Running the Country: Next Steps
With Penny Gore, including a chance to win tickets for a Mahler Prom, and at approximately
7.05 Honegger Pastorale d'ete
Orchestra, conductor Jesus Lopez-Cobos
7.24 Bruch Pieces for clarinet, viola and piano, Op 83 Nos 2 and 7 Zemlinsky Trio
7.32 Abel Symphony No 4 in Hanover Band, director
7.46 Wienlawskl Légende, Op 17
Alexander Markov (violin) Dmitri Cogan (piano)
8.05 Chopin Scherzo in B flat minor, Op 31 Arturo Benedetti
8.33 Vaughan Williams Suite: The Wasps
Presented by Donald Macleod , with readings by Tessa Worsley and John Turner.
2: Music for the Imperial Chapel
Liturgical music for the Orthodox rite by Dmitri Bortniansky and Maxim Berezovsky , together with excerpts from Clmarosas Requiem , first performed in St Petersburg in 1787.
With Nicola Heywood Thomas , including at approximately
10.00 Artist of the Week:
Mark Elder (conductor)
Rossini Overture: William
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
10.10 Purcell The Virtuous
Academy of Ancient Music, conducted by Christopher Hogwood
Symphony No 1 in C
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor
10.55 Shostakovich, arr McBumey Hypothetically Murdered (Act 1, part 2) City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra , conductor Mark Elder
11.05 Mozart Duo in G
Itzhak Perlman (violin)
Pinchas Zukerman (viola)
11.25 Strauss Also sprach Zarathustra
BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Mark Elder
The first of two recitals of American piano music played by Philip Martin. Introduced by Rodney Slatford.
Ives Sonata No 2 (Concord) Gottschalk Cuban Dance; Creole Eyes
Repeated from yesterday
With Susan Sharpe.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Carl Davis
Grigori Zhislin (violin)
Walton Spitfire Prelude and Fugue; Suite: Henry V
Komgold Violin Concerto
Prokofiev Suite: Lieutenant
Kije Bernstein On the Waterfront
Leading performers and composers from around the world voice their opinions on British music. Today,
Japanese pianist Mitsuko Uchida.
Producer Susan Kenyon
James Clark (violin)
Richard McMahon (piano) Sibelius Sonatina in E, Op 80
Grieg Violin Sonata in F, Op
See also Thursday 3.05pm
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Alexander
Rusen Gunes (viola) Paul Watkins (cello)
Kabalevsky Overture: Colas Breugnon
Strauss Don Quixote
Tchalkovsky Symphony No 4 in F minor
The Serial Detective
2: It Ain't Lipstick - It's Blood
The serial detective discovers the effects of Schoenberg's new techniques on his pupils Berg and Webem, and learns how to upset customers in a record shop.
From Manchester with Lynne Walker , including
Berlioz Overture: Beatrice et Benedict
5.55 Schoenberg The Iron Brigade
6.30 Gottschalk Souvenir d'Andalousie
From the Royal
Albert Hall , London.
The first of tonight's two
Proms continues the Mahler cycle, and also features one of the first orchestral scores by an outstanding young British composer. Halle Orchestra, conductor Kent Nagano Webem Six Pieces for
Orchestra, Op 6
Thomas Adas ... but all shall be well
7.30 Symphonies, Stories and Dancing Stars
Peter Franklin explores Mahler and the programmatic symphony.
7.50 Mahler Symphony No 5
With Iwan Russell-Jones .
Rpt For details see Monday Next programme tomorrow
Members of the Alberni
Quartet play Dvorak's Terzetto in C, Op 74
From the Royal
Albert Hall , London.
BBC Symphony Chorus London Gabrieli Brass
Giovanni Gabrieli Buccinate in neomenia tuba
(Symphoniae sacrae, 1615) Sonata octavi toni
(Symphoniae sacrae, 1597) Ives Psalm 67; Psalm 90
Judith Bingham Salt in the Blood (BBC commission, first performance)
Ives Three Harvest Home
Giovanni Gabrieli Sonata
XVIII a 14 (Canzoni et
Sonatae, 1615); Omnes gentes (Symphoniae sacrae, 1597)
The second of two programmes recorded at this year's Beverley Early Music Festival.
The Anguish of Hell and Peace of Soul
Musica Fiata, director
Settings of Psalm 116 by Daniel Michael ,
Michael Praetorius , Heinrich Schiftz and Caspar Trost.
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon