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Overture: Hermann und
Berne SO , conductor
Sonata for trumpet and two string choirs
Crispian Steele-Perkins (trumpet)
Parley of Instruments, conductor Peter Holman
8.05 Prokofiev Overture on Hebrew Themes Berlin Soloists
8.15 Boccherini Symphony No 4 in D minor
New Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor
8.40 Strauss Notturno, Op 44 No 1
Linda Finnie (soprano) Edwin Paling (violin) Scottish National
Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi. Discs
with Roger Nichols.
"There's a place for new music which is content to use the chords of others."
Presto in B flat
Paul Crossley (piano) Soirées de
Nazelles Jacques Fevrier (piano) Sextet
The Composer (piano)
Philadelphia Wind Quintet Nocturnes Nos 7 and 8 Gabriel Tacchino (piano) Hdtel (Banalites)
Pierre Bernac (baritone) The Composer (piano)
Improvisations Nos 11 and 12 Pascal Roge (piano)
Intermezzo in A flat
Artur Rubinstein (piano) Discs
with Mary Miller in Glasgow, including
BBC Scottish SO, conductor Odaline de la Martinez
Symphonies of wind instruments
BBC Scottish SO, conductor Martyn Brabbins
10.30 Artist of the Week:
Alexander Gibson (conductor)
Lehar The Merry Widow (excerpts)
Three Botticelli Pictures
BBC Scottish SO/
Odaline de la Martinez
11.38 Haydn The
Creation (Part 2, sc 2) Emma Kirkby (soprano) Anthony Rolfe Johnson (countertenor)
Michael George (bass)
Choir of New College, Oxford Academy of Ancient Music Orchestra and Chorus/
Christopher Hogwood. Discs
de la Martinez
Michael Roll (piano)
Chopin Scherzo No 1 in B minor, Op 20; Nocturne in F, Op 15 No 1; Scherzo No 4 in E, Op 54 Schumann
Symphonic Etudes, Op 13
Norman Del Mar 's world premiere recording of Delius's operatic fairy tale, which he made for the BBC in 1984, is broadcast as a tribute to the conductor who died last month. Sir
Thomas Beecham called
Irmelin "the best first opera by any composer".
Introduced by Clive Bennett.
BBC Singers, BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Norman Del Mar
Rolf the Robber:
Stephen Plaistow introduces the third of four concerts reflecting the quartet's residency at Cambridge University this year.
Haydn String Quartet in G, Op 76No 1
Gerhard String Quartet No
Mozart String Quartet in G (K387)
A Cavendish production
Errollyn Wallen serves up a cocktail of conductors recorded in rehearsal.
Featuring Igor Stravinsky , John Barbirolli ,
Thomas Beecham and Bruno Walter.
Music, news. interviews and arts stories with David Owen Norris in Birmingham.
5.15 Suppe Overture: Poet and Peasant
5.30 An interview with the organist Thomas Trotter , who gives Friday evening's recital in the Towards the Millennium festival.
6.25 Beethoven Symphony No 5 in C minor
7.00 Messiaen Sortie
(Messe de la Pentecote) Producer Jeremy Hayes
conductor Martyn Brabbins Marc-Andre Hamelin (piano) Nielsen Overture: Helios
Henselt Piano Concerto in F minor
Sibelius Symphony No 1 in E minor
"As for the school song, there was nothing secondhand about that. It was custom-made, a genuine original Auden poem, a scoop to be proud of." More school-time memories as Paul Vaughan continues reading from his recollections of a suburban childhood.
(Final programme tomorrow 9.10pm)
Haydn's sequence of string quartets for the seven last sayings of Our Saviour on the Cross is played by the Rostov Quartet:
Yuri Yurassov and Greg Lawson (violins) Lev Atlas (viola)
Alexander Volpov (cello)
In the fifth programme, pianist and composer Dave Brubeck talks about the famous Time Out album, recorded in 1959, with its polyrhythms and the all-time hit "Take Five".
Roy Porter reviews Johnny on the Spot,
Charles MacArthur 's 1942 play, at the National Theatre.
Producer Julian May
Songs of the 30s lain Burnside presents a Cook's tour through Europe of the 30s, taking in the songs of Britain, France, Germany and Russia. Producer Adam Gatehouse