Educating Immigrants - a Dutch View
with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Purcell Trio Sonata
No 5 in G minor
7.12 Ravel Daphnis et ChloeSuiteNo2
7.32 Burgon Nunc dimittis
8.05 Berlioz Overture: Benvenuto Cellini
8.25 Mendelssohn Song without Words (Book 8 No 43)
8.39 Mozart Flute
Concerto in D (K314) Producer Andrew Lyle. Discs
Introduced by Lionel Sawkins. The reigns of Louis XIV and Louis XV were one of the richest periods in French musical history. After Lully's death, Michel-Richard de Lalande became the favourite composer of the "Sun King", while Marin Marais breathed new life into the bass viol repertoire. Marais La folette;
Rondeau (Pieces de viole, Book 3)
Jordi Savall (bass viol)
Ton Koopman (harpsichord) Hopkinson Smith (theorbo) Du Mont Dialogus de anima (excerpts) Lalande Miserere
Soloists, La Chapelle Royale/ Philippe Herreweghe
Gilles Diligam te, Domine (excerpts)
Soloists, Le Concert Spirituel, director Herve Niquet Producer Kate Bolton. Discs
with Piers Burton-Page , who this week includes a Massenet cycle, piano music by Satie, and a 40th anniversary tribute to Radio 3's Artists of the Week.
10.02 Massenet Suite
No 3: Scènes dramatiques Monte Carlo National Opera Orchestra, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
10.40 Artists of the Week: Allegri Quartet
Janacek String Quartet No 1 (Kreutzer Sonata)
11.10 Bliss Ballet:
Miracle in the Gorbals
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth Producer Piers Burton-Page
John Thornley presents the first of six programmes of cabaret songs reflecting events, attitudes and neuroses of the 20th century, as viewed from the centres of the "civilised" world.
1: Nostalgia, fantasy, satire - and a whiff of scandal: songs by Yvette Guilbert ,
Juliette Greco , Noel Coward , Georg Kreisler and the Cabaret Voltaire of Zurich. Producer John Thornley
from St John 's,
Robert Holl (baritone)
Rudolph Jansen (piano) Schubert
Orchestra/Frans Bruggen Deszo Ranki (piano)
Mozart Piano Concerto
No 24 in C minor (K491); Symphony No 41 in C (K551) (Jupiter)
French National Orchestra, conductor Manuel Rosenthal Discs
Lodovico Giustini , a Florentine composer, wrote the first published music for the fortepiano.
Melvyn Tan plays a selection of his 1732 sonatas, dedicated to the Portuguese infante Don Antonio.
Sonatas: No 1 in G minor; No 3 in F; No 10 in F minor; No 7 in G
Alex Pascall presents the last of the series on the impact of black music and musicians on the British music scene.
A Sound Partnership production
Tommy Pearson looks at emotions in music this week. Today he talks to
Catherine Butler and Alison Loram about stage-fright. Producer Christina Pritchard
with Andrew Green.
Johann Schobert Menuetto
(Trio in B flat)
6.04 Oscar Straus Duet:
Piccolo! Piccolo! Tsin, Tsin, Tsin (Ein Walzertraum)
6.20 Gottschalk Variations on the Portuguese National Hymn
7.04 Schumann Kennst du das Land
Producer Andrew Mussett
conductor Richard Hickox
Nikolai Madoyan (violin) Purcell, arr
Britten Chacony in G minor
Elgar Introduction and Allegro Tippett Divertimento on Sellinger's Round Beethoven Violin
Concerto in D
Is the tradition of landscape painting still meaningful, or has it been superseded by artists who photograph the land, walk about in it or work with the natural materials they find there? In an age of abstract and conceptual art, how do artists use the landscape? Dr Frank Whitford visits painter
Roger de Grey , until recently President of the Royal Academy of Arts, in the Kent countryside where he has his studio, and hears about the pleasures and difficulties of painting nature.
Bach Well- Tempered
Klavier, Book 1: Preludes and Fugues Nos 7-12
Tatiana Nikolaeva (piano)
Another chance to hear two commissions from the BBC
60th anniversary season, conducted by Mark Wigglesworth.
Howard Skempton Lento
Dominic Muldowney Three Pieces for orchestra
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a mix of musical styles, including a rare interview with members of the enigmatic Los Angeles group, the Residents. Producer Philip Tagney
A Dance in the Garden of Mirth
Helen Garrison introduces medieval dance music played by the Dufay Collective.
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