Andrew McGregor with news, weather, travel and music including Handel Concerto Grosso in A minor,
Op 6 No 4
Collegium Musicum 90, director Simon Standage
6.13 Schubert Piano Sonata in E minor, D566Andras Schiff
7.05 Bartok Romanian Folk Dances
St Paul Chamber Orchestra, conductor Hugh Wolff
7.32 Mozart Quintet in E flat for
Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn and Piano, K452
Members of the English Chamber Orchestra, Murray Perahia (piano)
8.05 Beethoven Overture: Egmont Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Herbert von Karajan
8.38 Rodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez Alfonso Moreno (guitar),
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Enrique Batiz
Penny Gore. Britten, arr Bream Courtly Dances (Gloriana)
Julian Bream Consort
9.12 Ravel Valses Nobles et
Montreal Symphony Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
9.29 Chopin Study in E, Op 10 No 3 Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano)
9.35 Bartok Divertimento for Strings St Paul Chamber Orchestra, conductor Hugh Wolff Discs
With Mark Rowlinson.
Artist of the Week:
Luba Orgonasova (soprano)
Mozart Martern alter Arten (Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail) English Baroque Soloists, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
10.10 Pachelbel Suite in C
10.50 Beethoven Piano Trio in D, Op 70 No 1 (Ghost) (1st mvt) Guarneri Trio
11.00 Mahler Adagio (Symphony No 10)
San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas
11.25 Sweellnck Echo Fantasia
David Sanger (organ)
11.40 Faure Theme and Variations,
Op 73 David Golub (piano)
Paul Guinery continues the survey of Brahms's vocal and choral output. Es 1st das Heil Uns Kommen Her,
Op 29 No 1
Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, director Richard Marlow
Three Quartets, Op 64
Edith Mathis (soprano),
Brigitte Fassbaender (mezzo), Peter Schreier (tenor), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Karl Engel (piano)
String Sextet No 1 in B flat, Op 18 Amadeus Quartet, Cecil Aronowitz (viola), William Pleeth (cello) Repeated next Thursday 11.30pm
Geoffrey Smith concludes his Savoy opera series with works by Gilbert and Sullivan inspired by Wagner,
Verdi, English folk songs and Italian patter songs. Repeat
Another chance to hear Tuesday's concert.
Gil Shaham (violin), Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Yakov Kreizberg
Mozart Symphony No 35 in D, K385 (Haffner)
Korngold Violin Concerto
Markevich Rebus (first London performance)
Stravinsky Suite: The Firebird (1919 version)
Dong-Suk Kang (violin),
Raphael Wallfisch (cello), David Owen Norris (piano)
Brahms Cello Sonata No 2 in F, Op
99; Violin Sonata No 2 in A, Op 100; Piano Trio No 3 in C minor, Op 101 Repeat
Tommy Pearson continues his week-long examination of dance by looking at jazz and tap. Repeat
A A special edition presented
I by Geraint Lewis at Wales's largest cultural festival, the National Eisteddfod, which this year visits
Bala in North Wales. There are live contributions from pianist
Iwan Llewelyn-Jones and music associated with the Eisteddford, including
William Mathias 's Dance Overture and Grace Williams's Ballades for
Producer Gwawr Owen
From the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Music of nature and homeland in Bartok's tribute to his native roots and Mahler's vision of pastoral innocence with a child's view of heaven in the finale of his symphony. Soprano soloist Inger Dam-Jensen also sings Strauss's romantic songs.
Inger Dam-Jensen (soprano), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Martyn Brabbins
Bartok Dance Suite
Strauss Standchen; Ich Wollt' ein Strausslein Binden; Sausle, Liebe Myrthe; Als Mir Dein Lied Erklang; Amor
Mahler Symphony No. 4 in G major
What happens when you try to put faith - or the lack of it - into words?
In five interval talks, writers attempt to answer these questions from their own personal and cultural perspectives.
1: Bestselling author and screenwriter Fay Weldon describes how putting anything into words changes it and wonders what effect all our words have had on God. Is
God by any other name still God? PHONE (0161) [number removed]for further information, transcript or tape
8.30 Mahler Symphony No 4 Repeated Monday 2.10pm
A week of specially commissioned poems from five of the best voices in poetry today.
4: The Knowing by Sharon Olds.
Sharon Olds is one of the finest poets in the USA today, and her sequence of poems is both epic and domestic, recalling her life from her childhood - with a terrifying, abusive father - to her own marriage and children. Repeat
Mozart Fantasia in C minor, K475;
Sonata in C minor, K457
Culture's Not for Us. In the last of three documentaries charting the history of the Third Programme and Radio 3, Humphrey Carpenter investigates the impact of the 1969 announcement that the Third
Programme would be abolished, and examines the changing sound of the programmes. Some of the Third's most famous voices - including
Richard Baker , Cormac Rigby and Tom Crowe - reflect on changing styles behind the microphone. And former controllers including Harman Grisewood , Stephen Hearst , Ian Mcintyre and John Drummond consider two questions which have provoked much debate over the past 50 years: what is the role of a cultural radio network, and who are its listeners? Repeat
4: The French Symphony Wakes Up Again. Arthur Honegger makes his bid for a place alongside Roussel in the pantheon of French composers. His Symphony No 2 could not have been written had it not been for a night flight from behind enemy lines, a parachute drop and a telephone call to Broadcasting House.
Presented by Graham Fawcett. Semiramis (excerpts)
Brussels Polyphonia Choir, Namur Symphonic Chorus, Belgian-French Community Chorus. RTL Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leopold Hager String Quartet No 3 Ludwig Quartet Symphony No 2
Seattle Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gerard Schwarz
Sonata for Solo Violin
Repeated from last Thursday
Louis Armstrong and Clark Terry feature tonight in Digby Fairweather 's survey of trumpeters.
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Choral Evensong from Durham Cathedral
Repeated from yesterday 4pm
2.00 Saarbriicken RSO/Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Jitka Cechova
(piano) Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor Bruckner Symphony No 6 in A
3.35 Munich Chamber Philharmonic/ Michael Helmrath, Michael Kofler
(flute) Mozart Divertimento in D, K136; Flute Concerto No 1 in G,
4.45 Beethoven An die Feme
Geliebte Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor), Geoffrey Parsons (piano)