with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Beethoven Overture:
The Creatures of Prometheus
7.25 Sibelius Valse triste
7.32 Chopin Etude in F, Opl0No8
7.37 Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture: Romeo and Juliet
8.05 Rameau Hippolyte et Aricie (Orchestral music from Act 1)
8.25 Mozart Piano
Concerto No 22 in E flat
Introduced by Hugh Keyte. John Joubert Torches
Wither's Rocking Hymn Walton Make We Joy Now Allegri Singers, conductor David Lawrence
Presented by Adrian Thomas. Moniuszko Goral Dance
(Halka, Act 3)
Krystyna Makowska and Anna Weslowska (piano duet) Noskowski Concert
Overture: The Eye of the Sea
Polish National SO, conductor Witold Rowicki
Monluszko Halka 's Aria
(Act 2); Jontek's Dumka (Act 4) (Halka)
Halina Sloniowska (soprano) Bogdan Paprocki (tenor) Warsaw State Opera Orchestra, conductor
Karlowicz Episode during a Masquerade, Op 14
Warsaw National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Stanislaw Wislocki
Presented by Piers Burton -Page, including
10.10 Byrd Pavan and Galliard: Quadran
10.20 Artist of the Week:
Krystian Zimerman (piano) Brahms Piano Sonata No
2 in F sharp minor, Op 2
Symphony No 10 in E minor
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm)
Philip Dukes (viola)
Sophia Rahman (piano) Schumann Adagio and Allegro in A flat, Op 70 Henze Sonata for viola and piano
Rebecca Clarke Sonata in E minor for viola and piano
Bernard Rands conducts the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, including the first UK performances of Ceremonial II, his
Philadelphia Orchestra commission Ceremonial III and the Boston
Symphony commission Body and Shadow.
John Amis introduces recordings featuring Manoug Parikian , the violinist and former leader of the Philharmonia Orchestra who died in 1987. Faure Violin Sonata No 2 in E minor, Op with Malcolm Binns (piano) Mozart Trio in B flat
(K502) with Amaryllis Fleming
(cello) and Bernard Roberts (piano)
Busoni Violin Sonata No
2 in E minor, Op 36a with Hamish Milne (piano)
The second of two programmes presented by Ewa Piotrowska features the mazur, the kujawiak, a street song from Warsaw, wedding games from the White and Green Forests of Kurpie, the "devil's violin" and the Pudelko and Sowa
Family Bands of Rzeszow. Written and researched by Wlodek Lesiecki. Producer John Thomley
Richard Baker looks at the weekend ahead and introduces a selection of music, including at approximately
5.03 Berlioz March (The Trojans)
5.32 Schubert Violin
Sonatina in D (D384) Arthur Grumiaux (violin)
Riccardo Castagone (piano)
6.32 Handel, transcr Harty Suite: Water Music
Ulster Orchestra, conductor
7.03 Bartok Dance Suite
London Philharmonic, conductor Franz Welser-Most
Producer Ray Abbott
Lyn Davies is your guide to an evening in southern
Poland, beginning in the old capital, Cracow, once the jewel in Poland's cultural crown. Today the city lies in the shadow of industrial
Katowice and Nowa Huta. To the west lies Auschwitz, and to the south the beautiful Tatra mountains.
Here, in Zakopane, Szymanowski found inspiration, and Penderecki and Gorecki still have homes in the region. Highlights include:
7.40 Times Past
Renaissance and Baroque works by Jarzebski, Milwid and Mielczewski.
8.15 Times Present:
Cracow's Music Academy
Interviews and music from
Zbigniew Bujarski , Marek Stachowski and Boguslaw Schaeffer.
8.55 Blue Skies Special Roger Manser reports on the environmental impact of industrialisation on Cracow.
9.20 Radek Boschetty meets Henryk Gorecki and explores some of the influences that have found their way into his music.
10.00 The Road South:
A sample of traditional folk music: music by Mieczyslaw Karlowicz , whose Eternal Songs were inspired by the scenery here; a tour of Szymanowski's house and a performance of his Songs of the Infatuated Muezzin.
Readers Barry J Gordon ,
Colin Pinney and John Evitts. Producer Andrew Kurowski
The last of six programmes in which Kathryn Stott
(piano) plays the complete nocturnes.
No 8 in D flat, Op 27 No 2; No 16 in E flat, Op 55 No 2; No 17 in B, Op 62 No 1
In the second of two editions for the Polish Season, Sarah Walker presents Zygmunt Krauze 's response to the declaration of martial law in December 1981, Tableau Vivant , Wojceich Kilar 's near-anarchic symphonic poem Krzesany; and Bohuslaw Schaeffer s electronic tape Symphony...
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