With Penny Gore.
6.10 Leonid Bashmakov Four inventions for accordion and harpsichord
6.40 Schumann Symphony in G minor, WoO29
7.10 Weber Waltzes for the French
Empress, Marie Louise (Album 1)
7.35 Haydn Symphony No 85 in B flat (La Reine)
8.00 Lalo Overture: Le Roi d'Ys
8.30 Offenbach, arr Manuel Rosenthal Gaite Parisienne (excerpts)
Donald Macleod introduces works from
Dohnanyi's American years.
Three Singular Pieces, Nos 1 and 2 Ernst von Dohnanyi (piano) Violin Concerto No 2
Mark Kaplan , Barcelona and Catalonia
National SO, conductor Lawrence Foster American Rhapsody
Frankfurt RSO, director Alun Francis
Francis Spufford talks about his project, The Child That Books Built, in which he revisits his favourite childhood books.
With Rob Cowan.
J Strauss (son), arr Elver Waltz: Blue
Danube Josef and Rosina Lhevinne (pianos)
10.13 Haydn Symphony No 8 in A
New York PO, conductor Leonard Bernstein
10.38 Strauss Marie Theres! Hab ' Mir's
Gelobt (Der Rosenkavalier, Act 3)
Chorus of Vienna State Opera, Vienna PO, conductor Robert Heger
10.50 Purcell Fantasia No 6 in 4 parts Concentus Musicus
10.55 J Strauss (son) Roses from the South Richard Tauber (tenor), orchestra
10.59 Prokofiev Scythian Suite , Op 20 South West German RSO, conductor Sergiu Celibidache
11.23 J Strauss (son) Waltz: Voices of Spring Vienna PO, conductor Georg Szell
Artists in Focus: Brodsky Quartet Petroc Trelawny discusses with the members of the quartet their past and future, and tries to define the aesthetic sense which characterises their work.
With Andrew Haveron , Ian Belton, Paul Cassidy and Jacqueline Thomas. Turina El Oracion del Torero
Britten String Quartet No 1
Beethoven String Quartet in C sharp minor, Op 131
Stirrers of the Storm
A recital given last year at the Djanogly Hall in Nottingham as part of a series evoking the spirit the early Romantics. Lars Anders Tomter (viola), Piers Lane (piano)
Uszt Idée Fixe; Romance Oubliée Berlioz, arr Liszt Harold in Italy
Stravinsky Ballets: BBC Symphony Orchestra
This week's focus on Stravinsky's ballets ends with The Rite ofSpringand its brutal evocation of a young girl dancing herself to death. Presented by Sarah Walker. This performance was recorded forthe current BBC2 series Masterworks, and can be seen tomorrow at 6.55pm.
Mozart Divertimento in B flat, K166 Poulenc Suite Française
Dvorak Serenade in D minor, Op 44 Milhaud Chamber Symphony No 6 Conductor Thierry Fischer
Stravinsky The Rite of Spring Conductor Leonard Slatkin
Blue Peter's Simon Thomas and Matt Baker with a music series foryounger listeners. Cannon and insects feature in today's tracks.
Martial Solal. As part of Radio 3's Paris Season, Julian Joseph profiles this
Algerian-born pianist who settled in the French capital towards the end of the forties, where he worked with expatriate Americans such as Kenny Clarke ,
Don Byas and Sidney Bechet. Music includes a of a solo concert given by the pianist in 1988.
Sean Rafferty concludes his tour ofthe Royal Academy of Arts exhibition, Paris: Capital ofthe Arts 1900-68. Today he talks to Sarah Wilson about Niki de Saint Phalle's landmark work, Kennedy-Krushchev. Plus live music, arts news and new releases.
Live from Glasgow City Hall a concert featuring a new concerto inspired by the 9th-century Anglo-Saxon poem The
Seafarer. Presented by Sandy Burnett. Tabea Zimmerman (viola),
Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Joseph Swensen
Tippett Fantasia Concertante on a theme ofCorelli
Sally Beamish Viola Concerto No 2 (first performance)
8.15 Twenty Minutes: Treasure in the House
Fiddler and singer Nancy Kerr presents a profile of the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library at Cecil Sharp House.
8.35 Vaughan Williams Symphony No 5
Patrick Wright discusses the work of photographer Martin Parr. Also, The AntiChrist's Lewd Hat- an exploration of how different sections of 16th and 17th-century England sought to enlist the notorious pamphlets ofthe time to their own ideological and commercial purposes.
Andy Kershaw presents a special edition from the Radio France studios in central
Paris, featuring Guinean singer-songwriter Sona Diabate and Senegalese rap stars Djoloff.
David Sanchez. The last in a short series of programmes recorded at last November's London Jazz Festival features the young Puerto Rican tenor saxophonist
David Sanchez recorded at the Pizza Express in Soho. His quintet, which includes alto player Miguel Zenon , drummer Antonio Sanchez , bassist Hans Glawischnig and percussionist Pernell Saturnino , play music from their latest album, Travesia. Producers Steve Shepherd and Robert Abel
With Jonathan Swain. A complete performance of Verdi's Otello recorded at the Theatre duChatelet, Paris, last year.
3.20 Schumann Piano Sonata
No 1 in F sharp minor, Op 113.50 Bach Orchestral Suite No 1 in C, BWV1066
4.10 Mielczewski Venite Domine
4.25 Tartini Violin Sonata in G minor, Op 1 No 10 (Didone Abbandonata)
4.45 Ravel Introduction and Allegro
5.00 Byrd The Galliard Jig 5.10 Weber Perpetuum Mobile (Sonata No 1 in C)
5.20 Marjan Mozetich El Dorado
5.40 Respighi // Tramonto
5.55 Silvius Weiss Prelude-Fantasia in D