Presented by Fiona Talkington.
7.02 Purcell Blessed is he that considereth the poor (Z7)
Rogers Covey-Crump and Mark Padmore (tenors) Michael George (bass)
The King's Consort, director Robert King
7.10 Daniel Jones Dance
BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Nicholas Cleobury
7.18 Mendelssohn Three
Psalms, Op 78
BBC Singers, conductor James O'Donnell
7.38 Ravel Le Tombeau de
BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Barry Wordsworth
7.58 Mozart Mass in C minor (K427) (Great) Soloists
Vienna State Opera Concert Choir
Vienna Concentus Musicus / Nikolas Harnoncourt
Producer Antony Pitts
Broadcaster and composer Mark Russell previews the week ahead on Radio 3.
Goldmark Overture: In
9.15 Brahms Hungarian Dances: Nos 1 and 2 9.22 Vaughan Williams Linden Lea; Fantasia on "Greensleeves"
9.30 Abel Symphony in E flat, Op 7 No 6
9.44 Dellbes OÙ va lajeune indoue (Bell Song) (Lakme)
9.52 Gregson Festivo
9.58 Trad Miri it is while sumer Hast; Two Dances
10.08 Prokofiev Piano
Concerto No 1
10.24 Da Nola St'Amore core mio e diventato
Donato Chi la gagliarda
10.31 Schubert Rondo in A
10.46 Artist of the Week:
Maurice Bourgue (oboe) Mozart, arr Triebensee Presto, presto (Don Giovanni )
10.53 Grainger The Warriors
11.12 Mendelssohn Ye people, rend your hearts; If with all your hearts (Elijah)
11.17 Boccherinl Guitar
Quintet No 4 in D (Fandango)
11.35 Composer of the Week:
Berio Azerbaijan Love Song
11.46 Ravel Mother Goose Producer Edward Blakeman Discs
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
Ulster Voices lain Burnside tunes into the Northern Irish dialect.
Producer David Byers
In Anthony Powell's twelve part sequence of novels, cabaret songs, dance bands and modern symphonies rub shoulders with each other. Powell was a close friend of composer Constant Lambert and offers a comic and at times chilling portrait of musical circles in the 30s. Jeremy J Beadle investigates.
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Dong-Suk Kang (violin) Smetana Overture: The
Alun Hoddlnott Violin
Concerto No 2 (first performance)
Dvorak Symphony No 8 in
In the third programme of the series exploring the rise of the secular cantata, George Pratt and his guests Jean Lionnet and Joachim Steinheuer discuss how French composers adopted and adapted Italian models of the genre. Including musical examples by Daniells, Monteclair and Clerambault.
Producer Kate Bolton
The fifth of 15 concerts featuring Britten's complete songs and vocal music by composers he particularly admired was given last Tuesday in the Wigmore Hall, London.
Britten and France Simon Keenlyside (baritone)
Malcolm Martineau (piano) Britten Three French folk songs
Poulenc Le Bestiaire
Spleen, Op 51 No 3; Lydia, Op 4 No 2; Le Secret, Op
23 No 3; Rêve d'amour. Op 5 No
Britten A Poison Tree;
Songs and Proverbs of William Blake , Op 74
Debussy Trois Ballades de Francois Villon
Poulenc Tel jour, telle nuit
Susan Marling investigates the Trust's role as a cultural force in Britain.
Conserver, campaigner, educator or patron - what are the Trust's priorities for its next 100 years? A Just Radio production
Conductor Michael Collins
Mozart Adagio in B flat (K411)
Strauss Sonatina No 2 in E flat (Frohliche Werkstatt) Last Monday's BBC Lunchtime Concert
Salisbury Adrian Jack explores
Salisbury Cathedral, the perfect expression of English Gothic architecture, in the company of Colin Watts , chairman of the day guides. With music by Salisbury's former organists Michael Wise and W G Alcock and other works written for Salisbury by Parry, Bernard Rose and Kenneth Leighton. Girl choristers, boy choristers and lay vicars of Salisbury Cathedral David Halls (organ)
Conductor Richard Seal Producer Tim Thome
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By Paul Badger.
Cracks begin to appear in Ann's face. She can see scrap paper inside. A visit to a psychiatrist doesn't help - he's made of sand. Meanwhile, her husband has turned into a dog.
Music by Steve Brooke Director Michael Fox
The Hilliard Ensemble 's
1994 festival in Cambridge included this concert from
Great St Mary's. Ivan Moody introduces first performances of works by Veljo Tennis, Elena Flrsova and Paul Robinson juxtaposed with a selection of Renaissance music on a theme of night by, Lassus de Rore and Goudimel. Rpr
Building a Library
Revised repeat from yesterday