With Fiona Talkington.
JC Bach Harp Concerto in G
Susanna Klincharova , Sofia Soloists, director Emil Tabakov
6.45 Martinu Sextet
Jan Panenka (piano), Prague Wind Quintet
7.00 Telemann Flute Concerto in E minor
Franz Vester , Amsterdam Chamber Orchestra, conductor Andre Rieu
7.35 Roussel Symphony No 4
Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Marek Janowski
8.00 Falla Pièces Espagnoles Alicia de Laroccha (piano)
8.40 Respighl Ballade of the Gnomes
Philharmonia, conductor Geoffrey Simon
Stephanie Hughes presents some of the best music from festivals and concerts across Europe, including Schiitz motets from the Flanders Festival and Garrick Ohlsson playing Chopin in Poland. Plus a review of the arts news from the Sunday papers with Cathy Packe. Music includes:
9.10 Haydn Piano Sonata in E flat, H XVI 49 Mihaela Ursuleasa
9.35 Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 2, Op 63 Hilary Hahn (violin), Bavarian RSO, conductor Franz Welser-Most
10.15 Beethoven String Quartet in B flat, Op 18 No 6 Borodin Quartet
11.15 Brahms Cello Sonata in E minor, Op 3SHeinrich Schiff (cello), Elisabeth Leonskaja (piano)
11.40 Sibelius Symphony No 7 Danish National RSO, conductor Michael Schonwandt
Producer Andrew Lyle
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Ivan Hewett sends Christopher Cook to investigate the extensive Peter Warlock archive housed at Eton College and profiles one of Britain's greatest ballerinas - Beryl Grey - as she approaches her 75th birthday.
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London. Presented by Fiona Talkington.
Lisa Milne (soprano), Philippa Davies (flute), Ian Brown (piano),
Marianne Thorsen (violin), Lawrence Power (viola), Paul Watkins (cello)
Messiaen Le Merle Noir
Ravel Chansons Madécasses
Faure Piano Quartet No 1 in C minor, Opl5
David Munrow. Stephen Johnson presents the first of two programmes featuring BBC archive recordings made by the early music pioneer and broadcaster, David Munrow. Today he reflects on Munrow as virtuoso recorder player, with music by Handel and Telemann. There is also archive material of Munrow's Early
Music Consort with excerpts from a studio portrait of the group in its first year.
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Today's music has a distinctly British flavour with a special tribute to the City of London in Peter Yorke 's London Town and Clive Richardson 's London Fantasia, featuring Mantovani and his Orchestra.
Don Juan is the work which put the name of Richard Strauss firmly on the musical map. Sarah Walker explores this remarkable piece of musical portrait-painting and asks, can we really take it seriously? Specially recorded musical examples are played by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales conducted by Peter Stark. See Thursday 2pm
The American video artist Bill Viola works in a modern genre which has developed as the technology has advanced. But his work is about humanity and owes much to the Italian Renaissance art he admires and to world cultures and religions. On the occasion of his largest work to date opening in Berlin, he talks to John Tusa about his work and its place in the modern world.
ByEduardode Filippo , adapted for radio by Peter Tinniswood. Twenty-five years after the end of the Second World War,
Sergeant Major Ascanio is living inside a monument in Naples, where his mistress Sabina and the busker Paganini entertain a motley crowd of rogues and street vendors. Then something occurs that threatens the circus of their everyday life.
Music by Anthea Gomez , performed by the Composer, David Gregory and Nigel Woodhouse Director Sue Wilson
Mendelssohn 's St Paul
Paul Guinery and Roger Nichols introduce a recording of Mendelssohn's first oratorio. Steeped in scripture from his boyhood, Mendelssohn tookthe events of the stoning of Stephen, Paul's conversion and his mission straight from the New
Testament. Throughout the work he was determined to be faithful to scripture and to adopt the high moral tone that his late father Abraham would have expected. Susan Gritton (soprano), Jean Rigby (mezzo), Barry Banks (tenor),
Peter Coleman-Wright (bass), BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Richard Hickox Mendelssohn St Paul
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present eclectic sounds on CD and investigate
SuperCollider, a computer language which generates music, including one piece by Jem Finerwhich lasts 1,000 years.
With Jonathan Swain.
Verdelot Sint Dicte Grates Christo
12.10 Durante Concerto No 3 in E flat
12.20 Prokofiev Four Etudes, Op 2
12.30 Milo Cipra Symphony No 2
1.00 Bo Holten and Stephen Cleobury conduct the BBC Singers in performances of choral music, including works by Desprez and Constanzo Festa.
2.10 Dvorak Violin Sonatina in G, Op 100
2.30 Suk Serenade in E flat for strings. Op 6
2.55 Schubert Moments Musicaux, D780
3.20 Kuhnau Biblical Sonata No 5
(Gideon, the Saviour of Israel)
3.30 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4 in G, BWV10493.45 Mozart Violin Concerto No 1 in B flat, K20 74.15 Milton Bames Papageno Variations 4.30 Brahms
Variations on a theme by Haydn, Op 56a (St Anthony) 4.50 Biber Sonata XII
5.00 G Gabriell Canzon Primi Toni a 8 (Sacrae Symphoniae) 5.05 Vivaldi
Concerto da Camera in G minor, RV105
5.20 Mozart, compl Staedler Violin Sonata in C, K403
5.35 Nielsen Little Suite for strings, Op 1
5.50 D Scarlatti Sonata in G, Kk.104