With Andrew McGregor.
Siissmayr Basset Clarinet Concerto Movement in D
Thea King , English Chamber
Orchestra, conductor Leopold Hager
6.13 Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World) Vienna Philharmonic, conductor Kiril Kondrashin
7.05 Britten Rejoice in the Lamb
Finzi Singers, conductor Paul Spicer
7.42 Schumann Konzertstuck in F
Andre Gantiez , Serge Duchesne , Francois Christin and Jean-Paul Quennesson (horns), French National Orchestra, conductor Jeffrey Tate
8.05 Susato Eight Galliards New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
8.26 Haydn Symphony No 48 in C (Maria Theresia ) L'Estro Armonico, conductor Derek Solomons
With Peter Hobday.
Mozart March in D, K335 No 2 Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
9.05 Rimsky-Korsakov Sadko Bergen Philharmonic , conductor Dmitri Kitaenko
9.19 Chopin Two Nocturnes, Op 32 Daniel Barenboim (piano)
9.30 Borodin String Quartet No 2 in D Borodin Quartet Discs
With Edward Biakeman.
Artist of the Week:
Philippe Herreweghe (conductor) Gesualdo Motet: Ave, Dulcissima
La Chapelle Royale
10.05 Debussy, transcr Ravel Nuages; Fetes (Nocturnes)
Grainger Fantasy on Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess"
Peter Donohoe and Martin Roscoe
10.40 Copland In the Beginning
Catherine Denley (mezzo), Corydon Singers, conductor Matthew Best
11.05 Hindemith Kleine
Claude Debussy Wind Quintet
11.20 Schumann Symphony No 2 in C Orchestra of the Champs-Elysees, conductor Philippe Herreweghe
Christopher Marshall introduces a performance of Liederkreis, Op 39, preceded by a song called Der Frohe Wandersmann (The Happy
Wanderer), which was originally planned as the first song in the cycle. The performers are Dietrich Fischer -Dieskau (baritone) and Christoph Eschenbach (piano). Another work which represents Schumann's second thoughts is the Symphony No 4 in D minor. Kurt Masur conducts the London Philharmonic in the original version, which was preferred by Schumann's friend Brahms. Repeated next Thursday 11.30pm
In the last of five programmes, David Owen Norris introduces Der
Hausliche Krieg (1824), with contributions from Schubert biographer Elizabeth Norman McKay. The libretto by Ignaz Castelli updates Aristophanes's comedy Lysistrata to the time of the Crusades. War-weary women refuse to accommodate sexually their warrior menfolk until peace is declared.
Chorus Musicus, Das Neue Orchester , conductor Christoph Spering Producer Fiona Shelmerdine Discs
Astolf von Resenberg:
Garold von Nummen:
Last in the series with Penny Gore. Salomon Quartet
Adalbert Gyrowetz String Quartets, Op 44: No 1 in G; No 2 in B flat Producer Arthur Johnson
Next programme tomorrow 9.55pm
A series featuring concerts given by foreign orchestras at the 1996 BBC Proms in London's Royal Albert Hall. Today, last season's Proms debut by the Chorus and Orchestra of the Ghent Collegium Vocale, with this week's Artist of the Week conductor
Philippe Herreweghe and soloists
Vasilka Jezovsek (soprano), Andreas Scholl (countertenor), James Taylor (tenor) and Peter Kooy (bass).
Bach Cantata No 105: Herr, Gehe
Nicht ins Gericht; Motet: Der Geist
Hilt Unser Schwachheit Auf, BWV226; Mass in G minor, BWV235 Repeat
Hans Fagius plays the historic organ in the Royal Castle in Frederiksborg Palace, north of Copenhagen, including music by Sweelinck Scheidemann ,
and Andrea Gabriell.
Tommy Pearson talks to composer and explorer David Fanshawe about his travels across the African continent, learning about the rich traditions of work songs that are found there.
With Geraint Lewis , including
Haydn Spring (The Seasons) (excerpt) Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque
Soloists, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
5.45 Schubert The Shepherd on the Rock
Margaret Price (soprano), Jack Brymer (clarinet), James Lockhart (piano)
6.05 Hoddinott The Heaventree of Stars
BBC NOW, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
6.20 Bruckner Abendzauber
Markus Krause (baritone),
South German Vocal Ensemble,
Marie-Luise Neunecker Horn
Ensemble, conductor Rolf Beck
6.30 Sibelius Violin Concerto
Tasmin Little , BBC National
Orchestra of Wales, conductor George Hurst
Producer Gwawr Owen
From the Barbican Hall,
London, another concert in the series given by the London
Symphony Orchestra to mark the centenary of the composer's death. Gerhard Oppitz (piano),
LSO, conductor Colin Davis
Piano Concerto No 1 in D minor
8.20 Frank Whitford explores Viennese cultural life of the mid-19th century. Repeat
8.40 Symphony No 4 in E minor
Final concert Sunday 23 February 7.30pm
With Deanna Petherbridge.
4: Nature and the Recording Sketchbook
Artists since the Renaissance have recorded their travels in sketchbooks and used drawing as a means of capturing intimate moments.
Wyneke Jordans and Leo van
Doeselaar play historic pianos from the collection of Edwin Beunk.
Schubert Overture in D in the Italian
Mendelssohn Overture: A
Midsummer Night's Dream
Schumann Polonaises Nos 1 and 2 Brahms Hungarian Dances Nos 16, 11, 8 and 5 Revised repeat
Repeated tomorrow 2.15pm
In his lifetime, Lord Byron was one of the most notorious men in Europe, but how does his verse stand the test of time? Hermione Lee talks to
Phyllis Grosskurth , author of a new biography on Byron, The Rawed
Angel. As part of the Brazilian Words season, David Treece explores links between politics and music past and present. And a first-night review from Liverpool, where Andrew Cullen 's new play, A Comedy of Terrors, looks at the causes and results of the city's unilateral declaration of independence. Producer Fiona Bailey
With John Milsom.
Au Travail Suis; Kyrie; Gloria; Credo (Missa Au Travail Suis): Credo; Sanctus; Agnus (Missa Mi-Mi);
Presque Trainsi; Credo Sine Nomine Repeated from last Thursday
The second part of Digby Fairweather 's interview with Ahmad Jamal.
With John Shea.
1.00 Choral Evensong for Ash
Wedneday from St John's College, Cambridge
Repeated from yesterday 4.00pm
2.00 Wolfgang Schmidt (cello),
Keiko Tamura (piano) Beethoven Cello Sonata in D, Op 102 No 2 Dutilleux Three Strophes on the Name "Sacher" Martlnu Variations on a Theme by Rossini Wagner Lied an den Abendstem
3.00 Music Workshop 3.20 Let's Move 3.40 Words Alive 3.55 First
Steps in Drama 4.10 Drama
Workshop 4.30 Infant History 4.40 Check It Out