Presented by Paul Guinery.
7.03 Mozart Adagio and Fugue in C minor (K546)
7.12 Purcell 0 Lord our governor (Z39)
7.17 Trad Sabosiho
(Georgian healing song)
Symphony No 1 in C minor
8.00 The Great Thanksgiving Paul Guinery and the Rev Alan Walker make the second of seven visits to churches in London. This week the music of the Welsh Chapel tradition is heard alongside William Mathias , Dieter Schnebel and Arvo Part.
8.30 Bach Suite in E minor
8.45 Purcell 0 praise God in His holiness (Z42) Producer Piers Burton-Page
Composer Piers Hellawell takes a personal look at the week ahead on Radio 3.
Watton March: The History of the English-Speaking Peoples
9.08 Dowland Sorrow stay; Can she excuse my wrongs?
9.20 Respighi La Primavera (Three Botticelli Pictures)
9.28 Anon Dances
(Chominciamento di Gioia)
9.40 Coates Suite: London
Concerto in E minor
10.14 Villa Lobos
Bachianas Brasilieras No 5
10.26 Wagner Siegfried 's Rhine Journey; Funeral
10.40 Haydn Mass in B flat (Kleine Orgelmesse)
10.57 Composer of the Week:
Stravinsky Concerto in D for string orchestra
11.10 Trad, arr Britten Folk Song Arrangements
11.17 Artist of the Week:
Ton Koopman (organ)
Handel Organ Concerto in B flat, Op 7 No 6
11.45 Parry Symphony No 5 in B minor (Symphonic Fantasia)
Producer Edward Blakeman Discs
Repeated from yesterday 4.15pm
In a special programme for St George's Day, lain
Burnside takes a look at patriotism in song.
Producer Mark Rowlinson
The Devil Can Quote Scripture As a Gentleman and Organist of the Chapel Royal, Purcell provided anthems and odes for all sorts of ceremonial occasions.
Bruce Wood looks at the political background to Purcell's career and the way in which his music was used to sustain and bolster royal power.
Producer Anthony Sellors
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor David Atherton
Ralph Kirshbaum (cello)
Smetana Vltava (Ma Vlast) Tchaikovsky Symphony No 2 in C minor (Little Russian) Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor
Haydn's two visits to
London in the early 1790s were landmarks in his career, but what did the composer learn from his experiences in England? George Pratt and Denis McCaldin investigate, with excerpts from The Creation, The Seasons and the Scottish and Irish folk song arrangements.
Producer Kate Bolton
A recital given by the young Russian pianist at the 1994 Salzburg Festival. Chopin
Fantasy in F minor, Op 49 Sonata in B minor, Op 58 Polonaise in F sharp minor, Op 44
Mazurkas: in G, Op 50 No 1; in C sharp minor, Op 50 No 3; in D, Op 33 No 2; in F minor, Op 68 No 4; in F sharp minor, Op 59 No 3; in A minor, Op 17 No 4; in B, Op 63 No 1
Scherzo in E, Op 54
Franz Liszt is best known as a great 19th-century piano virtuoso, and many of his compositions are familiar concert pieces. But what was the legacy of Liszt the teacher? Jonathan
Dobson talks to Liszt biographer Alan Walker , reads the memoirs of Liszt's pupils and listens to the recordings left by some of the most talented of them.
Producer Daniel Snowman
Presented by Leslie Howard.
Paul Coletti (viola)
Leslie Howard (piano)
Berlioz, arr Liszt Harold in Italy
Pilgrim's March (Harold in Italy) for piano
Uszt Romance oubliée
by William Shakespeare.
Despite defeat, the rebels are still plotting against
King Henry, who has fallen sick. Hal is weary of life at court and continues his adventures in the tavern.
The dying king despairs once more of his wayward son. Falstaff continues to profit from his relationship with Hal, believing that high office awaits him when Hal is crowned.
Musicians: Sue Baxendale,
Elizabeth Brierley , Steven Magee , Alan Morrison , Valerie Stark Music by Paddy Cuneen Director Michael Fox
Lord Chief Justice:
Brian Wright introduces
Stravinsky's Persephone in a performance from the 1993 BBC Proms. Twenty years after The Rite of Spring, Stravinsky returned to the theme of the seasons with the classical myth of Persephone. John Aler (tenor)
Laurence Bouvard (narrator) New London Children's
BBC SO/David Atherton Producer Peter Tanner
with Anthony Burton. Building a Library
Mahler's Symphony No 8 (Symphony of a Thousand) by Edward Seckerson. Karel Janovicky on new releases of Czech music.
Revised repeat from yesterday