With Sandy Burnett.
Biber Litaniae de Sancto Josepho
6.15 Mozart Piano Trio in B flat, K502
7.05 Stravinsky Fireworks, Op 4
7.20 Debussy Estampes
8.05 Berlioz Overture: Benvenuto Cellini
8.40 Respighi Pines of Rome
Stephanie Hughes presents excerpts from the best recent concerts around Europe, featuring piano pieces by Debussy and Rachmaninov played at the Philharmonie in Berlin by Steven Osborne. Plus a review of the arts news from the Sunday papers by Cathy Packe. Other music includes: Auber Overture: Le Cheval de Bronze
French National Orchestra. conductor Asher Fisch
09.15 Bach Cantata No 211: Schweigt Stille, Plaudert Nicht (Coffee Cantata)
Sine Bundgaard (soprano),
Michael Lindberg (bass), Concerto Copenhagen, director Lars Ulrik Mortensen (harpsichord)
09.50 Hoist Rig Veda, Set 3 (excerpts) BBC Singers (women's voices), Sioned Williams (harp), conductor Dominic Wheeler
10.35 Haydn Piano Trio in E minor, HXV12 Joseph Kalichstein (piano), Jaime Laredo (violin), Sharon Robinson (cello)
11.30 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 1 inF, BWV1046 Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Peter Schreier
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Ivan Hewett is joined by conductor and composer Andre Previn. Catherine Guilyardi looks at the cultural policies of Jean-Marie Le Pen in the run-up to the French parliamentary election and Roger Nichols reviews a new book about Paul Sacher.
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London. Presented by Stephanie Hughes. Mark Padmore (tenor), Roger Vignoles (piano) Tippett Boyhood's End
Schubert Ganymed; Die Getter
Griechenlands; Atys; DerJungling und der Tod; Am Grabe Anselmos; DerJungling am
Wolf Aus dem Schenkenbuch des
Westostlichen Divans: Ob der Koran von
EwigkeitSei; Trunken Mussen Wir Alle Sein; So Lang Man Nuchtern 1st; Sie
Haben Wegen der Trunkenheit; Was in der Schenke Waren Heute
Lazar Berman. Piers Lane explores BBC archive recordings made by Russian pianist Lazar Berman. Including the Liszt Piano Sonata in B minor recorded in 1980.
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Brian Kay presents a suitably equine selection of light classics in celebration of yesterday's Derby. Featuring music by Robert Farnon , Haydn Wood , Jack Strachey and a group called Instant Sunshine.
Sarah Walker explores Edward Elgar 's deep love of nature, religious devotion and nationalism as viewed through his ever popular Sea Pictures, Op 37. With specially recorded musical examples by mezzo Joanne Thomas with the BBC NOW conducted by Peter Stark , see wed 7.30pm
John Tusa talks to playwright Tom Stoppard about his work as he prepares for his ambitious trilogy of plays, "The Coast of Utopia", at the Royal National Theatre.
By Julia Darling and Sean O'Brien. A story set in the North East during the bitter industrial disputes ofthe 1960s and 1970s. Jack Hennessey , working-class hero, union leader and Christian visionary, has led the union through thick and thin, but when the great strike starts to crumble he faces a moral dilemma.
Music composed by Tim Dalling Director Jim Poyser
Young Madeleine Hennessey:
Child Madeleine Hennessey:
Paul Guinery introduces performances from last month's Lufthansa Festival of Early Music. The Sirin Choir from Moscow specialises in the singing of sacred music from the Orthodox tradition, including motets, psalm settings and chants from the 16th to the 18th centuries. During the same period a vast amount of music was composed forthe Roman Catholic Liturgy in Central and South America. The Mass in honour of St Ignatius Loyola by Domenico Zipoli was one ofthe most popular mass settings in Paraguay of the 1700s. It is performed with motets and chants from earlier centuries by Ex Cathedra, directed by Jeffrey Skidmore.
Hugh Wood wrote both these works to commissions forthe BBC Proms. He made his name with Scenes from Comus, and followed this with his Mahlerian symphony, completed in 1982. Geraldine McGreevy (soprano). Daniel Norman (tenor),
BBC Symphony Orchestra. conductor Andrew Davis
Hugh Wood Symphony , Op 21; Scenes from Comus, Op 6
The first of two programmes exploring the frontiers of sound, music and radio. Gregory Whitehead - founder of the Laboratory for Innovation and Acoustic
Research (LIAR) - presents some recent work from New Zealand and Australia.
Producer Simon Elmes
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present eclectic sounds from the cutting edge and preview David Bowie 's Meltdown Festival.
With Jill Anderson.
Schubert, arr R Gothoni Der Muller und der Bach (Die Schone Mullerin, D795)
12.10 Joonas Kokkonen Lintujen Tuonela
12.25 Franck, arr Rampal Flute Sonata
12.50 Lassus Motet: In Religione Homo Vivit 1.00 Schubert Symphony No 8 in B minor (Unfinished) Janacek Glagolitic Mass 2.10 Leo Weiner Serenade in Fminor, Op 3 2.35 Schumann Liederkreis , Op 393.00 Clara Schumann Variations on a theme of Robert Schumann in F sharp minor, Op 203.10 Mozart String Quartet in G, K3873.40 Boccherini Piano
Concerto in E flat 4.05 Berlioz Overture:
King Lear4.20 Rachmaninov Prelude in F sharp minor, Op 23 No 14.35 CPE Bach Sinfonia in D for two violins and continuo
4.50 Grieg Wedding Day at Troldhaugen (Lyric Pieces, Op 65) 5.00 Schubert Ave Maria 5.15 Johan Rosenmuller Sinfonia
Quinta 5.25 Antoine Forqueray , arr Jean-Baptiste Forqueray Jupiter
5.35 Dohnanyl Ruralia Hungarica , Op 32b