Presented by Sandy Burnett.
7.00-8.30: Mozart Overture: Lucio Silla
Anon AlAlva Venid Buen Amigo Beethoven Twelve Variations on the theme A Maiden or a Little Wife from Mozart's Magic Flute, Op 66
8.30-10.00: Korngold Theme and Variations, Op 42
Berlioz Queen Mab, the Dream Fairy (Romeo and Juliet) Weber Hungarian Fantasy, Op 35
With Jonathan Swain. Featuring symphonies by Haydn and recordings by Susanne Lautenbacher. Haydn Symphony No 51 in B flat
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor Frans Bruggen
Concerto No 12 in D (LArte del Violino Op 3)
Susanne Lautenbacher (violin), Mainz Chamber Orchestra, conductor Gunter Kehr
10.48 Gershwin Lullaby Kohon Quartet
11.02 Haydn Symphony No 52 in C minor Tafelmusik, conductor Bruno Weil
11.25 Beethoven Violin Sonata No 9 in A, Op 47 (Kreutzer) Susanne Lautenbacher (violin), Rolf Reinhardt (piano)
1/5. St Petersburg
Although he lived in America for almost 30 years, Igor Stravinsky referred to the loss of his homeland Russia and its language as the greatest crisis in his life as a composer. Donald Macleod examines the impact of his exile from Russia and the music his birthland inspired. Scherzo a la Russe
Hong Kong PO, conductor David Atherton Petrushka (1st Tableau)
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
Three Songs (Recollections of My Childhood) Phyllis Bryn Julson (soprano), Ensemble
InterContemporain, conductor Pierre Boulez Sonata in F sharp minor (2nd mvt) Martin Jones (piano) Suite: The Firebird
Boston SO, conductor Erich Leinsdorf
Producer Johannah Smith Repeated Sunday 12 midnight
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3/8. Live from Cadogan Hall, London. Four brilliant young Polish musicians unlock the power and beauty of the music of fellow countryman Szymanowski in a programme that also salutes the uniquely original imagination of Mozart, and celebrates
Shostakovich's anniversary with one of his most personal quartets - a bittersweet tribute to his first wife.
Royal String Quartet
Mozart String Quartet in B flat, K458 (Hunt) Shostakovich String Quartet No 7 Szymanowski String Quartet No 2
This Prom is repeated on Saturday 5 August at 12pm
Inger Dam-Jensen (soprano), Helene Grimaud (piano), Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jonathan Nott
Wolfgang Rlhm Verwandlung (first performance)
Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor
Mahler Symphony No 4 Repeated from Thursday
2/2. Another chance to hear Edward Seckerson's birthday tribute. Including music from many of Sondheim's past successes and his latest hit musical, "Bounce".
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Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Rimsky-Korsakov's opera tells of how Tsar Ivan the Terrible's discovery of a secret love-child led him to save a city from destruction. A more tragic view of the human effects of war is depicted in Shostakovich's searing Eighth
Symphony, and Glazunov's beautifully lyrical concerto is performed by one of Britain's finest violinists, Tasmin Little. Presented by Christopher Cook.
Tasmin Little (violin), BBC Philharmonic, conductor Vassily Sinaisky
Rimsky-Korsakov Overture: The Maid of Pskov (Ivan the Terrible)
Glazunov Violin Concerto in A minor
8.05 Twenty Minutes: Frank Gardner 's Cairo BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner , paralysed in an al-Qaeda attack in Cairo, returns to the city for the first time since his accident.
8.25 Shostakovich Symphony No 8 This Prom is repeated on Friday 4 August at 2pm
As a tribute to the Scottish novelist who died in April, another chance to hear the interview John Tusa recorded with Muriel Spark at her home in Tuscany in December 2001.
Verity Sharp begins a week of highlights from the Womad festival; artists tonight include Spiers and Boden, the Mahotella Queens, and Vusi Mahlasela.
2/5. Five First Nights: Tosca With Donald Macleod.
Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, conductor Victor de Sabata
Act 1 (excerpts): Torture Scene; Vissi dArte and End of Act; E Lucevan le Stelle; 0 Dolci Mani Mansuete e Pure; end of Act 3 (Tosca)
Repeated from Tuesday
With John Shea.
Schumann Marchenbilder for viola and piano, Op 113
Mendelssohn Piano Trio No 1 in D minor. Op 49 Brahms Piano Quartet No I in G minor, Op 25 Lars Anders Tomter (viola), Trio con Brio 2.27 Schoenberg Erwartung, Op 2 No 1; Schenk mir deinen Goldenen Kamm , Op 2 No 2;
Erhebung, Op 2 No 3; Waldsonne, Op 2 No 4 2.41 Bruckner Symphony No 2 in C minor 3.42 Musorqsky Songs and Dances of Death 4.01 Glazunov Barcarolle in D flat, Op 22 No 1; Gavotte in D, Op 49 No 3: Mazurka in F sharp minor, Op 25 No 2 4.17 Karlowlcz A Sorrowful Tale 4.28 Handel Si, Si, Fellon, T'lntendo; Fra Tempeste Funeste a Ouest'Alma (Rodelinda) 4.40 Naumann Symphonie: Cora
4.52 Berqh Rondeau , Op 3 5.00 Madetoja Overture, Op 7
5.09 Merikanto Summer Night Waltz; Summer Night Idyll
5.16 Strauss Nichts , Op 10 No 2; Die Nacht, Op 10 No 3
5.20 Salzedo Study for Harp 5.24 Platt Trio in C minor for oboe, bassoon and continuo 5.34 Schubert Piano
Trio in E flat, D897 (Nottumo) 5.44 Tobias Sonatina No 1 in A flat 5.53 Rossini Overture: The Silken Ladder
6.00 Handel Keyboard Suite No 6 in G minor, HWV439
6.16 Leclair Violin Concerto in D, Op 10 No 3
6.31 Arensky Romance No 3, Op 38
6.34 Saint-Sains Prelude and Fugue in C. Op 109 No3
6.44 Poulenc Mass in G