Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Glinka Overture:
Ruslan and Ludmilla
Kirov Orchestra , conductor Valery Gergiev
7.12 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F
Stephen Keavy (trumpet) Brandenburg Consort, conductor Roy Goodman
Suite in the Old Style
Mateja Marinkovic (violin) Linn Hendry (piano)
Deus in adiutorium; Domine ad adiuvandum; Dixit
Dominus (Vespers 1610) Monteverdi Choir
English Baroque Soloists, director John Eliot Gardiner
Overture: Hansel und Gretel
Herbert von Karajan
8.35 Copland Suite: Appalachian Spring
New York Philharmonic
Presented by Nick Morgan. 2: Father, Sons and Pupils J S Bach Preludes (Wilhelm Friedemann 's Little Clavier
Ralph Kirkpatrick (clavichord) C P E Bach Trio Sonata in B minor (H567)
Le Nouveau Quatuor
Wilhelm Friedemann Bach
Sonata in F for two harpsichords (F10)
Andreas Staier and Robert
J S Bach Two four-part
Chorales: 0 Ewigkeit (BWV 513); Gib dich zufrieden (BWV 510) Soloists
Johann Ludwig Krebs Fugue on BACH
Gerhard Weinberger (organ) Johann Gottfried Miithel
Harpsichord Concerto in D minor
Gregor Hollmann (h'chord) Musica Alta Ripa Discs
Piers Burton-Page includes another Birthday Ode for
Queen Mary and a concerto by one of Purcell's present-day admirers.
10.05 Henri Tomasi
Eric Aubier (trumpet)
Paris Opera Orchestra, conductor Marius Constant
10.20 Purcell Birthday
Ode: Welcome, welcome, glorious morn (Z338) Sixteen Choir and Orchestra, conductor Harry Christophers
10.45 Artist of the Week:
Nobuko Imai (viola)
Hindemith Viola Sonata, Op 11 No 4
Roger Vignoles (piano)
11.30 Maxwell Davies
Double Bass Concerto
(Strathclyde Concerto No 7) Duncan McTier (double bass)
BBC Concert Orchestra/ The Composer
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
with Susan Sharpe.
conductor Wolfgang Sawallisch
Richard Woodham (oboe) The third concert in an occasional series featuring American orchestras.
Walter Piston Symphony No 4
Strauss Oboe Concerto
Haydn Symphony No 102 in Bflat
Robert Valentine went to live in Rome at a time when
Corelli's music was the height of fashion. London Baroque perform a selection of his Trio
Sonatas, which are set in the context of music by Corelli himself.
The second of six programmes in which
Martin Cotton surveys the early festivals of the International Society for Contemporary Music and the British works performed there.
2: 1924. A vintage year, as Peter Warlock , John Ireland and Vaughan Williams rub shoulders with the likes of Satie, Szymanowski and Hindemith at the chamber music festival in Salzburg, while the Prague orchestral festival recognises Arnold Bax's Russian roots by twinning him with Stravinsky and Prokofiev.
2: The Talking Drums
Drums motivate armies, heal the sick and have their own language.
The shamans of Mongolia communicate with the spirit world through drumming. Ken Hyder was one of the first people from the West to take part in and record this ancient ritual.
Music and arts news with Lynne Walker in Manchester.
Berlioz Overture: Le carnaval romain
5.50 Berio Folk Songs (excerpts)
6.03 Puccini Capriccio sinfonico
6.40 Respighi Pines of Rome
Producer Paul Hindmarsh
from Studio One, Birmingham.
^.icvcm Isserlis (cello)
Pascal Devoyon (piano) Debussy Sonata
Saint-Sains Sonata in F, Op 123
Steven Isserlis talks to
Chris de Souza about his
Russian ancestry, his exploration of forgotten corners of the cello repertoire and his passion for the Beatles and the Marx Brothers.
8.35 Faure Sonata No 1 in D minor, Op 109 Poulenc Sonata
2: Invitation to the Dance
Marika remembers Isadora Duncan
and Paris in the 1920s.
For details see yesterday Next programme tomorrow
Frank Bridge Suite for string orchestra; There is a willow grows aslant a brook William Wordsworth
Symphony No 3
Roy Porter explores the complex relationship between the brain, the emotions and reason in the light of a new study which begins with the 19thcentury case of Phineas P Gage , who survived a terrible head injury only for doctors to find that "Gage was no longer Gage ...". Producer Louise Swan
In the third programme from last year's Holland Early Music Festival,
Andrew Manze introduces a programme of motets by Marc-Antoine Charpentier , including his Messe des morts a 4. The performers are Le Concert Spirituel, conductor Herve Nicquet. Repeated tomorrow at 12 noon