With Penny Gore.
Wagner , transcr Liszt/Kocs)s Pre/ude and L/ebestod Zoitan Kocsis (piano)
6.35 Mozart /< Musical Joke, K522 Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
7.05Wiren Serenade for str/ng orchestra, Op 11 StockhotmSinfonietta, conductor Esa-Pekka Sa!onen
7.45 Viva)di Concerto /n G for oboe and bassoon, RV545
Milan Turkovic (bassoon). English Concert. director Trevor P!nnock (harpsichord)
8.00 Haydn String 7r/o /n B r/at, Op 53 No 2 GrumiauxTrio
8.50 E)gar Tr/umpha/Marcr) (Caractacus) RLPO, conductor Charges Groves
With Donaid Macteod. The reputation of the magnificence of the Dresden court of Augustus the Strong spread throughout Europe. Musicians from as far afieid as !taiy and Bohemia were attracted by the quality of the music-making.
Vivatdi Wo//n Concerto/nGm/nor, RV577 Virtuosi Saxoniae , director LudwigGuttier Veracini Sonata <4ccadem/cne /n B flat, Op 2 No 2 Located Trio
Fasch Concerto /n D for two norns, two oboes, stnngsandeont/nuo
Peter Damm and Dieter Pansa (horns),
Capeha Sagittanana , director Wotfram Just Buffardin f7ute Concerto /n Em/nor Dresden
Baroque Soloists, director Eckhart Haupt
The poet Jo Shapcott talks about her work translating Rise's French poems.
With Jonathan Swain.
Janacek, arrTa))ch Su/fe: 77)0 Cunning
Little Vixen Prague Symphony Orchestra. conductor Jiri Beiohiavek
10.23 Granados Danzas Espanolas, Op 37 Nos 7-12 Eduardo dei Pueyo (piano)
10.52 Nielsen C/annet Concerto
Benny Goodman, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Morton Gouid
11.22 Granados E/Pe/e/e (Goyescas) Aiicia de Larrocha (piano)
Tommy Pearson finishes his week's programmes at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in the City of London. He presents the students in excerpts from the British premiere of a Donizetti opera, their own jazz compositions, solo showpieces by Liszt and Elena Langer, and French Baroque music, including works by Couperin and Oerambautt. Plus the Guildhall Symphony Orchestra in a masterclass with Pierre Boulez , and performances by the Guildhall String Chamber Ensemble.
A recital given at the 1999 Buxton Festival by the Emperor Quartet.
Mozart Str/ngOuartet /n G. K.156 Wo)f /fa//an Serenade
Wa)ton Str/ngOuartet/n/4 m/nor (R)
BBC Mat/ona/ Orchestfa of Wa/es
Ber)ioz Overture: Waverley
Conductor Van Pascal Torteiier
Faure Su/te.' Pe//easandMe//sande
Conductor Adrian Leaper
Saint-Saens P/ano Concerto No 2 fn G m/nor, Kathryn Stott. conductor Marin Aisop
Bertioz Roya/Hunt and Storm (7'ne Trojans) Conductor Yan Pasca !Torte!ier
Le//o Sebastian Torte )ier(narrator), Arthur Davies and Martyn Hiti (tenors), Neat
Davies (baritone). Leeds Festival Chorus, conductor Yan Pascal Tortetier .
Julian Joseph reflects on the career of Herbie Hancock and presents selections from a previously unbroadcast concert given at London's Royal Festival Hall in 1997 featuring John Scofieid (guitar), Michael Brecker (saxophone), Dave Holland (bass), Jack De Johnette (drums) and Don Ahas (percussion). Producer Felix Carey
Humphrey Carpenter talks to Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau about his extraordinary career, plays excerpts from the archives and assesses his influence on the young singers of today. Music includes at 5.00 Schubert's Du Bist d<e Run. 0 7 76. performed by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) and Gerald Moore (piano): at
5.35 Bridge's The Two Hunchbacks played by the Britten Sinfonia under Nicholas Cleobury ; and at 5.50 Shostakovich's Three Violin Duets performed by Itzhak Perlman and Pinchas Zukerman (violins) and Samuel Sanders (piano).
From the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. The third concert in a series featuring the works of Sibelius. Grigory Sokoiov (piano). BBC Scottish SO, conductor Osmo Vanska Sibeilus Pohjola's Daughter
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 1 in C
8.25 Twenty Minutes: Four Chekhov Comedies: Alistair McGowan reads from the comic short stories of Anton Chekhov. 4: A Dreadful Night
8.45 Sibelius The Dryad; Symphony No 5
Paul Allen explores the life and work of William Empson, who in 1930, at the age of 24, won international acclaim for Seven Types of Ambiguity, a book that changed the course of literary criticism. But he was also a gifted poet, and in the light of a new edition of all his published verse Night Waves examines the impact of his work. And as Brazil prepares to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the arrival of the Portuguese, does the culture of the indigenous peoples survive?
Verity Sharp presents an aft-British edition played by the Nash Ensemble under
Martyn Brabbins. featuring music from their recent South Bank Concert series.
Thomas Ades Catch
Richard Causton R/tua/s orHunh'ngand B/ood/ng (first performance)
Oliver Knussen Masks forso/o r?ure
Mark-Anthony Turnage An /rwentfon on SoMude James MacMfiian Ra/s/ng Spares With Jean Rigby (mezzo)
Hamson Birtwistie The m'man and tDe Hare
With Ciaron McFaddon (soprano) and Juiia Watson (speaker)
With Susan Sharpe. 12.05am Brahms
Rhapsody in G minor. Op 79 No 212.10
Einar Engiund Symphony No 4 (Nostalgic)
12.40 Geminiani Concerto Grosso in E minor, Op 3 No 612.50 Bach Praeludium and Fughetta ;r) G. BM'V9021.00
Shostakovich Symphony No 5: Symphony No 6 Slovak Radio SO/Ladisiav Slovak
2.25 Bartok For Children. Book 1
(excerpts) 2.35 Druzecky Sextet <n F r!at
3.00 Anon, arr Memetsdorff/Staier Court Masques under Charles < and // 3.15
Handel Suite in G. HtW350 Crater Music)
3.25 Brahms Eight Piano Pieces. Op 76
3.55 Wolf Mor;<<e Lieder 4.10 Beethoven
Fantasia in C minor, Op 804.30 Couperin Douzieme Concert a deux wo/es 4.40
Siivio Foretic Three Part invention 4.50
Suppe Overture.' Light Cavalry 5.00 Glinka Overture.' Pus/an and Lyudmilla 5.10
Rosetti Concerto in E flat /br hvo horns
5.30 Rdntgen T'heme and Variations, Op 17 5.40 Diepenbrock <ncantat<on 5.45 Kajanus Rhapsody No 1 back