Binomials and Trigonometry
with Catriona Young.
Brandenburg Concerto No 2 inF(BWV1047)
Three Pieces, Op 28
7.50 Spohr Variations in B flat on a theme from "Alruna"
Overture: Le Corsaire
8.25 Purcell Portfolio:
Purcell A selection of songs
8.45 Humperdinck String Quartet in C, Op 30 No 1 Discs
Presented by Jill Anderson. Johann Hasse Introitus;
Kyrie (Requiem in C)
Susanna Moncayo von Hase (contralto)
II Fondamento, conductor
Sinfonia in B flat
Virtuosi Saxoniae. conductor Ludwig Guttler Sylvius Weiss Polonaise (Sonata in F)
Lutz Kirchhof (lute)
Johann Graun Concerto in G
Virtuosi Saxoniae/Guttler Carl Abel Two pieces Rainer Zipperling (viola da gamba) Jan Zelenka
Kyrie (Missa dei Filii)
Nancy Argenta (soprano) Stuttgart Chamber Choir
Tafelmusik Chamber Choir/ Frieder Bernius Discs
Moncayo von Hase
with Andrew Lyle , including Purcell The Comical History of Don Quixote (excerpts) 10.Q5 Mozart String Quintet in D (K593)
10.45 Stravinsky Ebony Concerto
10.55 Strauss Don Quixote
11.40 Messager Solo de concours
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
from the Concert
Broadcasting House. Medici Quartet
Vaughan Williams String Quartet No 2 in A minor
Tavener The Hidden Treasure
Peter Maxwell Davies
Duncan McTier (double bass) Edward Harper Intrada after Monteverdi
Maxwell Davies Double bass Concerto (Strathclyde Concerto No 7) Judith Weir
Isti mirant ...
Stella Maxwell Davies Suite:
The Griller Quartet (1928-61) was the first international string quartet to emerge in Britain after the London
Quartet of the 1920s. In conversation with Stephen Plaistow , Duncan Druce talks about some of its recordings, including:
Haydn Quartet in D, Op 71 No 2
Mozart Adagio and Fugue in C minor (K 546)
Beethoven Quartet in F minor, Op 95 and Alan George , violist of the Fitzwilliam Quartet, remembers Sydney Griller. Also, the premiere of Alan Rawsthorne 's Second
Quartet, broadcast in 1954. A Cavendish production
In the first of a six-part series, crime writer P D
James looks back to 1940: dancing with visiting airmen and listening to the French song J'attendrai.
Producer Andrea Kidd
This week Sara Nuttall and Ruth Davis present traditional songs and dances from medieval Baghdad, Persia and Turkmenistan.
The Sampling Sessions 5: Pop v Classical?
Eliot Kennedy meets Ryan Wigglesworth and Roisin Murphy and introduces a performance of their new work.
with Jeremy Nicholas.
Sullivan Imperial March
6.03 C P E Bach Sinfonia
No 1 in D (Wq 183)
6.50 Dohnanyl Piano
Concerto No 2 in B minor Producer Anthony Cheevers
from Studio 1, Birmingham.
Ernst Kovacic (violin), David Owen Norris (piano)
Copland Violin Sonata
Schoenbwg Phantasy, Op 4 7
8.05 Catching the Eye
First of five programmes tracing the development of art and design in the 40s. Richard Cork looks at the impact of the War Artists' Advisory Committee, set up by Kenneth Clark , which propelled such artists as Henry Moore, Graham Sutherland, John Piper and Stanley Spencer into the public eye.
8.25 Bartok Sonata for solo violin
Krenek Violin Sonata
From Thingvellir to the Althingi: Simon Armitage and Glyn Maxwell look at Icelandic government and interview the President.
Gudmundur Emilsson , Head of Music of the Icelandic
Service, introduces pieces by two Icelandic composers: Jon Lelfs Hekla
Jon Nordal Concerto Lirico
Reykjavik CO/Zukofsky Producer Susan Roberts
John Woolnch introduces the first of four programmes featuring unusual sequences of early and modern music. Tonight, the Composer's
Ensemble, conductor John Lubbock , perform Webem's Quartet, Op 22 and, with soprano Eileen Hulse , the Five Canons, Op 16; and the Hilliard Ensemble with lutenist Jacob Heringman perform music by Heinrich Isaac , the composer Webern studied for his doctorate.
A co-production between Radio 3 and Malcolm Bruno
Next programme tomorrow 9.45pm
First the hot war, then a cold one, filled with the rhetoric of peace. To fight - or to co-exist?
Archive recordings, music and interview conjure up the blow-hot blow-cold decade of the 1940s.
Producers Simon Elmes and Julian Hale
To the sound of John Cage 's prepared piano,
Alwynne Pritchard sets out into The
Perilous Night on a Mysterious Adventure with the Daughters of the Lonesome Isle and pianist Kate Ryder. Also, from the recent CD, the Kronos
Quartet play Mugam Sayagi by the Azerbaijani composer Franghto AU-Zadeti. Producer Alan Hall