Talking about the Enlightenment
With Paul Guinery.
7.02 Gregorian chant Messe de deuxième dimanche apres Paques
Piano Concerto in C sharp minor
7.29 F Couperin Audite omnes et expanescite
7.39 Bach, transcr Walton Suite: The Wise Virgins
8.00 Antonin Liehmann
Mass No 1 in D minor
8.42 Anon Epitaph of Seikilos (1st century AD)
8.45 Purcell The way of God is an undefiled way (Z56) Producer Anthony Pitts Discs
Theatre director Alby James previews the Radio 3 week, including the Africa 95 season.
Spohr Overture: Der Alchymist
9.12 Granados Allegro de concierto
9.21 Grainger Shepherd 's
Hey; Walking Tune: Molly on the Shore
9.32 Faure Offertoire
9.41 Geminiani Concerto grosso in B flat, Op 3 No 5
9.49 Chopin Fantasy-
Impromptu in C sharp minor
9.55 Howard Blake Violin
Concerto (The Leeds) (2nd mvt)
10.03 Prom Artist of the Week: Kent Nagano (conductor)
Delibes Coppelia (Act 2)
Concerto in G, Op 19 No 3
10.25 Josquin Desprez
Ave Maria .. , Virgo serena
10.33 Tchaikovsky Concert Fantasy in G, Op 56
11.02 Stravinsky Octet
11.18 Composers of the Week:
Lutyens As / walked out one evening
Maconchy Have you seen but a bright lily grow;
Meditation for His Mistress
11.27 Debussy, orch Ravel Sarabande; Tarantelle styrienne
11.50 Mozart Symphony No 40 in G minor
Producer Edward Blakeman Discs
From the 1995 Chester
Festival. Chairman Guy Woolfenden and team captains David Owen Norris and Daryl Runswick are joined by Nigel Rees and Bill Tidy.
A Classic Arts production
Women lain Burnside introduces songs that spotlight women.
For Love, Not Money The first of three programmes in which Sarah Walker looks at the tradition of amateur music-making in Britain. Today, she visits three very different summer schools:
Dartington; Contemporary Music-Making for Amateurs (COMA); and a Highland fiddle course at Sabhal Mor
Ostaig on the Isle of Skye. Producer Christina Pritchard
See also Tuesday 2.15pm
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor Ion Marin
Simon Preston (organ)
Ravel Rapsodie espagnole Poulenc Organ Concerto Berlioz Symphonie fantastique
George Pratt 's guest Nancy Hadden illustrates a range of early flutes, from the simple, plaintive-sounding Renaissance instrument to the more versatile keyed flute that evolved in the 18th century. Rpt
Vaal Reefs Choristers
Rosetta de Klerk (piano), conductor Wilna Bogenhofer The first appearance in Britain by this extraordinary South African choir, drawn from the mining community of the Vaal Reefs goldmine. A recital given in May of traditional music from
South Africa, with arrangements by W L
Dawson, A Humphreys, R
Emerson. C Lamprecht and B Kaempfert.
A Classic Arts production
The popular image of African art - the mask and figure sculpture of so-called tribal art - completely ignores the developments of the 20th century. To explore the relationship between past and present and how artists in Africa address current concerns, John Picton visits Ghana,
Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa to listen to artists talking about their work before and after independence - or, in the case of South Africa, in the contesting and defeat of apartheid.
Compiled and produced by Judith Bumpus
String Quartet No 1
Repeated from yesterday 9.00am
From the Royal
Albert Hall , London.
Susan Chilcott (soprano)
David Mattinson (baritone) Natalia Gutman (cello) Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conductor
Nielsen Symphony No 3 (Sinfonia espansiva)
8.10 English Eccentrics Lucinda Lambton
Lambton's career as a photographer has been eclipsed by her passion for lavatories, which she finds fascinating and even beautiful.
8.30 Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor
Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet: Suite No 2
RNSO appearance sponsored by Scottish Power
By Ama Ato Aidoo.
Set in the last century and based on an old Ghanaian legend, this powerful drama is the story of a young woman who ignores the advice of her family and marries the man she loves.
Director Pam Fraser Solomon
Panyin Na Kakra:
Humphrey And Stephen
There are over 50 recordings of Verdi's La Traviata, and the role of Violetta has been sung by great sopranos from
Ponselle to Callas and Tebaldi. Patrick O'Connor explores the fascination of the lady of the camellias in his assessment of the recorded history of this very demanding role.
Producer Fiona Shelmerdine