With Sandy Burnett.
6.00 John Bull Pavane; The King's
Hunting Jig Philip Jones Brass Ensemble
6.10 Finzi Interlude Nicholas Daniel
(oboe), Julius Drake (piano)
7.20 Scarlatti Two Sonatas in C: Kk501 and Kk502 Virginia Black (harpsichord)
7.30 Mozart Violin Sonata in E flat. K380 Isaac Stern , Yefim Bronfman (piano)
8.00 Suppe Overture: Pique Dame Detroit SO, conductor Paul Paray
8.40 Strauss Macbeth , Op 23 Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Rudolf Kempe
5: Cherubini was an Italian who wrote
German music in France. Donald Macieod asks why he has generally had a bad press despite being one of the most remarkable personalities in the history of music. Marche Funèbre; Requiem in C minor Corydon Orchestra, conductor Matthew Best
With Rob Cowan.
Listener Request: Ippolitov-lvanov
Procession of the Sardar (Caucasian Sketches) Philharmonia, conductor George Weldon
10.05 Ravel La Valse
Leonard Pennario (piano)
10.17 Morley 0 Grief, Even on the Bud; Now Is the Gentle Season Ambrosian
Singers, director Denis Stevens
10.22 Mozart String Quartet in C, K465 Fine Arts Quartet
10.50 Schumann Mondnacht , Op 39 No 5; Auftrange, Op 77 No 5; Schneeglockchen, Op 79No27 Anneliese Rothenberger
(soprano), Gunther Weissenborn (piano)
10.58 Stravinsky Jeu de Cartes
South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Hans Rosbaud
11.23 Bach, arr Hess Ertot ' Uns Durch Dein ' Gute (Jesus Nahm zu Sich die
Zwolfe, BWV22) Hubert Harry (piano)
Music in the Round
Gerard McBurney introduces the final programme of performances from last year's festival of Russian music in Sheffield's Crucible Studio. Music includes Rachmaninov's rarely-heard Six Pieces for piano duet played by Peter Hill and Benjamin Frith , accordionist David Farmer playing part of Vladislav Zolotaryov 's Chamber Suite, tenor Daniil Shtoda and pianist Larissa Gergieva performing Russian songs, and the Lindsays playing Shostakovich's 15th and last String Quartet.
Sandy Burnett introduces a programme of South American nuevo tango, and neuva cancion from St Andrews in the Square in Glasgow, played by Mr McFall 's Chamber. Piazzolla Otono Porteno
Maria Esther Pacheco Huergo Cuando Silba el Viento
Piazzolla Vardarito; Las Paraguas de Buenos Aires; Adios Nonino
Augustin Lara Noche de Ronda
Exposito/Stamponi Quedemonos Aqui Piazzolla Coral
Blazquez/Pugliese Y Somos la Gente
BBC National Orchestra of Wales -
Conductor Richard Hickox
Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony provides a dramatic conclusion to a week of Russian masterpieces. Presented by Sarah Walker. Prokofiev Overture: War and Peace
Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances, Op 45 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4 in F minor
Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson present a selection of music foryounger listeners.
Teddy Wilson. Wilson was a major force in American music during the 1930s as musical director for Billie Holiday, pianist with the Benny Goodman Quartet and, by the end of the decade, leader of his own big band. Julian Joseph talks to
Brian Priestley about Wilson's life and music.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and news from the arts world.
In a concert recorded last night at the Anvil, Basingstoke, Russian conductor Yakov Kreizberg leads the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in Bruckner's final symphony. With its dedication "To my dear Lord" and an other-worldly "farewell to life" Adagio, this must be one of the great visionary utterances of all time.
Before this, Stephen Kovacevich explores the elusive, deeply expressive world of one of Mozart's most popular concertos. Stephen Kovacevich (piano),
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Yakov Kreizberg
Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 in D minor, K491
Bruckner Symphony No 9 in D minor
Richard Coles and guests discuss the life and work of Julia Margaret Cameron. Born in 1815, she was given a camera at the age of 48 by her daughter and became obsessed with taking pictures, and is now regarded as one of the most important figures in the history of photography.
In a unique collaboration, the classical Indian rhythms and western grooves of the Angel Brothers and Satnam Singh come together with the work of Yorkshire performance poet Ian McMillan.
Food Session. Tenor-saxophonist lain Ballamy brings his Anglo- Scandinavian ensemble, Food, into the studio to record tonight's session. With Arve Henriksen (trumpet and vocals), percussionist
Thomas Stronen and Mats Eilertsen on bass, and all players making use of electronics and samples, the ensemble mixes the Scandinavians' approach to space and texture with Ballamy's idiosyncratic approach to melody and harmony, producing thoroughly contemporary, delicate and engaging improvised music. And Jez Nelson reviews the best new CD releases.
With Jonathan Swain.
Schoenberg Verklarte Nacht Berlioz
Harold en Italie, Op 16 2.15 Hildegard von Bingen Ave Generosa 2.20 Couperin Sonata L 'Impériale, Suite andChaconne (Les Nations, Ordre No 3 in D)
2.35 George Bohm Jesu , Du BistAllzu Schone 2.50 Brahms Ein Deutsches
Requiem, Op 45 4.05 Hummel Piano Trio in F, Op 22 4.20 Durante Concerto per Quartetto No 3 in E flat 4.30 Verdi Cortigiani , Vil Razza (Rigoletto)
4.40 Rachmaninov, arr anon Vocalise,
Op 34 No 14 4.50 Saint-Saens Morceau de Concert in F minor, Op 94
5.00 Beethoven Overture: Egmont
5.10 CPE Bach Flute Sonata in A minor, Wql28 5.20 Corelli Sonate da Chiesa, Op 1: No in C; No 8 in C minor
5.30 Anon, 17th century Ave
Potentissima 5.40 Respighi Ancient Airs and Dances Suite No 2