With Penny Gore .
Vivaldi Cello Sonata in E flat, RV39 David Watkins (cello),
Helen Gough (continuo cello), Robert King (chamber organ)
6.50 Brahms Ballade No 4 in B, Op 10 Alfred Brendel (piano)
7.00 Purcell Symphony (The Fairy Queen) Freiberg Baroque Orchestra, conductor Thomas Hengelbrock
7.35 Mozart Symphony No 31 in D, K297 (Paris) Staatskapelle Dresden , conductor Colin Davis
8.10 Mendelssohn String Symphony No 6 in E flat Hanover Band, conductor Roy Goodman
8.50Lehar Waltz. Gold and Silver
New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
With Donald Macleod.
Donald Macleod concludes his survey of Franck's life and works with a look at the composer's only symphony. As with much of his music, the work caused division among his contemporaries - Debussy called it "amazing", whereas Gounod is said to have called it "the negation of music". The programme includes
Pierre Monteux 's classic interpretation from 1961. Symphony in D
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Pierre Monteux
Chorale in A minor (Three Chorales) Marie-Clare Alain (organ)
Terence Davies talks about the challenges and difficulties of working on his new film, an adaptation of Edith Wharton 's classic novel The House of Mirth.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Puccini Crisantemi Berlin RSO , conductor Riccardo Chailly
10.13 Schubert Der Hirt auf dem Felsen
Arleen Auger (soprano), Thea King (clarinet), Graham Johnson (piano)
10.27 Bruch Scottish Fantasy Jascha Heifetz (violin),
RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, conductor William Steinberg
10.54 Berg Symphonic Pieces (Lulu) Arleen Auger (soprano),
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
Leeds International Pianoforte
From Leeds Town Hall. In a special live edition Petroc Trelawny and guests introduce a roundup of the semi-finals from this year's competition and look ahead to this evening's first final.
Another concert in the series from this summer's music festivals in Wales. Sue Sharpe presents a recital given at
YTabernacI, the Museum of Modern Art for North Wales, Machynlleth.
Thomas Allen (baritone), Julius Drake (piano) Ireland If There Were Dreams to Sell
Vaughan Williams Songs of Travel
Traditional Four Folk Songs: Show Me the Way to Warrington; My Bonnie Lad ; Oh
Waly, Waly; Come You Not from Newcastle?
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Rlmsky-Korsakov Sadko Conductor Osmo Vanska
Stravinsky Suite: Jeu de Cartes Conductor Martyn Brabbins
Stravinsky Concerto for piano and winds; Suite: Firebird (1945) Alexei Lyubimov (piano), conductor Osmo Vanska Shostakovich Symphony No 9 Conductor JerzyMaksymiuk
Benny Carter. Julian Joseph focuses on multi-instrumentalist, composer and arranger Benny Carter , whose long career has included work with Fletcher Henderson , Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis. Carter, who was appointed staff arranger forthe BBC
Dance Orchestra in London in 1936, was a pioneer in big band swing arranging and an influential soloist on the alto saxophone. With performances from the archive and excerpts from an interview given in 1977.
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at
5.00 Handel's As Steals the Mom upon the Night (L 'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato) performed by Susan Gritton (soprano),
Paul Agnew (tenor) and the King's Consort directed by Robert King ; at 6.00 Schubert's Der Wanderer performed by Christopher Maltman (baritone) and Graham Johnson (piano); andat6.40Saint-Saens's Violin Concerto No 1 in A played by Philippe Graffin (violin) with the BBCSSO conducted by Martyn Brabbins.
Leeds International Pianoforte Competition 2000
From Leeds Town Hall. Petroc Trelawny and Angela Hewitt introduce the first final from this year's competition. The three successful entrants are joined fortheir concerto performances by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra under Simon Rattle. During the interval, Private Pianist.... Public Pianist. In the first of two programmes, David Owen Norris investigates the reality of a concert pianist's life, a lonely and demanding occupation to which so many aspire but few succeed.
See also 6.30pm tomorrow for the second final and 11pm tomorrow for the judges' verdict.
Paul Allen presents the arts and culture magazine, which today includes a review of Trevor Nunn 's new production of The Cherry Orchard, in which Vanessa and Corin Redgrave play brother and sister, Leonid and Lyubov.
Sarah Walker presents highlights from the recent Gaudeamus Festival in Amsterdam, which this year included a special focus on Japanese and Dutch new music as well as a Night of the Unexpected involving live electronics and improvisation from David Shea , Nicolas Collins , Peter Cusack and KatoHideki.
With Jonathan Swain. Beethoven Rondo in C, Op 51 No 112.15 Schumann Five Poems of Mary Stuart , Op 135
12.25 Brahms Double Concerto in A minor
1.00 A complete performance of Verdi's opera // Trovatore given at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, in 1969. Teatro Colon Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Oliviero de Fabritis
3.15 Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No 2 in G minor, Op 22 3.40 Rudolf Escher String Trio 3.55 Ridout Tafelmusik
4.10 Maya Le Roux-Obradovic Ballade de la Vallee Magique 4.25 Faure Nocturne in B flat, Op 3 7 4.45 Sauguet La Nuit
5.05 Schumann Marchengilder, Op 113
5.20 Scriabin Nocturne for the left hand,
Op 9 No 2 5.40 Bach Trio Sonata, BWV527
5.55 Bach, orch Schoenberg Chorale
Prelude: Komm, GottSchopfer, Heiliger Geist, BWV631
Count di Luna:
de Retes (soprano)
An old gypsy: