With Penny Gore.
Roussel Le Festin de IAraign6e French National Orchestra, conductor Georges Pretre
6.50 Salnt-Saens Morceau de Concert in F minor, Op 94 Radovan Vlatkovic (horn), Paris Orchestral Ensemble, conductor Jean-Jacques Kantorow
7.00 Mozart Violin Sonata in E flat, K380 Itzhak Perlman , Daniel Barenboim (piano)
7.45 Handel Concerto Grosso in F, Op3No4 English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock
8.00 Matyas Selber Serenade for two clarinets, two bassoons and two horns Wind Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe
8.45 Arensky Suite Nol in F, Op 15
Stephen Coombs and Ian Munro (pianos)
Donald Macleod continues his exploration of the life and work of Cesar Franck.
2: Freedom. Ontheirweddingdayatthe Basilica of Saint-Clotilde in Paris, Franck and his new bride, Felicite, left church to the sound of what they imagined were fireworks. intact what they could hearwere the opening fusillades of the June days of the 1848 revolution. The composer's first major orchestral works were received in equally reactionary fashion.
Le Manage des Roses Felicity Lott (soprano), Graham Johnson (piano) Ce Qu 'On Entend sur la Montagne RTBF Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alfred Walter
Prologue (Seven Last Words of Christ on the Cross) Edith Wiens (soprano), Swabian Philharmonie of Gmund, conductor Hubert Beck
Les Beatitudes w(excerpt) Diana Montague (mezzo),
Gilles Cachemaille (baritone),
John Cheek (bass), GachingerKantorei, Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Helmuth Rilling
Terence Davies talks aboutthe challenges and difficulties of working on his new film, an adaptation of Edith Wharton 's classic novel The House of Mirth.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Weber, orch Berlioz Invitation to the Dance (Rondo Brillant) Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Igor Markevitch
10.15 Haydn Arianna a Naxos Arleen Auger (soprano),
Handel and Haydn Society Orchestra, conductor Christopher Hogwood
10.34 Wolf Italian Serenade
Takacs String Quartet
10.42 Haydn And God Said Let the Waters ... the Lord is Great (The Creation, Part 2) Arleen Auger (soprano), Philip Langridge (tenor), David Thomas (bass),
City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
11.00 Bruch Symphony No 1 in E flat Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
Leeds International Pianoforte
From the University of Leeds Great Hall. Petroc Trelawny introduces more performances from this year's competition. Coverage continues all week in Morning
Performance, followed by live broadcasts of both finals on Friday and Saturday.
A recital given last year at the Djanogly Hall in Nottingham.
Pro Arte Piano Quartet: Kenneth Sillito
(violin), Robert Smissen (viola), Stephen Orton (cello), Hamish Milne (piano)
Beethoven Piano Quartet No 3 in C, WoO36 Mozart Piano Quartet In G minor, K4 78 (R)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Rimsky-Korsakov Overture; Intermezzos Nos 1 and 2 (Maid of Pskov) Conductor Martyn Brabbins
Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 3
John Lill , conductor Andrew Davis
Uadov From the Apocalypse; Kikimora Conductor Alexander Lazarev
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4 in F minor Conductor Andrew Litton
Arthur or Martha? lain Burnside looks at issues of sexual identity and explores songs that play with ambiguity of gender, including Burlington Bertie from Bow. With performances by Blossom Dearie and Marlene Dietrich and songs by Ravel, Uszt and Bernstein.
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at
5.45 Wagner's Overture: Die
Meistersingervon Nurnberg played by the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Colin Davis : at 6.05 the Hna/efrom Wldor's Symphony No 6 in G minor, Op 42 No 2, performed on the organ of Liverpool
Anglican Cathedral by Ian Tracey ; and at
6.50 Bax's Elegiac Trio played by Maarika Jarvi (flute), Paul Cortese (viola) and Marie-Pierre Langlamet (harp).
Chris de Souza introduces a concert direct from Symphony Hall, Birmingham, the first live broadcast of a new season.
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Sakari Oramo
Mozart Symphony No 32 in G, K318 Berg Three Pieces, Op 6
8.00 Twenty Minutes: Philosophical Lives
A series of conversations in which Jonathan Ree talks to leading philosophers. 1: Phillippa Foot. The English moral philosopher Philippa Foot first made her name contributing to an explosion of philosophical vitality in the 1950s. She talks to Jonathan Ree about the fascinations and frustrations of fifty years of thought.
8.20 Strauss An Alpine Symphony
Richard Coles talks to Armistead Maupin, author of Tales of the City, whose new novel The Night Listener concerns a late-night radio storyteller.
Fiona Talkington introduces Azeri song from Alim Qasimov , Turkish baglama music performed by Bayram Bilge Toker and part of Miles Davis 's improvised soundtrack for the film Ascenseur pour I'Echafaud.
With Susan Sharpe.
Tchalkovsky Polonaise (Eugene Onegin )
12.10 Brahms Violin Sonata No 2 in A, OplOO
12.30 Wagner Wesendonk Lieder
12.55 Grieg At the Cradle
1.00 A recital of harpsichord music by Bach, Handel, Soler and Balbastre.
2.00 Vivaldi Bassoon Concerto in A minor, RV497
2.15 Camiolus Missa super Adesto Dolori Meo
2.35 Buxtehude Chorales: Nun Komm, derHeiden Heiland, BuxWV211; In Dulci Jubilo , BuxWV197; Nun Bitten
Wirden Heiligen Geist , BuxWV208; Ein Feste Burg 1st UnserGott, BuxWV184
2.45 Bruckner Symphony No 2 in C minor
3.45 Debussy Images
4.00 BoldizsarCsiky Divertimento
4.15 Imre Kalman Two Lovely Eyes (The Circus Princess)
4.25Schubert Violin Sonata No 1 in D, D384
4.40 Faure Nocturnes: in D flat, Op 84 No 8; in Eflat, Op 36
4.50 Bourdon Elegiac Poem
5.05 Wagensell Trombone Concerto in Eflat
5.25 Mozart Piano Sonata in F, K280
5.50 Ravel Pavane pourune Infante Défunte