With Fiona Taikington.
6.00 Giovanni Gabriei ! Du/c/s Jesu
6.30 Prokofiev t//o/<n Sonata No 2
7.00 Kodaiy Mssa Brevis
8.00 Rachmaninov M3ca//se
8.40Hindernith Sympnon/cMetamofpnos/s of Themes by Car/ Mar/a von tVeber
Verdi DeM 7nMto Trascorsa.... Ltb/amo ne 'L/et/
('La Traviata) Ileana Cotrubas (soprano), Piacido Domingo (tenor), Bavarian State Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Cartos Hieiber
9.15 Bach Tno Sonata <n Cm/nor, BtW526 Simon Preston (organ)
9.25 Haydn Vollendet /st das Grosse Werh (The Creation) Soloists. Monteverd! Choir, Engtish Baroque Sotoists, conductor John EhotGardiner
9.35 Rossini Str/ng Sonata No -t /n G ASMF, conductor Neviiie Marnner
9.45 Aikan Le Fesf/n d'Esope etudes, Op 39) Bernard Ringeissen (piano)
10.00 Weiii K/e/ne Dre<groscnenmus/<< Ph!iharmonia Orchestra/Otto Kiemperer
10.30 Bach Cantata No 14: War Gott Mcnt m/t Uns D/eseZe/t Krisztina Laki (soprano), A!do Batdin (tenor), Phitippe Huttenlocher (baritone), GaschingerKantorei, Stuttgart Bach Coitegium, conductor Heimuth Riiiing
10.50 Wariock Serenade Bournemouth
Sinfonia, conductor Norman De! Mar
11.05 Mozart Serenade ;n D, K239 ('Serenata Notturna.) Orpheus CO
11.25 Berwaid Grand Septet /r) B flat Meios Ensembte
11.55 Dyson /r) Honour of tne C/ty Royai Coifege of Music Chamber Choir, RPO, conductor David Whicocks
Producer Sarah Devona)d
Ivan Hewett talks to one of the towering figures of contemporary music, Pierre Boulez, whose 75th year is marked by the Boulez 2000 festival. Plus a look at the first steps to change the Royal Festival Hall's acoustics, which musicians and audiences have complained about for years.
Chris de Souza introduces a recital given last November in St George's, Brandon Hill , Bristol.
Joanna MacGregor (piano) Byrd HugD /4ston 's Ground Ades Traced Overnead
Dowiand Fonorn Hope Fancye Birtwistie Harr/son 's Clocks
Bach Contrapunctus 2 (The Art of Fugue) Nancarrow Three Studies for player piano Matthew Fairciough / Altered Ends, Revealed Beginnings
Somei Satoh Incantation /<
Cage Water Music
Joanna MacGregor Dance <t
Jonathan Harvey Tombeau de Messiaen Bach /Â«/emande (Part/ta tr! D, BWV828)
Writer Jenny Unglow explores musical manifestations of the fusion of love with fantasy, fairytale, magic and myth, including music by Dvorak and Handel and an interview with a singer who worked with Debussy on his opera Pelleas et Melisande - Dame Maggie Teyte.
Gerard McBurney unlocks the secrets of Ravet's Stnng Quartet - his only work for the medium -with specially recorded examples from the Schubert Ensemble. Producer Kerry Chapman
Atthough Bach never wrote an opera, his cantatas and Passions contain music of intense drama and operatic virtuosity, ivan Hewett exp!ores this music, with contributions from directors
Jonathan Miller and Peter SeHars. producer Kate Bolton
Wherever he has lived - Cambridge, London, Belfast and Glasgow - the poet/critic Philip Hobsbaum has identified writers of talent and genius and welcomed them into his home. Roisin McAuley invites Seamus Heaney, James Kelman, Liz Lochhead and others - including Hobsbaum himself - to assess his method of critical analysis and to recreate the electric atmosphere of "the group". Producer Nigel Acheson
Edward Bond's play is set in a remote Sussex village in 1907. The drowning of Mrs Rafi's nephew is the catatyst for the unleashing of a storm which will change the life of this small community for ever.
Boulevard So/ttude - Sympnon/c /ntermezz/ Gustav Mah)er Youth Orchestra, conductorCiaudioAbbado
A Requiem for Michael
A recent recording of Herbert Howell's choral masterpiece Hymnus Paradis; composed in 1938 as a requiem for his son Michael - is the centrepiece of tonight's programme, in which Paul Guinery is joined by conductor Paul Spicer. Howell's Kent Yeoman's Wooing Song Joan Rodgers (soprano),
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor).
BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, conductor Richard Hickox
Requiem (excerpts) Rnzi Singers , director Paul Spicer Hymnus Paradis/
Joan Rodgers (soprano),
Anthony Roife Johnson (tenor).
BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Richard Hickox
Motet.' 7a<(e H/m. Eart/i, /bfC/]er/s/)/ng Finzi Singers, conductor Paul Spicer (R)
The Saharawipeoie are traditionally nomads, but when Morocco occupied the Western Sahara in 1975 nearly 100.000 of them went to live in exile in refugee camps in Algeria. and here in isolation their music has flourished. in the last of four programmes Lucy Duran discovers a rich tradition little known beyond the Sahara.
ian Bostridge (tenor) and Graham Johnson (piano) perform Schubert's song cyc)e W/nferre<se in a performance from the 1996 Edinburgh international Festiva). (R)
With Jonathan Swain.
1.00 Bach SUo;)n Pass/on 2.50 Kuhnau B<b//ca/Sonata No2tnGmtnor
3.05 Chan Ka N)n 5u<te; Four Seasons
3.20 Tchaikovsky Sympnony No 2 <n Cm;nor(L<tt<e Russian)
4.00 Prokoftev Ptano Sonata No 6, Op 82
4.15 Bach Orcnesfra / Su<te No 3 /n D, BWV1068
4.40 Ra)t!o Sympnon/c BaMade
5.10 Bach Concerto /n D m/nor ror two
5.35 Caste)nuevo-Tedesco Capnec/o D/aboHco
5.45 Einar Engtund Tne Wn/te Re/ndeer