With Andrew McGregor , including Fayrfax Ave Dei Patris Filia Cardinall's Musick, director Andrew Carwood
6.16 Mozart Horn Concerto No 4 in E flat, K495
Anthony Halstead ,
Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
7.04 Sarasate Carmen Fantasy Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin), Vienna Philharmonic, conductor James Levine
7.32 Wagner Overture: Tannhauser Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Klaus Tennstedt
8.05 Elgar Pomp and Circumstance March No 4 in G
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
8.41 Handel Music for the Royal Fireworks
London Classical Players, conductor Roger Norrington
With Peter Hobday.
Beethoven Overture: Leonora No 3
Chamber Orchestra of Europe. conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
9.15 Ravel Tzigane
Chantal Juillet (violin), Pascal Roge (piano)
9.27 Gibbons Fantasia in Six Parts
Rose Consort of Viols
9.32 Enescu Sonata No 3 in D
Dinu Lipatti (piano)
9.54 Mendelssohn Symphony No 5 in D (Reformation) Berlin Philharmonic , conductor Herbert von Karajan
Murray Perahia tells Joan Bakewell about his favourite recording and plays music by Beethoven, Chopin and Brahms.
With Donald Macleod.
Since his brutal death at the hands of Franco's fascist thugs, poet and dramatist Federico Garcia Lorca has become a heroic figure in Spain. As well as mixing with the greatest creative talents of his era - such as the artist Salvador Dali - he spent time with the Gypsies, absorbing their songs and culture. His work has come to represent all things essentially Spanish and has been a source of inspiration for composers around the world.
"The greatest master of counterpoint since Mozart."
Presented by Stephen Plaistow in conversation with Jim Samson.
Scherzo No 4 in E, Op 54 Sviatoslav Richter (piano)
Mazurka in C sharp minor, Op 50 No 3 Artur Rubinstein (piano)
Fantasy in F minor, Op 49 Krystian Zimerman (piano)
Nocturne in E flat. Op 55 No 2;
Polonaise-Fantasy in A flat, Op 61 Richard Goode (piano)
Repeated next Fnday 11.30pm
Nicola Heywood Thomas introduces a recital given last year by the Schubert Ensemble of London.
Simon Blendis and Catherine
Manson (violins), Douglas Paterson (viola), William Howard (piano), Jane Salmon (cello)
Bax Piano Quartet
Elgar Piano Quintet in A minor, Op 84
The finalists at the 1969 Leeds
International Piano Competition were perhaps the most distinguished the event has ever seen. Radu Lupu , awarded first prize, went on to become one of the greatest classical pianists of our time. In conversation with Guthrie Luke,
Stephen Plaistow introduces a selection of his early broadcasts.
Schubert Impromptu No 4 in A flat, D899
Chopin Scherzo No 1 in B minor, Op 20
Mozart Sonata in A minor, K310 Violin Sonata in E minor, K304
Szymon Goldberg (violin)
Schubert Sonata in A flat, D557
Brahms Sonata in F minor, Op 5; Intermezzo in A, Op 118 No 2 Producer Stephen Plaistow
Andrew Manze introduces a studio session by the chamber group London Baroque, in which they perform unusual music by the 17thand 18th-century Austrian composers Biber, Schmelzer, Fux and Weichlein.
Repeated from yesterday 10pm
A Musical Offering
Composer Julian Anderson talks about his piece Bach Machine , based on the theme from Bach's
A Musical Offering.
Sean Rafferty is joined by Brigitte Fassbaender. who talks about her change of role from opera diva to director. Plus more music by Schumann and Borodin, and, leading up to
7.00, Manuel de Falla 's El Amor Brujo.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
From the Music Hall, Aberdeen.
Conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk , Paul Meyer (clarinet)
Mackenzie Overture: The Cricket on the Hearth
Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A, K622
8.15 A Pressing Problem
Meirion Hughes investigates the uneasy relationship between Elgar and the music press of his day.
8.35 Elgar Symphony No 1 in A flat
SOUNDING THE CENTURY
The Brecht Centenary
Five programmes this week in which Adrian Mitchell looks at the poems and songs of Bertolt Brecht. The readers include Maria Friedman and Harold Pinter.
5: To Those Born Later. The legacy of Brecht's poetry.
Sarah Walker introduces a concert by the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
The programme's opening three works were selected for the orchestra's 1997 Composers'
Forum, showcasing unpublished composers of all ages.
Conductor Martyn Brabbins
Sinan Savaskan Symphony No 2 (The Age of Analysis)
Kevin Mayo Entranced
Stuart MacRae Distance: Refuge (Landscape and the Mind) Judith Bingham
The Temple at Karnak Producer Philip Tagney
Presenter Edward Blakeman looks at the work of this neglected composer, with contributions from Joel-Marie Fauquet. Marine
Bruno Laplante (baritone), Marc Durand (piano)
Piano Concerto in F minor
Stephen Coombs ,
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Paul Murphy Le Roi d'Ys (excerpts)
Soloists, Radio France Chorus and Philharmonic, conductor Armin Jordan Repeated from last Friday
Continuing the six-part series telling the story of South African Jazz over the last 50 years.
4: Very Urgent. When South African musicians in exile - such as Chris
McGregor, Dudu Pukwana ,
Louis Moholo and Mongezi Feza - arrived in Britain in the mid-sixties, their impact on the British jazz scene was profound and long-lasting.
John Fordham charts the rise of bands such as the Brotherhood of Breath, their successes and their struggles to survive in a strange land. Repeated from Saturday 6pm
With Penny Gore.
1.00 Rameau Zoroastre
Ghent Collegium Vocale, La Petite Bande , conductor Sigiswald Kuijken
4.20 Sibelius String Quartet (Intimate Voices)
New Helsinki Quartet
5.00 Mozart Overture: The Magic Flute
Calgary PO, conductor Mario Bernardi
5.10 Debussy Violin Sonata Nikolai Znaider ,
Sophie Rachlin (piano)
5.20 Sibelius En Saga Finnish RSO, conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste
6.00 Sequence: Beethoven
Piano Sonata in D, Op 10 No 3 Bas van Bommel
6.35 Mozart Oboe Concerto in C,
K314 Max Artved , Danish RSO. conductor Marcello Viotti
Elwes (high Tenor)
Greta de Reyghere:
Micke van Der