Presented by Andrew McGregor.
Arthur Benjamin Cotillon : Suite of English Dances
6.12 Schubert String
Quartet in D minor (D810) (Death and the Maiden)
7.05 Telemann Concerto for recorder, flute and strings in E minor
7.47 Godowsky Concert Paraphrase on "Die Fledermaus"
8.20 Purcell Portfolio:
A selection of songs
8.32 Schumann Overture, Scherzo and Finale, Op 52
Hoist A Fugal Overture London Philharmonic
9.06 Haydn Piano Sonatas: Sonata in C (H XVI 50) Andras Schiff (piano)
9.23 Hoist A Fugal Concerto
William Bennett (flute) Peter Graeme (oboe)
ECO, conductor Imogen Holst
9.31 Ravel Piano Trio
Joshua Bell (violin)
Steven Isserlis (cello)
Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano) Discs
With Stephanie Hughes in Belfast.
Leonore No 3
10.10 Artist of the Week:
Maurice Bourgue (oboe)
Vivaldi Oboe Concerto in D
10.20 Cipriani Potter Symphony in F
10.55 Mozart Rondo in A
11.25 Wagner Siegfried Idyll
11.45 Berlioz Royal Hunt and Storm (The Trojans)
Presented by Graham Fawcett.
The Modification and Instrumentation of a Famous Hornpipe as a Merry and Altogether
Sincere Homage to Uncle Alfred (after Purcell)
Ticket to Ride (after Lennon and McCartney)
Duetto for two violins (Vol A-Ronne
Points on the Curve to Find
Sequenza V Circles
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 The Land Where the Good Songs Go A Journey In Search of Forgotten Musicals 6: Rodgers after Hammerstein
In the final programme,
Mark Steyn recalls the later works of composer Richard Rodgers , after the death of Oscar Hammerstein II in 1960. Mary Rodgers remembers No Strings and her father's difficult collaboration with Sondheim and Laurents on Do I Hear a Waltz? Sheldon
Harnick recalls their work together on Rex, and Martin Chamin tells of his two collaborations with the composer.
A Cat's Whiskers/Rewind production
2.00 Medieval Music
Festival in Bristol
Mark Everist introduces the second of three concerts recorded at St George's, Brandon Hill. John Potter
(tenor) and Richard Wistreich (bass) perform a complete Lady Mass, thought to have been heard in 13th-century Scotland. A Magenta Music International production
See also Friday 2.00pm
In the last of three programmes,
Lewis Foreman introduces a selection of the music submitted in competitions organised by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.
Ina Boyle The Magic Harp
Richard Morris Quartet in A Lawrence Collingwood Poeme symphonique
Edward Mitchell Fantasy Overture
John McEwan Solway Symphony
Series producer Anthony Sellors
Karlheinz Stockhausen 's theories of composition include philosophical ideas that remain radical, and he continues to write Light, possibly the largest piece of music ever written.
Dick Witts asks the composer if writing music becomes any easier over the years.
From Birmingham with Roger Nichols , including Berlioz Overture:
6.03 Faure Nocturne No 4 in E flat, Op 36
6.25 Mozart Piano
Concerto No 22 in E flat
Producer Jeremy Hayes
BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Tadaaki Otaka Fabio Bidini (piano)
Grace Williams Penillion
Uszt Piano Concerto No 1 in E flat
Rachmanlnov Symphony No 1 in D minor
Given on 24 October last year in the United Nations Building, New York
The Book of Nights
A magical wedding tale by Sylvie Germain.
When Margot meets her future husband, no one can forsee what the future might hold. Read by Deborah Findlay.
Translated by Christine Donougher Producer Jocelyn Boxall
Next programme tomorrow
Sonata, Op 40
Mischa Maisky (cello)
Martha Argerich (piano) Rpt
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Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Chris de Souza introduces a new series of Invitation
Concerts from the Royal
College of Music, London. The Purcell Quartet and Catherine Bott (soprano) perform music by Purcell, Blow, WeMon and Eccles. Producer Lindsay Kemp