With Andrew McGregor.
Mozart Divertimento in D, K251
6.38 Glazunov Concerto Ballata in C
Yegor Dyachkov (cello), I Musici de Montreal, conductor Yuli Turovsky
7.05 Strauss Morgen
John McCormack (tenor), Fritz Kreisler (violin),
Edwin Schneider (piano)
7.33 Schubert Fantasy in C, D934 Yuuko Shiokawa (violin), Andras Schiff (piano)
8.05 Bizet Carnaval a Rome (Roma) RPO, conductor Thomas Beecham
8.37 Poulenc Organ Concerto
Simon Preston , Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor Seiji Ozawa
With Peter Hobday.
Stravinsky Circus Polka London Philharmonic, conductor Charles Mackerras
9.04 Chopin Two Nocturnes, Op 37 Maria-Joao Pires (piano)
9.16 Dukas Symphony in C
French National Radio Orchestra, conductor Jean Martinon
With Edward Blakeman.
Artist of the Week:
Philippe Herreweghe (conductor)
Josquin Motet: Stabat Mater Dolorosa La Chapelle Royale
10.05 Prokofiev Sonata for
Unaccompanied Violins in Unison London Musici, conductor Mark Stephenson
10.20 Janacek Mladi
Claude Debussy Wind Quintet, Bruno Martinez (bass clarinet)
10.55 Haydn String Quartet in B flat, Op 76 No 4 (Sunrise) Melos Quartet
11.15 Faure Requiem
Agnes Mellon (soprano), Peter Kooy (baritone), La Chapelle Royale, Ensemble Musique Oblique, conductor Philippe Herreweghe
Christopher Marshall introduces two piano pieces representing
Schumann's original thoughts.
Hamish Milne plays the Sonata No 2 in G minor, Op 22, including the Presto Passionato finale. Paul Berkowitz
performs the original version of Kreisleriana.
Repeated next Friday 12 midnight
Nicola Heywood Thomas introduces a recital given last December by pianist Bernard d'Ascoli. Schumann Kinderszenen
Chopin Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante in E flat
Chopin Mazurka in B minor, Op 33 No 4
Debussy General Lavine.... Eccentric (Preludes, Bk 2)
In the last programme of the series, violinist Sarah Chang explains what makes practising a pleasure for her. Paganini Violin Concerto No 1 in D (3rd mvt)
Sarah Chang , Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Wolfgang Sawallisch Producer Ekene Akalawu
Repeated from yesterday 10.00pm
The second of two programmes exploring the music-making of one of the century's most influential string players and teachers, who died last month. Including
Veress Violin Sonata No 2
Peter Pettinger (piano)
Bartok String Quartet No 5 Vegh Quartet
Beethoven Violin Sonata in A, Op 47 (Kreutzer)
Andras Schiff (piano)
Plus recordings made recently with the Salzburg Camerata Academica. Producer Peter Thresh
Music and Work
Tommy Pearson talks to
Richard Evans , music director of the BNFL Big Band, as he explores the work-related origins of the brass band movement.
With Jeremy Nicholas , including
Widor Toccata (Organ Symphony No 5) Thomas Trotter
6.05 Gluck 0 del Mio Dolce Ardor
(Elena e Paride)
Teresa Berganza (mezzo), Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent
Garden, conductor Alexander Gibson
6.30 Handel, arr Beecham Love in Bath (excerpts)
Royal Philharmonic, conductor Thomas Beecham
Producer Ray Abbott
From the Music Hall,
Aberdeen, introduced by Geoffrey Baskerville.
Conductor Osmo Vanska ,
Paul Meyer (clarinet)
Wagner Overture: Tannhauser James MacMillan
Tuireadh 8.10 News from North Britain
Five new short stories from Scotland.
3: A Case of Displacement
By lain Grant. A mad but beautiful Polish philologist invents a dangerous new weapon - the typographical displacement beam. When the inventor disappears, a private eye is hired to track her down. He finds her and falls in love.
Reader Michael Mackenzie.
8.30 Sibelius Symphony No 2
With Deanna Petherbridge. 5: Drawing on the Past
In spite of their quest for individuality, artists have always drawn on the past. Down the centuries, drawings and notebooks have been used as a resource for artists to study, transcribe and use as a basis for their own drawings.
The last of three opportunities this week to hear how various composers have treated the tango. Today's programme includes Stravinsky's
Tempo di Tango for piano and Frank Zappa 's Be-Bop Tango, played by Ensemble Modern. Discs
Brazilian musician Bosco de Oliveira chooses the last of five key moments in the development of samba. 5: Up to Date
Crucial developments in samba in the past two decades include a rise in black consciousness and a return to Afro-Brazilian roots.
Sarah Walker introduces Seance by James Wood , which brings together the occult, as soloists question the souls they wish to contact. This performance by the New London
Chamber Choir and the Critical Band was given at the recent Oxford
Festival of Contemporary Music. Plus Gerard McBurney 's Desire, a colourful, theatrical piece based on paintings and poems in a book published by the Tate Gallery. The
City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus and the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group are conducted by Mark Elder , and the texts are read by Simon Callow.
Producer Jeremy Hayes
John Milsom. Ockeghem Introit; Kyrie (Missa pro Defunctis
Busnois In Hydraulis
Ockeghem Tractus (Missa pro Defunctis)
Ockeghem, arr Birtwistle Ut
Heremita Solus; Offertorium (Missa pro Defunctis)
Josquin Nymphe des Bois
Ockeghem Gregorian chant: Sanctus and Benedictus; Agnus; Communion; Postcommunion
Repeated from last Friday
With John Shea.
1.00 Sacred Music by Grechaninov Ostankino Boys' and Men's Choirs, Ostankino Children's Grand
2.15 Gerardo Ribeiro (violin), Portuguese Symphony
Stravinsky Concerto (Dumbarton
Oaks) Bartok Violin Concerto No 2 Shostakovich Symphony No 5
4.15 Music from Dresden
Nancy Argenta (soprano), Nigel Short (countertenor), Capella
Coloniensis/Hans Martin Linde
Vivaldi Concerto in G minor, RV577 Heinichen Clori e Tirisi
Fasch Overture in B flat for Double
Musica Antiqua Koln/Reinhard
Goebel Pietro Andrea Ziani Sonata
No 1 in G minor Johann Georg
Pisendel Sonata in C minor Veracini
Overture No 6
5.35 Proms Performances:
Britten Sinfonia da Requiem
BBC SO/Mark Wigglesworth (1991)