With Martin Handley.
Ockeghem Chanson and Mass: Au Travail Suis Tallis Scholars, director Peter Phillips
6.25Scharwenka String Quartet in D, Op 120 Mannheim Quartet
7.00 Webern Passacaglia, Op 1
Vienna PO, conductor Claudio Abbado
7.45 Goldschmidt Passacaglia , Op 4 (1925) City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
8.00 Bruch Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor Anne-Sophie Mutter,
Berl in PO, conductor Herbert von Karajan
8.35 Berlioz Love scene: Serene Night
(Romeo etJuliette) London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
Stephanie Hughes introduces music from recent concerts around Europe, including the top prizewinning performance from the 2001 Clara Haskil Competition, won by German pianist Martin Helmchen. Plus arts news from the Sunday papers with CathyPacke.
Rossini Overture: William Tell
Vienna Piano Trio
9.30 Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2 in Bflat Martin Helmchen , Swiss-Italian Orchestra, conductor Lawrence Foster
10.05 Vivaldi Concerto in G minor, RV531 Rene Schiffer and Koji Takahashi (cellos), La Petite Bande , director Sigiswald Kuijken
10.50 Nielsen Prelude, Act 2: Saul and David Copenhagen PO, conductor Giordano Bellincampi
11.10 Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherazade Finnish RSO, conductor Sakari Oramo Producer David Gallagher
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Ivan Hewett marks the first BBC World
Music Awards with a special edition discussing issues facing the World Music scene today, with a panel which includes DJ Rita Ray , cultural commentator Simon Frith and author Banning Eyre. Plus an interview with Susheela Raman , nominated forthe BBC newcomer award, and an insight into the record industry's role from Nick Gold , founderofthe pioneering record label World Circuit.
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London. Presented by Stephanie Hughes. Belcea Quartet
William Mival Quartet - RBG
Beethoven Quartet in Fmajor(Op 59 Nol) (Rasumovsky)
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Stephen Johnson presents the first of three programmes featuring BBC archive recordings of the Amadeus Quartet. Today's programme includes two recordings made in the sixties.
Haydn String Quartet in F minor, Op 20 No 5 Mozart String Quintet in D, K593 With Cecil Aronowitz (viola)
The Amadeus Quartet are featured artists on the series of BBC Legends CDs available in record shops
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Today's selection includes An English
Overture by Paul Lewis and a recording of Ernest Tomiinson 's Suite of English
Dances played by the Light Music Society Orchestra, conducted by Vivian Dunn.
Brian Kay also turns his attention to the state of the nation's railways in three short pieces: Rhythm on Rails, Railroad Rhythms and - perhaps appropriately enough - Runningoffthe Rails.
Gerard McBurney uncovers the secrets of Schumann's Kinderszenen (Scenes from Childhood), with the help of musical examples from pianist Tim Horton.
Trisha Brown has been making dance and moving people for decades, always experimenting with spaces and systems and pattern. As she begins a new work in a changed Manhattan Christopher Cook profiles the essential Trisha Brown.
Judi Dench stars in David Hare 's award-winning play, first produced forthe National Theatre by Richard Eyre in 1997, is both a moving study of a mother and daughter's long-term relationship and a testimonyto the dignifying importance of the artistic life.
Original music composed and performed by Janet Davey. Director Gordon House
A concert of choral music from the 16th and 20th centuries, recorded at last year's Deal Festival. Presented by Paul Guinery. BBC Singers, conductor Bo Holten John Sheppard In Media Vita
John Taverner Dum Transsiset Sabbatum; Magnificat Collegium Regale Bo Holten In Nomine
Robert Whyte Christ Qui Lux Es et Dies
David Matthews Te Lucis ante Terminum Howard Skempton The Bridge of Fire Mark Horton Epitaph on a Child Tallis Gaude Gloriosa
Another chance to hear two highlights from BBC NOW's Millennium Lunchtime Concerts. Thomas Dausgaard conducts fellow Dane Poul Ruder 's lyrical second cello concerto and Tippett's colourful Ritual Dances.
Paul Watkins (cello),
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Thomas Dausgaard
Poul Ruders Anima - Cello Concerto No 2 Michael Tippett Ritual Dances (Midsummer Marriage)
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic mix of new sounds and talk to DJ and Mo'Wax label founder James Lavelle about his musical progress from acid jazz, through trip hop, to the all-embracing mix of his recent Fabric Live compilation.
With Jonathan Swain.
Scheidemann Three Chorale Preludes: Gelobet Seist Du Jesu Christ; Herzlich Lieb Hab Ich Gehoffet Herr; In Dich Hab
12.15 Ennemond Gaultier Lute Pieces in D minor
12.35 Ponce Folias de Espana
1.00 Mahler Symphony No 8 (Symphony of a Thousand)
2.25 Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op 1153.00 Mozart Piano Concerto No 2 7 in B flat, K595
3.30 Sibelius Symphony No 6
4.05 Augustin Dautrecourt Concert No 44 (Tombeau des Regrets)
4.25 JCF Bach Sinfonia in D minor for strings and continuo
4.35 Kurpinski Two Huts
4.50 Balakirev Islamey, Op 18
5.00 Brkanovic Concertino for strings
5.10 Maurice Dela Sonatine
5.25 Offenbach Les Larmes de Jacqueline 5.40 Giaches de Wert Motet:
Ascendente Jesu in Naviculum
5.50 Uszt Liebestraume