Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Rossini Overture: Semiramide National PO, conductor Riccardo Chailly Poulenc Piano Concerto Pascal Roge ,
Philharmonia, conductor Charles Dutoit
8.00-9.00: Strauss Horn Concerto No I Dennis Brain , Philharmonia, conductor
Wolfgang Sawallisch Rachmaninov Prelude in G sharp minor, Op 32 No 12 Dmitri Alexeev
Rob Cowan with treasures and surprises from his record collection. There's also a chance to hear the recording of Beethoven's Triple Concerto in C recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Other music includes:
Debussy Marche Ecossaise
Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Eduard von Beinum
Handel Suite: Xerxes Richard Lewis (tenor), Halle Orchestra , conductor John Barbirolli
Louis Couperin Passacaille Andre Isoir (organ) Alexander Weprik Three Folk Dances
Dmitry Sitkovetsky (violin), David Geringas (cello), Jascha Nemstov (piano)
Falla ElAmorBrujo Ana Maria Iriarte (mezzo), Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conductor Ataulfo Argenta
Rossini Una Voce Poco Fa (The Barber of Seville) Gianna d'Angelo (soprano), Bavarian Radio
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Bruno Bartoletti Mozart Andante ; Rondeau (Serenade in D, K250) (Haffner) Denes Zsigmondy (violin), Bamberg SO, conductor Ferdinand Leitner
Grieg Norwegian Rustic March; Notturno; March of the Dwarfs (Lyric Pieces, Op 54) London
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Stanley Black Sibelius Sunrise, Op 37 No 3; Autumn Evening, Op 38 No I; On a Balcony by the Sea, Op 38 No 2 Soile Isokoski (soprano), Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Leif Segerstam
Actress Joanna Lumley reveals her private musical passions to Michael Berkeley. These include the great quartet from Beethoven's opera
Fidelio, a Rossini overture, an unusual choral waltz by Josef Strauss and a song by Otis Redding.
iAyMiAlhama! Soprano Catherine Bott and lutenist David Miller perform Spanish romances from the period of the reconquest of Spain in the 15th century. And Tess Knighton explores the role of the ballad as a musical form at this time.
Stephanie Hughes introduces a recital given last year in Amsterdam by the Beaux Arts Trio, which included the first performance of a work by Mark-Anthony Turnage.
Philip Dukes (viola), Annika Hope-Pigorsch (double bass), Beaux Arts Trio
Brahms Piano Quartet in C minor, Op 60 Mark-Anthony Turnage A Slow Pavane
Schubert Piano Quintet in A, D667 (Trout)
3/4. The writer Colm Toibin continues his journey through Spanish history and music, with a visit to the Catalan capital, Barcelona. Producer Simon Taylor
Listeners' requests this week include the song cycle The Curlew by Peter Warlock , and one of the last of Beethoven's piano sonatas, Op 109 in E, performed by Craig Sheppard.
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Tom Service finds out about two exciting recent musical developments in South Africa. He talks to Pauline Malefane and Mark Dornford-May , star and director of a new film of Bizet's Carmen set in Malefane's home township of Khayelitsha, Cape Town. And at OSCA - the opera course at the University of Natal in Durban -
Martin Handley hears the amazing voices of the people Of KwaZulu-Natal. Producer David Gallagher
After a career of nearly 40 years, the King's Singers is still one of the world's top vocal ensembles.
Aled Jones talks to past and present members of the group about their trademark sound, and about their dedication to popular as well as classical music, embracing everything from madrigals to Motown. Producer Chris Taylor
By Jean Genet. A new translation for radio by Neil Bartlett of Genet's darkly disturbing play about suppressed hatred and oppression. Set in 1940s Paris, two sisters indulge in erotic and secret rituals of revenge against their wealthy employers - with fatal consequences.
Music by David Pickvance Director Gemma Jenkins
3/4. The Sublime Port. In the Balkans, Sephardic Jews were afforded five hundred years of relative stability and influence. In Istanbul and Izmir, this tradition persists despite recent terrorist outrages, while in Thessaloniki, devastated by the Nazis in 1943, new shoots survive in the remains of an ancient society. Dennis Marks continues his search for the Jewish communities who were expelled from Spain in 1492. Producer Dennis Marks
A show from the Wardrobe in Leeds as part of that city's alternative music festival. Including the UK debut of painter-cum-bluesman Dan Reeder. and a gyrating set of Congolese soukous from Kanda Bongo Man. Producer James Parkin
Donald Macleod. Josquin des Prez La Spagna Morales Jubilate Deo Omnis Terra Navarro In Passione Positus
Guerrero Missa Sancta et Immaculata
Victoria Ave Maria a 8 Repeated from Monday
With Susan Sharpe.
BBC Proms 2005: Beethoven Mass in D, Op 123 (Missa Solemnis) Emily Magee (soprano), Yvonne Naef (mezzo), Toby Spence (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone), Cleveland Orchestra Chorus, Cleveland Orchestra, conductor Franz Welser-Most 2.17 Marais Les Folies d'Espagne 2.28 Bach Violin Sonata No 3 in C. BWV1005 2.50 Rung Chime, You Bells 2.53 Ravel String Quartet F3.23 Stravinsky Ballet: Pulcinella 4.00 Rossini Andante et Tema con
Variazioni in F 4.12 Liszt La Campanella 4.17 Sarasate
Zigeunerweisen, Op 20 4.27 Copland, arr Kain Hoe-Dewn (Rodeo) 4.31 Borodin, orch Glazunov Symphony No 3 in A minor 4.50 Barriere Sonata No 10 in G for two cellos
5.00 Monteverdi Altri Canti d'Amor 5.09 Purcell Funeral Music for Queen Mary 5.15 Bach, orch Schoenberg Chorale Prelude, BWV654 5.23 Mozart Abendempfindung, K523
5.29 Tournier Images, Op 35 5.40 Chopin Prelude in C sharp minor, Op 45 5.44 Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture: Romeo and Juliet 6.06 Haydn String Quartet in D,
Op 64 No 5 (The Lark) 6.24 Schubert, transcr Liszt
Stindchen 6.30 D'India Interdette Speranz'e Van Des/o; Pur Venisti, Cor Mio 6.41 Rautavaara Cantus Arcticus, Op 61