With Andrew McGregor.
Sibelius Lemminkainen 's
Los Angeles PO, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
6.40 Vaughan Williams Flos Campi
Philip Dukes (viola) Northern Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
7.05 Vivaldi Concerto in G minor (RV310)
Lucerne Festival Strings/ Rudolf Baumgartner
7.32 Part Festina lente
Bournemouth Sinfonietta, conductor Richard Studt
Seta Tanyel (piano)
8.44 Fayrfax Maris plena virtute
The Cardinall's Musick, director Andrew Carwood
Boccherinl La ritirata di
Madrid (Guitar Quintet in C, G453)
Pepe Romero (guitar) Academy of St Martin Chamber Ensemble
9.07 Mozart Violin
Concerto No 5 in A (K219) Gidon Kremer (violin) Vienna PO, conductor
9.35 Weill Suite: The
Threepenny Opera London Sinfonietta, conductor David Atherton
With Chris de Souza.
Busoni Comedy Overture
10.09 Franz In meinem
Garten; Die Lotosblume
10.13 Artist of the Week:
Philip Fowke (piano)
Schubert Sonata in A (D664)
10.37 Verdi Te Deum
(Quattro pezzi sacri)
10.54 Casella Scarlattiana
11.24 Ramsey When David Heard
11.27 Tchaikovsky Fate
11.46 Joseph Marx Selige Nacht
11.48 Johann Strauss
(son), arr Schulz-Evler Concert Arabesque on Themes from "The Blue
5: Intimate Letters
The composer's last works, including his second quartet, the most passionate expression of his love for Kamila Stosslova. Letters read by Ronald Pickup .
Violin Concerto (Pilgrimage of the Soul)
Christian Tetzlaff (violin)
Philharmonia/Libor Pesek From the House of the Dead
Vienna PO, conductor
String Quartet No 2 (Intimate Letters) Smetana Quartet
With Susan Sharpe.
Chamber Music from
From the Concert
Broadcasting House, introduced by Rodney Slatford.
Mayumi Seiler (violin)
Caroline Palmer (piano) Prokofiev Five Melodies,
Op 35a Schubert Fantasia in C
Let's Make a Story 2.15 Music Box 2.30 Dance
Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
3.00 Mining the Archive Shura Cherkassky died on 27 December 1995 at the age of 86. Susan Sharpe introduces a wide range of recordings he made for the BBC and, in conversation with those who knew him, paints a picture of this highly individual virtuoso from the grand tradition of master pianists.
Producer Susan Kenyon
A Tribute to Shura Cherkassky is broadcast on Saturday 10 February
4.20 By the Waters of Babylon
In the fifth of nine programmes, the Rev Alan Walker enters a church just off Oxford Street named after the Holy Family in exile, and finds the Ukrainian Greek Catholic community singing the Lord's song in a strange land.
The Roots of Samba
In Brazil they say everything ends up in samba. Veteran samba hero Paulinho da
Viola looks back at the development of samba in Rio at the beginning of the century and explores how the music and festivities of the marginalised African-Brazilians have become a source of national pride. An Angell Sound production
Between a course of jumabalaya, crawfish pie and gumbo, Sarah Walker samples the pleasures of good home-grown cajun music.
With Jeremy Nicholas.
From the Barbican
Conductor Semyon Bychkov Maxim Vengerov (violin)
Gilbert Amy Trois scenes pour orchestre (first UK performance)
Concerto in E minor
8.20 Twentieth-Century Masterworks
Steve Martland talks about
Stravinsky's Rite of Spring. Rpt
8.40 Stravinsky The Rite of Spring
The 20-part series exploring the history, significance and connotations of 20 cultural phenomena. 10: Anorak
The most maligned garment since the chastity belt is tried on for size.
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Cultural Baggage returns Monday 26 February
From the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, Sarah Walker introduces a concert marking the 50th birthday of composer and pianist Michael Finnissy. Nic Hodges performs a selection of Finnissy's piano music, including Gershwin transcriptions, the early Snowdrift and a revised version of Free Setting. And the Cambridge New Music Players are directed by Paul Hoskins in the first three
Obrecht Motets and two pieces with Aboriginal titles, Teangi and Ourra. John Tilbury
The work of John Tilbury , a British pianist from a complementary tradition, is considered by friends and colleagues as he reaches his 60th birthday. Producer Alan Hall
The Latin Seducers
In the fifth of six programmes tracing the history of cabaret, Robert Ziegler visits the famously nocturnal city of Barcelona. It was here that the nationalist ardour and Parisian influence combined to create something inspirational. Spain also bequeathed a more passionate legacy, albeit by way of South America. The dance was called the tango, and the man who was to become the embodiment of the tango singer was Carlos Gardel.
A Heavy Entertainment production