Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Vivaldi Concerto in C, RV537 Faure Messe Basse
8.00-9.00: Bridge Enter Spring Lassus De Profundis Clamavi
Rob Rowan introduces surprises and treasures from his record collection. Plus highlights from the recording of Verdi's Don Carlos recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes: Kabalevsky Scene at the Square (Romeo and Juliet) Moscow SO, conductor Dmitri Kitaenko Pedro de Araujo Batalha Scott Ross (organ)
Chapi Jota (La Bruja) Miguel Fleta (tenor) with chorus and orchestra
Battistella Melodia de Arrabal Carlos Gardel (guitar)
Telemann Paris Quartet in A
Tchaikovsky The Christmas Tree; March, Galop and Dance of the Parents (Ballet: The Nutcracker, Act 1) Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Hans Vonk Bach, arr Rummel Die Seele ruht in Jesu Handen Jonathan Plowright (piano)
Barber Nocturne; The Daisies; Sleep Now
Leontyne Price (soprano), David Garvey (piano) John Lewis Django Modern Jazz Quartet, New York Chamber Symphony Orchestra Beethoven Rondo in B flat, Wo06
Lili Kraus (piano), Vienna State Opera Orchestra, conductor Victor Desarzens
Schreker Der Geburtstag der Infantin (excerpts) Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Lothar Zagrosek
German folk songs Ach, wie ist's moglich dann; Du, du liegst mir im Herzen; Kommt e Vogerl geflogen Richard Tauber (tenor), Mischa Spoliansky (piano)
J Strauss (son) Waltz: Tales from the Vienna
Woods, Op 325 Vienna SO, conductor Rudolf Moralt Biber Battalia Vienna Concentus Musicus, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
Composer and jazz clarinettist David Rothenberg shares his musical passions with Michael Berkeley. These include Vivaldi's flute concerto // Gardellino, works by Messiaen and Takemitsu, whale music re-interpreted by Alan Hovhaness , Nepalese sarangi music inspired by butterflies, and Dave Holland 's Conference of the Birds.
Michelangelo. 2/2. Catherine Bott explores the later years in the life of the great Renaissance artist Michelangelo and hears music by contemporary Italian composers, with Hugo Chapman , curator of the British Museum's new exhibition, Michelangelo Drawings.
Celebrating Mozart: The Piano Concertos 1/7. Stephanie Hughes presents a series of Mozart piano concertos from the Piano 2006 festival in Manchester. The first programme features four concertos that Mozart arranged for piano and single strings.
Mozart Piano Concertos: No 11 in F, K413; No 14 in E flat K449 Vahan Mardirossian , Ronan Dunn (double bass), Callino Quartet
Piano Concertos: No 12 in A K4I4; No 13 in C, K415 Michel Dalberto , Dominic Worsley (double bass), Elias Quartet This series continues in Performance on 3 tonight at 6.30pm and Monday-Friday at 7.30pm
More listeners' requests, including Welsh baritone Geraint Evans performing highlights from Donizetti's L'ElisirdAmore, the orchestral suite for Malcolm Williamson 's opera Our Man in Havana, and Hummel's Piano Concerto in B minor.
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This month Norman Lebrecht looks at women and creativity: why, in the realm of the arts, where equality between the sexes is generally assumed, are female artists successful in some genres but still not in others? Leading players give their views; submit yours to email@example.com or phone in during the programme on [number removed]. Producer Tony Cheevers
Celebrating Mozart: The Piano Concertos
2/7. Another concert from Manchester's Piano 2006 festival. Introduced by Louise Fryer. Halle Orchestra, director Barry Douglas Mozart Piano Concerto No 5 in D, K175 Michael McHale
Piano Concerto No 25 in C, K503 Barry Douglas Concerto in E flat for two pianos, K365 Michael McHale and Barry Douglas
By award-winning playwright Debbie Tucker Green. In an intense encounter in a bar, a man and a woman disclose what led them there and what compels them to keep talking to each other.
Director Mary Peate
More than E17 billion is being spent on new school buildings in the next few years. Deyan Sudjic asks whether a new educational and architectural future is being forged or whether the mistakes of the past are being repeated. Producer Susan Marling
Congolese singer Samba Mapangala brings his Orchestra Virunga into the Kershaw studio.
1/5. Naples. With
Donald Macleod. Elisabetta, Regina d'lnghilterra (Sinfonia; end of Act 1) Soloists, Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, LPO, conductor Giuliano Carella Ah, Non Potrian Resistere (Le Nozze di Teti e di Peleo) Cecilia Bartoli (soprano), Venice La Fenice Choir and Orchestra, conductor Ion Marin Ricciardo e
Zoraide, Act 2 (excerpt) Soloists, Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor David Parry Repeated from Monday
With John Shea. The Hilliard Ensemble perform sacred works by Ockeghem. 2.13 Domenico da Piacenza Pizochara
2.20 Jarzebski Four Canzonia a 4 2.37 A Scarlatti Toccata in G 2.43 Frederick the Great Flute Sonata in C mfnor
2.52 Haydn Symphony No 43 in E flat (Mercury)
3.15 Raichev Symphony No 2 (The New Prometheus)
4.00 Durufle Prélude, Récitatif et Variations, Op3
4.16 Auber Guoracha (La Muette de Portia) 4.21 Dussek Piano Sonata in D, Op 31 No 2 4.34 Marais La Paraza
4.41 Gorczyckl Illuxit Sol 4.51 Vivaldi Recorder Concerto in F, RV442 5.00 Dvorak Slavonic Dance No 10 in E minor, Op 72 5.05 Respighi Adagio con Variazioni 5.18 Enescu Romanian Rhapsody No 1 in A, Op 11 No 15.31 Ruynemann Piano Sonatine 5.35 Andriessen Magna Res Est Amor
5.39 Britten Sinfonia da Requiem, Op 20 6.12 Maasalo In Memoriam Oskar Merikanto; Preludi Uruille, Op 28 No 1
6.19 Melartin Divertimento No 1, Op 152 6.28 Jongen
Sonata Eroica, Op 94 6.44 Hoist Hymns from the Rig Veda