Maths: Complex Numbers and Cayley Tables
Presented by Penny Gore , including a chance for listeners to win tickets for a Mahler Prom, and at approximately
7.05 Prokofiev Russian
Overture, Op 72
7.24 Marco Uccellini
Sonata sopra la
Bergamasca, Op 3 No 5
7.32 Bridge Phantasy
Quartet in F sharp minor
8.05 J C Bach Symphony in D, Op 18 No 4
8.32 Faure L'absent, Op 5 No 3
8.40 Strauss Duett -
5: Paris - The Final Years
Presented by Colin Lawson. Elegie in D minor, Op 105 Shostakovich Quartet Fantasy, Op 110
Boris Romanov (organ) Saxophone Quartet, Op 109
Presented by Andrew Lyle. Today's programme includes Prom Artist of the Week: Anne Sofie von Otter
(mezzo) singing songs by Mahler and Brahms and at approximately
10.03 Respighl Trittico botticeliano
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor
10.35 Amanda Meier Violin
Sonata in B minor
Bernt Lysell (violin) Lucia Negro (piano) 10.55 Tchaikovsky
Variations on a Rococo
Antonio Meneses (cello)
Prague Chamber Orchestra
11.13 John McCabe Three
Keith Puddy (clarinet)
Malcolm Martineau (piano)
Symphony No 4 in A (Italian)
Prague Chamber Orchestra
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Repeated from yesterday
With Susan Sharpe.
Roger Chase (viola)
Roger Vignoles (piano) Robert Schumann
Marchenbilder, Op 113 Clara Schumann
Romances, Op 22
Brahms Sonata in F minor,
Op 120 No 1 Rpt
Director Andrew Watkinson.
From St Bartholomew-the-Great, presented by Penny Gore.
Warlock Capriol Suite
Eigar Serenade for strings Burrell EnchaÎnements
Britten Prelude and Fugue for strings, Op 29
A Classic Arts production Rpt
Willkommen zu unserem
This chant greeted the Berlin Philharmonic on its first appearance at the Proms in August 1991 under its new musical director, Claudio Abbado. Susan Sharpe introduces part of that concert: a performance of Brahms's Piano Concerto No 2 in B flat, with Alfred Brendel
(piano), and, to a tumultuous ovation,
Rossini's overture William Tell.
Producer Susan Kenyon
An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers. Roy Hudd presents Stanley Holloway.
4.30 Traditional Music
In the second of six programmes of music from different countries,
Jo Shinner meets the group Sierra Maestra, named after the famous Cuban mountain range.
Sierra Maestra were formed in the mid-70s when a group of music students at Havana University began playing Cuba's traditional son rhythm. In this programme they play their first national hit Dame un traguito, Cachito Pa'Huele and No me flores mas recorded in a special session for Radio 3.
An Angell Sound production
The Body of Music
Kati Whittaker looks at music as a healer. Music therapy is no longer seen as a wacky alternative and has had success treating mentally and physically disabled people. But in the US, it has been taken one step further - music is being used to treat Aids, cancer and Parkinson's disease.
A Partners in Sound production
With Richard Baker , including John Ireland
Rhapsody 6.03 Sibelius Valse Triste
6.30 Chopin Nocturne in C sharp minor, Op posth Producer Ray Abbott
From the Royal
Albert Hall , London.
Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo) Siegfried Jerusalem (tenor) BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Webem Passacaglia, Op 1 Judith Weir Moon and Star
(BBC commission, first performance)
8.05 0 Eternal Love and Life-intoxicated World
Stephen Johnson looks at Mahler's attraction to oriental mysticism as he comes to terms with his own impending death.
8.25 Mahler Das Lied von der Erde
Andrew Green concludes his search for the capital's long-departed concert halls. 5: Exeter Hall
For details see Monday
Sarah Walker presents the Cambridge New Music Players in session.
Luke Stoneham Vishnu
Edward Dudley Hughes Aureola
Michael Finnissy Mars and Venus
And from last year's Holland Festival, new
Chinese music by Chen Yi , Zhon Long , Julian Yu , Chen Xiaoyong and Chen Qigang.
Producer Alan Hall
Roderic Dunnett presents a re-run of the first series of excerpts from British operas from the first half of the 20th century, specially recorded for the BBC.
Vincent Wallace: Maritana
A Spanish tale of gypsy romance, infidelity and execution, which perhaps influenced Bizet's Carmen.
Royal Opera Chorus
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor James Lockhart
William Vincent Wallace
Leah Marian Jones