Le Chasseur Maudit
5.20 Jose de Torres Cantada al Santisimo
5.35 Astor Piazzolla , arr B Benitez Tango: Verano Porteno
5.45 Tchaikovsky Marche Slave. Op 31
Tommy Pearson. Vivaldi Concerto in D for viola d'amore, strings andcontinuo, RV392
Massimo Paris (viola d'amore), I Musici
6.40 Parry Symphonic Variations London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Matthias Bamert
7.00 Falla Concerto for harpsichord, flute, oboe, clarinet, violin and cello Elizabeth Anderson (harpsichord), Schirmer Ensemble
7.45 Haydn Symphony No 19 in D
Hanover Band, director Roy Goodman
8.00 Tcherepnin The Enchanted Kingdom Russian National Orchestra, conductor Mikhail Pletnev
8.40 Villa-Lobos Uirapuru
Simon Bolivar Orchestra of Venezuela, conductor Eduardo Mata
Alan Hovhaness 's experience of the court music of Korea led him to remark "I thought this was the most mysterious music I had ever heard," and for him the sixties became a time when he immersed himself in the music and culture of the Far East, developing a very personal amalgamation of occidental and oriental traditions. Donald Macleod surveys the work of this period.
Fantasy on Japanese Woodprints, Op 211 Heather Corbett (xylophone),
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ken Young
Distant Lake of Sighs Ara Berberian (bass), Alan Hovhaness (piano)
The Holy City, Op 218 BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Rumon Gamba Suite from String Quartet No 2 Shanghai Quartet
Meditation on Zeami, Op 20 7
BBCSO, conductor Douglas Bostock
Playwright Shelagh Stevenson , author of The Memory of Water, talks about her latest project forthe Royal National Theatre.
With Rob Cowan.
Strauss Oboe Concerto Ray Still, Academy of London, conductor Richard Stamp
10.30 Handel Return, 0 God of Hosts
(Samson) Maureen Forrester (contralto), Herbert Tachezi (harpsichord), I Solisti Di Zagreb, conductor Antonio Janigro
10.38 Beethoven String Quartet in A minor, Op 132Yale Quartet
Mornings in the Gardens of Spain
Oz Clarke continues his visit to the 2001 Granada Festival with music by Courcelle and Albeniz. He also tastes the famous
Vino de Malaga mentioned by Washington Irving and learns the origins of flamenco. Courcelle A Ti, Invisible Ruisenor Canoro Nuria Rial (soprano), Conciert Espanol , director Emilio Moreno
Albeniz Almeria; ElAlbaicin (Iberia) Guillermo Gonzales (piano)
Falla ElAmorBrujo Ameral Gunson (contralto), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Diego Masson
The young German cellist Alban Gerhardt and pianist Steven Osborne give the first performance of a new work for cello and piano by Australian composer Brett Dean , commissioned by the Royal Philharmonic Society and Radio 3 as part of the BBC New Generation Artists scheme. A concert recorded earlierthis month in the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, introduced by Petroc Trelawny.
Brett Dean Huntington 's Eulogy (first performance)
Brahms Cello Sonata No 1 in E minor, Op38
Leonidas Kavakos : BBC Philharmonic
In an all-Russian concert given last year at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester,
Leonidas Kavakos takes up his 1692
Stradivarius for a performance of one of the most challenging works in the repertoire. Presented by Paul Guinery. Leonidas Kavakos (violin), conductor Vassily Sinaisky
Shostakovich A Girl Alone (excerpts) Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D
Scriabin Symphony No 2 in C minor
Blue Peter's Simon Thomas and Matt Baker with their music series for younger listeners. Trinidad and New York feature in today's music.
The Court of Frederick the Great
Another chance to hear a programme first broadcast last year. Lucie Skeaping considers music at the Prussian court of the famous 18th-century monarch who was himself an enthusiastic flute player and composer. The programme includes music by Graun, Quantz, JC Bach and JS Bach and features a specially recorded session by Passacaglia: Annabel Knight (flute), Robin Bigwood (harpsichord) and Reiko Ichise (gamba).
Sean Rafferty introduces a selection of music and news from the arts world.
Laurie Anderson in New York Robert Sandall introduces a concert performance by Laurie Anderson, recorded at New York City's Town Hall last September, featuring pieces from her latest album Life on a String as well as earlier work, including 0 Superman.
Richard Coles marks the opening of the Women's Library in London's East End on the 75th anniversary of the original Library of the London Society for Women's Service. This was situated in a converted pub and grew to become the country's most important resource for research into women's history.
And the verdict on Gosford Park, Robert Altman's dissection of English society between the wars, which has echoes of both Jean Renoir's La Regle du Jeu and Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians.
The Orchestre Jazz Corondo from Port-au-
Prince in Haiti with Les DeuxJumeaux, music by Yann Tiersen , who wrote the soundtrack to the recent hit French film
Amelie, and royal tunes from 17th-century France courtesy ofJordiSavall. Presented by Verity Sharp.
With Jonathan Swain.
Tchaikovsky, arr N Hansen October (The Seasons) 12.10 Mendelssohn Piano Sextet in D, Op 110
12.35 Sibelius Piano Sonata, Op 12
1.00 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4 in FminorElgar Symphony No 1 in A flat
2.40 Bach Chaconne (Partita No 2 in D minor, BWV1004)
3.00 Revisewise 3.30 Maths Challenge
3.45 Maths Challenge 4.00 Drama Workshop 4.15 Dance Workshop
4.35 Music Workshop
4.55 Programme Preview