Women's Studies: Mothers and Daughters
Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Allegri Miserere mei Tallis Scholars, conductor
7.21 Copland Outdoor Overture
Orchestra, conductor The Composer
7.32 Strauss Das
Bachlein, Op 88 No 1
Heather Harper (soprano) London Symphony
Couperin Venite exultemus
Michael Chance and James
Bowman (countertenors) Mark Caudle (bass viol) Robert King (organ)
Ravel Alborada del gracioso Dinu Lipatti (piano)
8.39 Beethoven Clarinet
Trio in B flat, Op 11 Nash Ensemble. Discs
(died 28 April 1992) 4: The Colour of Love Messiaen described human love as a reflection of the Divine Love; in his music he painted the physical and spiritual longing of his own heart. Antony Pitts considers Cinq Rechants in the light of the Turangalila-Symphonie, and a recording of Messiaen playing the organ in the church where he worked for most of his life.
with Chris Wines from
Marche pour la
Cérémonie des Turcs
Le Concert des Nations, director Jordi Savall
10.30 Artist of the Week: Simon Rattle (conductor) Mark-Anthony Turnage
Three Screaming Popes City of Birmingham
10.53 Purcell Trio Sonata
No 6 in C
Symphony No 5 in B flat City of Birmingham
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
The first of two programmes including the string trios of Reger, performed by the Beethoven String Trio of London
Beethoven String Trio in C minor, Op 9 No 3
Reger Trio in A minor, Op 77b
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor
Takuo Yuasa Berlioz Overture: Le
Corsaire; Love Scene (Romeo and Juliet)
Weber Symphony No 1
2.00 In the News. 2.20
Dance Workshop. 2.40
Singing Together: Change
The first of four recitals recorded for the BBC World Service.
Today, the Palladian
Ensemble perform Baroque trio sonatas.
Handel Trio Sonata in C minor, Op 2 No la Leclair Deuxieme
Récréation de Musique Bach Trio Sonata in F
Producer Gautam Rangarajan
BBC Philharmonic conductor Edward Downes
Geoffrey Tozer (piano) The second of two programmes featuring
Respighi's complete music for piano and orchestra.
Resplghi Piano Concerto in A minor (UK premiere); Concerto in Modo Misolido
How do they shape a melody in Bombay or Calcutta? Tommy Pearson discovers the Song of India. Producer Chris Wines
Music, news and arts stories from Cardiff.
Today's guest is the Welsh baritone Bryn Terfel. Producer Gwawr Owen
Messiaen's musical last will and testament, Eclairs sur I'Au-delà, was given its UK premiere last
November by Kent Nagano and the London Symphony
Orchestra. Adrian Jack was in the audience, and tonight he introduces a broadcast of this important occasion, to mark the second anniversary of the composer's death.
The Spider's Web by Graeme Fife , performed by Anna Massey. In which Athene muses on the cosmic algebra, looms, shuttles and "spiders".
(Final programme Saturday 10.00pm
Lisa Beznosiuk plays the Partita in A minor for unaccompanied flute (BWV 1013).
David Melling continues his description of Holy Week at the Greek Orthodox
Mel Hill presents a ten-part profile of Norman Granz , the man responsible for Jazz at the Philharmonic.
Michele Roberts reviews
Playboy of the Western
World at the Bristol Old Vic.
Producer Mike Greenwood
Duparc and Chausson lain Burnside presents orchestral songs by two
French composers, written under the influence of Wagner.
L'Invitation au Voyage; La vie antérieure; Le manoir de Rosemonde; Au pays ou se fait la guerre
Janet Baker (mezzo) London Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Andre Previn
Elly Ameling (soprano) San Francisco SO , conductor Edo de Waart
Chausson Poeme de
I'amour et de la mer
Victoria de los Angeles (sop) Lamoureux Orchestra, conductor
Jean-Pierre Jacquillat Producer Adam Gatehouse
de Los Angeles
1.00 As broadcast 2.00-3.00pm
2.00 Infant Science 2.10
Spanish 14-16: Radio Ondas