Access to Maths:
Countdown to Angles
Presented by Paul Guinery.
7.02 Purcell Lord , who can tell how oft he offendeth?
7.08 Faure Prelude:
Penelope Ballade in F sharp minor
7.32 Gemianini Pièce de clavecin
7.39 Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms
8.02 Ives The Unanswered
8.08 Tippett Five Negro Spirituals
(A Child of Our Time)
8.22 Tompkins Fortune My Foe
8.33 Faure, orch Aubert Fantaisie , Op 79 Elegie
8.49 Purcell Since God so tender a regard (Z143) Producer Antony Pitts
Broadcaster and jazz writer Ian Carr looks ahead to the week on Radio 3.
See also Monday 12 noon
Mendelssohn Overture: The
Hebrides (Fingal's Cave)
9.14 Artist of the Week:
David Munrow (recorder) Nicola Matteis Ground after the Scotch Humour
9.17 Elgar, arr Young
Suite: The Spanish Lady
9.29 Vaughan Williams
Three Elizabethan Partsongs
9.35 Gounod Ballet Music
9.52 Handel Trio Sonata in F (HWV 405)
9.58 Chaminade Automne
10.05 J C F Bach
Symphony No 20 in B flat
10.36 Elgar Sospiri
11.00 Two Minutes'
11.02 Vaughan Williams
Motet: Lord, thou hast been our refuge
11.10 Chopin Krakowiak
11.25 Avison Concerto
No 3 in D minor
11.36 Jazz Composers of the Week:
Uab, Schultze and Connor Lili Marlene
Symphony No 9
Producer Piers Burton-Page Discs
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
lain Burnside talks to composer Michael Nyman about his new song,
Grounded, commissioned for the programme and receiving its first performance with contralto Hilary Summers.
Producer Adam Gatehouse
Listening to ... Watercress and Cowpat
These dismissive epithets do scant justice to the originality of the pastoral school of British composers, led by Vaughan Williams in the early years of this century. Anthony Payne examines the modal musical language they created. Producer David Gallagher
Directed by Andrew Manze (violin)
Mark Bennett (trumpet) Anthony Robson (oboe)
Rachel Beckett (recorder)
Handel Concerto Grosso in B flat, Op 6 No 7
Bach Violin Concerto in E
(BWV 1042); Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F
Avison Concerto Grosso in D minor
Daniel Purcell Sonata in D for trumpet and strings Geminiani, after Corelli
Concerto Grosso in D minor
Given on Thursday in St George's, Brandon Hill, Bristol
The Marian antiphon Salve regina can be traced back to the llth century, and its popularity in the Renaissance led to the foundation of religious societies and countless musical settings. Presented by Christopher Page.
Producer Kate Bolton
Quintet in G minor, Op 57 and Schoenberg's Ode to Napoleon, Op 41, with Samuel West reading Lord Byron's text. Revised
3: Self Portrait with Dog Carey Harrison plays the painter Sir Godfrey Kneller in the last of his fantastical biographies of eminent contemporaries of Henry Purcell.
Directed by David Bendictus
Buxtehude Sonata in A minor. Op 1 No 3
Corelli Sonata for violin and continuo, Op 5 No 9
Muffat Toccata ottava in G
Marais Pièces en trio
Buxtehude Sonata in A, Op 2 No 5
Last Monday's BBC Lunchtime Concert
Adrian Jack concludes his tour of six English cathedrals with a visit to
Durham. Dramatically placed high above the River Wear, the cathedral is the greatest Norman sacred building in England. With music written for the choir by Francis Grier, John Casken and John Tavener and works by former organists of Durham Richard Lloyd and William Smith, whose Tudor setting of the responses lies at the heart of English cathedral music.
Durham Cathedral Choir
Keith Wright and Ian Shaw (organ)
Conductor James Lancelot
By Bernard Kops.
Starring Leo McKern and Michael Sheen.
A brilliant young poet is threatening to ruin his life through drug addiction. An older poet and academic comes to the rescue, or does he? Winner of the 1995 Writers' Guild Award for best original play.
Building a Library
Revised repeat from yesterday
The last of three live, openended discussions on vital issues in British music tackles cultural politics. Is there a British national identity in music and musical life today? Should British music in the 90s be any different from American, French, German, Italian or Russian music? Chairman
Piers Burton-Page is joined by Rhian Samuel , Peter Jonas , Eleanor Alberga
Michel Oriano and Edward Pearce.
Producer David Gallagher