Presented by Louise Fryer.
7.00-8.00: Mendelssohn Hormein Bitten Bach Orchestral Suite No 4 in D, BWV1069
8.00-9.00: Mozart Piano Concerto No 6 in B flat, K238 Monteverdi Gloria in Excelsis Deo
Rob Cowan with treasures and surprises from his record collection. There's also a chance to hear the Duruf le organ music recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes: Samuel Arnold Overture: Polly
Toronto Camerata, conductor Kevin Mallon Gershwin, arr Dushkin Short Story Blair Fairchild Mosquitos
Musorgsky, arr Dushkin Hopak (Sorochintsi Fair) Gerhard Taschner (violin), Martin Krause (piano) Donizetti Verranno a Te sullaure (Lucia di
Lammermoor) Amelita Galli-Curci (soprano) and Tito Schipa (tenor) with orchestra conducted by Rosario Bourdon
John Bull Les Buttons
Martin Peerson The Fall of a Leaf
John Bull The King's
Hunt Rafael Puyana (harpsichord)
Chopin Andante et Grande Polonaise , Op 22
Nelson Freire (piano), South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ernest Bour
Haydn Credo (Mass in C, H XXII 5) (St Cecilia Mass) Elisabeth Speiser (soprano), Helen Watts
(contralto), Kurt Equiluz (tenor),
Stuttgarter Hymnus Boys ' Choir, Werner Keltsch Instrumental Ensemble, conductor Gerhard Wilhelm
Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat, Op 44 Victor Aller (piano), Hollywood Quartet
Farkas Ancient Hungarian Dances of the 17th Century Phoebus Quintet
Morley Sleepe Slumb 'ring Eyes Musicians of Swann Alley
Anouar Brahem Astrakan Cafe
Aouar Brahem (oud), Barbaros Erkose (clarinet), Lassad Hosni (bendir)
Darius Milhaud Saudades do Brasil, Op 67 Concerts Arts Orchestra conducted by the composer
Michael Berkeley 's guest is former Conservative MP Lord Patten, the last British Governor of Hong Kong and subsequently European Commissioner for foreign relations. His musical choices range from Handel and Beethoven to Hoagy Carmichael.
Catherine Bott is joined in the studio by the director of the Early Music Network, Glyn Russ , to preview this year's summer festivals, including the Lufthansa Festival of Early Music, the York Early Music Festival and the Brighton Early Music Festival.
Bath International Music Festival
Stephanie Hughes introduces a recital by the Bath Festival's new artistic director, pianist Joanna MacGregor. from the Assembly Rooms. The programme includes Bach's Goldberg Variations, BWV988; six tangos by Piazzolla, and Lost
Highway - MacGregor's own "musical diary" of a journey through the music of the Mississippi Delta.
4/4. Colm Toibin completes his journey through Spanish history and music in the city of Granada. Producer Simon Taylor
This week's listeners' requests include Walton's virtuosic Violin Concerto and Mozart's first string quartet, written when he was still in his teens, and more favourite crossover artists.
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Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the opera company brought together by a former miner - Welsh National Opera. Tom Service looks at the past, present and future of opera in Wales, with contributions from original members of the company, including 90-year-old scenery painter Cyril Stevens, who bizarrely rediscovers his backdrop for the first ever WNO production hanging in a Cardiff pub. Also featuring contributions from French directors Patrice Caurier and Moshe Leiser and controversial director Peter Sellars.
The programme that follows continues today's focus on Welsh National Opera
The beating heart of any opera company is its chorus, and Welsh National Opera is no exception. Aled Jones visits them in their new home at the Wales Millennium Centre. Members past and present and chorus master Donald Nally explore the vocal challenges of this unique style of choral singing. Music includes a specially recorded studio session of a cappella works by James MacMillan , Britten, Poulenc and Barber. Producer Michael Surcombe
By Henrik Ibsen , translated by Michael Meyer. Paul Scofield stars in this bitter struggle for absolute power, in which three self-centred men drag their country into bloody civil war. None of them understands the nature of selfless love, exemplified by their long-suffering womenfolk.
Music by Mike Sykes Adapted and directed by Martin Jenkins
Ragnhild, his wife:
Margaret, his daughter:
Sigrid, his sister:
4/4. Next Year in Jerusalem. Dennis Marks concludes his search for the descendants of the Sephardic Jews exiled from Spain in 1492 in Israel and London. Producer Dennis Marks
With a session from Britain's great songwriter and virtuoso guitarist John Martyn.
1/5. The Barezzi Family. This week
Donald Macleod looks at some of the personalities who helped Verdi achieve success. Repeated from Monday
With Susan Sharpe. Eloar The Dream of Gerontius 2.33 Jemer Trio in E flat 100 Bach Partita No I in B flat, BWV825
3.19 WF Bach Sinfonie in F3.31 Rachmaninov Suite No 2, Op 173.56 Haydn Divertimento in B flat H II 46 4.05 Wagner Overture: Tannhauser 4.20 Weber Und ob die Wolke (Der Freischutz) 4.26 Beethoven Variations on a Theme from Paisiello's La Molinara, WoO69 433 Handel Trio Sonata in B flat, Op 2 No 3 4.43 Schumann Abegg Variations, Op
4.52 Faure Pavane , Op 50 5.00 Mendelssohn Overture: The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) 5.16 Wolf Italian Serenade
5.24 Weill Kleine Dreigroschenmusik 532 Handel Si
/'Infida Consorte: Confusa Si Miri (Rodelinda) 538 Griffes Three Tone Pictures, Op 5 5^47 Fitelberq Polish
Rhapsody, Op 25 6.06 Stanford The Blue Bird, Op 179 No 3
6.09 Ovalle Azulao 6.12 Schubert Piano Quintet in A, D667 (Trout) 6.47 Madetoja Ballet Suite: Okon Fuoco