With Penny Gore. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Corelli Concerto Grosso in D, Op 6 No
English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock Wagner Forest Murmurs (Siegfried) Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, conductor James Levine
8.00-9.00: Dvorak Miniatures , Op 75a Members of the Chilingirian Quartet Bizet Jeux d'Enfants
Orchestra of the Bastille, conductor Myung-Whun Chung
9.00-10.00: Bach Orchestral Suite No 4 in D,
BWV1069 MusicaAntiqua , Koln, director Reinhard Goebel
Mozart Piano Sonata in D, K5 76 Andreas Haefliger
With Jonathan Swain.
Mendelssohn Capriccio, Op 81 No 3 Busch Quartet
10.07 Bizet Carmen, Act 2 (excerpt)
French Radio Chorus and National Radio Orchestra, conductor Thomas Beecham
10.30 Listener request:
Stanford Serenade in F. Op 95 Capricorn
11.00 Listener request: Haydn
Symphony No 103 in E flat (Drum Roll) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Thomas Beecham
11.31 Mendelssohn String Quartet in Fminor, Op 80 Melos Quartet
de Los Angeles (soprano)
5: Breaking Tradition
Donald Macleod meets Naji Hakim , who succeeded Olivier Messiaen as organist at the church of La Trinite.
Hakim Pange Lingua
Played by the Composer (organ)
Messiaen Prière apres la Communion (Livre du Saint Sacrament) Naji Hakim (organ)
Hakim Messe Solennelle
BBC Singers, Stephen Disley (organ), conductor Nicholas Kok
Hakim Chant de Joie
Played by the Composer (organ) Repeated on Thursday at 12 midnight
Chris de Souza presents the last in a series of four Schumann concerts from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow.
Barry Douglas (piano)
Beethoven Piano Sonata in Fminor, Op 57 (Appassionata)
Schumann Fantasy in C, Op 17
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Schumann and Friends
In the last of this week's programmes exploring the music of Schumann and some of the composers who were importantto him, Sarah Walker introduces a performance of Schumann's Third Symphony alongside a piano concerto by Chopin, whom Schumann hailed as a brilliant newcomer on the scene with the words: "Hats off, gentlemen, agenius!"
Mendelssohn Overture: The Hebrides
Conductor Gilbert Varga
Mendelssohn Symphony No 4 in A (Italian) Conductor Marin Alsop
Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor Jean-YvesThibaudet, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Schumann Symphony No 3 in E flat (Rhenish) Conductor Gilbert Varga
Julian Joseph presents a reflection on the short career of Jaco Pastorius , widely regarded as the genius of the electric bass. Pastorius was one of the brightest jazz stars of the 1970s and a key member of Weather Report, but fell victim to drugs and mental health problems in the 1980s. He died atthe age of 35 in 1987.
Sean Rafferty introduces a selection of music and news from the arts world.
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Andrew Litton celebrates 20 years of his association with the Bournemouth
Symphony Orchestra with a concert from the Lighthouse, Poole, of Beethoven's early-Romantic Triple Concerto and Mahler's intensely brooding and epic first symphony. Presented by Chris de Souza. Duncan Riddell (violin), Timothy Walden (cello), Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Litton (piano)
Beethoven: Concerto in C for piano, violin and cello, Op 56
Mahler Symphony No 1
Paul Allen talks to Belfast playwright Gary Mitchell about his new play Loyal Women, which is about to open at the Royal Court Theatre in London. Belfast mother Brenda is under siege in her own home, trying to balance the demands of her family with those of the women of the Ulster Defence Association, who want to meet there. As the strain increases, she finds it impossible to see where her loyalties lie. Producer Timothy Prosser
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present an eclectic mix of musical styles.
Game Theory Session
Saxophonist Larry Stabbins leads his free-jazz-techno-funk trio Game Theory in session. Probably best known for his work with UKjazz-funkband Working Week,
Stabbins is also a dynamic force on the improvisation scene. His long-standing trio Game Theory is composed of leading British improv drummer Mark Sanders , and keyboard and effects maverick
Pat Thomas. And Jez Nelson selects the best newjazzCD releases.
With Louise Fryer.
Bulgarian composer Lyubomir Pipkov 's two-act opera Momchil (1939-43), in a 1971 recording by the Sophia National Opera Choir and Orchestra with soloists including Dimitar Damyanov (tenor),
Soyan Popov (baritone) and Julia Wiener (soprano), directed by Ivan Marinov.
3.30 Grieg Lyric Pieces (excerpts)
3.50 Dittersdorf Piano Concerto in A
4.10 Haydn Mass in B flat (Kleine
Orgelmesse), HXXII 7 4.25 Bach Cello Suite No 6 in D, BWV1012 (Sarabande) (arr for four cellos) 4.30 Sorkocevic
Overture in G 4.35 Mozart Vado, Ma Dove, K583 4.40 Tallis Gloria (Puer Natus Est
Nobis) 4.50 Goldmark Scherzo in E minor, Op 195.00 Fesch ConcertoinG, Op5No3
5.05 Schubert Three Pieces, D946
5.25 Rachmaninov Aleko s Cavatina
(Aleko) 5.30 Glazunov, arranon Elegy in D flat, Op 17 5.40 Mozart Serenade in G, K525 (Eine Kleine Nachtmusik)
5.55 K Forster Repleta Est Malis
6.05 Ludwik Grossman Csardas: The
Ghost ofVoyvode 6.15 Debussy L'lsle Joyeuse 6.25 Martinu String Sextet
6.40 Liszt Mazeppa