With Edward Seckerson.
7.00 Purcell My Heart Is Inditing Choir of New College, Oxford, conductor Robert King
7.25 Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor Radu Lupu , London Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Andre Previn
8.00 Monteverdi Adoramus Te
Monteverdi Choir/John Eliot Gardine r
Offenbach Overture: Orpheus in the Underworld Vienna Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Bruno Weil
9.13 Gluck What Is Life? (Orfeo ed Euridice) Kathleen Ferrier (contralto), LSO, conductor Malcolm Sargent
9.18 Composer of the Week:
Rossini Petite Caprice in the Style of Offenbach Leslie Howard (piano)
9.21 Mozart Divertimento in F, K138 Vienna Mozart Ensemble, conductor Willi Boskovsky
9.32 Bridge Summer Royal Liverpool Philharmonic/Charles Groves
9.42 Campra Omnes Gentes Philippa Hyde (soprano), Peter Harvey (bass), Canzona, conductor Theresa Caudle
9.51 Josef Strauss Waltz: Music of the Spheres Vienna Philharmonic, conductor Willi Boskovsky
10.00 Mid-programme Feature - Piano Duets:
Hoist Jupiter (The Planets) Anthony Goldstone and Caroline Clemmow
10.08 Arensky Suite No 1 Stephen Coombs and Ian Munro (pianos)
10.23 Handel Concerto Grosso in D
Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
10.30 Trad, arr Ralf Gothonl Five Finnish Folk Songs Karita Mattila (soprano), llmo Rantz (piano)
10.41 Sibelius The Swan of Tuoneta;
Lemminkainen's Return (Lemminkainen Legends) Los Angeles Philharmonic, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen Producer Fiona Shelmerdine E-MAIL:[address removed]
Joan Bakewell in conversation with the celebrated Welsh tenor.
As the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates the diamond jubilee of its hall, Ivan Hewett looks at the orchestra's uncertain future.
Per Norgard, featured composer at this year's Aldeburgh Festival, contemplates the future of music. Producer Jessica Isaacs
Aldeburgh Festival 1999
A recital given in Blythburgh Church by Wolfgang Holzmair (baritone) and Imogen Cooper (piano).
Clara Schumann Das 1st ein Tag der Klingen Mag; Liebst Du urn
Schonheit; Liebeszauber; Geheimes Rustern Hier und Dort; Sie Liebten Sich Beide ; An Einem Lichten
Morgen; Die Stille Lotisblume ; 0 Lust, 0 Lust
Britten Songs and Proverbs of William Blake
Schumann 12 Gedichte, Op 35
8: Musical Engagements. Natalie Wheen continues her series celebrating five of the major North
American orchestras with the second of two programmes on the Chicago Symphony, in which she visits the newly renovated Symphony Centre and the pioneering music education facility ECHO. Music includes excerpts from Stravinsky's
Symphony of Psalms, Schoenberg's Moses and Aaron and Mahler's
Symphony No 5.
Robert King celebrates James Bowman. Producer Mark Rowlinson
75: Orson Welles: Citizen Kane
Biographer and writer David Thomson and screenwriter John Logan celebrate one of the greatest films in cinema history.
Producer Mark Burman
Anthony Burton introduces works first performed in 1947. Rubbra Festival Overture
New Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley
Schoenberg String Trio, Op 45
Robert Mann (violin), Samuel Rhodes (viola), Joel Krosnik (cello)
Elisabeth Lutyens 0 Saisons,
0 Chateaux Teresa Cahill (soprano), Brunei Ensemble/Christopher Austin Grazyna Bacewicz String Quartet No 3 Penderecki Quartet
Blacher Variations on a Theme of Paganini BBC Philharmonic, conductor Adrian Leaper Producer Philip Tagney
The series of interviews with leading witnesses of the century features the distinguished writer Doris Lessing , now in her 80th year, who has recently published her twenty-second novel as well as the second volume of her autobiography. In conversation with Christopher Bigsby she looks back on a century of change. Producer Richard Bannerman
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Ronald Frame's new play stars Joss Ackland as a celebrated English conductor on a visit to Rome to prepare for a new recording of Beethoven's Missa Solemnis. But his chequered life is in crisis and, as he begins to doubt his artistic fitness to tackle such an intimidating masterpiece, he is haunted too by the human cost of all the crimes his brilliant career has entailed.
Director Patrick Rayner
Sir Morgan Haskell:
Including a performance by Gerhard Oppitz of Mozart's Fantasia in D minor, K397.
This week's programme continues the occasional series surveying the six settings of the ordinary of the mass which Haydn wrote in his last years for the name day of Princess Ermengild Esterhazy. Brian Kay also introduces a youthful early mass by Schubert, plus excerpts from recent choral CDs.
Haydn Mass in D minor (Nelson Mass) Rita Cullis (soprano), Susan Bickley (contralto), Kim Begley (tenor), David Wilson-Johnson (bass), BBC
Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Schubert Mass in G, D167
Linda Kitchen (soprano),
Lynton Atkinson (tenor), Mark Glanville (bass), Haydn Society Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Denis McCaldin
Chilingirian Quartet, Stephen Orton (cello)
Quartet Movement in C minor, D703; String Quintet in C, D956
Conductor Martyn Brabbins , Mark O'Keeffe and Angela Wheelen
(trumpets), Lawrence Cherney (bass oboe)
Mark-Anthony Tumage Dispelling the Fears, for Two Trumpets and Orchestra
Gavin Bryars The East Coast, for Bass Oboe and Orchestra
With Jonathan Swain.
1.00 A concert of French choral music. BBC Singers/James Morgan. Music by Saint-Saens,
Lucien Lambotte , Daniel-Lesur, Canteloube, Caplet, Roussel and Poulenc.
2.00 Spohr Duo for Violin and Viola, Op 13
2.15 Bach, arr Kempff Siciliano (Sonata, BWV1031)
2.20 Respighl Trittico Botticelliano
2.40 Lange-Müller Madonnasange
2.45 Szymanowski Piano Sonata No 1
3.20 Wieniawski Polonaise No 1 in D
3.25 Brahms, orch Schoenberg
Piano Quartet No I in G minor, Op 25
4.05 Pavel Haas , arr van Vlijmen Four Lieder
4.20 Hellendaal Cello Sonata, Op 5 No 5
4.35 Mozart Serenade in C minor, K388
5.05 Paganini Sonata in C minor for Violin and Guitar
5.10 Palestrina Stabat Mater
5.20 Vanhal Double Bass Concerto in E flat
5.40 Wassenaer Concerto No 5 in F minor
5.50 Byrd 0 Lord, How Vain