with Anthony Burton.
Weber Symphony No 1 in C C P E Bach Chamber
7.25 Handel Flute Sonata in D (HWV378)
Barthold Kuijken (flute)
Wieland Kuijken (viola da gamba)
Robert Kohnen (harpsichord)
7.33 Jolivet Concertino for Trumpet, Piano and Strings
Sergei Nakariakov (trumpet) Alexander Marcovich (piano) Lausanne Chamber
7.45 Du Mont Litanies de la vierge
Les Talens Lyriques, director Christophe Rousset
8.00 Schubert Rondo in A
Gidon Kremer (violin)
Chamber Orchestra of Europe
8.17 Korngold Piano
Sonata No 1 in D minor
Nona Prunyi (piano)
8.33 Gershwin Catfish Row
(Suite: Porgy and Bess)
Chicago SO/James Levine
9.00 Building a Ubrary
Stravinsky The Soldier's Tale by Michael Oliver.
Anthony Burton reports on this year's Gramophone awards. Jan Smaczny on Teldec's new Schubert cycle from Harnoncourt and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
10.20 Record Release
Schubert Symphony No 9 in C (Great)
11.20 Reissues Lyndon
Jenkins has been listening to the first releases by the Testament label, including Schnabel playing the Beethoven Piano Concertos.
11.40 Beethoven Clarinet Trio in B flat, Op 11 Reginald Kell (clarinet) Anthony Pini (cello)
Denis Matthews (piano)
Producers Clive Portbury and Patrick Lambert Discs
George Pratt looks at early music in education.
With Catherine Mackintosh ,
John Holloway and Roy Goodman , with music from the Royal College of Music Baroque Orchestra, the Palladian Ensemble and the European Community Baroque Orchestra.
Presented by Philip French. This week, Bertrand Russell on Beatrice and Sidney Webb.
conductor Ronald Corp Vaughan Williams Five Variants of "Dives and Lazarus"
Eric Wetherell Bristol Quay Suite
Holst St Paul 's Suite
Greensleeves Nigel North and Jakob Lindberg (lutes)
Verdi Eh! Paggio!-
L 'onore! Ladri! (Falstaff) Geraint Evans (baritone) Suisse Romande
Orchestra/Bryan Balkwill Maurice Greene 0 Clap Your Hands Together Choir of New College,
Oxford/Edward Higginbottom Byrd Fantasia in 6 parts No
In the first of an eight-part series presenting all the madrigal books, Anthony Rooley introduces his selection from Monteverdi's First Book of Madrigals, published in 1587. Consort of Musicke Producer Graham Dixon
Reiner in Chicago
Series featuring recordings Fritz Reiner made as Music
Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Jonathan Swain presents a programme of 20th-century works, including rare live recordings from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra archives.
Kodaly Dances from Galanta
Bartok Concerto for Orchestra
Alan Hovhannes Symphony No 2 (Mysterious Mountain)
Prokofiev Symphony No 5 An independent production by David Papp
With Geoffrey Smith. Producer Tim Thome Discs
This week the new music magazine includes Hugh Macdonald and John Eliot
Gardiner on a newly discovered Berlioz Mass.
And the debate about the Performing Right Society continues. Presented by Ivan Hewett.
Bizet's four-act opera, after Prosper Merimee's novel about a Spanish woman who drives men insane with lust and jealousy, in a new production by Adolfo Marsillach at the Geneva Opera. Sung in French. (mezzo)(tenor)(bar)(sop)(bass)(bar) (sop) (sop) (tenor) (tenor)
Chorus of the Grand
Theatre, Geneva Suisse Romande
Orchestra/Gary Bertini Acts 1 and 2 8.00 Women in Spain Has the private and public emancipation of Spanish women changed their image? Isabel Soto talks to Professor Maria Lozano of Madrid University.
8.15 Acts 3 and 4
A scientific love story by Mike Ladd.
Varya always knows what is on Vyakov's mind - she is telepathic and knows he is in love with her even before he can tell her. But can love survive Stalin's purges?
Director David Hunter
Anthony Goldstone and Caroline Clemmow (pianos) Schumann Bilderaus Osten
(6 Impromptus), Op 66 Raff Sous k saule de levant, Op 82 No 11
Gliere Orientale, Op 38 No 17
Mayer Sangit Alamkara
Brian Morton reviews the latest batch of jazz releases, including one by Django Bates (keyboards and tenor horn) to whom he talks. He also introduces a set recorded in St
George's, Bristol, by a sextet led by Lewis Riley.