Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00 8.00 Tchaikovsky, orch GlazunovSouvenir d'un Lieu Cher, Op 42
Chopin Scherzo No 1 in B minor, Op 20
8.00 9.00 Verdi Quale d'Armi Fragor Poc'Anzi Intesi ?... Di Quella Pira (II Trovatore, Part 3) Poulenc Clarinet Sonata
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Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's classical music CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library Jonathan Swain recommends a recording of Janacek's Taras Bulba from those currently available on CD.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Lowri Blake reviews recent string quartet releases, including Debussy and Zemlinsky from the Cuarteto Casals , Tchaikovsky from the Brodsky Quartet, and a complete Mendelssohn cycle from the Emerson Quartet.
11.15 Andrew McGregor talks to conductor Jean-Claude Casadesus about musical life in a French industrial city, how he brought the Lille Orchestra back from the brink, and their new recording of Canteloube's Songs of the Auvergne.
11.45 The Listening Booth: Your chance to request some of the latest CD releases from the list on the programme website .
12.30 Disc of the Week: Britten Death in Venice, Op 88 (excerpt) Philip Langridge (tenor), Alan Opie (baritone), Michael Chance (alto), BBC Singers, City of London Sinfonia/Richard Hickox
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Bach Lucie Skeaping looks at some of the composers who most influenced the music of Bach.
Richard Strauss conceived his late masterpiece for 23 solo strings as a memorial for a lost musical culture. Charles Hazlewood and his ensemble
Excellent Device explore the musical detail behind this very personal work, revealing how strongly the shadow of Beethoven is cast over the music.
Lucy Duran visits the village of Clejani in Romania to hear music by local Gypsy musicians. She also meets flute player Grigore Lese , who is keeping alive the rural traditions of Transylvania.
2/2. The concert celebrating the fifth birthday of Jazz Line-Up concludes with guest soloists joining the rhythm section of Paul Harrison (piano) Mario Caribe (bass) and John Rae (drums). Helen Mayhew presents.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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The Joy of Sax
3/3. Concluding his history of the saxophone, Courtney Pine shows how the saxophone was found to be ideally suited to free-form jazz with its fluid, stream-of-consciousness improvising, and how it has become firmly established in popular music. Producer David Perry
Live from the Met: Tosca
Puccini's opera about an opera singer,
Floria Tosca , who thinks she knows how to outwit the notorious Baron Scarpia, the vicious police chief of Rome. He's out to get her lover Cavaradossi for helping an escaped prisoner, and, in turn, to get her for himself. They strike a bargain to spare Cavaradossi's life, but Tosca murders Scarpia rather than submit to him. Scarpia has his revenge from the grave when the mock execution of Cavaradossi turns out to be real. Presented from New York by Margaret Juntwait.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor James Conlon Act
Joe Oueenan visits Times Square, a square that is not a square, named after a newspaper that has not occupied it for almost one hundred years.
Thor Eckert puts listeners' questions to students from the Juilliard, Manhattan and Mannes conservatories of music in New York.
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9.05 Act 3
Ian McMillan presents a new short story from
Irish playwright Billy Roche , and a performance from Ken Campbell.
Another chance to hear the last of pianist Susan Bradshaw , who died earlier this year. Edison Denisov Reflections
Dmitri Smirnov The Seven Angels of William Blake
Sarah Walker presents two concerts given by the BBC Philharmonic in Manchester last December. BBC Philharmonic, conductor James MacMillan Richard Norris Further Musings
Richard FitzHugh These Are the Little Things.... lain Matheson Every Moment Alters Eneko Vadillo Mutara
And Peter Maxwell Davies conducts a selection of his own pieces inspired by his childhood memories of Salford, including Spinning Jenny, Throstles Nest Junction and Swinton Jig.
With Jonathan Swain. Dvorak Symphony No 8 in G
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique)
2.25 Moscheles Grandes Variations sur la Marche Favorite de I'Empereur Alexandre I, Op 32 2.40 Schenck Viola da Gamba Sonata in A minor, Op 9 No 2 3.05 Bach Prelude and Fugue in C, BWV846; Prelude and Fugue in C minor,
BWV847 (Well-Tempered Klavier) 3.15 JCF Bach Pygmalion
3.45 Vanhal Symphony in A minor 4.05 Popper Hungarian Fantasy, Op 68 4.10 Orban Cor Mundum 4.20 Gluck The Dance of the Blessed Spirits (Orfeo ed Euridice) 4.25 Bergh Rondeau , Op 3 4.30 Mozart Symphony No 23 in D, K181
4.40 Verdi 0 Padre Nostro 4.50 Leclair Allegro (Violin Concerto in F Op 10 No 4) 5.00 Raimbaut de Vaqeiras Aras Pot Horn Conoiser e Proar Anon Tant Es Gay
Vaqeiras Guerras Ni Platz No Son Bos; No Magrad'lverns
5.10 Goleminov Harvest 5.15 Tchaikovsky Marche Slave
5.25 7.00 Jarnovic Violin Concerto No 1 in A 5.45 Purcell Four Dances (Abdelazer) 5.50 Handel Saro Qual Vento Che nell Incendio Spira (Alessandro) 5.52 Van Bree Overture: Le Bandit 6.00 Couperin, arr Bartok Les Baricades Misterieuses; Les Fastes de la Grande et Ancienne
Menestrandise (excerpt): Le Moucheron 6.05 Novak Piano Trio, Op 27 (Quasi una Ballata) 6.25 Beethoven Piano
Sonata in F minor. Op2 No 16.40 Sibelius Song of the Earth