Arts Foundation Course:
With Andrew McGregor.
7.05 J C Bach Symphony in G, Op 3 No 6
7.14 Copland Quiet City
7.35 Suk Fantasy in G minor, Op 24
8.05 Mouret Suite de symphonies (Fanfares)
8.12 Sibelius Valse triste
8.32 Haydn Piano Sonata in A (H XVI 30)
Producer Chris de Souza Discs
Lewis Foreman surveys the music of an unexpected radical.
I was glad
Cambridge University Musical Society
King's College Chapel Choir Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Philip Ledger
Fantasie-Sonata in B minor
Erich Gruenberg (violin) Roger Vignoles (piano)
Piano Concerto in F sharp Piers Lane (piano)
BBC SO/Charles Peebles Producer Paul Hindmarsh
Presented by Chris Wines in Birmingham. This week, featuring music written for the one-armed virtuoso pianist Paul Wittgenstein.
Britten Overture: Canadian
10.19 Chopin Introduction and Variations on a Theme from Herold's "Ludovic"
Martin Roscoe (piano)
10.28 Artist of the Week:
Frans Briiggen (flute)
Bach Partita in A minor
10.52 Schubert Standchen
Sarah Walker (mezzo)
Graham Johnson (piano)
Variations on a Polish Folk
Martin Roscoe (piano)
11.20 Bach Kyrie (Mass in B minor, BWV 232)
Netherlands Chamber Choir
Orchestra of the 18th
11.35 Britten Diversions for piano left hand
Leon Fleisher (piano) ECO/Steuart Bedford Producer Chris Wines
A Journey in Search of Forgotten Musicals
In the second of six programmes, Mark Steyn unearths forgotten works by master lyricist Oscar
Hammerstein II to mark the centenary of his birth. James Hammerstein remembers his father's resilience in the lean years between Show Boat and Oklahoma!, and Ted Chapin of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Trust talks about some of the shows that failed to make the record books - Me and Juliet, Allegro and the ill-fated Pipe Dream, based on a John Steinbeck novel and recalled by the writer's widow, Elaine Steinbeck. A Cat's Whiskers/Rewind production
Repeated Friday at 12 midnight
Presented by Susan Sharpe.
Mozart String Quartet in D
Elgar String Quartet in E minor
The Song Tree 2.15
Storybox 2.25 Let's Move
2.45 Frst Steps in Drama
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Andrew Davis
Peter Donohoe (piano)
Webern Six Pieces, Op 6
Schoenberg Piano Concerto
Sophie Yates plays the Hitchcock harpsichord at Lyme Park, near Stockport. Music by Blow, Chilcot, Croft and Richard Jones.
Devils Brian Morton concludes his series about jazz in the Third Reich. In the wake of the Nazis' defeat in 1945 came a style of music known as Trimmer Jazz - jazz from the rubble - and this provided a basis for a new and distinctive way of playing, whose influence can still be heard in the work of today's German jazz artists.
A Gleneagle production
Tommy Pearson begins a week of programmes taking an inside look at the music magazine industry. Producer Chris Wines
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With Richard Baker.
Shostakovich Jazz Suite
6.03 Telemann Concerto
Grosso in G (Polonois)
6.30 Haydn String Quartet in E flat, Op 33 No 2 (Joke) Producer Ray Abbott
With Stephen Johnson. Jane Eaglen (soprano)
Liliana Nichiteanu (mezzo) Endrik Wottrich (tenor) Robert Lloyd (bass)
Edinburgh Festival Chorus Gustav Mahler Youth
Orchestra/Claudio Abbado Bruckner Symphony No 9 Te Deum
Given last month in the Usher Hall
See also Wednesday 7.30pm
Four programmes this week in which Philip Dodd explores the love affair between art and music in the 20th century.
1: The New Century
How painting and sculpture have come to aspire to the condition of music.
A Track Record production
Next programme Wednesday .9pm
In the last of the series,
Abdel Karim El Kabli ,
Sudanese poet, musician and composer, talks to
Lucy Duran and plays the oud, or lute. Rpt
Three 17th-century magnificats, by Giovanni Gabrieli, Praetorius and Schutz, performed at the 1993 Herne Early Music Days by the Schutz Academy/Howard Arman.
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell
present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.'
Producer Philip Tagney
Penny Gore presents the second of three Czech programmes, including
Dvorak Violin Sonata in F,
Anthony Marwood (violin) William Howard (piano)
Janacek String Quartet No 1 (Kreutzer Sonata) Brodsky Quartet and rarely heard piano pieces by Smetana, played by William Howard.
Repeated tomorrow at 12 noon
1.20 Singing Together