With Martin Handley.
Szamotul Seven Polish Hymns
6.35 Spohr Clarinet Concerto No I in C minor, Op 26
7.00 Khachaturian Piano Sonatina (1959)
7.45 Beethoven Overture: Egmont
8.00 Torke December
8.45 Tchaikovsky Marche Slave, Op 31
Stephanie Hughes presents the best of recent performances from around
Europe. Her guest this morning is the novelist and broadcaster Isabel Wolff.
Schumann Overture: Genoveva
Berlin RSO, conductor Marek Janowski
9.30 Czemy Grande Sérénade
Concertante Stephane Lemelin (piano), Andre Moisan (clarinet), Gerald Onciul (horn), Thomas Wiebe (cello)
10.30 Debussy La Mer
Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Myung-Whun Chung
11.15 Schumann Violin Concerto in D
Thomas Zehetmair , Berlin RSO, conductor Marek Janowski
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In the first of three programmes examining the history of Bach works on record,
Jonathan Swain considers the wide range of performance styles that have been applied to the 48 Preludes and Fugues by Wanda Landowska , Ton Koopman ,
Sviatoslav Richter , Angela Hewitt , Glenn Gould , Gustav Leonhardt and others.
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall.
Gerald Finley (bass), Julius Drake (piano) Vaughan Williams Songs of Travel (excerpts)
Duparc L 'Invitation au Voyage; Le Manoir de Rosemonde; Extase; Le Galop Barber Mélodies Passageres Emanuel The Desert
Tumage The Singing Cat (Three Songs) Coward Why Do the Wrong People? (Sail Away)
The Melos Quartet of Stuttgart. Founded in 1965 the Melos Quartet of Stuttgart quickly established a reputation as a quartet with profound insights into the string quartet repertoire. In the first of two programmes Stephen Johnson explores their performances in s, including Mozart's String Quartet in E flat, K428, and Brahms's String Quartet in C minor, Op 51 No 1.
(Rptd from yesterday 12 noon)
4.00 Brian Kay's Light Programme
Today's programme features a trip round London Fields courtesy of Phyllis Tate, a Venetian Carnival by Ronald Binge and a ride on Gerhard Winkler's Scandinavian
Express. Plus music by Robert Farnon and Ray Martin, and a Iight overture by Wagner.
Presenter (Brian Kay's Light Programme):
Stephen Johnson talks to James MacMillan about his piano concerto, The Berserking. Specially recorded musical illustrations are performed by pianist Martin Roscoe with the BBC Philharmonic conducted by RumonGamba. See Friday 7.30pm
Four personal journeys. 4: By the Lake
John McGahern , author of ThatTheyMay Face the Rising Sun, was born in County Leitrim in Ireland and does not plan to leave there now. He takes a walk around the lake where his home is and considers what has changed there and what has stayed the same. With the actor, Stephen Rea. Producer Frances Byrnes
A performance recorded in Cheltenham's Town Hall as part of last year's festival. Boris Berezovsky (piano) Ravel Sonatine
Uszt Twelve Transcendental Studies
World Symposium of Choral Music Paul Guinery 's final selection of performances from the 6th World Symposium held last August in Minneapolis, USA.
Tallis Spem in Alium
Mahler Die Zwei Blauen Augen ; Ich Bin der WeltAbhanden Gekommen
Knut Nystedt Miserere Op 14
Arvo Part.... which was the son of.... World Youth Choir, conductor Tonu Kaljuste Komitas Blessed Is the Lord Halajian Quis Est Homo Sarkisian Hail Gladdening Light
Stamburtiyan Three Small Songs Karapetian A Leaf Said to a Leaf Little Singers of Armenia, conductor Tigran Hekekian Sidelnikov Cordial Talks
Veljo Tormis Ingerian Evenings
World Youth Choir, conductor Tonu Kaijuste
Crime and Punishment In Dalston
By David Farr. A radical reworking, set in modern north-east London, of Dostoyevsky's classic novel of alienated youth. Ayoung black man bludgeons his
Turkish landlord to death to free himself of what he describes as "the white man's bailiff". But as soon as he commits the crime, he knows that what he has done will haunt him until he confesses his sins to the very authorities he so despises.
This production was first produced at the Arcola Theatre in Dalston earlierthis year.
Director David Farr
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Tramontana. The Tramontana wind can drive you out of your mind as it swirls around the Catalan landscape. It has gusted through the lives and imaginations of everyone who has lived in its path, from poets to the artist Salvador Dali.
Neil McCarthy sets out from Dali's hometown of Cadaques to tease out tales of this legendary force as it gusts around him. Producers Mark Burman and Neil McCarthy
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
With Jonathan Swain. Nicolas Gombert
Musae Jovis; Media Vita in Morte Sumus
12.20 Haydn Cantata: Arianna a Naxos, HXXVIb2 12.40 Szymanowski String Quartet No 2 1.00 Schutz Historia der AuferstehungJesu Christi, SWV50
1.45 Brahms Variations and Fugue on a theme by Handel, Op 24 2.15 Mozart Divertimento in Eflat, K563 2.55 Anon
CorMio Volonturioso 3.05 Shostakovich Symphony No 8 4.05 Tchaikovsky Dumka, Op 59 4.15 Rodolphe de Fenis
Neuchatel Gewan Ich ze Minnen ie Guoten Wan 4.35 Glinka Capriccio Brillante (Spanish Overture No 1)
4.45 Eugene Goossens Fantasy for nine wind instruments, Op 36 5.00 Berlioz Overture: Beatrice et Benedict 5.05
Schubert Impromptu No 4 in A flat, D899
5.15 Bach Motet: Singet Dem Herrn ein Neues Lied, BWV225 5.35 Camiolus
Motet: Haec Est Dies Quam Fecit Dominus; EcceQuomodoMoriturlustus (Opus Musicum) 5.45 Francaix Le Gai Paris