With Fiona Talkington.
Haydn Divertimento in G, H // 2
6.40 Bax Harp Quintet
7.00 Nielsen Chaconne, Op 32
7.45 Charpentier Canticum pro Pace
8.00 Smyth Concerto for violin and horn
8.45Takemitsu Vers l'Arc-en-Ciel, Palma
Dvorak Carnival Overture Bavarian RSO, conductor Rafael Kubelik
9.25 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
9.45 Gliere Intermezzo and Tarantella
Duncan McTier (double bass), Kathron Sturrock (piano)
9.50 Shostakovich Suite: Moscow-
Cheryomushki Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly
10.20 Anon A Suite of Dances Piffaro
10.35 Bach Cantata No 13: Meine Seufzer , Meine Tranen Edith Mathis (soprano), Anna Reynolds (mezzo), Peter Schreier
(tenor), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Munich Bach Choir and Orchestra, conductor Karl Richter
11.05 Schubert Klavierstuck in E flat minor, 0946/Vol Andras Schiff (piano)
11.25 Rossini Non Piu Mesta (La
Cenerentola) Marilyn Home (mezzo), Orchestra of the Royal Opera House,
Covent Garden, conductor Henry Lewis
11.30 Bax Oboe Quintet Nash Ensemble
11.55 Respighi Ballata delle Gnomidi BBCPO, conductor Edward Downes
Producer Sarah Devonald
Ivan Hewett previews Music of the Heart, a Wes Craven film about the true life story of a violin teacher's battle to bring music to schoolchildren in Harlem. Plus a masterclass given by baritone
Thomas Hampson as part of ENO's Young Singers Training Programme. Producer Jessica Isaacs
Poet Ruth Padel explores masculinity in the human voice. She believes the male voice has a complex set of moral and emotional resonances. Music which reveals these characteristics includes Verdi's
Don Carlos , Mozart's Don Giovanni and also
Gute Nachtirom Schubert 's Winterreise in a 1976 performance by Hans Hotter. Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Composer and broadcaster Anthony Payne unlocks the secrets of Mozart's Sinfonia
Concertante for violin and viola. Specially recorded examples from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Brad Cohen , helpto illuminate the textures and deconstruct the music.
Producer Gautam Rangarajan
1: Eisenach. In the first of an occasional
six-part series exploring the places where Bach lived and worked, Joshua Rifkin visits the composer's birthplace, Eisenach.
Kevin Jackson presents a profile of the Victorian writer, artist and cultural critic
John Ruskin , who died 100 years ago this month. Ruskin's moral vision has made him largely unpalatable to modern readers, and his notoriously unsuccessful marriage has excited more curiosity than his books. But as Ruskin's writings seem to strike an ever more resonant note, a growing number of people argue that it is time to read Ruskin again. Producer Abigail Appleton
Music associated with the city Ruskin loved. Stravinsky Monumentum pro Gesualdo di Venosa ad CD Annum
Columbia SO, conducted by the Composer G Gabrieli Magnificat a 33 Gabrieli Consort , conductor Paul McCreesh
5.00 Two Brecht Cantatas, Plus
Aconcertfrom London's Barbican Hall featuring Kurt Weill choral works to words by Bertholt Brecht and music written in the 1920s for the new medium of radio.
Brindsley Sherratt (bass), Thomas Randle (tenor), Peter Savidge (bass), BBC Symphony Chorus, BBC Concert
Orchestra, conductor Stephen Jackson Weill Das Berliner Requiem; Weill, arr David Drew Trains Bound for Glory
(Railroads on Parade); Weill Cantata: The Lindbergh Flight
6.30 The String Quartets
A recital given by the Chilingirian Quartet in St Giles, Cripplegate, London.
Weill Two Movements for String Quartet; String Quartet No 1 Op 8 String Quartet in B minor
7.30 On Broadway - the Firebrand of Florence. A performance from London's Barbican Centre of Weill's 1944 musical based on the life of Benvenuto Cellini.
Weill The Firebrand of Florence
BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
8.30 Speak Low (When You Speak Love) Erik Levi looks at the background to the writing of The Firebrandas recalled in letters between Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya.
8.50 Act 2
By Gill Adams , after Simon Gantillon. The harsh story of a young prostitute in Hull in the nineties and the events that unfold when she takes up lodgings with old Rosie, a drunken old prostitute, and Danny, her isolated and naive young son. The play uses strong language and contains disturbing scenes.
Directors Polly Thomas and Melanie Harris
Paul Guinery introduces a selection of recent CD releases of choral music, including Handel's Dixit Dominus and Salve Regina performed by Marc Minkowski 's Musiciensdu Louvre , and music for chamber choir by Rautavaara, Part, Ligeti and Howells. Producer Paul Hindmarsh
In the second of four programmes,
Lucy Duran travels to Essaouira and joins in an all-night Ma. where the music of the Gnawa brotherhood is said to have the power to summon spirits of healing. Producer Roger Short
With Susan Sharpe. 1.00 A concert of choral music given last March in the Vilnius City Hall. Including works by Michael Haydn , Lasso, Massaino, Bemardi, Stadlmayer and Mozart.2.05 Mozart Piano Sonata in C, K5452.20 Beethoven String Quartet in E minor, Op 59 No 2 (Rasumovsky) 2.55 Zemzaris Marvel Pieces 3.15 Copland Lincoln Portrait 3.25 Walton Cello
Concerto 3.55 Kuhlau Piano Sonatina in C, Op 59 No 34.15 Couperin Pièces de
Clavecin No 8 in B minor 4.50 Charpentier Mass 5.05 Beethoven Violin Sonata in C minor, Op 30 No 2 5.40 Tormis Autumn Landscapes 5.50 Trad, arr
Ernest McMillan Blanche , Comme la Neige