With Martin Handley.
CPE Bach Trio Sonata in B flat
7.00 Rameau Le BergerFidele
7.30 Grieg Symphonic Dances, Op 64
8.00 Telemann Concerto Polonaise in G
8.15 Mathias Rex Gloriae
8.40 Mozart Bassoon Concerto in B flat, K191
Stephanie Hughes presents the best of recent performances from around Europe, including songs from Helen Donath and Malin Hartelius , Ravel in Switzerland and Paris and Schubert in Esterhazy. This morning's guest at around
10.00 is Rector ofthe Royal College of Art Sir Christopher Frayling. Music includes: Muffat Harpsichord Concerto
Vienna Academy, director Martin Haselbock (harpsichord)
9.10 Stravinsky Suite: The Soldier's Tale JorgWidman (clarinet), Muriel Cantoreggi (violin), Silke Avenhaus (piano)
9.30 Tchaikovsky Ballet: The Nutcracker (excerpts) Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, St Petersburg, conductor Valeri Gergiev
10.40 Mozart Piano Concerto No 17 in G, K453 Anima Eterna Orchestra, director Jos van Immerseel (piano)
11.40 Ravel La Valse Radio France PO, conductor Myung-Whun Chung
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Joshua Rifkin continues his journey around the towns and cities where Bach lived and worked with a tour around
Leipzig. Here, in a home compared to a beehive, Bach brought upten children, taught 50 students, and still found time to compose his greatest church music.
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall. Presented by Fiona Talkington. Vermeer Quartet
Mozart String Quartet in D minor, K421 Debussy String Quartet in G minor
Vlado Perlemuter. Piers Lane concludes his survey of s made by Vlado Perlemuterwith afocus on the late, great pianist's broadcasts of French music, including pieces by two composers that Perlemuter knew personally - Gabriel Faure and Maurice Ravel.
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Brian Kay 's selection begins and ends in Cornwall today with Hubert Bath 's Cornish Rhapsodyand Malcolm Arnold's Cornish Dances. There's also a trip to Scotland courtesy of Ronald Binge , and Semprini and his orchestra play Emile Waldteufel 's famous Skaters Waltz.
Stephen Johnson uncovers the secrets of Vaughan Williams's Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis. Specially recorded musical examples are played by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Philip Ellis. See Thursday 2pm
Brain, mind, consciousness: there have been huge advances in cognitive science overthe last decades. Jonathan Bate is one of a small but growing number of arts scholars who are beginning to wonder about the application of cognitive science to our understanding ofthe creative process. He discovers that while brain scientists have much to teach literary critics, literature has a thing or two to share with them. With Susan Greenfield , Antonio Damasio , SemirZeki, Kay Redfield Jamison and David Lodge. Producer Beatrice Rubens
The Tragedy of Coriolanus
By William Shakespeare. When Rome's greatest hero, the warrior Coriolanus, divides the people and the patricians through his arrogance, he is driven into exile. In this powerful new production, Samuel West as Coriolanus,
Adrian Dunbar as Aufidius and Susannah York as Voluminia unveil the passions of the poetry.
Music composed by Orlando Gough and performed by Jeremy Avis and Orlando Gough
Adapted and directed by Ned Chaillet
Caius Marcius later Coriolanus:
First senator (Rome):
First citizen (Rome):
First senator (Corioles):
First servant (Corioles):
Composer Judith Binghamjoins Paul
Guineryto introduce a sequence of her choral music specially recorded earlier this year to mark her 50th birthday.
Richard Pearce (organ), BBC Singers, conductor James Morgan
Bingham Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis; The Darkness Is No Darkness
SS Wesley Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace
Bingham Ave Verum; Missa Brews; The Clouded Heavens; Beneath These Alien Stars: The Past Is a Strange Land; Water Lilies (A Garland for Linda)
Soundings. Gregory Whitehead presents a final excursion into the world of contemporary acoustic creativity, with contributions from the UK, Australia and the United States. Producer Simon Elmes
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present highlights from the recent Fertiliser festival of new Norwegian music in London, with performances from improvising quartet Spunk, guitarist Eivind Aarset and the jazz/dub fusion of Wibutee.
With Jonathan Swain.
Delibes Ballet Suite: Sylvia
12.20 Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 1
12.35 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 5 in D, BWV1050 1.00 Mozart Requiem in D minor, K626 1.45 Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet: Ballet Suite No 2 2.15
Debussy 12 Etudes 3.00 Schein Diletti Pastorali (excerpts) 3.40 Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture: Romeo and Juliet
4.00 Johann Kuhnau Suonata Sesta:
Jacob's Death and Burial 4.15 Tartini, arr Kreisler Variations on a theme of Corelli
4.25 Mielczewski Psalmkonzert : Deus in Nomine Tuo 4.30 Bach Chromatic
Fantasia and Fugue in D minor, BWV903
4.40 Scheidt Symphoniae for two violins and continuo 4.50 William H Harris
Flourish for an Occasion 5.00 Jan Baptist Verrijt 0 Mediatrix Domina, Op 5 No 1; In Te Domina Speravi, Op 5 No 2 (Flammae
Divinae) 5.05 Telemann Flute Concerto in D
5.20 Palestrina Motet: Alma Redemptoris Mater 5.20 Bizet Toreador's Song;
Habanera; (Carmen) (arr for trumpet and orchestra) 5.35 Dora Pejacevic Life of Flowers, Op 19