With Tommy Pearson.
Beethoven Piano Sonata in G, Op 49 No2 Louis Lortie
6.15 Roussel Symphony No 4
Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Marek Janowski
7.00 Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 33 No 6 Coull Quartet
7.30 Debussy En Blanc et Noir
Martha Argerich and Stephen Kovacevic (pianos)
8.00 Peter Maxwell Davies Ojai Festival Overture BBC Philharmonic conducted by the Composer
8.45 Copland Old American Songs, Setl Sherrill Milnes (baritone), Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, conductor Erich Kunzel
3: Mozart in Mannheim and Paris
(1777-78). In 1777 Mozart set off for
Mannheim with his motherfor company. He was keen to secure a post in Mannheim with its famous orchestra but was soon distracted by a beautiful soprano called Aloysia Weber. After much persuasion Leopold Mozart convinced his son that Paris was a better option. But things did not go well there either- Mozart hated the French and their music, and then his mother's illness and subsequent death tested all his reserves.
Piano Sonata in C, K309 (Andante) Maria JoaoPires
Flute Quartet in G, K285a Andreas Blau , members of the Amadeus Quartet Non So S'onde Viene, K294a Krisztina Laki (soprano), Vienna Chamber Orchestra, conductor Gyorgy Fischer
Piano Sonata in A minor, K310 (lstmvt) Sviatoslav Richter
Symphony No 31 in D, K29 7 (Paris)
English Concert, conductor Trevor Pinnock
With Jonathan Swain.
Baltzar Pavan Locke Consort
10.06 Sibelius Symphony No 5
Berlin PO, conductor Herbert von Karajan
10.38 Schumann Belsatzar , Op 5 7 Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Christoph Eschenbach (piano)
10.44 Sibelius Incidental music:
Belshazzar's Feast, Op 51 (excerpts) LSO. conductor Robert Kajanus
10.54 Uszt Piano Sonata in B minor
Artist in Focus: Simon Rattle
With Humphrey Burton. 3: Towards the Opera
Simon Rattle talks about his approach to conducting opera and about the operatic institutions with which he has been associated, notably Glyndebourne, where he presented a sensational production of Gershwin's Porgyand Bess and created a stir by insisting on performing Mozart with a period instrument orchestra.
Gershwin Porgy and Bess (excerpt)
Soloists, Glyndebourne Chorus, LPO, conductor Simon Rattle
Mozart Cosi Fan Tutte (excerpt) Soloists, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor Simon Rattle
Janacek The Cunning Little Vixen (excerpt) Soloists, Orchestra of the Royal Opera
House, Covent Garden, conductor Simon Rattle
Another chance to hear a recital given at the Belfast Waterfront Hall last year. Introduced by Sean Rafferty. Fibonacci Sequence
Glinka Trio Pathétique in D minor Thea Musgrave Impromptu No 1 Glazunov Reverie in D flat, Op 24 Barber Summer Music, Op 31 Francalx L 'Heure du Berger
Another chance to hear Friday's concert. Presented by Paul Guinery. BBC Singers, BBC Philharmonic, conductor Gianandrea Noseda
Granados Goyescas (sung in Spanish)
Ravel L 'Heure Espagnole (sung in French)
Don Inigo Gomez:
Live from Durham School Chapel with the Royal School of Church Music Millennium Youth Choir. Introit: Holy Is the True Light (Shephard); Hail, Gladdening Light
(Spedding). Psalm: 119, wl-32 (Carter, Spedding). Office Hymn: Be Thou My Vision (Slane). First Reading: 1 Kings 3, wl-15. Canticles: Southwell Service (Carter).
Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 1, wl7-31. Anthem: All Wisdom Cometh from the Lord (Moore). Final Hymn: Eternal God (John Rutter ). Organ Voluntary: Diversion (Jackson). Director of music
Gordon Stewart. Organist Timothy Byram-Wigfield .
Sean Rafferty with music and arts news.
From the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Walton's viola concerto- premiered at the Proms in 1929 - is framed by Strauss'stone poem and Shostakovich's powerful fifth symphony, subtitled A
Soviet Artist's Practical Creative Reply to Just Criticism. Presented by John Shea. Lars Anders Tomter (viola), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ion Marin Strauss Don Juan
Walton Viola Concerto (revised version)
8.20 Twenty Minutes: A Historian In Russia Catherine Merridale, author of Night of Stone, talks about working as a historian in Russia.
8.40 Shostakovich Symphony No 5 Repeated Monday 2pm
Writer and broadcaster Misha Glenny looks for traces of his family in Davos, Switzerland, now a ski resort but once the haunt of thousands of young people who went there to escape tuberculosis. With readings from Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain by Chris Bianchi.
Robert Sandall samples a new collection of the traditional music of the Calabrian
Mafia, meditates with the Gyuto Monks Tantric Choir from Tibet and slips into the trance music of the Tihami people of Yemen.
With Jill Anderson. Mozart StringQuartet in B flat, K458 (Hunt) 12.30 Rossini String Sonata No 612.50 Verdi Ella , Giammai M'amo (Don Carlo ) 1.00
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 in C minorl.35 Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in Fminor2.U0 veljo Tormis Autumn
Landscapes 2.20 Messiaen Messe de la Pentecote 2.45 Busoni Suite No 2, Op 34a
3.15 Bartok Violin Concerto No 23.55
Christoff Weyse Piano Sonata No 1 in E
4.10Constantin Dedekind DerHerrlstMein
Hirte 4.25 Mozart Divertimento in B flat, K186 4.40 Juoxas Naujalis Motet: In
Monte Oliveti 4.45 Debussy Violin Sonata in G minor 5.00 Chopin Ballade No 3 in A flat, Op 4 5.10 Messiaen 0 Sacrum Convivium
5.20 Bach Keyboard Sonata in D minor,
BWV964 5.45 Uszt Concert Paraphrase on God Save the Queen 5.55 J Strauss (son) Polka: Thunder and Lightning, Op 234