Modern Art: Pissarro and the Politics of Perception
Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
Nocturne in B, Op 40 Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Partita No 5 in G
Glenn Gould (piano)
Ballet Suite No 3
8.05 Mendelssohn, transcr Liszt
Wedding March (A
Midsummer Night's Dream) Georges Cziffra (piano)
Un bel di (Madama Butterfly)
Victoria de los Angeles (soprano)
Rome Opera House Orchestra, conductor
8.32 Quartet Collection: Haydn
String Quartet in F, Op 74 No 2
Dartington Quartet Discs
Kappellmeister in Dresden (1843-1848)
Barry Millington explores
Wagner's short-lived career as a court musician, ending with the revolution of 1848 and exile.
Cantata: Der Tag erscheint Bamberg Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor
Karl Anton Rickenbacher
BBC SO, conductor John Pritchard
An Webers Grabe
Bamberg Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Karl Anton Rickenbacher
Das Liebesmahl der
New York Philharmonic
with Susan Sharpe. Every item in this morning's programme has an alternative. You choose which gets played.
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Producer Chris de Souza Discs Request for future programmes to: Midweek Choice, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA or telephone [number removed]
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Repeated from yesterday
from the Wigmore Hall, London.
Todd Crow (piano) Haydn Piano Sonata in C minor (H XVI 20)
Schumann Humoreske in B flat, Op 20
Together: An Assembly for Schools 2.20 Time and Tune: Music Course 2 - Dig It 2.40 Drama Workshop
with Richard Osborne.
Building a Library
Handel's Concerti grossi, Op 6 by Lionel Salter.
Revised repeat from Saturday
Introit: Richard de Castre's
Prayer to Jesus (Terry) Responses: McCree
Psalm 78 (Goss, Barnby)
First Lesson: Jeremiah 20, w 7-end
Magdalenae Oxoniense (Leighton)
Second Lesson: John 8, w 12-20
Anthem: Thee will I love
Organ Voluntary: Rhapsody No 3 in C sharp minor (Howells)
Rector Chori Paul Hale
Assistant Organist Philip Rushforth
Tommy Pearson finds out why some composers decided to stay in Germany while the Second World War was raging and talks to Dr Thomas Gayda.
Producer Christina Pritchard
Natalie Wheen with arts news, interviews and music, including
Schubert Overture in F for piano duet (D675)
6.03 Delibes Les fleurs me paraissent plus belles (Lakme)
6.30 Falla En el Generalife
(Nights in the Gardens of Spain)
7.03 Weill Pride (The Seven Deadly Sins)
Producer Edward Blakeman
from the Royal Festival Hall,
Antonio Meneses (cello)
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Handel, arr Elgar Overture in D minor
Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor
When his Second
Symphony was premiered, Elgar made his famous comment about the audience: "What is the matter with them....? They sit there like a lot of stuffed pigs." To discuss the piece and its significance in the composer's output, biographers Jerrold Northrop Moore and Michael Kennedy are joined by lecturer Robert Meikle and Stephen Banfield , Elgar Professor of Music at
Birmingham University. Rpt
8.30 Elgar Symphony No 2 Sponsored by Land Rover
Michael Carney introduces and reads from Battlefields in Britain by C V Wedgwood, first published in 1944. Final programme Friday 9.30pm
Phantasm perform a selection of Byrd In Nomines and Purcell
Fantasies on period instruments. Presented by the group's director, Laurence Dreyfus.
A Floating Earth production
Lisa Jardine investigates the new edition of the Arden Shakespeare - billed as state-of-the-art and definitive - with editor
David Scott Kastan. Plus the first-night verdict on a new production of Mozart's Don Giovanni at English National Opera.
Producer Louise Swan
Jill Anderson presents unusual chamber music performed by the Fibonacci Sequence.
Saint-Sains Septet in E flat, Op 65
Nielsen Serenato in vano
Damase Trio for flute, cello and harp
Martinu La revue de cuisine Repeated tomorrow 12 noon
Triple Bill - The Haunting. 3
1.30 Come and Praise
Special 2.00 German 12-14: Radio Aktiv