Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Bach, orch Respighi Prelude and Fugue in D, BWV532 BBC Philharmonic, conductor Gianandrea Noseda Janacek Prohad/ta Gary Hoffmann (cello), Mikhail Rudy (piano) Beethoven Overture: Coriolan
Berlin PO, conductor Herbert von Karajan
8.30-10.00: Pergolesi Salve Regina in F minor Andreas Scholl (countertenor), Les Talens Lyriques, director Christophe Rousset Debussy Deux Arabesques Cecile Ousset (piano) Haydn Symphony No 59 in A (Fire)
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor Frans Bruggen
With Jonathan Swain.
Busoni Sonatina in Diem Nativitatis Christi MCMXVII, Michele Campanella (piano)
10.12 Haydn String Quartet in C, Op 74 No 1 Juilliard Quartet
10.34 Busoni Piano Sonatina No 5 (Sonatina Brevis in Signo Joannis Sebastiani Magni ) Christoph Sischka (piano)
10.40 Mahler Symphony No 10 (performing edition by Deryck Cooke ) Berlin SO, conductor Kurt Sanderling
4/5. By the time Barber reached the age of 40, he was in constant demand, both as composer and conductor. He was invited to London to record his cello concerto with the soloist Zara Nelsova. Donald Macleod introduces the final movement from that vintage recording, plus two commissions, one celebrating the 25th anniversary of the League of Composers and the other a chamber piece for the principals of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Piano Sonata, Op 26 John Browning Cello Concerto
Zara Nelsova, New Symphony Strings conducted by the composer
The Monk and His Cat (Hermit Songs, Op 29 No 8) Leontyne Price (soprano), the composer (piano) Summer Music
Michael Thompson Wind Quintet Prayers of Kierkegaard, Op 30
Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andres Schenk
Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight
Postcards from Paris
3/4. The church of St Olave, Hart Street , is the setting for today's concert in the City of London Festival series. With a French flavour, it features the music of Les Six: Poulenc, Milhaud, Honegger, Auric, Durey and Tailleferre, and their idol Satie. Introduced by Sara Mohr-Pietsch .
A Concert for the 80th birthday of HM the Oueen Introduced 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
Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World
Brian Kay celebrates the fifth anniversary of his Light Programme with a glass of Pink
Champagne, music for pantomime and ballet, and contributions from Charlie Chaplin , Albert Ketelby , Montague Phillips , and many others.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and news from the arts world.
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Musically, an all-Russian concert, but with literary associations that stretch from
Russia to Italy and England. Tolstoy's great Russian classic provides the inspiration for tonight's overture, but Prokofiev looked to
Elizabethan England and Shakespeare's story of star-crossed lovers to inspire his vibrant ballet score, and Shostakovich's setting of sonnets by the great Italian Renaissance painter and sculptor was written to mark the 500th anniversary of Michelangelo's birth. Presented by Petroc Trelawny . lldar Abdrazakov (bass), BBC Philharmonic, conductor Gianandrea Noseda
Prokofiev Overture: War and Peace
Shostakovich Suite on Verses by Michelangelo Buonarroti
8.20 Twenty Minutes: The Adverb
Poet Eva Salzman , in conversation with Ian McMillan , presents a selection of her favourite writings on music in the first of a new series of literary performances, recorded in front of a live audience at Cadogan Hall.
8.40 Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet (excerpts) This Prom is repeated on Friday 21 July at 2pm
Siberia evokes images of frozen tundra,
Cossacks, and gulags. But what is it like to live there? What does Siberia mean to Russia and how important is it for the future? Journalist
Arkady Ostrovsky braves the cold to find out.
Liu Fang plays the Chinese pipa, Pandit Nikhil
Banerjee performs ragas on the sitar, and Ross Bolleter creates sounds from "pianos on the edge of ruin". Introduced by Fiona Talkington
5/5. With Donald Macleod. Including readings from Lutyen's autobiography A Goldfish Bowl. Chorale for Orchestra; Driving out the Death;
Triolet I: Encore-Maybe (1982); Echo of the Wind (1981) Repeated from Friday
With John Shea. Mozart Overture: The Marriage of Figaro: Piano Concerto No 23 in A, K488
Schubert Symphony No 2 in B flat Joanna MacGregor (piano), Stavanger SO, conductor Staffan Larson
2.04 Prokofiev Cello Sonata, Op 119 2.27 Kuljerlc
Croatian Glagolitic Requiem 3.26 Gallot Pieces de Lute in F minor 3.36 Moscheles Piano Sonata in E, Op 41 (Grosse Sonate) 4.04 Coulthard Ballet Suite: Excursion
4.19 Tchaikovsky, arr Hausen Chants sans Paroles
Adaskin Dedication 4.25 Schubert Die Cotter Griechenlands, D677b 4.30 Hindemith Trauermusik 4.38 Musorgsky A Night on Bare Mountain 4.53 Mendelssohn Rondo
Capriccioso, Op 14 5.00 Rossini Largo al Factotum (II Barbiere di Siviglia) 5.05 Wolf Italian Serenade 5.12 Mozart
Variations, K265 (Ah. Vous Dirai-Je, Maman) 5.23 Melartln Karelian Scenes, Op 146) 5.34 Karlowicz Ten Songs, Op 3
5.50 Rlmsky-Korsakov Russian Easter Festival Overture
6.06 Brade Consort Music 11609 collection)
6.32 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4 in G, BWV1049
6.49 Handel Waft Her, Angels: His Mighty Arm Uephtha)