Presented by Sandy Burnett. Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Handel Concerto Grosso in G, Op 6 No 7 Mozart Piano Sonata in C, K545
Elgar Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 in D
8.30-10.00: Lutoslawski Variations on a theme by Paganini
Donizetti Una Furtiva Lagrima (L'Elisir d'Amore) Shostakovich Preludes and Fugues: No 1 in C; No 20 in A minor
With Jonathan Swain.
Biber Passacaglia (Mystery Sonata No 16) (The Guardian Angel) Susanne Lautenbacher (violin)
10.25 Haydn Symphony No 54 in G Philharmonia Hungarica, conductor Antal Dorati
11.00 Anon 13th-century English Dance Byrd Browning a 5 (The Leaves Be Green) Holborne Muy Linda
Purcell Three Parts upon a Ground, Z731 Britten Scherzo
David Munrow (recorder), David Munrow
Recorder Consort, Members of the Early Music Consort of London
11.35 Bach Violin Concerto in E, BWVI042 Susanne Lautenbacher , Mainz Chamber Orchestra, conductor Gunter Kehr
10.48 Reger Clarinet Quintet in A, Op 146 Karl Leister , Drolc Quartet
2/5. The Ballets Russes
Donald Macleod charts how Stravinsky's name was established outside Russia through his collaboration with the Russian ballet impresario Serge Diaghilev. Two Poems of Paul Verlaine
John Shirley Quirk (baritone), Ensemble
InterContemporain, conductor Pierre Boulez Oedipus Rex (Act 1, excerpt)
Thomas Moser (tenor), Siegmund Nimsgern (baritone), Male Chorus of Bavarian Radio, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
The Rite of Spring (excerpt)
Paris Conservatoire Concerts Society Orchestra, conductor Pierre Monteux
La Tresse (Les Noces, 1st Tableau)
Basia Retchitzka (soprano), Lucienne Devallier (contralto), Hugues Cuenod (tenor),
Heinz Rehfuss and Vladimir Diakoff (basses) The Motet Choir of Geneva, Renee Peter ,
Doris Rossiaud and Roger Aubert (pianos), director Jacques Horneffer (piano) Symphonies of wind instruments
Detroit Chamber Winds and friends
Repeated on Monday at 12 midnight
Postcards from St Petersburg
1/4. In the final week of broadcasts from this year's City of London Festival, Petroc Trelawny introduces the first of four concerts celebrating one of the world's great musical capitals. Today's programme was given at St Michael's, Cornhill. Brodsky Quartet
Shostakovich String Quartet No 11, Op 122 Tchaikovsky String Quartet No 1 in D, Op 11
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Johan Reuter (bass-baritone),
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Marc Albrecht
Brahms Variations on the St Anthony Chorale Brahms/Glanert Four Preludes and Serious Songs
Strauss Ein Heldenleben Repeated from Friday
lain Burnside talks to James Bowman about the history and development of the countertenor voice, from its early exponents in the 1930s to the present, including Alfred Deller , David Daniels and Andreas Scholl.
Petroc Trelawny presents music and arts news.
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Alexander's Feast was Handel's first major success in the genre of English oratorio and it so captivated Mozart that he made his own German version of the work. Based on The
Power of Music, an ode for the feast of St Cecilia by Dryden, its ravishing, operatic-style arias, exuberant choruses and rich orchestral writing make a fitting tribute to the patron saint of music. Presented by Aled Jones.
Sally Matthews (soprano), Paul Agnew (tenor),
Roderick Williams (baritone), the English Concert, Choir of the English Concert, conductor Andrew Manze
Handel, arr Mozart Alexander 's Feast, Part 1
8.00: Twenty Minutes: Gottfried van Swieten - Midwife to Music
Graeme Kay looks at the career of Gottfried van Swieten, who did more than anybody to open 18th-century ears to the music of the past.
8.20: Handel, arr Mozart Alexander 's Feast, Part 2
John Tusa continues his series of conversations with some of the world's greatest artists. Tonight is the turn of British sculptor Tony Cragg.
To celebrate Henze's 80th birthday, the London Sinfonietta returns to the Proms.
Voices, written for them in the 1970s, combines texts of protest and resistance to injustice from across the globe with a diverse range of musical styles. Presented by Verity Sharp. Hans Werner Henze Voices
Mary King (mezzo), Christopher Gillett (tenor), London Sinfonietta, conductor Oliver Knussen
4/8. Helga Schauerte plays music by Jehan Alain.
3/5. Five First Nights: Madama Butterfly With Donald Macleod.
Gran Ventura ; Ed Eccoci in Famiglia; Vogliatemi Bene ; Un Bet Di Vedremo ; E Questo? E Ouesto?; Coro a Bocca Chiusa (Humming Chorus): A ddio,
Fiorito Asil; Con Onor Muore (Madama Butterfly) Repeated from Wednesday
With John Shea.
Bach Orchestral Suites: No 1 in C, BWV1066; No 2 in B minor, BWV1O67;No3inD, BWV1O68;No4inD, BWV1069
2.20 Mendelssohn Oratorio: St Paul 4.20 Schubert
Allegretto in C minor, 0915 4.26 Mozart Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K546 4.34 Erkel Overture: Unknown Heroes
4.39 Shostakovich Elegy 4.42 Rlmsky-Korsakov Sleep My Beauty (May Night) Tchaikovsky Sleep My Little One and Dream (Mazeppa) 4.48 Glazunov Serenade
Espagnol, Op 20 No 2 4.52 Hoof Overture: Willem de Zwijger 5.00 Gabrieli Canzon Primi Toni 5.04 Byrd
Content Is Rich; In Fields Abroad 5.14 Gllse String Quartet
5.24 Schumann Songs from Myrten, Op 25
5.36 Raitlo The Maidens on the Headlands 5.44 Tobias Sonatina No 2 in C minor 5.53 Telemann Quadro in B flat
6.00 Forster Confitebor Tibi Domine 6.16 Papandopulo Hommage a BACH 6.25 Moniuszko Naia's Song 6.32
Norman Contrasts, Op 616.41 Kodaly Summer Evening