With Andrew McGregor.
Beethoven String Quartet in F minor, Op 59 No 1 (Rasumovsky)
6.44 Bax In the Faery Hills
7.05 Blow 0 give thanks unto the Lord
7.32 Strauss An den Baum
8.05 Symphony Series: Mozart Symphony in D (Overture: II sogno di Scipione)
8.24 Purcell Portfolio:
A selection of songs Discs
Chopin Ballade No 3 in Aflat, Op 47
Murray Perahia (piano)
9.07 Schubert Sonatina in D (D384)
Arthur Grumiaux (violin)
Robert Veyron-Lacroix (piano)
9.20 Dvorak Symphony No 3 in E flat
Royal Liverpool PO, conductor Libor Pesek
With Chris Wines.
Mozart Incidental music:
Thamos, King of Egypt (excerpt)
10.05 Beethoven Serenade in D for flute, violin and viola, Op 25
10.30 Purcell Welcome
Ode for Charles II: Welcome
Vicegerent of the mighty king (Z340)
10.45 Artist of the Week:
David Munrow (recorder) Daniel Purcell Sonata in D minor
10.52 Schubert Piano Trio in B flat (D898)
11.25 Philip Glass Epilogue (Akhnaten)
11.36 Uszt From the Cradle to the Grave
Kenny Wheeler , one of Britain's foremost jazz composers, was greatly influenced by both Duke
Ellington and Gil Evans , and remains one of the most original and accomplished trumpeters in the world today. Ian Carr introduces tracks from three of his most potent and lyrical albums, Gnu High (1975), Music for large and small ensembles (1990) and Kayak (1992).
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Bristol Lunchtime
Introduced by Chris de Souza. Kocian Quartet
Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 20 No 4
Dohnanyl String Quartet No 2 in D flat
A Classic Arts production
Let's Make a Story 2.15 Music Box 2.30 Dance
Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
3.00 Mining the Archive Paul Hlndemlth
To mark the centenary of Hlndemith birth, Susan Sharpe introduces some archive recordings of his music. From 1964,
Heather Harper and the Melos Ensemble perform his cantata Die
Serenaden, and, from
1967, Paul Tortelier is the soloist in the Cello
Producer Susan Kenyon
4.20 Turns of the Century
Russell Davies celebrates
4.30 Sunset Ragas from Benares
Richard Widdess introduces ragas for late afternoon, sunset and early evening, sung by Ritwik Sanyal and recorded in a private room overlooking the River Ganges.
Tommy Pearson introduces features made by the students of Coventry High School about the varied musical life of Connecticut.
From the foyer of the Queen
Elizabeth Hall and as part of the London International
Jazz Festival, Brian Morton introduces live performances from John Surman and Roots Flute Dynamite. Producer Andrew Mussett
From the Queen Elizabeth Hall ,
London, a concert featuring composer and saxophonist Barbara Thompson. In the first half she is joined by the Medici Quartet to play arrangements of Kurt Weill , works by John Dankworth , Nell Ardley , Barry Guy ,
Richard Rodney Bennett , Geoffrey Burgon.
Mike Westbrook and Thompson herself.
8.15 Interval Geoffrey Smith talks to Barbara
Thompson and others about her career.
8.35 The first performance of Love Songs in Age, a Radio 3 commission based on poems by Philip Larkin , composed and arranged by Barbara Thompson. Barbara Thompson (saxophone) BBC Singers
Peter Lemer (keyboards) Paul Westwood
Simone Rebello (percussion) conductor Bo Holten
By Jonathan Swift. 5: The Escape
Gulliver learns of plots against him and makes plans to leave Lilliput. For cast see Monday
Series producer Gtyn Dearman
Coming through Slaughter The dramatic story of trumpeter Buddy Bolden , set in New Orleans. Sarah
Walker introduces a performance recorded at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, last year. Mike Westbrook s music is to a libretto by Michael Morris , based on the novel by Michael Ondaatje.
Ann Hooley and Kate Smith (violins)
Kate Musker (viola)
Julia Desbruslais (cello) Conductor Odaline de la
Oxford New Music Festival
Michael Zev Gordon reports on this year's festival. Producer Derek Drescher
Charles 'Buddy' Bolden:
R J Bellocq:
Gregory (valve Trombone)
Joseph Holbrooke Bronwen introduced by Roderic Dunnett.
New London Children's Choir
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor James Lockhart
A final selection of Purcell's catches.
15: Then fill up the glasses until they run o'er