With Andrew McGregor. Carver 0 bone Jesu
6.23 Schubert, compl
Newbould Symphony No 7 in 7.05 Wagner Siegfried Idyll
7.36 Beethoven String
Quartet in D, Op 18 No 3
8.05 Bach The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080 (excerpt)
8.33 Mozart Quintet in E flat for piano and wind, K452
Scherzo and Finale, Op 52
9.19 Mozart Piano
Concerto No 21 in C, K467
9.48 Debussy orch Caplet Le Magasin dejouets (La Bofte ajoujoux) Discs
With Chris de Souza.
Froberger Lamentation faite sur la mort très doloureuse de Sa Majesté
Imperiale Ferdinand III ; Toccata XVIII John Toll (harpsichord)
10.05 Artists of the Week:
Mozart String Quintet in C, K515
John Graham (viola)
10.35 Messlaen Cinq rechants (No 2)
BBC Singers/Simon Joly
10.45 Martinu Symphony No
Royal Scottish Orchestra, conductor Bryden Thomson
11.10 Schubert String Quartet Movement in C minor with incomplete Andante, D703
11.25 Schumann Piano
Concerto in A minor
Viktoria Postnikova (piano) BBC Symphony Orchestra/ Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
2: A Chamber Soirée
"The evening at court is devoted to music. The
Prince holds concert in his salon and usually plays the flute, which he handles with complete authority." And, what's more, he also composed for his instrument. Peter Williams introduces some of Frederick's own pieces, and some by contemporaries and court visitors like
C P E Bach (1714-1788). J J Quantz (1697-1773) and F Benda (1722-1795).
Presented by Susan Sharpe.
The third part of Frank Renton 's exploration of music for symphonic wind orchestra from around the world reaches the Far East.
T MaJIma Rainbow over the Sea
Hamamatsu Community Band, conductor Takeo Fukamachi
M Tanaka Methuselah I
Hamamatsu Community Band, conductor
Yashuhide Ito Concerto fantastique
Nobuya Sugawa (alto saxophone)
Hamamatsu Community Band, conducted by the Composer
Kiyoshige Koyama Dai-Kangura
Tokyo Kosei Wind
Nigel Clarke Samurai
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra, conductor Timothy Reynish
Playtime 2.15 Time to Move 2.35 Listen!
3.00 Music in the Soviet
The fifties saw the Soviet
Union move from the terror of Stalin's final years to the first euphoria of Khrushchev's reforms, from
Prokofiev's elegiac and little-known late works, through the grandeur and satire of middle-period
Shostakovich to the early careers of contrasting figures of modem musical life such as Galina
Ustvolskaya and Alfred Schnlttke. Gerard
McBurney is the guide, and the programme includes recollections from Soviet musicians.
Producer Jeremy Hayes
Tommy Pearson continues his week in the company of the BBC Singers, In the first of four sessions recorded specially for the programme at the Amadeus Centre in Maida Vale,
Tommy Pearson finds out how to go about composing for a group like the BBC Singers. Composer Robert Saxton is at hand to talk about his piece At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners, which is performed by the Singers and their chief conductor
Main Nicolson with news, weather, travel and music to guide you into early evening. Tonight, she is joined by Australian guitarist Craig Ogden. Including
5.50 Bach Organ Fantasia in C minor, BWV 906
6.04 lbert Bostoniana
7.03 Gershwin Overture:
Producer Paul Hindmarsh
From Studio One.
Joachim Piano Trio
Beethoven Piano Trio in D, Op 70 No 1 (Ghost)
Rlhm Fremde Szene No 3
8.10 BerthoM Goldschmidt
Chris Wines meets Berthold
Goldschmidt, known before 1933 as one of the great hopes of German music but until recently largely ignored. He reflects on his years in prewar Germany, his meeting with Busoni and his participation in the first performance of Berg's Wozzeck.
8.30 Goldschmidt Piano
Beethoven Piano Trio in E flat, Op 70 No 2
More than any other writer of his generation, Scottish poet Don Paterson has made the sonnet form his own. He reads and talks about two of his own sonnets and others by Sir Walter Raleigh and Alastair Reid.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Horia Andreescu
Rachmanlnov Symphony No 3 in A minor
Livingstone may have failed as a missionary and only partially succeeded in exploration, but his story was central to the mythology of Empire. Tony Palmer discusses his legacy with the curator of a new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London, and Christopher Hope , whose latest novel satirically turns the tables on Darkest England. Producer Abigail Appleton
Viejo Mundo Nuevo
Renaissance and baroque music from Spain and Latin America performed by the Venezuelan group
Camerata de Caracas.