with Paul Guinery.
Symphony No 1 in B flat (Spring)
Six morceaux, Op 11
8.00 Zelenka Psalm 132
8.18 Purcell Behold, now praise the Lord (Z3)
8.25 Schumann Violin
Concerto in D minor
Producer Piers Burton-Page
Composer and broadcaster Michael Berkeley previews the Radio 3 week.
Handel Coronation Anthem:
Zadok the Priest
9.10 Mattheson. arr Stokowski Air
9.14 Litolff Scherzo
(Concerto symphonique No 4)
9.22 Canteloube Bailero ;
Oi ayaï; Lou coucut (Chants d'Auvergne)
9.34 Stotzel, arr Thlld Trumpet Concerto in D
9.48 Dvorak Romance in F minor, Op 11
10.02 Hassler Canzon duodecimi toni;
10.11 Ireland Symphonic Prelude: Tritons
10.23 Beethoven Piano
Sonata in C minor, Op 13 (Pathetique)
10.40 Debussy La plus que lent
10.47 Composer of the Week:
Serenade for strings, Op 12
11.10 Artist of the Week:
Richard Goode (piano) Schumann
Fantasiestucke, Op 73
11.21 Stradella Sinfonia ;
Esule dalle Sfere (L 'Anime del Purgatorio)
Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique)
Producer Edward Blakeman Discs
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
William Blake lain Burnside discovers
Producer David McGuinness
Open to the Public
Following last week's programme on the invention of the public concert,
Michael Oliver chairs a discussion about the impact of music-making made public.
Producer David Gallagher
Brighton Festival 95
An all-Hungarian concert recorded last month in the Dome, Brighton.
Brighton Festival Chorus Budapest SO
Kodaly Dances ofGalanta conductor Tamas Vasary
Kodaly Psalmus Hungaricus Justin Lavender (tenor) conductor Laszlo Heltay
Christopher Barron on his first year as Director of the Brighton Festival.
Justin Lavender (tenor) Matthew Best (bass) conductor Laszlo Heltay Bartok
Concerto for Orchestra conductor Tamas Vasary
from the BBC
A special edition to mark the centenary of the Westminster Cathedral
Choir. Members of the choir perform plainchant and music by Byrd and Victoria, and Christopher Page and his guests James O'Donnell and Timothy Day look at the choir's past, present and future, playing some archive recordings dating back to the beginning of the century. A thanksgiving mass marking the cathedral's centenary can be heard live at 11.30am on Thursday. Producer Kate Bolton
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New Mozart Ensemble
Melvyn Tan (fortepiano)
Two of Mozart's best-loved
Piano Concertos - No 23 in A (K488) and No 27 in B flat (K595) - complemented by instrumental suites from Gluck's Don Juan.
Presented by Geoffrey Baskerville.
Elaborated by pastoral traditions in music and literature, our landscape is today often seen as a tidy, ordered and consoling haven from urban disruption. But a starkly contrasting vision articulated earlier this century - of scenic vitality with rural industry securing a living population on the land - has been forgotten. Patrick Wright. author of several studies of Britain's ambivalent relationship with her past. examines this abortive alternative and asks what motivated those who railed against the tyranny of the picturesque. Producer Simon Coates
Bartok Improvisations on Hungarian Peasant Songs, Op 20
Liszt Sonata in B minor
Last Monday's Lunchtime Concert
by Marieluise Fleisser , translated by Elisabeth Bond-Pable and Tinch
A play by Germany's greatest and most original female dramatist.
Written in 1926, while
Fleisser was Brecht's lover, it records the effects of an army visit to the small
German town of Ingolstadt to build a bridge.
Music by Stephen Warbeck Rpt
Brian Wright presents a performance from the 1994 Salzburg Easter Festival of Beethoven's choral masterpiece and talks with the conductor. Georg Solti. Beethoven Missa Solemnis
Felicity Lott (soprano)
Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo) Vinson Cole (tenor) Rene Pape (bass)
Kolja Blacher (violin) Berlin Radio Choir
Producer Peter Tanner
Bach Toccata in D
Dutilleux Piano Sonata
with Jonathan Swain.
Building a Library
Revised repeat from yesterday