Sir Thomas Beecham
Schubert Symphony in B flat: RPO
7.35 Sibelius Symphonic poem: Tapiola: RPO
7.52 Faure Pavane
7.58 Bizet Symphony in C French National Radio
'Africa' Fantaisie, Op 89 Jean-Philippe Collard (piano); RPO/Previn
Etudes for the left hand, Op 135 Nos 1-4
Michel Beroff (piano) Improvisation: Samson and Delilah
Saint-Saens (piano-roll) Paris Concerto No 5 in F, Op 103:
Jean-Philippe Collard ; RPO/Previn. Records
Judy Kaye (sop), William Sharp (bar) and Steven Blier (piano) perform songs by Gershwin, interspersed with: 9.39 Schubert Quartet in A minor (D 804)
Alban Berg Quartet
10.15 Beethoven Piano Sonata in E flat, Op 31 No 3: Richard Goode
10.42 Stravinsky Concerto in D
Guildhall String Ensemble
Schumann Toccata , Op 7: Francois-Rene Duchable (piano)
11. 12 Mozart Gran Partita (Serenade in B flat) (K 361) Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. Records Producer Christopher Marshall
Alexander Baillie (cello) Tchaikovsky Rococo Variations
Beethoven Symphony No
live from Studio 7.
Lindsay String Quartet Peter Franki (piano)
Dvorak Romance from Quartet, Op 9
Brahms Piano Quintet,
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with James Naughtie. Including an interview with the Arts Minister
Gerard Souzay , the French baritone, sings Lully, Gounod, Faure, Brahms, Wolf and Debussy, accompanied by Dalton Baldwin.
3.15-3.24 In 1966, a few years after these recordings, Souzay talked to John Amis about Poulenc, Pierre Bernac , operatic roles and his early recordings. Producer Alan Hall. Mono (R)
Mozart Oboe Quartet in F
Britten Phantasy, Op 2 Colin Matthews Oboe
Quartet No 2
Dohnanyi Serenade in C for string trio, Op 10
with Michael Berkeley Producer Anthony Sellors
In the third of eight programmes on the American trumpeter Miles Davis , Ian Carr looks at the relationship between Davis and the saxophonist
John Coltrane , which lasted from 1955 to 1960.
Together they worked in a sextet with saxophonist Cannonball Adderley and drummer Philly Joe Jones.
Dr Alan Borg , Director of London's Imperial War Museum, discusses the exhibition Chagall to
Kitaj: Jewish Experience in 20th Century Art, with Professor Avram Kampf of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and artist Glenn Sujo.
Producer Judith Bumpus
60th Anniversary Season conductor Lothar Zagrosek live from the Royal i Festival Hall, London. ] Schoenberg
Accompaniment to a Film Scene
Jonathan Harvey Cello Concerto (world premiere) with Frances-Marie Uitti Busoni Sarabande and Cortege (Two Studies for 'Doktor Faust')
8.25 Through Leaves and Fragmented Light Jon Silkin , who celebrates his 60th birthday this month, introduces and reads a selection of new, unpublished poems. Producer Fiona McLean
Symphony No 7 in A
Evening in a 16th-century Italian palace. The servants have gone to bed and Pietro, his wife Emilia and a friend,
Gaspare, settle down to discuss the ideal of the perfect courtier.
Michelene Wandor's new play explores power, sex and politics in Renaissance Italy.
Music arranged by Philip Thorby and played by Musica Antiqua of London. Director Piers Plowright
Bartok Suite, Op 4b
Ravel Rapsodie espagnole Richard McMahon and Martin Jones (pianos)
Norman Rodway reads a third short story by Machado de Assis.
Pestana's polkas are instant hits, but he longs to compose a contemporary classic. Translator Dr John Gledson Producer Judith Bumpus
(Fourth story Tuesday 11. 10pm)
Overture; A Song for the Lord Mayor's Table; All This Time; What Cheer; The Twelve;
Improvisations on an Impromptu of Britten
As broadcast this morning on R5 Plus at 2.30-3.10 iEnrollate! (2-3)