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7.05 Bach, arr Stokowski Sheep may safely graze BBC Philharmonic, conductor Matthias Bamert
7.11 Granados Allegro de concierto
Alicia de Larrocha (piano)
7.32 Pergolesi Stabat Mater (first movement)
June Anderson (soprano) Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo) Montreal Sinfonietta , conductor Charles Dutoit
8.05 Shostakovich Polka
(The Age of Gold) Borodin Quartet
8.08 Debussy Clair de lune (Suite bergamasque)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano)
8.32 Dvorak Wind
Serenade in D minor,
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductor
Presented by Roger Savage. 4: A Muse and Four Musettes
Bagpiping and country music in Rameau's operas: images of pastoral contentment, rusticity and the green world giving birth to civilised arts. Les indes galantes: the concert of nations in Hebe's garden.
Director William Christie
Platée: the mock-homage of the marsh-folk in Act III.
Director Marc Minkowski
Les fetes d'Hebe: the entry of muse Terpsichore.
Director John Eliot Gardiner
Za/s: the pastoral celebrations in Act IV.
Director Gustav Leonhardt
with Edward Blakeman.
Ravel Le tombeau de
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Jane Glover
10.15 Artist of the Week:
Peter Serkin (piano)
Stravinsky Piano Sonata (1924)
10.25 Mendelssohn String Symphony No 10 in B minor Franz Liszt CO
10.40 Leo Weiner
Divertimento No 1, Op 20 Franz Liszt CO
10.50 Beethoven Piano
Sonata in A, Op 101 Peter Serkin (piano)
11.35 Strauss Four
Symphonic Interludes (Intermezzo)
BBC Scottish SO/ Norman Del Mar
A recital by the American pianist Mark Anderson , a prize-winner at the last Leeds competition.
His programme features music by Copland, C P E Bach and Chopin.
Presented by Jill Anderson. Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Martyn Brabbins Gordon Fergus-Thompson (piano)
Christopher Headington Piano Concerto
Prokofiev Symphony No 7
Radio Q and A (rpt from
Monday) 2.05 In the News.
2.25 Something to Think About: Infant Assemblies.
2.40 Music Workshop:
Music Course 3. Sherlock
Holmes and the Rogues' Gallery.
Konstanty Kulka (violin) Warsaw Philharmonic
Orchestra/Kazimierz Kord Zygmunt Noskowski
Symphonic Poem: The Steppe Mieczyslaw Karlowicz Violin Concerto in A
Emil Mlynarski Symphony in F minor (Polonia)
John Alley and Catherine Edwards (piano duet) BBC Singers/Jane Glover
Brahms Neue Liebeslieder,
Sarah Walker meets students from the Conservatoire and the Academy in Prague and tries to find out how they differ from music colleges in Britain.
Music, news and arts stories from Birmingham, with David Owen Norris.
Producer Jeremy Hayes
Constanze's Spanish lover Belmont goes to great lengths to rescue her from a Turkish harem in Mozart's Singspiel, recorded this summer at
La Scala, Milan.
Chorus and Orchestra of La
Scala, Milan, conductor
4: A Pure and Innocent Life
Philip Brady takes the Romantic Bus from
Dinkelsbuhl, Germany's most perfectly preserved medieval town and famous for its Children's Festival, across the Danube to
Bavaria's Holy Mountain. Along the way he learns how and why the Romantic Road was set up and talks to Peter Anselm , a Benedictine monk at
Kloster Andechs, about the popular appeal of beer and religion.
Final programme tomorrow
In the sixth programme of the series,
Charles Alexander examines the widening role of the jazz guitar in the late 1950s and early 60s.
Repeated from Monday 4.30pm
Have modern productions whitewashed the Merchant of Venice?
Valentine Cunningham sees a new production in Harrogate that returns the Jewish question to the centre stage.
The diversity of the Jewish experience is also explored in the 10th anniversary Jewish film festival.
Producer Paul Quinn
Spotlight on Elly Ameling The great Dutch soprano looks back over a career spanning 40 years and chooses some of its musical highlights, including music by Bach,
Wolf, Ravel, Strauss, Duke
Ellington, and a rare and surprising operatic appearance.
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon
Let's Make a Story. 1.30 Music Box.