With Penny Gore.
6.05 Schumann Kinderszenen , Op 15
6.45 Elgar Serenade for Strings
7.10 Vivaldi Trio Sonata in G minor, RV74
7.45 Mozart Fantasia in F minor, K608
8.20 Glazunov Oriental Rhapsody, Op 29
8.50 Norman Hallam Dance Suite
(born 1935). "The complex and many-faceted only confuses me, and I must search for unity. What is it, this one thing, and how do I find my way to it?" The Estonian composer Arvo Part is now securely established as one of the most original voices of ourtime, his music a paradigm of meditative calm. But Part has travelled a long road to arrive in this transcendent sound world. Today Donald Macleod begins his exploration of that world, looking at some early examples of the music Part wrote before finding his mature voice in the purity of "tintinnabulation" -the sound of bells.
FurAlina Werner Bartschi (piano)
Symphony No 1 (Polyphonic) (2ndmvt: Prelude and Fugue)
Estonian RSO, conductor Neeme Jarvi
Trisagion Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, conductor Saulius Dondeckis
Symphony No 3
Bamberg SO, conductor Neeme Jarvi Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten
I Fiamminghi, conductor Rudolf Werthen Producer Lydon Jones
A daily series in which artists talk about theircurrentwork. Jackie Kay , novelist, playwright and award-winning poet, talks about the writing of her latest collection of Short Stories. Producer Fiona McLean
With Rob Cowan. This week featuring
Bach cantatas and recordings by German bass-baritone Hans Hotter.
Bach Cantata No 50: Nun 1st das Heil und die Kraft The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers
10.10 Re-issue of the Week: Verdi Ella
Giammai M 'Amo (Don Carlos , Act 3) Hans Hotter (bass-baritone),
Bavarian RSO, conductor Rudolf Alberth
10.18 Dvorak Symphony No 5 in F Czech PO, conductor Karel Sejna
10.54 Bach Cantata No 202: Weichet
Nur, Betrubte Schatten Elisabeth
Schumann (soprano), instrumental ensemble, conductor Bruno Reibold
11.17 Wolf Prometheus
Hans Hotter (bass-baritone), Gerald Moore (piano)
Artist in Focus: James Galway
In this week's programmes,
Sean Rafferty talks to Northern Ireland's most distinguished flute player about his life and career, and introduces performances drawn from the BBC Archives.
Franz Doppler Andante and Rondo, Op 25 James Galway and William Bennett (flutes), BBC Philharmonic, conductor Edward Downes
Widor Suite , Op 34
Christopher O'Reilly (piano) Ravel Sheherazade
Jessye Norman (soprano), Dalton Baldwin (piano)
Rodrigo Concierto Pastoral Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Eduardo Mata
From the Wigmore Hall in London, a recital by a BBC New Generation Artist. Alban Gerhardt (cello), Steven Osborne (piano)
Bach Cello Suite No 5 in C minor, BWV1011 Martinu Variations on a Slovak Theme
Beethoven Cello Sonata in D, Op 102 No 2 Repeated Sunday 1pm
Mozart Symphony No 31 in D, K297 (Paris) Conductor Jacek Kaspszyk
Mozart Piano Concerto No 16 in D, K451 Hugh Tinney , conductor Matthias Bamert
Mahler Symphony No 4 Gillian Mcllwraith (soprano), conductor George Cleve
Blue Peter's Simon Thomas and Matt Baker present music for younger listeners, including some ragtime from
Benny Goodman and Stravinsky, and a couple of tracks about travelling on a train.
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Fantasy Opera: Eugene Onegin
Michael White assembles a dream-team cast for Tchaikovsky's operatic masterpiece, including
Galina Vishnevskaya , Vladimir Atlantov , Neil Shikov and Dmitri Hvorostovsky.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces music and arts news, and delves into the heady world of Parisian cabaret at the end of the 19th century as the new film Moulin Rouge opens the 2001 Cannes film festival. Music in the programme includes at 7.00 a work by the first of this year's Masterprize semi-finalists, Graham Atkin 's North played by the BBC
Philharmonic under Rumon Gamba.
A concert given yesterday at London's Royal Festival Hall, which featured the premiere of Peter Maxwell Davies 's Antarctic Symphony.
Tasmin Little (violin), Philharmonia Orchestra, conductors David Atherton and Peter Maxwell Davies
Walton March: Crown Imperial Elgar Violin Concerto in B minor
Maxwell Davies Antarctic Symphony (Symphony No 8)
Peter Maxwell Davies 's world premiere: pl9
A Victorian voice for a modern age? Isabel Hilton discusses the life and work of Arthur Hugh Clough whose struggle against class, capitalism and the establishment, and witty distinctive verse, demand as much attention as his more famous contemporaries. Plus a review of the low-budget independent Indian film that's attracting world attention, The Terrorist, which tells the story of a young Tamil suicide bomber in Sri Lanka.
Myths from medieval Iceland sung by Sequentia, experimental bandourafrom
Ukraine via New York and highlights from a concert given by the Jocelyn Pook
Ensemble last March as part of their Contemporary Music Network tour. Presented by Verity Sharp.
With Jonathan Swain. Verdi Per Me Giunto
(Don Carlos ) 12.15 Spohr Duo in F, Op 148
12.35 Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 2 in D minorl.00 Mozart String Quartet in B flat, K589 Beethoven String Quartet in E flat, Op 74 (Harp) 1.55 Schubert Piano
Sonata inA, 09592.25 Melartin Consolation
2.35 Frank Martin Mass for two choirs
3.00 Something to Think About 3.15
Playtime 3.30 Music Box 3.45 EAL: Let's Make a Story 4.00 Let's Make a Story
4.15 Song Tree
Cello Sonata, Op 5 No 54.40
Tartini Trumpet Concerto in 04.50 Palestrina Litaniae de Beatae Virgine Maria 5.05
Wilbye DrawOn Sweet NightGibbons Whatls Our Life ? 5.15 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4 in G, BWV1049 5.40 Dela Violin Sonatine
5.50 Satie, arr Milhaud Jack-in-the-box