with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Marais Musette ; La Guitare (Suite No 7 in G) Jordi Savall (viola da gamba) Ton Koopman (harpsichord) Hopkinson Smith
7.22 Martucci Nocturne in G flat, Op 70 No 1
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Alfredo Bonavera
7.40 Ravel Piano
Concerto in G
Pascal Roge (piano)
Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit
Partie in G
Musica Antiqua Cologne, director Reinhard Goebel
Song without Words, Op 53 No
Victoria Postnikova (piano)
8.38 Prokofiev Suite: The
Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi Discs
with Edward Blakeman.
Including at approximately
10.00 Mozart Overture:
Prague Chamber Orchestra, conductor Oldrich Vlcek
10.05 Artist of the Week: Lily Laskine (harp)
Ravel Introduction and Allegro Marcel Moyse (flute)
Ulysse Delecluse (clarinet) Calvet Quartet
10.45 Howells The Winds
Whistle Cold; The
Summer Is Coming
BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Jackson
10.55 William Albright David's Songs
BBC Singers, conductor Simon Joly
Margaret Phillips (organ)
Symphony No 4 in A (Italian)
BBC Symphony Orchestra/ Esa-Pekka Salonen
The opening recital in a new season from the Concert Hall of New Broadcasting House, Manchester.
Kevin Kenner (piano)
Haydn Piano Sonata in C (HXVI48)
Chopin Nocturne in C minor, Op 48 No 1;
Ballades: No 1 in G minor, Op 23; No 2 in F, Op 38; No 3 in A flat, Op 47
Debussy L'Isle joyeuse
The Bytom Music School Chamber Orchestra from
Poland play Mozart's
Symphony No 41 in C (Jupiter) and music by their compatriot Henryk Czyz. Plus a set by The
Orchestra, a jazz big band from Copenhagen.
Sara Nutall presents music from the ancient Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan: Buddhist religious festivals, musical gatherings, love songs and the sound of the dramnyen - the Bhutanese lute.
Producer John Thornley
East Is East and West Is West.... and, according to composer George Benjamin , they swapped notes in Paris in about 1900. What influence has the Orient had on western music? And there's this week's competition.
with Richard Baker who talks to Jonathan Miller about his new production of Der Rosenkavaller.
5.15 Elgar Overture: Cockaigne
5.45 Bach Sanctus (Mass in B minor)
6.30 Donizetti Mad Scene (Lucia di Lammermoor)
7.03 Johann Strauss (son) Overture: Die Fledermaus Producer Ray Abbott
from St David 's
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Katia and Marielle Labeque
Edison Denisov Peinture
Mozart Concerto in E flat for two pianos (K365)
8.10 Elgar and Binyon
When the poet
Lawrence Binyon chose Cyril Rootham to set his poem For the Fallen, Elgar, who had already expressed his interest, was furious.
Kenneth Shenton traces the course of the ensuing row.
8.30 Elgar Symphony No 1 in A flat
5: The Royal Institution
Founded by Count Rumford in 1799, the Royal
Institution's constitution states that it should teach
"the application of science to the common purpose of life." Paul Murdin perambulates with Michael Faraday. Humphry Davy and other luminaries of British natural philosophy.
The ensemble Tragicomedia perform music by William Lawes , Pelham Humfrey and Purcell, and by Monteverdi,
Salomone Rossi and Mazzochl.
Suzie LeBlanc (soprano) Ian Honeyman (tenor)
Richard Wistreich (bass)
In a small area of South
Dakota are four places that tell the story of the American West. Gold-rush town
Deadwood now trades on its lawless history, Mount Rushmore asserts the rights of the white man in a red man's place, Crazy Horse mountain carving says sorry to the Indians who don't want to know, and Wounded
Knee tells the continuing story of the calamitous arrival of the outside world on Indian territory.
Fraser Harrison visits
South Dakota and records history then and now. Producer Tim Dee
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