With Penny Gore.
Schubert Grande Marche et Trio in B minor, D819No3
Yaara Tal and Andreas Groethuysen (piano)
6.10 Hildegard of Bingen Columba Aspexit perCancellos Emma Kirkby (soprano),
Gothic Voices, director Christopher Page
7.00 Bach Double Concerto in D minor, BWV1043 Rachel Podger (violin), Academy of Ancient Music, director Andrew Manze (violin)
7.40 D'lndy Saugefleurie, Op 21
Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Theodor Guschlbauer
8.05 Britten Serenade for tenor, horn and strings Ian Bostridge (tenor), Marie Luise Neunecker (horn),
Bamberger Symphoniker , conductor Ingo Metzmacher
8.45 Dvorak The Noonday Witch, Op 108 Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
5: The Last Operas and Retirement
Gluck had hoped to find fulfilment in Paris and at first the Paris audiences and critics adored his work. He followed up his first great success with another opera based on a Greek myth - Iphigenie en Tauride. It turned out to be his last grand opera written in the reforming, naturalistic style which he had pioneered. Donald Macleod introduces excerpts from this work and from Gluck's last opera, the conservative pastoral, Echo et Narcisse. Afterthese final efforts Gluck abandoned the lyric stage in Paris for retirement in Vienna.
Jonathan Coe talks about his new satirical novel The Rotters' Club, which is set in the seventies and charts the progress of four schoolfriends.
See Night Waves, 9.30pm
With Stephanie Hughes.
Respighi The Fountains of Rome
Orchestra Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Roma, conductor Victor de Sabata
10.21 Beethoven Piano Sonata in C sharp minor, Op 27 No 2 (Moonlight) Yves Nat (piano)
10.35 Kodaly Dances ofGalanta Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Victor de Sabata
10.51 Shostakovich Viola Sonata , Op 147 7 Yuri Bashmet (viola),
Sviatoslav Richter (piano)
Summer Fest La Jolla 2000
Helen Wallace presents another programme from Summer Fest La Jolla
2000 in which she talks to the participants and plays some of the musical highlights. Haydn Divertimento in G, H IV4 Carol Wincenc (flute),
Philip Setzer (violin), Carter Brey (cello) Janacek Pohadka
Carter Brey (cello),
Christopher O'Reilly (piano)
August Read Thomas Fugitive Star Avalon Quartet
Ravel Gibet (Gaspard de la Nuit) Constantin Lifschitz (piano)
Schubert Quintet in A, 0667 (Trout)
Wu Han (piano), Chee-Yun (violin), Toby Hoffman (viola), David Finckel (cello), Donald Palma (double bass)
Chris de Souza introduces another concert in the series given in association with Symphony Hall, Birmingham. PiotrAnderszewski (piano)
Bach Partita No 1 in B flat, BWV825 Szymanowski Two Mazurkas, Op 62
Bach Partita No 6 in E minor, BWV830
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Tippett Ritual Dances (The Midsummer
Marriage) Conductor George Hurst Sibelius Luonnotar KirsiTiihonen
(soprano), conductor Osmo Vanska Hoddinott Clarinet Concerto No 2
Janet Hilton , conductor Rumon Gamba Shostakovich Symphony No 10 Conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
The last in a series of programmes in which Alyn Shipton invites musicians to make their own selections from the BBC'sjazz archive. Today he talks to composer and arranger Michael Gibbs , whose selections include recordings by Gil Evans , Jimmy Giuffre and George Russell.
Sean Rafferty introduces a selection of music and arts news. His guests today include Diana Ambache , music director of the Ambache Ensemble.
A concert live from the Usher Hall in Edinburgh given by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra conducted by Marin Alsop. The programme features the first performance of Rapture, a new percussion concerto commissioned by the RSNO from one of the talented new generation of American composers, Michael Torke. And after the interval Janice Watson is the soloist in Mahler's fourth symphony. Janice Watson (soprano) Colin Currie (percussion), Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Marin Alsop
Michael Torke Rapture (first performance)
8.00 Twenty Minutes: Mahler and Klimt David Huckvale traces the interweaving relationships between Gustav Mahler, the artist Gustav Klimt, and Mahler's wife
Alma. Mahler was known to be the model for the Knight in Klimt's large-scale Beethoven Frieze in Vienna, and repaid the compliment by conducting Beethoven at its unveiling. But it was Alma who first caught the eye of Klimt, when she was in her late teens, and began a romantic involvement four years before she met and married Mahler.
8.20 Mahler Symphony No 4
Power cuts, punk, flares and strikes - writers Jonathan Coe and Lavinia Greenlaw discuss the birth of glam rock, the death of Old Labour and their own memories of growing up, as both publish novels set in the seventies. And as the Scottish
National Portrait Gallery opens a new exhibition on the great historian and essayist Thomas Carlyle , Paul Allen investigates the lasting impact of his writings on politics and culture.
Sarah Walker introduces a concert live from Studio 7 in Manchester, featuring the work of young composers studying in the city at the University and at the Royal Northern College of Music. The programme includes conversations with the composers, whose works are performed by the BBC Philharmonic conducted by James MacMillan.
With Susan Sharpe. Bellini Casta Diva
(Norma) 12.10 Crusell Bassoon Concertino in B 12.35 Haydn Symphony No 100 in G (Military) 1.00 A complete performance of Bellini's opera Norma given at the Croatian National Theatre, Zagreb, in 1980. 3.30
Schubert Symphony No 3 in D3.55 Bartok Dance Suite 4.15 Unko Piano Concerto No
2 4.35 Bach Chorale Prelude: 0 Lamm Gottes Unschulding , BIW6564.50CPE Bach Rondo in C minor, Wq59 No 4 5.00
Bellini Sinfonia (Norma) 5.10 Bach Motet: Komm, Jesu, Komm!, BWV229 5.20 Glick Suite Hébraïque No 15.30 Delany Captain Cook Overture 5.40 Chopin Ballade No 4 in F minor, Op 52 5.50 Wert Motet: