With Tommy Pearson.
Berlioz La Mort d'Ophe/ie (Tristia) John Alldis Choir ,
LSO, conductor Colin Davis
6.35 Strauss Duett-Concertino
Robert Plane (clarinet), Stephen Reay (bassoon), Northern Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
7.00 Schubert Marche Militaire in D, D733 No 1 Daniel Barenboim and Radu Lupu (piano duet)
7.35 Haydn String Quartet in C, Op 33 No 3 (The Bird) The Lindsays
8.00 Vivaldi Concerto in C for two trumpets, RV537 Mark Bennett and Michael Harrison , English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
8.45 Borodin Polovtsian Dances (Prince Igor) Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Herbert von Karajan
With Donald Macleod. After returningto Vienna from a comprehensive tour as a piano virtuoso, Hummel became a pupil of Haydn and a friend and rival of Beethoven. He established himself as a teacher and eventually succeeded Haydn as kapellmeister to the Esterhazy family. Piano Sonata in Eflat, Op 13 (1st mvt) Ian Hobson
Octet-Partita in Eflat Wind Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe Trumpet Concerto in E flat
Reinhold Friedrich , Vienna Academy
Orchestra, conductor Martin Haselbock Offertorium in F Amanda Halgrimson (soprano), Czech Philharmonic Choir, Vienna Academy Orchestra, conductor Martin Haselbock (R)
The director Ken Loach talks about his new film and describes the problem of finding a Mexican immigrant actress who has not become too Americanised.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Elgar Overture: Cockaigne (In London Town) LPO, conductor Georg Solti
10.19 Bartok String Quartet No 2 Hungarian Quartet
10.49 Strauss Man Soil Ihr Geben.... Ich
Habe Deinen Mund Gekusst (Salome)
Birgit Nilsson (soprano), Gerhard Stoltze (tenor), Grace Hoffman (mezzo), Vienna Philharmonic, conductor Georg Solti
11.12 Bartok String Quartet No 3 Vegh Quartet
In today's programme Tommy Pearson introduces music specially composed for amateur performers.
Michael Ball An English Suite Fodens
(Courtois) Band, conductor Nicholas Childs Philip Wilby A Passion for Our Times
Roger Harrington (narrator), Choir of St Hilda's College, Oxford, Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra, conductor James Gourlay
Jukka Linkola Primitive Music (first performance) Tapiola Choir, director Kari Ala-Pollanen
A recital bythe young Russian pianist
Alexander Melnikov , given last May at the Guildhall, Bath, as part of the Bath International Music Festival.
Chopin Introduction and Variations in B flat onHerold's "Ludovic", Op 12 Prokofiev Visions Fugitives
Schumann Symphonic Studies, Op 13 (R)
Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A Conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
Brahms Violin Concerto in D
Leonidas Kavakos , conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier Franck Symphony in D minor
Conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Juliane Banse at Feldkirch lain Burnside introduces a recital of Schubert songs given by the young
German soprano Juliane Banse , pianist
Wolfram Rieger and clarinettist Paul Meyer at last year's Feldkirch Schubertiade. Schubert Auf dem See;
DerJunglingam Bache, D638;
Versunken; DerKonigin Thule; Die Gotter Griechenlands ; Wandrers Nachtlied II; Des Madchens Klage; Gretchen am Spinnrade; Erster Verlust ; Hoffnung, 0637; DerJunglingam Bache, D30;
DerHirt aufdem Felsen Producer Clive Portbury
On the first night of a new Royal Opera
House production of Martinu's The Greek Passion, Sean Raffertytalks to its director, David Pountney , about this powerful 20th-century drama. Music includes at 5.35
Khandoshkin's Variations on Russian Folk
Tunes performed by Musica Petropolitana ; at 5.50 Sibelius's Suite Mignonne performed by the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra under Neeme Jarvi; and at 6.50 Chabrier's Bourree Fantasque played by Alain Planes (piano).
From the Royal Festival Hall, London.
Murray Perahia conducts and directs from the keyboard an all-Bach concert.
Kenneth Sillito and Harvey de Souza (violins), Jaime Martin (flute),
Academy of St Martin in the Fields, director Murray Perahia (piano)
Brandenburg Concerto No 1 in F. BWV1046; Keyboard Concerto in A, BWV1055; Concerto in D minor for two violins,
8.30 Twenty Minutes: Voices of the Ancient World Two programmes exploring the life of the ancient Greeks.
1: Greeks in Private. How much do we know about what the ancient Greeks got up to in private? James Davidson examines the private lives of the ancient Greeks and argues that modern people have far more regulated and state-dominated lives.
8.50 Bach Keyboard Concerto in D minor, BWV1052; Orchestral Suite No 2 in B minor, BWV1067
Should a publisher expose the dubious character of its leading author?
Patrick Wright and guests discuss the conflict of profit, publicity and ethics at the heart of Ron Hutchenson's new play Burning
Issues, which opens tonight. And director Wim Wenders talks about his new film
Million Dollar Hotel, which was co-written by Bono from Irish pop group U2.
Late-evening listening with Verity Sharp , including music for Easter as it was celebrated 500 years ago and blues music from guitarist Martin Simpson 's album Smoke and Mirrors.
With Jonathan Swain. Haydn Trumpet
Concerto in E ffat 12.20 Mozart Piano
Sonata in C, K54512.30 Kodaly
Symphony in C 1.00 Fux Overture in G minor (Concentus Musico-Instrumentalis) Muffat Suite: Florilegium Secundum No 6 in A (Grati Hospites) Bononcini L 'Oracolo d'Apollo 2.00 Paganini Violin Sonata in A minor2.15 Mahler Symphony No 2
(Resurrection) 3.45 Merkel Wer Nur den Lieben Gott Lasst Walten 4.00 Lachner
Wind Quintet No 2 in E flat 4.30 Mozart Violin Concerto No 4 in D, K218 4.50 J
Strauss (son) Spanish March 5.05
Janacek Capriccio 5.35 Debussy Images
5.50 Colin Brumby Paen