Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00 8.00 : Delius On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring LPO, conductor Vernon Handley
Liszt Two Legends Alfred Brendel (piano)
Mozart Flute Concerto No 2 in D, K314 Emmanuel Pahud , Berlin PO, conductor Claudio Abbado
8.00 9.00 : Rossini Overture: The Barber of Seville Concerto Italiano, conductor Rinaldo Alessandrini
Guerrero In Exitu Israel Westminster Cathedral Choir, His Majesty's Sagbutts and Cornetts, conductor James O'Donnell
Stravinsky Ballet: Jeu de Cartes Zurich
Tonhalle Orchestra, conductor Michel Stern
With Rob Cowan. including the recording of Andrew Green 's The Bells recommended in yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes: Christopher Ball Comedy Overture: Scenes from a Comedy Adderbury Ensemble conducted by the composer
Prokofiev Juliet the Young Girl: Masks (Ballet:
Romeo and Juliet) Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor Erich Leinsdorf Faure Aurore : Le Secret
Gerard Souzay (baritone), Dalton Baldwin (piano) Mercadante Flute Concerto in D James Galway , I Solisti Veneti , conductor Claudio Scimone
Philippe Royllart Rex Karole, Johannis Genite Early Music Consort of London, conductor David Munrow
Bach Contapunctus 4 (Die kunst der Fuge, BWV1080) Juilliard Quartet
Rossini, arr Respighi Rossiniana Suisse Romande Orchestra, conductor Ernest Ansermet Gottschalk Le Banjo Noël Lee (piano) Beethoven Romance No 2 in F, Op 50
Herman Krebbers (violin), the Hague Residentie Orchestra, conductor Willem van Otterloo Pergolesi Confitebor Tibi Domine
Ann Monoyios (soprano), Balthasar Neumann Choir, Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, conductor Thomas Hengelbrock
Gordon Jacob William Byrd Suite Eastman Wind Ensemble, conductor Frederick Fennell
Actress Sheila Hancock reveals to Michael Berkeley that her musical passions include piano concertos by Tchaikovsky, Ravel and Rachmaninov, chamber music by Beethoven,
Eigar and Britten, and Sondheim's Sweeney Todd.
Birds in Medieval Music
Lucie Skeaping takes a look at the representation and symbolism of birds in medieval music.
Stephanie Hughes introduces a concert from the Wigmore Hall in which tenor Ian Bostridge is accompanied by Graham Johnson in settings by Schumann of poems by Heinrich Heine.
Schumann Liederkreis , Op 24; Abends am Strande; Dein Angesicht ; Lehn'deine Wang: Du bist wie eine Blume; Belsatzar, Op 57;
Mein Wagen rollet langsam; Dichterliebe, Op 48
4/4. The sculptor Phillip King talks to Robert McNab about the sort of music he listens to while working and how it relates to the images he creates. Producer David Perry
This week's requests include Strauss's Metamorphosen, Ravel's Valses Nobles et Sentimentales and highlights from Handel's L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato.
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A special edition focusing on the Greek-born French composer lannis Xenakis. Working as an architect with Le Corbusier after the Second World War,
Xenakis developed a radical musical style based on the principles and sounds of nature. As a major Xenakis festival opens in London, Tom Service talks to those who knew him and to the musicians who play his mesmeric music. Producer Paul Frankl
Rimsky-Korsakov's fairy-tale images of the Orient and a barnstorming piano concerto by Prokofiev, recorded last Friday at the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, as part of the Swansea Festival. Nikolai Demidenko (piano), BBC National
Orchestra of Wales, conductor Alexander Titov Prokofiev Symphony No I (Classical); Piano Concerto No 5
Rimsky-Korsakov Suite: Sheherazade
Set in a London mental hospital in the early 1980s, this new play for radio by Fred D'Aguiar has a classical twist. When Otis is taken to the closed ward he's desperate to return to his "Queen", Penelope, and his "Kingdom". Whilst the staff diagnose him as delusional, fellow patients Larry and Harry plot to reach this kingdom first - and take the queen for their own.
Music by David Pickvance Director/Producer Carol Bayne
Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava is John Tusa 's guest in the latest in his series of conversations with artistic originators.
The sounds of Trinidadian steel pan and Senegalese kora combine in a session from Fimber Bravo and Kadialy Kouyate.
1/5. Donald Macleod looks at the life and works of Chabrier, who was a civil servant for 18 years before he switched to composing full-time. Espana; Marion S'en Va-t-a I'Ou;
Impromptu in C; Fisch-Ton-Kan (excerpts)
L'invitation au Voyage; Overture: Gwendoline Repeated from Monday at 12 noon
With John Shea.
The Romanian Radio Chorus perform a concert of music by Gheorghe Cucu , Nicolae Lungu , loan D Cirescu and Felicia Donceanu.
2.09 Bach Goldberg Variations, BWV988 (arr Koffler for strings) 3.27 Haydn Piano Sonata in G, H XVI 39
3.41 Kraus Sinfonie in D 4.00 Mozart, arr Danzi Duos from Die Zauberflote 4.11 Wagner Prelude to Act 1;
Liebestod (Tristan and Isolde) 4.30 Magi Maple Way to Milky Cloud 4.32 Ernesaks The Call 4.35 Nielsen
Chaconne, Op 32 4.45 Bach Eins ist not, ach Herr, dies Eine, BWV453:Jesu, deine Liebeswunden, BWV471,, Auf, auf! Die rechte Zeit ist hier, BWV440 4.50 J Strauss (son), arr Schoenberg Waltz: Roses from the South
5.00 Rachmaninov Barcarolle; Romance; Humoresque (Morceaux de Salon, Op 10) 5.12 Kodaly Adagio
5.20 Purcell Rejoice in the Lord Alway 5.29 De Fesch Concerto in D, Op 5 No 15.37 Sweelinck Fantasia in C
5.43 A Scarlatti CorMio , Deh, Non Languire
5.49 Beethoven Variations on Paisiello's Quant' ePiu Bello, Wo069 5.55 Mozart Symphony No 16 in C, K128
6.08 Slbelius Autumn Evening, Op 38 No 6.13 Negrea
Psalm 123 6.19 Shchedrin, after Bizet Ballet suite: Carmen