Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00 8.00 : Marais La Sonnerie de Sainte-Genevieve du Mont de Paris
Haydn Symphony No 85 in B flat (La Reine)
8.00 9.00 : G Gabrieli Magnificat for 33 voices Schubert Variations on a theme from Herold's Marie, D908 Strauss Horn Concerto No 2
With Rob Cowan. Including the recording of Bach's Christmas Oratorio recommended on yesterday's CD Review. The programme includes: Mendelssohn Scherzo in G minor Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner Praetorius Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen; Still, still, still, Weil's Kindlein schlafen will
Fritz Wunderlich (tenor), Hermann Prey (baritone), ensemble conducted by Fritz Neumeyer
Suk Fantaisie-Polonaise , Op 5 Pavel Stepan (piano) Traditional Spanish En Belen Tocan a Fuego Boston Camerata, director Joel Cohen
Gavin Bryars Violin Concerto (The Bulls of Basham) Gwen Hoebig , CBC Radio Orchestra, conductor Owen Underhill
Charpentier Deux Noëls sur les Instruments The English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock Zelenka Simphonie a 8 concertante in A Collegium 1704
Chapf El Barquillero Teresa Berganza (soprano), ECO, conductor Enrique Garcia Asensio
Albinoni Trumpet Concerto in D minor Maurice Andre , LPO, conductor Jesus Lopez-Cobos Svendsen Symphony No 2 in B flat Oslo PO, conductor Mariss Jansons
Bach, arr Grohovsky Partita No 1 in B flat,
BWV825 (excerpts) Valeri Grohovsky (piano), Hamilton Price (bass), Gerry Gibbs (drums)
Journalist and broadcaster Jon Snow discusses his musical passions with Michael Berkeley. They reflect his early background as a cathedral chorister, with sacred works by Bach, Rossini,
Mozart, Beethoven and Herbert Howells , as well as music by Poulenc, Prokofiev and Schumann.
Lucie Skeaping journeys both east and west to explore the surprisingly exotic lute family tree.
She touches down in Iran and Greece en route to India and finds out whether instrumental blood really is thicker than water. <R)
Bath Mozartfest 2005
Introduced by Stephanie Hughes. Stephen Kovacevich (piano)
Mozart Piano Sonata in E flat, K282 Beethoven Piano Sonata in A, Op 101
Schubert Piano Sonata in B flat, D960
3/4. Another of Jamie Bernstein 's quarterly musical postcards from New York, featuring an avant-garde trio doing folk rock a la Bartok, a black Irish fiddler from Queens, and Stravinsky from Ground Zero. Producer Bill Lloyd
Among this week's requests are Stravinsky's neoclassical concerto for piano and wind instruments, highlights from Handel's oratorio Theodora, Respighi's Pines of Rome and part of Britten's seasonal cantata St Nicolas.
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Tom Service reassesses the music of Aaron Copland and discusses the position of new British music in the 21st Century. Producer Jeremy Evans
British Music Week
Andrew McGregor presents two symphonies by Robert Simpson , and talks to the composer's widow, Angela Simpson.
Robert Simpson Symphony No 5 BBCSO, conductor Reinbert de Leeuw Symphony No 7 BBC NOW, conductor Grant Llewellyn
By John Fletcher.
Almost 2,500 years ago a young general persuaded Athens to launch an attack on Sicily. Alcibiades was a member of the Athenian baby-boomer generation, whose elders had fought to give their children a society of justice, wealth and education. The baby boomers explored every sexual avenue, took drugs to excess, and were the greatest consumers of the most exotic products. Then it all went wrong. Within two years of the defeat in Sicily, imperial, democratic Athens, the pinnacle of human civilisation, lay in ruins. Yet. as the city endured its death agonies, something new and wonderful was born: the Socratic idea of universal love.
1/2. Sarah Dunant presents a cultural exploration of the twin extremes of emotion: pain and pleasure. Today she focuses on how the Christian view of suffering in this life as a way to redemption turned the hedonism of the Classical period on its head. Producer Mohit Bakaya
A return to the Kershaw studio for Scots singer Dick Gaughan , who lists his greatest influences as Karl Marx , Groucho Marx , Bertholt Brecht, and his own mother.
1/5. Donald Macleod goes in search of the young virtuoso performer, composer and impresario whose arrival in Vienna in 1781 began one of the most remarkable decades in musical history.
12 Variations on Ah, Vous Dirai-Je , Maman, K265 (excerpt); Concerto in E flat for two pianos, K365 (finale); Sonata in D for two pianos, K448 (2nd mvt); Fantasia in D minor, K397; Piano Concerto No 12 in A, K414 Repeated from Monday at 12 noon
With Louise Fryer.
Pann, arr Mihai Gola Tatal Nostru Hrisaf 0 Thou Holy God Toduta 0 Lord, I Heard You Anon Laude Filothel Hymn for the Ascension Anon Day of Resurrection
Bentolu / Praise Thee, 0 Father Marin Byzantine Paschal Florilegium (excerpt) 1.55 Vierne Organ Symphony No 1 in D minor 2.30 Ippolitov-lvanov Suite: Caucasian Sketches
2.52 Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in D minor 3.31
Couperin La Francoise (Les Nations: Suite No 1 in E minor)
3.39 Spohr Six German Songs, Op 103 4.01 Caplet
Divertissement No 2 (a I'Espagnole) 4.07 JanaceK Fairy Tale 4.19 Smetana Vltava (Ma Vlast) 4.31 Albicastro
Concerto a 4, Op 7 No 12 4.39 Poulenc Litanies a la Vierge Noire 4.50 Franck Nocturne 4.54 Faure Nocturne in A flat, Op 33 No 3 5.00 Jarnefelt Lyric Overture
5.11 Paganini Moses Fantaisie 5.19 Rossini Lindoro 's
Cavatina (L'ltaliana in Algeri, Act 1) 5.27 Weyse Symphony No 6 in C minor 5.54 Beethoven Adelaide, Op 46
6.01 Stravinsky Concerto in E flat (Dumbarton Oaks)
6.17 Liszt Concert Paraphrase on themes from Rigoletto
6.25 Tobias As a Deer; Wouldn't You Know; Sanctus
(Jonah's Mission) 6.40 Llnko Piano Concerto No 2, Op 10