With Humphrey Carpenter , including
Piano Quintet in A, Op 81
Vienna Philharmonic Quartet. Clifford Curzon (piano)
LSO. conductor Claudio Abbado
Suite No 4 in F, BWV809
Glenn Gould (piano)
Trio in E flat, K498
(Kegelstatt) Karl Leister (clarinet), Wolfram Christ (viola), James Levine (piano)
Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
With Anthony Burton.
9.00 Building a Library
Richard Wigmore compares recordings of Mozart's Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail. Stephen Johnson reviews orchestral releases, including Vaughan Williams from Roger Norrington ,
Rachmaninov from Mikhail Pletnev ,
Strauss from Herbert Blomstedt. Uszt from Ivan Fischer and the Mendelssohn and Sibelius violin concertos from
10.15 Record Release
Uszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 6 in D Budapest Festival Orchestra, conductor Ivan Fischer
10.28 Sibelius Violin Concerto
Sarah Chang , Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Mariss Jansons
11.01 Strauss Till Eulenspiegel
San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, conductor Herbert Blomstedt
11.17 Rachmaninov Symphonic
Dances Russian National Orchestra, conductor Mikhail Pletnev
Producers Clive Portbury and Susan Kenyon E-MAIL: email@example.com
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Michael Berkeley meets novelist
Barbara Trapido , whose latest work, The Travelling Hornplayer, was published recently to critical acclaim. Trapido's musical choices range from Baroque works by Purcell, Bach and Alessandro Scarlatti to music from her native South Africa.
Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow 6.30pm
Miklos Perenyi (cello)
Bach Cello Suite No 2 in D minor,
Kodaly Cello Sonata, Op 8 Repeated from Monday
Conductor Mark Wigglesworth , Raphael Oleg (violin)
Webem Im Sommerwind
Schoenberg Accompaniment to a Film Scene, Op 34
Berg Violin Concerto
The pianist is joined by the Berlin
Chamber Group in a concert given as part of the 1996 Aldeburgh Festival. Farrenc Piano Quintet, Op 31 Brett Dean Voices of Angels
Schubert Piano Quintet in A, D667 (Trout)
See also tomorrow lpm
Three visits to English cathedrals.
1: Lincoln. Lincoln's instrument was built a century ago by Father Henry Willis and remains virtually intact.
Colin Walsh plays music from Spain, Germany, England and France. Udon Organ Sonata in 0 minor
Bohm Vater Unser im Himmelreich
Howells Rhapsody in D flat Litalze Scherzo; Epiphanie Producer Tim Thorne
Next programme tomorrow 2.25pm
With Geoffrey Smith. Producer Alan Hall Discs
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Four programmes in which
Russell Davies explores the history of jazz in France - a country where it has flourished and where visiting musicians have always received a warm welcome. 1: C'est Paris. The First World War brings jazz to France, and the early jazz travellers arrive in Paris. Ravel takes jazz lessons from the brilliant multi-instrumentalist Leo Vauchant.
Producer David Perry
Pianist Joanna MacGregor plays the composer's arrangements of his own songs, including 'S Wonderful, Oh, Lady Be Good and I Got Rhythm.
From the London Coliseum, English National Opera perform Puccini's Triptych: three one-act operas that explore the dramatic range of the theatre - from revenge tragedy to opera buffa. Sung in English.
6.55 The Cloak
The opera is set on a quay in Paris, on an autumn evening. Michele suspects that his wife Giorgetta is having an affair with his hired hand Luigi.
Le Brocq (tenor)
Graham Fawcett traces the life and work of librettist Giovacchino Forzano.
A convent garden on a spring evening. Sister Angelica, the convent's expert on plants and herbal remedies, never speaks of her guilty secret.
Mistress to the novices:
First alms sister:
Second alms sister:
First lay sister:
Second lay sister:
Tudor Thomas (soprano)
Throughout the century, broadcasters have held firm views regarding the acceptability of on-air humour.
Professor Christie Davies explains.
Set in Florence in the year 1299, in the bedroom of the wealthy (and late) Buoso Donati. His relatives grieve even more when they learn that they have been cut out of his will. But the wily peasant Gianni Schicchi has a scheme to help them - at a price.
English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Shao-Chia Lu
Betto di Signa:
The last of five programmes in which Michael Kustow asks if live theatre can survive in today's world.
5: Dissolving Order. A look at Ariane Mnouchkine's Paris theatre company, an example of a steadfast, open, socially and humanly engaged theatre. Sir Peter Hall says that attacks on theatre are a tribute to its potency, and Robert Lepage claims that theatre, unlike the media, keeps us in touch with the gods. Producer Ronit Knoble
Music by Fritz Kreisler played by Itzhak Perlman (violin) and Samuel Sanders (piano).
With Jez Nelson. Tonight, a performance from the Cheltenham Jazz Festival by guitarist
John Scofield and his group -
James Genus (bass), Bill Stewart (drums) and Larry Goldings (keyboards/organ).
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Music by Shostakovich
Performed by the Lausanne CO/Jesus Lopez-Cobos, Xavier Philips (cello)
Two Pieces for Strings, Op 11; Cello Concerto No 1; Eight Preludes from Op 34; Suite: The Nose
2.30 Bach Cantata No 80: Ein Feste
Burg Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Tallinn CO/Tonu Kaljuste
3.00 Schumann Piano Sonata No 3 in F minor. Op 14 Anton Kuerti
3.30 Schumann Symphony No 1 in B flat (Spring) Danish NRSO, conductor Michael Schonwandt
4.05 Telemann flute Sonata in B minor Tafelmusik Baroque Soloists
4.25 Wagner Leo Wohl, Du Kuehnes. Herrliches Kind (Die Walkure) Aarne
Vainio (bass), Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jussi Jalas
4.45 Handel Concerto Grosso in F,
Op 6 No 2 Bratislava Chamber Soloists, conductor Aladra Mozi
5.10 Britten Five Flower Songs Camerata Chamber Choir, conductor Michael Bojesen
5.20 Brahms Cello Sonata No 1 in E minor, Op 38 Ciril Skerjanec, Mojca Pucelj (piano)