The Making of Modern
Europe 6.15 Renaissance
Music 6.35 Assignment 103
With Anthony Burton.
Lully and others Suite of Dances in A
La Simphonie du Marais, conductor Hugo Reyne
7.17 Schumann Andante and Variations, Op 46 Martha Argerich and Alexandre Rabinovitch
Natalia Gutman and Mischa
Mahe-Luise Neunecker (horn)
7.37 Mozart Ombra felice!,
Moscow Virtuosi, conductor Vladimir Spivakov
7.46 Dvorak String Quintet in G, Op 77
8.19 Verdi Ah! si, ben mio:
Di quella pira (II trovatore) Ben Heppner (tenor)
Bavarian Radio Chorus
Munich Radio Orchestra, conductor Roberto Abbado
8.28 Ravel Piano Trio
Itzhak Perlman (violin) Lynn Harrell (cello)
Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano)
Liszt's Les Preludes by Chris de Souza. Gerard
McBurney and Robert Philip in conversation about new releases of chamber music from Weber to Webem, including violin sonatas by Faure, Debussy and Ravel. Revised repeat tomorrow 11.15pm
Mahler Piano Quartet in A minor
Oleg Maisenberg (piano) Gidon Kremer (violin) Veronika Hagen (viola) Clemens Hagen (cello)
10.28 Poulenc Violin
Tasmin Little (violin) Piers Lane (piano)
10.49 Spohr Potpourri in B flat on Themes of Mozart,
Academy of St Martin Chamber Ensemble
11.04 Webem Two Pieces for cello and piano (1899) Clemens Hagen (cello)
Oleg Maisenberg (piano)
11.11 Bartok String Quartet No 3
11.29 Weber Clarinet
Quintet in B flat. Op 34 Paui Mevet (Clarinet)
Producer. Clive Portbury and Patrick Lambert Disc-r-MAit. firstname.lastname@example.org
Personalities from all walks of life share their musical enthusiasms with composer Michael Berkeley.
His guest this week is
John Peel , Britain's most iconoclastic DJ, a Radio
Times columnist with his
Family Album pieces and one of the longest-serving Radio 1 presenters.
A Ladbroke Radio production
In National Science Week,
Georgina Ferry meets scientific trailblazers working in Britain in the fifties who pioneered the civilian and military use of nuclear power.
The second of three programmes presented by Richard Wigmore exploring the life of innovative countertenor Alfred Deller , who had changed the musical landscape for ever by the time of his death in 1979. The programme includes contributions from son Mark, members of the Deller Consort and countertenors James
Bowman and Paul Esswood.
2: Music from Medieval
Music by Monteverdi, Jannequin, Weelkes,
Wilbye, Gibbons. Ward, Tallis, Schutz, Purcell,
Alessandro Scarlatti and Bach.
In the second of three programmes exploring the array of music written for the classical accordion,
Mie Miki plays a selection of Grieg's Lyric Pieces, Sofia
Gubaidulina's De profundis, Toshio Hosokawa 's
Melodia, and Roadrunner by John Zom.
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Honegger Symphony No 2 Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Tippett Songs for Dov
Conductor David Atherton
Thomas Randle (tenor) Rpt
Geoffrey Smith introduces vibrant and varied tracks chosen by listeners across the country
Producer Alan Hal Discs
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Ivan Hewett and guests highlight current issues in the musical world. This week, the 100th birthday of Dvorak's cello concerto and Hassan Erraji with Echoes of North Africa.
Producer Anthony Sellors
Repeated tomorrow 12.15pm
Verdi's opera - the last one he wrote to a libretto by Piave - is an epic tale of star-crossed love and an implacable thirst for vengeance, unfolding in Spain and on military campaign in Italy. Sung in Italian.
Chorus and Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera, New York/James Levine Acts 1 and 2 7.50 Placido Domingo talks to David Mellor. Rpt
8.20 Act 3
9.15 The Met Opera Quiz With Edward Downes.
9.40 Act 4
Texaco supports the Metropolitan Opera Radio Network, which is broadcast on R3 through the EBU
Don Carlo di Vargas:
Preziosilla, a gypsy girl:
II Padre Guardiano:
Curra, Leonora's maid:
Trabuco, a muleteer:
A portrait of St Patrick's Purgatory, the ancient island shrine in Donegal, which has attracted pilgrims and inspired poets over a thousand years.
Readers T P McKenna and Anthony Hyde.
Producer Denis Nowlan
See also tomorrow 5.45pm
Brian Morton is joined by Paul Oliver to celebrate the completion of Johnny Parth 's project to issue on CD the recordings listed in Blues and Gospel Records 1902-1943. Paul Oliver also examines the first three volumes of Document
Blues - R McLeod 's transcriptions of the blues - and Francis Davis 's recent History of the Blues.
Alun Morgan continues his exploration of the life of Earl Hines (1903-83)
Impressions producer Derek Drescher