Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Monteverdi Dixit Dominus II La Capella Ducale, Musica Fiata , Koln, director Roland Wilson
Mozart Flute Quartet in D, K285
Carol Wincenc , members of the Emerson Quartet
8.00-9.00: Kroll Banjo and Fiddle
Leonidas Kavakos (violin), Peter Nagy (piano) Grieg Holberg Suite Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, director lona Brown
Rob Cowan introduces some surprises and treasures from his record collection. Plus a chance to hear one of Samuel Barber 's symphonies as recommended on yesterday's CD Review. The programme includes: Cole Porter Overture: Silk Stockings
Studio Orchestra, conductor Lehmann Engel Poulenc Sonata Alan Civil (horn), John iveson (trombone), John Wilbraham (trumpet) Villa-Lobos Prelude No 1 in E minor Andres Segovia (guitar)
Mozart Overture: Idomeneo
Hamburg Pro Musica, conductor Harry Newstone Flotow Letzte Rose (Martha)
Erna Berger (soprano), Peter Anders (tenor),
Staatskapelle Berlin, conductor Johannes Schuler Bach Fourteen Goldberg Canons, BWV1087 Richard Egarr (harpsichord)
Handel Chaconne in G, HWV435 Anne Oueffelec (piano)
Respighl Metamorphoseon Modi XII Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jesus Lopez-Cobos Cimarosa Perdonate , Signor Mio (II Matrimonio
Segreto, Scene 11) Arleen Auger (soprano), ECO, conductor Daniel Barenboim
Janacek On an Overgrown Path (excerpts) Alperin Procession
Mikhail Rudy and Misha Alperin (pianos) Desprez Benedicta Es Tallis Scholars
Hummel, arr Nakariakov Bassoon Concerto in F Sergei Nakariakov (trumpet),
Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra, conductor Saulius Sondeckis
Michael Berkeley 's guest today is leather-clad singer/songwriter, bass guitarist and actress Suzi Ouatro. She is passionate about all types of music, from Beethoven,
Mozart and Rachmaninov to Bob Dylan , Dory Previn , Stevie Wonder and Billie Holiday.
Suzi Ouatro answers One Final Question: p146
The Strange Case of the Flame-Haired Priest Vivaldi's music is well-known and loved, but how much do we know of his personal life? Andrew Manze explores the life of this fascinating
Baroque composer. Includes music performed by the Venice Baroque Orchestra, the English
Concert and the Academy of Ancient Music.
Stephanie Hughes introduces a recital given in London's Wigmore Hall.
Leonidas Kavakos (violin), Denes Varjon (piano) Beethoven Violin Sonata No 6 in A, Op 30 No 1 Busoni Violin Sonata No 2 in E minor, Op 36a Debussy Violin Sonata
Bartok Violin Sonata No 1
Featuring requests for Vaughan Williams 's Tuba Concerto, Ludwig Thuille 's sumptuous Sextet in B flat and part of Bach's Lute Suite in G minor,
BWV995 arranged for guitar. The theme of the month continues with further Mozart choices.
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Tom Service investigates the world of "semi-opera" as Mark Morris and Jane Glover prepare to stage Purcell and Dryden's King Arthur for
English National Opera. Conductor and author
Robert Craft takes a break from recording to talk about his encounters with many of the seminal figures in 20th-century intellectual and cultural life, and a took behind the doors of Tate Modern's Kandinsky exhibition prompts an examination of the artist's relationship with Schoenberg.
Aled Jones takes a musical road trip from the east to the west coast of America to find out why the Anglican choral tradition has had such an impact in US cathedrals and churches. Producer Emily Kershaw
Another chance to hear Ted Whitehead 's play about a man returning to his home town and re-examining his relationship with his father.
Moving, witty and powerful, this is perhaps the most autobiographical of all his plays to date.
Producer Helen Chattwell ; Director Bruce Hyman
The curse of Macbeth played its part in one of the bloodiest ever riots in the United States. On 10 May 1849 US militia killed 23 and wounded over a hundred people at the Astor Place Opera House in New York. Was this just the unhappy climax of a long-standing feud between two actors? Tim Pigott-Smith traces the events, examining the tensions between nations and the antagonisms between classes in a city ripe for reform. Producer Merilyn Harris
Tonight Kershaw includes a session with sparkling sexagenarian singers the Mahotella Queens.
1/5. With Donald Macleod.
Ave Maria; The Mystic Trumpeter, Op 18, A Somerset Rhapsody, Op 21 No 2;
Beni Mora, Op 29 No 1
(Repeated from Monday)
With Jonathan Swain.
Schubert Der Tanz, D826; Gondelfahrer, D809; Standchen, D920 Stephen Betteridge (piano). BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Cleobury
Haydn A bendlied zu Gott (H XXV c9); Der Augenblick Schubert Gott ist mein Hirt, D706
Mendelssohn Four Songs dm Grunen, Op 59, excerpts)
Beethoven Sanft wie du lebtest (Elegischer Gesang, Op n8)
1.47 Mahler Symphony No 7
3.03 Guilmant Organ Sonata No 8 in A, Op 913.37 Ravel Piano Concerto in G 3.59 Debussy Fêtes Galantes
4.08 Lipinski Variations on a Theme of Rossini's La
Cenerentola 4.23 Rossini Languirper una Bella (L Italiana in Algeri) 4.31 Hammerschmidt Suite in G minor/G
4.41 Telemann Concerto in B flat for three oboes
4.51 Rimsky-Korsakov Salieri's Aria (Mozart and Salieri)
5.00 Andricu Sinfonietta No 13, Op 123 5.07 Poulenc
Petites Voix 5.14 Goossens Concertino for double string orchestra, Op 47 5.28 Schumann Novelette in F, Op 21 No 1
5.33 Salmenhaara Adagietto 5.39 Sibelius Rondino
5.42 Geijer Sonatina in A flat 5.56 Eckhard Andantino
(Sonata in A, Op Wo 4) 6.01 Bronnemuller Toccatina No 1 in D (Fasciculus Musicus) Colllzi/Kauchlrtz Sonatina No 1 in G, Op 8 6.10 Krenz Concertino 6.31 Poulenc Sinfonietta