The New Information
with Andrew McGregor.
Boccherini Quinteffino in E flat, Op 27 No 4
Prelude No 5 in D
Suite: Hary Janos
March: the Cossack
8.25 Melgas Salve Regina
Organ Symphony Discs
presented by Maurice Lindsay Symphony No 20 in D minor (G522)
New Berlin CO,
String Quartet in A, Op 39 Petersen Quartet
Villancicos on the Birth of Jesus Christ (G539) Soloists
Choir of the St Cecilia
Cathedral of Lucca
Lirico-Sinfonica del Teatro del Giglio, conductor
Gianfranco Cosmi Discs
from Birmingham with Chris Wines.
Tippett Sonata for four horns
Sanctus; Benedictus (Mass for four voices)
Tallis Scholars , conductor
10.24 Prom Artist of the Week: Emanuel Ax (piano)
Franck Prelude , Aria and Finale
10.48 Mendelssohn String Symphony No 3 in E minor New Sinfonietta, Amsterdam, conductor Lev Markiz
10.57 Janacek Mladi
11.11 J Strauss (son), arr
Schoenberg Emperor Waltz Birmingham Contemporary Music Group
11.25 Wagner Les deux grenadiers
Thomas Hampson (bar) Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
Piano Concerto No 2 in A
Emanuel Ax (piano)
Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Esa-Pekka
Davidsbundlertänze, Op 6 Brahms
Four Pieces, Op 119
Introduced by Sarah Beck. Prokofiev
Suite: Romeo and Juliet
Harry Kvebaek (trumpet) conductor Karsten Andersen
Symphony No 4 in G Linda Ovrebo (soprano) conductor Yoav Talmi
Bagatelles for four clarinets Robert Stark
Serenade, Op 55 Miroslav Krejci
Autumn Leaves, Op 63 Ferenc Farkas
Four Ancient Hungarian Dances
Africa's top musicians discuss life, art and music with Lucy Duran and perform live in the studio. The third programme features guitarist and singer Ali Farke Toure from Mali, one of African music's international stars. His music reveals the roots of the blues in West Africa.
A Heavy Entertainment production
Dick Witts and his studio guests have a Friday night party and check out keyboards, and Lorraine Bowen writes a song for the programme. Meanwhile, is this the end for the world's most notorious rock band?
Will the music press come to their rescue like Batman and Robin?
A Soundbite production
Richard Baker plays a selection of music.
5.15 Rossini Overture, La Gazza Ladra
Symphony No 3 in C
6.30 Strauss Befreit
(Set Free) Opus 3914
Le Printemps Producer Ray Abbott
from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Welsh National Opera Orchestra/Carlo
Rizzi Anne-Marie Owens (mezzo) Michael Schade (tenor)
Anthony Michaels-Moore (bar) Ravel Valses nobles et sentimentales
Debussy L'enfant prodigue
8.25 Abraham and Felix
Michael Oliver delves into the character of Mendelssohn's father.
Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish)
Concluding this four-part history of the Royal
4: The Search for Identity The Society played a significant part in sustaining London's musical life during the Second World War. But in recent years, it has had to rethink its role as a concert-promoting body and find new ways of justifying its existence. Andrew Green talks to RPS administrator
In the last of three specially recorded recitals to mark the 350th anniversary of the birth of the great violinist/composer, John Holloway performs three sonatas from the 1681 Sonatae violino solo and discusses them with George Pratt. With Elizabeth Kenny (theorbo) and John Toll (harpsichord/organ). Series Producer Lindsay Kemp
What happens when an adult endeavours to change language? Talking in the new language means swallowing a particle of another culture as well. Part of the BBC's French
Challenge season, this is a personal essay on the experience of language, through the words of French and English speakers, language lovers and everyday interlocutors.
The second book of Pierre Boulez 's Structures, played by Piano Duo, prefaces next week's Proms performance of Rituelin memoriam Bruno Maderna
. Alwynne Pritchard also introduces Cinq chansons for percussion by the French-Canadian composer Claude Vivier. Producer Alan Hall