With Tommy Pearson.
Saint-Saens Morceau de Concert in G, Op 154 Marielle Nordmann (harp), Ensemble Orchestral de Paris, conductor Jean-Jacques Kantorow
6.30 Beethoven Trio in D, Op 9 No 2 Italian String Trio
7.00 CPE Bach Symphony in D, Wql83 No 1 Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor Gustav Leonhardt
7.45 Vivaldi Cessate , OmaiCessate Andreas Scholl (countertenor),
Ensemble 451, director Chiara Banchini
8.00 Mozart, arr Grieg Sonata in C, K545 Elisabeth Leonskaja and Sviatoslav Richter (pianos)
8.35 Strauss Horn Concerto No 2
Dennis Brain , Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Wolfgang Sawallisch
With Donald Macleod.
2: Establishing a Career
Having completed his studies in France, Copland returned to New York and prepared to earn his living from music. The League of Composers, a society which promotes contemporary American music, accepted two of his pieces for performance and provided him with an entrance into New York musical society.
Sentimental Melody Nina Tichmann (piano) Scherzo (Symphony for organ and orchestra) Simon Preston (organ), St Louis Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leonard Slatkin
Two Pieces St Luke's String Quartet Piano Concerto Garrick Ohlsson ,
San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas
Variations The Composer (piano)
Writer and poet Ben Okri discusses his work on a new poem, The Blue Cloth, inspired by television pictures of the recent flooding in Mozambique.
With Jonathan Swain.
Bertali Chaconne John Holloway (violin), Aloysia Assenbaum (organ), Lars Ulrik Mortensen (harpsichord)
10.16 Chopin Five Waltzes Sergei Rachmaninov (piano)
10.35 Delius Paris (Song of a Great City) LSO, conductor Anthony Collins
Edinburgh International Festival 2000
Sandy Burnett introduces the second of 15 concerts from the Queen's Hall in Edinburgh. Rising star, tenor Gregory Turay makes his European recital debut accompanied by pianist Cliff Jackson . Beethoven Adelaide, Op 46
Schubert Fruhlingsglaube, D686; Die Forelle, D550; Der Musensohn, D764; Standchen; Fruhlingssehnsucht (Schwanengesang, D957)
Faure Poemed'unJour, Op 21
11.45 Interval Talk: Makers and Fakers
This year's Edinburgh Festival celebrates Robert Burns as a collector and writer of Scots songs. Linda Ormiston goes in search of the traditional, the inspired and the fake.
12.05 Schumann Der Hidalgo, Op 30 No 3; Mein Schoner Stern!, Op 101 No 4; Verratene Liebe, Op 40 No 5;
Schneeglockchen, Op 79 No 26; Er Ist's, Op 79 No 23
Britten The Salley Gardens; The Ash
Grove; Heigh Ho, Heigh Hi! (Quand J'Etais chez Mon Pere)
Rachmaninov Lilacs, Op 21 No 5; How Fair This Spot, Op 21 No 7; Spring Waters, Op 14 No 11
Petroc Trelawny presents a recital of French music given in Manchester's Bridgewater Hall earlier this year.
Olivier Charlier (violin), Haruko Ueda (piano)
Debussy Four pieces
Poulenc Violin Sonata
Saint-Saens Romance, Op 37 Ravel Tzigane (R)
Another chance to hear last Wednesday's Prom. Sergei Leiferkus (baritone), BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor David Atherton
Shostakovich Suite on Verses by Michelangelo Buonarroti
Shostakovich Symphony No 8 (R)
La Belle Epoque: from Montmartre to Massenet. Patrick O'Connor takes a leisurely stroll down the boulevards of the belle époque, taking in the art songs of Chausson, Debussy and Reynaldo Hahn , samplingthe sounds of early Montmartre cabaret and Aristide Bruant as well as the more upmarket cafe-concerts of the Champs Elysees. Producer Clive Portbury
With Humphrey Carpenter. Music includes at 5.00 Kabalevsky's Overture: Colas Breugnon played by the Chicago
Symphony Orchestra under Fritz Reiner ; at
5.40 Ignaz Holzbauer 's Symphony in D,
Op 3 No 4, performed by L'Orfeo Baroque Orchestra directed by Michi Gaigg ; and at
6.40 Elgar's Overture: In the South played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra under Leonard Slatkin.
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. As Andrew Davis nears the end of his extraordinarily fruitful 11-year collaboration with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, he tackles one of the most highly charged and profound symphonies. Plus a welcome return to the Proms for one ofthe world's favourite pianists in a late Mozart concerto.
Emanuel Ax (piano),
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Mozart Piano Concerto No 22 in E flat, K482
8.05 Twenty Minutes: Et In Arcadia Ego Writer Jonathan Glancey reflects on the use of ruins in the works of Poussin and Renaissance art.
8.25 Mahler Symphony No 9
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Verity Sharp introduces late-night listening, including Arvo Part's Festina Lente and songs by Waldemar Bastos , drawn from the cultures of his birthplace in Angola and from Lisbon, where he lives now.
With Jill Anderson. Handel Per Te Mi
Struggo (Armida Abbandonata , HWV105)
12.10 Kajanus Funeral March 12.20 Gorecki The Four Seasons; The Birds' Gossip (Op 33) 12.40 Pisendel Violin Sonata in C minor 1.00 Couperin La
Francoise (Les Nations) Monteclair La Morte di Lucretia Couperin Suite de
Simphonie en Trio (Les Nations) Handel
Sonata in G minor for two violins and basso continuo 2.00 Muthel Concerto in D minor
2.25 Hildegard of Bingen 0 Clarissima; 0 Virgo ac Diadema Purpurae Regis 2.40
Eustache de Caurroy Eight Fantasias on 16th-century hymns and antiphons 3.00 Purcell Dido and Aeneas 3.55 Lisinski
Overture: Porin 4.05 Rosetti Concerto in E flat for two horns and orchestra 4.25
Carmichael, arr Hurst A Country Fai 4.40 Abel Symphony In D, Op 10 No 5 5.00
Borgstrom Music to John Gabriel Borkman
5.10 Bozza Jourd 'Ete a la Montagne 5.20 Byrd Pavan and Galliard in G (Quadran) 5.35 Gershwin Walking the Dog 5.45 Bach
Singet dem Herrn ein Neues Lied, BWV225