Presented by Sarah Walker.
7.00-8.00: Telemann Concerto Polonois Haydn Piano Sonata in C, H XVI 50
8.00-9.00: Weber Overture: Euryanthe
Tippett Divertimento on Sellinger's Round
Rob Cowan introduces surprises and treasures from his record collection. Plus the recording of Schubert's String Quartet in G, D887, recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes: Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 3 Vienna State
Opera Orchestra, conductor Hermann Scherchen Dacquin The Cuckoo
Rimsky-Korsakov Flight of the Bumblebee Rameau La Poule; Le Rappel des Oiseaux George Malcolm (harpsichord)
Cilea Federico 's Lament (L'Arlesiana) Mario Lanza (tenor) and orchestra
Vaughan Williams Norfolk Rhapsody No I LPO, conductor Bernard Haitink Mozart Mentre Te Lascio, K513
Ezio Pinza (bass), Metropolitian Opera
Association Orchestra, conductor Bruno Walter Brahms Rhapsody in G minor, Op 79 No 2 Artur Schnabel (piano)
Corelli Sonata in [ minor, Op 5 No 8 Fitzwilliam Ensemble
Vivaldi Cello Concerto in D, RV230 (L'Estro
Armonico) Maurice Maréchal, Maurice Faure (piano) Monteverdi Hor Che 'l Ciel e la Terre (Eighth Book of Madrigals) Akademia, conductor Franchise
Lasserre Grieg Lyric Pieces, Op 68 (excerpts)
Rainer Gibbons (oboe), Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Ole Kristian Rudd Knud vad Thomsen To Joy
Danish Tradition I Went Out on a Summer's Day Aksel Schiotz (tenor) and pianist
John Adams On the Dominant Divide (Grand Pianola Music) Solisti New York, conductor Ransom Wilson
Dr Timothy Brain , Chief Constable of Gloucestershire, reveals his musical passions to Michael Berkeley. His choices include works by Renaissance and Baroque composers as well as music by Finzi, Elgar and Vaughan Williams.
Lucie Skeaping discusses the illustrious history of the hurdy-gurdy in Europe since the Middle Ages, with experts Nigel Eaton and Steve Tyler.
Stephanie Hughes introduces a recital given by British pianist Imogen Cooper in the Great Hall at Queen's University, Belfast, as part of the Belfast Music Society's International Festival of Chamber Music 2006. With works by Haydn, Thomas Ades , Schumann and Schubert.
4/4. Julian Bream. Lutenist Anthony Rooley reveals to Tom Robinson his debt to one of the great guitarists and lutenists, Julian Bream.
With solo lute music by John Dowland , consort music by William Byrd and part of Britten's Nocturnal after Dowland. Producer Alan Hall
Louise Fryer 's selection of listeners' requests includes Prokofiev's Overture on Hebrew
Themes, the love duet from Elgar's cantata Caractacus and a vintage recording from
Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra of Schoenberg's Verklarte Nacht.
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Are We Being Overwhelmed by What We See? This month Norman Lebrecht 's interactive debate discusses how, in a world dominated by image - televisual or photographic - the aural and the verbal are losing out. What can be done to reverse the dictatorship of the eye? Send your views by email to email@example.com, or phone (during the programme) [number removed].
Aled Jones traces the long and colourful history of the Huddersfield Choral Society with its chorus master. Joseph Cullen. With music by Walton, Elgar, Holst, Borodin, Purcell and Poulenc conducted by Paul Daniel , Vernon Handley ,
Malcolm Sargent , Martyn Brabbins and others.
Written by Martin O'Brien ,
Christine Marshall , Barbara Phillips , Jonathan Larkin , Charlotte Allan and Paul Butler from a storyboard by Val McDermid. A tense thriller recorded in the Williamson Tunnels underneath Liverpool. Morgan McCarthy is missing and so is a priceless map of the tunnels.
Music composed and performed by Jaydev Mistry Producer Gary Brown ; Director Polly Thomas
Richard Morrison profiles Paul Sacher, who used his large fortune to commission more than 300 pieces, and conducted many of the premieres, including Bartok's Music for strings, percussion and celesta. Contributions from Pierre Boulez , Ann-Sophie Mutter, Heinz Holliger, Elliott Carter, Harrison Birtwistle, and musicians from the Basle Chamber Orchestra, the orchestra Sacher founded in his native city.
Featuring a session from Anglo-Swedish roots and reels quartet Swap.
1/5. The Entrepreneur. With Donald Macleod. Overture: Jubeloratorium fur die Hamburger Admiralitat; Violin Sonata in F (Der Getreue Music-Meister); Paris Quartet No 2 in D;
Brockes Passion (end) Repeated from Monday
With Susan Sharpe. A selection of Japanese, Turkish and Finnish music from the Seventh World Symposium on Choral Music, recorded in Kyoto, Japan.
2.20 Odak Adriatic Symphony. Op 36 2.53 Debussy Reflets dans I'Eau; Hommage a Rameau: Mouvement: Cloches a Travers les Feuilles: Poissons d'Or (Images)
3.13 Wagenaar Overture: Cyrano de Bergerac
3.27 Beethoven Violin Sonata in A, Op 47 (Kreutzer)
4.01 Zelenka Capriccio in F
4.20 Pachelbel Exsurgat Deus: Nun danket alle Gott
4.27 Mozart Church Sonata in B flat, K68 4.32 Reger Lobe den Herren, den machtigen König der Ehren
4.41 Bruch Allegro Vivace ma Non Troppo in C. Op 83 No 7
4.46 Schubert Schwanengesang, D957 (excerpt):
Romance (Rosamunde) 5.00 Monluszko Overture: Jawnuta
5.04 Verdi Ben to T'invenni (Nabucco) 5.16 Sibelius
Symphony No 7 5.42 Handel Concerto Grosso in A, Op 6 No 115.59 Chausson Pavane; Forlane (Ouelques Danses, Op 26) 6.10 Mozart String Quartet in G. K156 6.22 Janacek Suite, Op 3 6.37 MacDowell Witches' Dance, Op 17 No
6.40 Dave Maric Predicaments forpercussion
6.50 Traditional The Clerk: Road Tune