Scherzo No 4 in E, Op 54 5.15
Ascenclo Four Movements from "Collectici
Intim " 5.30 Respighi Church Windows
With Tommy Pearson.
Dvorak Nocturne in B Op 40 Czech Philharmonic, conductor Jiri Belohlavek
6.40 Bach Concerto in Fforharpsichord, two recorders and strings, BWV1057
Christophe Rousset (harpsichord), Rachel Beckett and Marion Scott (recorders), Academy of Ancient Music,
7.10 Allegri Miserere Mei A SeiVoci, director Bernard Fabre-Garrus
7.45 Moeran Fantasy Quartet Sarah Francis (oboe), Members ofthe English String Quartet
8.00 Haydn The Heavens Are Telling the Glory of God (The Creation)
Sylvia McNair (soprano), Michael Shade (tenor), Gerald Finley (bass), Monteverdi Choir ,
English Baroque Soloists, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
8.25 Tchaikovsky Suite: The Nutcracker BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
With Donald Macleod. Berlioz was obliged to spend two years at the Villa Medici after winning the coveted Prix de Rome. Despite his initial reluctance, his stay In Italy turned out to be fruitful, and Italy became an important source of inspiration to him. Overture: Roman Carnival BBC
Philharmonic, conductor VassilySinaisky Harold in Italy (excerpt) Nobuko imai
(viola), John Alldis Choir , London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
Lelio, ou Le Retoura a la Vie, Op 14b
(excerpt) Jean-Louis Barrault (narrator),
London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Pierre Boulez
Overture: King Lear BBC Philharmonic, conductor VassilySinaisky
Antony Gorm/ey. The sculptor continues work on his new multi-figure piece for
Stavanger in Norway. A new map ofthe town has been made, and Antony Gormley must choose locations for the figures.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Mozart Piano Sonata in minor, K310 GyorgyCziffra
10.24 Arnold Divertimento for flute, oboe and clarinet, Op37 Nash Ensemble
10.32 Martinu Three Madrigals Bohuslav Matousek (violin), Jan Peruska (viola)
10.49 Dvorak Symphony No 7 in D minor London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras
Humphrey Burton talks to Yo-Yo Ma about his life and music and plays some of his recordings from the BBC archives. 3: Chamber Music with Friends
Bach Cello Suite in Eflat, BWV1010 Mozart Piano Trio in G, K564 With Young Uck Kim (violin), Emanuel Ax (piano)
Brahms Piano Quartet No 1 in G minor,
Op 25 With Young Uck Kim (violin), Nobuko Imai (viola), Emanuel Ax (piano)
A recital given last month in the BT Studio at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast.
Haydn String Quartet in E flat, Op 50 No 3 Mendelssohn String Quartet in A minor, Op 13
This week's Tchaikovsky theme continues with the second piano concerto, performed here in its original version.
Janacek Taras Bulba
Conductor Jiri Belohlavek
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 2 in G Peter Donohoe , conductor Alexander Lazarev
Prokofiev Symphony No 5
Conductor Manfred Honeck
From the Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge.
Psalm 51: Miserere Mei (Allegri). First Lesson: Isaiah 1, wlO-18. Antiphon: Non in Solo Pane.
Canticles: Farrant Short Service.
Second Lesson: Luke 15, wll-32. Anthem: Ne Irascaris Domine (Byrd). Hymn: Lord Jesus, Think on Me (Southwell).
Organ Voluntary: Chorale Prelude and Fugue "OTraurigkeit, 0 Herzeleid" (Brahms).
Director of music Christopher Robinson. Organ student Christopher Whitton.
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at
5.35 Dvorak's Miniatures played by Erich Hobarth and Peter Matzka (violins) and Thomas Riebl (viola); at 6.00
Vaughan Willlams 's Silent Noon (The House of Life) performed by Ian Bostridge (tenor) and Julius Drake (piano); and at 6.05
Copland's Clarinet Concerto played by Martin Frost with the Malmo Symphony Orchestra under Lan Shui.
A concert given earlierthis month in the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. Mikhail Rudy (piano),
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor VassilySinaisky
Tchaikovsky Manfred Symphony; Piano Concerto No 1 in B flat minor
Scriabin Poem of Ecstasy
A selection of Nocturnes by the Irish composer John Reid. John O'Conor (piano)
Do the world's cities sufferfrom sameness? If so, why should we care?
Philip Dodd explores the changing nature of urban life with the sociologist and writer Richard Sennett. Plus a reassessment of Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange, and the third in this week's series of foreign fiction recommendations.
Fiona Talkington introduces music from 15th-century Prague and from guitarist Ralph Towner.
Alyn Shipton introduces the second set from London's Jazz Cafe played by Barbara Dennerlein and her trio.
With Susan Sharpe.
12.05am Glinka Kamarinskaya
12.10 Quantz Duet for two flutes, Op 2
12.25 Prokofiev Symphony No 7
1.00 Dohnanyi Symphonic Minutes, Op 36; Piano Quintet in C minor, Op 1 Weiner Hungarian Suite
2.15 Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer Suite No 4 in D minor (Le Journal du Printemps)
2.25 JCF Bach Pygmalion Cantata
Johann Caspar Ferdinand
3.00 Time and Tune
3.20 Together: an Assembly for Schools
3.40 Dance Workshop
4.00 Singing Together Celebrate!
4.20 Scottish Resources 10-12
4.40 Talking Points