With Humphrey Carpenter , including
Symphony No 100 in G
(Military) ASMF/Neville Marriner
My Beloved Spake, Z28
James Bowman (countertenor), Charles Daniels (tenor), Robert Evans and Michael George (basses), Choir of New College, Oxford, the King's Consort, director Robert King
Fantasy in F minor, D940
Louis Lortie and Helene Mercier
LPO, conductor Adrian Boult
Morley Now Is the Month of Maying Cambridge Singers, conductor John Rutter
9.05 Jerome Kem Overture: Very
Warm for May National Philharmonic
9.10 Schubert Octet in F (Excerpt) Melos Ensemble
9.21 Glazunov Spring; Summer (The Seasons) Scottish National
Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
9.38 Haydn Piano Sonata in B flat, H XVI 18 Jeno Jando
9.48 Scottish trad, arr Beethoven The Sweetest Lad Was Jamie, Op 108 No 5; Again, My Lyre, Op 108
No 24 Wolfgang Holzmair (baritone), Trio Fontenay
9.54 Composer of the Week:
Johann Strauss (son) Waltz: Voices of Spring Hallé Orchestra, conductor Bryden Thomson
10.00 College and Cathedral Choirs: Allegrl Miserere
Choir of King's College, Cambridge, conductor David Willcocks
10.13 Trad, arr Halsey 0 No John Choir of New College, Oxford, conductor Edward Higginbottom
10.17 Parry My Soul, There Is a Country; Never Weather-Beaten Sail (Songs of Farewell) Rodolphus Choir , director Ralph Allwood
10.25 Vivaldi Bassoon Concerto in A minor, RV498 Martin Gatt , ASMF, conductor Neville Marriner
10.37 Schumann Toccata in C. Op 7 Sviatoslav Richter (piano)
10.44 Hoist, ed Imogen Hoist / Matthews Dances from "The
Morning of the Year"
LSO, conductor David Atherton Producer Fiona Shelmerdine
Joan Bakewell talks to pianist John Lill about his career. Revised repeat
Ivan Hewett talks to Thomas Hampson about Mahler's Ruckert Lieder and reviews Channel 4's new jazz series. Producer Jessica Isaacs
Another concert from the Aldeburgh Festival featuring Imogen Cooper.
Schubert Six Moments Musicaux, D780
Thomas Ades Traced Overhead
Uszt Mal de Pays (Annees de Pelerinage) Schubert Piano Sonata in A minor,
Three visits to English cathedrals. 2: Durham. Durham has one of England's most imposing cathedrals and an equally imposing 98-stop organ. James Lancelot includes typically English music by Herbert Howells in his varied recital.
Francis Jackson Archbishop 's Fanfare Mendelssohn Sonata in D minor,
Op 65 No 6
Howells Psalm Prelude, Set 2 No 1
Vlerne Madrigal in E (Pieces in Free Style); Westminster Carillon (Fantasy Pieces)
Final programme Saturday 6.30pm
A Madrigal in Stone. The church of St Bride - off Fleet Street in London - is one of Christopher Wren 's best-loved churches, and its historical features include a medieval crypt, a Saxon cemetery and a Roman pavement. Christopher Page explores its connections with madrigalist Thomas Weelkes , writers Richard Lovelace , John Milton and Samuel Pepys , and the Fleet Street printing industry. Producer Kate Bolton
A weekly series exploring the recorded legacy of the great singers of our century. Rosemary Ashe talks about the American singer Eileen Farrell , with music by Arlen,
Tchaikovsky, Verdi and Kem.
One hundred great 20th-century works of art.
18: Barbara Hepworth : the Sculpture Garden. Barbara Hepworth 's life and work is celebrated in her beautiful sculpture garden in St Ives. With contributions from painter Wilhemina Barnes-Graham , Brian Smith - the first curator of the garden - and art historian Penelope Curtis. Producer Claire Grove
A long-term series exploring works first performed in each year of this century. This week, Anthony Burton dons flares and steps into 1971.
With excerpts from Bernstein Mass, Britten Owen Wingrave and Norgaard Symphony No 2.
Fifth of 20 monthly documentaries surveying the range and diversity of 20th-century music in the words of the people who made it happen. Music has become increasingly dependent on money for its life-blood. A composer, a performer, a sponsor, a publisher and a record industry executive help to unravel the financial paradoxes of 20th-century musical life. Narrated by Samuel West. Written by Paul Vaughan
Producer Piers Burton-Page
With novelist Barbara Trapido. Repeated from yesterday 12 noon
By Peter Gill. Hopes, memories, warmth and tragedy combine to make up 24 hours in the life of a close-knit community in Cardiff. with Windsor Davies, Gwenlltan Davies. Dorien Thomas , Darcey Furlong and Kim Weirsman. Director Alison Hindell
So successful was the premiere of Mondonville's Titon et l'Aurore in 1753 that the work was performed no fewer than 35 times during the next season. Jeremy Summerly and Graham Sadler discuss the work and its part in the famous dispute between advocates of French and Italian music.
Mondonville Titon et l'Aurore
Frangoise Herr Vocal Ensemble, Les Musiciens du Louvre, conductor Marc Minkowski Repeat
Playing in a Volcano
Five programmes marking the 50th anniversary of the declaration of the state of Israel. Israeli Yossi Schiffman and Palestinian Aref Hijjawi explore the musical heritage of the Jewish and Palestinian peoples, starting with a programme in which musicians recall the circumstances that led to the migration of Jews to Palestine. Producer Roger Short
Revised repeat from yesterday 9am
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Polish National Choir and PO/ Antoni Wit Stravinsky Renard Piotr
Kusiewicz, Jerzy Knetig (tenors), Adam Kruszewski (baritone), Piotr Nowacki (bass) Orff Carmina Burana Elzbieta Towamicka (soprano), Piotr Kusiewicz (tenor), Adam Kruszewski (baritone)
2.20 Telemann Flute Quartet in A Tafelmusik Baroque Soloists
2.40 Purcell Suite: The Virtuous Wife
Bratislava Chamber Soloists
3.00 Dvorak Symphony No 9 (From the New World) Danish National RSO, conductor Michael Schonwandt
3.45 Schobert Violin Sonata in D minor Hiro Kurosaki ,
Linda Nicholson (fortepiano)
4.00 Prokofiev Summer Day Maureen Forrester (narrator),
4.30 Mozart Serenade in C minor,
K388 Bratislava Chamber Harmony, conductor Justus Pavlik
5.00 Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture Slovenian RSO/Anton Nanut
5.20 Weber Clarinet Concertino in E flat Kari Krikku , Finnish RSO. conductor Sakari Oramo
5.30 Tullndberg String Quartet No 3 Ostrobothnian Quartet