5.15 Chick Corea Got a Match?
Scott Joplin Solace (A Mexican Serenade)
5.20 Gershwin An American in Paris
5.40 Debussy Images, Set 2
With Tommy Pearson.
Webem Two pieces for cello and piano Clemens Hagen (cello), Oleg Maisenberg (piano)
6.10 Locatelll Concerto Grosso in C minor, Op 1 No 2 Europa Galante, director Fabio Biondi
7.10 Bach Suite No 2 in A minor, BWV807 Glenn Gould (piano)
7.25 Brahms Variations on a Theme of Haydn, Op 56a Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Claudio Abbado
8.15 Lange-Muller Three Madonnasange, Op 65 Danish National Radio Choir, conductor Stefan Parkman
8.50 Walton Capriccio Burlesco
New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Andre Kostelanetz
Arnold Bax feared growing old and in his autobiography written in his thirties, entitled Farewell My Youth, he quoted his beloved WB Yeats on old age: "What shall I do with this absurdity - 0 heart, 0 troubled heart - this caricature decrepit age has tied to me as to a dog's tail?" In the last of this week's programmes Donald Macleod looks at music written towards the end of Bax's life.
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Martyn Brabbins
Morning Song (Maytime in Sussex) Stephen Coombs (piano), Ulster Orchestra, conductor TakuoYuasa
Gillian Callow (cor anglais), John Bradbury (clarinet), Jonathan Goodall (horn), BBC Philharmonic, conductor Martyn Brabbins
Peter Kalu , whose Black Star Rising was the first work of science fiction by a black writer published in this country, talks about his futuristic whodunit. How will it end?
With Jonathan Swain.
Dvorak Terzetto in C, Op 74
Members of the Smetana Quartet
10.26 Villa-Lobos Choros No2; Choros No 5 (Alma Brasileira)
Fernand Dufrene (flute),
Maurice Cliquennois (clarinet), Aline van Barentzen (piano)
10.35 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique) erlin Philharmonic, conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler
Tommy Pearson concludes a week of programmes exploring the lighter end of the repertoire with a concert given by the BBC Concert Orchestra under Stephen Barlow, including:
Lehar: Waltz - Gold and Silver
Leroy Anderson: Sleigh Ride
Ketelbey: In a Persian Market
Fischer: South of the Alps
Chris de Souza introduces a recital given last Sunday in association with Symphony Hall, Birmingham.
Isabelle Faust (violin), Ewa Kupiec (piano) Debussy Violin Sonata
Webern FourPieces, Op 7
Schubert Fantasia in C, D934
Ives Three Places in New England Conductor Andras Ligeti Barber Piano Concerto
Leon McCawley , conductor Jun'ichi Hirokami Menotti Piano Concerto
Philip Martin , conductor Niklas Willen MacDowell Suite No 2 (Indian) Conductor Takuo Yuasa
Another programme in which Alyn Shipton invites musicians to make their own selections from the BBC'sjazz archive.
Today he talks to South African trumpeter Claude Deppa , whose selections include Chris McGregor , Harry Beckett and Dizzy Gillespie.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces music and arts news, and takes a look at some of the latest CD releases.
A concert live from the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.
L- KathrynStott (piano), BBC Philharmonic. conductor Gianandrea Noseda
Bernstein Overture: Candide
Barber Adagio for strings
Gershwin Piano Concerto in F
8.15 Twenty Minutes
Poet Dana Gioia explores the life and writing of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow , once one of the most widely read writers in the English speaking world, whose works included Poems on Slavery and The Song of Hiawatha. He met Dickens in London and the American provided inspiration to Dvorak's ninth symphony. Some of Longfellow's later work was affected bythe tragic death of his wife in a domestic fire.
8.35 Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World)
At a time when questions of regional, national and ethnic identity are all up for debate, what makes up the culture of modern Britain? Paul Allen launches a new series of features and visits communities across the UK to investigate their changing identities. The series starts in Hull. How is
Hull responding to the decline in North Sea fishing? Does the city look out more towards Europe to define its identity than in to the heart of England? Plus new poetry from James Lasdun and director Terry Hands on preparing for King Lear.
Sarah Walker talks to Andrew Kurowski about events at last year's Warsaw
Autumn Festival. Re-emerging from its financial doldrums and finding its feet in the new economy, the 2000 Festival showed signs of a new outlook while acknowledging the eminent position the festival held during less receptive times. Music includes Zygmunt Krauze 's Piece for Orchestra, Olga Neuwirth 's saxophone quartet Ondateand Nova Mob for vocal sextet. Lydia Zielinska 's work for solo percussion and tape Expandata and Karin Rehnqvist 's Lamentofor large orchestra.
With Susan Sharpe. Gluck Overture:
Iphigenieen Tauride 12.15 Schubert Incidental music: Rosamunde 12.45 Corelli Trio Sonata, Op 4 No 4 1.00 A concert performance of Gluck's three-act opera Orfeo ed Eurydice given in November last year at the Barbican Centre.
2.30 Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat. Op 11 (Gassenhauer) 2.55Salnt-Saens Cello
Concerto No 1 in A minor, Op 33 3.15 Dinu Upatti Three Romanian Dances 3.30 Carulli Nocturne in C 3.45 Buxtehude
Missa Brevis, BuxWV114 4.00 Geminiani Concerto Grosso No 4 in B minor 4.10
Bach, orch Schoenberg Prelude and Fugue in E flat, BWV552 (St Anne) 4.25
Danzl Wind Quintet in G minor, Op 56 No 2
4.40 Imre Kalman Peter 's Song(Grafm
Mariza) 4.50 Kuula Prelude and Fugue, Op 10 5.00 Uszt Reminiscences on Bellini's
"Norma 5.15 Beethoven Overture:
Leonore No 3 5.45 Strauss Dance of the Seven Veils (Salome)