Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
Concertino in E flat, Op 26 Charles Neidich (clarinet) Orpheus CO
7.21 Brahms Intermezzi ,
Op 117 Nos 1 and 2 Wilhelm Kempf (piano)
7.41 Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending
Pinchas Zukerman (violin)
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Daniel
8.05 Jacques Modeme Trois Branles de
Bourgogne; Branle gay nouveau
8.09 Schubert An die
Nachtigall (D497); Der Schmetterling (D633)
Nancy Argenta (soprano) Melvyn Tan (fortepiano)
8.32 Quartet collection:
Haydn String Quartet in C, Op 1 No 6
Pro Arte Quartet Discs
Five Songs, Op 104 Monteverdi Choir, conductor John Eliot
Violin Sonata in G, Op 78 Gioconda de Vito (violin) Edwin Fischer (piano)
Gesang der Parzen, Op 89 San Francisco Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Herbert
from Glasgow. Mary Miller rounds up her look at riots and revolutions with some surprising outcomes. Verdi La Battaglia di Legnano (excerpts)
ORF Symphony Chorus and Orchestra/Lamberto Gardelli
11.00 Dvorak String Quartet in E flat, Op 51
11.35 Artists of the Week:
Anne Murray (mezzo)
Vivaldi Lauda Jerusalem
John Alldis Choir
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Vittorio Negri
Variations on "The
Philip Martin (piano)
Repeated from yesterday
Caroline Palmer (piano)
Rachmaninov Variations on a theme of Corelli
Prokofiev Ten pieces from Romeo and Juliet
The Song Tree: Music
Course 1. The Starcatcher.
2.15 Together Stories.
2.30 Dance Workshop.
2.50 Poetry Corner.
conductor Yan Pascal
Tortelier John Lill (piano)
Beethoven Piano Concerto
No 3 in C minor
Respighi Feste Romane; Pini di Roma
The second part of the New York klezmer band's concert recorded at Ronnie
Scotts during the summer. Including the holiday drinking song, Simkhes Toyre , and a rousing medley of traditional dances, New York Psycho Freylekhs. Introduced by Simon Broughton. Producer Alan Hall
For the last in his series investigating popular music, Lord Onslow chills out with Ambient House music, to find out just exactly what it is for those who have been afraid to ask.
Including interviews with MixMaster Morris, Cold Cutt's Matt Black and Aphex Twin.
A Planet 24 production
Natalie Wheen takes a look at events in the weekend ahead and plays a selecton of music including
Rachmaninov Prelude in C sharp minor, Qp 3 No 2
6.03 Josef Suk Piano
Quartet in A minor, Op 1
6.30 Schumann Adagio and Allegro for cello and piano in A flat, Op 70
7.03 Ives The Unanswered
Producer Gwen Hughes
Lars Anders Tomter (viola) Danish Radio Chorus
Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor
Sofia Gubaidulina Alleluia
Symphony No 1
The fifth of ten short talks on defining monents of German Romanticism.
Solitude. John Baxter delves into the dark side of German Romanticism: the state of gloomy solitude celebrated by Goethe,
Kleist and Schiller that has gone on to become one of the central planks of our 20th-century imagination.
Next programme Monday 9.35pm
Stephanie Gonley (violin) Ronan O'Hora (piano)
Beethoven Sonata in D,
Op 12 No 1
Bartok Rhapsody No 1
Debussy Sonata in G minor Rpt
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Markus Stenz
Sibelius Symphony No 4 in A minor
Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832), Germany's most famous writer, was one of the great initiators of German Romanticism but later, paradoxically, a committed classicist. T J
Reed, Professor of German at the University of Oxford, celebrates the Romantic Goethe whose profound feeling for individuality spread beyond the poetic self and finally found space for itself in the ordered world of classicism and science.
With excerpts from
Goethe's early poetry, his novel of love and suicide
The Sufferings of Young Werther , his history plays, the tragic love scenes of Faust and some of the first classical texts. Readers include Becky Hindley , Neville Jason ,
Jonathan Kydd , Ian Masters , Kristin Milward , Peter Yapp and Michael Maloney.
Producer Judith Bumpus
Sarah Walker presents two big names who are making much with minimal means.
Gorecki Little Requiem for a Polka
Schoenberg Ensemble/ Reinbert de Leeuw
John Adams Harmonium
San Francisco Chorus and Orchestra/Edo de Waart Producer Alan Hall