with Andrew McGregor.
Sinfonia in F, Op 35 No 4
7.22 Chopin Ballade No 3 in A flat, Op 47
7.43 Tchaikovsky Overture: 1812
8.05 Handel Handbook:
Trio Sonata in A, Op 5 No 1
8.26 Puccini Humming
Chorus (Madama Butterfly)
8.32 Bach Partita No 3 in E
Producer Andrew Lyle Discs
(1844-1937) and (1870-1937) 1: Beyond the Organ Loft Best known for their organ favourites, both Widor and Vierne - teacher and pupil - had in fact a lot more to offer. Richard Langham Smith investigates.
Widor Toccata (Symphony No 5)
Daniel Roth (organ)
Andante (Piano Trio in B flat, Op 19)
Andras Kiss (violin) Karoly Botvay (cello) Ilona Prunyi (piano)
L'aurore; Nuit d'étoiles
Noël Lee (piano)
La korrigane (excerpts) Orchestra, conducted by The Composer
Vierne Largo ; Canzonetta Christian Moreaux (oboe) Olivier Gardon (piano)
Finale (Symphony No 1) Olivier Latry (organ) Producer Tim Thorne
from Birmingham with Chris Wines , including
Berlioz Chorus of Soldiers and Students (La
Damnation de Faust)
10.06 Paganini Cantabile in D
10.11 Vivaldi Violin
Concerto in G, Op 4 No 3
10.29 Beethoven Piano
Sonata in D, Op 28 (Pastoral)
11.16 Warlock Songs
11.27 Artists of the Week:
City of Birmingham
Bizet Symphony: Roma Producer Chris Wines
Jim Hiley concludes his celebration of musical theatre with a selection of songs from audacious and experimental musicals.
with Susan Sharpe.
1.00 BBC Lunchtime
Concert from St John 's,
Stephen Kovacevich (piano) Schumann Novellette in F,
Op 21 No 1; Kinderszenen, Op 15
Beethoven Piano Sonata in E, Op 109
Repeated next Sunday 6.30pm
Lifeskills 2.15 Storybox
2.25 Let's Move 2.45 First
Steps in Drama
3.00 Paris Orchestra conductor Pierre Boulez
Schoenberg Pelleas und Melisande, Op 5
3.45 The Classical Organ Richard Coulson plays the 18th-century organ of St Giles', Cripplegate, in the second of two programmes exploring the vast repertoire of English organ music written in the 18th and early 19th centuries. Boyce Voluntary in D
Handel Voluntary in G minor Camidge Concerto No 2 in G minor
Samuel Wesley Air and Gavotte;
Introduction and Fugue William Walond
Voluntary in G Henry Smart
Postlude in E flat
4.30 Sinatra's Jazz
Mel Hill presents the final programme in his series exploring how jazz influenced the vocal style of Frank Sinatra. In 1960,
Sinatra left Capitol to form his own record company, Reprise, which left him, in the words of his own publicity, "untrammelled, unfettered, unconfined" to make music with heroes such as Sy Oliver , Count Basie and Duke Ellington. Series producer Derek Drescher
Tommy Pearson begins a week of programmes leading up to Music Live 95, which takes place in Birmingham over the coming weekend. Today, he talks to the Controllers of the three BBC music networks - Matthew
Bannister of Radio 1,
Frances Line of Radio 2 and Nicholas Kenyon of Radio 3 - to find out about the policies behind their live coverage of music on radio. Producer Christina Pritchard
with Andrew Green.
Polka de W
6.03 Chopin Allegro de concert, Op 46
6.25 Schumann Overture,
Scherzo and Finale, Op 52 Producer Peter Thresh
from the Royal Festival Hall,
Conductor Libor Pesek
8.10 A Cosmic Symphony Two talks in which
American music critic Jamie
James traces the evolution of the concept of celestial harmony from its beginnings to the 20th century.
1: The Music of the Spheres Second programme next Monday
8.30 Suk A Summer Tale
The first of this week's five plays by writer/director Neil Cargill finds inventor
Adolphe Sax barricaded with the saxophone in a garret while enemies plot his assassination. Original Sax instruments feature in the music composed and performed by John Harle.
Adolphe Sax MICHAEL KITCHEN
The Saxophone SASKIA REEVES A KDMH production
Next play tomorrow 9.55pm
Matins for St Dunstan
In the final programme, Schola Gregoriana of Cambridge, director Mary Berry , sing some of the chants of the night prayers for the feast of this 10th-century Archbishop of Canterbury.
Senes producer Graham Dixon
Matthew Locke 's Flatt
Consort in D minor for viols and violins, performed by Concordia.
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.
Producer Philip Tagney
Penny Gore introduces a recital by the Emperor Quartet.
Haydn String Quartet in B minor, Op 33 No 1
Britten String Quartet No 3 Repeated tomorrow at 12 noon
Letterbox 1.20 Singing Together