with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Handel Handbook:
Handel Violin Sonata in G minor, Op 1 No 10
7.25 Gibbons The Cryes of London (Part 1)
7.32 Bax In the Faery Hills
8.05 Scarlatti Sonata in E
8.10 Arnold Three Shanties, for wind quintet, Op 4
8.42 Monteverdi Magnificat a 7 (Vespers 1610) Discs
4: Travels and Troubles
Both Widor and Vierne delighted in capturing scenes from life outside busy Paris. But a series of personal tragedies made life increasingly tortured for Vierne. Richard Langham Smith finds out how this darker sentiment pervaded his music.
Widor Chansons de mer
Noël Lee (piano)
Vierne Suite bourgignonne (excerpts)
Olivier Gardon (piano) Spleens et détresses
Yva Barthelemy (soprano) French Radio Orchestra, conductor Georges Tzipine Cello Sonata (Molto largamento)
Yvan Choffoleau (cello) Olivier Gardon (piano) Feux follets; Hymne au soleil (Pieces de fantaisie) Olivier Latry (organ)
from Birmingham with Chris Wines , including
10.00 Artists of the Week:
City of Birmingham SO Shostakovich
Suite: Hypothetically Murdered (excerpts)
10.09 Paganini Moses Fantasy
10.22 Van Dieren
Song of the Cenci
11.04 Havergal Brian Symphony No 10
Adagio molto in E flat
Midnight Scene (Scenes from Goethe's Faust)
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
with Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Ulster Orchestra conductor Roy Goodman Malcolm Binns (piano) Beethoven
Weber Piano Concerto No 2 in E flat
Schubert Symphony No 3 in D
Radio Q & A 2.05 In the News 2.25 Something to Think About 2.40 Music
3.00 A Singers' Celebration
The second of four BBC
Singers 70th anniversary concerts, recorded recently at St John's, Smith Square, London.
Conductor John Poole
Bruckner Christus factus est: Locus iste; Virga Jesse David Bedford A Charm of Grace (BBC commission, first performance) Sibelius Rakastava
3.40 Singers Talking.... Anthony Burton talks to members of the BBC
Singers past and present and uncovers some of the secrets of life on the road.
3.50 Grace Williams
Ave maris Stella
David Bedford A Charm of Grace (repeat performance) Elgar
Two Choral Songs, Op 71 Britten Five Flower Songs
4.35 New series The British Touch
The first of five programmes in which harpsichordists play and introduce music from the first 200 years of British keyboard music. This week, Nicholas Parle selects:
Hugh Aston Homepype Thomas Tallis Fantasy
Andrew Newman A Pavan
The Leaves bee greene
Thomas Tomkins Ground Producer Lindsay Kemp
Tommy Pearson talks to John Harle , one of the musicians behind a special Music Live 95 event called
Banding Together. It will be broadcast simultaneously on Radios 1, 2 and 3 and includes Jools Holland and his band, Cleo Laine , John Dankworth and the BBC Big Band.
Producer Christina Pritchard
MUSIC LIVE 95
Live from Studio One,
Pebble Mill in Birmingham, with guests Peter Donohoe and James Galway.
For details of free admission, ring (0121) [number removed].
Producer Jeremy Hayes
from St John 's, Smith Square, London.
Conductor Lionel Friend
Patricia Rozario (soprano) Introduced by Stephen Plaistow.
Oliver Knussen Songs without Voices (Book I) Simon Holt .. .era madrugada
Anthony Payne Empty Landscape - Heart's Ease (BBC commission, first broadcast)
8.15 English Eccentrics Dr Roy Strong is a champion of museums, gardens and fashion. He is perhaps best known as the unorthodox curator of the National Portrait Gallery, cutting a figure as a dandy, dressing in elaborate waistcoats and a felt hat.
We all enjoy attention now and again, but isn't that a bit eccentric?
8.35 Tim Souster Le souvenir de Maurice Ravel
Nicholas Maw La Vita Nuova
The fourth of five plays by Neil Cargill. The saxophone does not exist. She never has existed, she could not exist. The instrument is nothing more than the concoction of a charlatan ...
For details see Monday
Final play tomorrow 9.30pm
6: Putting It Together
In the final programme,
Cameron Mackintosh talks about the role of the producer, John Cameron explains why musicals need a musical director, and guests from earlier in the series return to discuss how all the parties work together to create the finished product.
A Heavy Entertainment production Rpt
Robert Lepage , the most talked-about director of the 1990s, brings his latest production to Glasgow.
Christopher Cook reports on the opening night. He also investigates the strange life of Ed Wood , creator of some of Hollywood's best-loved turkeys.
Producer Jackie Christie
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Richard Bernas
Dvorak Overture: In
Ives Symphony No 2
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon