Presented by Sandy Burnett. Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Schubert An Silvia, D891
Ian Bostridge (tenor), Julius Drake (piano) Bach Concerto in D minor for two violins,
BWV1060 Andrew Manze and Rachel Podger (violins), Academy of Ancient Music, director
Andrew Manze Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music Soloists, LPO, conductor Roger Norrington
8.30-10.00: Krommer Sextet in E flat (Sestetto Pastorale) Consortium Classicum
Schumann Marchenbilder, Op 113 Nobuko Imai (viola), Martha Argerich (piano) Walton Suite: Henry V RPO, conductor André Previn
With Jonathan Swain.
Saint-Saens Les Fleurs et les Arbres, Op 68 No 2; Des Pas dans L'Alleé, Op 141 No 1
Italian Swiss Radio Chorus/Diego Fasolis
10.09 Arthur Bliss Violin Concerto
Alfredo Campoli (violin), LPO conducted by the composer
10.48 Schubert Impromptu in B flat minor, D935 No 3 Artur Schnabel (piano)
11.00 Purcell Dido and Aeneas, Act 2
John Hahessy (treble), Patricia Clark , Jeanette Sinclair and Claire Watson (sopranos), Peter Pears (tenor), Purcell Singers, English Opera Group Orchestra, conductor Benjamin Britten
11.13 Nielsen Symphony No 3 (Sinfonia Espansiva) Royal Danish Orchestra/Leonard Bernstein
11.53 Saint-Saens Softly Awakes My Heart
(Samson and Delilah) Alfredo Campoli (violin), Cedric Sharpe (cello), Sidney Crooke (piano)
2/5. Donald Macleod takes a look at Vivaldi in his guise as priest and finds that, though the composer himself may have often acted in a manner that was less than saintly, his sacred music leaves little cause for reproach.
Laudate Dominum, RV606
Choir of the King's Consort, the King's Consort, director Robert King
Clarae Stellae , Scintillate, RV625
Sara Mingardo (contralto), Concerto Italiano, conductor Rinaldo Alessandrini
Violin Concerto in F, RV293 (Autumn) (The Four Seasons) Guiliano Carmignola , Venice Baroque Orchestra, director Andrea Marcon (harpsichord)
Gloria in D, RV589
Deborah York and Patrizia Biccire (sopranos), Sara Mingardo (contralto), Akademia Concerto Italiano, conductor Rinaldo Alessandrini
Repeated on Monday at 12 midnight
Deborah York, Patrizia
1/4. Another chance to hear a series of concerts, given in February at St George's in Bristol, that celebrate the French fascination with Iberia, particularly in Paris, where many Spanish musicians gathered in the early 20th century. Presented by Chris de Souza.
Jennifer Micallef and Glen Inanga (pianos) Infante Musiques d'Espagnes
Poulenc L'Embarquement de Cythere; Elegie; Capriccio d'apres Le Bal Masque Chopin Rondo in C, Op 73
Ravel Rapsodie Espagnole
Ulster Orchestra: In Ireland
William But t (cello), conductor Rumon Gamba
Presented by Louise Fryer. Gerald Barry
Wiener Blut Herbert Cello Concerto No 2 in E minor
Stephen Gardner Never.... Never.... Never.... Moeran Sinfonietta
Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson present African drum music, a mechanical ballet by Georges Antheil and a duet for singing cats, in the programme for younger listeners.
lain Burnside presents a specially recorded recital of songs by Mendelssohn, Schubert, Poulenc and Wolf given by Korean soprano Hyunah Yu and pianist Julius Drake.
Sean Rafferty with arts news, guests and music.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Nikolai Lugansky (piano), conductor Robert Spano A concert recorded last month at the Music Hall, Aberdeen. Presented by Sarah Walker. Magnus Lindberg Arena
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 4 in G minor Sibelius Symphony No 2
Bo Holten conducts the BBC Singers in two of his own pieces - a meditation on words from Ecclesiastes and a modern interpretation of a Tudor musical form.
Bo Holten A Time for Everything; In Nomine BBC Singers conducted by the composer.
Isabel Hilton and guests go wild about the great French painter of the jungle, Henri Rousseau
(1844-1910), who, despite creating some of the most popular and memorable paintings of the modern era, never actually saw the tropical scenes he brought so much to life, because he never left France. Producer Zahid Warley
With music from Boards of Canada, named after the psychedelic educational films from the National Film Board of Canada, and contemporary music for tuba and electronics from Oren Marshall. Presented by Verity Sharp.
3/5. Donald Macleod looks at the importance of the relationship between Duke Ellington and arranger Billy Strayhorn , who composed
Ellington's signature tune Take the "A" Train, to the success of the band.
Take the "A" Train; Jack the Bear; Warm Valley; Ko-Ko; Concerto for Cootie; Cotton Tail; Rocks in My Bed; Jump for Joy; I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good); Black, Brown and Beige Repeated from Wednesday at 12 noon
Louise Fryer . Telemann Overture in F, TWV55:F7 (A la Pastorelle)
Bach Harpsichord Concertos: No 7 in C minor, BWV1058; No 5 in F minor, BWV1056 Telemann Overture-Suite in G, TWV55:G10 (Burlesque de Don Quichotte)
1.55 Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op 115 2.35 lbert Flute Concerto 2.55 Shostakovich Symphony No 5
3.45 Krupowlcz Miserere 3.59 Pearson Dance Suite
4.08 Mackeben A Woman Will Become Beautiful Only through Love 4.12 Borodin Overture: Prince Igor
4.23 Glinka Valse-Fantasie in B minor
4.31 Chopin Polonaise in Fsharp minor, Op 44
4.42 Raminsh Ave Verum Corpus 4.48 Willan Five Pieces
5.00 Rathaus Prelude and Gigue in A, Op 44
5.08 Busoni All' Italia (Seven Elegies)
5.16 Puccini Un Bel Di Vedremo (Madama Butterfly)
5.20 Raitio The Maidens on the Headlands
5.28 Scriabin Piano Sonata No 4 in Fsharp minor, Op 30
5.36 Grieg String Quartet in F 5.52 Heinlchen Se Mai, Tirsi, Mio Bene (Clori e Tirsi) 6.12 Crusell Clarinet Concerto No 1 in E flat 6.35 Schubert Symphony No 3 in D