Penny Gore Busonl Bagatellen, Op 28
Per Enoksson (violin), Kathryn Stott (piano)
6.55 Josef Strauss , orch Kulling Polka Française: Punsch, Op 9
Slovak State PO, conductor Arthur Kulling
7.00 Mozart Regina Coeli, K108
Emma Kirkby (soprano), Westminster Cathedral Boys' Choir, Chorus and Orchestra of the Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
7.35 Wlenlawskl Violin Concerto No 2 in D, Op 22 Joshua Bell , Cleveland Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy
8.35 Schumann Sommerlied, Op 146 No 4; Zigeunerleben, Op 29 No 2
Bath Camerata, director Nigel Perrin
8.40 Reynaldo Hahn Suite: Le Bal de
Beatrice d'Este New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
With Donald Macleod.
5: Last Years. The last of this week's programmes examines Grieg's inspiration from the folk music of his native Norway, his religious faith and his final years. Psalm 43: In Heaven
Hakan Hagegard (baritone), Oslo
Cathedral Choir, conductor Terje Kvamm Norwegian Peasant Dances, Op 72
(excerpts) Knut Buen (Hardangerfiddle), Einar Steen Nokleberg (piano) Symphonic Dances, Op 64
Ulster Orchestra, conductor Paul Mann Funeral Music for Rikard Nordraak
Scandinavian Brass Ensemble, conductor Jorma Panula (R)
The artist Andy Goldsworthy continues work chiselling out his great sculptures.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Rameau Prologue, Act 1: Les Surprises de l'Amour Les Talens Lyriques, director Christophe Rousset
10.12 Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No 5 in F
(Egyptian) Sviatoslav Richter , Moscow
Youth Orchestra, conductor Kirill Kondrashin
10.42 Britten/Berkeley Suite: MoncJuic (after Catalan Dances) English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Steuart Bedford
10.47 Schubert Piano Trio No 1 in B flat, D898 Alfred Cortot , Jacques Thibaud (violin), Pablo Casals (cello)
Humphrey Carpenter concludes his series of vintage recordings from past Aldeburgh festivals with a look at some classic recordings from the 1993 festival.
Oliver Knussen Scriabin Settings London Sinfonietta, conducted by the Composer
Takemitsu Rain Tree Sketch II (In Memoriam Olivier Messiaen) Peter Serkin (piano) Bach Goldberg Variations, BWV988 Peter Serkin (piano)
Britten Nocturne , Op 60
Adrian Thompson (tenor), London
Sinfonietta, conductor Oliver Knussen The BBC Legends CD series includes Britten the Performer. available now from music retailers
Verity Sharp introduces another recital given last year in the Wigmore Hall, London, featuring one of Radio 3's New Generation artists. Paul Lewis (piano)
Beethoven Piano Sonata in C sharp minor, Op 2 7 No 2 (Moonlight)
Uszt Nuages Gris ; Aux Cyprès de la Villa d'Este // (Annees de Pèlerinage, Book 3); Schlaflos! Frage undAntwort
Prokofiev Piano Sonata No 7, Op 83 (R)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Sibelius Pohjola 's Daughter; Violin Concerto Leonidas Kavakos , conductor Osmo Vanska Musgrave Songs fora a Winter's Evening
Marie McLaughlin (soprano), conductor Joseph Swensen
Nielsen Symphony No 6 (Sinfonia
Semplice) Conductor Osmo Vanska
Jelly Roll Morton
Jelly Roll Morton is perhaps best known for his recordings with the Red Hot Peppers in 1926 and for compositions such as King Porter Stomp and Wolverine Blues. Julian Joseph presents archive selections from his last session and a 1938 recording of Morton demonstrating the difference between ragtime and jazz. Producer Felix Carey
Three Jazz LegendsCDs are available now featuring Oscar Peterson , Art Blakey and Dizzy Gillespie
Sean Rafferty talks to Judith Weir , as she directs her last Spitalfields Festival, and to Jonathan Dove , who will take over the artistic direction in 2002. Music includes at 5.00 Dowland's Fine Knacks for Ladies played by the Consort of Musicke directed by Anthony Rooley ; at 5.40
Stanford's Irish Rhapsody No 2 in F minor performed by the Ulster Orchestra conducted by Vernon Handley ; and at
6.40 Prokofiev's Piano Sonata No2 in D minor, played by pianist John Lill.
Lucie Skeaping introduces a concert given last night at St John's, Smith Square,
London, as part of the Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music.
Julianne Baird (soprano),
Bach Ensemble , director Joshua Rifkin Bach Oboe d'Amore Concerto in A
(reconstr from BWV1055); Ouverture in A minor for violin and orchestra (reconstr from BWV106 7); Cantata No 209: Non Sa Che Sia Dolore; Concerto in A minor for flute, violin and harpsichord, BWV1044
Wilhelm Krumbach plays music by relatives of Johann Sebastian Bach on the Herbst organ of the Schlosskirche in Lahm, Germany. Including works by Johann Christoph Bach and Johann Lorenz Bach.
Paul Allen marks the start of this year's Architecture Week with an investigation into modem office design. And AS Byatt talks about her new novel The Biographer's Tale.
Sarah Walker presents highlights from last weekend's Contemporary Music weekend at the Bath Festival, including Joanna McGregor playing Cage sonatas for prepared piano interspersed with newly composed episodes for gamelan by nine composers, and music by Dutch band De Volharding. Plus a report on other events, including The Shouting Fence, an outdoor music theatre piece by Orlando Gough and Richard Chew. Producer Philip Tagney
With Susan Sharpe. Dvorak Songto the Moon (Rusalka) 12.10 Leo Weiner
Serenade in F minor, Op 3 12.30 Leevi Madetoja Suite: Elegia 12.45 Raxach Imaginary Landscape 1.00 Bernstein
Overture: Candide Barber Adagio for Strings Gershwin Piano Concerto in FSousa March: Stars and Stripes Forever2.05
Spohr Nocturne in C, Op 34 2.40 Mahler Symphony No 53.50 Kilpinen Spielmannslieder , Op
774.05 Melartin Serenade, Op 121 No 5
Jauchzetdem Herren alle Welt 4.25 De Fesch Concerto in E, Op 5 No 6 4.35 Mozart Overture: Der Schauspieldirektor 4.40 Imre Kalman
Peter's Song (Grafin Mariza) 4.50 Pavel Mlhelcic Nocturne 5.00 Riisager Little
Overture 5.10 Kuhlau Rivers Gentle Flow
Carry the Boat 5.20 Geminiani Concerto Grosso No 12 in D minor (La Folia) 5.30 Buxtehude Praeludium in F, BuxWV145
5.40 Widor Suite, Op 34