Weber Flute Sonata in D minor, Op 10 No 3
Aurele Nicolet (flute) Bruno Canino (piano)
From Death to Life
7.22 Julius Benedict
The Gypsy and the Bird
Joan Sutherland (soprano) LSO/Richard Bonynge
Grand Waltz (Queen of Sheba)
7.40 Gounod, arr Liszt Les Sabeennes (Queen of Sheba)
Malcolm Binns (piano)
7.45 Goldmark Ballet
Music (Queen of Sheba) Hungarian State Opera
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Solomon) St Paul CO/
Suite: Belkis, Queen of Sheba: Philharmonia
Orchestra/Geoffrey Simon Producer Andrew Mussett
Thomas Sanderling Rivka Golani (viola) Mahler Symphonic Prelude (1876)
Berlioz Harold in Italy
with Richard Osborne.
Building a Library:
Beethoven's Violin Sonata in A, Op 47(Kreutzer) by Lionel Salter.
Julian Budden reviews
Pearl's Covent Garden on Record 1870-1939.
10.40 Record Release
Excerpts from the CD reissue of EMI's A Record of Singing
Symphony No 35 in D (K 385) (Haffner)
Berlin PO/Claudio Abbado
11.12 Jonathan Dove
Glyndebourne Serenade: Figures in the Garden
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/ The Composer
Mass in E flat, Op 109 Netherlands Chamber
Septet in E flat. Op 20 Gaudier Ensemble
12.36 More historic voices from A Record of Singing
Producers Nick Morgan and Clive Portbury
(Record Review is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)
Scientists and mathematicians reveal how a favourite fact about the universe has for ever changed their view of it.
Margaret Boden , Professor of Philosophy and Psychology, talks about her childhood fascination with Hysterical Paralysis. Producer Matt Thompson
Arranged, prearranged and rearranged
Bach Flute Sonata in A
Albinoni Trio Sonata in Bflat, Op 1 No 12
Bach Double Concerto in C minor (BMV1060) The Bach Ensemble/ Joshua Rifkin
conductorjiri Belohlavek Heinrich Schiff (cello)
Lubos Fiser Apocalypse after
Durer Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor, Op 104
2.30 Interval Reading
Symphony No 5 in E minor, Op 64
Sonata No 1 in F sharp minor
(Sonata No 2 tomorrow at 12.20pm)
A 20th-century Voice In the third of four programmes, Brian Kay talks to the counter-tenor about his work within the rich Baroque repertoire, with music by Purcell, Handel and Bach and comment from Robert
Sir Charles Mackerras and Michael Chance.
with Geoffrey Smith. Producer Ray Abbott
with Christopher Cook. Reviews: The world premiere of John Buller 's opera BAKXAI at the Coliseum, Moliere's Le
Bourgeois Gentilhomme at the National Theatre, and, as part of the Brighton
Festival, Michael Clark 's new work, Rite Now.
Opinions: Kate McLusky , Stephen Walsh.
Features: How obscene is obscenity in literature? And, theatrical revivals: old favourites against new masterpieces.
Producers Nick Ware and Tim Dee
Quartet No 3
Classicum Duetto in D
Rodney Slatford (double-bass); Kenneth Heath (cello) Records
Rossini's opera La Gazza Ladra in Opera North's new production, live from the Grand Theatre, Leeds. Sung in Jeremy Sams 's new English version. (sop)(tenor) (bass) (mezzo) (bass) (bass) (mezzo)
8.35pm Jeremy Sams talks about translations, theatre and The Thieving Magpie.
8.55 Act 2
"They sit side by side, the poacher and his mother, in the day room of the continuation ward, while the rattle, crash and bustle of hospital business passes them by." Henry Livings reads his own short story. Producer Gillian Hush
Yan Pascal Tortelier
Neues Vom Tage
Hoist Oriental Suite, Beni Mora
Beethoven Symphony No 8m F
Music for clarinet, cello and piano
Michael Riessler (clarinet) Wemer Taube (cello)
Yukiko Sugawara (piano)