With Penny Gore.
6.25 Bax Four Pieces
Kenneth Smith (flute), Paul Rhodes (piano)
6.40 Bach Cello Suite No 1 in G, BWV100 7 Yo-YoMa
7.05 Clara Schumann Three Romances, Op 22 Andrew Hardy (violin), Uriel Tsachor (piano)
7.35 Chopin Variations on Mozart's "La Ci Darem La Mano" " Claudio Arrau (piano), London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Eliahu Inbal
8.20 Biber Battalia II Giardino Armonico, director Giovanni Antonini
8.40 Stenhammar Excelsior! (Op 13) Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi,
A look at the impact of Wagner on Vincent d'lndy. The programme features the entire third act of d'lndy's opera Fervaal, which was specially recorded for Composer of the Week by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted byJean-Yves Ossonce. Presented by Donald Macleod. Act 3,
Fervaal Christine Rice (mezzo), Stuart Kale (tenor), David Kempster (bass-baritone),
BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Jean-Yves Ossonce
Poet Peter Reading has been a bird-watcher all his life. The ornithological observations of his keen amateur eye have long dotted his work, yet forthe first time his next book will focus on Scarlet
Tanagers, Skylarks and Wrynecks. Has he gone soft or can new poems be made from the poet's ancient subject? 5: Laughing Gulls
With Rob Cowan.
Maggie Teyte (soprano), James Whitehead (cello), Gerald Moore (piano)
10.09 Bloch Schelomo Tiborde Machula
(cello), Hague Residentie Orchestra, conductor Wi Hem van Otterloo
10.31 Massenet Saint-Sulpice duet
(Manon, Act 3) Maggie Teyte (soprano), Heddle Nash (tenor), BBC Theatre
Orchestra, conductor Stanford Robinson
10.41 Mozart String Quartet in G, K156 Quartetto Italiano
10.57 Beethoven Symphony No 5 in C minor London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Antal Dorati
Artist in Focus: Stephen Kovacevich The piano virtuoso talks about the very special mental and physical stamina required to perform Beethoven's last piano sonata, heard here in a from the Edinburgh Festival, and introduces a work he commissioned from fellow
American-born musician and friend Stephen Montague , a moving lament with references to American folk ballads and Negro spirituals. Presented by Petroc Trelawny . Schumann Novelletten , Op21 (1995)
Brahms Variations and fugue on a theme of Handel (1997)
Stephen Montague Southern Lament (1997)
Wagner Prelude, Act 1: Lohengrin (1992) With the BBC Philharmonic
Beethoven Piano Sonata in C minor, Op 111 (1999)
Kaiser's Harmonie at Newcastle's Live from the 18th Century festival play music forwind on period instruments, Introduced by Stephanie Hughes.
Mozart Serenade in E flat forwind sextet, K375 Weber Adagio and Rondo Krommer Partita in E flat
Peter Donohoe and Martin Roscoe
(pianos), conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier Chausson Viviane
Poulenc Suite: Les Biches
Chausson La Tempete, Op 18; Soirde Fete, Op 3
Poulenc Concerto for two pianos Chausson Symphony in B flat
A profile of the powerful multi-instrumentalist who put the soprano saxophone on the musical map. In conversation with biographer John Chilton , Julian Joseph explores the Bechet legacy, including recordings with Tommy Ladnier ,
Mezz Mezzrow , Earl Hines and Louis Armstrong.
Nicholas Payne and Paul Daniel , the general director and the music director of English National Opera, talk about their forthcoming production of Verdi's
// Trovatore. Plus arts news and a selection of music introduced by Sean Rafferty.
Berlioz The Damnation of Faust
Berlioz's treatment of the Faust legend, in a concert performance given last month in Leeds Town Hall. Introduced by Petroc Trelawny.
Louise Winter (mezzo), Justin Lavender (tenor), Michael Druiett (baritone), Paul Whelan (bass), Leeds Festival Chorus, Britten Singers, BBC Philharmonic, conductor Simon Wright
The great art works of ancient Greece and Rome have underlain the story of western art as each generation reinterpreted their meaning, but how have recent archeological discoveries changed our view? Paul Allen explores the latest take on this dynamic relationship in the light of a new account of Classical art by Mary Beard and John Henderson. Plus novelist
Tim Binding on his imaginative history of the town of Ilkley.
A concert given at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in February featuring new works by Ligeti and a tribute to Xenakis. Presented by Sarah Walker.
Katalin Karolyi (soprano), Angel Gimeno (violin), Paul Silverthorne and Genevieve Strosser (violas), Michael Thompson (horn), David Hockings (percussion), London
Sinfonietta, conductor George Benjamin lannis Xenakis 0-Mega Simon Holt
Lilith Ligeti Sippal , Dobbal, Nadihegeduvel Regis Campo Violin Concerto George Benjamin Viola , Viola
Ligeti Hamburg Concerto (first UK performance)
With Susan Sharpe.
Lange-Miiller Madonnasange , Op 65
12.10 Hindemith Mathis derMaler
12.35 Franck Prelude , Chorale and Fugue
1.00 A complete performance of Handel's Hercules, a musical drama in three acts.
3.35 Mozart Flute Concerto in D, K314
3.55 Haydn Piano Trio in A, HXV18
4.15 Chopin Scherzo No 4 in E
4.30 Delibes Cortege de Bacchus (Sylvia)
4.35 Beethoven Wellingtons Sieg , Op 91 (Die Schlacht bei Vittoria)
5.00 Gaspar Cassado Requiebros
5.10 Corelll Sonate da Chiesa, Op 1 No 12
5.25 Haydn L 'Introduzione and Sonata I, HXXlb (Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross)
5.35 Bach Orchestral Suite No 3 in D, BWV1068
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