With Paul Guinery.
Benoit Kyrie ; Gloria (Hoogmis)
Donald George (tenor), Choir of the Royal Flemish Conservatoire of Music, Royal Chorale Caecilia, Ars Musica
Merksem, Zingende Wandeikring Sint Norbertus Choir, BRTN Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, conductor Alexander Rahbari
7.22 Pugnani Overture No 6 in F Academia Montis Regalia, director Luigi Mangiacavallo
7.40 Bach Church Cantatas:
Bach Cantata No 3: Ach Gott, wie Manches Herzeleid I
Arleen Auger (soprano),
Gabriele Schreckenbach (alto), Lutz-Michael Harder (tenor), Philippe Huttenlocher (bass), Stuttgart
Gachinger Kantorei, Stuttgart Bach
Collegium, conductor Helmuth Rilling
8.06 Benoit Credo (Hoogmis)
8.26 Vaughan Williams Prelude on "Hyfrydol"
Christopher Allsop (organ)
8.33 Benoit Sanctus; Benedictus;
Agnus Dei (Hoogmis)
Sandy Burnett and his guest preview the Radio 3 week.
Composer of the Week:
CPE Bach Sinfonia in G, Wql82 No 1 English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
9.19 Rossini, arr Schottstadt Una
Voce Poco Fa (The Barber of Seville) Sabine Meyer (clarinet), Zurich Opera Orchestra, conductor Franz Welser-Most
9.25 Bowen Berceuse ; Moto Perpetuo Stephen Hough (piano)
9.32 Sullivan Overture: In Memoriam
City of Birmingham Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Vivian Dunn
9.44 Byrd Ye Sacred Muses Alfred Deller (countertenor), Wenzinger Consort of Viols
9.48 Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis Sinfonia of London, conductor John Barbirolli
10.06 Grainger Jutish Medley Marc-Andre Hamelin (piano)
10.15 Bach Orchestral Suite No 3 in D
Bath Festival Orchestra, conductor Yehudi Menuhin
10.37 Artist of the Week:
Victoria de Los Angeles (soprano)
Canteloube Trois Bourees (Songs of the Auvergne)
Lamoureux Chamber Orchestra, conductor Jean-Pierre Jacquillat
10.43 Weber, arr Schottstadt
Variations on a Theme from "Silvana"
Sabine Mayer (clarinet), Zurich Opera Orchestra, conductor Franz Welser-Most
11.02 Mozart Serenade in E flat, K375 Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
11.32 Lutoslawski Paganini Variations Peter Jablonski (piano),
RPO, conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy
11.41 Rachmaninov Glory to God in the Highest
Corydon Singers, conductor Matthew Best
11.49 Schubert Symphony No 3 in D Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductc Claudio Abbado
Producer Piers Burton-Page E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly magazine in which
Ivan Hewett and guests explore current issues in the world of music.
Repeated from yesterday 6.15pm
Gordon Stewart chooses some
Schubert songs for a winter afternoon, with performers including Lucia Popp , Olaf Bar and Margaret Price. Producer Adam Gatehouse
A concert with the spotlight on Lutoslawski's great Indian summer, featuring the extrovert Piano
Concerto, his beautiful and often teasing settings of Robert Desnos 's nonsense poems, which created such a stir at their 1991 Proms premiere, and the powerful Fourth Symphony, his last major orchestral work. Conductor Mark Wigglesworth , Martin Roscoe (piano),
Valdine Anderson (soprano)
Lutoslawski Musique Funebre; Piano Concerto: Chantefleurs et
Chantefables; Symphony No 4 See also 7.30pm
Michelene Wandor chairs a round-table discussion on trends in early music performance. The participants include David Wulstan , scholar and former director of the Clerkes of Oxenford.
Producer Antony Pitts
Robert Cohen (cello) and Peter Donohoe (piano) play cello sonatas by Shostakovich, Prokofiev and Rachmaninov. Repeat
Hugh MacDiarmid is arguably
Scotland's greatest 20th-century poet and is second only to Robert Burns as a source of lyrics for Scottish composers. Brian Morton explores the musicality of MacDiarmid's poetry and discovers what part his friendship with composers such as Francis George Scott ,
Ronald Stevenson and Sorabji, played in his recognition as a composer in words. Producer Helen Munro
(soprano and piano)
Brahms Auf dem Kirchhofe;
Spanisches Lied; Unbewegte, Laue Luft ; Dein Blaues Auge ; DerJager; Von Ewiger Liebe
Berlioz La Mort d'Ophelie Berg Four Songs, Op 2
Quilter Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind Dunhill The Cloths of Heaven
Finzi Fear No More the Heat of the Sun
Horder Under the Greenwood Tree
Howells King David
Last Monday's BBC Lunchtime Concert
From the Barbican Concert
Conductor Andrew Davis , Paul Watkins (cello), David Wilson -Johnson (baritone)
Lutoslawski's masterpieces from the 1970s Les Espaces du Sommeil and Mi-Parti plus the Cello Concerto (1970) and the expressive Third Symphony (1981-83).
Lutoslawski Mi-Parti; Cello Concerto
8.20 Lutoslawski: the Music
Adrian Thomas talks to fellow composers John Casken and Charles Bodman Rae to trace the development of Lutoslawski's musical language and to discover the extent of his musical legacy.
8.40 Lutoslawski Les Espaces du Sommeil; Symphony No 3 Next concert tomorrow 7.30pm
Piano music either written or played by Jan Ignacy Paderewski. discs
By Lee Hall. Peter returns home to poverty in Newcastle from active service in Northern Ireland. He is a wounded man (his testicles have been blown off), and his relationships with his wife and friends deteriorate. As the outsider, he sees the corruption of everyday existence, but he is unable to salvage some dignity from his situation. Gristle is based on Ernst
Toller's twenties play Hinkerman, which deals with the effect of war on the lives of ordinary people.
Director Kate Rowland
Richard Widdess explores the wide range of traditional music of faith and festival on the Indian subcontinent.
2: Telling the Story
Sacred legends such as the Ramayana and the tales of Krishna and the milkmaids are told through the medium of dance, drama and recitation in the temples of Kerala, southern India, and in the northern temples of Mathura and Vrindaban as well as in rural Bengal. In Rajasthan, the epic of Pabuji is performed by a singing, dancing violinist, while in Sindh, in present-day Pakistan, the Islamic story of the Sohni is a metaphor for the soul's spiritual journey.
Revised repeat from yesterday 9.00am
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Tchaikovsky lolanta
Kirov Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Valery Gergiev
2.35 Highlights from last year's
International Organ Music Festival held at Magadino, Switzerland. Yuko Sakiyama plays music by Muffat, Bach and Vierne
3.50 Netherlands RP/Edo de Waart, perform Dvorak's Concerto for Cello and Strauss's Also Sprach