Maths: Solving Inequalities
Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
Ulster Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley
Concerto Grosso in D minor, Op 5 No 12
La Petite Bande, director Sigiswald Kuijken
7.32 Handel Variations
(Suite No 5 in E)
Wanda Landowska (piano)
Amor, Op 68 No 5
Eileen Hulse (soprano) Royal Scottish National Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi
Konzertstück No 1 in F minor, Op 113
Victoria Soames (clarinet)
Roger Heaton (basset horn) Julius Drake (piano)
8.37 Dohnanyl Variations on a Nursery Song, Op 25 The Composer (piano) RPO/Adrian Boult Discs
"Bowman's Es ist vollbracht is poignant and beautifully controlled." (Gramophone, 1993)
Piers Burton-Page talks to James Bowman about the countertenor in Bach.
Cantata No 54:
Widerstehe doch der
King's Consort/Robert King The Condemnation,
Crucifixion and Death of Jesus (St John Passion) Soloists
Netherlands Chamber Choir
Orchestra of the 18th
Century, conductor Frans Bruggen Discs
with Edward Blakeman.
Lennox Berkeley , McCabe, Richard Rodney Bennett and George Benjamin
Homage to Haydn (1982) John McCabe (piano)
10.05 Debussy, orch Ravel Danse
St Paul Chamber
10.15 Artist of the Week: Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute) Jolivet Flute Concerto
Lamoureux Orchestra, conducted by The Composer
11.05 Mozart Bella mia fiamma (K528); Rondo in A (K386)
Christiane Oelze (soprano) Richard Goode (piano) Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, conductor
Adagio for Strings
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Takuo Yuasa
11.30 Copland Dance Episodes (Rodeo)
BBC Concert Orchestra/ Barry Wordsworth
Choral settings by Giovanni Gabrieli and Luigi Nono , performed by Arnold Schoenberg Choir Ensemble "Die Reihe"
Vienna, conductor Erwin Ortner
Gabrieli Magnificat Nono Cori di Didone
Gabrieli Sacro tempio d'honor; Signor le tui mani santi Nono Sar à dolce tacere
A Dio, dolce mia vita Nono Ha venido
Gabrlell Dolce nemica mia; 0 che felice giorno Nono Liebeslied
2.00 In the News. 2.20 Dance
Workshop. 2.40 Singing Together: Change
conductor Jeffrey Tate Marjana Lipovsek (contralto)
Overture: Hansel and Gretel
Symphony No 3 in F
Tchalkovsky's suite of 12 piano pieces, played by Vanessa Latarche (piano).
Tommy Pearson stands to attention as he tries to discover whether National
Anthems reflect the culture and music of the countries they represent. He also explores how composers have incorporated them into their compositions. Producer Christina Pritchard
with Sean Rafferty in Belfast.
5.25 Debussy Rhapsody for saxophone
6.10 Plemé KonzertstUck, Op 39
6.30 Zelenka Trio Sonata in F (1st mvt)
7.00 Linley Ye Sportive Loves
Producer David Byers
from the Barbican
Hall, London. Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra conductor Kurt Masur
Viktoria Mullova (violin)
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Brahms Violin Concerto inD
8.25 During the interval, Stephen Johnson looks back over the rich history of concert life in Leipzig.
Symphony No 2 in C
4: Are These Actual Miles?
Bankruptcy sends a man's wife out to sell their car. Is that all she is selling? Reader Bob Sherman.
(Final programme tomorrow 9.30pm)
Roman Sketches, Op 7 Philip Mead (piano). Discs
In this last programme, pianist and composer Dave Brubeck talks to Geoffrey Smith about his compositions for symphony orchestra and about his oratorios, including The
Gates of Justice, and Tritonis, recorded during his first visit to Moscow.
Lisbon's year as European Capital of Culture coincides with the 20th anniversary of the end of the long right-wing dictatorship in Portugal. Mike Gonzales visits
Portugal to relate current literary and artistic trends to the impact of the 1974 "Revolution of the Flowers". Producer Nicki Paxman
The Sky at Night lain Burnside gives an astronomer's view of song through the ages.
Producer Adam Gatehouse
1.00 As broadcast 2.00.3.00pm
2.00 Infant Science 2.10 Poetry Comer