Social Science Foundation
Course: Assignment 103
with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Geminiani Violin
Sonata in A, Op I No 1
7.21 Chopin Ballade No 1 in G minor
7.32 Glinka Overture:
Ruslan and Ludmilla
8.05 Fillmore Lassus
Trombone: de Cullud
Valet to Teddy Trombone
8.22 Britten Canticle I: My beloved is mine, Op 40
8.44 Mozart Symphony No 31 in D (K300a) (Paris) Producer Andrew Lyle. Discs
1: Music's Michelangelo Lassus's virtuosic and exuberant art is a striking contrast to the classicism of Palestrina, who died in the same year. Today, Hugh Keyte presents some of the many aspects of Lassus's music: sacred and secular, vocal and instrumental, Petrarchian triumph and polyglot bawdry. With the Tallis Scholars, the BBC
Singers, the King's Singers, the Renaissance Band of the New York Pro Musica and Swingle II.
Producer Susan Kenyon
with Chris de Souza.
Each programme this week includes a Scarlatti sonata, a Schein motet, a romantic piano concerto and a British symphony.
10.10 John Adams The
BBC SO/Andrew Mogrelia
10.25 Artist of the Week
Nikolai Demidenko (piano) Chopin Piano Concerto No 1 in E minor
Philharmonia Orchestra/ Heinrich Schiff
Hindemith Apparebit repentina dies BBC Singers
Symphony No 5, Op 46 Queensland SO/Abert
11.40 Bach, arr Busoni Capriccio in B flat (BWV992)
Nikolai Demidenko (piano) Producer Chris de Souza
First of a series in which singers talk with Rodney Milnes about their interpretation of a particular operatic role. 1: Robert Lloyd on Boris Godunov in Musorgsky's opera, using the recording he made at the Kirov Theatre under Valery Gergiev. Producer Clive Bennett
from St John 's, Smith Square, London.
Shostakovich String Quartet No 4, Op 83
Debussy String Quartet in G minor
2.00 Tales from Europe 2.15 Storybox 2.25 Let's Move
2.45 The Song Tree: Music Course 1 Remember This
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Ion Marin
Bartok Dance Suite
Ravel Pavane pour une infante défunte
David Sanger plays the recently built organ of Bromley Parish Church. Kropfreiter
Fugue in A flat minor Hindemith
Organ Sonata No 2
Schoenberg Variations on a Recitative, Op 40
This week Mel Hill looks at some of Granz's greatest projects, including the teaming of Fred Astaire with jazz musicians, the Songbook albums with Ella Fitzgerald , two very different recordings of Gershwin's Porgy and Bess and "the World's
Greatest Jazz Concert".
Tommy Pearson puts himself in the picture and looks at music that's directly inspired by works of art. Producer Christina Pritchard
with Andrew Green.
5.15 Dvorak Slavonic
Dance No 7 in C minor
6.25 Komgold Songs, Op 38 Nos I and 6.38 Mozart Piano Sonata in A (K331)
7.16 Vaughan Williams Towards the Unknown
Producer Andrew Mussett
from Moscow, with the Moscow
Nacht Bartok Divertimento
8.35 A Headless Rider?
In February 1922 concertgoers in Moscow were startled to read posters announcing the debut of a conductorless orchestra.
Stephen Johnson traces the rise and fall of a revolutionary band.
Schnittke Suite in the Olden Style Yuri Butzko Lacrimosa
Shostakovich Prelude and Scherzo, Op 11
Kenneth Shenton reflects on the languishing reputations of five English composers whose stock was once extremely high. 1: John Stanley
A contemporary of Handel, this blind organist was a prolific and highly regarded composer whose influence on the development of keyboard composition was profound. Series producer David Perry
First of three programmes played by the Salomon String Quartet. Presented by Simon Standage.
String Quartet No 1 in C, Op 30 No 1
An Arthur Johnson production
La Buse variable
Anatol Ugorski (piano) plays Messiaen's depiction of the buzzard in song and flight.
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.
Producer Philip Tagney
In the final concert from last year's Holland Festival of Early Music,
Andrew Manze introduces works by composers who lived and worked in 17th-century Mantua, performed by Ensemble Rebel.
1.00 As broadcast 2.00-3.00pm
2.00 History 7-9
2.20 Maths 9-11