With Martin Handley.
Liszt Concert Paraphrase on Verdi's
"Rigoletto" Daniel Barenboim (piano)
6.35 Vivaldi Concerto in C for multiple instruments, RV556 (per la Solennita de S Lorenzo) Concerto Italiano, director Rinaldo Alessandrini
7.30 Josquin des Pres PraeterRerum SeriemTallis Scholars, director Peter Phillips
7.45Smetana Macbeth and the Witches
Radoslav Kvapil (piano)
8.00 Mendelssohn Capriccio Brillant in B minor, Op 22 Stephen Hough (piano), City of Bimingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Lawrence Foster
8.35 Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms Chicago Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Georg Solti
Stephanie Hughes presents highlights from recent concerts around Europe and beyond. At about 10.00 she is joined by choreographer Siobhan Davies. Including ballet music by Prokofiev (Romeo and Juliet) and Jean-Fery Rebel (Les Elemens), and pieces by Mozart, Salieri and Piazzola. Plus, at approximately:
9.20 Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
Mid-German Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Howard Arman
10.30 Stravinsky Three movements from "Petrushka" MironSmidak (piano)
10.50 Bizet Symphony in C
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Marc Minkowski
11.30 Faure Requiem , Op 48 Soloists, Berlin Radio Chorus,
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With Dermot Clinch and Tommy Pearson.
Richard Steinitz discusses his new biography of Hungarian composer Gyorgy Ligeti. Plus a look at how string quartets and other performing groups succeed (or fail) at maintaining harmonious working relationships over a number of years.
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from London's Wigmore Hall, presented by Fiona Talkington. Brodsky Quartet
Prokofiev String Quartet No 2, Op 92 Shostakovich Elegy and Polka
Beethoven String Quartet in F minor, Op 95 Repeated from Monday
Quartetto Italiano. Stephen Johnson looks at the origins of one of the foremost international quartets of the post-war era and introduces part of a concert they gave in London in 1965 performing music by Boccherini and Beethoven.
Repeat of yesterday 12 noon
Today's selection features
Dimitri Tiomkin 's Hollywood version of Strauss's Blue Danubewaltz ; the Queen's Hall Light Orchestra and Sidney Torch play
Haydn Wood 's Snapshots of London; and Joseph Horovitz takes us back to the 19th-century music hall with the help of the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble.
Stephen Johnson explores American composer Aaron Copland 'sThird Symphony, which was largely composed towards the end of the Second World War, and finds that it was strongly affected by the time in which it was written. Specially recorded examples are performed by the BBC Philharmonic conducted by Jason Lai. See Performance on 3 on Wednesday at 7.30pm
John Tusa meets the painter, teacher and father of Brit Art, Michael Craig-Martin.
Paul GuineryisjoinedbyJohnRutter , who introduces some of his own lesser-known works and French and English choral music that he admires.
Giles Swayne Magnificat Britten Hymn to St Cecilia
Howells The Fear of the Lord
Cambridge Singers, conductor John Rutter Rutter Hymn to the Creator of Light Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, conductor Timothy Brown Ravel Trois Chansons
Poulenc Litanies a la Vierge Noire
Rutter There Is a Flower; The Falcon; I My Best Beloved's Am
Cambridge Singers, conductor John Rutter
By Gill Adams. Recorded on location around the streets of Hull, this is the story of 13-year-old Jenny Wren , a constant truant from school with serial behavioural problems, who has lost her Gran and whose Mum has given up believing in tomorrow. But Jenny has a plan ...
Director Kate Rowland
Reich Triple Quartet
Conlon Nancarrow String Quartet Reich Different Trains
Three linked features evoking different worlds of language, colour and hearing. 1: Listeningto Lists. How writers, artists and film-makers have used lists in their work. With Peter Greenaway , Don Paterson and Emma Kay.
2: The Colour of Sound. Peter White , blind from birth, considers his perception of colour based on sound and music, with the help of composer Jonathan Harvey and painter George Dannatt. Harvey's music is interwoven with a poem by Sean Street , which moves through darkness and shades of colour towards light and silence. 3: In a Child's Ear. Audiologists and poets examine the process by which babies make sense of the barrage of sound that greets their ears when they leave the womb.
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present an eclectic mix of musical styles.
With John Shea.
Strauss Four Last Songs 12.25 Poulenc Sonata for two pianos 12.45 Debussy Prélude a I 'Apres-midi d 'un Faune
1.00 Monteverdi Lamento d'Arianna
Handel Dixit Dominus 1.55 Bruckner
Symphony No 7 in E 3.05 Franck, arr
Rampal Flute Sonata in A 3.35 Beethoven Piano Concerto No 5 in E flat (Emperor)
4.10 Marais Tombeau pour M de Lully
4.20 Rudolf Escher Ciel Air et Vents
4.30 Pejacevic Barkarola ; Song without Words, Op 5; Butterfly, Op 6; Impromptu, Op 9 4.40 Karlowicz Three Songs
4.50 Berlioz Le Carnaval Romain
5.00 JC Pezel Tower Music from Leipzig: Intradas, Nos 1-3 5.05 Telemann
Recorder Sonata in A (Der Getreue Music-Meister) 5.15Respighi Poema Autunnale
5.30 August de Boeck Ave Maria
5.40 Grainger Danish Folk-song Suite