With Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Satie Préludes flasques
7.10 Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
7.32 Symphony Series: Mozart Symphony (Die Schuldigkeit des ersten Gebots) (K35)
8.05 Mackenzie Overture:
The Cricket on the Hearth
8.20 Wolf Nun bin ich dein; Nun wandre, Maria (Geistliche Lieder)
8.30 Saint-Saens Violin
Concerto No 3 in B minor
Lewis Foreman surveys music from the years before the First World War.
Symphonic Variations LSO/Adrian Boult The Soldier's Tent
Arwel Huw Morgan (baritone)
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth Ode on the Nativity
Teresa Cahill (soprano) Bach Choir
Royal College of Music Chorus
With Chris Wines in Birmingham, including Mozart Fantasy for a Musical Clock (K608) Thomas Trotter (organ)
10.12 Artist of the Week:
Frans Bruggen (flute)
Bach Sonata in A (BWV 1032)
Anner Bylsma (cello)
10.26 Brahms Six Pieces, Op 118
Paul Berkowitz (piano)
10.49 Wagner Ewig war ich, ewig bin ich (Siegfried) Anne Evans (soprano)
Siegfried Jerusalem (tenor) Bayreuth Festival Orchestra, conductor Daniel Barenboim
11.01 Mozart Adagio and Allegro in F minor (K594) Thomas Trotter (organ)
11.11 Schmidt Quintet for piano left hand and strings Leon Fleisher (piano) Vermeer Quartet
11.52 Mozart Andante in F
Thomas Trotter (organ)
Hey, Mr Postman lain Burnside looks out some songs with a postal mark.
Repeated from yesterday
Presented by Susan Sharpe.
Another chance to hear
Margaret Juntwait 's four-part series exploring music in Boston between the end of the American Civil War and the start of the First
World War, a period during which American music gradually broke away from European influences and found a voice of its own.
The father figure of the Boston school was John
Knowles Paine (1839
1906), the first professor of music at Harvard
University, where he taught many of the Boston composers. This programme sets the Boston scene and traces
Paine's career, with excerpts from his
Symphony No 1, the Larghetto and Humoreske for violin, cello and piano and the Mass in D.
Radio Showcase 2.05 In the News 2.25 Something to Think About 2.40 Music
In 1700, a music competition was staged in London in which composers were asked to submit their version of Congreve's Judgement of Paris.
This is the first of three programmes in which you can assess the entries for yourself.
John Eccles The Judgement of Paris
Consort of Musicke, director Anthony Rooley
Yehuda Hanani (cello)
Julius Drake (piano)
Grieg Sonata in A minor, Op 36
Bach Suite for solo cello
No 6 in D (BWV 1012)
Ginastera Pampeana No 2 Rpt
James Whale suggests a few do's and don'ts to
Vicki Moon , who needs to sharpen up her interview technique.
With Sean Rafferty in Belfast.
5.30 Wagner Overture: Tannhauser
6.03 Telemann Concerto in E minor for recorder, flute and strings
6.30 Sibelius The Swan of Tuonela
Producer David Byers
from St Giles's
Andrew Lyle introduces music by two of the most talented British composers of the early 1800s.
Linda Kitchen (soprano) Margaret Cable (mezzo) Adrian Thompson (tenor) Gwion Thomas (baritone) Taverner Choir
London Mozart Players, conductor Andrew Parrott
Cipriani Potter Symphony No 10 in G minor
7.55 An Inextricable Web
Vincent Novello 's description of the problems which hinder a wider appreciation of Wesley's music are explored by David Byers.
8.15 Samuel Wesley
Confitebor tibi, Domine
Philip Dodd explores the love affair between art and music in the 20th century. 3: Collaborations
What drives artists and musicians to collaborate?
Last programme tomorrow 9.55pm
Yoshiko Endo (piano)
Nadia Myerscough (violin) Peter Adams (cello)
Faure Piano Trio in D minor,
Rawsthome Piano Trio
As Warren Mitchell takes the title role in King Lear at the West Yorkshire
Humphrey Carpenter presents a review from the opening night. Producer Anthony Denselow
Third of four programmes featuring music with Celtic connections.
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Grant Llewellyn
Edward McGuire Source
Moeran Cello Concerto
Daniel Jones Dance Fantasy Repeated tomorrow at 12 noon
1.30 Music for Dance 2.00
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