Maths: Solving Inequalities
7.05 Locke Suite in F
(Consort of Fower Parts)
7.15 Saint-Sains Caprice in A flat (Wedding Cake)
Symphony No 14 in A
8.05 Bossi Scherzo in G minor, Op 49 No 2
8.23 Part Festina lente
8.46 lbert Divertissement
Presented by Peter-Paul Nash.
5: Un peu profond ruisseau ...
Tombeau (Pli selon pli)
Phyllis Bryn-Julson (soprano) BBC SO/The Composer Eclat/Multiples
Ensemble InterContemporain/ The Composer
Le visage nuptial
Phyllis Bryn-Julson (soprano) Elizabeth Laurence (mezzo) BBC Singers
BBC SO/The Composer
with Chris Wines in Birmingham, including
10.10 Walton Set me as a seal upon thine heart
10.14 Mozart Flute Quartet in A (K298)
10.16 Artist of the Week:
Dinu Lipatti (piano)
Chopin A selection of waltzes
10.50 Britten The Evening Primrose; Ballad of Green Broom (Flower Songs)
11.00 Tippett The
Windhover; The Source
11.05 Beethoven Piano
Trio in D, Op 70 No 1 (Ghost)
11.33 Bingham The Past Is a Strange Land
11.55 Orff So brachte
Petrus (Der Mond)
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
Presented by Nicola Heywood-Thomas .
Martin Jones (piano)
Tchaikovsky, arr Pabst
Flower Song (The Nutcracker) Tchaikovsky Cradle Song, Op 16; Six Pieces Op 19 Tchaikovsky, arr
Rachmaninov Cradle Song Tchaikovsky, arr Pabst
Waltz (The Sleeping Beauty)
The Song Tree: Music
Course 1 - The Vanishing Hole 2.15 Together Stories
2.30 Dance Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
Sir Malcolm Sargent (1895-1967)
In the second of six programmes marking the Sargent centenary, Lyndon Jenkins introduces further recordings made by Sargent and the BBC SO.
2: Roving Musical Ambassador
Delius Brigg Fair (1965 )
Martlnu The Epic of Gilgamesh (UK premiere, broadcast April 1959) April Cantelo (soprano) William Herbert (tenor)
John Cameron (baritone) Trevor Anthony (bass) Alvar Lidell (reciter) BBC Chorus
Writer, broadcaster and Tory MP Julian Critchley remembers formative experiences with girls, the Hampstead Young
Conservatives and the 1946 hit song The Things We Did Last Summer.
Producer Hilary Dunn
The final programme of music from the ancient trade route. Not only merchants and Buddhist teachers but also musical instruments made their way from Central Asia to China.
Today, Sara Nuttall presents an improvisation for the pipa - a pear-shaped lute whose strings were originally made of silk;
Buddhist and Taoist ritual music played on the shawm called guanzi; and a warlike ballet from the court of the T'ang dynasty, reconstructed by Laurence Picken.
Series producer John Thomley
Tommy Pearson and his band of student reporters uncover the secrets of musical life in Nottingham.
with Andrew Green.
Scherzo in B minor, Op 20
6.15 Borodin Polovtsian
Dances (Prince Igor)
Franck Violin Sonata in A
Producer Andrew Mussett
Richard Strauss s one-act opera based on Hedwig Lachmann 's German translation of Oscar Wilde's play is broadcast live from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
Catherine Malfitano , Bryn Terfel and Kenneth Riegel repeat their roles in Luc Bondy 's production, first seen at the 1992 Salzburg Festival, where Christoph von Dohnanyi was also the conductor. Presented by James Naughtie.
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden/ Christoph von Dohnanyi
Performance sponsored by the Friends of Covent Garden
Page of Herodias:
Disaster strikes. Simon Bainbridge concludes his diary tracing the process of writing Ad Ora Incerta -
Four Orchestral Songs from Primo Levi with a composer's nightmare. A Morreau production
Four Orchestral Songs from Primo Levi
A second chance to hear
Simon Bainbridge 's new piece which has been the subject of this week's Diary of a Composition.
Christine Cairns (mezzo) BBC SO/The Composer
There are over 39,000 shopping malls in North
America, where Main Street appears to be a thing of the past. Russell Davies travels to the mega-malls of Edmonton, Minneapolis and California to investigate these controversial enablers
- or impediments - to community. With David Rieff , Robin Phillips , the architect Robert Venturi and writers
Walter Kim and Terry Wall. Producer Noah Richler
Alwynne Pritchard immerses herself in the cauldron of instrumental, electronic and environmental improvisations presented on the new CD by Morphogenesis. In session, pianist Suzanne Cheetham plays a selection of Preludes by Christopher Hobbs. Producer Alan Hall