Scheidt Battle Suite
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble
7.13* Rameau Seven Dances from Zoroastre
Eduard Melkus Ensemble directed by Eduard Melkus
7.27* W.F. Bach Sonata in G (F 7) (mono)
Nadia Tagrine (piano)
7.37* Couperin Le Parnasse (The Apotheosis of Corelli) Sigiswald Kuijken (baroque violin)
Locy Van Dael (baroque violin)
Wieland Kuijken (viola da gamba)
Robert Kohnen (harpsichord)
Philip Jones Brass
Viola da gamba player:
Britten Gemini Variations, Op 73
ZOLTAN JENEY (flute, piano)
GABRIEL JENEY (violin, piano)
8.20* Patrick Hadley The Hills FELICITY PALMER (Soprano) ROBERT TEAR (tenor) ROBERT LLOYD (bass)
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by PHILIP LEDGER gramophone records
Finzi and Moeran Moeran Overture for a Masque LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA conducted by SIR ADRIAN BOULT Moeran Stalham River The White Mountain ERIC PARKIN (piano)
Gerald Finzi Cantata: Dies natalis
WILFRED BROWN (tenor)
ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA conducted by CHRISTOPHER FINZI gramophone records
by PHILIP MARTIN
Gerhard Dances from Don Quixote
David Gow Variations on a theme of Roberto Gerhard (La Edad de Oro) (first broadcast performance) BBC Bristol
led by ARTHUR PRICE conducted by VILEM TAUSKY
A programme emphasising the work of living British composers.
William Alwyn Overture: Derby Day
George Butterworth The Banks of Green Willow
Elgar The Wand of Youth: Suite No 2
David Morgan Overture for a Festive Occasion
Adrian Cruft Meditation on the Passion Chorale
Vilem Tausky Suite: From our Village
ELENA OBRAZTSOVA (mezzo-soprano)
ALEXANDER YEROKHIN (pianO) in works by Tchaikovsky, Prokoflev and Rachmaninov.
(Hungarian Radio recording)
SIMON STANDAGE (violin) SIMON JOLY
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA led by BARRY HASKEY conducted by JÖRG FAERBER Part 1
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No
12.41' Violin Concerto in A minor (Bwv 1041)
A personal preview by DONALD PRICE of some of the plays and features on Radio 3 and Radio 4 in the week ahead.
Bach Violin Concerto in I (BWV 1042)
1.38* Hindemith Symphony: Mathis der Maler BBC Wales
Kenneth Sillito (violin)
Brendan O'Reilly (violin) Ian Jewel (viola)
Keith Harvey (ceHo) with HANNAH FRANCIS (soprano) KEITH PUDDY (clarinet) RONALD HARRIS (horn)
Gordon Crosse Studies for string quartet. Set 1; Corpus Christi Carol (directed by the composer)
Janacek Quartet No 2
Sonata in F sharp minor (D 570) (completed by Tirimo) Sonata in A minor (D 537)
Part of a recital given by Zsigmond Szathmary at last year's Royan International Festival of Contemporary Art
Henryk-Mikolai Gorecki Cantata for organ (first broadcast in this country)
Klaus Huber Cantus cancricans
Francois Bousch Ondes cristallisees IV, for organ and tape (first broadcast in this country)
(French Radio recording)
Devils and Angels
Does the Devil have all the best tunes? Is angelic music always as saccharine as harpists suggest? The rival musical claims of the two kingdoms are balanced by Christopher Hogwood in today's programme: Angels by Biber. Ruggles and Wagner versus Devils by Tartini, Dvorak and Schubert. And why does the Devil always play the violin ... ? Record requests from the under-20s
LONDON STUDIO STRINGS conducted by ASHLEY LAWRENCE BBC NORTHERN IRELAND ORCHESTRA conducted by MARCUS DODS and HAVELOCK NELSON with artists on records
Leisure and Recreation
8.30 In Your Own Time
Things to Do - Places to Go
New, purposeful and perhaps profitable ways of enjoying your spare time.
Presented by PETER CLAYTON Producer INNA ASHE Editor GRAHAM TAYAR
7.0 Music In Principle
4: A Question of Timbre
BRUCE COLE discusses the sounds made by musical instruments and JOHN LEWIS talks about how electronics have widened the composer's choice of tone colours.
* direct from the Usher Hall. Edinburgh
Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano) Teresa Cahill (soprano)
SCOTTISH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA leader EDWIN PALING conducted by Gary Bertinl
Part 1 Webern Symphony for small orchestra. Op 21 Berg Lulu : suite
In this essay Edgar Allan Poe explains the details of how his most famous poem was written: why The Raven wasn't a parrot and why the end came first.
Prose reader DAVID BRIERLEY
Poetry reader DENYS HAWTHORN -
Part 2 Beethoven
Piano Concerto No 5 (Emperor) (Presented in association with Gulf Oil Corporation) BBC Scotland
The Basques are one of the most ancient, and yet least known, of the peoples of Europe. Their long-standing struggle for -autonomy was recognised by Madrid on New Year's day, after a campaign which had occasionally flared into violence.
Douglas Gilford , whose department at the University of St Andrews is one of the few where Basque History and Language are studied, examines the history of this people and discusses how their movement for autonomy compares with similar movements in Europe today.
(violin) and Peter Pettinger (piano)
Debussy Sonata in G minor Sandor Veress Sonata No 2
Bach Partita in E major, for unaccompanied violin
Priaulx Rainier at 75.
Jessye Norman talks to NATALIE WHEEN.
Introduced by John Amis Producer DENYS GUEROULT
BRUCE BOYCE (baritone) DOREL HANDMAN (piano) gramophone record