With Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Dvorak Slavonic
Dances, Op 72 Nos 1-3 Vienna PO/Andre Previn
7.18 Corelll Concerto grosso in B flat, Op 6 No 5 Brandenburg Consort, conductor Roy Goodman
7.32 Saint-Saens Phaéton
8.05 Vivaldi Concerto in C for two trumpets (RV537) Hakan Hardenberger (trumpets) I Musici
8.23 Mendelssohn Wenn
sich zwei Herzen , Op 99
No 5; Romanze, Op 8 No 10; Fruhlingsglaube, Op 9 No 8 Barbara Bonney (soprano) Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
8.41 Uszt Piano Concerto
No 1 in E flat
Emanuel Ax (piano)
Philharmonia Orchestra/ Esa-Pekka Salonen
Maconchy String Quartet No 10
The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo
Sarah Leonard (soprano) BBC Singers
Members of the Nash Ensemble/John Poole Music for Strings
BBC PO/Edward Downes
Lutyens Triolet 2 Jane's Minstrels
With Fiona Talkington.
Haydn variations, Bach and Handel in England and
10.00 Brahms Tragic Overture
Bavarian Radio SO, conductor Colin Davis
11.00 Prom Artist of the Week:
Kent Nagano (conductor) Honegger Cello Concerto
Mstislav Rostropovich (cello) London Symphony Orchestra
11.35 Strauss Salome
Karen Huffstodt (soprano) Jean Dupouy (tenor)
Lyons Opera Orchestra, conductor Kent Nagano
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
With Paul Guinery.
1.00 Chamber Music from Manchester
From the Concert
Hall of New
Broadcasting House, Manchester. Rodney
Slatford presents the first of six lunchtime recitals featuring British string quartets.
Haydn String Quartet in C, Op 33 No 3 (The Bird) Robert Simpson String Quartet No 10
2.00 Love's Illusion
In the first of three concerts recorded earlier this year at the Medieval Music Festival in Bristol, the American female vocal quartet
Anonymous 4 perform a programme of 13th-century music from France entitled
A Magenta Music International production
3.00 The Prom Archive
On the eve of his last Last
Night as director of the Proms, Sir John Drummond makes his own selection from the archives. With
Britten Violin Concerto
Ida Haendel (violin)
BBC SO/John Pritchard
Lutoslawskl Symphony No 4 BBC SO/The Composer
Dellus A Song of Summer BBC SO/Andrew Davis Producer Susan Kenyon
4.20 Turns of the Century
An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers. Russell Davies celebrates Spike Milligan.
4.30 Music for the Lion
The first of two programmes exploring the continuing classical tradition of the royal courts of West Africa. Paul Balmer introduces traditional and contemporary music.
A Music on Earth production
With Charles Hazlewood.
Trumpeter John Wallace tackles Berio's Sequenza X with students from the Royal Academy of Music, and Ensemble Bash talk about the thrill of the new. Rpt See also 7.30pm
With Richard Baker.
5.15 Alexander MacKenzie
6.03 Telemann Concerto in D for three trumpets
6.30 Trad, arr Ken Burton Nobody Knows
Producer Ray Abbott
From the Royal
Albert Hall , London.
The end of the Mahler cycle, and a new work for chorus and orchestra by Luciano Berio.
BBC Singers, conductor Simon Joly
Rosa Mannion (soprano) Jean Rigby (mezzo)
Brighton Festival Chorus
Edinburgh Festival Chorus BBC Philharmonic
Berio Shofar (BBC commission; first performance)
Mahler Symphony No 2 (Resurrection)
Lucy Duran concludes her series on the drum and its place in African culture. 5: The Djembe
The djembe is followed from its roots in rural Mali to the drumming workshops of Britain.
Series producer Tessa Watt
A special edition featuring a complete broadcast of Frank Zappa 's last work, Civilization Phaze III, an extended "opera-pantomime" written for digital Synclavier keyboards and the brass section of the Ensemble Modem.
Introduced by Robert Sandall and Mark Russell , who discuss the work and place it in the context of Zappa's other music.
Producer Philip Tagney
Charles Vllllers Stanford
The Travelling Companion
Although chiefly known as a teacher and a composer of church music, Stanford completed ten operas, of which The Travelling Companion, written in 1916, is the last and most refined. It reflects the composer's masterly control of orchestral colour
- and its storyline is somewhere between
Turandot and Pilgrim's Progress. Presented by Roderic Dunnett.
Chorus of the Royal Opera House
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Words worth
The Travelling Companion: