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7.05 Bach Toccata and Fugue in F (BWV 540)
Christopher Herrick (organ)
7.19 Debussy Preludes Nos 1-3 (Book 1) Livia Rev (piano)
7.32 Quartet Collection: Haydn String Quartet in G minor, Op 74 No 3 Hagen Quartet
8.05 Musorgsky St John 's Night on the Bare Mountain (original version)
8.22 Massenet Que mes soeurs sont heureuses
Frederica von Stade (sop) Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Julius Rudel
8.41 Strauss Duett-
Manfred Weise (clarinet) Wolfgang Leibscher (bassoon)
Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Rudolf Kempe Discs
The Bayreuth Years (1870-1883)
Barry Millington describes the composer's final years - including the first performance of Parsifal and the complete Ring cycle - and introduces some of the other music he composed at the same time.
LSO/Marek Janowski Albumblatt in E flat. Daniel Levy (piano) Grosser Festmarsch
LSO/Marek Janowski Siegfried Idyll
New York PO/Pierre Boulez Discs
from Manchester with Mairi
Strauss Serenade , Op 7 London Winds, conductor Michael Collins
10.10 Artist of the Week:
Dmitri Hvorostovsky (bar) Rachmaninov Aleko 's
Kirov Orchestra, conductor Valery Gergiev
10.17 Bax Symphony No 2 LPO/Bryden Thomson
11.13 Debussy Trois chansons de Charles d "Orleans
Monteverdi Choir, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
Fantasiestucke, Op 111 Eric le Sage (piano)
11.38 Bridge Enter Spring BBC Philharmonic, conductor Adrian Leaper
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
Mozart String Quartet in G (K387)
Debussy String Quartet in G minor
The Song Tree: Music
Course 1 - The Vanishing Hole 2.15 Together Stories
2.30 Dance Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
The final programme in the series celebrating some illustrious musical careers.
The violinist Ida Haendel made her Proms debut in 1937 under Sir Henry Wood and is in London again this month to perform the Britten and Eigar concertos. Stephen Plaistow talks to her and Rodney Friend and plays recordings of Wieniawski from her wunderkind years,
Sibelius Violin Concerto from the 1981 Proms, with the LSO conducted by Paavo Berglund , and Enesco's Violin Sonata No
3 from a Radio 3 broadcast of 1972. A Cavendish production
Es geht alles voruber, es geht alles vorbei.
James Clark listens again to a sentimental hit from
1942 which he heard as an English teenager stuck in wartime Berlin.
Producer Nigel Acheson
More traditional music from the great trade route across Central Asia, presented by Sara Nuttall. Today, Ruth Davis tells of the exotic origin myth of Kashmir, with its interplay of Muslim and Hindu influences. And Colin
Huehns plays polo music and extrovert love songs from Chitral, Gilgit and the Hunza Valley in northern Pakistan, which is surrounded by some of the highest mountains in the world.
Tommy Pearson gives a 15-minute guided tour of Britten's War Requiem.
Richard Baker presents a special Comic Relief edition on St Patrick's Day. Producer Ray Abbott
from Studio 1, Birmingham.
Mary King (mezzo) Andrew Ball (piano) Kreutzer Quartet
Philipp Jamach Dar Amrumer Tagebuch
Elizabeth Lutyens The
Actress; Progression; The Songster; The Repentance of Lady T;
Lady Rogue Singleton (Songs of Stevie Smith )
Britten A Charm of Lullabies
8.15 Catching the Eye
Madeleine Ginsburg looks at how war dictated the fashions of the 40s.
8.35 Philip Cashian So
Lonely (BBC commission, first performance)
Paul Bowles Settings of Tennessee Williams:
Lonesome Man; Three; Sugar in the Cane
John Cage A Room; The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs; A Room
Montsalvatge Canciones negras
Michael Carney introduces and reads from English
Cricket by Neville Cardus , first published in 1945. Series producer Louise Greenburg
conductor Giinther Herbig Bruckner Symphony No 9 in D minor
Where were you in the winter of '47? Colin
McLaren shivered in his primary school playground in a seedy London suburb - but lived to tell the tale. Producer Louise Greenberg
Alwynne Pritchard introduces
Henryk Gorecki 's monumental trio of recitatives and ariosos, Lerchenmusik, performed by the London Sinfonietta Soloists: Michael Collins
(clarinet), Christopher van Kampen (cello) and John Constable (piano). It is preceded by Vasily Lobanov playing his own Piano Sonata No 2.
Producer Alan Hall