With Louise Fryer.
6.10 Barber Suite: Souvenirs
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Schenck
6.40 Vaughan Williams
The Lark Ascending Tasmin Little (violin), BBCSO, conductor Andrew Davis
7.10 Debussy Images, Book 2
Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli (piano)
7.45Larsson Pastoral Suite Swedish RSO, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
8.20 Haydn Concerto in E flat for two horns, H Vlld2 Adam Friedrich and Tibor Maruzsa , Liszt Ferenc Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductor Janos Rolla
8.45 Britten Matinées Musicales (after
Rossini) National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Richard Bonynge
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With Andrew McGregor , who plays some of this month's newest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: George Pratt compares recordings of Bach's Trio Sonatas for organ, BWV525-530.
10.15 A roundup of recent CD reissues.
10.30 Lowri Blake reviews recordings of chamber music, including the latest offering from cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
11.00 An interview with soprano Maria Cristina Kiehr , who talks about her work with Concerto Soave and her recent recording of music by SigismondoD'India.
11.30 Disc of the Week: GautierdeCoincy Les Miracles deNostre-Dame Harp
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Michael Berkeley talks to the novelist and translator Tim Parks , who was born in Manchester but moved to Italy in 1981. His work includes three non-fiction accounts of life there - most recently
A Season with Verona- and 11 novels, of which Europa was shortlisted forthe Booker Prize. His latest novel,
Judge Savage , was published earlierthis year. His musical passions include Bach,
Vivaldi, Mozart, Chopin, English folk songs and Paul Simon 's The Boy in the Bubble. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Novelist, journalist and broadcaster
JameelaSiddiqi joins Lucy Duran for a look at new CDs of Indian music. Plus a visit to the Latin Splash festival for music from Colombia's "King ofCumbia", Lisandro Meza.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces a selection of listeners' requests, including: Bartok Piano Concerto No 3 Geza Anda , Berlin RSO, conductor Ferenc Fricsay
Yoshimatsu Ode to Birds and Rainbow
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Sachio Fujioka
Rachmaninov Five Morceaux de Fantaisie
Performed by the Composer (piano)
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Stacey Kent presents a concert by two of Scotland's leadingjazz players, pianist Brian Kellock and saxophonist Tommy Smith , recorded as part of this year's St Magnus Festival, Orkney.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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From Glyndebourne, Simon Rattle conducts the original 1781 version of Mozart's first operatic masterpiece in a stunning new production directed by Peter Sellars with designs by Anish Kapoor and choreography by Mark Morris. While returning from the Trojan War, Idomeneo is rescued from a terrible storm by Neptune; as a result, he has vowed to sacrifice the first person he meets ashore -tragically it's his own son Idamante. Presented by Christopher Cook.
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor Simon Rattle
7.05 Twenty Minutes: Trieste and the Meaning of Nowhere Janet Suzman reads from Jan Morris 's latest book, telling the stories of the amazing emigres living in herfavourite city.
7.25 Act 2
8.15 Twenty Minutes: Those Magnificent Gods in Their Flying Machines
At the end of Mozart's opera, tragedy is averted by divine intervention from
Neptune. From Monteverdi's L'Orfeo of 1609 onwards, the deus ex machina - a dramatic tradition from antiquity - was as much a part of opera as it was of spoken drama. Piers Burton-Page asks classicist Edith Hall and literary historian
Roger Savage why the tradition was so enduring and why it was eventually abandoned.
8.35 Act 3
John Tusa interviews Anish Kapoortomorrow at 5.45pm
Voice of Neptune:
Can a computer programme or a book teach you how to write a novel?
Ian McMillan puts some recipes for fictional success to the test. Plus the launch of The Verb's summer writing competition. Producer Rob Ketteridge
Luciano Berio (1925-2003)
Tom Service assesses the long career of Luciano Berio , one of the major composers of the 20th century, who died on 26 May. With comments from composers, friends and performers, and the first UK broadcast of Berio Sequenza XIV performed by cellist Rohan de Saram , for whom it was written. Plus archive footage of the composer talking about and conducting performances of his works.
With Jonathan Swain.
Leclair Violin Sonata in D, Op 9 No 3 Beethoven Violin Sonata in F, Op 24
(Spring) Enescu Violin Sonata (Torso) Lekeu Violin Sonata in G
2.30 Haydn Symphony No 94 in G (Surprise)
2.55 Mozart String Quintet in G minor,
K516 3.30 Beethoven Fantasia in C minor, Op 80 3.50 Neefe Piano Concerto in G
4.10 Elgar Serenade in E minor, Op 20
4.20 Faure/Messager, orch Washburn Messe Basse 4.30 Telemann Flute
Sonata in G (Essercizii Musici)
4.40 Luka Sorkocevic Overture in G
4.45 Wegelius Rondo quasi Fantasia
5.00 Mendelssohn Overture: The
Hebrides (Fingal's Cave)
5.10 Beethoven Seven Variations on Bei Mannern, Welche Liebe Fuhlen , Wo046
5.20 Handel Dica il Falso, Dica il Vero (Alessandro)
5.30 Bach Keyboard Concerto in F minor, BWV1056 5.40 Rimsky-Korsakov Russian Easter Festival Overture