Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Nielsen Overture: Helios Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Esa Pekka Salonen -Severac Ménétriers et
Glaneuses (Cerdana) Jordi Maso (piano) Berwald Reminiscences of the Norwegian Mountains Danish National SO, conductor Thomas Dausgaard Hoist Hammersmith
European Winds, conductor Geoffrey Brand
Liszt Aux Cypres de la Villa d'Este II (Annees de Pèlerinage, Annee3) Stephen Hough (piano)
8.30-10.00: Dvorak String Quartet Movement in F Panocha Quartet Mozart Piano Sonata in C minor, K457 Ronald Brautigam Copland Ballet: Appalachian Spring (original version, 1944) Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra , conductor Hugh Wolff
With Jonathan Swain.
Gade Overture: Echoes ofOssian Danish
National Radio SO, conductor King Frederik IX
10.15 Bizet Je Vais Danser en Votre Honneur.... Non! Tu Ne M'aimes Pas! (Carmen, Act 2) Grace
Bumbry (soprano), Jon Vickers (tenor), Paris Opera Orchestra, conductor Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos
10.30 Rawsthorne Theme and Variations Peter Sheppard Skaerved and Christine Sohn (violins)
10.47 Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish) Orchestra of the 18th Century, director Frans Briiggen
11.29 Szymanowski Notturno e Tarantella, Op 28 Ida Haendel (violin), Adela Kotowska (piano)
11.40 Wagner Ein Schwert verheiss mir der Vater....
Wintersturmewichendem Wonnemond (Die Walkure, Act 1) Jon Vickers (tenor), Gre Brouwenstein (soprano), London
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Erich Leinsdorf
Bizet Je Vais
3/5. Today Donald Macleod looks at the works
Dohnanyi wrote in Budapest during the interwar years, including his Sextet and the symphonic Ruralia Hungarica.
Concert Etudes, Op 28 Nos 2,5 and 6 Markus Pawlik (piano)
Pastorale on a Hungarian Christmas Song, Op 18 Martin Roscoe (piano)
Sextet (3rd and 4th mvts) Endymion Ensemble Ruralia Hungarica
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Matthias Bamert
Repeated on Tuesday at 12 midnight
St Magnus Festival
2/4. Linda Ormiston introduces a concert given in Stromness Town Hall as part of Orkney's midsummer festival.
Hebrides Ensemble, conductor Tom Seligman John Bevan-Baker Duo for oboe and cello
Britten Phantasy, Op 2
Nigel Osborne Balkan Dances and Laments Mozart Oboe Quartet in F K370
John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Philharmonia
Baroque Orchestra, conductor Nicholas McGegan Rameau Suite: Les Paladins
Handel Where'er You Walk (Semele);
Waft Her, Angels; His Mighty Arm (Jephtha) Rameau Chaconne; Prelude and Air:
Lieux Funestes ; Recitative andAriette: Ou Suis-Je ?... Hâtons-Nous, Courons a la Gloire (Dardanus) Handel Water Music: Suite No 1 in F
Repeated from Tuesday 2 August
From Worcester Cathedral during the Three Choirs Festival. Introit: Christus Factus Est
(Bruckner). Responses: Tomkins. Psalms:
23,24 (Tomkins, Thalben Ball). First Reading: 2 Kings 4, vv18-37. Canticles for five voices (Tallis). Second Reading: Luke 20, vv27-40. Anthem: Loquebantur Variis Linguis (Tallis).
Hymn: How Shall Sing That Majesty (Third Mode). Organ Voluntary: Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, BWV562 (Bach). Combined Cathedral Choirs of Worcester, Hereford and Gloucester, director Adrian Lucas. Organist Christopher Allsop.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of arts news, guests and music.
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Award-winning Korean composer Unsuk Chin 's song cycle snagS and Snarls, with words from Lewis Carroll 's Alice in Wonderland, receives its European debut tonight. Presented by Christopher Cook.
Christiane Oelze (soprano), Berlin Deutsches
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Kent Nagano Weber Overture: Der Freischutz
Unsuk Chin snagS and Snarls (first European performance)
8.10 Twenty Minutes: The Adverb
Paul Farley presents another in the series of literary performances, recorded in front of a live audience at Cadogan Hall, in which leading writers choose their favourite writings and read their own specially commissioned work on the Proms' themes of the sea and fairy tales.
8.30 Bruckner Symphony No 6 in A Repeated on Monday 22 August
2/4. Uganda. Zeinab Badawi continues her journey through the countries connected by the Nile. In 1862 British explorer John Hanning
Speke claimed to have found the source of the White Nile at the then unnamed Lake Victoria in Uganda. What led to this claim, and what have
Ugandans then and now made of the discovery? Part 3 is broadcast tomorrow at 9.30pm
Late-evening listening with Verity Sharp , including ceremonial music from Indonesia's Batak musicians, pieces by William Byrd and the Blind Boys of Alabama, and and bansuri flautist Ronu Majumdar plays Raag Bhairav with Durga Prasad on the Hindustani drum called the pakhawaj.
4/5. Donald Macleod describes Louis XIV's grands divertissements at Versailles, where entertainment and extravagance was a way of life. Repeated from Thursday at 12 noon
With Louise Fryer. Marking the 50th anniversary year of the death of Enescu, recordings of his orchestral and chamber works from the archives of Romanian Radio.
Enescu Romanian Poem, Op 1; Symphony No 1 in minor
2.04 Graeme Koehne To His Servant, Bach, God Grants a Final Glimpse: the Morning Star 2.08 Haydn Variations on the Hymn Gott erhafte 2.16 Beethoven String Trio in E flat, Op 3 2.58 Hummel Rondo Brillant in A, Op 56
3.19 Brahms Serenade No I in D, Op 114.06 Frescobaldi Toccata Quarta (II Secondo Libro) 4.11 Huyqens Cognovi Domine; Quomodo Dilexi ; Erravi, Domine 4.21 Magi House of Wind 4.30 Franck Prelude , Fugue and Variation 4.42 Glazunov Chant du Menestrel, Op 714.47 Uszt St Francis of Assisi Preaching to the Birds (Legends) 5.00 Avison, after D Scarlatti Concerto Grosso No 2 in G 5.13 CPE Bach Piano Sonata in E minor, Wq 59 No 15.22 Cavalli Plainsong Antiphon and Magnificat 5.41 Villa-Lobos Guitar Prelude No in in minor 5.45 Delius Prelude: Irmelin 5.51 Tormis
Spring Sketches 534 Enescu Violin Sonata No 3, Op 25 (dans le Caractere Populaire Roumain) (2nd and 3rd mvts) 6.12 Ravel Piano Concerto in G 6.36 Kodaly Suite: HaryJanos