5.15 Bach Viola da Gamba Sonata No 2 in D, BWV1028 5.30 Kuhnau Biblical
Sonata No 6 (Jacobs Tod und Begrabniss)
5.45 Bruhns Hemmt eure Tranenflut
With Penny Gore.
Gossec Symphony in D London Mozart Players
6.40 Beethoven Piano Trio in E flat
WoO38 Borodin Trio
7.00 Saint-Saens Odelette
Clara Novakova (flute),
Paris Orchestra Ensemble, conductor Jean-Jacques Kantorow
7.50 Bartok, arrSzekely Six Romanian Folk Dances
Susanne Stanzeleit (violin), Gusztav Fenyo (piano)
8.00 Glazunov Saxophone Concerto Pekka Savikoki (saxophone),
New Stockholm Chamber Orchestra, conductor Jorma Panula
8.30 Ippolitov-lvanov Caucasian Sketches, Op 10
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Zinman
With the end of the Second World War,
Medtner could pick up the threads of his life again, although he had recently discovered a heart condition which made his performing career look doubtful. However he went on to compose his
Sonate-Ballade, which he was laterto be given the opportunity to record by a wealthy benefactor. Donald Macleod introduces this and his last and most deeply felt work - his Piano Quintet.
When Roses Fade; The Muse (Poems of Pushkin, Op 36)
Elizabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano), accompanied bytheComposer(piano) Sonate-Ballade Geoffrey Tozer (piano) Piano Quintet, Op Posth Dmitri Alexeev (piano), New Budapest Quartet
Novelist Diran Adebayo talks about his latest book which asks whether art or science can ever be good for the health.
With Rob Cowan.
Haydn Piano Trio in C, HXV27 Beaux Arts Trio
10.23 Gounod Messe Solennelle de
Sainte CécilePilar Lorengar (soprano),
Heinz Hoppe (tenor), Franz Crass (bass), Rene Duclos Choir , Paris Conservatoire Concerts Society Orchestra, conductor Jean-Claude Hartemann
11.09 Kreisler Schon Rosmarin
Ivry Gitlis (violin), Shigeo Neriki (piano)
11.11 Smetana Blanik (Ma Vlast) Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Rafael Kubelik
Artist in Focus: Thomas Allen
Humphrey Burton plays BBC archive recordings of baritone Thomas Allen. 5: Climbing Everest
Brahms Five Songs, Op 72; Komm Bald (Six Songs, Op 97)
With Paul Hamburger (piano)
Schubert Die Schone Mullerin , 0795 With Roger Vignoles (piano)
Vaughan Williams Silent Noon (The House of Life) With Malcolm Martineau (piano)
From the Royal Scottish Academy of n Music and Drama in Glasgow,
Sandy Burnett presents a recital bythe Enesco
Trio (Elizabeth Layton , Jane Atkins and Paul Watkins ) performing an early work by Beethoven, and Judith Weir 's atmospheric Bagpiper's String Trio, based around the tragic life of a bagpiper in Bonny Prince Charlie's army related in three movements: Salute, Nocturne, Lament, over the sea.
Beethoven String Trio in E flat, Op 3
Judith Weir The Bagpiper's String Trio
Liadov Baba-Yaga , Op 56:
From the Apocalypse, Op 66 Conductor
VassilySinaisky Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherazade , Op 35 Conductor
Edward Downes Balakirev Piano Concerto No 1 in F sharp minor Howard Shelley , conductor Vassily Sinaisky
Uadov The Enchanted Lake, Op 62; Eight Russian Folksongs, Op 58 Conductor Vassily Sinaisky
Liz Barker and Matt Baker 's selection for younger listeners includes music by Glen Miller , Scott Joplin and Mozart.
Julian Joseph talks to the American pianist about his work with the Jazztet in 1959, the harmonic innovations he developed with John Coltrane , and various projects under his own name including a big band recorded by the BBC in 1994.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and a roundup of the latest arts news.
London Jazz Festival
Joshua Redman and Denys Baptiste
Live from the Royal Festival Hall, London, Alyn Shipton introduces sets by two leading tenor saxophonists. Denys Baptiste opens the concert with material from his new album Alternating Currents, which features Kevin Robinson (trumpet and flugelhorn), Winston Rollins (trombone),
Andrew McCormack (piano), Larry Bartley (double bass), Tom Skinner (drums) and Juliet Roberts (vocals). American Joshua Redman brings his latest quartet of Aaron Goldberg (piano), Reuben Rogers (bass) and Greg Hutchinson (drums). During the interval Redman talks to Alyn Shipton about his recent work including Passage ofTime.
London Jazz Festival
Tonight Andy Kershaw presents highlights from Wednesday's concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall by Algerian-born
Rachid Taha , who puts across a political message with music that blends North African traditions with rock rhythms.
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London Jazz Festival
Satoko Fujii and Mats Gustafsson A double bill of progressive music recorded earliertoday. Japanese pianist and composer Satoko Fujii is joined by her husband, trumpeter NatsukiTamura. And Swedish saxophonist Mats Gustafsson fronts high-octane Scandinavian trio The Thing, also featuring Paal Nissen-Loveon drums and Ingerbrigt Haker-Flaten on bass. Producers Steve Shepherd and Kathryn Willgress
With Jonathan Swain. Gluck Orfeoed
Eurydice (complete) 2.30 Brahms, orch Schoenberg Piano Quartet in G minor, Op 25 3.10 Sibelius Symphony No 5 in Eflat, Op 823.50 Rosenmiiller De
Profundis (Psalm 129) 4.00 Maya le Roux-Obradovic Ballade de la Vallée
Magique 4.20 CPE Bach Flute Sonata in A minor, Wql28 4.30 Liszt, transcr
Dohnanyi Fantasia and Fugue on BACH
4.40 Dvorak Slavonic Dance in G minor, Op 46 No 84.50 Schubert Polonaise in B flat, D580 5.05 Wilbye 0 What Shall Doe 5.25 Czerny Brilliant Polonaise,
Op 296 5.40 Kunzen Symphony in G minor