With Penny Gore .
John Taverner Song of the Angel
Patricia Rozario (soprano), Andrew Manze (violin), Academy of Ancient Music, director Paul Goodman
6.35 Boccherini Symphony No 4 in D minor, Op 12 No 4 (La Casa del Diavolo) Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
7.00 Schubert Trio in B flat, D28 Beaux Arts Trio
7.45 Falla Suite Populaire Espagnole Leila Josefowicz (violin), John Novacek (piano)
8.00 Mozart Fantasia in F minor, K. 608 Christoph Eschenbach and Justus Frantz (piano duet)
8.35 Glazunov Oriental Rhapsody, Op 29 Montreal SO, conductor Charles Dutoit
Donald Macleod continues his exploration of the life and work of Cesar Franck.
4: Chamber Music
Piano Quintet in Fminor Clifford Curzon , Vienna Philharmonic Quartet
Les Eolides National Orchestra of Belgium, conductor Andre Cluytens
S 'II Est un Charmant Gazon Felicity Lott (soprano), Graham Johnson (piano)
Terence Davies talks about working on his new film, an adaptation of Edith Wharton 's classic novel The House of Mirth.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Lutoslawskl Variations on a Theme of Paganini Jacek and Maciej Lukaszczyk (pianos)
10.13 Bruch Violin Concerto No 2 in D minor Salvatore Accardo ,
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
10.40 Canteloube Songs oftheAuvergne (excerpts) Arleen Auger (soprano), ECO, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
10.58 Schoenberg Verklarte Nacht Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Leeds International Pianoforte Competition 2000
Petroc Trelawny introduces more performances from the semi-finals of this year's competition. Coverage continues in a special live edition tomorrow morning, followed by live broadcasts of both finals, when the competitors will be joined by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Simon Rattle.
Haydn String Quartet in D minor, Op 76 No 2 (Fifths)
Beethoven String Quartet in E flat, Op 74 (Lark)m
Tchakovsky Fantasy Overture: Romeo and JulietConductor Markus Stenz
Bartok Violin Concerto No 1
Augustin Dumay (violin), conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier Rachmaninov Aleko (excerpts) Conductor Vassily Sinaisky
Novak Toman and the Wood Nymph Conductor Libor Pesek
Musorgsky, orch Ravel Pictures at an Exhibition Conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
La Folia. Lucie Skeaping finds out why dance which originated in Portugal in the late 15th century has inspired so many composers. The name literally means mad or empty headed, and until the late 1670s the dance was very wild and noisy.
Composers such as Vivaldi, Marais and CPE Bach later began to use the tune as a basis for more sedate music, though still retaining the unique character of the dance.
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at
5.45 Chopin's Scherzo No 1 in B minor,
Op 20; at 6.00 Tarrega's Recuerdos de la Alhambra; and at 6.40 Janacek's Suite: The Cunning Little Vixen (arr Talich).
Radio 3 pays tribute to one of the finest singers of ourtime. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
is 75 this year and to mark the anniversary lain Burnside hosts a special evening in which he introduces recordings representing different aspects of his career -from his early years, through his many and varied operatic roles, to the recordings of those composers with whom he will always be associated - Schubert,
Brahms, Mahler, Mozart and Bach. With contributions from critics, cultural commentators and performers, and from Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau himself.
7.35 Fischer-Dieskau and Schubert
Fischer-Dieskau on his lifelong association with the music of Schubert.
7.50 The Making of Fischer-Dieskau
The unusual apprenticeship which forged both the artist and the man.
8.10 Fischer-Dieskau and Opera
Throughout his career, from his operatic debut as Rodrigo in Verdi's Don Carlos at the age of 23, Fischer-Dieskau has had a prominent position on the operatic stage. Music includes Verdi's Rodrigo, Wagner's Gunther and Mozart's Count Almaviva.
8.40 The Journey of Winterreise
Stephen Johnson traces the story of Schubert's great song-cycle and explores Fischer-Dieskau's many recordings of it.
9.35 Fischer-Dieskau and Britten
Part of the Dies Irae from Britten's War Requiem, in the original recording with
Peter Pears , conducted by Britten himself.
9.45 "The Real Sport.... is to make chamber music - you must be flexible enough to accompany your accompanist." Fischer-Dieskau has worked with many pianists, most famously with the accompanist Gerald Moore , but he has also worked with the great solo pianists, lain
Burnside talks to some of these and asks what it was that made him so special.
10.15 Fischer-Dieskau and Mahler
Including Mahler's Kindertotenlieder, with the Berlin Philharmonic under Karl BÃƒÂƒÃ‚Â¶hm.
11.00 The Cultural Context
John Deathridge explores Fischer-Dieskau's role in German culture of the last century.
11.20 Fischer-Dieskau and Wagner
Followed by the Flieder monologue from
Wagner's Die Meistersingervon Nurnberg.
11.40 Brahms: Four Serious Songs With Jorg Demus (piano).
With Jonathan Swain. Anon Psalm: De
Profundis ad Te Dominum 12.10 Suk Raduz and Mahulena, Op 16 12.40
René Eespere Ritus 12.50 Isabella Leonarda Sonata Prima a 4 (Opera Decima Sesta)
1.00 Dvorak Slavonic Dance in C, Op 46 No 1 Bruch Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor, Op 26 Tchaikovsky Variations on a Rococo Theme. Op 33 Dvorak Symphony No 7 in D minor
2.30 Karl Doppler Souvenir de Prague, Op 24
2.45 Mozart Symphony No 38 in D, K504
(Prague) 3.10 D Scarlatti Sonata in C, Kk420
3.15 Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat, Op 11 (Gassenhauer) 3.40 Groneman Flute Sonata in D 3.55 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G. BWV1048 4.10
Schubert Incidental Music: Rosamunde
(excerpts) 4.30 Beethoven Piano Sonata in F sharp, Op 78 4.40 Moszkowski Guitarre
4.45Addinsell Warsaw Concerto 5.00
Gorecki Totus Tuus 5.10 Jarzebskl
Concerto a 2 forcornett and violin (Corona Aurea) 5.20 Bach Chorale Preludes: Allein Gott in der Hoh Sei Ehr , BWV663; Jesus Christus, UnserHeiland, BWV665 5.30
Rosenmuller Psalm 129: De Profundis
5.45 Moniuszko Fairy Tale Overture: Bajka