Andrew Lyle includes an unfamiliar Flemish Mass setting in this week's Sunday sequence.
Antoine Brumel Mass:
Berzerette savoyenne Chanticleer, conductor Joseph Jennings
7.15 Bach Four Duets
Peter Wallfisch (piano)
Horn Trio in E flat, Op 40 Music Group of London
Symphony in D
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Lothar Zagrosek Producer Piers Burton-Page
Today's programme comes from the Royal Clarence Hotel, Exeter, as part of the Exeter Festival, where Brian Kay invites listeners to drop in and listen to music and interviews with special guests including festival director, composer Paul Patterson.
With live music from soprano Lesley Garrett , and a programme mainly of listeners' requests reflecting the theme of the festival: Exeter Entertains the East.
The sequence begins with Glinka's Overture:
Ruslan and Ludmilla, ends with Rimsky-Korsakov Easter
Festival Overture and includes Martinu's
Sinfonietta: La Jolla and Glazunov's Spring and Summer from The
Producer Edward Blakeman
Presented by Ivan Hewett. This week, takarazuka - Japanese cabaret with a difference, a new biography of Peter Maxwell Davies , and the history of women troubadours in France. Producer Fiona Shelmerdine
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor
Rosa Mannion (soprano) Tippett
Concerto for Orchestra
The Music of Dawn
Sonata No 15 in D minor
Fantasy in C, Op 17 Falla
Quatre pieces espagnoles Fantasia Beatica
Mompou Cancione y Danza
BBC National Orchestra of Wates conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Lars Vogt (piano)
Patricia Rozario (soprano) Mendelssohn
Overture: Ruy Bias Grieg
Piano Concerto in A minor
Symphony No 4
Whither European film? Roy Porter and guests discuss national pride, artistic integrity and big business in the movie industry.
And the National Lottery - what's in it for the arts?
Producer Clare McGinn
(violin) with Alexander Lonquich (piano) Faure
Violin Sonata No 1 in A
Violin Sonata No 4
Rondo Brilliant in B minor (D895)
A second chance to hear David Halliwell's play, written in 1965 and one of the most influential stage plays of the 60s which won Halliwell the Evening
Standard Award for most promising playwright. It tells of Malcolm - a would-be Hitler from Huddersfield - an art student dismissed by a long-suffering principal who can no longer tolerate his sneering laziness. Alone in his freezing studio Malcolm plots the downfall of his enemies and persuades his fellow art students to take up arms against eunuchry by forming the Party of Dynamic Erection.
The play is a comedy that shows how a hunger for power and the ability to manipulate followers can lead to personal disaster.
The late Tim Souster was one of the composers represented at a recent BBC Invitation Concert given in Studio One at Maida Vale.
The three pieces in the concert, about changing perspectives of time and light, are introduced by Adrian Jack.
Bemd Alois Zimmermann
Photoptosis Morton Feldman
Coptic Light Tim Souster
Graham Ashton (trumpet) BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor
Sound diffusion by Javier Alvarez and Ian Dearden.
Producer Alan Hall
Brian Wright and Roy Goodman explore the myths and facts behind Mozart's last work and contrast it with two earlier examples of the composer's genius.
Litaniae de venerabili altaris sacramento
Patrizia Kwella (soprano) Ulla Groenwold (alto) Christoph Pregardien (tenor)
Franz-Joseph Selig (bass) Cologne Chamber Chorus Collegium Cartusianum , conductor Peter Neumann
Kyrie in D minor (K341)
English Baroque Soloists, conductor
John Eliot Gardiner
Requiem in D minor (K626)
Julia Bernheimer (mezzo) Martyn Hill (tenor)
David Thomas (bass) Hanover Band Chorus
Hanover Band, conductor
Producer Gautam Rangarajan Discs