Indian Views of E M Forster
Andrew Lyle with music, news, weather and arts news, including at approximately
7.00 Stravinsky Scherzo fantastique New York PO/ Pierre Boulez
Divertimento in Eflat (K166)
Netherlands Wind Ensemble/Edo de Waart
Marcelle Meyer and The Composer (pianos)
Symphony No 76 in Eflat Hanover Band/
Roy Goodman. Discs
The Mighty Handful presented by Roderick Swanston.
2: National Themes.
Rimsky-Korsakov Sinfonietta in A minor USSR Academic SO/ Yevgeny Svetlanov Musorgsky
On the Southern Coast of Crimea
Victoria Postnikova (piano) Cui
Suite: In modo populari Hong Kong PO/
Kenneth Schermerhorn Discs
featuring Russian sacred music performed last month by the Roussland
Male Voice Choir, director Alexander Govorov , on their visit to Manchester, which is twinned with their native city, St Petersburg. Also, at approximately
USSR National Orchestra/ Yevgeny Svetlanov
Musorgsky Dawn on the Moscow River (Khovanshchina)
10.27 Artist of the Week: Murray Perahia (piano) Mendelssohn Piano Sonata in E, Op 6
Symphonic Study: Falstaff Halle Orchestra/ John Barbirolli
Peter Donohoe (piano) Brahms
Piano Concerto No 1 in D minor
Symphony No 5
Paul Hindmarsh presents the fourth of eight concerts. John Foster Black Dyke Mills Band conductor James Watson Eric Ball Festival Music
Hellnoise (BBC commission - first performance) Goffin
My Strength, My Tower Bantock
Mi-Kyung Lee (violin) Philip Moll (piano)
Prokofiev Sonata for solo violin, Op Debussy
Violin Sonata in G minor
Alyn Shipton presents a six-part tribute to the American trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie , who died in January.
3: The First Big Bands With arrangers and composers like
Tad Dameron and Gil Fuller and musicians like John Lewis , Milt Jackson and Kenny Clarke , Dizzy found it easier to achieve artistic than financial success. Then there was
Afro-Cuban music with conga drummer Chano Pozo.
Producer Derek Drescher
Music, news and arts events from Birmingham with Andrew Green , whose guest is the pianist Kathryn Stott.
Producer Jeremy Hayes
(The Magnificent Cuckold) Berthold Goldschmidt 's operatic tragicomedy, which was banned by the Nazis, performed for the first time in 60 years to mark the composer's 90th birthday. Stella loves her husband, Bruno, and is completely faithful. But that's not good enough for Bruno: he'd rather believe she is making a cuckold of him.
Berlin Radio Chorus
Berlin RSO/Lothar Zagrosek
8.05 During the interval, the composer talks about the opera to Bernard Keeffe.
8.10 Acts 2 and 3
Franz Josef Kapellmann
The third of six
Graham Greene travel sketches.
The writer is bemused by the differences between
Oslo and Stockholm.
Reader David Horovitch.
Peter Cropper and Ronald Birks (violins)
Robin Ireland (viola)
Bernard Gregor-Smith (cello) Haydn String Quartet in Eflat, Op 20 No 1
Geoff Poole String
Quartet No 2 (first UK broadcast)
A sequence of Sephardic romances performed by Esther Lamandier (voice and medieval harp). Disc
Robert Hewison talks to black American writer
John Edgar Wideman.
Plus music from double bass virtuoso Gary Carr. Producer Noah Richler
Overture: Polyeucte Symphony in C
BBC Philharmonic/ Yan Pascal Tortelier