with Andrew McGregor.
Study No 1 in C on an etude by Chopin
7.08 Hoist St Paul 's Suite
7.32 Handel Handbook:
Sonata in C minor, Op 1 No 8
Trumpet Concerto in D minor
Three Heine settings
Piano Concerto No 1 in F sharp minor Discs
Introduced by David Lindley. Forlorne Hope Fancy Elizabeth Kenny (lute) Sorrow, sorrow stay Consort of Musicke
Flow not so fast ye fountains Consort of Musicke
Come heavy sleep The Lute Group
Musicians of the Globe
Go Nightly Cares
Catherine King (soprano) Musicians of the Globe
Thou mighty God
Consort of Musicke
In darkness let me dwell
Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor) Elizabeth Kenny (lute)
from Belfast with Stephanie Hughes.
Berwald Overture: The
Queen of Golconda
Concerto grosso in C (Alexander's Feast)
10.20 Nielsen Rute Concerto
10.40 Artist of the Week:
Bernadette Greevy (mezzo) Bach
Cantata No 42: Wo zwei and drei versammlet sind
Andante and Variations in B flat, Op posth.
Festival of the Bayaderes
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
with Susan Sharpe.
1.00 St David 's Hall Lunchtime Recital
Presented by Nicola Heywood-Thomas . Lowri Blake (cello)
Iwan Llewellyn Jones (piano) Martlnu Variations on a Slovak Theme
Kodaly Sonata, Op 4 Lutoslaswki Grave
(Metamorphoses); Sacher Variations
Martinu Variations on a Theme of Rossini
The Song Tree: Music Course 1 - Melody
Muddle's Music Machine
2.15 Together Stories 2.30 Dance Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
3.00 Mining the Archive In the first of two programmes, Susan Sharpe talks to Christopher Page about the aims and achievements of the pioneering early music ensemble Musica Reservata , whose director,
Michael Morrow , died last spring. The chosen selection of recordings and broadcasts from the 1960s include songs and dances from the Burgundian court and the Spanish Renaissance and part of a concert of 14th-century Italian music given at the Purcell Room. Producer Susan Kenyon
4.20 Turns of the Century An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers. Robert Cushman celebrates
4.30 Songs of South East Asia
John Thomley introduces instrumental music that derives from the early kingdoms of South East Asia.
Tommy Pearson explores an instrument particularly associated with Olivier Messiaen
- the ondes martenot - and talks to virtuoso player Cynthia Millar.
with Richard Baker.
Bach Chorale Prelude:
Wachet Auf! (BWV 645)
6.03 Chopin Variations in B flat on "La ci darem la mano", Op 2
6.30 Weber Clarinet
Concerto No 2 in E flat Producer Ray Abbott
from St John 's,
Smith Square. The BBC Singers launched their 70th anniversary season last September. This first of four programmes continuing the celebrations includes the premiere of a piece commissioned for the group's anniversary.
Bernard Robertson (organ continuo) conductor Bo Holten
Purcell I was glad; Lord, how long wilt thou be angry? (Z25)
Purcell, arr Sandstrom Hear my prayer, 0 Lord (115) James MacMillan Mairi
(BBC commission, first performance)
Carver Gaude flore virginali
8.10 Singers Talking.... In the first of four programmes,
Anthony Burton talks to past and present members of the BBC Singers about conductors they have encountered.
8.30 Purcell Jehova , quam multi sunt hostes
Tippett The weeping babe James MacMillan Main
(repeat performance) Carver 0 bone
Jesu Next programme Thursday
Five programmes taking a fresh look at the elements of building. 5: The Door
For details see Monday A Just Radio programme
A complete performance of Cornelius Cardew 's The
Great Learning for a large number of trained and untrained musicians. In seven Paragraphs, based on a text by Confucius, this performance was given last summer in Sheffield by participants on the Contemporary Music Making for Amateurs summer course. Sarah Walker talks to those involved, including colleagues of Cardew from the late sixties - Michael
Parsons and John Tilbury - and introduces extended sections of Paragraphs 2, 3 and 7. 11.30 Robert Ziegler presents a work by one of the "highly-trained elite" whose "monolopy of the avant-garde" Cardew was working to break - Karlheinz Stockhausen 's Mixtur. The
BBC Symphony Orchestra are conducted by Peter Eotvos with the composer as sound projectionist. Producer Alan Hall
Lyricist Don Black talks to Leslie Bricusse ,
Trevor Nunn and Michael Blakemore
about their experiences as villains of the piece: the directors.