The Musical Heritage of the Jews
with Andrew McGregor ,
7.05 Vivaldi, arr Bach Concerto in D minor
7.20 Sullivan Overture:
7.30 Dvorak Serenade in E for strings. Op 22
8.05 Eccles Symphony for Mercury
8.18 Purcell Porfolio:
Purcell A selection of songs
8.30 Faure Piano Quintet in D minor, Op 89 Discs
Presented by Michael Berkeley.
Entertaining Master Punch Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, conductor Nicholas Cleobury
Lennox Berkeley D'un vanneur de ble aux vents
Wilfred Brown (tenor)
Margaret McNamee (piano) Three Greek Songs, Op 38 Thomas Hemsley (baritone) Ernest Lush (piano)
Piano Concerto in B flat
David Wilde (piano) New Philharmonia
Orchestra, conductor Nicholas Braithwaite
The Moth (Songs of Half-Light)
Martyn Hill (tenor)
Timothy Walker (guitar) Michael Berkeley
Baa Baa Black Sheep (Act 3, excerpts)
Chorus of Opera North English Northern
Bayley (bass Bar)
Holland (bass Bar)
Newman (bass Bar)
from Glasgow with Mary Miller. Including
10.00 Artist of the Week:
Richard Goode (piano)
Mozart Piano Concerto No
14 in E flat (K449)
10.35 Weber Clarinet
Quintet in B flat
11.05 Tolvo Kuula The
11.10 Schirtz Domini est terra
11.25 Weill Suite panameenne
Recitative and aria:
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Repeated from yesterday
with Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Friday Chamber Music
Richard Markham and David Nettle (pianos)
David Corkhill and Matthew Rich
Hoist Jupiter (The Planets) Britten Mazurka Elegiaca, Op 23 No 2
Grainger English Waltz Bartok Sonata for two pianos and percussion
2.00 The BBC
BBC Symphony Orchestras conductor Andrew Davis
Berlioz Symphonie fantastique Rpt
3.00 Mining the Archive Time Regained The first of three programmes celebrating 30 years of varied activity by the Nash Ensemble, in particular its regular commissioning and performance of new music. Presented by Stephen Plaistow in conversation with the players, the composers and the ensemble's artistic director, Amelia Freedman.
Ravel Trois poemes de Stephane
Mallarme Sarah Walker (mezzo)
Gordon Crosse Wildboy Antony Pay (clarinet)
Maurice Delage Quatre poemes hindous
Sarah Walker (mezzo) Poulenc Sextet
A Cavendish production
4.20 Turns of the Century
An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers. Russell Davies introduces Norman Evans.
4.30 Counting the Goats Gwyn L Williams presents the second of three programmes on the traditional music of Wales.
This week, love songs, lullabies and congregational chanting.
It's a Record 95
Tommy Pearson presents the results of the students' months of hard work.
with Andrew Green , including
Mozart Overture: Cosi fan tutte
5.45 Grieg How fair is thy face (Four Psalms, Op 74)
6.03 Chopin Etudes, Op 10 Nos 14
6.25 Tchaikovsky String Quartet in D. Op 11 Producer Peter Thresh
Abbey, music by Purcell and his predecessors at the Abbey. Simon Birchall (bass) Martin Baker (organ)
Westminster Abbey Choir New London Consort, conductor Martin Neary
Purcell Blow up the trumpet Anon Unxerunt Salamonen sadoc sacerdos
John Tyes Sanctus; Benedictus
William Comyshe Ave Maria Robert Whyte Christe qui lux es et dies
Edmund Hooper Behold, it is Christ
Orlando Gibbons Fantasia; 0 clap your hands together Henry Lawes Zadok the Priest
John Blow God is our hope and strength: Voluntary in A
Purcell They that go down to the sea;
Voluntary in D minor; 0 Lord God of Hosts
John Blow God spake sometime in visions
Use and Abuse
Jenni Murray is joined by psychologist
Nicholas Tucker as she concludes her series with a look at the way nursery rhymes are used for education and psychotherapy.
Presented by Robert Ziegler.
The Age of Anxiety
The third and final part of Christopher Fox 's survey of the role played in postwar music by the courses held annually at Darmstadt.
Followed by Pierre Boulez 's Piano Sonata No 3
10.10 A performance of Stockhausen's Momente, a work that occupied the composer for much of the 60s.
Angela Tunstall (soprano) Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and Choir BEAST, conductor
Jonty Harrison Producer Alan Hall
Repeated from Monday 12 noon