With Andrew McGregor.
Thomas Overture: Raymond
6.10 Schubert Mass in E flat (D950)
7.05 Frye Salve virgo
7.45 Alkan Concerto da camera in A minor,
Op 10 No 1
8.05 Purcell Portfolio:
A selection of songs
8.32 Symphony Series: Mozart Symphony in D (K320) Discs
Sibelius Suite: Belshazzar's
Gothenburg SO/Neeme Jarvi
9.15 Beethoven Violin
Sonata in G, Op 96
Arthur Grumiaux (violin) Clara Haskil (piano)
9.41 Tchalkovsky Capriccio Italien Berlin PO/Seiji Ozawa
With Chris de Souza.
Artist of the Week:
Stephen Cleobury (conductor) Byrd Laudate pueri a 6 Choir of King's College, Cambridge
10.05 Purcell Suite No 8 in F (Z669)
Robert Woolley (harpsichord)
10.10 Chopin Fantaisie -
Impromptu in C sharp minor, Op 66
Piotr Paleczny (piano)
10.15 Britten Rejoice in the Lamb
Kevin Bowyer (organ)
BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Cleobury
10.35 Prokofiev Symphony No 7
BBC SO/Alexander Lazarev
11.05 Bach Prelude and Fugue in C (BWV 547)
Stephen Cleobury (organ)
11.25 Mozart Piano
Concerto No 9 in E flat
Andreas Steier (piano) Concerto Koln
Presented by Anthony Burton.
LSO, conducted by the Composer
Nonet for strings
Columbia String Ensemble, conducted by the Composer Proclamation
Leo Smit (piano) Inscape
French National Orchestra, conducted by the Composer
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Bristol Lunchtime Concert
Presented by Chris de Souza. David Campbell (clarinet) Michael Thompson (horn) Madeleine Mitchell (violin) Roger Chase (viola)
Christopher van Kampen (cello)
Andrew Ball (piano)
Bartok Contrasts for violin, clarinet and piano
Kodaly Intermezzo for string trio
A Classic Arts production
2.00 Songs from West and North
A selection of songs with and without words by Gustav Hoist: new and old, orchestral, vocal, pianistic and choral, including the complete set of his Welsh folk song arrangements and the wordless Songs of the West.
3.00 Mining the Archive This week, Dame Elisabeth Schwarzkopf celebrates her 80th birthday. To mark the occasion, Susan Sharpe talks to the soprano at her Zurich home and introduces a from 1968 in which Schwarzkopf is accompanied by Geoffrey Parsons in a recital of lieder by Woff, Schubert and Strauss.
Producer Brian Jackson
4.20 Turns of the Century
An audio lexicon of the great English comedy performers. Peter Nichols celebrates Robb Wilton.
Producer Jonathan James-Moore
4.30 By the Sacred River Jumna
Richard Widdess introduces
Dhrupad, the contemplative, highly ornamented classical style of North India, perfected at the court of the Mughal
Emperor Akbar, featuring the pakhavaj drum and the rudra vina, an ancestor of the sitar.
Tommy ends the week by going "down town" to
Kingston Mines, centre for the Chicago Blues.
With Natalie Wheen.
Schubert Impromptu in F minor (D935 No 4)
6.03 Barber Nocturne (Four Songs, Op 13)
6.30 Dvorak Romance in F minor for violin and orchestra
Producer Edward Blakeman
Tour of France 1995
Conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk Evelyn Glennie (percussion) Introduced by Geoffrey Baskerville.
Elgar Introduction and Allegro MacMillan Veni , veni,
Sibelius Symphony No 2
Given last month in the Arsenal, Metz
5: Milies's Children
Ever since Georges Melies startled audiences with his screen magic, film-makers and special effects artists have been devising ever more astonishing illusions. With Christopher Cook.
Peter Holman presents the second in the series reinterpreting British operas from 1710-1810.
John Frederick Lampe Pyramus and Thisbe
A 'mock opera" of 1745, edited and completed by Peter Holman. Lampe's version of Pyramus and Thisbe is a reworking of the playacted by the "rude mechanicals" in Act 1 of William Shakespeare 's A
Midsummer Night's Dream, with the satire directed away from playwrights and actors and towards Italian opera and opera singers.
Opera Restor'd, conductor Peter Holman
Wall and Master:
Moon and Prompter:
Lion and Prologue:
With Robert Ziegler.
This week's programme includes the orchestral music Konx-om-pax and Hurqualia by free-thinking Italian composer Giacinto Scelsi, played by the Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Hans Zender.
Henry Cowell in Music and Words is a portrait of the pioneering American and his innovative techniques by Chris Burn.
Plus works by Ian Wlllcock, Takls Veliarrtis and others, performed by John Kenny (trombones), Joanna Haratsaris (piano) and John Whiting (electronics).
Producer Alan Hall