Access to Maths:
Paul Guinery introduces two hours of new releases.
Howells Concerto for String Orchestra Royal Liverpool
Suite No 4 in Eflat (BWV1010)
Anner Bylsma (cello)
Piano Concerto No 4
Kun Woo Paik (piano) Polish National
Caldara Crucifixus a 16 Andrea Gabrieli
De Profundis a 6 The Sixteen/
Symphony in C minor Concerto Koln
continues with Roderick Swanston.
Building a Library:
Mozart's Piano Trios by Richard Wigmore. Lionel Salter on new releases of Italian, French and Russian opera.
10.35 Record Release
Dialogues des Carmélites (excerpt) Soloists
Lyon Opera Chorus and Orchestra/Kent Nagano
10.58 Tchaikovsky The Queen of Spades (Act 3)
Vladimir Atlantov (tenor) Mirella Freni (soprano)
Sergei Leiferkus (baritone) Boston SO/Seiji Ozawa
11.42 Nicholas Anderson reviews the Collectio
Argentea, parting gift of Andreas Holschneider, retiring head of Archiv andDG.
Suite in E (Indissolubilis Amicitia)
Concentus Musicus, Vienna/
Producers Nick Morgan and Clive Portbury
(9.05-10.35 repeated Wednesday 2.00pm)
Barthold Kuijken (baroque flute)
Wieland Kuijken (viola da gamba)
Robert Kohnen (h'chord) Telemann Methodical
Suite in B minor for flute and continuo (1732)
F Couperin Suite in E minor for viola da gamba and continuo (1728)
Locatelli Sonata in Cfor flute and continuo, Op 2 No
CPE Bach Sonata in A minor (Wq 132)
Bach Trio Sonata in G
(from BWV 1027-1039)
Fantasy in C, Op 17 David Wilde (piano)
Richard Osbome presents a 12-part series documenting 150 years of music-making.
11: Leonard Bernstein
Bernstein Waltz ; Turkey Trot, Blues; March (Divertimento)
Mozart Piano Concerto
No 15 in Bflat (K450)
Mahler Symphony No 5 Records
with Geoffrey Smith. Producer Ray Abbott
Joe Farrell presents a book edition with reviews of two new anthologies of poetry - A Rage for Order: Poetry of the Northern
Ireland Troubles and The
Faber Book of Modern
European Poetry - and two new prose collections: Saul Bellow 's Something to
Remember Me By and Erich Fried 's Children and Fools.
Opinions: Susannah Clapp and Peter Porter. Producer Tim Dee
The last of two programmes. Fretwork
Nicholas Parle (organ)
William Lawes Consort
Sett in A minor
Jenkins Fantasies: No 16 in D,No 8 in C minor, No 6 in F
Lawes Consort Sett in G minor
Britten's three-act opera to a text by Eric Crozier freely adapted from a short story by Guy de Maupassant .
In the absence of any suitably chaste young lady in the village, Albert is elected King of the May by the worthies of Loxford. (sop) (mezzo) (sop) (bar) (tenor) (bar) (tenor) (mezzo) (mezzo)
Canadian Opera Company Orchestra/
David Lloyd-Jones Act
7.55 The Writing of Albert Herring
The librettist Eric Crozier recalls his collaboration with Britten on the opera.
8.05 Acts 2 and 3
The 18th-century artist William Hogarth was famously called "a good
Front" and "a Scheemist".
Dr Roy Porter , medical historian, and David Bindman ,
Duming Lawrence Professor of Art
History at University
College, London, meet on the great staircase of St
Bartholomew's Hospital to look at Hogarth's paintings representing The Pool of Bethesda and The Good
Samaritan, and discuss the role of hospitals as charitable foundations in 18th-century society and what these commissions contributed to Hogarth's reputation.
Producer Judith Bumpus
This tenor saxophonist from Louisiana brought his band to this country for the first time to play at the Birmingham Jazz Festival in July. Alyn Shipton introduces the recording of their concert in the Grand Hotel, and during the interval he talks to Jacquet about his long career, during which he worked for Count Basie, Cab Calloway and Lionel Hampton , as well as leading his own groups. The band's repertoire includes Basie's One
O'Clock Jump, Moten Swing and Hampton's Flying Home.