Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Mozart Symphony No 7 in D, K45 Mendelssohn Cello Sonata No 2 in D, Op 58
8.00-9.00: Pergolesi Salve Regina in C minor Tippett Ritual Dances (The Midsummer Marriage)
Rob Cowan introduces some treasures from his record collection. Plus the recording of KA
Hartmann's Concerto Funebre recommended in yesterday's CD Review. Music includes: Grainger March: The Lads of Wamphray
Eastman Wind Ensemble/Donald Hunsberger Shigeaki Saegusa Children Are Constantly Waiting (Tengai) Shin-Yu Kai Choir ,
Japan Virtuoso SO, conductor Naoto Otomo Liszt Consolations , Nos4and3 Aldo Ciccolini (piano)
A Scarlatti // Rosignolo (1st setting)
David Daniels (countertenor), Arcadian Academy, conductor Nicholas McGegan John Adams The Wound Dresser
Sanford Sylvan (baritone), Cleveland Orchestra, conductor Christoph von Dohnanyi
Handel Organ Concerto in A, HWV296
Daniel Chorzempa , Concerto Amsterdam , conductor Jaap Schroder
Grieg Varen , Op 33 No 2; En Drom, Op 48 No 6 Kirsten Flagstad (soprano), Philharmonia, conductor
Warwick Braithwaite Massenet Overture: Phedre Detroit Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Paray
Carl Stamitz Viola Concerto in A Gabriela
Demeterova, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Dukenov The Copper-Coloured Antelope
Russian Tradition My Black-Eyed Beauty Ardak Batazhanova (singer), Presidential Ensemble Sibelius Berceuse ; Valse Triste (The Tempest)
Leopold Stokowski and His Symphony Orchestra Schutz Hutet Euch , SWV413 Cantus Cölnn,
Concerto Palatino, conductor Konrad Junghanel
Michael Berkeley 's guest today is actor
Prunella Scales. Her choices include works by Wilbye, Schubert, Berlioz and Wagner.
Catherine Bott presents a programme from
Santiago de Compostela, in north-west Spain. She follows the annual pilgrimage to the cathedral of St James and delves into the music from the Cantigas de Santa Maria.
Cantigas de Santa
Stephanie Hughes presents a concert given by the baritone Thomas Quasthoff with pianist
Charles Spencer at Wigmore Hall last year. They perform Die Schone Mullerin , D765 by Schubert - which tells the story of a miller boy's obsession with the miller's daughter. Thomas Quasthoff also offers his thoughts on the cycle and on Schubert's vocal writing.
1/3. Mark Elder , music director of the Hall6
Orchestra, presents a series focusing on the close relationship enjoyed by the orchestra and Edward Elgar. Today he introduces music from his project to record all of Elgar's major orchestral works for the Halle's own label, as well as Elgar recordings by two of his distinguished predecessors.
Brian Kay 's selection of listeners' requests includes Benjamin Britten 's The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, sacred music by Verdi, Leonard Bernstein 's Chichester Psalms and Ravel's only string quartet. Plus some examples of this month's special theme - accompanists.
The historic City Halls in Glasgow played host to the likes of Benjamin Disraeli , Charles Dickens and William Gladstone. But the building has recently been undergoing a massive refurbishment, updating the concert hall to become the new home of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Tom Service visits the Halls and looks at how the restoration will change music-making in the City of Glasgow. Producer Jeremy Evans
New series Aled Jones celebrates one of Britain's best-loved and most highly regarded choral directors, David Willcocks , in conversation with composer John Rutter , singer
Catherine Wyn-Rogers , biographer Bill Owen and Willcocks himself. Including music from the Choir of King's College, Cambridge, the Bach Choir , the Choir of the Royal College of Music, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir of Salt Lake City.
By Nell Leyshon. Frank Lovell lies ill in bed, attended by his mentally handicapped son and his daughter and son-in-law. As the morphine enters his bloodstream, suppressed memories of a past tragedy resurface. Bible stories and the legends of Kings Arthur and Alfred are entwined with the story of the young Frank and his sister Iris. This portrait of a family and the secrets and lies that bind them together is also an examination of Englishness and a rural landscape that's fast disappearing.
Director Susan Roberts
David Adjaye profiles Charles Correa , the modernist architect whose work has helped forge a national identity in post-colonial India. Adjaye travels to Correa's most important building projects, talks to political and religious figures,
India's architectural elite, and the people who use the buildings and whose lives have been changed by his progressive philosophy. Producer David Morley
More selections from the finest record collection in London's Crouch End, and the debut session from dancehall/Balkan fusion band Horace X.
1/5. With Donald Macleod.
Suite: Music for the Theatre; Help Us, 0 Lord
(Four Motets); Piano Variations; Short Symphony Repeated from Monday at 12 noon
With Susan Sharpe. Berlioz La Damnation de Faust
3.15 Haydn The Seven Last Words of Christ, H XX Ic
(excerpts) 3.45 Bouf Grand Duo, Op 2 No 14.00 Rossini Overture: La Gazza Ladra 4.11 Ibert Cinq Pieces en Trio
4.19 Chopin Polonaise-Fantasy in A flat, Op 61
4.33 Mozart Divertimento in E flat, K113 4.48 D Scarlatti Keyboard Sonata in C, Kk420 4.53 Walpurqls Sinfonia:
Talestri, Regina delle Amazzoni 5.00 Tallis Lamentations
5.12 Bach, arr Walsh Fugue in G minor, BWV542 (Great)
5.19 Verdi Di Provenza il Mar, il Suol (La Traviata)
5.24 Wagner, transcr Liszt Isolde 's Liebestod (Tristan und Isolde) 5.31 Huyqens Three madrigals (Pathodia
Sacra et Profana) 5.36 Cipriano de Rore Two madrigals (II Quinto Libro di Madrigali) 5.44 Vlerne Clair de Lune
5.52 Karlowicz Songs, Opp I and 3 (excerpts)
6.08 Salnt-Saens Piano Trio in F, Op 18
6.38 Respighl Trittico Botticelliano