Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , who begins a two-month survey of Bach's non-organ keyboard works. Including at approximately
7.05 Guilmant March on a Theme of Handel
Carlo Curley (organ)
7.15 Heinichen Dresden
Concerto in G (S217) Musica Antiqua Koln , director Reinhard Goebel
7.47 Keyboard Compendium: Bach French Suite No 1 in D minor (BWV 812) Andras Schiff (piano)
8.05 Grieg Two Brown Eyes, Op 5 No 1; I Love Thee, Op 5 No 3
Anne Sofie von Otter
Bengt Forsberg (piano)
8.25 W H Harris
Faire is the heaven
Cambridge Singers, conductor John Rutter
8.32 Dvorak Serenade for strings, Op 22
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Producer Andrew Lyle Discs
1: The Most Serene Venetian
In between the music,
Martin Jarvis reads from the journal of Edward Wright 's visit to Venice in the 1720s.
Concertos, Op 3 (L'estro armonico): No 3 in C; No 8 in A minor; No 9 in D; No 10 in B minor; Noll in D minor; No 12 in E English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
with Edward Blakeman.
Marching in and out for the week of 4 July, celebrating the 70th birthday of a distinguished cellist and exploring the French Romantic symphony. Artist of the Week: Frederick Fennell
The Invincible Eagle
Eastman Wind Ensemble
Hungarian Rhapsody Janos Starker (cello) Alain Planes (piano)
Symphony in C
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Jane Glover
Eastman Wind Ensemble, conductor Frederick Fennell
Joan Rodgers talks to
Rodney Milnes about the role of Susanna in Mozart's opera Le nozze di Figaro, with illustrations from her recording with conductor Daniel Barenboim.
from St John 's, Smith Square,
London, the final concert of the season.
Members of the BBC
Symphony Orchestra Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (organ), conductor Simon Joly Ives Cantata: The
Variations on "America" for Organ
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Osmo Vanska
Grigory Zhislin (violin)
Haydn Symphony No 101 in D (Clock)
Khachaturian Violin Concerto in D minor
Symphony No 2 (The Four Temperaments)
In the last of three programmes,
Robert Woolley plays
Orlando Gibbons 's contributions to this important collection of music for the virginals, published in 1612, and Richard Boothby (bass viol) joins him in a selection of dances from its sister volume
Parthenia In-violata. Series producer Susan Kenyon
George Russell has composed much radical and dynamic music. In the first of eight programmes, Ian Can-concentrates on Russell's early days in New York during the late 1940s, when he co-wrote Cubana Be
Cubana Bop with Dizzy Gillespie. Between periods in hospital, Russell also wrote music for Lee Konitz ,
Miles Davis and Buddy DeFranco. Producer Derek Drescher
Tommy Pearson talks to conductor Daniel Harding who, aged 18, has already made his debut with the City of Birmingham SO. Producer Christina Pritchard
For American Independence Day, with Andrew Green.
I Hate Music!
6.04 Offenbach Les Belles
6.30 Haydn Piano Trio No 27 in C (HXV27)
7.30 Howard Hanson
Merry Mount (excerpts) Producer Andrew Mussett
from the Pittville
Wolfgang Holzmair (baritone) and Imogen Cooper (piano) perform Schubert's s Schwanengesang, interspersed with other songs from the last year of his life, including Der
Wanderer an den Mond and Irdisches Gluck.
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Gnomes, caves, nether worlds, mutations, absurd combinations, bizarre incongruities: in the first of five programmes,
Derek Alsop discusses the concept of the grotesque in the arts. Series producer Anthony Sellors
conductors George Benjamin and Franz Welser-Most
Metamorphosis/Dance Messiaen Un Sourire
George Benjamin Sudden Time
(first broadcast) conducted by The Composer Before the performance, George Benjamin talks to Brian Morton about his latest orchestral work.
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell , including an interview with Andy Partridge , the man behind XTC who has now gone ambient on a new album with Harold Budd.
Producer Philip Tagney
Simon Heighes introduces chamber music by Marin Marais, played by Jay Bernfeld (viola da gamba) and Skip Sempe (h'chord), and excerpts from his most successful opera Alcyone.