This week Penny Gore looks at music patronage in late 18th- and early 19th-century Vienna, and tooks forward to this year's Proms.
7.00-8.30: Vivaldi Trio Sonata in D minor, RV63 (La Follia) Academy of Ancient Music, conductor Christopher Hogwood
Beethoven Overture: The Consecration of the House New York PO, conductor
Leonard Bernstein Kapustin Suite in the Old Style, Op 28 Marc-Andre Hamelin (piano)
8.30-10.00: Zelenka Regina Coeli Laetare Carolyn Sampson and Rebecca Outram
(sopranos), Robin Blaze (countertenor), The King's Consort, conductor Robert King
Brahms Four Ballads, Op 10 Alfred Brendel (piano) Beethoven String Quartet in F,
Op 59 No 1 (Razumovsky) Alban Berg Quartet
With Jonathan Swain. Featuring Bartok orchestral works and recordings by Jorge Bolet. Chopin Etude in A flat, Op 25 No 1 (Harp) Godowsky Study No 25 in A flat Jorge Bolet (piano)
10.07 Listener request:
Bach Widerstehe doch derSunde, BWV54 Maureen Forrester (mezzo),
I Solisti di Zagreb, conductor Antonio Janigro
10.22 Bartok Music for strings, percussion and celesta New York PO/Leonard Bernstein
10.54 Taverner Dum TransissetSabbatum
Choir of King's College, Cambridge, director David Willcocks
11.02 Franck Symphonic Variations Jorge Bolet (piano), Concertgebouw
Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly
11.20 Gumey Severn Meadows
Ian Partridge (tenor), Jennifer Partridge (piano)
11.23 Listener request: Arthur Bliss Colour Symphony LSO conducted by the composer
1/5. Stepping Out
Donald Macleod is joined by conductor Odaline de la Martinez , an authority on this week's subject. Todaytheydiscuss Ethel Smyth 's studies and early career.
Serenade in D BBC Philharmonic, conductor Odaline de la Martinez String Quartet in E minor (1st mvt) Archaeus Quartet
Mass in D (Sanctus) Janis Hardy (mezzo), Plymouth Festival Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Philip Brunelle
Producer Johannah Smith Repeated Sunday 12 midnight
de la Martinez
Fiona Talkington presents the last in the current series of recitals from the Wigmore
Hall, London: a concert given by the Kopelman Quartet in June, shortly before the hall closed for refurbishment.
Prokofiev String Quartet No 2, Op 92
Shostakovich String Quartet No 3, Op 73
The Best of the BBC Proms 2003:
BBC Symphony Orchestra
This week, as a prelude to this year's Proms season, which begins on Friday, Louise Fryer presents highlights of the BBC orchestras' performances in last year's season. Oliver Knussen Violin Concerto
PinchasZukerman, conducted by the composer Poulenc La Voix Humaine
Felicity Lott (soprano), conductor Andrew Davis Stravinsky Persephone
Paul Groves (tenor), Nicole Tibbels (narrator), Trinity Boys Choir, Cantate Youth Choir, BBC Symphony Chorus, conductor Andrew Davis
Edward Seckerson explores the songs that didn't make it from shows that did. Like
Everybody Else was dropped from West Side
Story during tryouts; Mr Ten Percent , character and song, disappeared from Chicago. Annie
Get Your Gun lost Take It in Your Stride because it wasn't straight enough for Ethel Merman. Plus 110 in the Shade, Fiorello, Hello Dolly, and an entire missing musical called Sherry.
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Stephanie Hughes and Andrew McGregor look forward to the new Proms season, which begins on Friday, with Proms director Nicholas Kenyon. And, live in the studio, members of the Britten Sinfonia play music reflecting this year's key themes: East/West, Back to Bohemia and England at the Crossroads: 1934.
Features include, at approximately:
7.40 A competition to win Prom tickets.
7.50 Britten Sinfonia play Rimsky-Korsakov.
8.00 A visit to the Silk Road Exhibition at the British Library with its curator Susan Whitfield.
8.30 What's new on the Proms website and on digital radio.
8.45 An almanac of 1934, with Sarah Lenton.
9.30 John Birch, curator of the Royal Albert Hall organ, talks about its new restoration.
(See Performance on 3 on Wednesday at 7.30pm)
9.50 Nicholas Kenyon answers listeners' questions.
10.00 Britten Sinfonia play Janacek.
10.15 Christopher Cook explores Bohemian art at London's Victoria and Albert Museum.
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Presenter (Silk Road Exhibition):
Presenter (An Almanac of 1934):
Presenter (Bohemian Art):
Guest presenter Shaheera Asante samples new albums from Serbian violinist
Aleksandar Sisic , Javanese singer Waldjinah, and the Gangbe Brass Band from Benin.
2/5. NiccoloJommelli (1714-74) in Stuttgart (Parti) With Donald Macleod.
Jommelli Didone Abbandonata (excerpts) Repeated from Tuesday
With Louise Fryer.
Nielsen Wind Quintet, Op 43 Stenhammar String Quartet No 3 in F, Op 18 2.00 Weber Symphony No 1 in C
2.25 Mozart Violin Sonata in B flat, K454 2.45 Debussy Children's Corner 3.05 Dohnanyi Suite in Fsharp minor, Op 19 3.35 Borodin No Sleep. No Rest (Prince Igor)
3.40 Boieldieu Harp Concerto in C 4.05 Rossini Sonata a Quattro No 1 in G 4.15 Brahms Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Muhseligen, Op 74 (Part 1) 4.25 lotti Sonata in FfEcho Sonata) 4.30 G Gabrieli Exaudi Me
4.40 Handel Perche Viva il Cam Sposo (Rodrigo)
4.45 Grainger Handel in the Strand 4.50 Arnold Three Shanties 5.00 JC Bach Lieber Herr Gott Hasse Organ Concerto in D 5.10 Suk Elegy, Op 23 5.20 Nielsen Folk Melody, Op 3 No 1; Jumping Jack, Op 11 No
5.25 Albrecht Quintet for piano and wind, Op 6
5.30 Granados La Maja y el Ruisenor (Goyescas)
5.40 Bozza Jourd 'Ete a la Montagne 5.50 Stenhammar Three Choral Songs 5.55Schoenberg Schenk mirdeinen Goldenen Kamm, Op 2 6.00 Bach Six Schemelli Chorales
6.10 Mozart Piano Sonata in B flat, K281 6.25 Upinski Violin Concerto No 2 in D, Op 21 (Military)