Sandy Burnett explores Mendelssohn's string quartets and melodie - romantic French song.
7.00-8.30: Debussy Trois Melodies de Verlaine Francois Le Roux (baritone), Noël Lee (piano)
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F BWV1047 Camerata of the 18th Century, director Konrad Hunteler Strauss Liebesszene (Feuersnot)
Bamberg SO, conductor Karl Anton Rickenbacher
8.30-10.00: Mendelssohn String Quartet in E flat, Op 12 MosaTques Quartet Tchaikovsky Capriccio Italien , Op 45 Bournemouth SO, conductor Andrew Litton Brahms Variations on a theme by Paganini, Op35 Julius Katchen (piano)
This week featuring Mozart violin sonatas and recordings by conductor Arthur Fiedler. Presented by Rob Cowan.
Loesser Hans Christian Andersen (excerpts)
Boston Pops Orchestra, conductor Arthur Fiedler
10.09 Mozart Violin Sonata in A, K526 Arthur Grumiaux , Clara Haskil (piano)
10.32 Grieg Peer Gynt Suite No 1; Solveig's Song (Peer Gynt Suite No 2) Boston Pops Orchestra, conductor Arthur Fiedler
10.51 Tippett String Quartet No 2 Zorian Quartet
11.13 Bach Agnus Dei (Mass in B minor)
Kathleen Ferrier (contralto), Boyd Neel Orchestra , conductor George Enescu
11.20 Liszt Piano Concerto No 2 in A Sviatoslav Richter , LSO, conductor Kyrill Kondrashin
11.43 Ibert Divertissement
Boston Pops Orchestra, conductor Arthur Fiedler
1/5. Romania to Paris. A look at the life and work of this Romanian composer, who died 50 years ago this week. A violin prodigy, Enescu's fame during his lifetime rested on his career as a virtuoso performer. But by his late teens he had already won royal patronage as a composer, in 1899 writing two works that proved a turning point in his music. Presented by Donald Macleod. Vieux Mendiant; Ruisselet au Fond du Jardin (Impressions d'Enfance, Op 28)
Anne Solomon (violin), Dominic Saunders (piano) Violin Sonata No 2, Op 6 (3rd mvt)
Adelina Oprean , Justin Oprean (piano) Octet, Op 7 (orchestral version)
Kremerata Baltica, director Gidon Kremer
Producer Megan Jones Repeated on Sunday at 12 midnight
U Russian and Spanish songs, live from
London's Wigmore Hall. With Verity Sharp. Galina Gorchakova (soprano), lain Burnside (piano)
Rimsky-Korsakov The Lark Sings Louder Op 43 No 1, Not the Wind, Blowing from the Heights, Op 43 No 2; The Beauty, Op 51 No 4 Medtner Sleeplessness, Op 37 No 1,
The Ravens, Op 52 No 2; Serenade, Op 52 No 6 Granados La Maja Dolorosa
Rachmaninov Arion, Op 34 No 5; The Migrant Wind, Op 34 No 4;
Music, Op 34 No 8; I Wait for Thee, Op 14 No 1 Turina Poema en Forma de Canciones, Op 19
Each day this week, Edward Seckerson introduces a work for soprano and orchestra. Rossini Overture: William Tell
Conductor Gianandrea Noseda
Strauss Four Last Songs
Rebecca Evans (soprano), conductor Jason Lai Beethoven Symphony No 3 in E flat (Eroica) Conductor Gianandrea Noseda
Ancient Spanish music, some marching trolls and some traditional Welsh music. Presented by Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson.
To mark the release of Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith later this month, Tommy Pearson plays science-fiction film music.
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An update of news from the arts world, plus a selection of music on CD, with Petroc Trelawny.
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
In this concert, part of the South Bank Centre's series A Generous Spirit: Mendelssohn the Musician, two of Mendelssohn's best-known works frame music by composers he knew and admired: Robert Schumann and Niels Gade.
Recorded last Friday at the Royal Festival Hall, London, and presented by Christopher Cook. Steven Isserlis (cello), conductor Mark Elder Mendelssohn Overture: The Hebrides
Gade Symphony No 6 in G minor
Schumann Cello Concerto in A minor
Mendelssohn Symphony No 4 in A (Italian)
Nash Ensemble: Ian Brown (piano), Marianne Thorsen and Arisa Fujita (violins), Lawrence Power (viola), Paul Watkins (cello)
Mark-Anthony Turnage Slide Stride
The tail-end of the 20th century saw an unprecedented investment in attention-grabbing, hi-tech arts buildings across the UK. But five years on, how have these millennium projects fared?
Paul Allen talks to architects, critics and directors as he visits the Lowry in Salford Quays, the New Art Gallery, Walsall, and the second-biggest free tourist attraction in the country, Tate Modern , where he reflects on the last five years with gallery director Nicholas Serota. Producer Jerome Weatherald
Selections from the Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) archive of classic musique concrete; traditional music from Burma; and the 14th-century world of Guillaume de Machaut. Presented by Verity Sharp.
2/5. Boccherini's contribution to the development of chamber music was innovative and extensive, as Donald Macleod shows. Rptd from Tue at 12 noon
Presented by Jonathan Swain.
Mozart String Quartet in B flat, K589 Dvorak String Sextet in A, Op 48 1.55 Bruckner Te Deum in C
2.20 Mendelssohn Double Concerto in D minor
2.55 Liszt Après une Lecture de Dante
3.15 Telemann Sonata in A 3.24 Nielsen Symphony No4 (Inextinguishable) 4.00 Rautavaara Departure Sibelius Finlandia Hymn Kajanus Finnish Rhapsody No 1
4.10 Howells Organ Rhapsody, Op 17 No 14.20 Vaughan Williams Norfolk Rhapsody No 14.30 Scott Lotus Land, Op 47 No 4.35 Squire Tarantella 4.40 Purcell Let the Dreadful Engines (Don Quixote ) 5.50 Britten Fanfare for St Edmundsbury 4.50 Vaszy Comedy Overture
5.00 Bartok Violin Rhapsody No 1 5.05 Odak Madrigal , Op 11
5.15 Grieq Overture: In Autumn, Op II
5.25 Chaminade Automne, Op 35 No 2
5.35 Herberigs Die Winter is Verganghen (Old Dutch Songs)
5.35 Strauss Stimmungsbilder , Op 9
6.00 Schubert Die Burgschaft, D246 6.15 Noskowskl Symphony No 3 in F (From Spring to Spring)