Two Elegies and Romanza
5.10 Brahms Hungarian Dances: No 1 in G minor; No 2 in F, No 10 in FJ Strauss (son) Tritschtratsch Polka 5.35 Wieniawski
Violin Concerto No 2 in D minor
With Penny Gore .
Schumann Three Romances, Op 94 Anthony Marwood (violin), Susan Tomes (piano)
6.45 Handel Salve Regina
Magdalena Kozena (mezzo), Les Musiciensdu Louvre, director Marc Minkowski
7.00 Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor André Cluytens
7.45 Bax Moy Mell
Jeremy Brown and Seta Tanyel (pianos)
8.00 Stravinsky Scherzo Fantastique New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Pierre Boulez
8.45 Johan Halvorsen Norwegian Rhapsody No 1
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Karsten Andersen
Donald Macleod presents music written towards the end of Durufle 's life and discovers how Gregorian chant continued to influence the composer.
Durufle Quatre Motets surdes Themes Grégoriens Op 10
Choir of St John's College, Cambridge, conductor Christopher Robinson
Poulenc Concerto for organ, strings and timpani (excerpts)
Maurice Durufle (organ), Orchestre de la Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire, conductor Georges Pretre
Durufle Prelude sur I 'Introit de I'Epiphanie (Adagio) John Scott (organ)
Durufle Fugue sur le Thème du Carillon des Heures de la Cathedrale de Soisson, Op 12 (Allegro moderato) Olivier Latry (organ)
Durufle Messe cum Jubilo a une voix, Op 11 Stuart Macintyre (baritone),
Ian Farrington (organ), BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Cleobury Durufle Notre Pere , Op 14 Orfeon Donostiarra , conductor Jose Antonio Sainz
What has Tacita Dean's Between the Ears become after months of dwelling on sound from her home in Berlin ?
With Jonathan Swain.
Schubert Piano Sonata in A, D664 Vladimir Ashkenazy
10.28 Shostakovich Symphony No 8 Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Yevgeni Mravinsky
Sean Rafferty introduces a concert recorded in St Flannan's Cathedral at last year's Killaloe Music Festival. Irish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Nicholas McGegan
Locatelli Concerto Grosso in F. Op 7 No 4 Schnittke Concerto Grosso No 3
Fionnuala Hunt, Katherine Hunka (violins) Corelli Concerto Grosso in D, Op 6 No 7 Stravinsky Concerto in D for strings
Avison, after D Scarlatti Concerto Grosso No 12 in D
Stirrers of the Storm. Another chance to hear a series of concerts from the Djanogly Hall in Nottingham evoking the spirit of Byron, Liszt and the early
Romantics. Today's recital features the young Russians Graf Mourja (violin) and Elena Rozanova (piano).
Paganini Cantabile, Op 1 7; Caprice in E flat for solo violin, Op 1 No 17;
Introduction and Variations on "Di Tanti
Palpiti" from Rossini's "Tancredi"
Uszt Mephisto Waltz No 1; Grand Duo Concertant on Lafont's "Le Marin
Paganini, arr Kreisler La Campane//a
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra The BBCSSO conclude their cycle of Nielsen's symphonies.
Presented by Paul Guinery.
Elgar Sospiri; Serenade for string orchestra Conductor Martyn Brabbins Stanford Violin Concerto in D, Op 74 Anthony Marwood , conductor Martyn Brabbins
Nielsen Symphony No 6 (Sinfonia
Semplice) Conductor Osmo Vanska
Simon Thomas and Matt Baker play music to listen to after school. Startthe weekend with an American march and the classic story of a tuba who wanted his own tune.
George Coleman. Julian Joseph talks to the American saxophonist whose early career included tours with BB King and recordings with Max Roach and Slide Hampton. Coleman talks about the influence of Charlie Parker , thejam sessions he attended in Chicago during the fifties, and the events that led up to his joining the Miles Davis Quintet in 1963.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and a roundup of the latest arts news.
A performance of Mahler's gigantic Third Symphony given in Lucerne in August last year. As Mahler himself wrote, the symphony "includes all the phases of evolution, and depicts its gradual ascent, progressing to the love of God."
Randi Stene (mezzo), Knabenkantorei Basel, women of the Swiss Chamber Chorus, Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Mariss Jansons
Mahler Symphony No 3
In an extended interview, Paul Allen talks to John McGahern , author of Amongst Women, The Barracks, and a string of acclaimed short stories. That They May Face the Rising Sun- his first book for 12 years - paints an intimate portrait of life in rural Ireland as a couple retreat from the grind of London to take on the running of a small lakeside farm in Leitrim. Here they discover a new rhythm to the seasons and meaning to the friendships they form with the country folk around them.
More music from the best record collection in Crouch End, plus a seaside session with Jamaica's living museum of mento music, the Jolly Boys, recorded on Andy's recenttrip to the Caribbean.
Richard Galliano Double Bill. In the first of a three-part season from last year's London Jazz Festival, accordionist Richard Galliano features in a double-bill. In the first half he performs with saxophonist Michel Portal , and in the second half with his New York
Quintet, featuring Mark Feldman on violin. Producers Robert Abel and Steve Shepherd
With Jonathan Swain.
Willem de Fesch Oratorio: Joseph
(complete performance) 3.25 Prokofiev Suite: Lieutenant Kijé 3.45
Endre Szervanszky Serenade 4.15 Vivaldi Violin Concerto in E, RV269 (Spring) 4.25
Morales Motet: Andreas Christi Famulus
4.35 WF Bach Sinfonie in F
4.50 Quantz Trio Sonata in E flat 5.00 Haydn Symphony No 2 7 in G 5.10 Liszt
Mephisto Waltz No 1 5.20 Bruckner Ecce Sacerdos 5.30 Bach Harpsichord Concerto No 4 in A, BWV1 055 5.40 Berlioz Overture: King Lear