Granados Escenas romanticas
Thomas Rajna (piano)
7.35 Anon Per tropo fede Esther Lamandier
(voice and harp)
7.39 C P E Bach
Concerto in E (Wq 14)
8.03 Janacek Rhapsody (Taras Bulba): Czech PO/ Vaclav Neumann. Records
Delibes and Massenet
Felicity Lott (soprano) Graham Johnson (piano)
Bell Song (Lakme, Act 2) Joan Sutherland (soprano) Orchestra of the ROH, Convent Garden/ Molinari-Pradelli
Massenet Ballet: Cigale Enid Hartle (mezzo)
National PO/Bonynge Records
Bax Morning Song (Maytime in Sussex)
Margaret Fingerhut (piano) LPO/Bryden Thomson
9.43 Mozart Finale
(Le nozze di Figaro)
(Mono: 1934): Soloists Glyndebourne Festival Orchestra/Fritz Busch
9.49 Elgar String Quartet Mistry String Quartet
10.15 Debussy Reflets dans I'eau
Ivan Moravec (piano)
10.20 Bridge Suite-. The Sea
10.40 Haydn Komm, holder Lenz! (The Seasons) Brighton Festival Chorus RPO/Antal Dorati
10.43 Ireland Legend Eric Parkin (piano)
10.56 Gershwin Finale, Act 1 (Porgy and Bess) Soloists; LPO/Rattle
11.02 Bax Piano Quintet David Owen Norris (piano) Mistry String Quartet Producer David Gallagher
leader Geoffrey Trabichoff conductor Bruno Weil
Janina Fialkowska (piano) Beethoven Overture:
King Stephen Brahms Piano Concerto
Schubert Quartet in B flat (D 112)
Prokofiev Quartet No 2
Michael Oliver follows in the footsteps of Gustav Holst 'in search of new tunes'.
Producer Edward Blakeman
at the Aberdeen
International Youth Festival.
The University of Texas Jazz Orchestra play their own compositions and arrangements, introduced by their directors Rick Lawn and Jeff Hellmer.
Rogers Covey-Crump (ten) Michael George (baritone) Purcell Quartet
Elizabeth Wallfisch (violin) Richard Boothby (cello/bass viol) Robert Woolley
(harpsichord/organ) with Risa Browder
A concert of trio sonatas and suites, pavans and grounds, songs and dialogues from the pen of the English Orpheus. (R)
Presented by Fiona Talkington
Producer Michael Emery
Francis Wilford-Smith presents the first of a series of five programmes, each looking in depth at the work of a blues pianist. He begins with Cow Cow Davenport who was born in Alabama in 1894 and, after playing for rent parties, honkytonks and vaudeville, became a house pianist for two record companies. He accompanied singers like Ivy Smith and Lucille Brogan , as well as recording solo pieces, including his own 'Cow Cow Blues'.
As a retrospective of large-scale colour photographs by the American artist Cindy Sherman opens in the Saatchi Collection,
London, David Brittain talks to her about the many guises she assumes in her work.
Producer Judith Bumpus
live from Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester.
Laura de Fusco (piano) BBCPO conductor En
Shao David Matthews
Symphony No 3
Concerto No 2 in D minor
8.20 Robert Layton reports on the recent Sibelius International
Congress in Helsinki.
8.40 Sibelius Symphony No 5 in E flat
Singer Cleo Laine , pianist Stan Tracey , and reed player Bob Wilbur talk to Mel Hill about the influences on their singing and playing and how they found their own 'voice'.
Producer Piers Plowright
Bartok String Quartets Nos 3 and 6 (R)
Brian Rayner Cook (baritone)
Roger Vignoles (piano) Schubert songs that imitate the wind in the forest, a quail, a cricket, whining dogs, ravens' wings, alpine echoes, mooing cows and a gallop through the storm. Im Walde (D 708) Der Wachtelschlag Der Einsame
Abschied (D 475)
Das Heimweh (D 851) Auf der Bruck (R)
Duo for violin and cello Gopher Hunting
Concerto for Orchestra
As broadcast this morning on R5