With Penny Gore.
Buxtehude Sonata in F, BuxWV269
John Holloway and Ursula Weiss (violins), Jaap ter Linden and Mogens Rasmussen (violas da gamba), Lars Ulrik Mortensen (harpsichord)
6.40 MacDowell Lancelot und Elaine, 0p27 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Karl Krueger
7.00 Balakirev Capriccio Nicholas Walker (piano)
7.45 Lilburn Overture: Drysdale
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, conductor William Southgate
8.00 Biber Battalia a 10 New London
Consort, conductor Philip Pickett
Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, conductor Eduardo Mata
Richard Strauss 's last years were among his most eventful. Forthefirsttimeinhis life he was forced to confront privation, derision and even criminal proceedings. Yet he responded with compositions whose beauty and lasting popularity belie the circumstances in which they were written. Donald Macleod concludes his series with a look at the final period of Strauss's life.
Malven Jessye Norman (soprano), Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
Oboe Concerto Heinz Holliger , Chamber Orchestra of Europe Four Last Songs
Gundula Janowitz (soprano),
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Herbert von Karajan (R)
Artist Dorothy Cross talks about her plans to stage an opera in a cave - shrine to the Virgin Mary - in the west of Ireland.
With Rob Cowan and Jonathan Swain.
Roy Goodman (treble),
Choir of King's College, Cambridge, director David Willcocks
10.18 Liszt Piano Sonata in B minor
10.49 Tchaikovsky, arr Ellington Nutcracker Suite (excerpts)
Duke Ellington and his orchestra
10.58 Scriabin Poem of Ecstasy Great Symphony Orchestra of the All-Union Radio and Central TV, conductor Nikolai Golovanov
11.22 Shostakovich Tahiti Trot, Op 16 BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gennadi Rozhdestvensky
Artist in Focus: Charles Mackerras
Presented by Humphrey Burton. Sullivan Overture: Macbeth
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Mozart Symphony No 39 in E flat, K543 Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Janacek Glagolitic Mass
Christine Brewer (soprano),
Ameral Gunson (mezzo), Peter Bronder (tenor), Geoffrey Moses (bass),
City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, BBC Philharmonic
In the final programme of this series from the Temple Church, London, the boy choristers of St Paul 's Cathedral take time out from their busy Christmas schedule to sing music bythree 20th-century masters.
Frances Kelly (harp), Choristers of St Paul 's Cathedral, conductor John Scott Britten A Ceremony of Carols
Peter Maxwell Davies Alma Redemptoris
Mater Rutter Dancing Day
A performance of Cole Porter's thirties musical, starring Tim Flavin as Guy and Janie Dee as Mimi with Brendan O'Hea , Thelma Ruby , Su Chandler ,
James Vaughan and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Kevin Amos.
Julian Joseph talks to the American trumpeter whose career has included work with Art Blakey , Oliver Nelson ,
Ornette Coleman and Herbie Hancock in addition to his own classic recordings forthe Blue Note label. Hubbard talks about his early influences, which included Chet Baker and Clifford Brown , his friendships with Eric Dolphy and Sonny Rollins and the making of his latest album New Colors, which features arrangements by David Weiss.
A sequence of music for Christmas, with carols and devotional music. (R)
Joan Bakewell talks to celebrities about what they believe and why. 5: Imogen Stubbs , actress.
BBC Proms 2001
Another chance to hear one of Germany's foremost orchestras performing works by Mendelssohn, Haydn and Dvorak.
Truls Mork (cello), Leipzig Gewandhaus
Orchestra, conductor Herbert Blomstedt Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night's
Dream, Opp 21 and 61 (incidental music) (excerpts)
Haydn Cello Concerto in C. H Vllb 1
Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World) (R)
By Franz Kafka. Adapted for radio by Pamela Grace and read by Paul Scofield. 5: The Cathedral. Joseph K becomes aware that a net is closing around him.
Another chance to hear one of this year's late-night Proms, which featured performances of Constant Lambert's witty Prize Fight and his piano concerto, and Gerald Finzi 's melodious and heartfelt Farewell to Arms and Romance.
Ian Bostridge (tenor), Philip Fowke (piano) Britten Sinfonia , conductor Nicholas Cleobury Lambert Prize Fight
Finzl Farewell to Arms; Romance Britten Nocturne
Lambert, orch Easterbrook and Shipley Piano Concerto (1924) (R)
Best of Live
Jez Nelson selects highlights from the year's live recordings and from the Cheltenham and London Jazz Festivals. Producers Steve Shepherd and Robert Abel
With Jill Anderson.
Verdi Don Carlos (complete opera)
3.35 Franck Grande Pièce Symphonique, Op 174.00 JG Eckhard Piano Sonata in F. Op 2 No 14.15 Ambroz Cop My Heart Is Steadfast (Psalm 108)4.20 Anon Ave
Potentissima 4.30 Wassanaer Concerto No 1 in G4.40 Mendelssohn Etude No 2 in F4.45 Schumann Toccata in C, Op 7
4.50 Rossini Overture: The Barberof
Seville 5.00 Albicastro Trio Sonata, Op 8 No 115.10 John Kuhnau Biblical Sonata
No 1 (The Fight between David and Goliath)
5.25Gaspard Fritz Violin Sonata. Op 2 No 4
5.35 Mozart Five Contredanses, K609
5.50 Oscar Straus Overture: Ein Walzertraum