Solving Inequalities 6.15 Is There a Text in this
Programme? Meaning and Interpretation 6.35 Musical Style
With Paul Guinery.
Sheppard In pace in idipsum
7.08 Dowland Lachrimae antiquae pavane
7.14 Landowski Première legon de tenebres
7.29 Lupo Ardo , si (Prima parte); Ardi et gela (Seconda parte)
7.35 Bach, an Moscheles Prelude in C minor; Prelude in C ("48", Bk I)
7.42 Landowski Deuxi ème leçon de tenebres
8.00 Shalom Alelcheml
Alex Knapp concludes his exploration of Jewish religious music. 7: Passover
Pasach begins next week with the first Seder service on Wednesday night. The special Haggadah text, chanted at the two Seder services held traditionally in the home, has inspired thousands of melodies.
8.25 Messiaen Les
8.37 Landowski Troisième leçon de tenebres Producer Antony Pitts
With Richard Osborne.
Vaughan Williams Overture: The Wasps
9.20 Artist of the Week:
Dawn Upshaw (soprano) Haydn On Mighty Wings (Creation, Part II)
9.30 Bach, arr Walton Suite: The Wise Virgins
9.51 Telemann Flute
Sonata No 1 in G minor
10.00 Verdi Stabat mater
(Four Sacred Pieces)
10.12 Paganlni Moto perpetuo in C
10.17 Suk Fantastic Scherzo
10.34 Berlioz, transcr Uszt March to the Scaffold
10.40 Anon Trip and Go Hey
10.48 Tippett Concerto for double string orchestra
11.15 Brahms Waltzes , Op 39 Nos 10-16
11.23 Johann Strauss
(son) Acceleration Waltz
11.32 Composer of the Week:
Schubert Die Nachtigall; Wein und Liebe
11.46 Martlnu Symphony No 2
Producer Piers Burton-Page
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
Five programmes exploring the current relationship between American and British poetry through the work of poets who have crossed the Atlantic. Today, Simon Armitage travels to America to talk to Paul Muldoon
, who runs the creative writing programme at Princeton University in New Jersey. How has the move to America from
Belfast nine years ago affected his writing? Producer Susan Roberts
The series of highlights from the centenary season ends with a concert by the BBC Philharmonic.
BBC Singers, conductor Simon Joly
Mahler Symphony No 2 (Resurrection)
Rosa Mannion (soprano) Jean Rigby (mezzo)
Brighton Festival Chorus Edinburgh Festival Chorus BBC Philharmonic, conductor Charles Mackerras
The lute was brought to Europe during the Moorish occupation of Spain and remained one of the most popular and versatile instruments in Western music until the 18th century. George Pratt's guest Christopher Wilson traces its rise and fall, with music from the Middle Ages, the Golden Age in England and Spain, and the Italian Renaissance. (Rpt)
Recorded in the Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge.
Cambridge Hymn: All glory, laud and honour
Reading from An Evil
Cradling by Brian Keenan
Gospel: Mark 14, w 32-50 Nolo mortem peccatoris (Morley)
Unser Herr Jesus Christus (Schutz)
Hymn: O sacred head, sore wounded
Reading: Jeremiah 20, W 7-11
Gospel: Matthew 27, w 11-26
Vexilla regis (Bruckner) A Litany (Walton)
Steal away (arr Tippett)
Hymn: When I survey the wondrous cross (descant: Guest)
Readings from The Coming by R S
Thomas Psalm 22, w 1-22
Gospel: John 19, w 16-42 0 King of the Friday (Grier) Prayer to the Father of Heaven (Vaughan Williams) Gospel: Mark 16, w 1-8 Organ voluntary: Chorale
Prelude An Wasserflussen
Babylon, BWV 653 (Bach) Director of music
Organ student Allan Walker.
Director of music:
Roberta Berke's play based on the life and work of Italian poet Torquato Tasso (1544-1595), with Anton Lesser as Tasso, Edward de Souza as Scipione Gonzaga and John Moffatt as Alfonso II Duke ,
Mozart Sonata in C, K330 Schumann Fantasy in C, Op 17
Last Monday's BBC Lunchtime Concert
A new radio version of the Samuel Beckett play first performed in New York in 1961. Winnie is buried up to the waist and seems likely to be sucked down even further into the earth.
Her bright chatter keeps Nemesis at bay, but for how long?
A Catherine Bailey production
Handel Brockes Passion
Brian Wright presents Handel's early setting of the Passion story in a performance given last year in St George's, Hanover Square, as part of the London Handel Festival.
London Handel Choir and Orchestra/Denys Darlow
Producer Antony Pitts
Daughter of Zion:
Keith Howard presents the first of two selections of traditional music from North Korea.
Building a Library
Revised repeat from yesterday