With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Fayrfax Aeternae Laudis Lilium The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers Dittersdorf Symphony No 6 in D (The
Petrification of Phineus and His Friends) Cantilena, conductor Adrian Shepherd
8.00-9.00: Ravel Sonata for violin and cello Oleh Krysa , Torleif Thedeen Beethoven
Meeresstille und Gluckliche Fahrt , Op 112 Collegium Musicum 90, conductor Richard Hickox
With Rob Cowan. Regular features include The Innocent Ear and a Bargain Hunter
CD recommendation. Plus the recording of Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto recommended in yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes:
Rigati Magnificat GabneW Consort and Players, conductor Paul McCreesh
Mozart Symphony No 33 in B flat, K319 Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eugen Jochum
Berio Folk Songs for voice and orchestra
Jard van Nes (mezzo), Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly
Byrd The Bells Andreas Staier (harpsichord) Mossolov Iron Foundry Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conductor Pierre Dervaux
John Foulds Mantra II: Of Bliss and Vision of Celestial Avataras (Three Mantras from
Avatara, Op 61b) City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Sakari Oramo
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Michael Berkeley 's guest today is Christina Coker , chief executive of the National
Foundation for Youth Music, a charity that aims to facilitate and fund high-quality musical experiences for children and young people. Her choices include Orlando Gibbons , Mendelssohn and George Benjamin , and music from the Julian Joseph Quartet and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
Barthold Kuijken plays CPE
Bach Barthold Kuijken , famous for his dedication to the rediscovery of the baroque flute and an inspiration to many of today's younger players, plays flute sonatas by CPE Bach with harpsichordist Ewald Demeyere.
Stephanie Hughes introduces a recital by the acclaimed American mezzo Susan Graham and pianist Malcolm Martineau , recorded at this year's Schwetzingen Festival in Germany. Brahms Zigeunerlieder, Op 103 (excerpts) Debussy Proses Lyriques
Mahler Des Knaben Wunderhorn (excerpts) Poulenc Quatre Poemes de Guillaume Apollinaire
Messager Vois-Tu , Je M'en Veux; J'ai Deux Amants
4/4. More music inspired by technology. Conductor Marin Alsop comes bang up to date, taking in space travel, nuclear power, the synthesiser and the mobile phone, before whizzing off on a motorbike with Swedish composer Jan Sandstrom and an amazing gang of trombonists.
Brian Kay plays more listeners' requests, including vintage performances from two singing legends: part of Kathleen Ferrier 's recording of Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde, and Heather Harper in a 1966 BBC Prom performance of the Sanctus and Benedictus from Beethoven's Missa Solemnis. Also,
Poulenc's Concerto for two pianos played by Anne Queffélec and Jean Bernard Pommier , and more listeners' suggestions of the finest transcriptions.
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Sakari Oramo talks to Tom Service about one of the most remarkable yet forgotten figures of the English Musical Renaissance, John Foulds. Plus a look at what the young composers from the Royal Academy of Music in London are learning from their American contemporaries.
A concert recorded last Wednesday at the Swansea Festival. Introduced by Sarah Walker. Rebecca Evans (soprano), Pamela Helen Stephen (mezzo), Mark Padmore (tenor),
Stephen Varcoe (bass), Janine Jansen (violin), BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Richard Hickox
Brahms Violin Concerto in D Beethoven Mass in C
By Adam Thorpe. In 1931 art history student
Klaus meets and falls in love with Anya - a Polish Jew. In a few short years Klaus will be charged by Reichsfuhrer Himmlerto plunder occupied Poland of its priceless art.
Director Patrick Rayner
In the 1930s and 40s African-American dancer/ choreographers Katherine Dunham and Pearl Primus went to the Caribbean and Africa respectively in order to rediscover their dance heritage. Dancer and writer Thea Barnes explores their work. Producer Richard Bannerman
An exclusive session from Kevin Coyne , the painter, dramatist, fiction writer, and one of the greatest-living British blues musicians.
1/5. Chopin the Pole. Donald Macleod looks at the many facets of the man who extended the boundaries the piano and its music. Repeated from Monday
Presented by Louise Fryer. Stenhammar Three Choral Ballads Rossell Mediterraneo Reger Three Choruses. Op 39 Maskats Three Poems by Paul Verlaine Badings Trois Chansons Bretonnes Debussy Trois Chansons de Charles d 'Orleans 2.05 Rachmaninov Symphony No 2 in E minor 3.00 Brahms String Quintet in G, Op 111 3.35 Mozart Piano Sonata in C. K330 4.00Telemann Recorder Sonata in F(Der Getreue Music-Meister) 4.05 Rossini Overture: La Gazza Ladra 4.15 Bridge Hornpipe
(Miniatures) 4.20 lbert Trois Pièces Breves 4.25 Dag Wlren Violin Sonatina 4.40 Rimsky-Korsakov Overture on Russian Themes, Op 28 4.50 Beethoven Adagio for Musical Clock, WoO33 No 1 4.55 Schein Paduana (Suite VII) 5.00 Baines Three Twilight Pieces 5.10 Sibelius Pohjola's Daughter, Op 49 5.25 Charles Mouton Suite in F sharp minor 5.35 Gombert Agnus Del (Missa Tempore Paschali) 5.40 Bach Chorale-Prelude: Allein Gott in der Hoh ' sei Ehr, BWV664 5.50 Rebel Les Elemens
6.10 Weber Canzonettas: Op 29, Nos 2 and 3; Op 43; Op 13 No 2 6.20 Szymanowski Preludes, Op 1
6.40 Elgar Overture: Cockaigne (In London Town)