with Catriona Young.
7.05 Wagner Prelude (Die Meistersinger)
Berlin PO/Klaus Tennstedt
7.15 Lennox Berkeley Polka, Op 5a Christopher Headington (piano)
7.20 Cui Prelude (The Buccaneer)
Czechoslovak Radio SO/ Robert Stankovsky
7.30 Quartet Collection:
Haydn String Quartet in G, Op 9 No 3
Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet
8.05 Handel Overture:
Music for the Royal
8.35 Mahler Suite from works by Bach
Berlin Radio SO/
Jesus Lopez-Cobos Discs
Roderick Swanston talks to
Sir Colin Davis , a conductor renowned for his interpretation of Sibelius's orchestral works.
Tapiola: Symphony No 7 Boston SO/Colin Davis Andante Festivo
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by The Composer Discs
with Andrew Lyle
. Smetana Concert Study in C
Jitka Cechova (piano)
10.10 Mozart Overture: Der
Salzburg Mozarteum, conductor Sandor Vegh
10.15 Artist of the Week:
Jascha Heifetz (violin) Walton Violin Concerto
Philharmonia Orchestra/ The Composer
10.45 Debussy Beau Soir; Fleur
Penelope Walmsley-Clark (soprano)
Terence Allbright (piano)
10.50 Francois Couperln Trio Sonata (La Steinquerque)
John Holloway (violin) L'Ecole d'Orphee
11.00 Krommer Octet
Partita in F, Op 57 London Winds
BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Tadaaki Otaka
Repeated from yesterday
Lynsey Marsh (clarinet) Zoe Solomon (piano)
The second in a series of lunchtime concerts from St George's, Brandon Hill ,
Bristol, featuring the music of Mendelssohn. Presented by Lucy Longhurst.
Weber Grand Duo Concertant
Sonata in E flat
Fantasiestucke, Op 111 A Classic Arts production
The Song Tree: Music
Course 1. The Starcatcher
2.15 Together Stories 2.30 Dance Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
In the second of four concerts recorded in Jesus College Chapel, Cambridge, earlier this year. the Hilliard Ensemble perform music from the 15th-century Prague manuscript The
Codex Specialnik. During the interval, John Potter of the Hilliard Ensemble discusses the repertoire with fellow festival artist Benjamin Bagby of Sequentia.
A Magenta Music International production
Keith Howard presents traditional music from North
Korea. The "Dearly Beloved and Sagacious Leader", the late Kim II Sung, promoted a heroic, contemporary view of folk culture, but today many North Korean musicians have rediscovered their pastoral past, building updated versions of the old instruments, many of which had fallen into disuse: harps, zithers, folk-fiddles, the taegum and tanso flutes, and the oboe known as chang soenap - which was originally the ancient shawn imported in the Middle Ages along the trade routes from Central Asia. Producer John Thornley
Tommy Pearson travels around the musical world of Dorset on his flying semi-quaver.
with Richard Baker.
Elgar Overture: Froissart
6.03 Debussy Feux d'artifice (Preludes. Book 2)
6.30 Tchaikovsky Waltz: Czardas (Swan Lake)
7.03 Brttten Three Early Songs: Beware: 0 that I ne 'er had married; The Clerk Producer Ray Abbott
from the Royal
Festival Hall, London.
Vladimir Ashkenazy Cristina Ortiz (piano) Schumann Overture:
Hermann und Dorothea
Introduction and Allegro Appassionata
8.00 Adolph Menzel : A Late Romantic
In the early 1900s Adolph Menzel was the most famous if least known artist in Germany. A reclusive dwarf with a large head. he was nicknamed "the poisonous mushroom". Yet his paintings won him success and public honours. John Leighton. curator of 19th-century paintings in the National
Gallery, London, reconsiders his career and achievement.
8.20 Mahler Symphony No 5
In the last of his excursions into the dogma-eats-dogma world of academe.
Russell Davies feels the bracing breeze of the New
5: Uneasy Chairs
Schnittke Piano Quartet (1989)
Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat. Op 44
The musical achievements of the composer, transcriber and journalist
Philip Heseltine (alias Peter Warlock ) vie for attention with his image as a womaniser who dabbled in the occult and was over-fond of drink. To mark the centenary of his birth,
Andrew Green attempts the daunting task of summing up one of the great characters of English music in the 20th century and assesses how far the compositions are the key to understanding the complexities of the man. Producer Fiona Shelmerdine
Alwynne Pritchard introduces Gyorgy Ligetl 's two string quartets, the first. called Metamorphoses nocturnes, completed in 1954 and the second from
15 years later. Played by the Arditti Quartet.
Also tonight, avant-garde Romanian music by lancu
Dumitrescu: Pierres Sacrees
(1991) for prepared pianos and metal objects. Producer Alan Hall