Culture and Conflict - Jews and Christians in Renaissance Venice
with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Chopin Mazurka in B flat minor, Op 24 No 4 7.10 Biber
Battalia a 10 in D
7.45 Glazunov Saxophone Concerto in E flat
8.05 Weber Overture: Oberon
8.23 Handel Troppo cruda, troppo fiera (HWV 198)
8.42 Ravel Sheherazade
Producer Andrew Lyle Discs
Presented by Peter-Paul Nash.
1: " .. .basalte ... echos ... ecume ..."
Pi-Hsien Chen (piano) Don (Pli selon pli)
Phyllis Bryn-Julson (soprano) BBC SO/The Composer
Dialogue de l'ombre double Alain Damiens (clarinet) Notations Paris Orchestra, conductor
Producer Alan Hall
from Birmingham with Chris Wines.
Orff Wenn ihr nachts aus
Taberne (Der Mond)
10.05 Mozart Flute Quartet in D (K285)
10.19 Parry Love Is a Sickness; Music, when soft voices die
10.25 Stanford The Bluebird
10.29 Artist of the Week:
Dinu Lipatti (piano)
Bach Partita No 1 in B flat
10.52 Dellus To be sung on a summer night on the water
11.23 Elgar Love 's
Tempest; Go, song of mine
11.31 Mozart Piano
Concerto No 21 in C (K467) Producer Chris Wines
The last of three programmes in which Richard Osborne , with reminiscences from Sena
Jurinac, traces the fortunes of the Vienna State Opera company in the decade following the bombing of its home theatre in 1945. Music by Richard Strauss , Johann Strauss (son),
Bizet and Beethoven sung by Paul Schbffler , Hilde Gueden , Hans Hotter ,
Irmgard Seefried , Alfred Poell , Martha Modi ,
Wolfgang Windgassen and Gottlob Frick.
Series producer Peter Tanner
from St John 's, Smith Square.
Britten Three Divertimenti
Schubert String Quartet in A minor (D804)
Repeated next Sunday 6.30pm.
2.15 Storybox 2.25 Let's Move 2.45 First Steps in Drama
Dmitri Sitkovetsky directs the strings of the BBC Philharmonic in his own arrangements of works by Strauss and Rachmaninov.
Strauss Sextet (Capriccio)
Schubert Rondo in A (D438) Dmitri Sitkovetsky (violin) Rachmaninov Vocalise
Ian Hare on the organ at Carlisle Cathedral.
Fantasia and Fugue in G Nicholson
Impromptu No 2 in D
Hare Toccata (Triptych)
Parry Chorale Prelude on Melcombe
Stanford Sonata in F, Op 149
In the fourth of eight programmes, pianist and composer Stan Tracey tells Geoffrey Smith about the pressures that caused him to leave his full-time job at Ronnie Scott 's club in 1968 to go freelance, working with his own groups and as an arranger for, among others, Acker Bilk. Producer Derek Drescher
Repeated Thursday 10.15pm
Tommy Pearson launches a week of programmes from Toothill School in Nottinghamshire. Today, he and the pupils take a look at polystylism.
Producer Chris Wines
with Richard Baker.
Puccini Preludio; La Tregenda (Le Villi)
6.03 Wagner Siegfried Idyll
6.30 D'lndy Symphony on a French Mountain Song
7.03 Mozart Violin Sonata in G (K301)
Producer Ray Abbott
conductor Richard Hickox
Lynne Dawson and Ingrid Attrot (sopranos)
Linda Finnie and Pamela Helen Stephen
(mezzos) Karl Morgan Daymond (baritone)
Philip Dukes (viola) Sinfonia Chorus
Britten Suite on English Folk Tunes: A Time There
Vaughan Williams Flos campi
Britten Quatre chansons frangaises
Vaughan Williams Riders to the Sea
Given last Wednesday in the City Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne. Concert sponsored by North East Water
Since last April, composer Simon Bainbridge has been keeping an aural diary of the process and progress of writing his new BBC commission Ad Ora Incerta
- Four Orchestral Songs from Primo Levi , which receives its first performance on Wednesday evening. This week's five programmes provide an intimate insight into the creative process and the difficulties associated with bringing a new piece to life. Next programme tomorrow
A Morreau production
Haydn String Quartet in F minor, Op 20 No 5 Puccini Crisantemi
Beethoven String Quartet in C sharp minor, Op 131
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce highlights from the second New Aura concert at London's South
Bank, featuring post-pop sampler trio Disco Inferno. Producer Philip Tagney
Helen Garrison introduces the last of this year's Early Music Network concerts, a recital given earlier this month in the Michael
Tippett Centre in Bath by vocal ensemble Red Byrd and members of Romanesca and entitled
Apocalypse Then. Their programme comprises music dealing with death and resurrection by Purcell and his contemporaries John Blow and Pelham Humfrey. Producer Lindsay Kemp
Repeated tomorrow at 12 noon
Scene on Radio - Nature of the Beast by Jani Howker : Drama