Maths: Complex Numbers and Cayley Tables
with Catriona Young , including at approximately
7.05 Rossini Overture:
II Turco in Italia
7.15 Janacek Romance
7.30 Keyboard Compendium: Bach Overture in the French Style (BWV831)
Webem Langsamer Satz
Thou knowest Lord the secrets of our hearts
8.35 Bruch String Quartet No 1 in C minor, Op 9 Producer Andrew Lyle. Discs
(1644-1704). "Biber, the fellow who slipped away, played the violin, bass and viola da gamba; he also composed tolerably well." The words of Count
Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn of Olomouc, Biber's first employer, are a masterpiece of understatement; in fact
Biber was the greatest violin virtuoso of the 17th century and one of its most original composers. In the week of the 350th anniversary of his birth, Andrew Manze explores his varied output. Sonata a 7 Vienna Concentus Musicus, director Nikolaus
Sonata Campanarum; Sonata (La pastorella) MusicaAntiquaKoln, director Reinhard Goebel
Baroque Orchestra, director Monica Huggett
Requiem in F minor
Chorus and Orchestra of the Netherlands Bach Society, conductor Gustav Leonhardt
Producer Lindsay Kemp Discs
Mary Miller presents some musical kisses, live from the Edinburgh Festival.
Overture: The Kiss
Orchestra, conductor Vaclav Neumann
10.15 Prom Artist of the Week: John Eliot Gardiner (conductor)
Psalm 147: Lauda,
Jerusalem, Dominum (Vespers of 1610) Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra
10.35 Telemann Concerto in E minor for recorder and transverse flute
Frans Bruggen (recorder)
Franz Vester (transverse flute) Chamber Orchestra of Amsterdam/Andre Rieu
Piano Concerto No 22 in E flat (K482) Piers Lane (piano)
BBC Scottish Symphony
Orchestra/Fedor Glushchenko Producer Ann McKay
The great Wagnerian bass-baritone Hans Hotter , who recently made his Proms debut at the age of 85, talks to Rodney Milnes about the role of Gurnemanz in Wagner's Parsifal, with illustrations from the 1962 Bayreuth
Festival recording he made with Hans Knappertsbusch. Producer PeterTanner
The last of five programmes featuring 20th-century British string quartet repertoire. Elgar
String Quartet in E minor David Gow
String Quartet No 6 Lyric Quartet
Series producer Nigel Wilkinson
BBC Philharmonic conductor Vassily Sinaisky Christian Blackshaw (piano) Mozart Piano Concerto
No 21 in C (K467)
Mahler Symphony No 6
Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli were both associated with the organs of St Mark 's,
Venice. Unfortunately, these instruments have not survived, but a good substitute is the 1534 organ in Arezzo Cathedral.
Christopher Stembridge plays and presents music by these composers.
Series producer Graham Dixon
In the penultimate programme of his series on the American composer George Russell, Ian Carr listens to a recording of a 1970 concert given by Russell's Scandinavian quartet, which included saxophonist Jan Garbarek. Russell then returned to America to take up an academic post in Boston, and his next major project was the Living Time album featuring pianist Bill Evans.
Tommy Pearson tackles the tricky question: What is melody and does music need it? He is helped by the composers Graham Fitkin and Thomas Ades.
! Music, news and arts stories with Andrew Green.
I from the Royal
Albert Hall , London. Mayumi Seiler (violin)
Academy of St Martin , conductor Neville Marriner
Haydn Symphony No 96 in D (Miracle)
Violin Concerto No 1 in C
8.15 English Eccentrics 3: Jonathan Meades
Author Jonathan Meades writes about subjects ranging from greyhound tracks to suburban shacks and uses language he terms "off-centre". This prompts certain critics to dismiss him as eccentric. Is it all in the name of art?
A Heavy Entertainment production
Ah! perfido, Op 65
Symphony No 4 in B flat
Now 94, Frances Partridge is the last surviving member of Bloomsbury. Tonight, she talks to Christopher Cook about her early days at Bedales and Newnham
(Rpt. Next programme tomorrow
Linda Merrick (clarinet) Benjamin Frith (piano) Stanford Three Intermezzi, Op 13
Sonata No 2, Op 149
Stanford Sonata, Op 129
5: Connecticut toCamebt
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 celebration of novelist and humorist Laurence Sterne 's life and his journeys through France and Italy, with music by Vivaldi, Handel, Leclair, Telemann and Sterne himself played by Florilegium.