Maths: Methods of Integration
with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Handel Music for the Royal Fireworks
7.32 Weber Overture: The
Ruler of the Spirits
Wind Quintet No 2
8.05 Brahms Hungarian Dances Nos 1, 3 and 10 8.24 Puccini Intermezzo
8.33 Schumann Six Concert
Studies on Caprices by Paganini, Op 10 Discs
Introduced by Kate Bolton. 5: An Abundant Shower of Tears
William Lawes 's tragic death at the siege of Chester in 1645 inspired odes and elegies by many contemporary composers and poets. This final programme includes his brother Henry's lament Cease, 0 cease ye jolly shepherds and his poignant setting of Imbrae lachrymarum largo, with consort music by the cavalier composer himself, whom Charles I remembered as "the father of Musicke".
Producer Kate Bolton
with Piers Burton-Page .
10.00 Artist of the Week:
Clara Haskil (piano)
Beethoven Violin Sonata in G, Op 30 No 3
Arthur Grumiaux (violin)
10.03 Rameau Cinqui ème concert (Pieces de clavecin en concerts)
Leipzig Rameau Trio
10.14 D'indy String Sextet in B flat, Op 92
Atelier Instrumental d'Expression
BBC Singers, conductor James O'Donnell
10.45 Wagner Siegfried Idyll
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jan Latham -
11.05 Scarlatti Three
Clara Haskil (piano)
11.15 Vivaldi Concerto in D
Chandos Baroque Players
11.25 Havergal Brian Symphony No 17
National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, conductor Adrian Leaper
Ave Maria a 7 BBC Singers, conductor James O'Donnell
Fantasiestucke, Op 73 Colin Carr (cello)
Francis Grier (piano)
BBC Concert Orchestra
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
with Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Friday Chamber Music from Harewood Church, Harewood
House, Leeds. The second of six concerts.
Let Them Eat Cake
Boismortier Gentilesse in G
Borjon de Scellery Dans ces prez; Je ne puis me défendre; J'aimerois mieux mon berger
Traditional songs for soprano, folk hurdy-gurdy, cornemuse, tambour/ galubet, violin, percussion and voices
Naudot Trio in G
Monteclair Troisième suite
Corrette les yeux me font la guerre; Les moutons; Vaudeville; Bons enfants Producer Mark Rowlinson
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The Song Tree: Music Course 1 - Melody
Muddle's Music Machine
2.15 Together Stories 2.30 Dance Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
3.00 Mining the Archive In the second of four programmes from the Aldeburgh Festival, Susan Sharpe introduces a performance of Death's Dominion by Sebastian Forbes given in June 1971, and string quartets by Britten and Arnold.
4.20 Turns of the Century
An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers. Roy Hudd introduces the Crazy Gang.
4.30 Songs of South East Asia
The sixth of seven programmes.
"It is impossible to see human nature carried to such perfection - even the children of Cambodia are great artists!"
John Thornley presents recordings from the 1960s of songs and dances in the tradition of the Angkor
Empire, with pinpeat and mohori orchestras and choruses of the Khmer
World Music in London
Dirk Campbell meets a wedding band of Turkish Kurds performing for the growing number of Kurdish exiles in London.
A Partners in Sound production
Andrew Green presents this afternoon's edition and plays music including
5.35 Durufle Libera me
6.03 Chopin Polonaise in C minor, Op 40 No 2
6.20 Respighl Roman Festivals
Producer Peter Thresh
from the Ulster
Hall, Belfast. A BBC
Invitation Concert of British music.
Conductor Jan Latham -
Koenig Lorraine McAsian (violin) Hugh Tinney (piano)
Vincent Wallace Overture:
Coleridge-Taylor Violin Concerto in G minor
8.30 Amateur Rules OK?
Hilary Bracefield looks at the current state of musical life in Northern Ireland.
8.50 Moeran Rhapsody in F sharp for piano and orchestra
Howard Ferguson Partita
Spalding Gray Talks to Himself
In the final programme,
Spalding Gray sets out to try and answer his own questions one last time. Swimming to Cambodia? What makes him laugh?
What is his greatest fear? Series producer Jane Berthoud
Sarah Walker introduces a concert of music by "twenty-somethings" and, during the interval, reports on the London Sinfonietta's education programme: players, composers and participants air their views. London Sinfonietta, conductor Markus Stenz
Thomas Ades The origin of the harp
Andrew Daniels Duende
Karen Markham Whirligig Keith Johnson Honesty
Julian Anderson Khorovod
Producer Philip Tagney
Repeated from Monday 12 noon