An Artist's Quadrille, Op 71
5.15 Reicha Trio for horns, Op 82
5.30 Brahms Von Ewiger Liebe; Die
Mainacht (Lieder, Op 43) 5.45 Leo Smit Concertino for cello and orchestra
With Penny Gore.
Delius Overthe Hills and Far Away RPO, conductor Thomas Beecham
6.15 JC Bach Keyboard Sonata in E flat, Op 17 No 3 Virginia Black (harpsichord)
7.00 Stadler Trio in F
7.30 Rachmaninov Preludes, Op 23 John Lill (piano)
8.00 Schubert Overture: Die Fierabras,
D796 Vienna PO, conductor Istvan Kertesz
8.45 Mozart Violin Sonata in E flat, K302 Arthur Grumiaux , Walter Klien (piano)
At the end of the 1950s Goldschmidt's hopes of being recognised as a composer had dwindled, his music generally regarded as old-fashioned.
Donald Macleod introduces the Clarinet Quartet with which Goldschmidt broke his silence of almost 25 years, and the orchestral work which, thanks to Simon Rattle , regained the composer's status in Berlin. Clarinet Quartet Ib Hausmann (clarinet), Members of the Mandelring Quartet Ciaccona Sinfonica
CBSO, conductor Simon Rattle
String Quartet No 4 Mandelring Quartet Les Petits Adieux
Francoix le Roux (baritone), Montreal SO, conductor Charles Dutoit
With Jonathan Swain.
Scarlatti Keyboard Sonatas: in G, Kkl25; in D minor, Kk9; in C, Kkl59 Dubravka Tomsic (piano)
10.10 Pedro de Cristo Magnificat a 8 Westminster Cathedral Choir, director James O'Donnell
10.15 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique)
Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Yevgeni Mravinsky
11.00 Libby Larsen Sonnets from the Portuguese Arleen Auger (soprano),
St Paul Chamber Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, conductor Joel Revzen
Artist in Focus: Julian Bream
In the final programme, Humphrey Burton talks to Julian Bream about some of his best-known transcriptions, with live recordings from the BBC archive. Granados Valses Poeticos
Julian Bream (guitar)
Luiz de Milan Durandarte (El Maestro) Alonso Mudarra : Recuerde el
Alma Dormida ; Isabel
Richard Rodney Bennett Guitar Sonata Marina de Gabarrin (mezzo), Julian Bream (guitar)
Bach Chaconne (Violin Partita in D minor, BWV1004)Julian Bream (guitar)
Schubert Duo in A minor (arrfrom String Quartet in G minor, Dl 73)
Julian Bream and John Williams (guitars)
From St Andrews in the Square in Glasgow, Sandy Burnett presents a solo recital given by the recent winnerof the Leeds Conductors' Competition, the cellist Paul Watkins.
Bach Suite No 1 in G, BWV1007
George Crumb Sonata for cello solo Britten Suite No 1, Op 72
Ulster Orchestra: the Sopranos
Brigitte Balleys (soprano), Lesley Hatfield (violin), conductor Thierry Fischer Presented by Louise Fryer. Honegger Pastorale d 'Ete
Berlioz Les Nuits d'Ete, Op 7 Milhaud Suite Française
Berlioz Reverie et Caprice (Op 8)
Honegger Symphony No 3 (Liturgique)
A selection of music for younger listeners.
John Kirby. Julian Joseph and Geoffrey Smith examine the recorded legacy of this American bass player who led "the biggest little band in the land", one of the few small groups of the swing era to enjoy a nationwide profile through regular radio broadcasts. Kirby's sextet included drummerO'Neill Spencer and pianist Billy Kyle , who were both to become major influences on the bebop generation. Selections include Rehearsin'fora
Nervous Breakdown, Anitra's Dance and the original version of Undecided, written by the group's trumpeter Charlie Shavers.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and news from the arts world.
Momentum - the Music of Mark-Anthony Turnage
Live from the Barbican in London. The BBC Symphony Orchestra's annual January Composer Weekend turns its focus on Mark-Anthony Turnage. Blood on the Floor is about drug addiction and was inspired by the death of Turnage's brother. It's a powerful meeting point between the worlds of contemporary classical music and modern jazz. Presented by JohnTusa. Martin Robertson (saxophone),
Bruce Nockles and Jonathan Holland (trumpets), John Parricelli (guitar), Peter Erskine (drums), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Martyn Brabbins Tumage Blood on the Floor
Paul Allen talks to Colum McCann about
Dancer, his new novel based on the life of Rudolf Nureyev.
Andy travels to Timbuktu to take part in one of the world's oldest music festivals. The festival itself is held at a nearby oasis in the southern Sahara Desert and is the traditional gathering of the Tuareg people, who sing powerfully hypnotic songs about the pain and pleasures of desert life. In the last few years the festival has grown beyond Timbuktu, and Andy will be sharing a mint tea with Malian singer Ali Farka Toure, whose "desert blues" style has made him an international star.
Buster Williams Trio
Jez Nelson presents a concert from the BusterWilliams Trio. Williams, one of the most in-demand post-bop bassists on the scene, is joined byGeri Allen on piano and drummer Lenny White. Plus a review of the best new CD releases.
With John Shea.
A concert of operatic excerpts by Donizetti (II Duca d'Alba, L'Elisird'Amore and Lucia di Lammermoor ), Gounod (Roméo et
Juliette), Massenet ( Werther) and Verdi (Luisa Miller and Un Ballo in Maschera), performed byHenriette Bonde-Hanson
(soprano). Ramon Vargas (tenor) and the Danish National Radio Symphony
Orchestra, conducted by Marcello Viotti.
2.20 Brahms Piano Concerto No 2 in B flat
3.10 Enescu Octet in C, Op 7
3.50 JM Kraus Sinfonie in D
4.15 Kabalevsky Violin Concerto in C, 0p48
4.30 JM Bach LiebsterJesu Hor Mein Flehen 4.50 Chopin Prelude in C sharp minor, Op 45 5.00 Verdi Ritorna Vincitor (Aida) 5.10 CPE Bach Flute Sonata in A minor, Wql325.20 Jeno Hubay Preghira 5.30 David Wikander Spring Night
5.45 Rossini Overture: William Tell