With Andrew McGregor.
Tavener The Protecting Veil
6.48 Boccherini Symphony in E flat, (G513)
7.05 Bach Italian Concerto inF(BWV971)
7.32 Symphony Series:
Mozart Symphony No 22 in C (K162)
8.05 Prokofiev The
Montagues and Capulets (Romeo and Juliet)
8.32 Hoist Indra
Producer Chris de Souza Discs
With Chris Wines in Birmingham.
Artist of the Week: David
Munrow (director) Praetorius Dances
10.04 Mozart Rondo in A minor (K551)
10.15 Purcell Welcome
Ode for James II: Sound the Trumpet
10.47 Britten Courtly Dances (Gloriana)
10.58 Quilter A selection of songs
11.07 Liszt Hamlet
11.30 Mozart Sonata in B flat (K333)
11.57 Praetorius Resonet in laudibus
Producer Chris Wines
Ian Carr explores the life and work of Duke Ellington, Gil Evans and Kenny Wheeler. Just like Bach and Handel, all improvised, composed, interpreted and performed their own music. Ellington defined the roie of the jazz composer and set the standards of orchestral colour and interplay for generations. His orchestra was resident at the Cotton
Club for five years from 1927, giving him the freedom to experiment regularly. He produced his first successful extended composition, Reminiscing in Tempo, in 1935. Producer Derek Drescher
* See John Peel : page 13
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 BBC Lunchtime
From St John's, Smith Square,
Nigel North (lute)
Julius Drake (piano)
Schumann Liederkreis ,
Songs by Monteverdi, Dowland and Purcell.
Repeated next Sunday at 6.30pm
The Song Tree 2.15
Storybox 2.25 Let's Move
2.45 First Steps in Drama
Young Conductors Competition
The winner of this competition was the BBC's entrant,
Charles Hazlewood. He discusses the event with Susan
Sharpe and introduces his winning interpretation of Strauss's Don Quixote. Producer Susan Kenyon See also 7.30pm
3.50 An Outside View
With Nobuko Imai.
Producer Susan Kenyon
See also Wednesday 3.00pm
3.55 The English Voluntary
The last of three programmes of 18th-century organ music played by John Toll on the instrument at
Armitage Parish Church.
Including music by William Croft and Maurice Green.
4.30 You Take Some
In this six-part series
Russell Davies unravels the complex relationship between black and white jazz musicians from the earliest days to the present. Rpt
Tommy Pearson spends a week at Coventry High
School, Connecticut. Today he finds out how the education system works in the USA and what it's like to be studying music in school.
Producer Christina Pritchard
The debut concert of the young chamber orchestra. Presented and conducted by Charles Hazelwood. Philip Dukes (viola)
Roderick Williams (tenor) Hindemith Trauermusik
Britten Prelude and Fugue for strings
Mahler, arr Schoenberg Lieder eines fahrenden
Martyn Harry Still Life
By Jonathan Swift , dramatised in five parts by Simon Eastwood. With Peter Egan
as Lemuel Gulliver. 1: The Arrival
Gulliver finds himself on an island populated by the strangest people.
Other parts played by David Antrobus . Deborah Berlin. Becky Hindley , Jonathan Keeble , Oliver Senton and Joshua Towb.
Music by Wilfredo Acosta Director Glyn Dearman
Part 2 tomorrow 9.30pm
Lorraine McAsian (violin) Nigel Clayton (piano) introduced by Penny Gore . Schubert Duo in A (D574) Szymanowski Roxana's Song (King Roger)
Grieg Sonata No 3 in C minor, Op 45
Producer Nigel Wilkinson
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