With Penny Gore.
Debussy Rêverie Kathryn Stott (piano)
6.30 Dvorak String Quartet in F. Op 96 (American) Orion Quartet
7.00 Mozart Piano Quintet in Eflat, K452 Alfred Brendel , Heinz Holliger (oboe), Eduard Brunner (clarinet), Hermann Baumann (horn), Klaus Thunemann (bassoon)
7.45Sairrt-Saens Introduction and Rondo
Capriccioso Sarah Chang (violin), Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Wolfgang Sawallisch
8.30 Bernstein Prelude, Fugue and Riffs Sabine Meyer (clarinet), Wayne Marshall (piano), CBSO, conductor Paavo Jarvi
8.45 Walton Coronation Te Deum
Choir of Winchester Cathedral, Waynflete Singers, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Hill
Donald Macleod talks to Richard Rodney Bennett about his life and music.
Suite: Far from the Madding Crowd BBCPO, conductor Rumon Gamba Missa Brevis
BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Cleobury Trumpet Concerto Martin Winter,
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra, conductor Timothy Reynish
Thomas Lynch concludes this week's series of talks by reflecting on an essay he is writing forthe Undertakers Journal.
With Jonathan Swain.
Elgar Chanson de Matin
National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Charles Gerhardt
10.09 Schumann Noveletten , Op 21: Nos 6-8
Ronald Brautigam (piano)
10.28 Couperin La Francoise (Les Nations) MusicaAntiquaKoln, director Reinhard Goebel (violin)
10.49 Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Charles Gerhardt
11.07 Schumann Waldszenen , Op 82 Clara Haskil (piano)
Enlightenment in Edinburgh
5: Revolution. Kirsteen McCue concludes her exploration of the Enlightenment in Edinburgh and reviews the end of the 18th century in conversation with Professor
Nick Phillipson. All good things must come to an end. and afterthe Enlightenment comes the Revolution. Music includes works by JC Bach. Mozart. Haydn. Stanley and. of course. Beethoven.
A concert given last October in the BT
Studio of Belfast's Waterfront Hall.
James Gilchrist (tenor), John Constable (piano) Quilter To
Julia Rebecca Clarke Shy One; The Cloths of Heaven
Britten Canticle No 1: My Beloved Is Mine; The Last Rose of Summer: Down by the Salley Gardens
Tippett The Heart's Assurance m,
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Debussy Printemps
Conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
Schoenberg Song of the Wood Dove Lilli Paasikivi (mezzo)
Sibelius Symphony No 7
Mahler, arr. Schoenberg Das Lied von der Erde Lilli Paasikivi (mezzo), Tom Nyman (tenor), conductor Osmo Vanska
More Mahler song cycles in Performance on 3 7.30pm
Benny Goodman. Julian Joseph profiles major jazz artists with performances from the BBCjazz archives. This week he focuses on clarinet virtuoso and band leader Benny Goodman , once dubbed the King of Swing. In excerpts from an interview he gave in 1973, Goodman recalls his first recording date in 1928 and the celebrated Carnegie Hall concert ten years later. With contributions from pianist Teddy Wilson and vibes player Lionel Hampton plus some rarely heard live recordings from the sixties. Producer Felix Carey
Three JazzLegendsCDs are available now featuring Oscar Peterson , Art Blakey and Dizzy Gillespie
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at Beethoven's Piano Sonata in F, Op 54, played by Richard Goode ; at 5.40
Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture, Op 49, performed by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Dutoit ; and at 6.40 Suk's Fantastic Scherzo played by the Czech Philharmonic
Orchestra conducted by Charles Mackerras.
A concert from the Royal Festival Hall, London. The Royal Amsterdam
Concertgebouw Orchestra occupies a unique place among the world's most celebrated orchestras. With a long tradition of performing the work of the late Romantic masters, tonight's concert combines Mahler's tribute to Bach and the U K premiere of a new addition to his lyrical early song cycle.
Barbara Bonney (soprano), Ewa Podles
(mezzo), Endrik Wottrich (tenor), Matthias Goerne (baritone), Royal Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly
Bach/Mahler Orchestral Suite No I in C, BWV1066
8.00 Twenty Minutes: Experience
Bill Nighy reads the second extract from Martin Amis 's eagerly awaited memoir Experience.
8.20 Mahler Des Knaben Wunderhorn
Sarah Dunant talks to essayist, novelist and polymath Susan Sontag. Though widely known as the author of ground-breaking cultural criticism in works such as Against Interpretation and On
Photography, Sontag has always valued her fiction writing more highly. In her new novel In America she explores the story of the 19th-century Polish actress Maryna Zalewska , who travelled to California to found a Utopian community.
Verity Sharp reports on events at the LMC Festival of Experimental Music. Last weekend's event had a Japanese focus and featured Toshimam Nakamura. a key figure in Tokyo's underground "onkyo" scene, who uses only feedback to carve elaborate slabs of sound. Plus a project for trio and trashed electronics by Lee Ranaldo of art-rockers Sonic Youth, and the musical assemblages of Canadian turntable artist Martin Tetreault.
With Susan Sharpe. Kajanus Rhapsody No 1
12.20 Beethoven Piano Sonata in 0 minor. Op 31 No 2 (Tempest) 12.45 Vllla-Lobos
Introduction to Choros 1.00 Shostakovich Symphonies Nos 14 and 15 Slovak
RSO/Ladislav Slovak2.45 Telemann Suite in E minor3.25 Hellendaal Cello Sonata,
Op 5 No 5 3.40 Arensky Suite No 2. Op 23
3.55 Debussy Jeux 4.15 CPE Bach Flute Sonata in G, Wql33 (Hamburger Sonata)
4.50Suppe Overture: Light Cava/ry 5.10
Brahms Intermezzo in A, Op 118 No 2 5.25 Sibelius Song of the Earth, Op 935.40 Uszt Liebestraum 5.55 Jeno Hubay The Violinist of Cremona