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5.10 Mihaly Mosonyi Studies for the Teaching of the Interpretation of Hungarian Music 5.20 JK Mertz Hungarian Fatherland Flowers 5.30 Chan Ka Nin Four Seasons
Suite 5.45 Zong-gu Yi Shin-Young-San
With Penny Gore.
6.10 Bridge Suite for strings Britten Sinfonia, conductor Nicholas Cleobury
6.35 Schumann Andante and Variations, WoOlO Georg Donderer and Mathias Donderer (cellos), Radovan Vlatkovic (horn), Vladimir Ashkenazy and Vovka Ashkenazy (pianos)
7.00 Vivaldi Kyrie Eleison , RV587
The King's Consort Choristers and Choir, the King's Consort, conductor Robert King
7.40 Chopin Krakowiak , Op 14 Claudio Arrau (piano), LPO, conductor Eliahu Inbal
8.00 Bartok Hungarian Sketches Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Pierre Boulez
8.35 Tchaikovsky The Tempest, Op 18 Russian National Orchestra, conductor Mikhail Pletnev
2: Donald Macleod explores Brahms's lifelong friendship with the great violinist Joseph Joachim.
Hymn in Veneration of the Great Joachim Alpe Adria Ensemble
Liebestreue,Op3Nol EllyAmeling (soprano), Rudolf Jansen (piano) Scherzo in C minor (FAE Sonata) Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin), Lambert Orkis (piano)
Variations on a Theme by Robert Schumann , Op 9 Julius Katchen (piano) Hungarian Dance No 2 in D minor
Joseph Joachim (violin), unknown pianist Two Songs, Op 91 Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo), Nils-Eric Sparf (viola), Bengt Forsberg (piano)
Sofie von Otter
With Rob Cowan.
Rameau La Dauphine (Pieces de Clavecin) Wanda Landowska (harpsichord)
10.05 Listener Request: Barber Symphony No 1
Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra, conductor Howard Hanson
10.26 Handel Harp Concerto in B flat, Op4No6 HansJZingel,
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, conductor August Wenzinger
10.41 Listener Request: Bruch
Scottish Fantasy, Op 46Jascha Heifetz (violin), New Symphony Orchestra of London, conductor Malcolm Sargent
11.07 Listener Request: Rameau
Suite in E minor (Pieces de Clavecin) George Malcolm (harpsichord)
A Magpie Called Igor
2: 1 Got Rhythm. Jonathan Cross celebrates Igor Stravinsky's liberation of rhythm. The Rite ofSpringmay be the work with which Stravinsky famously broke the fetters of regular rhythm in western music, but it was in Les Noces that his new ideas reached their expressive peak, with pride of place given to percussion instruments. Plus A Night on the Bare Mountain by one of Stravinsky's great forebears, Musorgsky, and music by composers who learnt from Stravinsky's revolutionary example: George Antheil 's Ballet MCcanique,
Edgard Varese 's lonisation, Carl Orff , John Cage and Conlon Nancarrow.
Harmonie at Bristol. Chris de Souza presents another concert in the wind ensemble series from St George's Bristol. Nash Ensemble
Mozart Quartet in D for flute and strings, K285
Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin
Spohr Nonet in F for wind quintet, string trio and double bass, Op 3.1
BBC Philharmonic - Brahms Symphonies
This week's Brahms series continues with a performance of his jubilant Second
Symphony. Composed less than a year afterthe completion of the first, it shows the composer's emerging confidence in the form and his willingness to experiment. Presented by Graeme Kay. Shostakovich King Lear (excerpts) Conductor VassilySinaisky
Brahms Concerto in A minor
Elisabeth Batiashvili (violin), Alban Gerhardt (cello), conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Brahms Symphony No 2 in D Conductor VassilySinaisky
Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson present a selection of music for younger listeners.
My Kind of Song - Gerald Martin Moore lain Burnside talks to vocal coach Gerald Martin Moore about the technique of singing, with examples from a wide variety of voices, including Julie Andrews , Janet Baker , Rosa Ponselle and Cecilia Bartoli.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music, reviews and arts news.
Live from the Queen Elizabeth Hall ,
London. Handel's Joshua was one of the most popular of his oratorios in the 18th century and its lavish, dramatic score has ensured its enduring appeal. The libretto condenses the Old Testament account of Joshua and the Israelites, interweaving descriptions of the bloodthirsty campaigns against the cities of Jericho and Ai with a romantic sub-plot. Handel's depictions of the collapse of the walls of Jericho, the razing by fire of the city and the moment when Joshua stops the sun and moon in theirtracks are amongst some of his most inspired music. Handel Joshua
Choir of the King's Consort, the King's Consort, conductor Robert King Acts land 2
9.00 Twenty Minutes: Salvaging the Past Recycling is a much publicised solution to improve Britain's environment-but historian Joe Kerr shows how it is far from a new idea in architecture. He visits some of Britain's best-known historic buildings to reveal how they hide within them the recycled parts of forgotten edifices.
9.20 Act 2 (conclusion); Act 3
Fiona Talkington presents more news and music from the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow.
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 3 in C minor
12.40 Ravel Suite: Le Tombeau de
Couperin 1.00 Schirtz // Primo Libro de Madrigali (excerpts)
2.00 Schubert Piano Trio in B flat, D898
2.35 Ravel Piano Concerto in G
3.00 Something to Think About
3.15 Let's Move
3.35 Time to Move
3.55 Stories and Rhymes
4.10 Let's Sing
4.40 Talking Points