Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: John Jenkins Four-part Ayres in D minor Rose Consort of Viols Mozart Rondeau in E flat, K371 Timothy Brown (natural horn),
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, director Sigiswald Kuijken Beethoven Piano Trio in E flat, Op 44 (Variations on an original theme) Castle Trio Herbert Sumsion In Exile Ian Bell (bass),
Worcester Cathedral Choir, director Donald Hunt
8.30-10.00: Mozart Sinfonia Concertante in E flat, K297b Douglas Boyd (oboe), Richard Hosford (clarinet), Robin O'Neill (bassoon),
Jonathan Williams (horn), Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductor Alexander Schneider Schoenberg Verklarte Nacht Philharmonia (strings), conductor Giuseppe Sinopoli
Presented by Rob Cowan.
Soler, arr Hallfter Three Sonatas Mexico
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Enrique Batiz
10.15 Bach Gloria in Excelsis; Laudamus Te;
Gratias Agimus ; Domine Deus ; Qui Tollis (Mass in B minor) Catherina Delfosse and Pierrette Alarie (sopranos), Leopold Simoneau (tenor),
Amsterdam Philharmonic Society Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Walter Goehr
10.40 Debussy, arr Stokowski Night in Granada National PO, conductor Leopold Stokowski
10.45 Falla Nights in the Gardens of Spain
Yvonne Loriod (piano), Paris Opera Orchestra, conductor Manuel Rosenthal
11.15 Soler Keyboard Sonatas: No 50 in C; No 58 in G; No 104 in D minor
Bob van Asperen (harpsichord)
11.25 Tippett Concerto for double string orchestra Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr
11.50 Soler Fandango Nikita Magaloff (piano)
5/5. Viareggio. Donald Macleod looks at the effect the First World War and its aftermath had on Puccini's life and music. He moved to a new villa at Viareggio, near Pisa, in 1921, and spent the last four years of his life producing what he regarded as his masterpiece: Turandot. II Tabarro (opening scene)
Renata Scotto (soprano), Placido Domingo , John Treleaven and Michel Sénéchal (tenors), Ingvar Wixell (baritone), Denis Wicks (bass), Ambrosian Opera Chorus, LSO, conductor Lorin Maazel Senza Mamma , o Bimbo (Suor Angelica)
Julia Varady (soprano), Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Marcello Viotti
Gianni Schicchi (Finale) Soloists, London
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Lorin Maazel Liu's Torture and Death (Turandot, Act 3)
Soloists, Vienna State Opera Chorus, Vienna PO, conductor Herbert von Karajan
Requiem Aeternam (Edgar) New York City Opera Children's Chorus, Schola Cantorum of New York, New York Opera Orchestra, conductor Eve Queler Repeated on Thursday at 12 midnight
4/4. A recital recorded at St George's Bristol last year. Presented by Chris de Souza.
Philippe Graffin (violin), Claire Desert (piano) Ravel Violin Sonata (1897)
Enescu Impressions d'Enfance Ravel Tzigane;
Habanera Granados , arr Kreisler Andaluza (Spanish Dance, Op 37 No
Presented by Louise Fryer.
Vaughan Williams Film music: The England of Elizabeth Chethams Chamber Choir, conductor Rumon Gamba
Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor
Stanislaw Bunin , conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier Cyril Scott Symphony No 3 (The Muses) Huddersfield Choral Society, conductor Martyn Brabbins
CBBC's Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson present music for a spy, a piece that's is shaken, not stirred, and a musical valentine.
Another chance to hear Julian Joseph 's examination of the legacy of the saxophonist
Johnny Hodges , who played with Duke Ellington from 1928 until his death in 1970, as well as leading his own band in the 1950s. With contributions from British saxophonist Peter King.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and a roundup of news from the arts world.
BBC Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican
Presented by Martin Handley.
Simon Trpceski (piano), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Richard Barrett No (Resistance and Vision, Part 1) (BBC Commission; first performance) Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 3
8.30 Twenty Minutes: The Bride from Odessa
Edgardo Cozarinsky's story, translated by Nick Caistor and abridged by Duncan Minshull , describes the lives of bold emigres heading for Argentina. Read by Sam Dastor.
8.50 Rachmaninov Symphony No I in D minor
Matthew Sweet talks to Paul Allen about his book Shepperton Babylon, which recounts the story of the rise of the British film-studio system. Producer Anne Marie Cole
Presented by Mark Russell and Robert Sandall and featuring an interview with Doseone and Dax Pierson , members of the San Fransisco-based group Subtle. Inspired by Can, De la Soul and Matmos as well as the work of Dylan Thomas and the Beat poets, their music is part hip-hop and part electro-acoustic experimentalism.
Huw Warren and Peter Herbert
Jez Nelson presents a concert recording of British pianist Huw Warren and Austrian bass virtuoso Peter Herbert.
With Jonathan Swain.
Massenet Le Jongleur de Notre-Dame
2.25 Faure Prelude in D minor, Op 103 No 5; Nocturne in [ minor, Op 107; Impromptu No 2 in F minor, Op 31
2.40 Strauss Suite: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme
3.15 Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 2 in G
4.00 0 Lindberg One Ought Not to Sleep; Starlight
4.05 Hesse Introduction, Theme and Variations in A,
Op 474.15 Liszt Prometheus 4.30 Duparc La Vague et la Cloche 4.35 Giustlni Piano Sonata in G, Op I No 7
4.50 Forster Sonata in B flat a 3 5.00 Van Bree Concert Overture in B minor 5.10 Carissimi Vanitas Vanitatum
5.20 Vivaldi Concerto da Camera in C, RV87
5.30 Saint-Saens Les Titans, Op 71 No 2
5.35 Pfitzner Symphony No 2 in C 5.55 Klami Helsinki March 6.00 Doppler Souvenir de Prague, Op 24
6.15 Schubert Schafers Klagelied, D121; Jagers Abendlied , D368; Der Alpenjager, D588b
6.25 Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 in C minor, K491