Presented by Penny Gore .
7.00 8.30 : Bach Concerto in the Italian Style in F, BWV971 Andras Schiff (piano) Hoist Two Eastern Pictures Sioned Williams (harp), Hoist Singers, conductor Stephen Layton Mozart Bassoon Concerto in B flat, K191
Gwydion Brooke , RPO, conductor Thomas Beecham
8.30 10.00 : Locatelli Concerto Grosso in D,
Op 1 No 5 Europa Galante, director Fabio Biondi Stravinsky Piano Sonata Peter Serkin
Bartok Suite: The Miraculous Mandarin Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Georg Solti
This week featuring Schubert symphonies and recordings by the baritone Dietrich Fischer -Dieskau. Presented by Rob Cowan.
Schubert Symphony No 1 in D Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gunter Wand
10.31 Wagner Tristan und Isolde, Act 3 (excerpt) Ludwig Suthaus (tenor),
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone),
Philharmonia, conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler
10.49 Listener reguest:
Delius, orch Fenby Late Swallows
Halle Orchestra , conductor John Barbirolli
11.02 Wagner Der fliegende Hollander, Act 1
(excerpt) Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Bavarian RSO, conductor Rafael Kubelik
11.14 Schubert Symphony No 2 in B flat South West German RSO, conductor Hans Zender
11.44 Wagner Tristan und Isolde, Act 3 (excerpt) Rene Kollo (tenor), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Carlos Kleiber
1/5. Donald Macleod and musicologist Jeremy Summerly explore the life and works of one of the most prolific composers of the 16th century.
Timor et Tremor Choir of New College, Oxford, conductor Edward Higginbottom
Magnificat Super Aurora Lucis Rutilat
Pro Cantione Antiqua , director Bruno Turner
Missa Bell'Amfitrit' Altera
Oxford Camerata, conductor Jeremy Summerly
Lucescit Jam O Socii; Un Jeune Moine Est Sorti du Couvent; Chi Chilichi
Ensemble Clement Janequin , director Dominique Visse
Producer Lyndon Jones Repeated Sunday 12 midnight
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nLive from Wigmore Hall in London, presented by Stephanie Hughes.
Georgian-born violinist Lisa Batiashvili has had an exceptional career since her success in the 1995 Sibelius Competition. Here she's joined by the Ukranian pianist Milana Chernyavska. Mozart Violin Sonata in A, K526 Gyorgy Kurtag Tre Pezzi, Op 14e
Schumann Violin Sonata No 2 in D minor, Op 121
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Louise Fryer presents a week of programmes featuring some rarely performed piano concertos. Scharwenka Piano Concerto No 1
Marc-Andre Hamelin , conductor Michael Stern Shostakovich Cello Concerto No 1
Ha-Na Chang , conductor Han Volkov Sibelius Symphony No 2
Conductor Vassily Sinaisky
2/2. Award-winning film and musicals composer Alan Menken talks to Edward Seckerson about some of his more recent collaborations, including scores for the Disney animations Pocahontas, Aladdin and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
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British Music Focus
"It doesn't half get you behind the knees, all this sitting about." That's what the 90-year-old
Havergal Brian said when his Gothic Symphony was finally performed professionally, 40 years after he'd finished it. The first commercial recording of what the Guinness Book of Records reckoned was the "largest symphony" ever written was made in 1989. Tonight the work is introduced by Andrew McGregor.
Eva Jenisova (soprano), Dagmar Peckova (alto), Vladimir Dolezal (tenor), Peter Mikulas (bass), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Slovak National
Opera Chorus, Slovak Folk Ensemble Chorus, Bratislava City Choir, Lucnica Choir , Bratislava Children's Choir, Youth Echo Choir, Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Slovak Radio
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ondrej Lenard Havergal Brian Symphony No 1 (Gothic)
Philip Dodd and guests discuss the result of Britain's most prestigious art award, the Turner Prize, and what it says about the condition and future of contemporary British art. Producer Anne Marie Cole
Verity Sharp plays the Blind Boys of Alabama's Atom Bomb, and music once heard in medieval Italy from Gothic Voices.
2/5. In 1784 Mozart was at the height of his powers. He composed a spectacular series of six piano concertos and one of the greatest chamber works in the entire repertoire. Donald Macleod tells the story of this annus mirabilis. Piano Concerto No 14 in E flat, K449; Quintet in E flat for piano and winds, K452; Piano Concerto No 15 in B flat, K450 (finale) Rptd from Tue at 12 noon
With Louise Fryer. Janacek String Quartet No 2 (Intimate
Letters) 1.26 Haydn String Quartet in C, Op 76 No 3
(Emperor) 1.48 Beethoven String Quartet in F, Op 135
2.13 Schubert Symphony No 4 in C minor (Tragic)
2.47 Klint Piano Sonata in D minor 3.06 Mahler
Kindertotenlieder 3.31 Thuille Sextet in B flat, Op 6
4.01 Mendelssohn Overture: A Midsummer Night's Dream 4.14 Byrd Echo Gaillard 4.16 Dowland If My
Complaints Could Passions Move 4.18 The Lady Cliftons Spirit 4.20 Purcell The Married Beau (orch excerpts)
4.33 F Jackson The Archbishop's Fanfare 4.34 Elqar The Spirit of the Lord Is upon Me (The Apostles)
4.41 Novello We'll Gather Lilacs (Perchance to Dream)
4.46 Coward I'll Follow My Secret Heart (Conversation Piece) 4.51 Turina Rapsodia Sinfonica 5.00 Durante
Concerto No 5 in A 5.08 Manfredini Symphony No 10 in E minor 5.17 Haydn The Storm 5.27 Mozart Symphony No 29 in A, K201 5.50 Sweellnck Organ works: Psalm 116; Toccata 6.00 Wert Motet: Ascendente Jesu in Naviculam
6.06 Kllar Little Overture 6.13 Faure Impromptu No 2 in F minor, Op 31 6.18 H Andriessen Concertino for cello and orchestra 6.29 Norman Four songs
6.39 Liszt Piano Concerto No 2 in A