With Andrew McGregor. Mozart Sinfonia
Prague Chamber Soloists, conductor Libor Pesek
Respighl The Pines of Rome BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Tadaaki Otaka
7.05 Bach Chromatic
Fantasia and Fugue in D minor (BWV 903)
7.32 Martinu Five Madrigal Stanzas
8.05 Cherubini Overture:
8.32 Reger Three Choruses, Op 39 Discs
Ravel La Valse
9.13 Haydn Piano Sonatas: Sonata in D (H XVI 51) Glenn Gould (piano)
9.19 Catalani Ebben ? ...
Ne andro lontana (La Wally) Wilhelmenia Fernandez
9.23 Tchalkovsky Violin Concerto in D
David Oistrakh (violin) Moscow PO, conductor
Gennadi Rozhdestvensky Discs
With Edward Blakeman.
Artist of the Week:
Anne Queffelec (piano) Scarlatti Sonatas in D
(Kk 492); in E (Kk 531)
10.05 Imogen Hoist String Quintet
Academy of St Martin Chamber Ensemble
11.10 Encina Mas vale trocar
Rufus Muller (tenor)
Christopher Wilson and Shirley Rumsey (lutes)
11.20 Beethoven Sonata in E flat, Op 31 No 3
Anne Queffelec (piano)
11.40 Ravel Valses nobles et sentimentales
BBC Concert Orchestra/ Jacques Delacote
Beati quorum via, Op 38 No
Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, conductor Richard Marlow
Symphony No 5 in D
(L'Allegro ed il penseroso) (4th mvt)
Ulster Orchestra, conductor
Magnificat in G, Op 81 Eternal Father, Op 135 Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, conductor Richard Marlow
For lo, I raise up, Op 145 Worcester Cathedral Choir, conductor Donald Hunt
Paul Trepte (organ)
Irish Rhapsody No 5 in G minor
Ulster Orchestra, conductor
Vernon Handley Discs
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 The Land Where the Good Songs Go A Journey in Search of Forgotten Musicals
Presented by Mark Steyn. 5: Lerner after Loewe
Lyricist Alan J Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe wrote a string of hits. After Loewe's retirement in 1960, Lerner worked with a number of different composing partners, and it is some of this lesser known later work that Mark
Steyn explores with Lerner's collaborators.
John Barry remembers the ill-fated lolita, My Love, based on Nabokov's novel,
Burton Lane explains why Carmelina slipped away, Charles Strouse recalls
Lerner's very last show - Dance a Little Closer, and Arthur Laurents explains why he knew 1600
Pennsylvania Avenue was never going to work. A Cat's Whiskers/Rewind production
Repeated Friday at 12 midnight
Playtime 2.15 Time to Move 2.35 Listen!
Lewis Foreman introduces a selection of the music submitted in competitions organised by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.
Norman Hay String Quartet in A
Gurney Ludlow and Teme Bliss Rhapsody for mezzo, tenor and ensemble
Curlew Walton Piano Quartet
The pupils of Stanwell
Comprehensive design their own music festival for the City of Cardiff.
From Cardiff with Nicola Heywood Thomas. Including Handel Dixit Dominus
5.40 Strauss Trio
6.03 Debussy Nocturnes
6.45 Beethoven, transcr Liszt An die feme geliebte
From Studio One.
Anon Cantigas de Santa Maria Frederic Rzewski To the Earth
Glacinto Scelsi Canti del
A short story by Arthur Miller , read by Henry Goodman on the American writer's 80th birthday.
A successful and wealthy
Broadway playwright reveals celebrity to be a gilded cage in which ordinary human contact is impossible.
8.30 James Wood Elanga
N'Kake Singing to His Craft Scelsi Ogloudoglou
Trad Music from the Andes
2: The Brains behind the Hom
The instrument that virtuosos like Michael Thompson
use can only be called an Australian-designed English-German-French horn.
Next programme tomorrow
The Idea of North
The third of four radiogenic compositions enters the solitary world of Glenn Gould , evoking effects of isolation in a counterpoint of interviews and sounds from above the 60th
Parallel. Gould's pioneering sound documentary from the Canadian Broadcasting Company's archives was made for the country's
1967 centenary celebrations and is presented tonight by Mark Russell.
Producer Antony Pitts
"Nelson was born in a fortunate hour for himself and his country, was always in his element and always on his element," claimed
George Macaulay Trevelyan. Roy Porter reassesses the life of the famous admiral in the light of a new exhibition in Greenwich. Producer Erika Wright
The Whim of the Moment
Songs and writings from the stormy career of actor, singer, writer and composer Charles Dibdin
(1745-1814), with John Potter (tenor) and David Roblou (square piano).
Compiled by Jeremy Barlow. Producer Lindsay Kemp