With Andrew McGregor. Haydn Symphony No 45 in F sharp minor (Farewell)
Tafelmusik, director Bruno Weil
6.41 Mozart Violin Sonata in B flat,
Maxim Vengerov (violin), Itamar Golan (piano)
7.05 Webern Im Sommerwind
BBC SO, conductor Manfred Honeck
7.32 Thomas Malgré I'éclat qui m'environne (Le Songe d'une nuit d'ete) Sumi Jo (soprano), ECO, conductor Richard Bonynge
8.05 Dvorak Nocturne in B, Op 40 Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
8.36 Crusell Clarinet Concerto No 3 in B flat
Karl Leister (clarinet), Lahti SO , conductor Osmo Vanska
Brahms Academic Festival Overture
Philharmonia, conductor Otto Klemperer
9.11 Beethoven Bagatelles, Op 119 Rudolf Serkin (piano)
9.27 Stravinsky Suite No 1
Saint Paul CO , conductor Hugh Wolff
9.32 Mozart Symphony No 29 in A, K201
ECO, conductor Benjamin Britten Discs
With Stephanie Hughes.
Grieg Funeral March for Richard Nordraak
London Brass Virtuosi, conductor David Honeyball
10.09 Ginastera Las horas de una estancia
Olivia Blackburn (soprano), Alberto Portugheis (piano)
10.29 Guilmant Organ Symphony No 1 in D minor
Ian Tracey (organ), BBC Philharmonic, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
10.52 Clementi Piano Sonata in D,
Op 40 No 3
Maria Tipo (piano)
11.15 Sculthorpe Irkanda IV Australian Chamber Orchestra
11.26 Charpentier Magnificat, H74 Dawn Upshaw (soprano), Ann Murray (mezzo), John Aler (tenor), Kurt Moll (bass), Chorus and Orchestra of the Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
11.50 Proms Artist of the Week:
Gennadi Rozhdestvensky (conductor) Nielsen Pan and Syrinx
Danish National Radio SO
Anthony Burton and guests explore aspects of Handel's operas - works which spanned the whole range of his composing career and are now re-emerging on to the operatic stage. 4: Conductor Nicholas McGegan - responsible for many Handel revivals - talks about sounds, harmonies and the performing of Handel operas today. Including excerpts from
Orlando, Giustino and Radamisto. Repeated next Thursday 11.30pm
With Sandy Burnett.
John Allison investigates the literary roots of Russian opera and explores how composers turned words into musical theatre.
2: Gogol's connections with the operatic stage, including excerpts from Christmas Eve, Sorochintsy Fair and The Nose.
A concert recorded last year at a festival inspired by the music of Mozart, which takes place in one of Britain's most beautiful Georgian cities. Nash Ensemble,
Michael Collins (clarinet)
Weber Grand duo concertant, Op 48 Schubert Piano Quintet in A, D667 (Trout)
Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A, K581
Smetana Ma vlast
The Ulster Orchestra plays Smetana's cycle of six symphonic poems chronicling the Czech nation's history and celebrating its land. Conductor Leos Svarovsky introduces each movement.
4: Royal School of Church Music Tommy Pearson finds out what qualifications can be gained in the field of English church music. Repeat
With Jan Smaczny , including
Araujo Hola, Hala, que vienen gitanas Cordoba Children's Choir, conductor
5.30 Shostakovich The Assault on Beautiful Gorky
Dmitri Alexeev (piano), ECO. conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
6.03 Mozart, arr Triebensee Don Giovanni (excerpts)
Netherlands Wind Ensemble
6.30 Charpentier Le Malade imaginaire (excerpts)
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Marc Minkowski
Producer Jeremy Hayes
Bruckner's lyrical and rarely heard second symphony opens the Proms celebration of the composer's centenary from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Gennadi
Rozhdestvensky, former chief conductor of the BBC Symphony
Orchestra, is joined by his wife for a performance of Stravinsky's ebullient piano concerto, and introduces the Proms to a colourful and quirky suite he has drawn from film music by Alfred Schnittke.
Victoria Postnikova (piano), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
Bruckner, ed Haas Symphony No 2 in C minor
8.35 Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
David Huckvale investigates the career of the famous conductor whose professional musical life has spanned five decades and five continents, from the Bolshoi Theatre to the leading concert halls of the West.
8.55 Stravinsky Capriccio
Schnittke, arr Rozhdestvensky Suite: Dead Souls (first London performance)
Andrew Green uncovers the history of London concert venues.
4: Hanover Square Rooms
A Japanese store now occupies the site of this venue, where
Joseph Haydn directed his own music, the cadaverous Paganini thrilled his audience with the "wild and half-distraught strains from his violin", and coachmen were instructed to park carriages "with their horses' heads towards Grosvenor Square". Followed by:
Emma Kirkby (soprano),
Lars-Ulrik Mortensen (harpsichord), London Baroque
Carl Friedrich Abel and J C Bach began the Hanover Square Rooms' musical associations with their public concerts held there in the 1770s. London
Baroque perform two works written while the composers resided in London. J C Bach Concerto in E flat, Op 7 No 5 Abel Frena le belle lagrime
The last of three programmes. Landscapes of the Mind
At times, it seems the English think of nothing but gardens and landscapes. But our image of the ideal garden - the ideal landscape - changes from eye to eye and from generation to generation. Joe Mordaunt Cook ,
Professor of Architectural history at the University of London, takes a trip with Sir Roy Strong through some of the spectacular gardens and landscapes of the Lake District. They admire the picturesque villas around Lake Windermere and discuss a quintessentially English contribution to design: the landscape garden. Reader Tessa Worsley. Repeat
With Brian Morton.
4: Weill and Lotte Lenya Denn wie man sich bettet
(Mahagonny); The Seven Deadly Sins (excerpts); Surabaya-Johnny (Happy End); Bilbao Song (Happy End);
Matrosen-Tango (Was die Herren Matrosen sagen, Happy End); Complainte de la Seine Repeated from last Thursday
With Digby Fairweather.
A week of music from the all-British
Appleby Jazz Festival 1996. Tonight, the conclusion of a two-part concert featuring the Dick Pearce Quartet.
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Choral Evensong
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
2.00 Harmony Group Chamber
Ensemble Mendelssohn Piano Trio in D minor, Op 49 Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat, Op 44
2.55 Soprano Oxana Arkaeva and pianist Riccardo Zadra perform arias by Marcello, Alessandro Scarlatti , Parissotti and Rossini
3.40 Prague RSO/Chosei Komatsu
Beethoven Violin Concerto in D Asako
Urushihara (violin) Bartok Concerto for Orchestra