With Penny Gore.
Telemann Suite in G minor (La
Changeante) Collegium Musicum 90, director Simon Standage
6.25 Bridge Vignettes de Marseille KathrynStott (piano)
7.00 Komgold Overture: Schauspiel Linz Bruckner Orchestra, conductor Caspar Richter
7.30 Shostakovich Four Romances on poems by Pushkin Dimitri Kharitonov (bass), CBSO, conductor Mark Elder
8.00 Adams The Chairman Dances (Nixon in China) San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, conductor Edo de Waart
8.40 Liszt Malédiction Louis Lortie
(piano), Hague Residentie Orchestra, conductor George Pehlivanian
5: Donald Macleod and Elizabeth Norman McKay explore Schubert's musical models. Piano Sonata in E, D566 (Moderato) MartinoTirimo
Symphony No 6 in C, D589
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Nicholas Kraemer
Rondo in D, D608 Maria-Joao Pires and Huseyin Sermet (pianos)
With Jonathan Swain.
Listener Request: Telemann
Suite in E flat for flûte pastourelle, strings and basso continuo, TWV55: Es 2 Matthias Maute (recorder), Rebel, director Jorg-Michael Schwarz (violin)
10.22 Mozart Fantasia in D minor, K397 Robert Casadesus (piano)
10.28 Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Nathan Milstein , Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor Charles Munch
11.00 Grechaninov Litany of Supplication (Liturgia Domestica, Op 79)
Fyodor Chaliapin (bass), organist, Choir of the Russian Metropolitan Church, Paris, director Nicolas P Afonsky
11.05 Casadesus Concerto for three pianos and strings Robert, Gaby and Jean Casadesus (pianos), Colonne Concerts Orchestra, conductor Pierre Dervaux
Nicola Heywood Thomas presents the last of this week's programmes from music festivals around Wales. Including today Britten's The Poet's Echo sung by soprano Elizabeth Donovan with pianist Ingrid Surgenor , Nicholas Maw 's String Quartet No 3, played by the Delme
Quartet, and Stravinsky's Concerto in E flat (Dumbarton Oaks) performed by the Royal Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble.
A concert from St Andrews in the Square in Glasgow, presented by Sandy Burnett. Ricordo: Kati Debretzeni and Penelope Spencer (violins), Fiona Russell
(cornetto), Adam Woolf (trombone), Alison McGillivray (viola da gamba/violone), Robert Howarth (harpsichord)
Schmelzer Pastorella a due violini
Bertali Sonata a 3 perdue violini e trombone JJ Walther Sonata No 1 in D minor
Schmeizer Sonata a 3: La Carioletta
Biber Sonata in A
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Presented by Petroc Trelawny . Sibelius Symphony No 7
Conductor Joseph Swensen Walton Viola Concerto
Lawrence Power , conductor Nicholas Kok Mahler Des Knaben Wunderhorn
Randi Stene (mezzo), James Rutherford (baritone), conductor Joseph Swensen
John Coltrane Quartet. Julian Joseph explores the work of the saxophonist's classic quartet of the early 1960s, which included pianist McCoy Tyner and drummer Elvin Jones. Selections include Summertime (1960), Impressions, recorded live at New York's Village
Vanguard in 1961, Alabama (1963), and highlights from the epic suite, A Love Supreme (1964).
Sean Rafferty with music and arts news.
Paul Guinery presents a programme of 16th-century music forvocal ensemble from Manchester's Bridgewater Hall. The Tallis Scholars perform works by Palestrina and Allegri, and are joined by extra singers for a performance of Tallis's 40-part motet Spem in Alium and a newly commissioned work by Robin Walker , written forthe same vocal forces.
Palestrina Tu Es Petrus 7; Tribulationes Civitatum ; Dum Complerentur; Tu Es Petrus a 6 Allegri Miserere
8.20 Twenty Minutes
Robin Walker 's piece for 40-part choir is the first 40-part choral work written for over 400 years and is inspired by Tallis's Spem in Alium. During the interval, Robin Walker 's audio diary of the compositional process is revealed ...
8.40 Tallis Gaude Gloriosa
Walker / Hold Thee by the Hand, 0 Man (first performance) Tallis Spem in Alium
Paul Allen presents the arts and ideas programme, which includes another letter imagining the look and feel of one of music's great mythical places.
The usual mix of the unusual, including some of the best music from around the world, including hip-hop, reggae and R 'n' B.
The Zawinul Syndicate. Jez Nelson presents an eagerly awaited concert by Austrian jazz legend, the keyboardist and composer Joe Zawinul. Across a career spanning 50s Dinah Washington, 60s Cannonball Adderley, and electric Miles Davis in the 60s and 70s, Zawinul established himself both as a pianist and as an original and prolific composer, with standards such as Birdland, Mercy Mercy Mercy, and In a Silent Way. In the 70s and 80s Zawinul's stature was assured as a founding member (alongside Wayne Shorter ) of the seminal fusion group
Weather Report. The current Syndicate line-up features Cameroonian bassist
Etienne M'Bappe, percussionist Manolo Badrena, drummer Paco Sery and guitarist AmitChatterjee.
With John Shea.
12.05 Hendrik Andriessen Magna Res EstAmor
12.10 Ginastera Piano Sonata No 1, Op 22
12.30 Spohr String Sextet in C, Op 140
1.00 Mahler Symphony No 3
2.45 Brahms Piano Trio in C, Op 8 7
3.10 Bach Suite in D for solo cello, BWV1012
3.45 Kraus Symphony in C minor
4.10 attrib Rameau Concert No 3 in A
4.30 Rubinstein Melody in F, Op 3 No 1
4.40 Telemann Concerto a 5 4.50 Palestrina Stabat Mater
5.00 Spohr String Sextet in C, Op 140
5.25 Ginastera Piano Sonata No 1, Op 22
5.40 CFE Homeman Overture: Aladdin
5.50 Knut Nystedt 0 Crux