Social Science, the World and You
with Andrew McGregor
7.05 Schubert Impromptu in A flat (D899)
7.13 Ravel Rapsodie espagnol
7.46 Mozart fxiJltate, jubilate (K165)
8.05 Copland Fanfare for the Common Man
8.08 Stanford Irish
Rhapsody No 6, Op 191
8.32 Quartet Collection:
Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 1 No 3 Discs
presented by Roger Savage. 5: Pagodas, Pashas and Peace-Pipes
"Exotic" dance and song in places far away from Rameau's Paris.
Les Paladins: the Chinese transformation scene in Act 3
Maigoire Les indes galantes: the embarkation scene in the first entrée, "Le Turc genereux"; and the peace-pipe ceremony and finale in the nouvelle entree, "Les sauvages". Discs
with Edward Blakeman , including
Orpheus in the Underworld
10.10 Artist of the Week
Peter Serkin (piano)
10.20 Purcell, arr Britten Chacony in G minor
10.30 Beethoven, arr
Weingartner Grosse Fuge
10.45 Takemitsu Rain Tree
11.35 Poulenc Piano Concerto
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
1, Colin Walsh (organ)
UUA Vieme Hymne au soleil, Op 53 No 3
Boely Allegretto in B minor Lefebure-Wely March in C
Franck Pastorale in E, Op 19
Cantabile and Finale (6th Symphony)
Vieme Carillon de
The Song Tree: Music
Course 1. The Starcatcher.
2.15 Together Stories.
2.30 Dance Workshop.
2.50 Poetry Corner.
conductor Yuri Ahronovitch
Karina Wisniewska (piano) Rachmaninov Piano
Concerto No 1 in F sharp minor (original version) Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 in E minor
Today and next Friday, Simon Broughton introduces the sounds of klezmer dressed up for a 90s audience.
This concert, recorded at Ronnie Scott 's in London this summer, features the New York band in arrangements of traditional dances and new songs in "klezmer" style. Producer Alan Hall
The rhythm of the cha-chacha rings out across the Philharmonie when the BBC Philharmonic's Salsa
Band visits this town in East Bohemia to give a workshop to students from the local music school.
Sarah Walker is on hand to join in the action.
with Richard Baker , including
Morton Gould Boogie Woogie Etude
6.03 Rossini Overture: La cenerentola 6.30 Vieme Scherzo
(Symphony No 2 in E minor) Producer Ray Abbott
Roger Norrington and the London Classical Players presented a Wagner Day at the South Bank in London, exploring the origins and development of Wagner's musical language.
Susan Sharpe presents this recording of the day's final concert.
Beethoven Overture: Coriolan
Weber Overture: Der
Wagner Overture: Rienzi;
Prelude (Die Meistersinger von Nurnburg); Prelude und Liebestod (Tristan und Isolde)
Jane Eaglen (soprano) Prelude (Parsifal)
9.25 New Hairstyling in the Grand Duchy What was the new
Romanticism that energised the late 18th century? Was it European or was it a specifically
German phenomenon? Dr Philip Brady , Reader in German at Birkbeck College, London University, discusses the many faces and the many consequences of the Romantic movement with Dr Hanne Castein , Reader in German at Goldsmith's
College, and Martin Swales , Professor of German at
University College, London.
Wanderer Schubert 's song Ich komme von Gebirge her, sung by Peter Schreier (tenor) together with the Fantasy in C (D760) based on it, played by Mikhail Rudy (piano).
See also 10.35pm
10.15 The Romantic Road
5: Tourist buses and sublime prospects
At the end of his journey Philip Brady reaches
Neuschwanstein, one of King Ludwig II legendary castles at the foot of the Bavarian Alps. He talks about the survival of King
Ludwig's dream today to art historian Dr Hans
Ottomeyer and film-maker Hans Jurgen Syberberg.
10.35 Schubert, orch Liszt Wanderer Fantasy Edith Vogel (piano)
BBC SO/John Pritchard
11.00 Romantic Delusions:
Art in the Third Reich
The German Romantic search for a national cultural identity and national mythology, the emphasis on intuition and emotion at the expense of reason, all reappear in Nazi ideology. They are also embodied by the architecture, painting and sculpture of the Third Reich. Frank Whitford examines the way in which the Nazis plundered the Romantic legacy. With archive recordings and contributions from the film-maker Lutz Becker , painter Georg Eisler , art historians Dr Lucius Grisebach , Prof Werner Hofmann and Professor Peter Klaus
Dr Georg Schollhammer and historian
Dr Jonathan Steinberg.
Reader Don McCorkindale.
Producers Judith Bumpus and Andrew Lyle
Alwynne Pritchard contemplates The
Paradoxes of Love by Walter Zimmerman and a pair of Giacinto Scelsi 's Cantos, recorded in a session by soprano Sara Stowe and saxophonist
Stephen Cottrell. Also, guitar music played by Emanuele Segre. Producer Alan Hall