Andrew McGregor presents the second edition of Radio 3's programme of music, news, weather, and headlines from the arts world.
The Court of Frederick the Great
Frederick the Great
Svmphony in Gfor strings CPE Bach CO/Hartmut Haenchen
Carl Heinrich Graun
Cortese il cielo non pud donare (Cleopatra e
Cesare): Jochen Kowalski - (counter-tenor)
Berlin CO/Max Pommer CPE Bach Flute Sonata in A minor (Wq 128) Eckart Haupt (flute)
Siegfried Pank (viola da gamba)
Kimberger Fugue in D minor
Roland Munch (organ)
Christoph Schaffrath Oboe Sonata in D minor
Berlin Baroque Trio
Frederick the Great
Symphony in D CPE Bach CO/
Hartmut Haenchen Records
conductor Robert Houlihan
Martin Roscoe (piano)
Harty A Comedy Overture A John Field Suite
Arnold Fantasy on a theme of John Field
The fourth of six programmes from this year's festival, live from the Pittville Pump Room. Trio of London:
Elisabeth Perry (violin) Melissa Phelps (cello) Julian Jacobson (piano)
Arensky Piano Trio No 1 in D minor, Op 32
Nyman Goodbye Frankie, Goodbye Benny (first performance)
11.50 Prospects of Cheltenham
Christopher Bishop looks around the Edwardian town hall and the post-modem Regent
Arcade and talks to Judith Bumpus about the image of 20th-century
Cheltenham as a blend of Regency, modem and pastiche.
Piano Trio in F minor, Op 65
conductor Ian Hooker Felicity Lott (soprano)
Delius The Walk to the Paradise Garden (A Village Romeo and Juliet)
Falla Dances (The Three-Cornered Hat)
Howard Sonata No 1 in F minor
Salzedo Pardes Rimonim
Sonata No 1 in D minor, Op 28
conductor Charles Groves Elizabeth Layton (violin)
Catherine Edwards (piano) Schubert
Overture in C minor (D8) Mendelssohn
Concerto in D minor for violin, piano and strings
In the fourth of six programmes on the development of jazz in the Scandinavian countries,
John Surman concentrates on Norway. Among its best known musicians are
Jan Garbarek (tenor sax), Arild Anderson (bass),
Terje Rypdal (guitar) and vocalist Karin Krog.
Anthony Burton with his studio guest - Philip Pickett , director of the early music group, the New London Consort. Producer Ray Abbott
The Rustavi Choir from
Georgia, directed by Anzor Erkomaishvili , live from the Adrian Boult Hall of the Birmingham Conservatoire.
Music from the great tradition of "tabla songs", which combine the music of the Orthodox Church with music handed down through the families of all Georgia's regions.
Tonight's concert is an opportunity to hear music that was a major influence on Stravinsky sung by one of the world's best choirs.
(A BBC/South Bank Centre/Sounds Like Birmingham copromotion in association with BT)
Too Much of a Good
Written and directed for radio by Mike Leigh , this play about a driving instructor and his pupil falling in and out of love was recorded on location in London in 1979. The final Drama Now of the season is the premiere of the only original work for radio by one of Britain's leading playwrights and film-makers.
Producer Liane Aukin
The fifth programme from this year's festival.
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Kees Bakels
Rebecca Hirsch (violin) Tippett Concerto for Orchestra
Ruders Violin Concerto
No 2 (first UK performance)
10.40 Interval Reading
Concerto for Orchestra
Weber Marcia vivace for 10 trumpets and timpani; Clarinet Quintet in Bflat;
Symphony No 1 in C major