Presented by Paul Guinery.
7.02 Gregorian chant
Messe de Dimanche de
7.19 Purcell In Nomine a 6 in G minor (Z746)
7.21 Tallis 0 nata lux
Loquebantur variis linguis
7.28 Mozart Fantasia in C minor (K396)
7.37 Pandotfi Mealll
Sonata, Op 3 No 2 (La Cesta)
7.45 Dvorak Te Deum
8.05 Cabanilles Pascalles de primero tono
8.11 Purcell I was glad
8.16 Gombert Regina coeli
8.23 Reich Tehillim
Producer Anthony Pitts
Seasoned Prommer David Harman
previews the Radio 3 week.
Kabalevsky Overture: Colas Breugnon
9.08 Butterworth The
Banks of Green Willow
9.16 Handel Sonata in G
9.21 Prom Artist of the Week: Jean-Yves Thibaudet
Tchaikovsky, transcr Liszt Polonaise (Eugene Onegin )
9.29 Morley A lieta vita;
0 griefe, even on the bud; Our bonny boots
9.34 Coates Suite: The
10.07 Heinichen Concerto in G (S213)
10.24 Elgar My Love Dwelt in a Northern Land
10.29 Weber, orch Berlioz Invitation to the Dance
10.38 Earl Wild Variations on an American Theme
11.13 Composer of the Week:
Dohnanyl Capriccio , Op 28
11.16 Mompou Combat del Somni
11.26 Tchaikovsky Souvenir de Florence
12.01 Hoist Two Dances
12.10 Grieg Suite: Sigurd Jorsalfar
Producer Edward Blakeman
From the 1995 Chester
Festival. Chairman Guy Woolfenden and team captains David Owen Norris and Daryl Runswick are joined by actor John Bird and Genista Mclntosh ,
Executive Director of the Royal National Theatre. A Classic Arts production
We 're Football Crazy lain Burnside introduces songs about Britain's national sport.
The Hounds of Spring Are on Winter's Traces
The ninth part of Roderick Swanston 's monthly history of British music. The opening of the Great
Exhibition in 1851 marks a turning-point in Victorian artistic life; the pioneering
Crystal Palace concerts bring new music from Britain and abroad; and as world war looms, Vaughan Williams finds solace in the past. Producer Antony Pitts
Boulez Conducts the LSO
The final concert in the Pierre Boulez 70th birthday celebration series, given at the Barbican Hall, London, in March.
Laura Aiken (soprano)
Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin) Boulez Improvisation III (Pli selon pli)
Berg Violin Concerto
Stravinsky The Rite of Spring
It is possible to look at and appreciate an incomplete statue or canvas, whether unfinished or damaged, but it is much harder to make anything of incomplete music without tentatively filling in the gaps.
Christopher Page and Margaret Bent present a tantalising glimpse of such manuscripts from the 14th and 15th centuries performed by the Orlando Consort. Rpt
A recital given at last year's Brighton Festival.
Flrsova Misterioso - in memoriam
Stravinsky Carl Vine String Quartet No 2
Ravel String Quartet in F
Staging the Proms and producing the concerts for radio are major challenges each summer for the BBC's production and technical staff. A rare chance to go behind the scenes for a day and eavesdrop on preparations for concerts by the BBC Philharmonic and Collegium Musicum 90. Producer Nigel Wilkinson
(born 3 September 1695) Flute Sonata in G minor,
Op 2 No 6
Lisa Beznosiuk (flute) Nigel North (lute)
Violin Sonata in F, Op 6 No 2
Elizabeth Wallfisch (violin) Richard Tunnicliffe (cello) Paul Nicholson
Repeated from yesterday
From the Royal
Albert Hall , London.
On the anniversary of the outbreak of World War II, a performance of Britten's impassioned description of the horror and pity of war. Christine Brewer (soprano) John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
Andreas Schmidt (baritone) Bach Choir
London Choral Society Choristers of St Paul's
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Jane Glover
Britten War Requiem * See page 43
Aphra Behn 's sex comedy, first performed in 1677, one of the most popular plays of the Restoration by the first female professional playwright. In a Spanish colony during carnival, three sisters wander disguised through the streets in search of husbands, their aim to behave like men. Their meeting with a group of banished cavaliers leads to passion, intrigue and farce.
Other parts played by Melissa Sinden , Gillian Cally. Jonathan Coyne and John Griffin.
Music by Stephen Warbeck Rpt
The John Foster Black Dyke Mills Band at the 1987 Proms.
Variations for brass band
John Warrack surveys recordings of Brahms's Piano Quintet in F minor, Op 34 spanning 70 years. Producer Patrick Lambert