Presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch .
7.00-8.00: J Strauss (son) Overture: Die
Fledermaus Bavarian State Opera Orchestra, conductor Carlos Kleiber Mozart Flute Quartet in A, K298 Barthold Kuijken, Members of Collegium Aureum
8.00-9.00: Bach Alas , the Sweet Taste of Coffee Edith Mathis (soprano), Berlin Chamber Orchestra, conductor Peter Schreier
Schubert Landler , D790 Richard Goode (piano)
With Rob Cowan. Music includes:
Mozart Symphony No I in E flat, K16
Bavarian RSO, conductor Klaus Tennstedt Strauss Fruhlingsstimmen
Erna Berger (soprano), Philharmonia, conductor
Walter Susskind Marin Marais Chaconne (Pieces en Trio in C) Ensemble Rebel
Szymanowski Concert Overture in E, Op 12 Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Kazimierz Kord
Bach French Suite No 5 in G, BWV816 Tatiana Nikolaeva (piano)
Elena Kats-Chernln Suite: Wild Swans (excerpts) Tasmanian SO , conductor Ola Rudner Galuppi Sonata for two organs
Luigi Celeghin and Bianka Pezic (organs) Pierre de la Rue Gaude Virgo
Mater Pro Cantione Antiqua , conductor Bruno Turner Howells ElegyHelen Callus (viola), New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, conductor Marc Taddei Tchalkovsky Mazeppa (excerpts)
Sergei Leiferkus and Monte Pederson
(baritones), Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
Grunfeld Soiree de Vienne Karol Szreter (piano)
Michael Berkeley 's guest today is the abstract painter Mark-Rowan-Hull, whose use of vibrant colour is often inspired by Messiaen's music. His other musical choices include Britten, Ives and Freddie Mercury.
York Early Music Festival
Catherine Bott introduces a concert given Dy the celebrated flute player Barthold
<uijken with harpsichordist Ewald Demayere , in music by the Bach family. Producer Chris Wines
Cheltenham Music Festival
Stephanie Hughes introduces a concert of Mozart and Bartok string quartets, played from memory by the dynamic Zehetmair Quartet. Mozart String Quartet in G, K156 Bartok String Quartet No 5
Mozart String Quartet in B flat, K458
2/4. Turner Prize nominee Tacita Dean talks to Robert McNab about the music she listens to while working and how it relates to the images she creates.
Listeners' requests this week include a flute transcription from part of Dvorak's American quartet played by James Galway. And excerpts from Beecham's recording of La Bohème together with Britten's Sacred and Profane.
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Tom Service speaks to author Seb Hunter and music critic Fiona Maddocks about Hunter's new book, Rock Me Amadeus, documenting his abandonment of pop and his quest to appreciate classical music. And Service looks at the life of the French verismo opera composer
Gustave Charpentier on the 50th anniversary of his death.
Aled Jones is in Llangollen for a special live edition from the vibrant International
Eisteddfod, featuring highlights from the prestigious Choir of the World competition, and live appearances from visiting groups. Guests include choral enthusiast Deborah Caterall from the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, and Terry Waite , who has been promoting the Eisteddfod's vision for uniting cultures.
Another chance to hear Caryl Phillips 's play reflecting the story of Caribbean independence. Kathleen, the English woman who has always managed and owned Hotel Cristobel, cannot accept that her era is over, or that her servant
John and the mysterious visitor Mr Schultz from New York might take her hotel away.
Director Ned Chaillet
Neil MacGregor , director of the British
Museum, visits Amsterdam to reassess the qualities that make Rembrandt's subjects reach out so directly to us today, 400 years after his birth. The large-scale classical and Biblical scenes in the Rijksmuseum dazzle with their technical brilliance and mastery of paint, while the smaller drawings and etchings convey his intimate observation of the human qualities of tenderness or vulnerability. MacGregor traces the routes some masterpieces took to arrive in British collections. Producer Richard Bannerman
Tonight, a classic Kershaw session from the Leeds punk band Gang of Four.
1/5. With Donald Macleod.
Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt, SWV380; Das istje gewisslich wahr, SWV388; Wie wenn der Adler, SWV434; Vierhirtinnen, SWVAnhi; Weinachts-Oratohum, SWV435 Repeated from Monday
With John Shea.
Bach Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV225; Motet: Komm, Jesu, komm! BWV229 Keren Bruce (viola da gamba), Inga-Lill Hillerud (bass), Fredrik Malmberg
(organ) Pendereckl Agnus Dei Ligeti Night; Morning;
Lux Aeterna Mahler, arr Clytus Gottwald Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen
Swedish Radio Chorus, conductor Peter Dijkstra
1.56 Vladlgerov Scandinavian Suite, Op 13
2.26 Mendelssohn String Octet in E flat. Op 20
3.58 Schubert Fantasy in C, D760 (Wandererfantasie)
3.20 Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A 4.01 Lassus SUsu-PER-per; Omnia Tempus Habent 4.09 Hellendaal Concerto Grosso in F, Op 3 No 3 4.20 Groneman Flute Sonata in G 4.29 Liszt Grande Etude de Paganini No 2
4.34 Rontgen Symphony (1930) 4.53 Picchi Ballo alia
Polacca; Ballon Ongaro; Ballo ditto il Pichi 5.00 Reznicek Overture: Donna Diana 5.06 Gounod Salut, Demeure
Chaste et Pure (Faust) 5.11 Wiedermann Nottumo in Csharp
5.21 Schubert Polonaise in B flat, D580
5.27 Cavalll Lauda Jerusalem (Psalm 147) 5.36 Bartok For Children (Book 1, excerpts) 5.41 Karlowlcz Chant de I'Eternelle Aspiration, (Chants Eternels, Op 10, Pt 1)
5.53 Marqo Kolar The Night 6.01 Sumera Symphony No 2
6.20 Telemann Unschuld und ein gut Gewissen
6.34 Poulenc Concert Champêtre