With Tommy Pearson.
6.10 Stanford Violin Sonata No 1 in D, Op 11 Paul Barritt. Catherine Edwards (piano)
6.50 Matteis Ground after the Scotch
Humour Palladian Ensemble
7.00 Grieg Wedding Day at Troldhaugen (Lyric Pieces) BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
7.35 Mozart Oboe Concerto in C, K314
Heinz Holliger , Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
8.40 Shostakovich Piano Trio No 1, Op 8 ChungTrio
8.55 Martinu Le Jazz
Lubomir Panek Singers,
Prague Symphony Orchestra, conductor Zbynek Vostrak
With Donald Macleod. In his final years Hummel wrote a series of piano studies and a piano method which encapsulated his experience as a pianist and teacher. His pupils included some of the great pianistic names of the early 19th century, with the exception of Liszt, who was not willing to pay Hummel's high lesson fees. When Hummel died in 1837, his estate was valued at f 20.000 - a measure of his phenomenal success. Piano Quintet, Op 8 7 William Howard ,
Schubert Ensemble of London
Piano Concerto No 5 in A flat, Op 113 Ulster Orchestra, director Howard Shelley (piano) (R)
Ken Loach describes his fears about his new film Bread and Roses-a story about migrant workers in California - as the work nears completion.
With Stephanie Hughes. Debussy Nocturnes
Chicago Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Georg Solti
10.28 Mozart Concerto in E flat for two pianos, K365 Daniel Barenboim and Georg Solti , English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Georg Solti
10.53 Debussy Syrinx Wolfgang Schulz (flute)
10.58 Bartok String Quartet No 6 Tokyo Quartet
Tommy Pearson introduces a final programme of wind and choral music featuring leading amateur ensembles and choirs from around the world.
Vaughan Williams Toccata Marziale Bridge Suite: Pageant of London
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra, conductor Clark Rundell Mendelssohn Jauchzet dem Herrn; Du Bist Unsere Zufnicht
Reger Der Mensch Lebt und Besteht Windsbacher Boys' Choir, conductor Karl-Friedrich Beringer
Weill Suite: The Threepenny Opera
Southern Winds, conductor Anna Tabor Trad Selection of Kenyan Songs Muungano National Choir, conductor Mganga Bonifase
Philip Wilby Dove Descending The Composer (organ), Fodens (Courtois) Band, conductor Nicholas Childs
A recital given last June at the Bath
International Music Festival by Jian Wang (cello) and Gretel Dowdeswell (piano). Chopin Introduction and Polonaise Brillante in C, Op
Faure Elegie , Op 24; Papillon, Op 77;
Après un Reve, Op 7 No 1; Sicilienne, Op 78
Beethoven Cello Sonata in A, Op 69 (R)
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Pwyll Ap Sion Gwales
Conductor Grant Llewellyn
Beethoven Violin Concerto in D
Raphael Oleg , conductor Tadaaki Otaka Shostakovich Symphony No 5 Conductor Mark Wigglesworth
Julian Joseph profiles major jazz artists with performances from the BBC jazz archives. This week he focuses on pianist, band leader and composer Duke Ellington, whose recorded output spans five decades. Featuring highlights from a concert given for the BBC in 1964, when the band included Cootie Williams, Paul Gonsalves, Johnny Hodges and Sam Woodyard.
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at 5.50 Walton's Capriccio Burlesco performed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic under
Charles Groves ; at 6.00 Leroy Anderson 's Bugler's Holiday performed by the St Louis Symphony Orchestra under Leonard Slatkin ; and at 6.45 Brahms's Tragic Overture played by the New York
Philharmonic under Leonard Bernstein.
From City Hall, Sheffield. Petroc Trelawny introduces a concert of English music.
- Peter Dixon (cello), Sheffield Philharmonic
Chorus, BBC Philharmonic, conductor Richard Hickox
Vaughan Williams Overture: The Wasps Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor
8.10 Twenty Minutes: Voices of the Ancient World Two programmes exploring ancient Greek life. 2: Olympic Greeks. James Davidson explores the Greeks' obsession with the body brilliant. Poorer
Greeks got their muscles from agricultural labour, better-off citizens exercised naked in a gymnasium, and any Spartan man who refused to improve his physique faced expulsion. Would Britain do better at games if we emulated our ancient ancestors?
8.30 Holst Suite: The Planets
Paul Allen discusses the latest film from maverick director Jim Jarmusch , Ghost
Dog, which mixes Japanese mysticism with the American gangster film. Plus a report on the new Lowry Centre, which opens today on Salford Quays.
Choir v Computer. Sarah Walker isjoined by composer Alejandro Vinao for an exploration of new music for choir and electronics, exploiting the virtuosic but unpolished voices of the New London Chamber Choir under James Wood.
Alejandro Vinao Epitafios
Jonathan Harvey Ashes Dance Back Plus movements from James Wood 's
Seance, Javier Alvarez 's
Clacas Imaginarias and Tristan Murail 's Amaris et DulcibUS Aquis. Producer Philip Tagney
With Jonathan Swain. Schutz Magnificat
Anima Mea Dominum 12.15 Palestrina
Magnificat Primi Toni 12.30 Handel Ballet Music (Alcina) 1.00 Shostakovich
Symphony No 8 Slovak RSO/Ladislav Slovaks 2.05 Schubert Gesang der
Geistern uberden Wassern 2.20 Mozart Piano Sonata in A, K331 2.40 Schumann Cello Concerto in A minor 3.05 Brahms
Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op 115 3.45
Beethoven Piano Sonata in F sharp, Op 78 (A Therese,) 3.55 Jardanyi Fantasy and Variations on a Hungarian Folk Song 4.05 Brahms Neue Liebeslieder , Op 654.30 J Strauss (son) Annina; Wine, Woman and Song; Sans-Souci; Durch 's Telephon 5.05 Verdi Ella GiammaiM 'Amo (Don Carlos ) 5.15 Rossini String Sonata No 5 in E flat 5.35 Glick Suite Hébraïque No 5 5.50 Dvorak
Overture: The King and the Charcoal Burner