This week Sandy Burnett features the works of the virtuosic composer pianists of the 19th and 20th centuries, a selection of trumpet concertos, and music linked to particular places around the UK.
7.00-8.30: Valente Gallarda Napolitana Hesperion XXI, director Jordi Savall Peter
Maxwell Davies Farewell to Stromness Performed by the composer (piano) Sibelius The Swan of Tuone/a; Lemminkainen's Return (Lemminkainen Suite) Halle Orchestra, conductor John Barbirolli
8.30-10.00: Neruda Trumpet Concerto in E flat Crispian Steele-Perkins, ECO, conductor Antony Halstead Donizetti Regnava nel Silenzio (Lucia di Lammermoor, Act 1) Edita Gruberova (soprano), Diana Montague (mezzo), LSO, conductor
Richard Bonynge Bruch Scottish Fantasy Itzhak Perlman (violin), New Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Jesus Lopez-Cobos
With Rob Cowan. This week featuring Dvorak and Smetana piano music and recordings by Guido Cantelli.
10.00 Smetana Memories of Pilsen
Ivan Moravec (piano)
10.05 Listener request: Rossini Overture: Le Siège de Corinthe Santa Cecilia Academy Orchestra, conductor Guido Cantelli
10.16 Listener request: Dohnanyi
String Quartet No 2, Op 15 Curtis Quartet
10.43 Smetana Piano Sonata in G minor
Vera Repkova (piano)
11.16 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4 in F minor NBC SO, conductor Guido Cantelli
1/5. In the course of his career, Gluck wrote over 50 operas but only a handful are performed today. Yet he is regarded as a major figure in the development of modern opera. This week Donald Macleod looks at his life and music.
La Clemenza di Tito (excerpts)
Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo), Berlin Early Music Academy, director Bernhard Forck Le Cinesi (excerpts)
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis Orchestra, conductor Rene Jacobs
L'lnnocenza Giustificata Cappella Coloniensis , director Christopher Moulds
Don Juan Tafelmusik , conductor Bruno Weil
Producer Deborah Preston Repeated on Sunday at 12 midnight
Anne Sofie Von
Live from Cadogan Hall, London. Presented by Stephanie Hughes. Thomas Allen (baritone),
Imogen Cooper (piano), Royal Quartet Faure L'Horizon Chimérique Barber Dover Beach
Warlock Ha 'nacker Mill; The Night; My Own Country and other songs
Plus a selection of traditional sea-songs, including Tom Bowling and Trade Winds. Repeated on Saturday at 12 noon
First Night of the Proms
Indra Thomas (soprano), Christine Rice (mezzo), Ian Bostridge (tenor), Willard White (bass),
Janine Jansen (violin), BBC Symphony Chorus, BBC SO, conductor Roger Norrington Berlioz Overture: The Corsair
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor
Elgar Overture: Cockaigne (In London Town) Tippett A Child of Our Time Repeated from Friday
A short series of the most-requested editions of the programme this season begins with another chance to hear the great Finnish soprano Karita Mattila in conversation with Edward Seckerson at London's Royal Opera House. Including music from Mozart's Don Giovanni , Strauss's Elektra, Tchaikovsky's Queen of Spades and Verdi's Don Carlos. ADDRESS: Stage and Screen, Room 220,
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Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Antonio Pappano conducts a concert performance of the new Covent Garden production of the second opera in Wagner's Ring cycle, starring Placido Domingo and Bryn Terfel. The plot surrounds Siegmund and Sieglinde's incestuous love affair and Wotan's decision to punish his warrior daughter, Brunnhilde, when she defends them. Presented by Christopher Cook.
Royal Opera House Orchestra, conductor Antonio Pappano Acti
6.05 Interval: Return to Berlin
George Brandt left his home town of Berlin as a teenager in 1933. In 2002 he was invited to return under a scheme run by the city as a gesture of reconciliation to Berlin exiles around the world.
6.30 Act 2
8.05 Interval: Nietzsche in Basel
Jonathan Ree travels to Basel in the footsteps of the young Nietzsche, an optimistic young man overflowing with ideas - many of which he discussed with his close friend Richard Wagner.
9.00 Act 3
This performance of Die Walkure can be seen on BBC4 at 7.30pm
Rebecca de Pont
Music by Ensemble Bash and Greek rebetika master Markos Vamvakaris , and a performance of Le Tombeau pour Marais le Cadet by Marin Marais, selected by Verity Sharp.
2/5. Donald Macleod introduces the musicals that established Porter's reputation as one of the top songwriters of his day. Rptd from Tuesday
With John Shea. Telemann Fantasia No 6 in D minor for oboe
Bach Cello Suite No 4 in E flat, BWV1010 1.32 Schubert
Der Hirt aufdem Felsen, D965 Ustvol'skaya Piano Sonata No 41.57 Prevorcek Pieta 2.14 Dubois Chant Pastoral
2.19 Bartok Violin Concerto No 1 2.41 Brahms Symphony No I in C minor 3.30 JCF Bach Ino 4.00 Haydn Presto
(Piano Concerto in F, H XVIII 3) 4.04 Handel, arr Halvorsen Passacaglia in G minor 4.13 Corelli Trio Sonata in G minor
4.20 Janequin and A Gabrlell Martin Menoit Son Porceau
4.25 Bernardi Canzona , Op 12 No 2 4.29 D Scarlatti
Sinfonia in G 4.32 Froberqer Lament for Ferdinando IV
4.41 Debussy Rêverie: Minuet 4.49 Kapp To the Sun 5.00 Enna Overture: The Match Girl 5.06 Schumann Fairy Tales, Op 132 5.21 Fitelberg The Song about a Falcon 5.34 Crawford Organ Scherzo Lopatnlkov Piano Scherzo 5.40 Fux Laudate Dominum 5.45 CPE Bach Variations on La Folia, Wq118 No 9
5.53 0 Lindberg Starlight Hakanson Brusala 6.01 Handel Concerto Grosso in B flat, Op 3 No 6.11 Meulemans Five Piano Pieces 6.30 Strauss Metamorphosen