Fruhlingsgewalt 5.05 William Croft Organ Voluntary No 12 in D 5.15 Stradella
Sinfonia in D minor 5.25 Handel Recorder Sonata in D minor, HWV379 (Fitzwilliam No 3) 5.40 Franck Le Chasseur Maudit
With Penny Gore.
Verdi Le Ballet de la Reine (Don Carlos ) Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, conductor James Levine
6.35 Debussy Piano Trio
Julie Rosenfeld (violin), Gary Hoffman (cello), Andre Previn (piano)
7.00 Faure Berceuse in D, Op 16 Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin),
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor James Levine
7.30 Telemann Flute Concerto in G
Emmanuel Pahud ,
Berlin Baroque Soloists, conductor Rainer Kussmaul
8.00 Mendelssohn Rondo Capriccioso , Op 14 Mikhail Pletnev (piano)
8.30 J Strauss (son) Waltz: Accelerationen, Op 234
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Carlos Kleiber
of the Week: Lutoslawski
4: Stylistic maturity: 1970-79
From the political unrest of the late 1960s to Solidarnosc in 1980, Lutoslawski's career continued to develop outside Poland with engagements all over the world conducting and recording his works. Donald Macleod looks at the composer's works of this period, in which he continued to refine his musical language, often finding inspiration in the playing of particular performers - the cellist
Mstislav Rostropovich and the baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau among them.
Sacher-Variationen Thomas Demenga (cello) Les Espaces du Sommeil
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone),
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by the Composer
Mi-Parti Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra conducted by the Composer Double Concerto
David Cowley (oboe), Catrin Rnch (harp), BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Tadaaki Otaka See BBC Orchestras at 2pm
With Rob Cowan.
Rodolfo Halffter Two Sonatas
UNAM SymphonyOrchestra, conductor Eduardo Mata
10.07 Brahms Symphony No 4 in E minor Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Witold Rowicki
10.50 Listener Request: Wagner Prize Song (Die Meistersinger von
Niirnberg, Act 3) Lauritz Melchior (tenor), London Symphony Orchestra, conductor John Barbirolli
10.55Shostakovich Piano Quintet, 0p57 Dmitri Shostakovich (piano), Beethoven Quartet
York Early Music Festival 2002
Lucie Skeaping introduces 13th- and 14th-century Spanish music, including some of the Cantigas de Santa Maria, performed by the Dufay Collective and music from the turn of the 17th century by Mateo Romero , Juan Bias de Castro and Gabriel Diaz
Besson played by La Colombina Ensemble .
In the first of six recordings from the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, BBC New Generation Artist Alice Coote is joined by the young Russian viola player
Maxim Rysanov. Introduced by Petroc Trelawny . Alice Coote (mezzo), Maxim Rysanov (viola), Andrew West (piano)
Bridge Allegro Appassionato Mahler Ruckert Lieder
Britten Lachrymae (Reflections on a song of John Dowland ), Op 48
Brahms Two Songs with viola, Op 91
BBC National Orchestra of Wales Presented by Martin Handley.
Ravel, orch Constant Gaspard de la Nuit Conductor Richard Vardigans Walton Cello Concerto
Robert Cohen , conductor Richard Hickox Lutoslawski Symphony No 3
Conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson presenta selection of music foryounger listeners.
Lucie Skeaping talks to the conductor
Roger Norrington and plays a selection of his outstanding recordings, including part of his Beethoven symphony series that made such an impact in the 1980s, and music by Monteverdi, Mozart and Berlioz.
Sean Rafferty with music and arts news.
In the elegant art-deco production by Patrice Caurier and Moshe Leiser of Rossini's Cinderella, live from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, the sisters Clorinda and Thisbe are unkind rather than ugly, their father Don Magnifico is a touch too keen on his wine, and the suave Alidoro, tutortothe Prince Don Ramiro , is more a subtle manipulator than fairy godmother. But Angelina (Cinderella) still has to escape the housework to reach the ball. With confusion provided by Don Ramiro 's valet, Dandini, who swaps roles with his master in the cause of finding true love, the opera drives with dazzling musical display to its happy ending. Presented by Christopher Cook.
Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, conductor Evelino Pido
9.05 Twenty Minutes
Piers Burton-Page looks at the enduring fascination of the Cinderella story and the way it has been interpreted by composers.
9.25 Act 2
Cinderella gets the full Italian operatic treatment in Rossini's version of the classic rags-to-riches fairy-tale romance
Opera on 3
Rossini's La Cenerentola is not his most popular work but it is a marvellously engaging opera that tells a touching story. Pushed for subject matter for this rush commission, the composer turned to Charles Perrault's French version of the Cinderella story-as the creators of the British panto favourite and Walt Disney were to do later. Yet for all that, it slightly twists the familiar tale, with the callous Don Magnifico as Cinderella's stepfather and the Prince's servant Dandini standing in for a fairy godmother. But it's the depiction of the lovers that pushes this opera beyond light comedy and gives it some power. La Cenerentola/Angelina develops from a shy, young girl into a heroic figure, while the prince, Don Ramiro. ups the intensity of their relationship with his show-stopping aria in the second act.
Fiona Talkington listens to historic flamenco recordings by Pepe Marchena and La
Paquera de Jerez, as well as Oceanus, an early recording in the careers of Ralph Towner and Jan Garbarek. Plus a look ahead to next week's concerts at the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow and partofTerje Rypdal's LuxAetema.
With Jonathan Swain.
Cabezon Susana un Dia 12.10 Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat, Op 9 (Archduke)
12.50 Frano Parac Scherzo for winds
1.00 Antun Sorkocevic Symphony in C
Mozart Piano Concerto No 12 in A, K414 Tchaikovsky Souvenir de Florence, Op 70
2.10 Imants Zemzaris Marvel Pieces
2.25 Ravel Ballet: Ma Mere IVye
2.55 Paderewski Menuet Célèbre in G
3.00 Key Stage 1 Sats 3.30 Maths
Challenge 3.45 Let's Write a Story Year 6
4.05 Drama Workshop 4.20 Dance Workshop 4.40 Music Workshop