with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 CPE Bach Twelve
Variations on "La Folia"
7.14 Kabalevsky Violin Concerto
David Oistrakh (violin)
Russian National Orchestra/
7.38 Dellus Paris (The Song of a Great City)
Royal Liverpool PO/Charles Mackerras
8.05 Francaix Marche triomphale
Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (organ)
London Gabrieli Brass
Ensemble, conductor Christopher Larkin
8.20 Handel Cantata:
Emma Kirkby (soprano)
Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
8.45 Smetana Vltava (Ma Vlast)
Detroit SO/Neeme Jarvi Producer Andrew Lyle. Discs
Presented by Adrian Thomas.
(Halka, Act 1)
Warsaw State Opera Orchestra, conductor Zdzislaw Gorzynski
Wienlawskl Polonaise No
1 in D, Op 4
Konstanty Kulka (violin)
Jerzy Marchwinski (piano) Paderewskl Intermezzo
No 1; Legend No 1
Karol Radziwonowicz (piano) Karlowlcz Violin Concerto in A, Op
Konstanty Kulka (violin) Warsaw National
Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Witold Rowicki
Paderewski Burlesque; Intermezzo polacco;
Cracovienne fantastique (Humoresques de concert, Op 14, Bk 2)
Karol Radziwonowicz (piano) Producer Piers Burton-Page
with Piers Burton-Page , including the 450th anniversary of the birth of William Byrd , the first broadcast of a Spanish string quartet and at approximately
10.10 Artist of the Week:
Krystian Zimerman (piano) Brahms Piano Sonata in C,Opl
11.05 Elgar Symphony No 2 in E minor
BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Tadaaki Otaka
Guy Woolfenden continues his exploration of different settings of the story.
Act 2. The highwayman
Macheath faces prison, but that's a minor hitch compared with his woman trouble.
from St John 's, Smith Square, London. bntten Quartet
Britten String Quartet No 3 Janacek String Quartet No 2 (Intimate Letters)
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor
Jean-Bernard Pommier (piano)
Strauss Don Juan
Mozart Piano Concerto
No 27 in B flat (K595)
Beethoven Symphony No 7inA
played by Graham Barber in St Peter Mancroft , Norwich. Secular and sacred pieces from the Holy Ghost
Monastery tablature and the tablature of Johannes of Lublin as well as pieces with Polish connections by Sweelinck, Mendelssohn, Moniuszko and Freyer.
Brian Morton continues his six-part survey of jazz in Poland since 1955.
2: Krzysztof Komeda
This pioneering composer and pianist produced his most significant album, Astigmatic, in 1956. His work is discussed by Pawel Brodowski , editor of Jazz Forum, and trumpeter Tomasz Stanko.
with Andrew Green , including at approximately
5.15 Mendelssohn Allegro brillant in A for piano duet, Op 92
6.03 Vlerne Organ
Symphony No 1 (final mvt)
6.31 Saint-Saens Cello
Concerto No 1 in A minor
7.03 Flnzl The Phantom
(Earth and Air and Rain) Producer Andrew Mussett
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk Stephanie Gonley (violin) Overture: Egmont
Symphony No 2 in D
The Survival of Poetry
First of four nightly programmes.
On the Edge of Darkness
Donald Pirie talks about the poetry of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, from its ritual beginnings to its idyllic decline before 1795.
8.35 Beethoven Violin
Concerto in D
I First of this week's four readings by Simon McBurney.
In November 1942, the Polish writer and artist
Bruno Schulz was shot dead by the Gestapo. When his stories were published after the war, they revealed a lost world.
1: Cinnamon Shops
Series producer Michael Earley
Partita; Interlude; Chain 2 Gyorgy Pauk (violin)
BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Grant Llewellyn
The fourth of six programmes in which
Kathryn Stott (piano) plays the complete nocturnes.
No 14 in F sharp minor, Op 48 No 2; No 18 in E,
Op 62 No 2; No 9 in B, Op 32 No
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell
take a second look at the Polish scene.
Producer Philip Tagney
The Hilliard Ensemble perform sacred works from the Polish Renaissance, based around the music of Nicholas of Radom and including motets by Petrus of Grudencz, Felsztyna and Nicholas of Krakow.
Interspersed with lute music by lacobus Reis and Diomedes Cato played by Jacob Heringman.
Except in Scotland.
As broadcast 9.00-10.25am on R5