Trad, arr Beethoven Three Irish Songs: with Felicity Lott , Ann Murray
7.09 Bax In the Faery Hills Ulster Orchestra/Thomson
7.30 am News
7.35 Stanford Irish
Rhapsody No 1 in D minor Ulster Orchestra/Handley
7.49 Field Two Nocturnes: No 11 in E flat; No 12 in G John O'Conor (piano)
7.57 Herbert Pensée amoureuse: Lynn Harrell (cello); Academy of St Martin/Marriner
8.02 Harty With the Wild Geese: Ulster Orchestra/ Bryden Thomson. Records
Elgar A Severn Suite
John Foster Black Dyke Mills Band/Peter Parkes
9.52 Gurney Severn
Meadows; Song of Silence; Thy Voice: Brian Rayner Cook (baritone)
Nigel Clayton (piano)
Rhapsody: A Shropshire Lad. BBC Concert
10.12 Gurney Lament in Memoriam
String Quartet No
(In Gloucestershire) kDivertimenti
10.48 Gurney The Mill Pond; Adlestrop; The I Bridge; Sowing
11.00 Hoist Wind
Quintet in A flat, Op 14 Vega Wind Quintet
11.15 Gurney At the Jolly Blue Boar
11.20 Elgar Symphonic study: Falstaff, Op 68
Piano music by Nikolay Medtner (1880-1951)to commemorate the 40th anniversary of his death, played by the English pianist Edna lies.
Medtner Canzona serenata, Op 38 No 6; Fairy-Tale,Op9No3; Danzajubilosa, Op 40 No4; ThreeHymns in Praise of Toil, Op 49
3.10 Edna lies talks to
Geoffrey Norris about her association with Medtner.
3.20 Medtner Sonata romantica, Op 53 No 1 Producer Adam Gatehouse
American jazz piarust Art Tatum died in 1956. In the first of six programmes,
Alun Morgan looks at Tatum's early years in Ohio and in New York where he went to work with the singer Adelaide Hall.
As the exhibition The Portrait in British Art opens at the National
Portrait Gallery in London, John Spurling discusses the tradition of portraiture and its contemporary role with artists Allen Jones , Jock McFadyen and Humphrey Ocean. Producer Judith Bumpus
Grace Nichols 's first published collection of poems tells the story of a young African woman uprooted from her homeland and transported to slavery in the Caribbean.
Music Dominique Legendre Director Frances-Anne Solomon
BBC Welsh Chamber Choir
Janet Coxwell (soprano) Philip Salmon (tenor)
Stephen Alder (baritone) Thomas Trotter (organ) conductor John Hugh Thomas Mathias Royal Wedding Anthem
Purcell Jehova , quam multi sunt hostes
Purcell, arr Sandstrom Hear My Prayer, 0 Lord
Sandstrom En ny him mel och en ny Lord
Bruckner Ave Maria ; Totapulchraes
Anthem: Amo ergo sum
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