Poetry: The Requiem by Anna Akhmatova
with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Mozart Overture: Die
Entfuhrung aus dem Serail
Suite: The Tender Land
7.32 Flnetti 0 Maria, quae rapis corda hominum
8.05 Liszt Transcendental
Study No 9 (Ricordanza)
8.21 Vivaldi Concerto for violin, cello and strings (RV546)
La Damoiselle élue Discs
The 1940s. During the War, Walton embarked on a series of film scores. The most famous of these came from his collaboration with Laurence Olivier on the film of Henry V. There was also an increased interest in chamber music.
Presented by Susan Sharpe. Suite: Henry V
Where does the uttered music go?
Finzi Singers, conductor Paul Spicer
String Quartet in A minor Britten Quarte. oscs
with Susan Sharpe. Including
10.00 Ciurlionis Symphonic Poem: In the Forest
Chaconne, Op 32
Romance in G, Op 40
10.35 Telemann Du aber,
Daniel, gehe hin
Romance in G, Op 50
11.15 Mozart Concerto for two pianos in E flat (K365)
11.40 Wagner Wotan 's Farewell (Die Walkure) Producer Chris de Souza
REQUESTS: Midweek Choice. BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House. London. W1A 1AA.
Tel: [number removed] Discs
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
from Studio 1.
Roger Chase (viola) Bryn Lewis (harp) Debussy Syrinx
R R Bennett
Sonata "After Syrinx" Alwyn Naiades
Debussy Sonata for flute, viola and harp
Together: An Assembly for Schools. 2.20 Time and Tune: Music Course 2. Sea
Thunder. 2.40 Drama
presented by Anthony Burton. Building a Library
Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake by Jonathan Swain
Revised repeat from Saturday 9.00am
sung by the Choir of Caius College, Cambridge in Ely Cathedral.
Introit: Vi tsarstvii tvoem (In your Kingdom) (D Khristov) Responses: Strumski (adapted)
Psalm 34: Nikolskii (adapted) First Lesson: 1 Chronicles
29 w 9-18 (NRSV)
Office Hymn: The eternal gifts of Christ the King
(Aeterna Christi munera) Magnificat (Arvo Part)
Second Lesson: Matthew
19 v 16-end (NRSV)
Nunc dimittis (A Nikolskii) Anthem: Cherubimska pesen, No 2 (Cherubic Hymn) (D Khristov)
Antiphon: Dostoino est
(She is worthy) (Bulgarian traditional, arr N Kaufmann) Hymn: God of eternity. Lord of the ages (Russian anthem) Organ Voluntary: Trivium (Arvo Part)
Director of Music: Geoffrey Webber. Organ Scholars: Christopher Monks and Michael Phillips.
How does harmony work in serial compositions? Tommy Pearson investigates. Producer Christina Pritchard
Natalie Wheen presents the latest arts news, and plays music including
My Lady Nevell's Ground
6.03 Szymanowski Violin Concerto No 1
6.50 John Adams
On the Dominant Divide
(Grand Pianola Music) Producer Gwen Hughes
Sir Peter Maxwell Davies introduces and conducts the first performance in this country of his black comedy Resurrection, given on his 60th birthday at the Royal Northern College of Music. Della Jones (mezzo) Christopher Robson
Martyn Hill (tenor) Neil Jenkins (tenor)
Gerald Finley (baritone) Henry Herford (baritone) Jonathan Best (bass)
Electronic Vocal Quartet: Lesley-Jane Rogers
Deborah Miles Johnson , John Bowley , Mark Rowlinson
Rock band "Blaze" with Mary Carewe (soprano) BBC Philharmonic/
Peter Maxwell Davies
Sir Peter Maxwell
The third of five talks by Israel Zamir about his relationship with his father. Isaac Bashevis Singer. Israel discovers how his father's stories are born.
He suggests a happy ending for Yentl, the Yeshiva
Bocher and is with his father when he encounters the elderly lady with a long white beard who became
Mrs Pupko in The Key.
Next programme tomorrow 8.45pm
in B flat minor. Op 9 No 1; in F, Op 15 No 1; in E minor, Op 72 No 1; in G, Op 37 No 2
Kathryn Stott (piano) Rpt
Nicholas Anderson presents the second of three programmes featuring music by Jean-Marie Leclair and his contemporaries.
Aubert Simphonie No 5 in F Leclair Violin Concerto in A, Op 10 No 2; Sonata a trois in D, Op 2 No 8
Mouret Cantemus Domine
Rachel Brown (flute)
Richard Campbell (bass viol) Paul Nicholson (h'chorcrf,. Julia Gooding (soprano) Peter Harvey (bass)
Collegium Musicum 90, director Simon Standage (violin)
A Regent Records production
Strolling along the banks of the Seine and through Soho, Lisa Jardine investigates the literary life of the boulevard and the art of the flaneur. Producer Paul Quinn
Jill Anderson presents a programme of Viennese music.
Mozart Rondo in D (K485) Berg, arr Silverthome Four Pieces. Op 5 Mozart
Fantasia in D minor (K397) Berg
Adagio (Chamber Concerto) Mozart Trio in E flat (K498) Angela Malsbury (clarinet) Paul Silverthorne (viola) Benjamin Frith (piano)
Andrew Watkinson (violin) Ronan O'Hora (piano) Repeated tomorrow 12 noon
Listen and Read 1.20
Verseplay 1.40 Infant History