Maths - Differential
Presented by Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Dvorak Overture: My Homeland
7.20 Gesualdo Miserere
7.32 Haydn Symphony No 82 in C (The Bear)
8.05 Offenbach Overture:
8.21 Paderewski Theme and Variations, Op 16 No 3
8.43 Arnold Clarinet
Concerto No 2, Op 115 Discs
Introduced by Balint Vazsonyi.
Valse Impromptu, Op 23 No 2
The Composer (piano) Symphony No 2 BBC PO, conductor Matthias Bamert
Capriccio Op 23, No 3 The Composer (piano)
With Stephanie Hughes in Belfast, including
Morton Gould American
Symphonette No 2
10.15 Prom Artist of the Week:
Ravel La vallée des cloches
10.20 Ivor Gurney Two Yeats Songs
10.25 Mozart Trio in E flat
10.50 Poulenc Les biches
11.05 Ravel Gaspard de la nuit
11.25 Howard Ferguson Partita
11.50 Josef Strauss
Repeated from yesterday
With Paul Guinery.
1.00 An Obsession with Schumann
The last of six concerts.
Stephen Coombs and Artur Pizzaro (pianos)
Schumann Andante and Variations in B flat, Op 46
Schumann, arr Debussy Six Studies, Op 56
Debussy En blanc et noir Rpt
2.00 Songs of Russia
Rare Russian choral music performed by the BBC Singers conducted by Gregory Rose , who presents the programme. Glinka Lullaby
Rimsky-Korsakov The Tartar Captivity The Moon Sails
Taneyev Sunrise Two Choruses
Tchaikovsky To approaching sleep
Cui Six Choruses Rpt
3.00 The Prom Archive
To complement next
Thursday's performance of Ravel's L'enfant et les sortilèges, Paul Guinery introduces a 1974 Prom recording of his earlier short opera L 'heure espagnole.
Pierre Boulez conducts this risque tale of love in an 18th-century Spanish clockmaker's shop.
BBC Symphony Orchestra Producer Susan Kenyon
4.20 Turns of the Century
An audio lexicon of English comedy performers.
Roy Hudd celebrates Max Miller.
The traditional music of Madagascar, the Island of the Ancestors, has only recently won wider recognition, due largely to the success of the young band Tarika, who have taken their interpretation of Malagasy tradition around the globe. Jo Shinner explores this exotic blend of African, Polynesian and Arabic roots and talks to
Hanitrarivo Rasaonaivo , the band's leader.
An Angell Sound production
Don Inigo Gomez:
The Personality Fix With Julian Gregory. Rpt
With Andrew Green.
Faure Barcarolle in G flat, Op 42
6.03 Telemann Concerto in A minor for two recorders and strings
6.30 Britten Rejoice in the Lamb
Producer Peter Thresh
From the Royal
Albert Hall , London
. Janice Watson (soprano) Della Jones (mezzo)
Paul Charles Clarke (tenor) Gwynne Howell (bass) BBC Welsh Chorus
BBC Symphony Chorus
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Nicholas Maw The World in the Evening
8.00 Roy Henderson
One of Britain's best known singers during the inter-war years, Roy Henderson went on to have a distinguished career as a teacher, numbering Kathleen Ferrier among his pupils. Now in his mid-90s, he talks to
8.20 Beethoven Symphony No 9 in D minor (Choral)
Henry Jeremy Summerly ends his series with some major musical developments and minor strokes of genius. Rpt
Introduced by Sarah Walker. From this year's Edinburgh Festival, one of Europe's best kept secrets: Emanuel Nunes , a Portuguese pupil of Stockhausen, featured for the first time in Britain.
Two of his chamber works,
Nachtmusik and Versus I, are performed by Ensemble Contrechamps. Plus, as a preview to next week's
Composers of the Week, music by three senior British composers in a studio recording by Lontano, conducted by Odaline de la Martinez.
Elizabeth Maconchy Romanza
Alan Rawsthorne Concerto for ten instruments
Elisabeth Lutyens And suddenly it's evening Producer Philip Tagney
de la Martinez.
Hamish MacCunn Jeanie
Presented by Roderic Dunnett. The first opera by a Scotsman to be premiered in Scotland (in 1894) has been described as the finest serious opera of the late Victorian period. This studio recording of highlights reveals just how effectively MacCunn captured the spirit of Scotland in his music, with a powerful story that is tinged with nationalism.
Scottish Opera Chorus BBC Scottish Symphony
Orchestra/Martyn Brabbins Rpt