Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Brahms Scherzo in E flat minor, Op 4 Britten Courtly Dances (Gloriana) Hindemith Kleine Kammermusik
830-10.00: Weber Horn Concertino in E minor Monteverdi Laudate Pueri Chopin Krakowiak , Op 14
With Jonathan Swain. Music includes:
Busoni Piano Sonatina No 2 (Sonatina Seconda) Geoffrey Douglas Madge
10.11 Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture: Romeo and Juliet Dresden Staatskapelle/Kurt Sanderling
10.31 Handel Theodora (Act 2, Scene 2)
Heather Harper (soprano), English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Johannes Somary
10.45 Shostakovich Violin Concerto No 1 Igor Oistrakh , Berlin Symphony Orchestra, conductor Kurt Sanderling
11.19 Sheppard Verbum Caro
The Clerkes of Oxenford, director David Wulstan
11.27 Busoni Fantasia Contrappuntistica Gunnar Johansen (piano)
3/5. In 1942 Barber received his call-up papers but was given a non-combatant role that enabled him to continue composing.
Donald Macleod introduces three of Barber's wartime orchestral works, plus his sublime setting of James Agee 's poem Knoxville, Summer of 1915. Essay for Orchestra No 2, Op 17
Baltimore SO, conductor David Zinman Symphony No 2, (final mvt)
Detroit SO, conductor Neeme Jarvi Capricorn Concerto
Jacob Berg (flute), Peter Bowman (oboe),
Susan Slaughter (trumpet), St Louis Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leonard Slatkin Knoxville - Summer of 1915, Op 24
Dawn Upshaw (soprano), Orchestra of St Luke's, conductor David Zinman
Repeated on Tuesday at 12 midnight
Postcards from Paris
2/4. From the church of St Dunstan-in-the-West, Sara Mohr-Pietsch introduces a City of London Festival concert celebrating the music of Paris. Soprano Gaele Le Roi and pianist Catherine Cournot perform songs by Gounod, Faure, Debussy, Ravel, Hahn, Boulanger and Satie.
Presented by Martin Handley.
Richard Watkins (horn), Halle Orchestra , conductor Mark Elder
Debussy La Mer
Colin Matthews Horn Concerto
Sibelius Symphony No 1 Repeated from Monday
Live from Eton College Chapel with this year's Second Eton Choral Course. Introit: Go Down Moses (Tippett). Responses:
Leighton. Psalms: 98, 99, 100 (Ben Parry ). First Lesson: Nehemiah 13, vv15-31. Canticles:
Chichester Service (Walton) Second Lesson:
2 Corinthians 2, vv5-17. Anthem: Rejoice in the Lamb (Britten). Final Hymn: 0 Jesus I Have Promised (Wolvercote). Organ Voluntary:
Fantasia and Fugue in G (Parry). Director Ben Parry. Organist Christopher Whitton.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and news of current events in the arts world.
A Concert for the 80th birthday of HM the Queen
Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Her Majesty the Queen and HRH the Duke of Edinburgh are guests of honour at tonight's Prom. Peter Maxwell Davies, Master of the Queen's Music, and Andrew Motion, poet laureate, have created a special musical birthday present for Her Majesty - a new cantata exploring the themes of constancy and the environment, to be performed by massed children's voices, fanfare trumpeters and orchestra. Youth remains centre-stage with the teenage soloist in Mozart's Clarinet Concerto, before the orchestra's new chief conductor brings an authentic Czech stamp to Dvorak's popular symphony. Presented by Petroc Trelawny.
Julian Bliss (basset clarinet), Choristers of the Chapels Royal, St James 's Palace and Hampton Court Palace, City of Birmingham Symphony Youth Chorus, Children's International Voices of Enfield, Finchley Children's Music Group, New London Children's Choir, Southend Boys' and Girls' Choirs, Trinity Boys' Choir, Fanfare
Trumpeters of the Scots Guards, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jiri Belohlavek
Arr Gordon Jacobs The National Anthem
Maxwell Davies A Little Birthday Music (first performance)
Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A, K622
8.05 Interval: Past Masters of the King's Musick Roderick Swanston reflects on the changing role of the royal composer, a post initiated in 1625 at the court of Charles I, who appointed Nicholas Lanier at a salary of Â£200, plus a livery allowance of Â£16 2s 6d.
8.30 Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World)
This Prom is repeated on Thursday 20 July at 2pm.
David Wallace assesses the first English language autobiography and traces the final journey that its author, the 15th-century visionary Margery Kempe , made at the age of 60 from her home in Kings Lynn to Danzig, Wilsnack and Aachen.
Fiona Talkington explores the latest sounds in trans-global music, with tracks from new albums by Turkish producer and reed-flute player
Mercan Dede , Algerian-born DJ Cheb I Sabbah and Ethiopian star singer Gigi.
4/5. With Donald Macleod.
Six Bagatelles, Op 133 No 5; 0 Saisons, 0
Châteaux: Rondel; La Natura dell'Acqua; The Skull (1965) Repeated from Thursday
With John Shea.
Sweelinck Toccata in A minor: Meinjunges Leben hat ein End; Echo Fantasia in C; Da Pacem Domine in Diebus Nostris: Ricercar Van Noordt Psalm 116: Fantasia in G
Hans van Nieuwkoop (organ) 2.02 Anon The Gentle Lamb
2.13 Kraus Symphony in C minor 2.34 Mendelssohn
Piano Concerto No 2 in D minor 2.58 Ravel Daphnis and Chloe 3.49 Grandjany Harp Rhapsody 3.58 Liszt Romance Oubliée 4.04 Judith Weir String Quartet 4.16 Lechner Deutsche Spruche von Leben und Tod 4.27 Kuhnau
Biblical Sonata No 2 in G minor 4.42 Fritsch Paduan and Two Galliards (Primitiae Musicales) 4.51 Desprez In Te Domine Speravi 5.00 Bach Passacaglia in C minor,
BWV5B2 5.14 Bruhns Paratum Cor Meum 5.28 Nystedt 0 Crux 5.35 Alablev Overture in F minor 5.47 Glinka Air de Sousanine (Ivan Sousanine ) 5.53 Mozart Wind
Serenade in C minor, K388 6.18 Leclair Violin Concerto in D, Op 10 No 3 6.34 Beethoven Ah! Perfido, Op 65
6.47 Brahms Five Hungarian Dances