Europe and a Changing World: States of Mind
The last of four programmes of music by Byrd, Monteverdi and their contemporaries.
Byrd Browning a 5 Fretwork
The Second Pavan and Galliard
Davitt Moroney (harpsichord)
Robinson The Spanish Pavan
Christopher Wilson (lute) Holbome The Night Watch;
Almaine Dowland Consort , director Jakob Lindberg
7.20 First Vespers of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin as it might have been celebrated in St
Mark's, Venice in 1643, with vocal music by Monteverdi, Grandi,
Rlgattl, Flnetti and Cavalll, and instrumental music by Giovanni Gabriel ),
Banchleri and Marini.
Gabrieli Consort and Players, director Paul McCreesh
Timothy Roberts (organ)
9.15 Artist of the Week:
Janet Baker (mezzo)
Trad Bushes and Briars
9.18 Butterworth Two
9.30 C P E Bach
Symphony in B minor (Wq 182 No 5)
9.42 Harris Faire is the Heaven
9.48 Britten Matinées
10.02 Purcell Dido and Aeneas (excerpts)
Two Czech Dances:
Queen Mab Scherzo (Romeo and Juliet)
10.29 Composer of the Week preview:
Siciliano (Cantata Pastorale)
Violin Concerto in E minor
11.06 Harris Bring Us, 0 Lord God
11.12 Schubert Scherzo
11.17 Francaix Scherzo (Octet)
11.22 Composer of the Week preview:
Sonatas: in E (Kk531); in A (Kk322)
11.30 Gllere Suite:
The Red Poppy
The Woodwind of Parts
The flautist Paul Taffanel and the oboist
Georges Gillet created the modern
French woodwind style through their teaching at the Paris Conservatoire.
Robert Philip introduces recordings of some of their pupils, including the flautist Marcel Moyse and the oboist Marcel Tabuteau , together with other Parisian woodwind players of their generation.
The last of five programmes. Sit and Eat. The theme for the final programme is feast and famine, ranging from The Banquet to The Kwashiorkor Babies.
Readers Leo Aylen , Linda Bassett , John Guerrasio , Jonathan Hyde ,
Lesley Manville and Lesley Sharp.
6 in F (Pastoral)
Interval reading: Beethoven
Remembered by Louis Spohr. Symphony No 5 in C minor
Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor
The fifth of seven programmes in a complete cycle performed by the Borodin Quartet.
String Quartets: No 6 in G, Op 101; No 7 in F sharp minor, Op
3.42 Brett Usher reads another selection of extracts from Testimony, the memoirs of Shostakovich.
3.47 String Quartet No 8 in C minor, Op
conductor Howard Williams
Neil Mackie (tenor) Geoffrey King
Man Dancing (BBC commission - first performance)
Tippett Symphony No 2
(piano) plays late Schubert Four Impromptus (D935) Piano Sonata in B flat
director Gwyn Pritchard Nancy Ruffer (flute) Lorna Osbon (violin)
Katie Wilkinson (viola) Jane Salmon (cello)
Sioned Williams (harp)
Roussel Serenade , Op 30 Julian Dale Concerto for flute, violin, viola, cello and harp
J C Bach, arr Watkins
Sinfonia Concertante in G for harp and string trio
A gala concert of operatic highlights from St David's Hall,
Cardiff, in aid of the Sir
Geraint Evans Scholarship Fund, in memory of the great Welsh baritone who died last year. Presented by Frank Lincoln.
A distinguished all-Welsh cast includes Margaret
Price, Della Jones , Dennis O'Neill , Bryn Terfel and Gwynne Howell.
Members of the Welsh
National Opera Chorus
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor John Pryce-Jones
8.35 Sir Geraint Evans
(1922-1992), in conversation about his life and career.
9.00 Part 2
(Given in association with Cardiff Bay Development Corporation and the Welsh College of Music and Dramal
by Athol Fugard, who talks to Christopher Venning about his life and work, and sets the background to his latest play.
At a small travelling fairground in the Eastern
Cape, an ex-soldier has an encounter with the African nightwatchman. with Leonie Hofmeyr. Dominic Letts.
Director Christopher Venning
Gideon Le Roux:
BBC Singers, conductor Nicholas Cleobury
Durufle Motets sur des themes gregoriens, Op 10 Poulenc Laudes de Saint
Antoine de Padoue
Mlgot Le petit evangeliaire
Poulenc Salve regina; Ave verum corpus; Exultate Deo