With Andrew McGregor , including Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat, Op 47 Alban Berg Quartet. Philippe Entremont (piano)
6.34 Monteverdi 1610 Vespers, Nos 1-4
Taverner Consort , Choir and Players, director Andrew Parrott
7.03 Johann Strauss (son) Waltz: Artist's Life
New York Philharmonic, conductor Leonard Bernstein
7.32 Haydn Symphony No 6 in D (Le Matin)
English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
8.05 Mozart, arr Sartorius Overture: The Marriage of Figaro Mozzafiato , director Charles Neidich
8.38 Schubert Symphony No 5 in B flat
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. conductor Charles Mackerras
With Peter Hobday.
Mozart Symphony No 27 in G, K199 Vienna Concentus Musicus, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
9.23 Chopin Four Mazurkas, Op 68 Artur Rubinstein (piano)
9.33 Roussel Symphony No 4 in A Lamoureux Concerts Orchestra, conductor Charles Munch
With Chris Wines.
Artist of the Week:
Andrew Manze (director/violin)
Scheibe Sinfonia in D (Cantata: Der Tempel des Ruhmes) Concerto Copenhagen
10.09 Vagn Holmboe Chamber Concerto No 4
Mikkel Futtrup (violin), Niels Ullner (cello), Anne Oland (piano), Danish Radio Sinfonietta, conductor Hannu Koivula
10.26 Alkan Concerto for Piano Solo
11.11 Vitaii Capriccio Secondo , Op 7 No 5 Andrew Manze (violin), Cambridge Musick
11.16 Nielsen Symphony No 4 (Inextinguishable)
CBSO, conductor Simon Rattle
SOUNDING THE CENTURY
Presented by Stephen Plaistow in conversation with the composer. "I set out to do something new in each piece, but I believe I have always been the same composer, and I think this can be heard in my music. Every piece is somewhat different but not absolutely." Polyphonic Etude
Irina Kataeva and Pierre-Laurent
Aimard (piano duet)
Etude No 15: White on White
Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano) Viola Sonata
London Sinfonietta Voices, conductor Terry Edwards Hungarian Rock
Elisabeth Chojnacka (harpsichord) Repeated next Friday 11.30pm
From St George 's, Brandon Hill , Bristol. Chris de Souza inuuuuces familiar works in less familiar guises, with transcriptions, arrangements and alternative versions of original compositions. Coull Quartet, Allan Schiller (piano)
Mozart Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K546; Violin Sonata in B flat, K570:
Piano Concerto in A, K414
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Denis McCaldin talks to the Swiss musical philanthropist and conductor Paul Sacher. In the twenties, Sacher formed the Basle Chamber Orchestra to explore music both old and new.
As well as conducting music from the years before Mozart, Sacher became the patron of modern music, commissioning new works from composers such as Strauss, Bartok, Stravinsky and Martinu. Music includes:
Frank Martin Ballade
August Wenzinger (cello),
Zurich Collegium Musicum, conductor Paul Sacher
Vivaldi Flute Concerto No 3 in D
Andre Jaunet , Zurich Collegium
Musicum, conductor Paul Sacher
Bartok Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta BBC Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Pierre Boulez
Mozart Divertimento in B flat, K99 Basle Chamber Orchestra, conductor Paul Sacher
Stravinsky Baste Concerto Halle Orchestra , conductor John Barbirolli
Producer Vicky Whitaker
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Paul Guinery , Room 4005. Broadcasting House Extension. London W1A 1AA
Repeated from yesterday 10pm
Music and Trance
Music and intuition have been linked for centuries in ancient cultures, but it has taken the western world of serious music a long time to acknowledge its power. Prokofiev and Scriabin began to experiment, but Cage and Stockhausen took things a whole lot further. Tommy Pearson finds out what happened when intellect met intuition.
With Sean Rafferty.
Tonight's guest is American conductor and Mahlerian, Benjamin Zander. Sean Rafferty makes his pick of new CDs at 7.00, and other music includes works by Albinoni and Schubert, and, at 6.35, Haydn's Keyboard Concerto in F, H XVIII 3.
Part of the BBC's 75th anniversary celebrations, a concert given on Saturday at the Eden Court Theatre in Inverness, introduced by Geoffrey Baskerville.
Raphael Wallfisch (cello), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Osmo Vanska
Walton, arr Mathieson Suite: Henry V MacMillan Cello Concerto (first broadcast)
Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish)
Friends Who Disagree
Five religious dialogues between representatives of the great world faiths, with Keith Ward , Regius professor of divinity at Oxford, in the chair. 5: Is Religion Finished? With associate editor of The
Independent and Radio Times columnist Polly Toynbee and tutor in Spirituality at Wescott House,
Cambridge, the Rev Angela Tilby.
Cello music by the great French impressionist, including Papillon, described as the French equivalent of The Flight of the Bumblebee. The pianist is Barry Snyder.
Sarah Walker introduces music from recent concerts in Birmingham and at the Aldeburgh Festival, including the first performances of Joseph
Phibb's Vox and Peter Paul Nash 's
Symphony No 2, plus Ghost Dances by Nicholas Maw and Arpège by Franco Donatoni. The performers are the City of Birmingham Youth Chorus and Birmingham Contemporary
Music Group conducted by Nicholas Kraemer , and Ensemble Corrente conducted by Stefan Asbury. Producer Jeremy Hayes
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With David Huckvale.
Suite in G (Rondo): Oboe Concerto: Piano Concerto; Romance for
Harmonica, Strings and Piano Repeated from last Friday
In the fifth of eight programmes Paul Oliver discusses a neglected form of the blues called hokum. Repeated from Saturday 6pm
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Bellini La Sonnambula
Netherlands Radio Choir and Chamber
Orchestra, conductor Alberto Zedda
3.25 Psalms for Organ Peter van Dijk performs music by Bach, van
Blankenburg, Hurlebusch, Bastiaans and Nieuwenhuysen
3.50 Gerhard and Granados
Gerhard Libra Nash Ensemble/Lionel Friend Granados Romanza
Ruth Waterman (violin),
Anthony Goldstone (piano)
4.25 Spanish Orchestral Music Pablo Sorozabal Symphonic
Variations Jesus Guridi Ten Basque Songs A Garcia Abril Lurkantak Orfeon Donostiarra Ensemble , Galician SO/Victor Pablo Perez
de Vries (bass)