Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Schumann Theme and Variations on the nameAbegg, Op 1 1mogen Cooper (piano) Handel/Halvorsen Passacaglia
Nigel Kennedy (violin), Lynn Harrell (cello) Horovitz Clarinet Sonatina
Gervase de Peyer , Gwenneth Pryor (piano)
8.30-10.00: Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G, BWV1048 English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Benjamin Britten
Brahms Trio in A minor. Op 114
Michael Collins (clarinet), Steven Isserlis (cello), Stephen Hough (piano)
Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 4 in D minor Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
With Jonathan Swain.
Mendelssohn Songs without Words, Op 67 No 5 and Op 62 No 6 Samson Frangois (piano)
10.03 Berlioz La Damnation de Faust, Op 24 Part 2 (conclusion) Richard Verreau (tenor),
Michel Roux (baritone), Elisabeth Brasseur Choir , Lamoureux Orchestra, conductor Igor Markevitch
10.35 Listener request: Bach Partita No 3 in E, BWV1006 Arthur Grumiaux (violin)
10.50 Ravel Concerto forpiano (left hand) Samson Frangois , Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conductor Andre Cluytens
11.10 Berlioz La Damnation de Faust, Op 24
Part 4 (conclusion) Giuseppe Sabbatini (tenor), Michele Pertusi (bass), London Symphony
Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
11.35 Debussy Pour le Piano Samson Francois
11.49 Berlioz La Damnation de Faust, Op 24
Part 4 (excerpt) Jose de Trevi (tenor),
Charles Panzera (baritone), St Gervais Choir, Pasdeloup Orchestra, conductor Piero Coppola
4/5. Constant Lambert and Alan Rawsthorne had a lot in common, not least that they both married the same woman. The amazing
Isabel Nicholas was one of the great muses of the 20th century. In today's programme, Donald Macleod looks at how she, and other significant women, affected the composers' lives. Lambert Elegiac Blues
Richard Rodney Bennett (piano) Eight Poems by Li-Po
Yvonne Kenny (soprano),
Malcolm Martineau (piano) Rawsthorne Concertante
Nadia Myerscough (violin), Yoshiko Endo (piano)
Lambert Ballet: Horoscope (excerpt) BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth
Rawsthorne Quintet for piano and winds Fibonacci Sequence
Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight
Edinburgh International Festival 2005
Sandy Burnett introduces a recital recorded on Tuesday at the Queen's Hall.
Igor Ardasev (piano), Janacek Quartet Dvorak String Quartet in A flat, Op 105; Piano Quintet in A, Op 81
Inger Dam-Jensen (soprano), Gert Henning -Jensen (tenor), Lars Vogt (piano), Danish National Radio Girls' Choir and Symphony Orchestra, conductor Thomas Dausgaard Bent Sorensen The Little Mermaid
Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor Nielsen Symphony No 5 Repeated from Friday 12 August
Including music by Len Stevens ,
Trevor Duncan , Sidney Torch and Charles Williams , and artist-of-the-month John Wilson conducting Eric Coates 's For Your Delight.
Petroc Trelawny presents a selection of music, studio guests and a round-up of the latest news from the arts world.
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
The last work Berg completed, which he dedicated "to the memory of an angel", is performed by the dazzling Greek violinist
Leonidas Kavakos. Plus the first performance of a work by young British composer Morgan Hayes. Presented by Martin Handley.
Leonidas Kavakos (violin), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Morgan Hayes Strip (BBC commission; first performance)
Berg Violin Concerto
8.15 Twenty Minutes: The Violin
Novelist Christopher Hope , father of violin star Daniel Hope , narrates his new short story about Fred the Parisian janitor, whose life is suddenly transformed by the exotic Yuliah, a half-decent fiddle player. She's Russian and exotic, and in fairy-tale fashion, she captures his heart.
8.35 Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A Repeated on Wednesday 7 September at 2pm
Journeying through Glasgow, Sukhdev Sandhu goes on a personal quest to find the truth about a series of murders in the 1920s and 30s that have apparently been written out of Scottish history. Once described as the "second city of empire", Glasgow was home to a sizeable ethnic population but, as the race riots of 1919 showed, there was an underlying tension that led to some startling and disturbing events. Recorded on location at key sites in Glasgow.
Fiona Talkington presents piano music by Ludovico Einaudi , a listener's selection from Your 3, more live music from the EBU Folk
Festival in Gdansk, and Deep Night by Amelia Cuni and Werner Durand.
Bach Donald Macleod reaches the final stage in his ramble through two centuries of German organist/composers with music by Bruhns,
Lubeck, Bohm and JS Bach. Rptd from Fri at 12 noon
With Jonathan Swain. Shostakovich Violin Concerto No 1 Prokofiev Symphony No 5 2.20 Stravinsky Three Pieces for clarinet 2.24 Strauss An dem Baum Daphne
2.39 Schumann Fantaisie in C, Op 173.09 Verdi Aida ,
Act 4 Scene 13.32 Mendelssohn Overture. Scherzo and Wedding March (Incidental music: A Midsummer Night's Dream) 3.56 Szokolay Gregorian Variations
4.00 Szymanowski Songs of the Infatuated Muezzin, Op 42 4.12 Chopin Impromptu in Fsharp major, Op 36
4.18 Abel Trio in F major for two flutes andcontinuo
4.28 Popov An Autumn Song 4.33 Suk A Tale of Winter's Evening, Op 9 4.50 Vaughan Williams Prelude and Fugue 5.00 Bo Holten A Time for Everything
5.09 Duparc Serenade Florentine 5.12 Tchalkovsky The Tempest. Op 18 5.34 Forster Congregantes Philistei 5.48 Froberger Toccata No 6 alia levatione 5.54 Alleqri
Miserere Mei Deus 6.08 Bach Ricercar a 3 (Musical
Offering, BWV1079) 6.15 Mozart Piano Quartet in E flat, K493 6.43 Grieg Peer Cynt: Suite No