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7.05 Gregorian Chant: Antiphon; Statuit Dominus
Monks of the Abbey of Santo Domingo de Silos
Intermezzo (Cavalleria Rusticana)
Staatskapelle Dresden, conductor Silvio Varviso
7.32 Shostakovich The
Gadfly (excerpt) Berlin Radio SO, conductor Leonid Grin
8.05 Keyboard Compendium: Bach Two-part
Inventions Nos 12-15
Ton Koopman (harpsichord)
8.32 Takemltsu Chiisana
Sora (Small Sky) Shin-yu Kai Choir , conductor Shin Sekiya
8.49 Biber Partita No 5
Maria Lindal and Barry Sargent (violins) Ensemble Saga Discs
2: Debussy and France
"The music is elusive and cannot be handled like a robust symphony, which walks on all fours" -
Debussy on Ronde de printemps.
Robin Holloway 's selection this morning includes songs and piano pieces inspired by the soft-focus and rare tints of Watteau.
Included is Michael Tilson -
Thomas's performance of Ronde de printemps with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the sterner wartime vision
En blanc et noir
with Chris de Souza. Flnzl Prelude Divertimenti, director
10.05 Artists of the Week: The Sixteen
Fayrfax Credo (Missa 0 Bone Jesu) conductor
10.15 Vaughan Williams
Malcolm Messiter (oboe) Divertimenti, director
10.35 Blow I said in the cutting off of my days The Sixteen
London Baroque, conductor Harry Christophers
11.05 Glazunov Symphony No 8 in E flat
Bavarian Radio SO/ Neeme Jarvi
York Early Music Festival In the second of eight programmes, David Fallows introduces fantasia suites and harp consorts by William Lawes.
John Holloway (violin)
Mark Levy (viola da gamba) Paula Chateauneuf (guitar) Frances Kelly (harp) John Toll (organ)
BBC Philharmonic conductor Andras Ligeti
Dmitri Sitkovetsky (violin) Musorgsky Night on the Bare Mountain
Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D
Stravinsky Ballet: Petrushka (1947)
Simon Joly conducts the BBC Singers in music which contrasts the sensual delights of human love with the love of God.
Messlaen Cinq Rechants Durufle Four Motets on Gregorian Themes Jollvet Epithalame
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor Grant Llewellyn Tasmin Little (violin)
Weber Overture: Der
Bnjch Violin Concerto No
1 in G minor
Beethoven Symphony No 3 in E flat (Eroica)
Unsung Heroes: Can You See Me at the Back?
Musicians wink, whisper, wave their elbows around and sometimes notice the conductor -just to stay in time and in tune.
from Manchester, presented by Rodney Slatford.
5.15 Havergal Brian
Comedy Overture: The Tinker's Wedding
6.02 Pergolesl Concertina No 1 in G
7.00 Bridge Summer Producer Mark Rowlinson
from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
The 100th season continues with a programme including one of the most successful of recent Prom commissions.
Kathryn Stott (piano)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
Beethoven Symphony No 2inD
James MacMillan The
Confession of Isobel
Stephen Johnson , David Cannata and the pianist Malcolm Binns put
Concerto No 3 under the magnifying glass, and take a look at its genesis, pianism and performance history.
Piano Concerto No 3 in D minor
Tonight's reading from the memoirs of Max Beerbohm, the caricaturist and parodist. covers the undergraduate years, and friendship with the artist Aubrey Beardsley. With Derek Jacobi as Beerbohm.
Isabel Beyer and Harvey Dagul (pianos)
J C Bach Sonata in C, Op 15 No 5
Moscheles Grand Sonata in E flat, Op 47
Eisenstein is one of the legendary names of cinema. With Battleship Potemkin he tasted fame early, but fell from grace under Stalin. A prolific writer and thinker, he also loved to sketch, often indulging in a taste for pornographic caricature. Ian Christie of the British Film
Institute shares his passion for the master of Soviet film with fellow enthusiasts around the world and endeavours to uncover the true Eisenstein glimpsed behind his many masks.
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Lionel Friend
Concerto for Double
String Orchestra Rawsthome
Symphony No 3