With Penny Gore.Elgar, arr Young Suite: The Spanish Lady
Guildhall String Ensemble
6.15 Debussy Estampes Cedric Tiberghien (piano)
7.00 Schelle Gott , Sende Dein Licht
The King's Consort, director Robert King
7.40 Hoist Short Pianoforte Trio (1894) Pirastri Trio
8.00 Pergolesi Rute Concerto in G Peter-Lukas Graf ,
Padova e del Veneto Chamber Orchestra
8.35 Bach Suite No 3 in D, BWV1068 Akademie fur Alte Musik, Berlin
(1714-88). Donald Macleod presents a week of programmes on the life and works of JS Bach's second son.
1: The Bach Family of Musicians
CPE Bach wrote his first significant works at the age of about 17, and they show the influence of his father's teaching methods. But both Emanuel and his elder brother Wilhelm Friedemann were keen to adopt their own musical style. CPE Bach became one of the leading members of a younger generation of musicians who favoured a simpler style of music with an emphasis on sensitivity.
Prestissimo (Sonata in C. Wq55 No 1) GaborAnta Iffy (harpsichord)
March in D Gustav Leonhardt (harpsichord) Sonata in B flat, Wq62 No 1 Miklos Spanyi (clavichord)
Trio Sonata in C, Wql47 Rorilegium
Concerto in D, Wql3 Concerto Armonico, director Miklos Spanyi (piano) Producer Johannah Smith
Philip Hedley , artistic director of the Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London, talks about the reopening of this famous theatre following its renovation overthe past three years. Producer Fiona McLean
With Jonathan Swain. This week featuring Palestrina's vocal music and recordings by the Greek conductor Dimitri Mitropoulos.
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme of Thomas Tallis Strings of the New York PO, conductor Dimitri Mitropoulos
10.18 Vorisek Rhapsodies, Op 1: No 8 in D; No 9 in G minor Artur Pizarro (piano)
10.27 Peter Phillips , director of the Tallis Scholars, introduces one of his favourite recordings: Palestrina MissaPapae Marce/WChoir of King's College,
Cambridge, conductor David Willcocks
11.05 Rachmanlnov The Isle of the Dead
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, conductor Dimitri Mitropoulos
New Generation Artists
Radio 3's New Generation Artists are some of today's brightest young performers, who are making waves whereverthey play. They perform concerts and recitals for
Radio 3 and with the BBC orchestras, as well as appearing in the Proms. This week six of the 12 New Generation Artists feature in studio recordings made speciallyforthe programme, and talk to Verity Sharp about their careers. Mozart Rondo in A minor, K511 Alexander Melnikov (piano)
Bach Partita No 3 in E, BWV1006 llyaGringolts (violin)
Butterworth A Shropshire Lad James Rutherford (baritone), Eugene Asti (piano)
Haydn Piano Trio in C major, H XV21 Kungsbacka Piano Trio
Beethoven Piano Sonata in E, Op 109 Ashley Wass (piano)
Live from the Wigmore Hall, London, presented by Stephanie Hughes. John Mark Ainsley (tenor), RogerVignoles (piano)
Faure Aubade ; Serenade Toscane ;
Hymne; Clairde Lune ; Prison; Notre Amour Chausson La Caravane; Serenade Italienne; Le Temps des Lilas; Les Papillons; Le Colibri
Hahn Venezia : Chansons en
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Conductor David Hill
David Hill makes his debut with the BBC
NOW at the St David's Festival, and Gillian Weir plays the cathedral's fine Willis organ. Presented by Tommy Pearson. Elgar Introduction and Allegro
CPE Bach Organ Concerto in G, Wq34 Elgar Sospiri
Elgar Serenade for Strings
Debussy Danse Sacrée et Danse Profane Catrin Finch (harp)
Poulenc Organ Concerto
Blue Peter's Liz Barker and Matt Baker play more music for younger listeners. Today, music about comedians, shoemakers and triplets. There's loads of musical fun on the Making Tracks website: www.bbc.co.uk/makingtracks
Edward Seckerson explores the work of Cole Porter and talks to Marin Mazzie about her role in the award-winning
Broadway production of Kiss Me. Kate which has just arrived in London.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and a roundup of the arts news.
A performance, on period instruments, of Monteverdi's setting of the evening liturgy, recorded in Winchester Cathedral. Carolyn Sampson and Alison Smart
(sopranos), Robin Blaze (countertenor), William Kendall and Neil MacKenzie
(tenors), Stephen Charlesworth (baritone), BBC Singers,
Rorilegium, conductor David Hill Monteverdi Vespers (1610)
Bartok String Quartet No 3 (R)
Isabel Hilton reviews Ken Loach 's film The Navigators. And Christopher Hitchens leads a discussion on the pros and cons of dialectical thinking.
L Subramaniam, master ofthe south Indian violin, plays the Carnatic Raga
Mohanam, the Tallis Scholars sing music by Will iam Byrd, and there's a classic track from the Doors. With Verity Sharp.
With Jonathan Swain.
Hans Krasa Overture 12.10 Franck
Symphonic Variations 12.25 Jef van Hoof Symphony No 1 in A
1.00 Shostakovich Cello Sonata, Op 40
Stravinsky, arr Piatigorsky Suite Italienne Rachmaninov Cello Sonata in G minor, Op 19 Glazunov The Minstrel's Song.
Op 712.30 CPE Bach Flute Concerto in G, Wql69
3.00-5.00 BBC Schools
3.00 Alphabet Time 3.10 Alphabet Time
3.20 Music Box 3.35 Find Out
3.50 Hop Skip and Jump 4.05 Time for Drama 4.20 Talking Points 4.40 Just Poetry 4.50 Just Poetry
5.00 Geminiani Concerto Grosso in D minor,
Op7 No 2 5.20 Suriani Partita 5.30 Brahms Five Songs for chorus. Op 104
5.45 Debussy, orch Busser Petite Suite