' Mendelssohn Trumpet
7.09 Schubert Impromptu in A flat, Op 90 No 4
Alfred Brendel (piano)
7.17 Puccini, ed Spada Prelude sinfonico
Monte Carlo Opera Orchestra/
7.35 Bernstein Three
Dance Episodes (On the Town): Israel PO/ Leonard Bernstein
7.45 Joplin, arr Perlman Magnetic Rag
Itzhak Perlman (violin) Andre Previn (piano)
7.50 Schubert Symphony
No 4 in C minor (Tragic) Berlin PO/
Daniel Barenboim. Records
5: Der Einsame
Sea Drift (Mono: 1954) i Bruce Boyce (baritone)
BBC Chorus; RPO/Beecham An Arabesque (Mono: 195S) Einar Norby (baritone)
Royal Philharmonic Chorus; RPO/Beecham A Mass of Life: Part 2
Nos 5 and 6 (The Song of Rapture; The Paean to Joy) Heather Harper (sop) Helen Watts (alto) Robert Tear (tenor)
Benjamin Luxon (bar) London Philharmonic
Charles Groves. Records
Two Schubert overtures conducted by Wolfgang I Sawallisch , Bach's
Concerto in F (BWV 971) and Liszt's Paganini Studies played on the piano by Ju Hee Suh.
Plus studies for violin by Paganini played by Shlomo Mintz , Berlioz's Harold in Italy conducted by Colin Davis and three I rarely heard Haydn arias i sung by Teresa Berganza. I Producer Jeremy Hayes
Margaret Fingerhut (piano)
Schumann Overture: Manfred, Op 115
Concerto No 2 in D minor
Kodaly Summer Evening
live from Studio 7.
Raphael Wallfisch (cello) Peter Wallfisch (piano) Frank Bridge
Mazurka (1903) (first performance) Debussy Cello Sonata
Bloch, arr Gabor Rejto Suite for cello and piano
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conductor Leo Brouwer
Julian Bream (guitar) Rossini String Sonata No 1 in G
Henze Derjunge Torless (Fantasia for strings)
Leo Brouwer Concerto elegiaco for guitar and orchestra (R)
Gybrgy Pauk (violin) Janos Sebestyen (harpsichord)
Sonatas: in E (BWV 1016); in G (BWV 1019) (R)
A commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the death of the music scholar Donald Francis
Tovey. From 1937: Music and the Ordinary Listener: Tovey talks, sings and plays, demonstrating counterpoint and harmony. Tovey Piano Quintet in C Gabrieli String Quartet Peter Wallfisch (piano)
Rosza Violin Concerto
Dallas SO/Walter Hendl
In this fifth of six programmes, Mel Hill looks at the work of pianist and band leader Stan Kenton.
From The Peanut Vendor and Artistry in Rhythm to City of Glass, Kenton relentlessly concentrated on his own controversial path of musical progress.
Opus Ultimatum with David Owen Norris
Eskimos used complex weapons to obtain food, but Tasmanians managed with just a few spears. Colin Tudge talks to anthropologist Robin Torrence about her work on tools and how it has changed her view of progress in human societies.
Producer Deborah Cohen (R)
leader Andrew Orton conductor
Neil Jenkins (tenor)
BBC Symphony Chorus with members of the BBC Opera Chorus chorusmaster
Ravel Suite: Mother
Sibelius Symphony No 7 Szymanowski Harnasie (Presented by the South Bank Centre)
In Shakespeare's time, Hamlet's castle was a great musical centre. The King of Denmark,
Christian IV, invited the English lutenist Dowland to his court, and sent Danish musicians to study in Italy.
Music by Dowland and Pedersen.
Rogers Covey-Crump (ten) Dowland Consort
Consort of Musicke. Records
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
A radio version by the author, based on his original stage play, marks the beginning of Radio Drama's
Tom Stoppard Season.
Music by Marc Wilkinson Director John Tydeman (R)
Dvorak Mazurek in E minor; Slavonic Dance in D flat, Op 72 No 4;
Leave Me Alone, Op 82 No 1 (Mono); Cello Concerto in B minor