with Catriona Young.
7.05 Mendelssohn String Symphony No 6 in E flat
7.45 Bach French Suite
No 6 in E (BWV 817)
8.05 Richter Trumpet Concerto in D
8.25 Bruckner Ecce
8.35 Kodaly Suite: Hary Janos
Producer Andrew Lyte. Discs
Presented by Roger Nichols. "I feel, quite sincerely, that my piano music is neither as good as some virtuosi claim, nor as bad as some critics contend."
Rapsodie nègre (2nd mvt) Maryse Charpentier (piano) Paris Conservatoire
Orchestra/Georges Pretre Sonata for piano duet
Jacques Fevrier and Gabriel Tacchino (piano duet)
Mouvements perpétuels The Composer (piano) Le Bestiaire
Claire Croiza (mezzo) The Composer (piano) Cinq Impromptus Paul Crossley (piano)
Rondeau (Les Biches) The Composer (piano)
Napoli Jacques Fevrier (piano)
Trio for piano, oboe and bassoon
The Composer (piano) R Lamorlette (oboe) G Dherin (bassoon)
Producer Edward Blakeman. Discs
with Mary Miller from
Glasgow. An exploration of Creation, including
Verdi Overture: La forza del destino
BBC Scottish SO/
Odaline de la Martinez
10.10 Haydn The Creation (Part 1)
Emma Kirkby (soprano)
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor) Michael George (bass)
New College Choir, Oxford Academy of Ancient Music Orchestra and Chorus/ Christopher Hogwood
11.05 John Lelfs Hekla
11.25 Artist of the Week:
Alexander Gibson (conductor) Sibelius Symphony No 4 Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Producer Ann McKay
John Thornley presents the last in the series.
6: In Search of Lost Places Paris, London, Berlin,
Vienna, New York's Grand Central Station, Belsize
Park, Timbuctu and other points on the globe are explored by, among others, Germaine Montero ,
Betove. Nora Blaney ,
Mireille Mathieu , Joyce Grenfell and the Comedian Harmonists.
Series producer John Thomley
n from St John 's, Smith Square, London. Talich Quartet Schulhoff
String Quartet No 1
Schubert String Quartet in D minor (D810)
(Death and the Maiden)
Last of 13 programmes.
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly
Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano) Takashi Harada (ondes martenot)
Christopher Stembridge performs virtuoso music by Frescobaldl on two of the most important organs in Tuscany: in the Badia in Florence and the Town Hall , Siena.
In this fifth programme, pianist and composer Dave Brubeck talks to
Geoffrey Smith about the famous
Time Out album recorded in 1959 (for which Joan Miro provided the cover) with its polyrhythms and the all-time hit "Take Five". Following its success, the quartet began to record four albums a year.
Composer and performer Errollyn Wallen presents a rough guide to practising.
With jazz guitarist Tony Remy and orchestral trombone player Chris Mowatt. Producer Alan Hall
with Andrew Green.
Mazurka (Morceaux de Salon, Op 10)
6.15 Brahms How lovely are thy dwellings
6.32 Eigar Concert Overture: Froissart
7.04 FaurePoeme d'un jour, Op 21
Producer Andrew Mussett
Gyorgy Pauk (violin) Ian Brown (piano)
Britten Suite, Op 6
Schoenberg Piano Pieces, Op 33
Hindemrth Violin Sonata inE
Webem Variations, Op 27 Prokofiev Violin Sonata
No 1, Op 80
(Given last Friday in Studio One, Pebble Mill)
"Of course, since my father was in linoleum, there was lino throughout the house. Some of it was jaspe, with a kind of marble finish, but most of it was reproduction parquet." This week, Paul Vaughan reads four excerpts from his new book recalling a 30s childhood in the suburbs. Producer Duncan Minshull
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Martyn Brabbins Mi-Kyung Lee (violin)
Ian Whyte Tone poem: Edinburgh
A C Mackenzie Violin
Sally Beamish Symphony (first UK performance)
Jane Glover conducts the BBC Singers in the Neue Liebeslieder, Op 65 by Brahms.
John Alley and Catherine Edwards (piano duet)
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell including the Mick Karn Band in session. Producer Philip Tagney
Helen Garrison introduces a recital given by the ensemble Sirinu during their recent Early Music Network tour that reflects the astonishing diversity of music in late 15th-century Italy.