Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Valentini Concerto Grosso in G, Op 7 No 7 Ensemble 415, director
Chiara Banchini (violin) Alfven Swedish Rhapsody No 1, Op 19 (Midsummer Vigil) Iceland Symphony Orchestra, conductor Petri Sakari Balakirev Islamey Yefim Bronfman (piano)
8.30-10.00: Saint-Saens Clarinet Sonata in E flat, Op 167 James Campbell , John York (piano) Sibelius Piano Trio in C (Loviisa) Folke Grasbeck (piano), Jaakko Kuusisto (violin), Marko Ylonen (cello) Balakirev Tamara Philharmonia, conductor Yevgeni Svetianov
With Rob Cowan.
Bellini Ah! Del Tebro al Giogo Indegno (Norma) Ezio Pinza (bass), Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Giulio Setti
10.05 Rodqers Some Enchanted Evening (South Pacific) Ezio Pinza (bass), orchestra conducted by Salvatore dell'lsola
10.10 Musorqsky Death of Boris (Boris Godunov ) Ezio Pinza (bass), 20th Century Fox Symphony
Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Alfred Newman
10.15 Mahler Symphony No 3
Cornelia Kallisch (contralto), Europa Academy Chorus, Freiburg Cathedral Boys' Choir, South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Michael Gielen
2/5. The Warm South. Having decided to move to Italy, Henze described the day he drove south and crossed the frontier as the happiest day of his life. Donald Macleod explores Henze's first taste of Italy, and is joined by the composer to discuss the way his new-found expressive richness and lyricism was received by the avant-garde at Darmstadt.
Amaie Nu Ninno Cu Sudore e SWenfe (Five
Neapolitan Songs) Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Richard Kraus
La Selva Incantata; Nachtstucke und
Arien Michaela Kaune (soprano), North German Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Peter Ruzicka The Bassarids (excerpt) Kostas Paskalis (baritone), Vienna State Opera Chorus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Christoph von Dohnanyi Repeated on Monday at 12 midnight
Aldeburgh Festival 2005
1/4. This week Stephanie Hughes introduces a series of vocal and choral recitals from the Aideburgh Festival in Suffolk. Today's concert was recorded in Orford Church.
Mark Wilde (tenor), Craig Ogden (guitar), Andrew West (piano)
Purcell, arr Britten Let the Dreadful Engines of Eternal Will
Purcell, arr Tippett Evening Hymn Tippett Songs for Achilles; The Heart's Assurance
Britten Canticle No 1, Op 40 (My Beloved Is Mine)
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Ailish Tynan (mezzo), Thomas Trotter (organ), Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama Chamber Choir, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
A concert given in February at the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea. Presented by Graeme Kay. Ravel Shehe'razade
Alun Hoddinott Symphony No 7 (Organ) Vaughan Williams Sinfonia Antartica (Symphony No 7)
Today's music for younger listeners includes a song by Offenbach about a kiss, and Eric Coates 's march The Dam Busters. With Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson.
lain Burnside presents a selection from Wolf's Italian Song Book sung by soprano Ruth Ziesak and tenor Christoph Pregardien with pianist Helmut Deutsch , recorded at last year's Schwetzingen Festival in Germany.
Sean Rafferty with music and arts news.
Artistic director Thomas Ades conducts the Northern Sinfonia in the opening orchestral concert of the festival, recorded in the Snape Mattings , Suffolk, last week.
Featuring Ades's own Chamber Symphony and the first UK performance of Gerald Barry 's dialogue for solo trumpet and ensemble. Introduced by Stephanie Hughes.
Richard Martin (trumpet), Northern Sinfonia, conductor Thomas Ades
Gerald Barry L'Agitation des Observateurs, le
Tremblement des Voyeurs (first UK performance) Thomas Ades Chamber Symphony, Op 2 Ives Three Places in New England
Beethoven Symphony No 4 in B flat
Hille Perl (viola da gamba), Lee Santana
(theorbo) and Steve Player (guitar) improvise their way around music from 17th-century Italy. Matteis Aria Amorosa
Marais Les Folies d'Espagne
Santiago de Murcia Cumbees; La Jota
Paul Allen with another edition of the arts and ideas magazine. Producer Jerome Weatherald
Verity Sharp presents the extraordinary diatonic accordion playing of Norbert Pignol , and songs from Brian Eno 's imminent new release Another Day on Earth. Vietnamese musician Tran Ouang Hai plays Jew's harp, and Iranian group Jahle perform a lullaby recorded on the Persian Gulf.
3/5. The human voice seems to have been one of the richest sources of inspiration for
Vaughan Williams ; and the ways in which he used voices is a great part of his legacy. Donald Macleod dips into the vocal compositions of 1923-24. Repeated from Wednesday at 12 noon
With Louise Fryer.
II Pastor Fido. Cantus Colin perform madrigals on texts by Guarini, by Sigismondo d'lndia, Luca Marenzio , Heinrich Schutz , Monteverdi and others.
2.00 Mozart Sonata in F, K533 (arr Grieg for piano duet)
2.20 Haydn Symphony No 88 in G 2.40 lliev String
Quartet No 13.00 Raichev Symphony No 6 (Liturgical)
3.30 Mendelssohn Hora Est, Op 78 No 3 3.40 Bach
Violin Concerto in E, BWV1042 4.00 Mielck Finnish Suite, Op 10 4.15 Handel As Cheers the Sun (Joshua)
4.20 Biber Sonata No 12 a 8 (Sonatae Tam Aris Quam Aulis Serviente) 4.25 Busoni Alt' Italia (Seven Elegies)
4.35 Francoeur Cello Sonata in E
4.45 Benoit Tale in F 4.50 Corelli Concerto Grosso in F, Op 6 No 9 5.00 Pez Passacaglia and Aria 5.05 Brahms Academic Festival Overture 5.15 Buck Two Fairy Songs
5.25 Tchaikovsky Andante Cantabile, Op 115.30 Glinka Valse-Fantaisie in B minor 5.40 Prokofiev Paysage,
Op 59 No 2 Mozart Three Marches, K408 5.55 Geminiani Concerto Grosso No 3 in B minor (arr from Corelli, Op 3)
6.00 De Wert Madrigals Schutz Madrigals 6.10 Bach Allegro (Concerto in C, BWV1055) 6.15 Ibert Flute Concerto 6.35 Fodor Symphony No 4 in C minor