Maths: Eigenvalues and Eigenlines
with Andrew McGregor.
7.10 Monteverdi Vago Angelletlo (Madrigals, Book 10)
7.14 Schumann Adagio and Allegro, Op 70
7.32 Elgar Imperial March, Op 32
8.05 Vivaldi Violin
Concerto in D (RV207)
8.25 Bernstein Dance
Episode: Times Square (On the Town)
8.32 Keyboard Compendium: Bach French Suite No 3 in B minor (BWV 814) Producer Andrew Lyle. Discs
The French-born Varese
(1883-1965) arrived in the USA in 1915 and set up the International
Composers' Guild in 1921. It was soon joined by the all-American Ruggles (1876-
1971). During the early 20s, each composer established a musical style that was to last him a lifetime - in both cases a lifetime of painstaking work, although on quite separate paths. Ruggles Toys
Judith Blegen (soprano)
Michael Tilson Thomas (piano) Varese Ameriques French National Orchestra, conductor Kent Nagano
Ruggles Angels (original version for six trumpets) Brass Ensemble, conductor
Michael Tilson Thomas
Phyllis Bryn-Julson (soprano) French National Orchestra, conductor Kent Nagano
Ruggles Angels (revised version for four trumpets and three trombones)
Brass Ensemble, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas
French National Orchestra, conductor Kent Nagano Producer Christopher Marshall
from Birmingham with Chris Wines , including music written and inspired by Dowland and all four of the overtures Beethoven wrote for his only opera, Fidelio. Beethoven Overture:
Leonore No 1
10.12 Dowland Lachrimae
10.41 Artist of the Week: Heather Harper (soprano) Ravel Sheherazade
11.24 Smetana From the Homeland: No 2 in C minor
Flow My Tears
11.38 Leighton Piano Sonata
Producer Chris Wines
Neill Archer talks to Rodney Milnes about the role of Pelleas in Debussy's opera Pelleas et Melisande.
Musical illustrations are from the laserdisc recording by the Welsh National Opera, conductor Pierre Boulez. Producer Peter Tanner
NEW First of five programmes featuring a cross-section of 20th-century British string quartets.
Britten String Quartet No 1, Op 25 Simpson
String Quartet No 11 Coull Quartet
conductor Sachio Fujioka. Tchaikovsky Symphonic
Ballad: Voyevoda, Op 78; Suite No 2 in C, Op 53; Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique)
Naji Hakim plays the organ of Lincoln Minster.
Hakim Mariales (first performance) Toumemire
Fantasy (The Epiphany) Langlais Trio (Mosaïque) Hakim Variations on two themes; Improvisation (Given during the 1993 Lincoln Minster Arts Festival)
In this third programme on the music of the American composer George Russell , Ian Carr examines his relationship with the pianist Bill Evans between 1957 and 1960.
Get into the Groove: 1
In this week's programmes, Jasmine Birtles and Mike Hayley follow the process of releasing a CD, with two groups. The Brodsky Quartet , "the garage band of classical music", discuss their new album Lament, and indie band Miranda Sex Garden unveil their challenging new combination of vocal music, deep-noise bass, percussion and guitar dissonance. A Soundbite production
Music, news and arts stories with Andrew Green.
Producer Andrew Mussett
LIVE from the Royal
UUl Albert Hall , London, in the presence of HM the Queen and HRH the Duke of Edinburgh.
Ida Haendel (violin)
Trinity College of Music Chamber Choir
BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, conductor
Delius A Song of Summer Britten Violin Concerto
8.15 Elgar and His Wife The writer Jan Marsh reflects on the life of Elgar's wife Alice and the role she played in helping her self-doubting husband overcome setbacks and professional rebuffs.
The Hymn of Jesus Elgar
Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out....
Does acid burn a hole in your genes, and if so what happened to those for whom it did? Has schizophrenia lost a cure because of the antics of trippers? Or was acid just a chemical virtual reality, now available on the new electronic rollercoaster?
Quentin Cooper loses his way along with Timothy Leary and a host of others.
Haydn String Quartet in G major, Op 77 No 1
Schubert String Quartet in A minor (D 804)
Robert Cushman presents a personal view of musicals, with songs from original cast recordings, some familiar, some less well known.
A BML production
York Early Music Festival In the first of eight programmes recorded at this year's festival, David Fallows introduces
Cantatas for the feast of St Michael by Bach. Monika Frimmer (soprano)
Margaret Cable (mezzo) Rufus Muller (tenor)
Peter Harvey (baritone) Yorkshire Bach Choir
Yorkshire Baroque Soloists, director Peter Seymour. (In association with the Goethe-Institut. York)