With Fiona Talkington.
Dvorak Piano Concerto in G minor
Andras Schiff (piano) Vienna Philharmonic/
Christoph von Dohnanyi
7.03 Balakirev Overture:
7.33 Beethoven Five
Variations in D on "Rule, Britannia!" (WoO 79) Alfred Brendel (piano)
7.40 Trad, arr Vignoles The Mermaid
Sarah Walker (mezzo)
Thomas Allen (baritone) Roger Vignoles (piano)
8.33 Bach Oboe Concerto in F minor (BWV 1053) Chamber Orchestra of Europe, director Douglas Boyd(oboe)
Debussy Marche écossaise sur un theme populaire
Jean-Philippe Collard and Michel Beroff (piano)
9.09 Tchaikovsky Letter Scene (Eugene Onegin )
Galina Gorchakova (soprano) Kirov Orchestra, conductor Valery Gergiev
9.22 Schubert String
Quartet No 13 in A minor (D804) (Rosamunde) Italian Quartet Discs
With Mary Miller.
Consort Sett a 6 in G minor
10.17 Artist of the Week:
Wolfgang Holzmair (baritone) Schubert Das Fischermadchen; Am Meer
Imogen Cooper (piano)
10.24 Mendelssohn String Symphony No 4 in C minor Hanover Band, conductor Roy Goodman
10.33 Lully Anima Christi Taverner Consort and Players/Andrew Parrott
11.04 Webern Five
Movements for string quartet, Op 5
11.30 Glazunov Piano
Concerto No 1 in F minor
Stephen Coombs (piano) BBC Scottish SO, conductor Martyn Brabbins
Returning from his beloved Rheims - safely past the ambushes that were part of life in 14th-century France, the lover is taken hostage by Hope, only to be let go for a song. Presented by Antony Pitts and Daniel Leech-Wilkinson .
Le Lai de bonne esperance
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Concert Hall
From the Wigmore Hall, London.
Martinu String Sextet (1932)
Mendelssohn String Quintet No 1 in A, Op 18
Together 2.20 Time and Tune 2.40 Drama Workshop
3.00 Midweek Choice:
(0171) [number removed]
With Susan Sharpe. Ring in by lunchtime for a chance to hear your request today. Including
Blow Ode on the Death of Mr Henry Purcell
James Bowman and Michael Chance
The King's Consort, director Robert King
Beethoven Andante favori in F (WoO 57)
Alfred Brendel (piano)
Producer Susan Kenyon Discs WRITTEN REQUESTS:
Midweek Choice. BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA
Fax: (0171) [number removed]
4.00 Choral Evensong From Chelmsford Cathedral
Introit: Call to remembrance (Farrant)
The Lamentation (Bairstow)
First Lesson: Genesis 41, vv 41-end
Canticles: St John's Service (Howells)
Second Lesson: Hebrews 4, v 14-5, v 10
Anthem: O Lord, look down from heaven (Battishill)
Hymn: Jesus, blessed saviour (Eudoxia and Caswall)
Vox ultima crucis (Davies)
Organ Voluntary: Toccata in D minor (BuxWV 155) (Buxtehude)
Master of the Music: Graham Elliott
Organ Scholars: Neil Weston and Christopher Pocock
Master of the Music:
The String Family
Tommy Pearson talks to versatile cellist Julian Lloyd Webber about his life and career.
With Andrew Green , including Weber Overture: Der
6.20 Verdi Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves (Nabucco)
6.40 Debussy Cello Sonata Producer Andrew Mussett
From the Symphony Hall, Birmingham.
Rita Cullis (soprano)
Philip Langridge (tenor)
Stephen Roberts and David Wilson-Johnson (baritones) City of Birmingham
Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
Martinu The Epic of Gilgamesh
8.25 In the Fifties
By Peter Vansittart.
2: Burgess Hill School
The author discovers that self-expression is all the rage at this progressive school in Hampstead, while education is optional. Reader Ronald Pickup.
Symphony No 10
The Angry Generation
The fifties are known as the decade of the Angry Young Man. Harry Ritchie explores anger in the fifties novel and how it has become the defining characteristic of writing from the decade.
Has an attempt to identify a postwar movement resulted in the persistence of a rather unsatisfactory media label at the expense of some of the most important writers of the time?
Producer Sally Marmion
Schumann Etudes en forme de variations
See also tomorrow 10.05pm
'Hearing Is Believing' promises radio as you have never heard it before. At the first ever Experimental and Alternative Radio
Conference, Lisa Jardine meets composers, philosophers and the "telephone terrorist" D J
Scanner who uses samples of phone conversations to create soundscapes. And how does Lal Waterson 's long-awaited new album marry traditional-style folk music with contemporary composition?
Producer Julian May
lain Burnside browses through songs by Kurt Weill including excerpts from
Silbersee, The Threepenny Opera, Mahagonny and the Berliner Requiem. Rpt
1.30 Dance Resources for
PE 2.10 Triple Bill: The Haunting