With Penny Gore.
Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
6.30 Strauss Horn Concerto No 1 in E flat, Op 11 Barry Tuckwell (horn),
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy
7.00 Mozart Overture: La Clemenza di Tito
Dresden State Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
7.50 Huw Warren , after Dowland Tears; Doth Promise (Lachrymae)
Performed bythe Composer (piano)
8.00 William Mathias Dance Overture, Op 16 London Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Atherton
8.45 Ravel Concerto for the left hand
Pascal Roge (piano), Montreal Symphony Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
Music publisher and entrepreneur
Mitrofan Belyayev was a major influence in Glazunov's life, and his death dealt Glazunov a cruel blow. However, the composer weathered this setback to maintain his position as a leading force in Russian music. Today Donald Macleod introduces works written by Glazunov at the height of his powers, including the symphony which his pupil Shostakovich regarded as Glazunov's best- his eighth - and his violin concerto, which has proved to be his most popularwork.
Kuranta (Les Vendredis, Book 2 No 6) Shostakovich Quartet
Piano Sonata No 1 in B flat minor, Op 74 (Andante) Massimiliano Damerini Violin Concerto in A minor, Op 82
Maxim Vengerov , Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Claudio Abbado
Symphony No 8 in Eflat (Allegro; Finale) Moscow Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alexander Anissimov
Australian poet Peter Portertalks about the work he has been inspired to produce as poet-in-residence at this year's Proms.
With Rob Cowan.
Brahms Gesange , Op 1 7 Jan Schroeder and Hans-Ulrich Winkler (horns), Julia Raines (harp), North German Radio Chorus, conductor Gunter Jena
10.21 Tchaikovsky Serenade for strings, Op 48Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Willem Mengelberg
10.48 Schubert Allegro in A minor, D94 7 (Lebensstijrme) Paul Badura-Skoda and JorgDemus (pianos)
11.01 Dohnanyl Konzertstuck , Op 12 Janos Starker (cello), Philharmonia Orchestra, cond uctor Walter Susskind
Back at the palace in Schwetzingen,
Graeme Kay meets the new trio which unites flautist Emmanuel Pahud , viola-player Tabea Zimmermann and harpist
Marie-Pierre Langlamet. The programme also features pianists
Elisabeth Leonskaya and Olli Mustonen , Mahler's Lieder eines Fahrenden Gesellen sung by the young German baritone Christian Gerhaher , and music by Mozart and others from the palace's 18th-century heyday, played by the modern-day descendant of the Palatinate princes' own band, the Kurpfalz Chamber Orchestra.
Chris de Souza introduces a concert from this year's Three Choirs Festival, given in the church of St Maryde Lode in Gloucester. David Campbell (clarinet), Sorrel Quartet Britten String Quartet No 3, Op 94 Bliss Clarinet Quintet
Another chance to hear last Friday's evening concert at the Royal Albert Hall. Ruth Ziesak (soprano),
Leonidas Kavakos (violin),
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Herbert Blomstedt Sibelius Violin Concerto
Mahler Symphony No 4 (R)
The London Piano School
Lucie Skeaping reflects on London in the late 18th and early 19th centuries when the capital was a world centre in the development of the early piano. The programme includes specially recorded music by Olga Tverskaya of "London" piano works by JC Bach, Dussek and Muzio Clementi.
Humphrey Carpenter presents a selection of music and an update of news and views from the arts world.
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Composer John Adams conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra forthe first time in a programme of seductive French pieces, including his own arrangement of Debussy's songs, and gives a Proms first performance of his most recent orchestral work, its title taken from Schiller's famous essay on art. The programme opens joyously with Ravel's serenade of a Spanish jester.
Presented by Andrew McGregor. Felicity Lott (soprano),
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor John Adams
Ravel Alborada del Gracioso
Satie, arr Debussy Deux GymnopGdies
Debussy, arr Adams Le Livre de Baudelaire
8.15 Twenty Minutes: Performing
Art Christopher Cook is joined at the Victoria and Albert Museum , London, by Andrew Spira to examine the ivory backs of two medieval French mirrors depictingthe courtly cult of idealised romance.
8.35 John Adams Naïve and Sentimental Music (first Proms performance) Repeated next Friday 2pm
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In the week his Partita is performed at the Proms, another chance to hear American composer Elliot Carter - 92 years old and still working-talking to John Tusa about his life and work. (R)
See BBC Proms 2001. Friday 7pm
Verity Sharp with Mark Springer 's Lateral, Josquin's Huc Me Sydereo/Plangent Eum and the Yemeni traditional song Khatr Ghusn al Qana.
With Jill Anderson.
Giraut de Bornelh No Pose Sofrir C a la
Dolor; Reis Glorios Verais Luas e Clartatz
12.20 Beethoven String Quartet in E minor, Op 59 No 2 (Rasumovsky)
1.00 Goldmark Overture; In Italien, Op 49 Attila Bozay Pezzo Concertato No 1,
Opll Mozart Piano Concerto No 20 in D minor, K466 2.00 JCF Bach Pygmalion Cantata 2.30 Schumann Cello Concerto in A minor2.55 Bruckner Symphony No 2 in C minor4.00 Schubert 16 6 Landler, D366 4.10 Lalo Two Aubades 4.20
Handel Sorge Nel Petto (Rinaldo) 4.25 Tamulionis Home Psalms
4.35 Hellendaal Cello Sonata, Op 5 No 6
4.45 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F, BVVV104 75.05 Kuhnau Biblical Sonata No 1 in C (Fight between David and Goliath) 5.15 Verdi Overture: Nabucco
5.25 JC Bach Quintet in D, Op 11 No 6
5.40 Chopin Prelude in C sharp minor, Op 45
5.50 Madetoja Concert Overture, Op 7