From English Literature to Literatures in English
with Catriona Young.
Lady Radnor's Suite
7.30 Quartet Collection: Haydn String Quartet in B minor, Op 64 No 2
7.55 Various Three pieces on the name of Haydn
8.05 Crusell Introduction and Swedish Air, Op 12
Two Marian Motets
Violin Sonata No 1 in D minor, Op 75 Discs
Yan Pascal Tortelier introduces a programme of patriotic music.
Rouget de Usle, arr Berlioz La Marseillaise
Toulouse Capitole Choir and Orchestra/Michel Plasson Berlioz Prélude; Marche pour la présentation des drapeaux (Te Deum)
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra/Eliahu Inbal Symphonie funèbre et triomphale
Montreal SO, conductor
with Stephanie Hughes in Belfast.
Suppe Overture: Boccaccio Boston Pops Orchestra, conductor John Williams
10.05 Grainger My Robin is to the greenwood gone ECO/Benjamin Britten
10.20 Artist of the Week:
Malcolm Proud (h'chord) Handel Solitudini care, amata liberta
Julianne Baird (soprano)
L'Apotheose de Moliere New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
10.40 Dvorak Symphonic Variations
Ulster Orchestra, conductor John Lubbock
11.05 Miklos Rozsa Three film themes
Gregg Nestor (guitar)
11.10 Brahms, orch
Dvorak Hungarian Dances Ulster Orchestra, conductor
11.25 Miklos Rozsa Cello
Raphael Wallfisch (cello)
Ulster Orchestra, conductor John Lubbock
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
In the second programme, Paul Hindmarsh and Trevor
Herbert, who devised the series, introduce brass band music from the mid-
1800s. The Black Dyke Mills Band, conductor
James Watson , play items from their historic repertoire, and the Wallace Collection, conductor
Simon Wright , perform music of the Cyrfarthfa Band from Merthyr Tydfil on instruments of the period. The programme includes a selection from Verdi's
Carnival of Venice and the Tydfil Overture by Joseph Parry.
Producer Paul Hindmarsh
Radio Q and A 2.05 In the News 2.25 Something to Think About: Infant
Assemblies 2.40 Music
Workshop: Music Course 3 Orpheus
BBC Philharmonic conductor
Yan Pascal Tortelier
Grigory Sokolov (piano) Wagner Overture: Die
Meistersinger von Nurnberg Strauss Tod und Verklarung Brahms Piano Concerto No
1 in D minor
Given in the Victoria Hall, Hanley, sponsored by Mike Lloyd Music
Andrew Green explores the best of Britain's amateur choirs as heard at the Choir of the Year competition. 3: Gospel
Featuring the Croydon Seventh Day Adventist Gospel Choir and the London Adventist Chorale.
The Ability to Swing
The best jazz instrumental solo won't mean a thing if it doesn't have a solid rhythmic backing. Sarah-Jane Morris investigates the importance of rhythm in jazz with the students and tutors at the Wavendon summer course and she learns about the art of walking the bass and feeling the groove.
Live from Glasgow with Geoffrey Baskerville , including
Humperdinck Overture: Hansel und Gretel
6.00 Barber Dover Beach
6.30 Tomkins When David heard
7.00 Mozart Symphony No 31 in D (Paris)
Producer Svend Brown
from the Barbican
Anthony Burton introduces tonight's concert in the festival celebrating the 90th birthday of Sir Michael Tippett.
Faye Robinson (soprano)
Stephen Kovacevich (piano) LSO/Colin Davis
Beethoven Piano Concerto
No 4 in G
8.05 We Sense a Huge
Compassionate Power.... The power of music "to heal, to love": Tippett has always had a sense of the turbulent times through which he has lived. Colin
Davis, Heather Harper ,
Meirion Bowen and others explore the effect of Tippett the maverick, speaking out fora better world.
Symphony No 3
Final concert next Monday
John Dobson 's 's 35 years at Covent Garden
The versatile character singer talks to Lynda Powell. 4: "I couldn't see the keyboard, so I didn't know where I was, but it was high, I knew it was high. And when I'd finished he looked up and said, 'Who told you you were a baritone?' "
Final progamme tomorrow
Sonata in A flat (H XVI 46) Christopher Kite (fortepiano) Rpt
Repeated from Monday 4.30pm
Tony Palmer with the first-night verdict on Cell Mates, a new play by Simon Gray , starring Stephen Fry and Rik Mayall. And "the city with all the personality of a paper cup" - Los Angeles through the eyes of writers James Ellroy and Bebe Moore Campbell.
Producer Sarah Barnett
The first of two recordings from the Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall at the University of York.
Emma Kirkby (soprano)
Stephen Varcoe (baritone) University of York Chamber Choir, director
Peter Seymour (fortepiano)
Repeated tomorrow at 12 noon
Let's Make a Story 1.30 Music Box