with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Prokofiev The girl Juliet; Gavotte (Romeo and Juliet, Op 64)
7.15 Keyboard Compendium: Bach French Suite No 6 in E(BWV817)
7.43 Roussel Le festin de l'araignée, Op 17 7
8.05 Corelll Concerto grosso in F, Op 6No
All That the Man Left
Behind When He Died
Cello Concerto in C
Producer Andrew Lyle Discs
1: Whom the Gods Love
A first survey, going back to 1876, with songs from each of Wolf's great collections, a snippet of his only completed opera and some of his instrumental music.
Presented by Leo Black. Producer Peter Tanner
Piers Burton-Page presents a week of programmes including English overtures, French chamber music and a Russian contribution from the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Rawsthome
Overture: Street Corner
Quartet Movement in C minor (D703)
10.15 Prom Artist of the Week: lona Brown (violin) Vaughan Williams
The Lark Ascending
10.31 Milhaud Sonatine
10.40 Lyadov Baba - Yaga
10.45 Liszt Scherzo and March (S177)
11.00 Carl Vine
Symphony No 2
11.20 Boccherlnl Guitar
Quintet in D (G448)
11.40 Lyadov From the Apocalypse (fragment) Producer Piers Burton-Page
Thomas Allen talks to
Rodney Milnes about the title role of Mozart's opera Don Giovanni , with excerpts from his recording with Bernard Haitink.
Producer Peter Tanner
The fourth of five programmes featuring 20th-century British string quartet repertoire.
Tippett String Quartet No 2 Thea Musgrave String Quartet
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Martyn Brabbins Dong Suk Kang (violin) Tchaikovsky
Paganini Violin Concerto No 2 in B minor
Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor
The first of two programmes in which violinist Catherine
Mackintosh and fortepianist Geoffrey Govier perform violin sonatas by Mozart and his contemporary Joseph Martin Kraus.
Kraus Sonata in D
Sonata in C (K303)
Christopher Stembridge plays the 1534 organ at
Arezzo Cathedral in Tuscany and performs music by Giovanni de Macque , who was bom in Flanders but spent his life in Italy, and could be described as the Gesualdo of the keyboard.
In this sixth programme on the music of the American composer George Russell, Ian Carr discusses Russell's move to Scandinavia in 1964, and looks at two of his large-scale compositions - Electronic Sonata for souls loved by nature and the Othello ballet suite. Both works were written for orchestra and jazz musicians including saxophonist Jan Garbarek and drummer Jon Christensen.
Tommy Pearson takes up residency at the Arthur Terry School in Sutton Coldfield for a series of programmes made with the help of young people. Today, American composer Steve Reich suggests ways in which everyday sounds can be used as inspiration for a composition.
Music, news and arts stories with Andrew Green.
5.25 Albinoni Concerto in C for trumpet, oboes and bassoon
6.15 Sibelius The Tempest (extracts)
7.15 Schubert Notturno:
Adagio in E flat (D897) Producer Anthony Cheevers
I from the Royal
Albert Hall , London.
Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano) BBC Philharmonic/ Yan Pascal Tortelier
Faure Suite: Pelleaset
Melisande; Ballade in F sharp. Op 19
Ravel Piano Concerto for the Left Hand
8.30 The Dreyfus Affair Historian Robert Wistrich reflects on the lasting importance of Leon Blum , a contemporary of the French officer wrongly convicted of treason 100 years ago.
8.50 Sibelius Symphony No 1 in E minor
(Part of this concert can be seen on Wednesday at 10.20pm on BBC1)
1: Facing the Camera In the 1930s, Britain invented a new kind of cinema: the documentary. In the first of four programmes, Christopher Cook considers the way in which
John Grierson 's documentary film-makers showed ordinary
Britons a different image of themselves.
Rosemary Furniss (violin)
Ralph de Souza (violin/viola) Moray Welsh (cello)
Paul Marrion (double-bass) Anthony Goldstone (piano) Rossini
String Sonata No 3 in C Goetz Piano Quintet in C minor. Op 16
4: Mid Atlantic: Three Sisters and Points Beyond. 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
David Fallows introduces a recital entitled Church Music for the Tudor City performed by the Tallis Scholars. Producer Mark Rowlmson
(In association with the Early Music Shop. Bradford)