AM With Penny Gore, including Strauss Morgen !
(Op 27) Kiri Te Kanawa (soprano),
Georg Solti (piano) 6.25 Louise Farrenc Nonet for strings and wind Ambache Chamber
Ensemble 7.00 Schumann Arabeske , Op 18Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano) 7.25 Mozart Symphony No 38 in D, K504
(Prague) Cleveland Orchestra, conductor Christoph von Dohnanyi 8.00 Britten
Quatre Chansons Françaises Ian Bostridge (tenor), Britten Sinfonia, conductor Daniel Harding 8.30 Rachmaninov The Isle of the DeadRoyal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Andrew Litton
With Donald Macleod.
4: Indian Summer
Une Chatelaine en Sa Tour, Op 110 NicanorZabaleta (harp)
Nocturne No 12 in E minor, Op 107 7 Kathryn Stott (piano)
Violin Sonata No 2 in E minor, Op 108
Dong-Suk Kang , Pascal Devoyon (piano) Barcarolle No 12 in E flat, Op 106b Kathryn Stott (piano)
LesJardinsClos, Opl06 EllyAmeling (soprano), Dalton Baldwin (piano)
Jatinder Verma. Continuing this week's sequence of programmes in which writer and director Jatinder Verma charts the progress of staging his new play, Genesis, with his theatre company Tara Arts ,
Britain's first Asian theatre company.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Honegger Pastorale d'Ete Bavarian Radio Sym phony Orchestra/Charles Dutoit
10.14 Marais Sonnerie de Sainte Genevieve du
Mont de Paris Alice Harnoncourt (violin), Nikolaus Harnoncourt (viola da gamba), Herbert Tachzei (harpsichord)
10.23 Haydn Symphony No 46 /nSAustro-
Hungarian Haydn Orchestra, conductor Adam Fischer
10.41 Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 3 in D minorShura Cherkassky.Royal
Philharmonic Orchestra/Yuri Temirkanov
Artist in Focus: Alfred Brendel
Humphrey Burton presents more great recordings of the Austrian pianist from the BBC archive, including a performance of Liszt's titanic Piano Sonata in B minor.
Brahms Ballades , Op 10
Busoni Seven Elegies: No 3; No 6
Liszt Aux Cypres de la Villa d'Este (Annees de Pèlerinage: Book 3) Bartok Four Dirges
Liszt Sonata in B minor
PM The first of two recitals this week of Haydn string quartets given in the Royal Northern College of Music as part of the 1999 Haydn Festival. Sorrel Quartet
Haydn String Quartets: in D, Op 64 No 5
(The Lark); in E flat, Op 33 No 2 (The Joke); in D, Op 71 No 2 (R)
Second programme tomorrow lpm
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Bizet Carmen: Suite No 1
Conductor Jun'ichi Hirokami
Chopin Piano Concerto No 1 in E minor
Leon McCawley , conductor Tadaaki Otaka Milhaud Ballet: Le Boeufsurle Toit
Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Franck Symphony in D minor Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Ferruccio Dante Michelangiolo Benvenuto Busoni. Piers Lane looks back on the career and music of one of the greatest pianists of the early 20th century. The programme includes recordings by Busoni and specially recorded performances of his music by Hamish Milne and Piers Lane. Producer Chris Wines
Presented by Sean Rafferty , including a look back at the wartime concerts from the National Gallery organised by Myra Hess. Music in the programme includes at 5.35 Strauss's Duet Concertino played by the Britten Sinfonia conducted by Nicholas Cleobury , with soloists Joy Farrall (clarinet) and Julie Andrews (bassoon), and at 6.40 Moeran's String Quartet No 2 performed by the Vanbrugh Quartet.
A rare performance of a fantasy opera by the Austrian composer
Alexander Zemlinsky , written between 1897 and 1899 with the encouragement of Gustav
Mahler. Once Upon a Time tells the story of a princess who in true fairy-tale tradition (and with the help of a magic kettle) marries her prince and - after a rather unusual startto their relationship- lives with him happily ever after. Zemlinsky Es War Einmal
Apollo Voices, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Science-fiction writer William Gibson was one of the very few people to anticipate the information and communication revolution of recent years, and his novels have become renowned fortheir prophetic themes, as well as fortheir powerful and literary style. He talks to Laura Cumming about imagining the future as his latest work All Tomorrow's Partiestakes us into a post-net world. And on national Poetry Day, Christopher Ricks discusses his new edition of the seminal anthology The
Oxford Book of English Verse, and writer lain Sinclair makes his case for one of The Lost Voices of British Poetry.
Verity Sharp introduces a performance by Ensemble Modern of Rzewski's energetic Coming Together, as well as the traditional Turkish SongofUmmuthe Virgin. Plus some amazing Renaissance polyphony.
At Ronnie Scott's
In her second set from the famous Soho club, Regina Carter concludes this week of programmes celebrating the club's 40th anniversary. The jazz club was opened in the basement premises of 39 Gerrard Street in London's Soho on Friday 30
October 1959. It was the realisation of a dream for its two founding members
Ronnie Scott and Pete King. By 1965 the success of the club required them to find bigger premises and they moved to 47 Frith Street. Introduced by Alyn Shipton.
With Jonathan Swain. 12.05am Corelll
Violin Sonata in A, Op 5 No 612.15 Stravinsky Dumbarton Oaks 12.30 Dobrzynski Monbarl2.45 Christian Sinding, arr Nicolaj Hansen Mélodie Mignonne Debussy, arr Felix Griessle Prélude a I "Apres-Midi d 'un Faune 1.00
Stravinsky Suite: The Firebirdl.30 Fasch Sonata in D minorl.40 Bach Cantata No
54: Widerstehe Doch derSunde 1.50
Tchaikovsky SixPieces.Op 19 2.20 Telemann Quartet in E minor (Paris
Quartet) 2.45 Gassman Stabat Mater
3.00 - 5.00 Schools
Music Workshop 3.20 Let's Move! 3.40 Words Alive 3.55 First Steps in Drama
4.10 Listen and Write 4.30 Alphabet Time
4.40 Intermediate History
5.00 Nicolai Overture: The Merry Wives of WindsorS.10 Mozart Piano Concerto
No 12 in A, K414 5.40 Haydn Symphony No 49 in F minor (La Passione)