with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Keyboard Compendium: Bach English Suite No 3 in G minor (BWV 808) Wilhelm Kempff (piano)
7.32 Stravinsky Preludium
Columbia Jazz Ensemble
Concertino for 12 instruments
Mozart Ridente la calma (KI52) Cecilia Bartoli (soprano) Andras Schiff (piano)
8.05 Monteverdi Dixit
Dominus (secondo) a 8 Taverner Consort and Players/Andrew Parrott
Montreal SO, conductor
8.39 Haydn String Quartet in A, Op 20 No 6 (Sun) Salomon Quartet. Discs
The final phase for both composers. Ruggles composed one last big orchestral score and a little hymn in memory of his wife. Varese's burst of creativity was inspired largely by his interest in the developing medium of electronic music.
Intercontemporain, conductor Pierre Boulez
Buffalo PO, conductor
Michael Tilson Thomas
Poème électronique; Nocturnal
Ariel Bybee (soprano)
Basses of the Union-Civic
Utah SO, conductor
Ruggles Exaltation Gregg Smith Singers Brass ensemble
Leonard Raver (organ)/ Michael Tilson Thomas
from Birmingham with Chris Wines , including
10.00 Beethoven Overture: Fidelio
10.42 Dowland Captaine Piper his Galiard
10.44 Britten Lachrymae
11.00 Artist of the Week: Heather Harper (soprano) Haydn Oh welcome now, ye shady groves; Oh how pleasing to the senses (The Seasons)
11.10 Elgar Piano Quintet
Asian Youth Orchestra
David Gallagher presents an orchestra never before heard in Europe.
Copland Suite: The Tender Land
Musorgsky, orch Ravel
Pictures at an Exhibition conductor Alexander Schneider
Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor conductor Samuel Wong
Girija Devi sings
Raga Desh , in the rapid tappa style, and sarod player Buddhadev Das Gupta performs the Raga Kedar, a night raga which is said to have healing and magical powers.
Produced and presented by John Thomley
Get into the Groove: 5
"Drummer Trevor Sharpe was viciously attacked last week in Paris" - record company statement on the cancellation of Miranda Sex Garden's first gig after the release of their new CD.
And the Brodsky Quartet play the Jazz Cafe in London's Camden.
Richard Baker looks forward to events this weekend and plays a selection of music.
5.15 Saint-Saens Caprice on Danish and Russian
Airs, Op 79
6.03 Wilfred Josephs Vivace Leggiero
7.03 Handel Overture:
Music for the Royal Fireworks
Producer Andrew Mussett
from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
The 100th season continues with a replica of the programme in which Bernard Haitink made his
Prom debut nearly 30 years ago.
Thomas Zehetmair (violin) Tabea Zimmermann (viola) BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Bernard Haitink
Sinfonia Concertante in E flat (K364)
8.15 The Marriage of Cadmus and Harmony David Horovitch reads a second extract from Roberto
Calasso's reinterpretation of Greek mythology. Why did so many of those bold heroes come a cropper?
8.35 Bruckner Symphony No 7 in E
Alwynne Pritchard presents music by two composers featured at the Proms in the coming week.
Three Screaming Popes City of Birmingham SO, conductor Simon Rattle
Nicholas Maw Life Studies
Academy of St Martin, conductor Neville Marriner
Producer Alan Hall
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