with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Purcell Portfolio:
Purcell Chacony a 4 in G minor (Z730)
Peer Gynt Suite No 1
7.44 Bach Concerto in D minor for two violins
8.05 Wagner Prelude: Die Meistersinger
Like as the hart
8.32 Mozart Piano Sonata in A minor (K310)
Editor Andrew Lyle Discs
Throughout his life,
Paul Hindemith was a performing musician as well as a teacher, writer and composer. As a prelude to the forthcoming BBC weekend, Hindemith the Rebel, Andrew Lyle presents five programmes of Hindemith's recordings of his own music - as conductor, viola player and pianist.
Concerto for orchestra,
Berlin Philharmonic, conducted by The Composer Sonata for two pianos
Jesus Maria Sanroma and The Composer (pianos) Symphony: Mathis der Maler
Producer Andrew Lyle Discs
from Birmingham with Chris Wines.
10.00 Artist of the Week:
Nielsen Prelude (Saul and David, Act 2)
Swedish Radio SO
10.06 Handel Saul (Act 1)
English Baroque Soloists/ John Eliot Gardiner
Variations on 'See the conqu'ring hero comes" Lowrie Blake (cello) Ian Brown (piano)
10.38 Stanford The Lord is my shepherd
Worcester Cathedral Choir
Malcolm Binns (piano)
11.04 Honegger Le Roi
Christiane Eda-Pierre (sop) Ensemble Instrumental, conductor Charles Dutoit
11.10 Beethoven Cello
Sonata in G minor, Op 5 No 2 Lowrie Blake (cello) Ian Brown (piano) Producer Chris Wines
With Rodney Milnes.
5: Conspiracies. One thing you can say for opera plots is that it's never a cock-up - it's always a conspiracy. Producer David Gallagher
from St John 's, Smith Square.
Britten The Prodigal Son A rare opportunity to hear Britten's third Church
Parable in a semi-staged performance by Kent Opera.
Boys of Sackville Children's Choir
Chorus and Instrumental
Ensemble of Kent Opera, director Timothy Dean Producer Adam Gatehouse
Repeated next Sunday 6.45pm
Watt (bass Bar)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Alexander Gibson
Sibelius Lemminkainen and the Maidens ofSaari
(Lemminkainen Legends) Shostakovich Symphony No 10
Timothy Roberts explores a little-known corner of the piano repertory on a recently restored Broadwood.
Samuel Wesley Sonata in D with Fugue
Pinto Rondo in E flat
Latrobe Sonata III in B flat
Ron Geesin looks at the work of the American pianist and composer
James P Johnson (1894-1955) - the father of jazz piano. In this second programme, he concentrates on Johnson's role as a sensitive accompanist. Repeated on Thursday at
In the first programme of the new year,
Tommy Pearson ponders a few of the significant musical
"firsts" of years gone by. Producer Chris Wines
Richard Baker with arts news, interviews and music. Producer Ray Abbott
from Studio 1, Pebble Mill.
Michael Berkeley presents the second in a series of five invitation concerts to celebrate the 90th birthday of Sir Michael Tippett and to mark the 300th anniversary of the death of Henry Purcell.
Martyn Hill (tenor) Andrew Ball (piano) Fretwork
Purcell, an Tippett Music for a While; Sweeter than Roses
Purcell Fantasias for four viols: in C minor; in G Tippett Boyhood's End
Purcell Fantasias for four viols: in D minor; in F Tippett Songs for Ariel
8.10 The Isle Is Full of Noises
Composer Sally Beamish considers the joys and problems of setting the English language to music and in particular some of Tippett's distinctive settings of text.
8.30 Purcell Fantasia upon One Note for five viols in F
Sally Beamish in dreaming (BBC commission, first performance)
Purcell Fantasias for four viols: in D minor; in B flat minor
Tippett The Heart's Assurance
A contemporary of Wren, Dryden and Purcell, Roger North left a mass of writings about music - noting his own experiences and the trends of the day. 1: Notes of Me
A musical autobiography. With Simon Callow as Roger North.
Next programme tomorrow 9.25pm
BBC Philharmonic conductor Adrian Leaper Michael Collins (clarinet) Holbrooke Ulalume
Gregson Clarinet Concerto (first performance)
Amell Symphony No 6 (first performance)
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.
Producer Philip Tagney
Early Music Network
This week, the venue is
Dartington Great Hall, Devon, where Sinfonye perform ballads and polyphony from medieval England and France. Introduced by Helen Garrison. Producer Lindsay Kemp
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon