With Fiona Talkington.
Haydn Piano Concerto in F (H XVIII 3)
Vienna CO, director Philippe Entremont (piano)
6.33 Saint-Sains Romance in F, Op 36
Roland Pidoux (cello) Jean Hubeau (piano)
7.03 Mozart Oboe Quartet in F (K3 70)
Francois Leleux (oboe) Ysaye Quartet
7.46 Vivaldi Concerto in G,
Op 4 No 12 (La Stravaganza) I Solisti Italiani
8.03 Schumann Julius
Handel Nisi dominus (HWV 238)
9.13 Tchaikovsky March (The Seasons)
9.16 Schubert String
Quartet No 15 in G (D887) Discs
With Mary Miller. Berlioz King Lear
BBC Scottish SO, conductor
10.31 Mendelssohn String Symphony No 10 in B minor Hanover Band, conductor
10.35 Gruber The Red
London Sinfonietta, conductor Lothar Zagrosek
11.04 Artist of the Week:
Wolfgang Holzmair (baritone)
Weill Four Walt Whitman
Robert Schumann CO, conductor Marc-Andreas
11.21 Chausson Concert in D, Op 21
Joshua Bell (violin)
Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano) Takacs Quartet
My End Is My Beginning
We know how and where he wanted to be remembered
- by a mass sung in Rheims Cathedral. But did Machaut know what we would be making of his music? With Antony Pitts and Daniel Leech-Wilkinson .
Andrieu Deploration sur la mort de Machaut
Machaut Mass; Christe qui lux es; Veni creator;
Machaut, arr Blrtwlstle Hoquetus David
With Susan Sharpe.
From St George 's, Brandon Hill , the first in a series of concerts featuring the chamber music of Igor Stravinsky , who died 25 years ago. Introduced by Chris de Souza.
David Campbell (clarinet) Madeleine Mitchell (violin) Andrew Ball (piano) Khachaturian Trio
Tchaikovsky Souvenir d'un lieu cher
Stravinsky Suite : The Soldier's Tale
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 Time Remembered
Louis Kentner, a British pianist of Hungarian birth, gave premieres of Bartok's second and third piano concertos, recorded Mozart with Beecham and was a major force in the Liszt revival in Britain. Stephen Plaistow recalls a Beethoven broadcast from
1950 and discusses with Malcolm Binns the catholic nature of Kentner's repertoire and the exceptional quality of his early recordings.
A Cavendish production
4.20 Hits of the Fifties
The second of four programmes. Nat King
Cole's Too Young reminds novelist David Lodge of innocent evenings at his local Catholic youth club. Producer Virginia Crompton
4.30 The Sailor's Piano
Janet Topp Fargion presents a final selection of music for the versatile accordion.
The String Family
Tommy Pearson considers the role of the violin in the orchestra with Lyn Fletcher , co-leader of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
Producer Chris Wines
Natalie Wheen is joined after 7.00 by Dance Bites, currently preparing to tour the country. Also including
5.15 Stravinsky fireworks
6.03 Milhaud La Création du monde
6.40 Volans The
Ramanujuan Notebooks (2nd mvt)
Producer Andrew Lyle
From Studio One,
Pebble Mill, the second of four recitals of music from the fifties.
Villa-Lobos String Quartet No 13
Maconchy String Quartet No 6
8.15 Focus on the Fifties
Humphrey Burton asks the Swedish soprano Elisabeth Soderstrom to recall the start of her international career in the 1950s.
8.35 Cage String Quartet
No 1 (Quartet in Four Parts) Shostakovich String Quartet No 6, Op 101
The Curse of Dr Leavis
The fifties saw critic F R
Leavis at his most influential. Fred Inglis explores the battle over the Great Tradition and the Don from Downing. Producer Tim Dee
Tonight, a programme of three parts:
Robert Ziegler introduces a performance given earlier this evening in Manchester, conducted by Elgar Howarth. Karen Markham In Search oftheQalb
Andrew Keeling Upon the Edge of Autumn
Robert Walker The Stone
A work written for the ensemble, conducted by Peter Broadbent.
Chris de Souza Ides of March
Stephen Pratt introduces further highlights from last autumn's event, featuring Paul Newland ,
Paul Williams , Adrian C Bamford and Camden Reeves.
Producer Alan Hall
Peter Holman presents British operas from the period 1710-1810.
Pepusch The Death of Dido Pepusch wrote his opera-in-miniature in 1716, one of a series of all-sung English masques which he composed for the Drury
Lane theatre in London. it is heard here in a studio recording made for Radio 3.
Orchestra of Opera Restor'd, conductor Peter Holman Rpt