With Martin Handley.
Rameau Suite: Zoroastre
6.45 Melgas Popule Meus
7.00 Mozart Piano Trio in E, K542
7.40 Webem LangsamerSatz
8.00 Rossini Overture: William Tell
8.30 Dvorak Czech Suite, Op 39
Chris de Souza presents highlights from recent concerts around Europe. His guest at around 10.00 is writer, broadcaster, translator and director Jeremy Sams. Music includes:
Vivaldi Bassoon Concerto in C, RV4 77
Venice Baroque Orchestra/Andrea Marcon
9.15 Debussy Suite: Pour le Piano Barry Douglas
9.55 Ravel Pavane pour une Infante
Defunte Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Daniel Barenboim
10.35 Mendelssohn Cello Sonata No 2 in D, Op 58 David Geringas , Tatiana Schatz (piano)
11.40 Beethoven Piano Sonata in E, Op 14 No 1 Grigory Sokolov (piano)
12.00 Berlioz Dies Irae, Tuba Mirum (Grande Messe des Morts)
South West German Radio Vocal
Ensemble, Mid-German Radio Chorus,
Stuttgart RSO, conductor Roger Norrington Email your comments to: email@example.com
Dermot Clinch and Tommy Pearson present news and interviews with key players in the music world.
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London. Presented by Fiona Talkington. Alban Gerhardt (cello), Steven Osborne (piano)
Beethoven Cello Sonata in C, Op 102 No 1 Brett Dean Huntingdon Eulogy Britten Cello Sonata, Op 65 Repeated from Monday
Sviatoslav Richter. Piers Lane presents solo recordings in the BBC archives made by the great Russian pianist Sviatoslav Richter. The first of two programmes includes music by Rachmaninov and Debussy, and Beethoven's Hammerklavier Sonata from Richter's appearance at the Aldeburgh Festival in 1975.
Repeat of yesterday 12 noon
Brian Kay 's selection of light classics begins with the Queen's Hall Light Orchestra playing music by Clive Richardson and Colin Towns. Plus a new version of Addinsell's
Warsaw Concerto, music by Albert Ketelby and Alan Langford 's FourPieces forstrings.
Chris de Souza travels back to the Bierkellern of 19th-century Germany to reach beneath the surface of Johannes Brahms's Academic Festival Overture.
The programme ends with a performance of the work given by the BBC Philharmonic, conducted by Gianandrea Noseda.
A series of four personal journeys.
3: The Red in My Mind. The 19th-century American poet Emily Dickinson famously published only a handful of poems and lived a reclusive existence in her bedroom in the family home in Amherst,
Massachusetts. English poet
Lavinia Greenlaw , who spent time teaching and writing in Amherst, revisits the town and tests herfeelings forthe place with those of Emily Dickinson. With contributions from poet James Lasdun , critic
Helen Vendler and museum curator Betty Falsey. Producer Tim Dee
A midsummer journey that travels from Beckton to Bangalore, from the bottom of a dry well to the trail of a vixen, to explore the essence of creativity. This adventure in storytelling is a collaboration with the London International Festival of Theatre, and includes contributions from award-winning artists and writers, their starting point - a packet of seeds. Those taking part include Tim Etchells, Neelam Man Singh Chowdhry, Mercedes Kemp, Ruth Wall, Bob Gilbert, CF John, Romeo Castelucci with Societas Raffaello Sanzio, Wesley Enoch, Chartwell Dutiro, Leo Sedgley, Josette Bushell-Mingo, lain Sinclair, Jocelyn Pook, Thor Mclntyre-Burnie, Sue Hill and Colin Seddon.
Neelam Man Singh
Paul Guinery is in conversation with Christopher Robinson , who is about to retire from his post as director of music at St John's College, Cambridge. His recordings of English church music have become bestsellers and some of them are included in this selection. Music includes: Finzi God Is Gone Up
With the Choir of St John's College,
Cambridge, Christopher Whitton (organ)
Elgar Scenes from the Bavarian Highlands With Worcester Cathedral Choir, Frank Wibaut (piano)
Tomkins When David Heard
With St George 's Chapel Choir, Windsor Poulenc Stabat Mater
With Judith Howarth (soprano), Choirs of St John 's, Clare, and Gonville and Caius Colleges, Cambridge, BBC Philharmonic
Conductor, Martyn Brabbins Bryars The Porazzi Fragment
Takemitsu How Slow the Wind
Part If Bach Had Been a Beekeeper
The Lord's My Shepherd
Written by committee in 17th-century
Edinburgh, the metrical Psalm 23 has been sung at weddings, funerals, rugby matches and as the political response to a military coup. Those who still sing it in many places, and to many tunes, tell its story of God, sheep and cultural repression.
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall report from the Sonar Festival of electronic music in Barcelona on its tenth anniversary. Artists featured this year include
Kim Hiorthoy , David Grubbs and Prefuse 73.
With Jonathan Swain.
Bach 18 Pieces for mechanical clock, BWVAnhl33-50(attrib WF Bach)
12.30 Schumann Liederkreis , Op 39
1.00 Gossec Requiem
2.30 Beethoven Grosse Fuge in B flat, Op 133 2.45 Mendelssohn Overture: Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage
3.00 Hannikainen Piano Concerto, Op 7
3.35 Shostakovich Symphony No 9
4.05 Cavalli Plainsong , Antiphon and Magnificat 4.20 Gregorio Huet Lute Fantasia 4.25 CF Abel Praeludium , Adagio and Allegro for viola dagamba
4.40 Handel Mi Lusinga il Dolce Affetto (Alcina) 4.45 Debussy Danse Sacree et Danse Profane
5.00 Wagner Overture: Rienzi
5.10 Strauss Der Abend , Op 34 No 1
5.20 Rachmaninov, arranon Vocalise, Op 34 No 14 5.25 Mendelssohn
Herbstlied, Op 84 No 2 5.35 Corelli Sonata da Chiesa in A, Op 1 No 3