With Martin Handley.
6.20 Chausson Poeme, Op 25
Philippe Graffin (violin), Pascol Devoyon (piano), Chilingirian Quartet
6.40 Faure Suite: Pelleas et Melisande, Op 80 Suisse Romande Orchestra, conductor Ernest Ansermet
7.00 Bach Concerto in D minor, BWV596 (after Vivaldi's Concerto Grosso, RV565, L'EstroArmonico)
Peter Hurford (organ)
7.40 Dukas Overture: Polyeucte BBC Philharmonic, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
8.00 Ligeti Six Bagatelles Prague Wind Quintet
8.40 Strauss Don Juan
LSO, conductor Claudio Abbado
Stephanie Hughes introduces music from recent concerts around Europe, including two performances by the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. Plus arts news from the Sunday papers with Cathy Packe. Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 6 Gergely Boganyi (piano)
9.20 Haydn Symphony No 94 in G
(Surprise) Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Muti
9.45 Beethoven Trio in B flat for clarinet, cello and piano, Op 11
Berthold Bayer (clarinet), Yuri-Charlotte Bertelmann (cello), Keiko Suzuki (piano)
10.20 Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 in C minor, K491 Andreas Haefliger ,
North German Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alan Gilbert
11.20 Dvorak Symphony No 7 in D minor Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Franz Welser-Most
Producer Les Pratt
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Ivan Hewett reviews a new book, You Can't Steal a Gift- Gene Lees's encounters with four jazz figures who broke down racial barriers through their music; there is a report on new developments at Welsh National Opera; and composer
Steve Montague argues for more applause in the concert hall.
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London presented by Stephanie Hughes. Wihan Quartet
Mozart String Quartet in F, K168
Dvorak String Quartet in C, Op 61
Stephen Johnson concludes his series featuring BBC archive recordings of the Amadeus Quartet.
Schubert Quartettsatz in C minor, D 703 Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Op 34 With Clifford Curzon (piano)
The Amadeus Quartet are featured artists on the series of BBC Legends CDs available in record shops
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Today's programme features music by Richard Addinsell , Robert Farnon and Eric Coates , and ends with Wilfred Josephs 's Aelian Dances, in a recording by Robert Hanell and his orchestra.
Sibelius wrote his fourth symphony in 1911 after a serious illness. It surprised audiences with its new and unexpected musical language but is now recognised as one of his finest creations. Stephen Johnson explores this remarkable and deeply felt work with musical examples from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Peter Stark. See Tuesday 7.30pm
Kosovo and Albania. Julian Evans's route reaches two West Balkan countries that have witnessed violence and uncertainty over many years, partly reflected in the work of the novelists he talks to. He meets
Dritero Agolli, Fatos Kongoli and Ismail Kadare in Tirana, and Eqrem Basha in Pristina. What kind of writing has emerged from the dangerous isolation these countries have encountered?
By Stewart Parker , adapted for radio by Lesley Bruce. In 1974, at the height of the Ulster Worker's Council Strike, fourfriends are taking shelter in a house on the peace-line. Marian is haunted by the ghost of the former occupant of the house,
Lily Matthews. When the ghost and the four friends face up to demons from their past, a new dawn of hope rises for them and for the city. Pentecostis a timeless exploration of individuals seeking personal redemption, and a community's need to find hope. This play contains strong language.
Music performed by John Trotter. Jim Fitzpatrick and Jimmy Kitchen. Producer Stephen Wright
Paul Guinery is joined by choral conductor David Willcocks , who looks back over his long and distinguished career, starting as a boy treble at Westminster Abbey in the thirties and including his association with the Three Choirs Festival in the fifties and his celebrated recordings as organist and master of the Choir of King's College, Cambridge, and with the Bach Choir.
Handel Coronation Anthem: Zadok the Priest, HWV258 Choirof King's College, Cambridge, English Chamber Orchestra Tallis Te Lucis ante
Terminum Goss Psalm 23
Choir of King's College, Cambridge Vaughan Williams Hodie (excerpt)
Bach Choir , London Symphony Orchestra Howells Sanctus (Hymnus Paradisi)
Heather Harper (soprano), Robert Tear (tenor), Bach Choir , New Philharmonia Walton Belshazzar 's Feast (excerpt) Bach Choir , Philharmonia Orchestra Allegri Miserere
Faure Agnus Dei (Requiem)
Bach Stjohn 's Passion (excerpt)
Choir of King's College, Cambridge
Handel Let Their Celestial Concerts All
Unite Bach Choir
Recorded in the Usher Hall at the Edinburgh International Festival in 1999. Andras Schiff (piano)
Bach Partitas: No 3 in A minor, BWV827; No 5 in G, BWV829;
No 6 in E minor, BWV830
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of styles and influences.
With Susan Sharpe. Strauss Violin Sonata in E flat, Op 1812.40 Wagner Prelude and Liebestod (Tristan and Isolde)
1.00 Huygens Pathodia Profana
1.50 Dvorak Violin Concerto in A minor
2.25 Schubert Piano Sonata in A minor,
D8453.00 Reicha Symphony No 1 in E flat, Op 413.25 Elgar Sea Pictures 3.50 Liszt Piano Concerto No 2 in A 4.10 JB Forqueray La Morangis ou la Plissay4.20 Rudolf Matz Young Stringplayers 4.30 Lars-Erik Larsson Missa Brevis, Op 43
4.50 Georges Auric , arr P Lane Suite: Dead of Night 5.00 Larsson Pastoral Suite, Op 19 5.15 Hellendaal Cello
Sonata, Op 5 No 5 5.35 MacDowell Suite in A minor for large orchestra, Op 42