with Andrew Lyle.
7.03 Parsley Conserva me Domine
7.15 Nicolaus Bruhns
Praeludium in E minor
7.25 Parsley Lamentations
7.32 Buxtehude Sonata in G (BuxWV 253)
7.40 Merbecke Mass:
8.18 Haydn Cello Concerto in C
8.45 Purcell 0 Lord, grant the King a long life (Z38) Producer Piers Burton-Page
Trumpeter John Wallace previews the Radio 3 week.
Nicolal Overture: The Merry Wives of Windsor
Vienna PO/Carlos Kleiber
9.24 Purcell Music for a While
Early Music Consort
9.28 Dvorak Prague Waltzes Prague SO/Jiri Belohlavek
9.43 C P E Bach Symphony in B flat (Wql82 No 2)
English Consort, director Trevor Pinnock
9.56 Villette Hymn to the Virgin
Rodolfus Choir, conductor
10.01 Elgar Overture: Froissart
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Edward Downes
Concertino, Op 94
Claire and Antoinette Cann
Prisoners' Chorus (Fidelio) Dresden Opera Chorus and Staatskapelle, conductor Bernard Haitink
10.33 Strauss Horn
Concerto No 1 in E flat
David Pyatt (horn)
Britten Sinfonia , conductor
10.50 Trad, arr Britten Three French folk songs
Lorna Anderson (soprano) Malcolm Martineau (piano)
10.56 Composers of the Week: Sousa and Joplin Sousa The Lion Tamer
11.00 Handel Concerto grosso in F. Op 3 No 4 Academy of St Martin, conductor Neville Marriner
11.12 Artist of the Week:
Lotte Lenya (soprano)
Weill Mon ami, my friend (Johnny Johnson )
11.15 Schubert Adagio and Rondo Concertante in F (D48 7)
Melos Ensemble of London
11.30 Tavemer Gloria
(Mass: Western Wynde)
Tallis Scholars , conductor
11.40 Lalo Symphonie espagnole
Itzhak Perlman (violin)
Paris Orchestra, conductor Daniel Barenboim
Producer Edward Blakeman Discs
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
Food lain Burnside unveils a lunchtime selection of culinary delights.
Producer David McGuinness
Most turbulent passions tuned to just harmony and concord
In this month's edition of Radio 3's survey of British musical history, Roderick Swanston considers the work of native composers like Greene, Boyce and Arne in an age dominated by Handel.
Producer Antony Pitts
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor Mark Wigglesworth
Schubert Symphony No 8 in B minor (Unfinished)
Mahler, completed Deryck Cooke Symphony No 10
How Late Is Early?
George Pratt 's guest, Roger Norrington , shows how historically informed performances of symphonic favourites from Beethoven to Brahms and Bruckner can transform our concept of the music.
Young New Zealand baritone Paul Whelan in recital with Julius Drake
(piano), including songs by Duparc, Strauss, Mahler, Britten. Copland and Walton. Presented by Linda Ormiston.
Henry Williamson is remembered for only one book, Tarka the Otter, yet he wrote over 50 novels and short stories. When he reached the age of 80, in 1975, his nomination for a Queen's Honour was rejected, and he died in obscurity two years later.
In this drama-documentary, Williamson's complex life and personality are re-examined in an attempt to understand what led him to adopt the public stance that was to cloud the rest of his life and still obscures one of the most neglected writers of this century.
A Tapecraft production
Williamson as an old man:
Lutoslawski String Quartet Bridge String Quartet No 4 Last Monday's Lunchtime Concert
by Martyn Wade.
The Australian-bom composer Percy Grainger
(1882-1961) was a unique personality. Strikingly handsome, a brilliant pianist, exhaustingly energetic, wildly eccentric and passionate about his music almost to the point of madness, he was much loved by all who knew him. This award-winning production.about his life is rebroadcast to celebrate
British Music Year.
Director Cherry Cookson Rpt
Brian Wright presents two 20th-century British composers' responses to
British poets from a century before.
Hoist Choral Symphony
Penelope Walmsley-Clarke (soprano)
Leeds Festival Chorus
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Vernon Handley Flnzi Intimations of Immortality
Howard Milner (tenor)
BBC Symphony Chorus and Concert Orchestra, conductor Stephen Jackson Producer David Gallagher
Presented by Jonathan Swain.
Building a Library
Revised repeat from yesterday