Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: JS Bach, arr Rummel Die Seete ruht in Jesu Handen (Cantata No 127)
JC Bach Symphony in E flat, Op 6 No 2
8.00-9.00: Stravinsky The Soldier's Tale Prokofiev Suite: Lieutenant Kije
Rob Rowan introduces surprises and treasures from his record collection. Plus the recording of Grieg's Holberg Suite recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes:
Wagenaar Overture: The Taming of the Shrew Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. conductor Riccardo Chailly Cittadini Ninna Nanna
Beniamino Gigli (tenor) with orchestra Bach Prelude in G, BWV541 Laubin Brass Ensemble
Paul Spicer Loaves and Fishes; Easter Hymn 5 (Easter Oratorio) Birmingham Bach Choir,
Lichfield Cathedral Choristers and Special Choir, English SO, conductor Alexander Mason
Mendelssohn Concerto in D minor Jaap van Zweden (violin), Ronald Brautigam (piano), Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra Schubert Der Wanderer D489
Alexander Kipnis (bass), Frank Bibb (piano)
Dvorak Te Deum Atlanta Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Robert Shaw
Hindemith Kleine Kammermusik , Op 24 No 2 Vienna Quintet
Puccini Sola, Perduta, Abbandonata (Manon
Lescaut) Dorothy Kirsten (soprano), Metropolitan Opera Society Orchestra, conductor Fausto Cleva Hubay Scene from the Csarda No 2
Sandor Lakatos (violin) and his Gipsy Band Liszt Mazeppa Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Zubin Mehta
American virtuoso jazz pianist and composer Chick Corea shares his musical passions with Michael Berkeley , including the music that has influenced his own work, which ranges from Mozart, Bartok and Scriabin to Art Tatum and Duke Ellington.
Studio der fruhen Musik. Catherine Bott looks at the history and development of this influential and inspirational early music ensemble, from its formation in Munich in the early 1960s to its final years in Basel in the 70s.
Steven Isserlis (cello), Stephen Hough (piano) A concert recorded last year at the Wigmore Hall. Presented by Stephanie Hughes. Strauss Cello Sonata, Op 6
Brahms Cello Sonata No 1 in E minor, Op 38 Webern Two Pieces for cello and piano Brahms Cello Sonata No 2 in F, Op 99
3/3. Evening in Modena. Catherine Bott concludes her day in the company of the great Italian soprano Mirella Freni with a meal and conversation in the diva's favourite restaurant.
She discusses her ideas about the art of singing and reflects on how she came to some of the more important decisions about her career. Producer Chris Wines
Two of this weeks' listener requests celebrate spring - Debussy's Printemps and the ballet music from Verdi's Sicilian Vespers. Plus Liszt's A la Chapelle Sixtine recorded specially by the BBC Concert Orchestra.
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Petroc Trelawny with a profile of the British composer Richard Rodney Bennett , who is 70 this month. And a look at Opera North's production of Arms and the Cow - Kurt Weill 's rarely performed but disturbingly relevant satirical Operetta. Producer Paul Frankl
Mozart Mozart 's religious views are famously difficult to read from the surviving records of his life. Aled Jones travels to Salzburg, where the composer wrote many of his most significant sacred choral works. Music includes movements from the Vesperae Solennes de Confessore, K339, the Mass in C, K66 (Dominicus), and the Missa SolemniS in C, K337. Producer Michael Surcombe
By Jack Thorne. Rachel and Peter are 17. They've been going out for six months and it's love's young dream. Then Rachel gets seriously ill. The only person she wants is Peter but Peter doesn't know what he wants. Produced in association with the Bush Theatre, London. Producer Steven Canny
Writer and singer Shusha Guppy tells the fascinating story of how Islamic philosophers brought the treasures of classical Greek thought to the West. as the Islamic empire spread to Europe in the 9th century. Producer Phil Pegum
A classic session from Ernest Randrianasolo - better known to fans of Madagascan music as D'Gary - recorded in 1997.
1/5. Fairy Tales. With Donald Macleod. Toi, le Coeur de la Rose (L'Enfant et les Sortileges)
Franchise Ogeas (mezzo), French Radio National Orchestra, conductor Lorin Maazel Songs for unaccompanied chorus Groupe Vocal de France, conductor John Alldis Sonata Nigel Kennedy
(violin), Lynn Harrell (cello) Ma Mere I'Oye Berlin PO, conductor Pierre Boulez Scarbo (Gaspard de la Nuit) Angela Hewitt (piano) Repeated from Monday
With John Shea.
BBC Proms 2005: The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir with Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (organ), directed by Paul Hillier , perform a selection of Arvo Part's sacred pieces, interspersed with plainchant and motets from the 12th to the 14th centuries. 2.16 Fitelberg From the Depths of the Sea. Op 26 2.39 Mosonyi Studies for the Teaching of the Interpretation of Hungarian Music
2.52 Bruckner Symphony No 7in 4.00 Mozart
Overture: Don Giovanni 4.07 Forster Confitebor Tibi Domine 4.19 A Gabriell Canzon Francese detta Frais et Calliard: Canzon Arioso 4.26 Albicastro Concerto a 4. Op 7No 12 4.34 Mozart Symphony No 26 in E flat, K184
4.45 Moniuszko Will He Return?: The Tear 4.54 Kreisler Preludium and Allegro 5.00 Piston Prelude and Allegro
5.10 Soyka Chromatic Concert Etudes, Op 9 No 4 5.19 Bach. arr Manze Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BVIV565
5.27 Couperin La Francoise (La Pucelle) 5.34 Haydn
Symphony No 73 in D (La Chasse) 5.56 Verdi 11 Presagio Funesto ...Ah Si, Ben Mio (II Trovatore) 6.01 Albrecht, arr Holoubek Suite for Big Orchestra 6.25 Brahms Cello Sonata No 1 in E minor, Op 38 6.45 Liszt Prometheus