5.15 Arensky Suite No 4 for two pianos, Op 62 5.40 Murray Adaskin Dedication
5.40 Leo Brouwer Elogio de la Danza Dowland Fantasy (Fancy)
5.50 Biber Sonata Nola8 8 (Sonatae tam Aris quamAulis Servientes)
With Tommy Pearson.
Guerrero Magnificat Octavi Toni Choir of Westminster Cathedral,
His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts, conductor James O'Donnell
6.20 Haydn Horn Concerto No 1 in D
Timothy Brown , Academy of Ancient Music, conductor Christopher Hogwood
7.00 Chabrier Espana Toulouse Capitole Orchestra, conductor Michel Plasson
7.20 Arensky Suite No 1 in F, Op 15
Stephen Coombs and Ian Munro (pianos)
8.00 Beethoven StringQuartet in F (after Piano Sonata, Op 14 No 1) Tokyo Quartet
8.50 Adams Short Ride in a Fast Machine
CBSO, conductor Simon Rattle
Berlioz was born in La C6te-St-Andre, a small town between Lyon and Grenoble, but Paris became his home, and he once remarked that he could never consider living anywhere else. Today Donald Macleod explores Berlioz's association with the city. Symphonie Funebre et Triomphale (Finale) Montreal SO, conductor Charles Dutoit Symphonie Fantastique (excerpt)
Cleveland Orchestra/Pierre Boulez Overture: Le Corsaire
VassilySinaisky Benvenuto Cellini (excerpt) Nicolai Gedda (tenor), BBCSO, conductor Colin Davis Dies Irae (Grande Messe des Morts)
Ernst Senff Choir , Berlin Philharmonic, conductor James Levine
Antony Gormley. The sculptor has recently returned from Stavanger, where he visited locations for his new work. How do his plans compare with the sites he has chosen?
With Stephanie Hughes.
Stravinsky Concerto in E flat (Dumbarton Oaks) St Paul Chamber Orchestra, conductor Christopher Hogwood
10.21 Franck Symphonic Variations GyorgyCziffra (piano), Budapest SO, conductor Gyorgy Cziffra Jr
10.38 Britten Quartet of the Defeated (Paul Bunyan , Act 1) Leah-Marian Jones (mezzo), Timothy Robinson (tenor), Peter Coleman-Wright (baritone),
Jeremy White (bass), Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, conductor Richard Hickox
10.43 Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World) Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Rafael Kubelik
The last of five programmes this week in which Humphrey Burton talks to cellist Yo-Yo Ma about his life and approach to music. 5: Bach and the Romantic Concerto
Today Yo-Yo Ma performs two Bach suites and a famous Romantic concerto.
Bach Cello Suite in G, BWV1007 Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor
Bach Cello Suite in D minor, BWV1008
Chris de Souza introduces another recital in the series featuring the music of the Scandinavian and Baltic regions, given at St George's, Bristol, last November. Endymion Ensemble
Berwaid Quartet in E flat for piano and winds, Op 1
Erik Bergman Piano Sonatina, Op 36 Nielsen Wind Quintet, Op 43
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Prokofiev Symphony No 7 Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Bruch Scottish Fantasy Dong-Suk Kang (violin), conductor Takuo Yuasa
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique) Conductor David Atherton
Soprano Catherine Bott talks to
Lucie Skeaping and introduces highlights of a concert given during last year's Suffolk
Villages Festival in which she was joined by Pavlo Beznosiuk and Mark Levy (vielles) and Frances Kelly (harp) in a programme of medieval songs by Dufay, Landini and others. Producer Lindsay Kemp
Sean Rafferty presents a special edition to mark World Book Day. Music includes at
5.00 Slbelius's Prelude: The Tempest performed by the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra under Neeme Jarvi; at 6.00
Offenbach's Overture: Robinson Crusoe
(excerpt) played by the Royal Philharmonic under Alun Franics ; and at 6.40 Ravel's
Suite: Ma Mère J'Oye performed by Jean-
Philippe Collard and Michel Beroff (pianos).
A concert given last Sunday by the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment as part of their BBC residency at St George's in Bristol. Rachel Beckett (flute), Anthony Robson (recorder), Matthew Hargreaves (baritone), James Rutherford (baritone). Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, director
Nicholas Kraemer Telemann Suite: Don Quixote
8.00 Twenty Minutes: A Sound Read Ivan Hewett is joined by actress Jenny Agutter and critic and broadcaster
Rob Cowan to review recently published books on music. This month's edition features Big Bangs by Howard Goodall , Tosca's Rome by Susan Vandiver Nicassio , and Alma Rose - Vienna toAuschwitzby Richard Newman.
8.20 Telemann Overture: Alster;
Concerto for flute and recorder in E minor
LaloSchifrin Old Laces The composer (piano), Ernie Royal (trumpet),
Jerome Richardson (flute), Richard Davis (bass),
Gene Beroncini (guitar), GradyTate (drums)
Paul Allen marks World Book Daywith a discussion on changing interpretations of some of the most influential writers in history with OliverTaplin, editor of a new collection of essays Literature in the Greek and Roman Worlds. And contemporary British writers recommend the foreign fiction that has inspired them.
Verity Sharp presents three works by Julian Anderson and music by one of his teachers, French specialist Tristan Murail.
Julian Anderson Diptych BBCSO, conductor Oliver Knussen
Tristan Murall Allegories Dominique MY (electric piano), Ensemble FA
Julian Anderson The Crazed Moon BBCSO, conductor Oliver Knussen
Tristan Murall Territoires de l'Oubli
Dominique MY (piano)
Julian Anderson Stations of the Sun BBCSO, conductor Oliver Knussen.
Tristan Murall Allegories
With Susan Sharpe. 12.05am Debussy, orch Ravel Danse (Tarantelle Styrienne)
12.10 Salzedo Variations sur un Thème dans le Style Ancien 12.20 Haydn String
Quartet in B flat, Op 50 No 112.45 Britten Lachrymae 1.00 Haydn Symphony No 65 in A Bernstein Serenade Beethoven
Symphony No 5 in C minor2.40 Weiss Suite No 21 in G minor 3.00 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4 in G, BWV1 04 9 3.15 Purcell King Arthur (excerpts) 3.30 Vanhal
Symphony in A minor3.50 Kuhnau Der Streit zwischen David und Goliath
4.00 Schumann Davidsbundlertanze , Op 6
4.45 Weber Clarinet Concertino in E flat
5.00 Rosenmuller Sinfonia a 4 5.10 Chopin Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante in E flat, Op 22
5.25Tartini Trumpet Concerto in D
5.35 Britten Five Flower Songs 5.45 Mozart Serenade in D, K239 (Serenata Notturna)