With Stephanie Hughes , including
Vivaidi Bassoon Concerto ;n F, W485 Aiberto Grazzi ,
6.53 Sibelius Lemm/n<<a)'nen's
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarv !
7.03 Faure Canh 'que de Jean Raone Corydon Singers.
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Matthew Best
7.44 Mozart Horn Oumtet <n E flat, K407
David Pyatt (horn),
Kenneth Si!!ito (violin),
Robert Smissen and Stephen Tees (vioias), Stephen Orton (ceiio)
8.05 Rave) Jeux d'Eau
8.38 Bernstein Symphomc Dances. ' West Stde Story
New York Philharmonic, conducted by the Composer
With Peter Hobday.
Offenbach 5ufte;0fpheustn the Underworfd Phiiharmonia. conductor Antonio de A!meida
9.18 Brahms Worn 7'nb ;n E f/at, Op 40 Aubrey Brain (horn). Ado!f Busch (vioiin),Rudolf Serkin (piano)
9.48 Guiraut de Borne!h Refs
G/onos, Verais Lums e C/artatz
Catherine Bott (soprano)
9.53 Bach Ofcnestra < Su/te Mo 4 ;n
La Petite Bande, director Sigiswaid Kuijken
10.13 Tchaikovsky Voyevoda St Petersburg Philharmonic. conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy
CecMe Ousset Ceci!e Ousset talks to Joan Bakewe !! about how she divides her time between Paris, the south of France and the rest of the world.
With Peggy Reynolds
French dancer Sylvie Guillem has been called "the prima ballerina with fire in her feet". Originally trained as a gymnast and famous for her suppleness and leg extensions, she has gained a reputation for being provocative, daring and outspoken. Guillem is now as famous for her new work as for her role in La Bayadere.
The final selection from the marriage diaries of Robert and Ciara
Schumann, read by actors Juliet Stevenson and James Fjeet.
Ciara tries out Robert's new Fantasy for Ptano and Orchestra, with Mendelssohn conducting the Gewandhaus Orchestra. Two weeks later, she and Robert celebrate the birth of their first child, and soon after. Ciara gives a spectacular concert with the visiting Liszt - whose skiiis as a womaniser. bon viveur and phenomenal pianist are soon overwhelmingly confirmed.
Today'sprogramme features further songs from Myrthen, plus:
Pfano Concerto <n <4 m<nor (1st mvt) RaduLupu,
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor AndrePrevin
NoyeMetten, Op 21: Nos 3. 4, 6 and 7 C!aud!oArrau (piano)
Repeated next Friday 11.30pm
Chamber Musfc from Manchester
!——— Presented by Rodney S!atford
! fromStudio7in in Manchester.
John McCabe (piano)
McCabe Mosa <c (Study No 6)
Beethoven S<x Bagatettes. Op 126 GregsonSM<.;tt/eP<eces
From 1928, when he became assistant to his mentor Carl Flesch in Berlin, Max Rostal exerted a creative influence on the European world of violin playing which tasted until his death in 1991. Stephen Plaistow celebrates his career as a recitalist and concerto player, including Schubert's Fantasy in C and Debussy's Violin Sonata (with Colin Horsley), Stravinsky's Duo Concertant (with Noel Mewton-Wood), Beethoven's Romance in F, and Bartok's Violin Concerto No 2 with the Royal Philharmonic, conductor Adrian Boult.
Repeated from yesterday 10pm
This week Tommy Pearson joins the London Symphony Orchestra to investigate the p!anningofa symphony concert. 4: 7ne Chorus
To end the week. Tommy Pearson looks at the work of the chorus and chorus master.
With Humphrey Carpenter.
Music this evening includes works by Hande) and Schubert, p!us Rodhgo's Gu<taf Concerto just before 7.00.
BBC 5cott<sh Symphony Orchestra introduced by Brian Morton in conversation with James MacMiiian.
Conductor Osmo Vanska.
Kathryn Stott (piano)
McGuire rhe Sp;nt of WaHace Britten Ptano Concerto
MacMiHan Vigil (r'rst broadcast
Twist in the Tale
The world's favourite fairy tales unravelled.
5: Beauty and tne Beast
AS Byatt. Jack Zipes. Ruth Fade and Adam Phillips expose Beauty as a girL who must Learn to love a man other than her father and the Beast as a metaphor for our animal identity, in the taLe based on the Greek myth of Cupid and Psyche. With music from George Auric's soundtrack to Jean Cocteau's film.
Peter Ne!son introduces an Edinburgh edition featuring a virtuoso sextet by Scots exiie David Home and.from last year'sMusicaitaiia fest!va!,some night music and two vicious due!s.
Home Concerto for SM Ptayers Hebrides Ensemble
Luig! Da))apicco)a Pnmo Mustea
Notturna: C<noue Framment) d) Sarro Serenatas 6y Franco Donaton !,
Goffredo Petrassi and Luciano Berio
Micheie Marasco (fiute),
Luisa Caste !!ani (soprano). Orchestra deiia Toscana. conductor Renato Rivoita
Roberto Fabricciani (contrabass f!ute), David Be!!ugi (contrabass recorder)
Giorgio Battisteiii G/; Oraz< e < Cunaz; Ars Lud ! Ensemble
SOUNDiNG THE CENTURY
With Gerard McBurney.
The Human Comedy, Op 37 (excerpts) Leningrad Chamber Orchestra/Serov
The Limpid Stream, Op 39 (excerpt) Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, conductor Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
Girlfriends, Op 41 (excerpt) Viktoria Postnikova (piano)
Five Orchestral Fragments, Op 42 City of Birmingham SO/Mark Elder
Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District (Love Scene) Soloists, Ambrosian Opera Chorus, London Philharmonic, conductor Mstislav Rostropovich
Pushkin Romance, Op 46 No.1 Dimitri Kharitonov (baritone), City of Birmingham SO/Mark Elder
(Repeated from last Friday)
Repeated from Saturday 6pm
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Rossini L'/tahana in /Â«gen An award-winning German radio recording on authentic instruments.
Georg Fischer (fortepiano), West German Radio Mate Chorus, Capella Coioniensis/Gabrieie Ferro
3.30 Jotivet Rapsod <e a 7 Montreal Chamber Players
4.00 Borodin In tne Steppes of Central Asia Edmonton SO/Uri Mayer
4.07 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor (PathÃ©tique) Vancouver SO/ Rudolf Barshai
5.00 Stravinsky Eight Instrumental Miniatures Canadian Chamber Ensemble
5.05 Wieniawsk! Mo//n Concerto Mo
2 Piotr Piawner. Warsaw Sinfonia/ Grzegorz Nowak
5.45 Faure Nocturne No -t.2 in F minor, Op lO/Stephane Lemerhn (piano)
6.00 Schubert Symphony No 6 in C Finnish RSO/Jukka-Pekka Saraste
6.30 Franck Mohn Sonata in Saskia
Viersen. Niek van Oosterum (piano)