with Catriona Young.
7.05 Balfour Gardiner
Overture to a Comedy Northern Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
Song without Words, Op 30 No 1
Livia Rev (piano)
7.30 J C Bach Symphony in E flat, Op 3 No
Academy of St Martin , conductor Neville Marriner
8.05 Bax Summer Music
Ulster Orchestra, conductor
8.15 Giovanni Gabriell
Canzona a 12 Taverner Players, conductor Andrew Parrott
8.30 Brahms String
Quintet No 1 in F, Op 88 Amadeus Quartet
Cecil Aronowitz (viola). Discs Producer Andrew Lyle
David Byers presents music by the man of whom Vincent Novello said it was "An eternal Disgrace to the pretended Patrons of Good Music in England who could have the contemptible bad taste to undervalue and neglect the masterly productions of such an extraordinary musician as Samuel Wesley. " With Anthony Finigan as the composer.
Air (Twelve Short Pieces, No 8)
Joseph Payne (organ)
0 Sing unto My Roundelay BBC Singers/John Lubbock Symphonies: in A, D and Eflat
Milton Keynes Chamber Orchestra, conductor
Hilary Davan Wetton Producer David Byers
with Piers Burton-Page , who this week explores the diverse musical activities of Artist of the Week
Yehudi Menuhin , in solos, duos and concertos. Also, music by Beethoven and excerpts from a recital by James Bowman (countertenor) and Robert Spencer (lute). Yehudi Menuhin (violin)
Bach Concerto in D minor for two violins (BWV 1043) Georges Enescu (violin)
Paris Symphony Orchestra, conductor Pierre Monteux
10.40 Beethoven Violin
Sonata in A (Kreutzer) Wilhelm Kempff (piano)
11.30 Bruch Violin
Concerto No 1 in G minor
Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Walter Susskind
Producer Piers Burton-Page
Jonathan Miller talks to
James Naughtie about Tosca and introduces excerpts from the opera sung by Maria Callas , Tito Gobbi and Giuseppe di Stefano. Discs
I from St John 's, Smith I Square, London. Nobuko Imai (viola)
Roger Vignoles (piano) Schubert Sonata in A minor (Arpeggione) Bach, arr Kodaly
Brahms Viola Sonata in Eflat, Op 120 No 2
Second of 13 programmes of concerts recorded during the 1991-92 seasons of the Amsterdam and Rotterdam orchestras.
Rotterdam PO/Jeffrey Tate Emanuel Ax (piano)
Strauss Symphonic Interlude (Intermezzo)
Mozart Piano Concerto No 25 in C (K503)
Tristan Keuris Capriccio for 12 wind instruments and double bass
Strauss Symphonic Fantasy
Graham Fawcett looks at aspects of Shakespeare through musical settings. 5: Time and Nature
Including music by Morley Rautavaara , and Berlioz.
In the first of three programmes,
Paul Agnew (tenor) and Christopher Wilson (lute) perform musical settings of poetry by John Dunne.
Reader Michael Maloney. Producer Simon Lord
Alex Pascall presents the second of eight programmes on the impact of black music and musicians on the British music scene. A Sound Partnership production
Tommy Pearson looks at the connection between music and literature this week. Today, Guy Woolfenden explains why, when it comes to music, the Bard knows best. Producer Christina Pritchard
with Andrew Green , including
5.15 Bazzini La ronde des lutins
6.15 Tchaikovsky The Voyevoda, Op 78
6.45 Handel Whither
Shall I Fly? (Hercules)
7.03 Howells Organ Rhapsody No 1
Producer Andrew Mussett
LIVE from the BBC Maida Vale studios.
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Ion Marin
Saschko Gawriloff (violin) Bartok Dance Suite
Ligeti Violin Concerto
8.25 Out of the Dance by Aileen Ireland.
An Irish artist meditates on her recent experiences in love.
Read by Sorcha Cusack.
8.45 Stravinsky Jeu de Cartes
A series of five interviews with Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling.
Renowned as a statesman, scholar and tycoon but also suspected of chicanery and gleeful inhumanity, Sir Arthur has agreed for the first time to try to make sense of his life and reveal why he recently bought the BBC Concert Orchestra. With Peter Cook and Christopher Morris. A TalkBack production
Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling:
The singer Shobha Gurtu performs the song form called thumri, accompanied by Ashit Desai (harmonium) and Sanjay Jhalla (tabla).
Introduced by Viram Jasani.
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell , including a session with David Moss. Producer Philip Tagney
Handel Aminta e Fillide
Julia Gooding and Lorna Anderson (sopranos)
London Baroque, director Charles Medlam
Except in Scotland.
As broadcast 9.00-10.25am on R5
English Resources: The Poetry of Passion - Love is Old, Love is New