with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Wagner Overture:
Der Fliegende Hollander
7.16 Uszt At the Grave of Richard Wagner
7.32 Handel Italian Duet
No 19: Fronda leggiera e mobile
8.05 Poulenc La
Baigneuse de Trouville
8.24 Barber Rain has fallen; Sleep now (Three Songs, Op 10)
8.45 Bach Concerto in D minor for two violins
Producer Andrew Lyle. Discs
Presented by Gillean McDougall.
Schumann, orch various Carnaval, Op 9
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra/Takuo Yuasa Schumann Des Abends; Aufschwung (Fantasy Pieces, Op 12)
Claudio Arrau (piano) Schumann, orch Mahler
Symphony No 1 in B flat (Spring)
BBC SO/David Atherton Producer Simon Lord
A Spanish piano masterpiece, an Icelandic celebration, historic Heifetz, a great conductor, all presented this week by Piers Burton-Page .
Mompou Musica callada (Vol 1) Josep Colom (piano)
10.18 Paganini Viola Sonata in C minor
Roger Chase (viola) Ian Brown (piano)
10.34 Artist of the Week Erich Kleiber (conductor) Beethoven
Symphony No 2 in D
Belgian National Orchestra
11.05 Jan Nordal
Gardshorni Sigrun Edvaldsdottir (violin) Selma Gudmundsdottir
11.25 Steven Montague Prologue
BBC SO/Jan Latham-Koenig
11.35 Messiaen The
Golden Oriole (Catalogue d'oiseaux)
Peter Hill (piano)
Producer Piers Burton-Page
John Tomlinson talks to
Rodney Milnes about the role of Wotan in Wagner's Die Walkure, which he sang in the last Bayreuth production and sings there again next month. With musical illustrations from his 1992 recording.
from St John 's, Smith Square, London
. Frank Peter Zimmermann
Alexander Lonquich (piano)
Faure Violin Sonata in A, Op 13 Ives Violin Sonata No 4
(Children 's Day at the Camp Meeting)
Schubert Rondo Brilliant in B minor (D895)
. Frank Peter
2.00 Tales from Europe
2.15 Storybox 2.25 Let's Move 2.45 The Song Tree: Music Course 1 Remember
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk David Rack and Shelagh Watson (horns) Sbordonl
"Durch die Lieb allein"
Rosetti Concerto in E flat for two horns
Tombeau de Couperin
In the second of three programmes, Robert Woolley plays Bull's contributions to this important keyboard collection, published in 1612. He is joined by Richard Boothby (bass viol) in a selection of dances from its sister volume,
In this last programme on American impresario and record producer
Norman Granz , Mel Hill reflects on his achievements. "Granz was, above all else, a man who got things done, and it is our good fortune that so much of what he chose to do is a lasting joy for those of us who love their jazz as much as he does."
Series producer Derek Drescher
With the help of an antique pot and some advice,
Tommy Pearson goes in search of the music of ancient Greece.
Producer Chris Wines
with Andrew Green.
5.30 Falia En el
Generalife (Nights in the Gardens of Spain)
6.04 Schubert Gloria
6.30 Beethoven Violin
Sonata in G, Op 30 No 3
7.04 Stanford Allegro for organ, Op 105 No 6 Producer Andrew Mussett
Verdi's extravagant opera, with Cheryl Studer in the title role of the Ethiopian slave who falls in love with the Egyptian Captain of the Guard.
James Naughtie presents Elijah Moshinsky 's new production. Sung in Italian.
Messenger JOHN MARSDEN (tenor) Royal Opera House Chorus and Orchestra, conductor
Acts 1 and 2 8.55 David Nice looks at the origins of Verdi's "final word on grand opera".
9.25 Acts 3 and 4 (Sponsored by P & 0)
SEE THIS WEEK
King of Egypt:
A four-part series on cinema music.
1: Mixing Emotion
Philip Dodd finds out why cinema can't work without music. He talks to
Lalo Schifrin , who describes the Bullitt car chase; to John Carpenter about the relationship between minimalism and narrative; and to David Lynch , who shoots his films with the music in his headphones. A Track Record production
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.
Producer Philip Tagney
Viejo Mundo Nuevo
Helen Garrison introduces
Renaissance and baroque music from Latin America, performed by the Venezuelan ensemble
Camerata de Caracas at a recent Purcell Room concert.
1.00 As broadcast 2.00-3.00pm
2.00 History 7-9
2.20 Maths 9-11