with Andrew McGregor ,
7.05 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 5 in D
7.32 Liszt Mephisto Waltz No 3
7.40 Handel Handbook:
Handel Trio Sonata in D minor (HWV 381)
8.05 Wagner Prelude; Act III (conclusion) (Parsifal)
8.25 Wilbye Draw on, sweet night
Tchaikovsky Francesca da Rimini
Presented by Michael Berkeley.
Lennox Berkeley Six Preludes, Op 23
Colin Horsley (piano) Lennox Berkeley , arr
Michael Berkeley Stabat Mater, Op 28a (excerpts) Teresa Cahill (soprano)
Diana Montague (mezzo) Brian Burrows (tenor)
Richard Jackson (baritone) Park Lane Music Players/ Nicholas Braithwaite
Michael Berkeley Fierce Tears II
Nicholas Daniel (oboe) Julius Drake (piano)
Lennox Berkeley The Lord Is My Shepherd
Christopher Hughes (organ) Choir of King's College, Cambridge, conductor Stephen Cleobury
Michael Berkeley Organ Concerto
Thomas Trotter (organ) BBC PO/Paul Daniel
with Mary Miller from Glasgow, including
John Cage Sonatas and Interludes (excerpts)
John Tilbury (prepared piano)
10.05 Delius Fennimore and Gerda (excerpt) Soloists
BBC Symphony Orchestra/ Stanford Robinson
10.15 lbert Suite symphonique
BBC Scottish Symphony
10.30 Ives Violin Sonata
No 4 (Children's 's Day at the Camp Meeting)
Jaime Laredo (violin) Ann Schein (piano)
10.40 Praetorius Dances
New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
10.55 Uuno Kiami 3Bf (Sea Pictures)
Finnish Radio SO, conductor
11.30 Artist of the Week:
Richard Goode (piano)
Mozart Piano Concerto No
17 in G (K453)
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
with Susan Sharpe.
1.00 BBC Festival of Brass 1995
Presented by Paul Hindmarsh. The final concert of the series features the Sun Life Band, conductor
Roy Newsome , with Warwick Tyrrell (trombone). Denis Wright Tam O'Shanter's Ride
Gordon Jacob , arr
Philip Grange Lowry Dreamscape
Philip Wilby Paganini Variations
Series producer Paul Hindmarsh
2.00 The BBC Orchestras
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor Grant Llewellyn Juliet Booth (soprano)
Catherine Denley (mezzo) Andrew Murgatroyd (tenor) Jeremy White (bass)
David Campbell (clarinet) BBC Welsh Chorus
Grace Williams Sea
Finzi Clarinet Concerto
Haydn Mass in D minor (Nelson Mass)
3.30 Scottish Chamber
Saxophonist John Harle joins players from the Scottish Chamber
Orchestra for an eclectic programme including
Debussy, arr Harle Syrinx Francaix, arr Harle Saxophone Quartet Dvorak Serenade in D minor, Op 44
Chick Corea , arr Harle Children's Songs
Producer Svend Brown
4.25 The BBC
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Andrew Davis
Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet (excerpts)
It's a Record 95
Work begins on the compositions today, as Tommy Pearson goes along to a workshop given by Barry Whitfield , the project's main music adviser.
News and arts stories presented by Lynne Walker.
5.16 Massenet Prelude; Danse (Don Quichotte)
5.45 Telemann Suite: Don
6.03 Chopin Nocturne in B. Op 9 No 3
Producer Paul Hindmarsh
Hall as part of the 1995 City of London Festival.
Andrew Lyle introduces a rare concert performance of the opera by John Eccles , composed in 1707 but never staged. Its libretto, by William Congreve , was later set by Handel.
Collegium Musicum 90 Choir and Orchestra, conductor Richard Hickox
Acts 1 and 2 8.50 Interval
Richard Luckett describes the London musical stage in the years immediately following Purcell's death.
9.10 Act 3
Helen Stephen (mezzo)
Fact or Fiction?
Jenni Murray and her guests continue their series with a search for the real
Humpty Dumpty. They also find out why Jack and Jill went up the hill.
Next programme tomorrow
Bizet Jeux d'enfants
Orchestra/Ernest Ansermet Discs
Frozen northern landscapes have become a favourite destination for recent fiction, with best-sellers such as The Shipping News and Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow now followed by a new wave of books set in Newfoundland or the cold north-west of America.
Richard Coles investigates. Producer Sarah Barnett
Jonathan Freeman-Attwood presents the first of three programmes from this year's Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music from St James ', Piccadilly. This week, Concerto Köln perform music from 18th-century England, including works by Arne, Stanley and Handel.
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon