This week Penny Gore features the six quartets that Mozart dedicated to Haydn and music for piano and orchestra.
7.00-8.30: Stanford Fantasy in A minor
Stephen Stirling (horn), RTE Vanbrugh Quartet Clara Schumann Variations on a theme by Robert Schumann , Op 20 Konstanze Eickhorst (piano) Finzi Eclogue, Op 10 Piers Lane (piano), Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley Debussy Songs from the Vasnier Song-Book Dawn Upshaw (soprano), James Levine (piano)
8.30-10.00: Mozart String Quartet in G, K387 Emerson Quartet Benjamin Britten Diversions, Op 21 Julius Katchen (piano), London Symphony Orchestra conducted by the composer
With Rob Cowan. Featuring Handel concerti grossi and recordings by pianist Solomon. Handel Concerto Grosso in B flat, Op 3 No 1 Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
10.15 Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No I in B flat minor Solomon, Halle Orchestra , conductor Hamilton Harty
10.50 W Lawes Fantazia First; Humour;
Serabrand; Fantazia Second Jonathan Dunford , Silvia Abramowicz and Silvie Mocquet (lyra viols)
11.00 Chopin Fantaisie in F minor, Op 49 Solomon (piano)
11.15 Handel Concerto Grosso in C, HWV318 (Alexander's Feast) Philomusica of London, conductor Granville Jones
11.30 Pfitzner Three Preludes (Palestrina) Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler
1/5. A Musical Legend. Donald Macleod talks to Jeremy Summerly about some of the myths that surround the name of Palestrina, one of the most important composers of the age of Renaissance counterpoint.
Agnus Dei No 2 (Missa Brevis)
Tallis Scholars, directed by Peter Phillips Stabat Mater
Musica Contexta , director Simon Ravens Kyrie; Gloria (Missa Papae Marcelli)
Oxford Camerata, director Jeremy Summerly Si Ignoras Te (Canticum Canticorum)
Oxford Camerata, director Jeremy Summerly Vox Dilecti Me/; Surge, Propera Arnica; Surge,
Arnica Mea (Canticum Canticorum) Cambridge Singers, director John Rutter
Adiuro Vos Filiae (Canticum Canticorum)
Pro Cantione Antiqua , director Bruno Turner Sanctus (Missa Papae Marcelli)
Oxford Camerata, director Jeremy Summerly Producer Chris Taylor Repeated on Sunday at 12 midnight
Live from Wigmore Hall in London.
Presented by Fiona Talkington. Trio Fontenay
Schubert Piano Trio in E flat, D929
Eastern Promise - BBC Symphony Orchestra This week Edward Seckerson introduces music influenced by the East.
Stravinsky Scherzo Fantastique Conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste
Debussy Nocturnes BBC Symphony Chorus Women's Voices, conductor David Robertson Raitfo Fantasia Poetica
Conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste
Britten Ballet suite: The Prince of the Pagodas Conductor Leonard Slatkin
Secret Love: Doris Day
Edward Seckerson offers a celebration of one of the great singing actresses with performances from Calamity Jane and The Pajama Game, and perhaps her best-known song, Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera).
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Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and updates on the news from the arts world.
A concert celebrating the creative work of Benjamin Britten , given in the library of his home, the Red House, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, by musicians who have particular associations with Britten and Aideburgh. Featuring tributes to Purcell, settings of foreign texts, and Britten's first and last works for string quartet. Presented by Petroc Trelawny . Mark Padmore (tenor), Malcolm Martineau (piano), Brodsky Quartet
Purcell, ed Britten Chacony in G minor Britten String Quartet in F (1928); Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo, Op 22
Purcell, arr Britten A Morning Hymn; Music for a While; Evening Hymn
Britten Six Hdlderlin Fragments, Op 61; String Quartet No 3, Op 94
Though best known as a playwright. August
Strindberg often turned to painting when words failed him or his personal life was under pressure. Now, for the first time in this country, Tate Modern in London has devoted a show to his artwork, which includes photography and illustrated manuscripts as well as paintings. Paul Allen takes a look. Producer ZahidWarley
Fiona Talkington presents music for
St Valentine's Day, including Serge Gainsbourg 's Pauvre Lola , a love chant from Bulgaria, Amon Tobin 's Nightlife, Alison Krauss with Every Time You Say Goodbye and tracks from the new album by the Tord Gustavsen Trio.
2/5. Milan. Donald Macleod relates how
Puccini's second opera, Edgar, did not match the success of his first, Le Villi. But his third, Manon Lescaut , was a massive success, establishing his international standing as an opera composer. Repeated from Tuesday at 12 noon
Presented by Louise Fryer.
Geijer Sonata in F minor for piano duo; The Viking; The Little Charcoal-Burner; Mignonette; My Politics; On New Year's Day; Speech and Silence; The Night Sky; The Little Knifegrinder; Violin Sonatina in A flat Midnight Fantasy; Piano Quartet in E minor 2.25 Mozetich Postcards from the Sky 2.40 CPE Bach Die Israeliten in der Wuste, Wq238
4.00 Handel Lascia Ch'lo Pianga (Rinaldo); Ombra Mai Fu (Xerxes) (arr for oboe) 4.05 Byrd Pavana Lachrimae
4.15 S Rossi Sinfonia Grave a 5; Tu Parti, Ahi Lasso! 4.20 FBrster Sonata 4.30 Debussy, transcr Cole Beau Soir; Prelude a la Damoiselle Due 4.35 Poulenc Les Chemins de I'Amour; C 4.40 Kodaly Viennese Clock; Entrance of the Emperor and His Courtiers (Hary Janos ) 4.45 Godowskl Old Vienna (Triakontameron) 4.50 Arban, arr Stanhope Fantasy and Variations on a cavatina from
Beatrice di Tenda 5.00 Debussy Prélude a I'Apres-Midi d'un Faune
5.10 Norman Asyl ; Trube Maitage 5.15 Lucic Elegy 5.20 Chausson Pavane andForlane, Op 26 5.30 Gesualdo Miserere 5.45 Rimsky-Korsakov Capriccio Espagnol
6.00 Brahms Piano Trio No 3 in C minor, Op 1016.20
Praetorius Deutsches Magnificat 6.35 Lassus Timor et Tremor 6.35 Karlowicz Lithuanian Rhapsody, Op 11