Witness to Change: Ruskin - the Debate Begins
Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
Dance Prelude No 1
Welsh National Opera Orchestra/Mackerras
7.25 Mendelssohn Song without Words in F sharp minor (Book 6 No 32)
Richard Burnett (fortepiano)
7.32 Handel La speranza egiunta in porto (Ottone) Jennifer Smith (soprano)
King's Consort/Robert King
Sinfonia con trombe in D
St James 's Baroque Players, director Ivor Bolton
8.24 Schubert Impromptu in A flat (D899 No 4)
Nikolai Demidenko (piano)
8.45 Sibelius Suite:
Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi. Discs
"Haydn and Pleyel are to be pitted against each other this season; and the supporters of each are violent partizans. As both these Composers are men of first-rate talents, it may be hoped that they will not participate in the little feelings of their respective admirers."
(Public Advertiser, 5 Jan 1792) Presented by Susan Sharpe , with Denys Hawthorne as Haydn.
Sinfonia Concertante in B flat
Douglas Boyd (oboe)
Matthew Wilkie (bassoon) Marieke Blankenstijn (violin) William Conway (cello) Chamber Orchestra of Europe/Claudio Abbado Madrigal: The Storm Budapest Madrigal Choir Hungarian State Orchestra, conductor Ferenc Szekeres Symphony No 94 in G (Surprise)
Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis. rases
from Glasgow with Mary Miller , Including
Shostakovich Festival Overture, Op 96
National Youth Orchestra of Scotland, conductor Christopher Seaman
10.28 Mozart String
Quintet in G minor (K516) Endellion Quartet Atar Arad (viola)
11.35 Artist of the Week:
Evelyn Glennie (percussion) James MacMillan
Veni, Veni Emmanuel
Scottish Chamber Orchestra
BBC Philharmonic conductor Sachio Fujioka Colin Carr (cello) Gllere Sirens
Cello Concerto No 2
Tchalkovsky Suite No 2 in C (Given in association with European Gas Turbines)
Krenek Five Pieces, Op 39 Schubert Piano Sonata in A minor (D845)
1 The first of six
I programmes in which Peter Paul Nash pursues an elusive American art form.
Paine Overture: As You
Like It (1876)
New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor
Ives Symphony No 2 (1902) Copland Inscape (1967) New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor
Harris Symphony No 3 (1939)
Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor
Serge Koussevitsky Producer Ray Abbott
Byte the Music
In the second programme, Mike Edwards hears computer musicians demonstrate inventive ways of creating music with sampled sounds. The Orb, Phil Collins 's drums and Anne Dudley from the Art of Noise are featured.
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Music and arts news from Manchester with Mairi Nicolson , including at approximately
5.20 Schubert Gretchen am Spinnrad
6.32 Schumann Cello Concerto in A minor
7.03 Gllere Suite: The Red Poppy (excerpts) Producer Paul Hindmarsh
from Studio 1, Birmingham.
Cherubini String Quartet: Christoph Poppen and Harald Schoneweg (violins) Hariolf Schlichtig (viola)
Manuel Fischer-Dieskau (cello) Beethoven String Quartet in A minor, Op 132
8.15 "Once I was the son of my father, now I am the father of my son." Michael Oliver delves into the character of Mendelssohn's father, a successful man in his own right, but sandwiched between his powerful father Moses and his brilliant son Felix.
8.35 Webem String Quartet, Op 28
Quartet in A minor, Op 13
Three tales by the renowned Colombian author, read by David Horovitch.
2: Artificial Roses
Mina's secret correspondence lies safely in the bureau. But she hasn't bargained with the tenacity of her grandmother!
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Andras Ligeti Bartok Hungarian Pictures
Roy Porter reviews
Jim Sheridan 's film about the Guildford Four, In the Name of the Father, and discusses the issues raised by making historical drama from recent history. Producer Julian May
BBC Philharmonic conductor Yan Pascal
Debussy Prélude d
Vapres-midi d'un faune David Matthews A Vision and a Journey
Stravinsky Symphony in three movements
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