Maths: Complex Numbers and Cayley Tables
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7.05 Locatelli Concerto
Grosso in D, Op 1 No 9 Academy of St Martin, conductor Neville Marriner
7.15 Smetana Two
Peter Schmalfuss (piano)
7.40 Massenet Fantaisie
Sophie Rolland (cello) BBC Philharmonic, conductor Gilbert Varga
8.05 Schumann Overture, Scherzo and Finale
Lay a Garland Cambridge Singers, conductor John Rutter
8.35 Keyboard Compendium: Bach English Suite No 6 in Dminor(BWV811) Gustav Leonhardt
5: The Bruckner Influence
In Wolf's Vienna, the music and presence of Anton Bruckner were a unique influence. As a student and later as a critic, Wolf supported Bruckner against the scepticism of the local establishment. In some of Wolf's songs, and at times in his opera Der Corregidor, the echoes of Bruckner are as strong as the echoes of the man who inspired them both - Wagner.
with Piers Burton-Page including Alwyn
Overture: Derby Day
10.12 Prom Artist of the Week: lona Brown (director/violin) Telemann
Violin Concerto in E
10.36 Lyadov Kikimora
10.44 Francalx Sonatine
11.05 Malcolm Hawkins
Eight Russian Folk Songs
Ballade Anthony Gilbert Little Piano Pieces, Op 20b (first broadcast)
Geoffrey Poole Ten Paul Robinson
The Faraday Wheel
(Given in February as part of the Northern Lights Festival)
Symphony Orchestra conductor James Blair
Sarah Beck goes to the seaside to meet members of the orchestra, who perform a water-influenced programme.
Overture: The Hebrides
Elgar Sea Pictures
Penelope Walker (soprano) Vaughan Williams A Sea Symphony
Alison Hargan (soprano)
David Wilson-Johnson (bar) London Philharmonic Choir
Liam Abramson (cello) Charles Whiffen (piano)
Martinu Variations on a Slovak Theme
Bloch Prayer (From Jewish Life)
Beethoven Cello Sonata in C, Op 102 No 1
Lela Sisauri presents the Rustavi Men's Choir in a selection of Georgian folk songs from the Caucasus to the Black Sea. Featuring the stark harmonies of mountainous Svanety, village songs of love and marriage - and a musical mowing competition. Producer John Thornley
Tommy Pearson enlists the help of year 10 and 11 students from the Arthur
Terry School in Sutton
Coldfield to explore Vivaldi's Gloria in D (RV589).
Why was it written, when was it written and what is it all about?
Richard Baker looks forward to events this weekend and plays a selection of music.
Ballet Music No 1
6.03 Traditional, arr
Two Scottish Folk Songs: Polly Steuart ; The
Sweetest Lad Was Jamie
Hommage a Mozart Producer Susan Kenyon
from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
A tribute to Constant
Lambert, who conducted many new works at the Proms in the 1940s and 50s.
Piers Lane and Kathron
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth Sibelius Suite: Karelia
Constant Lambert Four
Dances (Horoscope) Rawsthome
Concerto for Two Pianos
8.05 Lambert Ho!
Lewis Foreman takes a look at the many-sided youthful brilliance of Constant Lambert.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice Warlock Capriol Suite Ravel La Valse
4: Ordinary Joes
In the 1930s in the United States, radio and film came together in a unique way.
In the last of a series of four programmes, Christopher Cook examines how the March of Time series, together with relief legislation in the form of the Federal Arts Project. changed the USA's perception of itself.
Historic recordings of the composer as pianist.
Including Suite, Op 14 Discs
from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
A late-night, four-hour Indian Prom continues a tradition which began more than 20 years ago.
Kadri Gopalnath (saxophone).
Bidur Mallik (Dhrupad singer) with Ramkumar and Premkmar Mallik (singers) Vishwa Mohan Bhatt (guitar) Tarun Bhattacharya (santoor) Daya Shankar (shehnai)
11.50 The Charanas
Dr Shepherd presents a history of Gharanas, a system of passing down specialist knowledge through generations of Indian families. The performers of the evening's concert have inherited their musical profession.
12.10 Part 2
Rajan and Sajan Misra (singers)
Ustad Amjad Ali Khan (sarod)
Sukhvinder Singh (tabla)