Literature: Sweeney Agonistes
with Catriona Young.
7.05 Clementi Symphony in B ffat, Op 18 No 1
7.20 Vaughan Williams Festival Te Deum
7.40 Verdi Ballet Music
(Macbeth, Act II)
8.05 Handel Overture: Alcina
8.20 lbert Cinq pieces
8.30 Chopin Piano Sonata No 3 in B minor, Op 58 Discs
Presented by Jill Anderson Bach Gloria
(Mass in B minor) Emily van Evera (soprano) Taverner Consort and Players/Andrew Parrott
W F Bach Fugue in C minor Leo van Doeselaar (organ) Johann Heinichen
Peter Schreier (tenor) Virtuosi Saxoniae, conductor Ludwig Guttler
Antonio Lotti Crucifixus a 6 Taverner Consort, conductor Andrew Parrott
Johann Hasse 11 rimorso opprime il seno (La Conversione di Sant'
Ralph Popken (countertenor) Berlin Academy of Ancient Music/Marcus Creed
Jan Zelenka Magnificat in D Soloists
Basle Madrigalists Schola Cantorum
Basiliensis Orchestra, conductor Fritz Naf Discs
with Andrew Lyle , including
10.00 Artist of the Week:
Michael Collins (clarinet) Bernstein
Prelude, Fugue and Riffs London Sinfonietta, conductor Simon Rattle
Burlesque de Quixote
Berlin Academy of Ancient Music
Symphony No 2
BBC Scottish SO, conductor
10.50 Purcell The Comical
History of Don Quixote (excerpts)
Academy of Ancient Music/ Christopher Hogwood
11.00 Rawsthome Quintet for piano and wind Quintus
11.25 Haydn Symphony No 92 in G (Oxford)
Repeated from yesterday
In this third programme,
Paul Hindmarsh and Trevor
Herbert explore the music the leading brass bands were playing in the late 1800s. Including
Beethoven, arr Gladney Overture: Egmont
Black Dyke Mills Band, conductor James Watson
Rossini, arr Owen A selection of Rossini's works
Besses o' th* Barn Band, conductor Roy Newsome
Sibelius Overture in F minor;
Prelude, Minuet and Allegro London Gabrieli Brass
Cavalieri's Representation of the Soul and the Body has been described as the first oratorio, and it was presented with minimal staging in Rome in 1600. The allegorical text describes the human choice between worldly pleasure and the joys of heaven.
New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
Beethoven Sonata in G, Op 14 No 2
Brahms Sonata in F minor,
Last of the series in which
Andrew Green introduces the best of Britain's amateur choirs as heard at the Choir of the Year competition. New Music
Featuring the Sirenian Singers, Cantamus and Cantores Novae.
Series producer Peter Thresh
The Sampling Sessions
4: Conservative Harmonies
Eliot Kennedy and Ron Woodley use pop studio technology to piece together the harmonic ideas of Steve Reich and Philip Glass.
Presented from Birmingham by David Owen Norris and his guest Andrew Raeburn , with news stories and music including:
Haydn Symphony No 46 in B
6.03 Sonata for cello and piano No 2 in F
Producer Jeremy Hayes
Sir Michael Tippett's opera in Tom Cairns's dazzling production, newly restaged for English National Opera at the London Coliseum.
Andrew Shore re-creates his acclaimed performance in the title role of Priam, King of Troy, coming to terms with the tragic consequences of the choices he makes for himself, his family and his nation at bloody war with the Greeks. Presented by Natalie Wheen.
English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Paul Daniel
Acts 1 and 2
8.05 Within This Theatre, upon This Stage
Mark-Anthony Turnage and Julian Philips consider Tippett's daring imagination and the impact his five operas have made.
8.25 Act 3
An Allan (bass)
Following W H Auden and Louis MacNeice's Letters from Iceland,
Simon Armitage and Glyn Maxwell leave the city for the silent north and the remotest of farmhouses. With
Dr Gudmundur Emilsson , Head of Music at RUV, the Icelandic National
Broadcasting Company. Final programme tomorrow
Repeated from Monday 4.30pm
Englands Christopher Cook concludes the series with a "live" debate on the issues raised this week, with the writer Patrick Wright.
Producer Jerome Weatherald
The Fashion Show lain Burnside takes to the catwalk with a selection of songs about clothes and the people who wear them. Producer Jeremy Hayes