This week Sandy Burnett looks at music-making in Leipzig, past and present. Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Beethoven Overture: King Stephen Sibelius Danses Champetres, Op 106 De Lalande Miserere
8.30-10.00: Kuhnau Biblical Sonata: the Struggle between David and Goliath
Ethel Smyth Concerto for violin and horn
With Rob Cowan. This week featuring Beethoven middle-period string quartets and recordings by Romanian conductor Sergiu Celibidache.
Listener request: Loewe Before / Gaze at You Again (Camelot) Arleen Auger (soprano), Dalton Baldwin (piano)
10.05 Berwald Sinfonie Singulière
Swedish RSO, conductor Sergiu Celibidache
10.33 Listener request:
Chopin Etudes Op 25: No 1 in A flat (Harp);
No 2 in F minor; No 11 in A minor (Winter Wind) Rudolf Serkin (piano)
10.41 Beethoven String Quartet in F, Op 59 No 1 (Razumovsky) Lener Quartet
11.20 Listener request: MogensSchrader Towards Autumn Aksel Schiotz (tenor), Herman D Koppel (piano)
Mogens Lorentzen Mother Denmark Aksel Schiotz (tenor), unknown pianist
11.26 Respighi The Pines of Rome
Stuttgart RSO, conductor Sergiu Celibidache
1/5. Recognition came late in life for Gabriel Faur6. What counted in 19th-century France was opera and ballet, but Faure was master of the smaller forms. However, when he was 65, he produced what he felt was his masterpiece, the opera Penelope. Presented by Donald Macleod. Pavane, Op 50 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Thomas Beecham
Pénélope (final scenes) Jessye Norman (soprano: Penelope), Alain Vanzo (tenor: Ulysse), Jean La Forge Choral Ensemble, Monte Carlo PO, conductor Charles Dutoit Cello Sonata No 2 in G minor, Op 117 Thomas Igloi , Clifford Benson (piano)
String Quartet in E minor, Op 121 (Istmvt) Via Nova Quartet
Producer Cath McGhee Repeated on Sunday at 12 midnight
New Generation Artists
1/10. The first of a series of concerts over the next fortnight given by past and present members of Radio 3's New Generation Artists scheme, featuring today the soprano Sally Matthews. Presented by Verity Sharp.
Schubert DerHirtaufdem Felsen, D965 With Thomas Watmough (clarinet) and Malcolm Martineau (piano)
Strauss Ruhe, meineSeele, 0p27Nol; Das Rosenband, Op 36 No 1;
Morgen, Op 27 No 4; Cäcilie, Op27No2 With Malcolm Martineau (piano)
Enescu Sept Chansons de Clement Marot With Simon Lepper (piano)
Poulenc Fiangailles pour Rire
With Malcolm Martineau (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra Conductor Leonard Slatkin
Louise Fryer introduces highlights from
Leonard Slatkin 's tenure as chief conductor of the BBCSO, which ended on Saturday. Tumage Another Set-to
Christian Lindberg (trombone)
Brahms Double Concerto in A minor
Janine Jansen (violin), Christian Poltera (cello) Walton Symphony No 1
New series Music from the film Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, 16th-century dances by Susato, and ballet music from Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker kick off the new season of the music series for younger listeners. Presented by CBBC's Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson.
Reprise: All the Things They Were
John McGlinn joins Edward Seckerson to shed light on mysteries of musical archiving. What happened to the "missing" Gershwin, Porter and Kern scores of the 1920s and 30s?
Petroc Trelawny presents a selection of music, interviews, and news from the arts world.
Edinburgh International Festival 2004
Weber's Romantic masterpiece of magic in the forest, recorded last month in the Usher Hall. Presented by Christopher Cook. See Choices on page 122.
Weber Der Freischutz
Philharmonia Chorus, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras See also Performance on 3 tomorrow at 7.30pm, and Opera on 3 on Wednesday and Friday at 7.15pm
Actress Fiona Shaw and poet Craig Rainejoin Philip Dodd to explore what makes TS Eliot's poem The Wasteland a Modernist masterpiece. Producer Anthony Denselow
Fiona Talkington celebrates Late Junction's fifth birthday with Arvo Part's Tabula Rasa, and echoes the programme's opening night. which featured Catherine Lambert in Machaut's Puis Qu'en Oubli.
2/5. EarlyMusic. Peter Maxwell Davies talks to Donald Macleod about his works before his first visit to the Orkneys, the attraction of early music, and the year 1969. Repeated from Tuesday
Presented by Susan Sharpe.
Danish Radio Young Chamber Group Competition
7/7. Highlights from the final of this year's competition, including performances of Nino Rota, Beethoven, Ibert, Peter Rasmussen , Mogens Christensen and Nielsen.
2.00 Bach Cello Suite No 4 in E flat, 8WV1010
2.25 Josquin des Prez Miserere2.40 Debussy 12 Etudes
3.25 Komgold Violin Concerto in D 3.50 Glustlnl Sonata in G, Op 1 No 74.05 Rosenmuller Sinfonia a 4 4.15 Weber Concertino in E flat. Op 26 4.25 Ponce Seven Guitar Preludes 4.30 Dohnanyl Symphonic Minutes, Op 36
4.45 Wleniawskl Polonaise No 1 in D, Op 4 (an for violin and piano) 4.50 Shostakovich Festive Overture, Op 96
5.00 Janacek Piano Sonata: 1 X 1905 (From the Street)
5.10 Grieg Lyric Pieces: Evening in the Mountains, Op 68 No 4: At the Cradle, Op 68 No 5 5.20 Wikander An Evening Early in Spring; King Lily of the Valley 5.25 Chopin Ballade No 1 in G minor, Op 23 5.35 Schoenberg Galathea : Mahnung (Cabaret Songs) 5.45Sorkocevlc Adagio
5.50 Palestrina Ave Regina Caelorum 5.55 Yanev Rhythms in Re 6.05 Haydn Symphony No 102 in B flat 6.30
Beethoven Piano Sonata in C minor. Op 13 (Pathétique)
6.50 Zajc Eva and Zrinski's duet (Nikola SubicZrinjski )