With Penny Gore.
Satle Trois Gymnopedies
6.40 Chausson Poème
7.00 Delius Intermezzo
7.10 Machaut Dame, de Qui Toute Ma Me Vient
8.00 Brahms Ave Maria for female chorus and organ
8.45Telemann Concerto in D minor for three horns, violin and orchestra
With Donald Macleod. After his last ballet for Diaghilev, and the great impresario's death, Prokofievfoundthe pull of Mother Russia irresistible.
The Prodigal Son (Scenes 1, 2 and 3) BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Alexander Polianichko
Suite: Lieutenant Kije Donald Maxwell (baritone), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Rumon Gamba
Lieutenant Kije Donald
Syrian artist Issam Kourbaj talks about an exhibition he is developing with his two-year-old son Mourad in his Cambridge studio.
With Jonathan Swain.
Bartok Suite , Op 14 Zoltan Kocsis (piano)
10.14 Beethoven Violin Sonata in F, Op 24 (Spring) Adolf Busch , Rudolf Serkin (piano)
10.36 Honegger Mouvement
Symphonique No 3 Philharmonic
Orchestra, conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler
10.48 Bartok Violin Concerto No 2
Yehudi Menuhin , Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler
Artist in Focus: Andras Schiff
Humphrey Burton talks to pianist Andras Schiff and introduces recordings from the BBC Archives. Today he performs works by Bach and Janacek, and by composers with whom he is less often associated.
Bach Prelude and Fugue No 24 in B minor, BWV893 (Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 2) Janacek Into the Mists
Tomkins A SadPavan for These Distracted
Byrd Pavan and Galliard (Bray)
Famaby Fantasia (Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, No 232)
Heinz Holliger Quintet
With the Composer (oboe), Elmar Schmid (clarinet), Klaus Thunemann (bassoon), Radovan Vlatkovic (horn)
Bach Partita No 4 in D, BWV828
A recital given earlierthis month at the Djanogly Hall in Nottingham, the first in a series of concerts evoking the spirit of Byron, Liszt and the early Romantics.
Graf Mourja (violin), Elena Rozanova (piano) Paganlni Cantabile; La Campanella; Caprice No 17 in E flat for solo violin;
Introduction and Variations on "Di Tanti
Palpiti" from Rossini's "Tancredi"
Uszt Mephisto Waltz No 1; Grand Duo Concertant on Lafont's "Le Marin"
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Leonidas Kavakos (violin), conductor Andrew Davis
Verdi Overture: The Force of Destiny Bartok Concerto for Orchestra
Berg Violin Concerto
BrahmsSymphonyNo 4 in E minor
Sarah Vaughan. Julian Joseph introduces recordings of the celebrated American vocalist Sarah Vaughan. Vaughan was an early member of Billy Eckstine 's big band of the forties, and enjoyed huge commercial success recording with orchestras in the fifties. She also worked in small groupjazz settings, including sessions with trumpeter Clifford Brown and drummer Roy Haynes.
Sean Rafferty explores the legacy of Cosimo Medici and his sons, whose love of music and the arts made Florence one of the cultural hot spots of the Renaissance. Music includes at 5.35 Saint-Saens's
Caprice sur Des Airs Danois et Russes, Op 79, performed by Pascal Roge (piano), Maurice Bourgue (oboe), Michel Portal
(clarinet) and Catherine Cantin (flute); at
5.00 Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV565 (orch Stokowski) played by the Philadelphia Orchestra under
Wolfgang Sawallisch ; and at 6.35 Weber's Clarinet Concerto No 2 in E flat, Op 74, performed by Charles Neidich with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra.
The Last Supper rln Harrison Birtwistle 's new opera, or rathera hybrid of opera and oratorio, Ghost - a representation of both the Holy Spirit and Greek chorus - invites Jesus and his disciples to a supper in a contemporary setting. Birtwistle and his librettist Robin Blaser offer a reflection on what has been done, both positively and negatively, in the name of Christ over the last 2000 years. This live production is directed by Martin Duncan. Birtwistle The Last Supper (first broadcast performance)
Glyndebourne Chorus and Touring Opera Orchestra, conductor Elgar Howarth Director Martin Duncan
Simon (also known Peter):
James the Less:
Simon the Canaan:
Piano Quintet, Op 15
Andre de Groote (piano), Chilingirian Quartet (R)
Paul Allen talks to Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky , award-winning translators of Dostoevsky, who now turn their hands to Tolstoy and a new Anna Karenina. Plus, the poetry of Caroline Smith , whose Thistles of the Hesperides is inspired by modern inner-city Scotland.
Sarah Walker presents highlights from last month's Gaudeamus Festival in Amsterdam, which this year included a special focus on Japanese and Dutch new music. Also in this programme, the piece which won this year's Gaudeamus Prize, Spi by lannis Kyriakldes.
With Jonathan Swain.
Francaix Serenade 12.15 Barber Violin Concerto, Op 14 12.35 Marcel Toumter HarpSonatine, Op 30 1.00 Rebel Les
Elemens CPE Bach Flute Concerto in G, Wql69Schumann Symphony No 4 in D minor 2.15LudwigSchunke Grande
Sonata in G minor, Op 3 2.40 Mahler 5 Ruckert-Lieder2.55 Rudolf Matz
Quartetto 3.10 Lars-Erik Larsson Pastoral Suite, Op 19 3.25 Franck, arr Rampal Flute Sonata 3.50 Saint-Saens Le
Carnaval des Animaux 4.20 Chopin
Ballade No 2 in F, Op 38 4.35 Brahms Schicksalslied , Op 54
4.50 Walton Three Pieces for organ
5.00 Willem de Fesch Concerto in G, Op 5 No 3 5.10 Telemann Sonata in A (Der
Getreue Music- Meister) 5.25 Mozart Non Piu, Tutto Ascoltai ... Non TemerAmato Bene, K490 5.35 Franck 11 Miniatures
5.50 Antoine Dessau Ouverture