With Fiona Talkington.
7.02 Kodaly Pange lingua BBC Singers
Margaret Phillips (organ), conductor Simon Joly
7.16 Prokofiev Sinfonietta, Op 48
7.40 Suk Fantastic
Scherzo, Op 25
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Christopher Adey
8.00 Mozart Mass in C
(K317) (Coronation) Soloists
Arnold Schoenberg Choir Vienna Hofburgkapella Choralschola
Vienna Concentus Musicus/ Nikolaus Harnoncourt
8.27 Purcell Sing unto
God, 0 ye kingdoms of the earth (Z52)
Michael George (bass)
Choir of New College, Oxford The King's Consort, director Robert King
8.34 Kodaly Laudes organi BBC Singers
Margaret Phillips (organ), conductor Simon Joly Producer Antony Pitts
Jazz writer Alun Morgan previews the Radio 3 week.
Gershwin Overture: Strike
Up the Band
9.11 Granados The Maiden and the Nightingale
9.18 Haydn Trumpet Concerto in E flat
9.34 Faure Cantique de Jean Racine
9.41 William Lloyd Webber Aurora
9.52 Artist of the Week:
Anne Queffelec (piano)
Mozart Adagio and Allegro in F minor (K594)
10.00 Handel Concerto
Grosso in G, Op 6 No 1
10.12 lbert Bacchanale
10.21 Chopin Prelude in D flat, Op 28 No 15
10.28 Puccini Un bel di vedremo (Madama Butterfly)
10.33 Bach, arc
Sitkovetsky Goldberg Variations (Nos 1-15)
Incidental music: Hamlet
11.11 Vaughan Williams Five English Folk Songs
11.26 Satie Gymnopedies
11.33 Composer of the Week:
Stanford Serenade in F,
Op 95 (1st mvt)
11.48 George Lloyd Symphony No 1
Producer Edward Blakeman Discs
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
There Was an Old Man lain Burnside discovers that the Dublin-born Composer of the Week Charles Villiers
Stanford was really a Limerick man.
Producer David Byers
The Coronation of King James 11
When James II was crowned in 1685 in Westminster
Abbey, he ensured that every detail of the day was painstakingly recorded by Francis Sandford , Lancaster
Herald of Arms. Today's guide to James's coronation day is Jeremy Summerly , who recalls a day that was memorable not least for the music of the 25-year-old Henry Purcell.
Producer Antony Pitts
BBC Philharmonic US Tour
Conductors Yan Pascal
Tortelier and Peter Maxwell
Overture: Romeo and Juliet
Maxwell Davies The
Debussy La Mer
Given in April this year in the Jorgensen Auditorium, Storrs
Christopher Page evokes the medieval landscape of the Isle of Ely.
Producer Kate Bolton
The fourth in the series of 15 concerts featuring the complete songs of Benjamin Britten alongside vocal music by the composers he most admired, given last Tuesday in the Wigmore Hall, London. Britten and Schumann
Sarah Walker (mezzo)
Malcolm Martineau (piano) Schumann Liederkreis ,
Britten Beware! (Three
Early Songs); Winter Words; Four Cabaret Songs
Joe Mordaunt Crook ,
Professor of Architecture at the University of London, takes a trip with Sir Roy Strong through some of the spectacular gardens and landscapes of the Lake District - Levens Hall ,
Corby Castle and John Ruskin 's home, Brantwood. They admire the villas around Lake Windermere and discuss a quintessentially English contribution to design: the landscape garden.
Producer Judith Bumpus
director Mykola Gobdych Stephen Isserlis (cello) Tavener Sviati
(first UK broadcast) with liturgical music by Grechaninov, Rachmaninov,
Tchaikovsky and other Russian and Ukrainian composers.
Last Monday's Lunchtime Concert
Adrian Jack tours six English cathedrals, celebrating their heritage in music, architecture and history. 2: St Paul's
In St Paul's Cathedral,
Christopher Wren created his masterpiece and showed the British genius for compromise, with a Gothic plan expressed in a classical style. Adrian Jack is joined by the Canon
Chancellor, the Rev John Haliburton. With music by previous organists of St Paul 's - John Stainer and Thomas Attwood - and composers who have written works for its choir, including Elgar, Howells and Jonathan Harvey.
Choir of St Paul's Cathedral
The Parley of Instruments Andrew Lucas and Christopher Deamley (organ), conductor John Scott
Producer Tim Thorne
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Terry Eagleton 's new play looks at the Irish famine from the perspective of Whitehall. In his black comedy, opinions as to the cause of the famine vary: accident, God's design or an inconceivable disaster for which Britain itself must take some responsibility.
Director Pam Brighton
William Smith O'Brien:
Nocturnes Nos 11-18
Daniel Adni (piano)
Building a Library.
Monteverdi's Orfeo by Bruce Wood.
Revised rpt from yesterday 9am