With Andrew McGregor.
Mozart Serenade in D, K320 (Posthom) Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
6.48 Tallis Ave Rosa sine Spinis Chapelle du Roi , director Alistair Dixon
7.05 Liszt Concert Paraphrase on Verdi's "Rigoletto"
Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano)
7.45 Widor Mass in F sharp minor Altenberg Domkantorei , Cologne Gurzenich Choir,
Cologne German-French Choir, Dortmund Total Vokal,
Andreas Meisner and Paul Wisskirchen (organs), conductor Volker Hampfling
8.05 Berlioz Overture: Roman Carnival
Halle Orchestra, conductor Hamilton Harty
8.24 Nielsen Symphony No 3 (Espansiva) BBC Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
With Peter Hobday.
Eigar Serenade for Strings City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
9.13 Poulenc Violin Sonata
Chantal Juillet, Pascal Roge (piano)
9.31 Sibelius Suite: Swanwhite
Lahti SO, conductor Osmo Vanska rases
Stephanie Hughes celebrates Midsummer's Day.
Prokofiev Departure (Winter Bonfire) New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
10.04 Mendelssohn, arr
Rachmaninov Scherzo (A Midsummer Night's Dream)
Sergei Rachmaninov (piano)
10.09 Campion Song selection Drew Minter (countertenor), Paul O'Dette (lute)
10.15 Beethoven Piano Trio in C minor,
Op 1 No 3 Beaux Arts Trio
10.44 Prokofiev Rue Akhmatova Poems
Carole Farley (soprano), Arkady Aronov (piano)
11.00 Artists of the Week:
Stravinsky Three Pieces for String Quartet
11.09 Gade Elverskud (Part 1) Eva Johansson (soprano),
Anne Gievang (mezzo), Poul Elming (tenor), Danish National Radio Symphony Choir and Orchestra, conductor Dmitri Kitaenko
11.27 Moeran Whythorne 's Shadow Ulster Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley
11.35 Spohr Violin Concerto in A, Op 1 Ulf Hoelscher , Berlin Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Christian Frohlich
Geoffrey Baskerville introduces works by composers who were in Paris in 1750. Today, music for the church and the salon composed during the reign of Louis XV.
Balbastre Noel : Sonate en Quatuor No 4 in D
Corrette Suite du Troisième et
Quatrième Ton (Pieces pour l'Orgue dans un Genre Nouveau) Sylvain Ciaravolo (organ)
Duphly Allemande ; Courante;
Rondeau; La Cazamajor (Pieces de Clavecin)
Sandrine Pasquier (harpsichord) Corrette Organ Concerto in G, Op 26 No 2
Rene Saorgin , Nice Baroque
Ensemble, director Gilbert Bezzina Repeated next Tuesday 11.30pm
Penny Gore introduces the fourth of six concerts of French music given by the City of London Sinfonia last April in the Church of St Giles, Cripplegate, in the Barbican, London.
Duke Dobing (flute), David Rix (clarinet) City of London Sinfonia, director Graeme Jenkins
Francaix Concerto for Flute and Clarinet (first UK performance) Honegger Pastorate d'Ete Ibert Divertissement
Electronics and Digits With Verity Sharp.
Electronic performance. Steven Roberts of the Fine Arts Brass Ensemble talks about the different skills needed to perform electroacoustic music. Jazz saxophonist Julian Landymore reveals how he uses an electronic saxophone to play synthesisers as well as his alto sax at live concerts.
Sean Rafferty 's guest after 7.00 is pianist Philip Martin. Including
5.35 Gottschalk Hercule
(Grand Etude de Concert) Philip Martin (piano)
6.05 CPE Bach Symphony in F, Wql83 No 3
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor Sigiswald Kuijken
6.30 Bizet L 'Arlesienne: Suite No 1
Ulster Orchestra, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Producer David Byers
The fourth of seven celebrity piano recitals from Studio
One, Birmingham, is given by the Canadian virtuoso Marc-Andre Hamelin.
Chopin Four Ballades
8.10 Music at Midnight
The second of two programmes in which Gayle Hunnicutt and David Timson tell the story of 19/19a Edith Grove , Chelsea, which in the years leading up to the First World War played host to impromptu performances by musicians from Casals to Szymanowski.
8.30 Uszt Nuages Gris : En Reve;
Hungarian Rhapsodies: No 10 in E; No 13 in A minor: No 2 in C sharp minor FREE TICKETS: (0121) [number removed]
David Owen Norris rescues four much-maligned musical reputations from the slings and arrows of outrageous prejudice and snobbery. 1: Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. Is that "meretricious piece of bombast" not actually a rather interesting and well constructed work?
Producer David Gallagher
Next programme tomorrow 9.50pm
Charles Hazelwood conducts and presents a concert from Broom Hill in Kent.
Mary King (mezzo),
Andrew Zolinsky (piano)
Mahler, arr Britten What the Wild
Flowers Tell Me (Symphony No 3)
Schubert Der Tod und das Madchen Schubert , arr Mahler String Quartet in D minor, D810 (Der Tod und das Madchen) (2nd mvt)
Elgar Chanson de Matin ; Chanson de Nuit (orchestral versions) Schoenberg Columbine (Pierrot Lunaire)
Roxanna Panufnik Columbine Too
Schoenberg Chamber Symphony No 1
Tom Whitehouse reports from the Azerbaijani capital of Baku, where people are flocking to local clubs to hear native musicians fuse jazz with their own folk music. And Humphrey Carpenter reviews the world premiere of Amy's View, David Hare 's new play at the Royal National Theatre in London. It follows the long-term struggle between a strong mother, played by Judi Dench , and her loving daughter. Producer Lore Windemuth
2: Polish Principles. During the seventies, Patterson forged lasting links with Poland that were reflected in compositions like Cracowian Counterpoints and the Requiem. Festivo BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth Luslawice Variations, Op 50 Erich Gruenberg (violin) Games, Op 37
David Titterington (organ)
Cracowian Counterpoints Aquarius, conductor Nicholas Cleobury Repeated from last Tuesday
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Haydn String Quartets: in F, Op 74 No 2; in G minor, Op 73 No 3 (Rider) New Helsinki Quartet
1.50 United Philharmonic/Richard Edlinger, Dalibor Karvay (violin),
Spisska Kapitula Schola Cantorum Wagner Siegfried Idyll Wieniawski Violin Concerto No 2 in D minor
Mirko Krajci Sinfonia da Requiem
3.20 Muffat Suite No 1 in C
Borbala Dobozy (harpsichord)
3.40 Berlin SO/Michael Schonwandt. Zoltan Kocsis (piano) Ravel Alborado del Gracioso Mozart Piano Concerto
No 17 in G, K453 Bartok Scherzo
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