Martin Handley. Vivaldi Concerto in A for violin, three echo violins and strings, RV552 Academy of Ancient Music, director Andrew Manze
6.35 Bach Oboe Concerto in Ffreconstr from BWV1053) Paul Goodwin , the King's Consort, conductor Robert King
7.00 Ravel Ouverture de Féerie:
Sheherazade Paris Orchestra, conductor Jean Martinon
7.15 Beethoven Horn Sonata in F, Op 17 Hermann Baumann ,
Leonard Hokanson (piano)
8.00 Haydn Sinfonia in D (Acide e Galatea) Vienna Haydn Sinfonietta, conductor Manfred Huss
8.30 Britten Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op 31 Peter Pears (tenor), Barry Tuckwell (horn), London Symphony
Orchestra conducted by the Composer
Stephanie Hughes presents selections from recent concerts from around Europe, and the winningwork in the BBC Proms/The Guardian Young Composers' Competition, Melissa Lee Daly 's MOOT, performed by Krysia Osostowicz and Frances Angell. Today's guest is writer and broadcaster David Benedict. Music includes:
Haydn String Trio in G, HXV25 (3rd mvt) (Gypsy Rondo) Wanderer Trio
9.20 Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A, K622 Kalman Berkes ,
Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra
10.10 Schubert Piano Sonata in C, D958 Alfred Brendel
11.20 Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Lyudmila Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Hugh Wolff
11.45 Mozart Piano Concerto No 23 in A, K488 Martin Kasik , Berlin Deutsches
Symphony Orchestra, conductor llan Volkov
12.20 Schumann Overture: Manfred
Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Lu Jia
12.40 Ravel Sheherazade Lynn Dawson (soprano), Swiss Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Susanna Malkki
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Another chance to hear last Monday's concert at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Presented by Christopher Cook. Emily Beynon (flute), Gregor Horsch (cello), Andrew West (piano)
Durufle Prelude, Recitative and Variations, Op 3
Villa-Lobos Assobio a Jato
Weber Trio in G minor, Op 63
Edinburgh Festival 1: A Joyous Hullabaloo Stephen Johnson presents the first of three programmes exploring s made at the Edinburgh Festival. Today, the early years of the Festival from its inauguration in 1947 to 1956, including a stunning 1955 performance of Brahms's Double Concerto for violin and cello.
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Today's selection includes music by Percy Retcher , Zez Confrey and Leroy Anderson. The Royal Ballet Sinfonia play Grace
Williams's Fantasia on Welsh Nursery
Tunes and we also hearfrom Ray Martin 's Whistling Sergeant Major.
Stephen Johnson looks beyond Hindemith's dour reputation and unearths a vein of humour in his
Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes of Carl Maria von Weber. With musical examples specially recorded by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ronald Corp . See Tuesday 7.30pm
Bernardo Bertolucci's movie career grew out of his associations with Godard and Pasolini, but, while he has acknowledged that debt, he has always sought his own way. In conversation with John Tusa, he talks about the constant quest for change in his work, which has embraced the intimacy of "Last Tango in Paris" and "Besieged" and the broader brushstrokes of "The Last Emperor" and "1900".
Clarinet Quintet David Campbell , Sorrel
Quartet See Composer of the Week, Mon-Fri 9am
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. One of the Proms' season's themes this year is Old Testament heroes, and tonight Alastair Miles is the prophet Elijah, standing firm against the godless in Mendelssohn's great oratorio. Presented by Brian Kay.
Janice Watson and Rebecca Nash
(sopranos), Karen Cargill and Rachael Lloyd (mezzos), Kim Begley and Thomas Walker (tenors), Daniel Jordan (bass-baritone), Darren Jeffery and Alastair Miles (basses), Trinity Boys' Choir,
London Philharmonic Choir, Philharmonia Chorus, London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Kurt Masur Mendelssohn Elijah Parti
8.05 Twenty Minutes: Sounds Divine Musical commentator Nicholas Spice, composer John Tavener and Archbishop of Canterbury Elect Rowan Williams, consider the approaches taken when composers attempt to portray God in music.
8.25 Part 2
The Conquest of the South Pole
By Manfred Karge , adapted by Anthony Vivis who translated it with Tinch Minter.
Four of society's rejects seek to escape the depressing emptiness of their lives by acting out Roald Amundsen 's expedition to the South Pole.
Original music by Simon Fraser DirectorToby Swift
Another chance to hear Robert Sandall and Mark Russell 's conversation with ex-
Talking Head David Byrne , discussing his 2001 album Look into the Eyeball.
With Susan Sharpe. Elgar, arr Lemare Pomp and Circumstance March in D, Op 39 No 1
12.15 Grieg Holberg Suite , Op 4012.35 Bach Partita No 6 in E minor, BWV830
1.00 Stanford Magnificat in B flat, Op 164 Howells Salve Regina Hoist Nunc Dimittis; Of One That Is So Fair and Bright Bax Motet: This WorldesJoie Vaughan Williams Mass in G minor 2.00 Beethoven String Trio in C minor, Op 9 No 3 2.30 Mozart Sinfonia Concertante in E tlat, K364 3.00 Stravinsky Suite: Pulcinella 3.25 Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World)
4.20 Buxtehude Prelude and Fugue in G minor4.30 Johann Eckhard Piano
Sonata in F, Op 2 No 1 4.45 Busoni Rondo Arlecchinesco for tenor and orchestra,
Op 46 5.00 Clerambault Cantata: Pirame et Tisbe 5.20 Constantijn Huygens
Iniquitatem Meam Ego Cognovi; Domine Spes Mea ; In Quo Corriget (Pathodia Sacra) 5.30 Sandor Veress Four
Translyvanian Dances 5.45 Uuno Kiami Suomenliina Festival Overture