Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
Concerto in G for 4 unaccompanied violins Collegium Musicum 90
7.15 Mozart 12 Variations on "Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman" (K265)
Andras Schiff (piano)
7.44 Franck Le chasseur maudit -
Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Muti
8.05 Prokofiev The
Montagues and Capulets (Romeo and Juliet, Op 64) New York Philharmonic, conductor Dmitri
8.10 Franz Lachner Herbst
Joan Sutherland (soprano) Barry Tuckwell (horn)
Richard Bonynge (piano)
Don Juan , Op 20
Georg Solti Discs
presented by Misha Donat. Warum ist das Licht gegeben, Op 74 No 1
Corydon Singers, conductor Matthew Best
Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op 115
Reginald Kell (clarinet) Busch Quartet
Name, Op 82
Berlin Radio Chorus
Orchestra, conductor Claudio Abbado
from Glasgow. Mary Miller continues her musical reflection of some famous riots and revolutions.
Saint-Saens Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Op 28
10.20 Verdi Giovanna d'Arco
Ambrosia Opera Chorus London Symphony
BBC Scottish SO/ Stewart Robertson
String Quartet in F (K168) Amadeus Quartet
11.30 Artist of the Week:
Anne Murray (mezzo)
Mahler Lieder Eines
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Atherton
Rptd from yesterday 11.30pm
George Lloyd Symphony No 5 conducted by the Composer
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'
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Martyn Brabbins Stephanie Gonley (violin) Tim Hugh (cello) Borodin
Prince Igor Brahms Double Concerto in A minor
Symphony No 1 in G minor (Winter Daydreams)
Christopher Kite (fortepiano)
J C Bach Sonata in G,
Op 17 No 4
Mozart Sonata in D (K311) Rpt
Lord Onslow is back in the House to explain everything you need to know modern musical genres. Today, he takes a break from life as a country earl to probe the inner-city beat of jungle music - and explain it to all those young people and parents who have been afraid to ask.
Including interviews with top producer Danny D,
DJ Die and Sonny Orhan.
Music, news and arts stories live from Glasgow with Geoffrey Baskerville.
Chabrier's opera so fired the enthusiasm of Maurice Ravel that he said: "I would rather have written Le roi malgré lui than The Ring." This performance is broadcast live from the Grand Theatre, Leeds, the first British staging by Opera North. Jeremy Sams and Michael Wilcox have provided a new English version for this production, which Jeremy Sams has also directed.
Chorus of Opera North English Northern
8.10 The James Naughtie Interview
James Naughtie talks with Jeremy Sams , director and translator of this production.
8.25 Part 2
9.15 New Light on Chabrier Gerald Larner and Roy Howat talk to
edward Blakeman about aspects of the composer revealed in his newly-published letters.
9.30 Part 3
Concert sponsored by Manchester Airport
The fourth of ten short talks on defining moments of German Romanticism.
Falling in Love Again
Deep, passionate yearning and the agony of unrequited love. Sarah O'Brien Twohig considers the legacy of their lovelorn souls.
Next programme tomorrow 8.55pm
A selection of piano duets by Chabrier's contemporary, Louis Theodore Gouvy including the Impromptu (Ghiribizzi, Op 83) and Sonata in F, Op 51.
Yaara Tal and Andreas Groethuysen (piano duet).
In the light of a major new exhibition at the Tate Gallery in London, Roy Porter looks back at the career of painter, dandy, wit and author of the The Gentle Art of Making Enemies, James McNeill Whistler.
Producer Neil Trevithick
Songs of Death lain Burnside presents three very different views of death as expressed in song. Musorgsky Songs and Dances of Death
Dmitri Hvorostovsky (bar) Kirov Orchestra, St
Petersburg/Valery Gergiev Brahms Denne es gehet dem Menschen, 0 Tod, wie bitter bist du (Four Serious Songs, Op 121)
Robert Hall (bass)
Andras Schiff (piano) George Crumb Songs,
Drones and Refrains of Death
Sanford Sylvan (baritone) Speculum Musicae
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon
Let's Make a Story 1.30 Music Box