Presented by Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Zelenka Regina Coeli Laetare
Malcolm Arnold Four Scottish Dances, Op 59
8.00-9.00: Widor Toccata (Organ Symphony No 5 in F minor)
Khachaturian Suite: Masquerade
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Andrew McGregor plays new CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library Revisited: Another chance to hear Jeremy Sams 's 1999 survey of the recordings then available of Ravel's
Sheherazade. And, at 10.15, Sams returns to the studio with an update of more recent recordings of the work. (Ravel's Sheherazade features in BBC Proms 2005 on Wednesday at 7pm.)
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Lars Vogt (piano)
Brahms Intermezzo in E flat, Op 117 No 1
Tatjana Komarova Tanzemit verbundenen Augen Schubert Piano Sonata in B flat, D960 Rptd from Mon
Early Music Network International Young
Artists' Competition: Final
This year's competition was held last month at the York Early Music Festival. Catherine Bott introduces highlights.
...and All That Jazz
3/3. Charles Hazlewood concludes his exploration of the impact made by jazz on European music during the 1920s and 30s with a profile of the English composer Constant Lambert, born in 1905. Two of Lambert's youthful piano works, the Elegiac Blues and the precocious Piano Concerto are illustrated by David Owen Norris and the BBC Concert Orchestra. Plus Lambert's arrangement of William Walton 's overture
Portsmouth Point. Lambert is one of the subjects of Composers of the Week, Monday-Friday at 12 noon
1/2. Moshe Morad visits Israel to find out how the country's diverse ethnic makeup influences its music. He records the coffee-grinding music of Bedouins on Mount Tabor, and attends a peace festival by the Sea of Galilee, where he meets world-music diva Noa and Palestinian rap group Dam. Plus an introduction to central bus station music, and a session from chart-topping Ethiopians in Tel Aviv. Concludes next week Waterproof wind-up radio: page 133
Live from the grounds of Fettes College as part of the Edinburgh Jazz Fringe Weekend, Helen Mayhew presents music from trumpeter Colin Steele and his band.
Presented by Geoffrey Smith.
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4/4. Jews and the Abstract Truth
Linton Chiswick charts the reinvention of klezmer, one of the world's most lively and evocative folk forms, through its contemporary fusion with soul, punk, rock and jazz. In the US, for example, one of the bestselling klezmer musicians is the African-American jazz clarinettist Don Byron. But how do such radical fusions reflect and inform global changes in Jewish identity? Producer Kathryn Willgress
6/9. Kit and the Widow explore the rich and colourful field of storytelling and the ballad, with the help of Paul Hull , Stephen Barlow and Joanna Lumley. Producer Lyndon Jones
CLive from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
The annual performance of Beethoven's
Choral symphony is paired with a colourful work for large orchestra by Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina. Presented by Rob Cowan.
Christine Goerke (soprano), Jean Rigby (mezzo), Thomas Studebaker (tenor), Hanno Muller -
Brachmann (bass-baritone), Finchley Children's Music Group, London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur Sofia Gubaidulina The Light of the End (first UK performance)
7.55 Twenty Minutes: Poems from the Proms The poet Sean Street presents a selection inspired by the Proms, including an anonymous salute to Henry Wood , a satire on the tune Jerusalem, as well as poems by Jo Shapcott , Peter Porter and Seamus Heaney. The reader is Tom Durham.
8.15 Beethoven Symphony No 9 in D minor (Choral)
The Abandoned Road
Near the French home of the writer Adam Thorpe lies a three-kilometre vestige of the former main road to the nearest village, which was abandoned a hundred years ago. It's the starting point for a meditation on the significance of roads and what it means when they fall into disuse.
By Lucy Gannon. The bitterness of frustrated hopes and desires explodes amid the plague-ridden landscape of Derbyshire. With the arrival of a newly orphaned boy in need of shelter,
Samuel's unthinking existence ignites to become a joyful, brief, but glorious flame. This programme contains scenes of an explicit sexual nature.
Director Lucy Hannah
1/2. Presented by Sarah Walker in conversation with Robert Worby.
Stockhausen Stimmung Stephen Montague
(electronics), Singcircle, conductor Gregory Rose Klavierstuck XVI Nicolas Hodges (piano) Stockhausen, realised Christopher Fox Plus-Minus Nicolas Hodges (piano)
With Jonathan Swain.
Mozart String Quartet in G, K387 Schumann String Quartet in A minor, Op 41 No I Bartok String Quartet No 4 Kodaly Allegro Giocoso (String Quartet No 2) 2.21 Franck Symphony in D minor 3.02 Peeters Missa Festiva, Op 62
3.29 Albeniz, orch Arbos Iberia 4.00 Falla Jota; Nana; Polo (Canciones Populares Espanolas) 4.08 Infante Danses Andalouses 4.23 Narvaez La Cancion del
Emperor (Mille Regretz) (Los Seys Libros del Delphín)
4.25 Payen Carole Cur Defies 4.30 Facoll Pass'e Mezzo Modemo 4.38 Ibert Tunis-Nefta (Escales, No 2)
4.41 Castelnuovo-Tedesco Capriccio Diabolico , Op 85
4.51 Strauss Dance of the Seven Veils (Salome)
5.00 Telemann Flute Concerto in D, TWV51 D.) 5.13 Durante Concerto per Quattro No 8 in A (La Pazzia) 5.26 Bach Furchte dich nicht, ich bin bei dir, BWV228 5.35 Martin Agnus Dei 5.40 Respiqhi Poema Autunnale 5.55 Kuula Scherzo, Op 17a No 7 5.57 Saint-Saens Le Cygne (Le
Carnaval desAnimaux) 6.00 Debussy Jeux 6.19 Stoyanov Piano Sonata 6.34 Stoyanov Grotesque Suite