Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Hoffmeister Clarinet Quartet in A
Dieter Klocker (clarinet), Members of the Vlach Quartet Balakirev Piano Concerto No 1 in F sharp Howard Shelley, BBC Philharmonic/Vassily Sinaisky
8.00-9.00: Bartok Rhapsody No 1
Kyung-Wha Chung (violin), CBSO/Simon Rattle Michael Torke An American Abroad
Royal Scottish National Orchestra/Marin Alsop
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Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's classical music CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library Revisited: Anticipating Monday's Prom, another chance to hear Piers Burton-Page 's 2003 survey of the recordings then available of Hoist's suite The Planets.
10.15 Piers Burton-Page presents an update of more recent issues of Hoist's suite The Planets.
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National Youth Orchestra Sinfonietta, conductor Paul Watkins
Lutoslawski Chain 1
John Woolrich After the Clock
Copland Ballet: Appalachian Spring Rptd from Mon
Andrew Manze continues his occasional journey through the music of Sweden with a focus on the "Swedish troubadour" tradition and the development of Swedish song. With songs by the 17th-century Gustaf Duben and the 18th-century Carl Michael Bellman , performed by soprano
Anna Emilsson and baritone Mikael Samuelsson.
... and All That Jazz
1/3. Charles Hazlewood begins an exploration of the impact made by jazz and dance music on European music during the 1920s and 30s. He's joined by soprano Tara Harrison , tenor Alan Oke and the BBC Concert Orchestra for an audience workshop on the highly personal music that Kurt Weill composed for Georg Kaiser 's 1933 anti-Third Reich play-with-music, DerSilbersee.
Womad Festival 2005
A performance by singer Farida and the Iraqi Maqam Ensemble, recorded at last weekend's festival of world music and dance in Reading.
Iraq has one of the richest of Arab classical music traditions, and Farida, a graduate of the Baghdad Music Institute, is acclaimed as one of its leading exponents. Introduced by Lucy Duran.
Helen Mayhew chats with French singer and songwriter Mina Agossi.
Presented by Geoffrey Smith.
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Rhythm 'n'Jews - the Story of Klezmer
2/4. The Hidden Light. In the early years of the 20th century, Klezmer arrived in America and encountered jazz. Two clarinettists competed for klezmer supremacy: the clean-cut Russian Dave Tarras and Polish wild man Naftule Brandwein , and an unexpected craze for Yiddish swing infected the jazz world. Linton Chiswick continues his history and talks to the great pianist and reed player Pete Sokolow , who played with Tarras in his latter years. Producer Kathryn Willgress
4/9. As the Edinburgh Fringe Festival begins tomorrow, Kit and the Widow flick through the programme to suggest a few of the cabaret highlights on show. Producer Lyndon Jones
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. In their annual visit to the Proms, the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain perform an all-English programme, including an "exotic showpiece" by the orchestra's composer-in-residence, Paul Patterson. Presented by Tommy Pearson.
National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Paul Patterson Orchestra on Parade
Tippett Ritual Dances (The Midsummer Marriage)
8.00 Twenty Minutes: The Magician's Wand Wands can be traced back to Ancient Egypt, when magicians used sticks to summon and control powerful beings. The conductor's baton has the power to create harmony out of chaos.
Peggy Reynolds looks at two creative uses of the simple stick, with the help of Kevin Jackson , Tanya Peixoto and Marina Warner.
8.20 Elgar Symphony No 1 in A flat Repeated on Monday 15 August at 2pm
"At the age of ten ... put my arm above my head and kept it there. Now 30 years on, I'm so full of meaning, it's killing me." This study of bloody-mindedness, modern art and how the things we do when we're ten stick with us for life is written and performed by Tim Crouch and features Owen Crouch within a soundscape by Chris Dorley-Brown . Producer Toby Swift
Morgan Hayes Dark Room Mark van der Wiel (clarinet), conductor Martyn Brabbins Silvina Milstein TigresAzules Conducted by Oliver Knussen
van Der Wiel
April's new music festival in Sligo focused on composer and director Andrew Toovey and his ensemble Ixion. Alongside pieces by Toovey himself, Ixion also play music by Aldo Clementi , Michael Finnissy and Judith Weir. Plus: Andrew Toovey Viola Concerto (first performance; BBC commission)
Lawrence Power , BBCSSO, conductor Henrik Schaefer Diana Burrell Viola Concerto Jane Atkins ,
Northern Sinfonia, conductor John Lubbock
With John Shea. Mahler Symphony No 8 (Symphony of a Thousand) 2.25 Bach Violin Partita No 2 in D minor, BWV1004 2.51 Tchaikovsky The Seasons, Op37b
3.34 Haydn String Quartet in G, Op 77 No 13.59 Chabrier Espana 4.06 Falla Ritual Fire Dance (El Amor Brujo)
4.10 Cassado Requiebros 4.15 Julian Plaza Tango:
Danzarin 4.21 Verdi Cortigiani. VilRazza (Rigoletto, Act 3)
4.25 Franc.aix Eight Exotic Dances 435 Smit Concerto for piano and wind 4.49 Debussy Cello Sonata 5.00 Dvorak Legend in C. Op 59 No 4 5.06 Mozart, Die Zauberfldte (excerpts) (arr Danzi for two cellos) 5.16 Forster Viri
Israelite 5.33 CPE Bach Fantaisie in C minor, Wq 63 No 6
5.37 Mendelssohn Overture: The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) 5.50 Leschetlzky Andante Finale (Lucia di
Lammermoor) (arr for piano, left hand) 5.55
Debussy Danse Sacree et Danse Profane 6.05 Vierne Cello Sonata in B minor, Op 27 6.28 Faure En Prière 6.31 Sibelius
Suite: Rakastava 6.44 Brahms Four Songs for women's voices, two horns and harp, Op 17