Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Hovhaness Symphony No 2
(Mysterious Mountain) Vauqhan Williams Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge
8.00-9.00: Handel Organ Concerto in B flat,
Op 7 No 3 Beethoven Grosse Fuge in B flat, Op 133
Rob Cowan introduces some surprises and treasures from his record collection, including:
Piazzolla Fuga y Misterio (Maria de Buenos Aires) Astor Piazzolla (bandoneon) with orchestra Auber Ho Revisito gli Amid (Fra Diavolo) Giuseppe Campora (tenor), Philharmonic Orchestra of the Giuseppe Verdi Theatre, Trieste
Michael Torke Ash Baltimore SO/David Zinman Ravel Ronsarda Son Ame Martial Singher
(baritone), orchestra conducted by Piero Coppola Haydn Violin Concerto in C, H Vila 1
Szymon Goldberg , Philharmonia, conductor Walter Susskind Anonymous Istampita: Principio di Virtu
Ken Zuckerman (lute), Swapan Chaudhuri (tabla) Dvorak Legends: No 5 in A flat and No 6 in C sharp minor Prague Chamber PO/Jiri Belohlavek Liszt Pastorale and Annunciation (Christus)
Benita Valente (mezzo), Peter Lindroos (tenor), Slovak Philharmonic Choir, Rotterdam PO, conductor James Conlon
Walton Sonata for Strings Amsterdam
Sinfonietta, conductor Candida Thompson
Lehar Wolgalied (The Tsarevich) Werner Krenn (tenor), Vienna Opera Orchestra/Anton Paulik
Telemann Oboe Concerto in D minor, TWV 51:d2 Albrecht Mayer, Berlin Baroque Soloists, conductor Rainer Kussmaul
Chopin Mazurkas, Nos 40, 41 and 21 Vladimir Horowitz (piano)
Chausson Le Temps des Lilas (Poeme de
I'Amour et de la Mer) Charles Panzera (baritone), orchestra conducted by Piero Coppola
Bruckner, reconstr Samale, Phillips and Mazzuca Symphony No 9 in D minor (Finale) Linz Bruckner Orchestra/Kurt Eichhorn
Former presenter of Tomorrow's World Raymond Baxter shares his musical passions with Michael Berkeley. They range from a Bach cantata to DjangoReinhardtandStephaneGrappelli.
Handel and the Foundling Hospital
2/2. Lucie Skeaping surveys the history of the oratorio Messiah during Handel's lifetime and finds out why London's Foundling Hospital played such a significant part in establishing its popularity.
A recital by Chinese pianist Lang Lang recorded at the National Concert Hall, Dublin. Introduced by Stephanie Hughes. Mozart Piano Sonata in C, KV330
Chopin Piano Sonata in B minor, Op 58
Rachmaninov Prelude in G minor, Op 23 No 5 Liszt, arr Horovitz Hungarian Rhapsody No 2
r Italian chef Antonio Carluccio prepares a musical feast, revealing composers' favourite recipes and the connections between music and food while introducing arias from Rossini, Bellini, Verdi and Puccini, and folk songs celebrating the regional cuisine of Italy. Producer Jessica Isaacs
Brian Kay introduces highlights from Berlioz's
L'Enfance du Christ, and the piano duo Clare and Antoinette Cann perform Debussy's Petite Suite. Plus Glazunov's ballet The Seasons, as part of the theme for December.
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Introduced by Tom Service . Writer
Roger Nichols looks at Debussy's correspondence, and American music historian Vivian Perlis talks about her new book An Oral History of American Music. Plus a look at the waltz. Producer Paul Frankl
British Music Focus
Nicholas Maw wrote his orchestral epic Odyssey between 1973 and 1987. It's a single, unbroken 96-minute span of symphonic music.
This concert at the BBC's Maida Vale Studios is presented by Andrew McGregor. BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Litton
Nicholas Maw Odyssey
By Jason Webster. Dramatised by Tina Pepler. A young English writer sets out to discover Spain's hidden Moorish past. He visits an enormous, plastic-sheeted farm and witnesses farmers terrorising the largely north African workforce, and finds life threatened as he covertly tours this agricultural gulag. An illegal immigrant saves him, and writer and desperado take off on a rollercoaster ride through Andalusia.
Producer/Director Steven Canny
2/2. Sarah Dunant presents a cultural exploration of the twin extremes of emotion: pain and pleasure. With the Enlightenment, and the modern ability to control pain, the pursuit of pleasure has become once again the focus of Western society. But have we lost the ability to come to terms with our agonies and to appreciate our moments Of ecstasy? Producer Mohit Bakaya
Jimmie Dale Gilmour of Lubbock, Texas, brings his mystical country/honky-tonk fusion to the studio.
1/5. Donald Macleod and Jeremy Summerly explore the life and works of one of the most prolific composers of the 16th century.
Timor et Tremor; Magnificat Super Aurora Lucis Rutilat; Missa BeH'Amfitrit'; Lucescit Jam 0 Socii; Un Jeune Moine Est Sorti du Couvent; Chi Chilichi
Repeated from Monday at 12 noon
With Louise Fryer. Soderman Scared Songs Hartmann
Fantasy and Fugue in F minor Mendelssohn Three Psalms, Op 781.48 Nielsen Symphony No 4 (Inextinguishable)
2.24 Rachmaninov Suite No 2, Op 17 2.49 Ravel Piano
Concerto in G 3.12 Chausson Concerto in D for violin, piano and string guartet 3.51 Mendelssohn Overture: The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) 4.01 Haydn Scottish and English Songs
4.13 Vivaldi Recorder Concerto in F RV442 4.21
Wilms Rondo (Sonata for two pianos, Op 31) 4.30 Respighi Ancient Airs and Dances: Suite No 2 4.49 Rossini Prelude, Toccata and Variations 5.00 Popper Nocturne No 4 in B minor, Op 47
5.05 Telemann Violin Sonata in A (Essercizii Musici)
5.15 Palestrina Two motets 5.21 Puccini String Quartet in D
5.29 Berwald Fantasia on Two Swedish Folk Songs 5.38 Mozart Parto , Parto (La Clemenza di Tito) 5.45 Gesualdo Two madrigals 5.52 Beethoven Five pieces for musical clock, Wo033 5.58 Honeqqer Pacific 231 6.05 Schumann Four Pieces Fugitives, Op 15 6.19 Dvorak Suite in A, Op 98b
6.39 Brahms Piano Trio in C minor, Op 101