Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Chabrler Fête Polonaise (Le Roi Malgré Lui) Toulouse Capitole Orchestra/Michel Plasson Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G, BWV1048 Musica Antiqua , Koln, director Reinhard Goebel Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue Wayne Marshall
(piano), City of London Sinfonia/Richard Hickox
8.30-10.00: Bizet L'Arlésienne: Suite No 1
Ulster Orchestra, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier Nielsen Little Suite in A minor for strings, Op 1 Norwegian CO/lona Brown (violin)
Haydn Te Deum in C, H XXIII c2 English Concert and Choir, director Trevor Pinnock
Presented by Jonathan Swain.
Stravinsky, arr Gilels Suite: Petrushka Emil Gilels (piano)
10.20 Balakirev Tamara Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Thomas Beecham
10.42 Martin Et la Vie I'Emporta Claudine Perret (contralto), Philippe Huttenlocher
(baritone), Lausanne Vocal and Instrumental Ensembles, conductor Michel Corboz
11.10 Chopin Piano Sonata No 2 in B flat minor, Op 35 Emil Gilels
11.33 Haydn Symphony No 88 in G
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra/Witold Rowicki
3/5. During the 1950s Miles Davis became established as one of the best-known and most influential trumpeters in jazz. But as Donald Macleod discovers, he was also changing the nature of jazz composition. For Louis Malle 's film Ascenseur pour I'Echafaud (1958) he improvised the score to his soundtrack, using small fragments of melodic ideas to construct entire pieces. Back in the United States he tried the same ideas with his band, on pieces such as Sid's Ahead. He also introduced modal jazz, with Milestones, a stepping stone towards the album Kind of Blue, on which he worked with pianist Bill Evans to produce such music as Blue in Green. Repeated on Tuesday at 12 midnight
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
2/8. The series continues with one of the most compelling works of the chamber music repertoire, Schubert's String Quintet in C, written during the final year of the composer's life. Presented by Kerry Frumkin.
Pinchas Zukerman and Donny Deacon (violins), Michael Tree (viola), Amanda Forsyth and Ralph Kirshbaum (cellos)
Schubert String Quintet in C, D956
British Symphony Series: Malcolm Arnold Presented by Ian Skelly. BBC Philharmonic
Goodwin Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines Conductor Rumon Gamba Giya Kancheli A Little Daneliade Conductor James MacMillan
John Adams Slonimsky 's Earbox Conductor Hugh Wolff
Giya Kancheli Symphony No 3 David James (countertenor), conductor James MacMillan
Chagrin Yugoslav Sketches (adapted from the film music for The Bridge) Conductor Rumon Gamba
Zimmermann Trumpet Concerto - Nobody Knows de Trouble I See With
Hakan Hardenberger , conductor Hugh Wolff Arnold Symphony No 8
Conductor Rumon Gamba
A 1950s archive broadcast from the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge. Introit: 0 Praise the Lord (Batten). Responses: Smith. Psalms: 126, 127, 128,129 (Garrett, Goss). First Lesson: Isaiah 61.
Canticles: Stanford in G. Second Lesson: Luke 4, vv16-32. Anthem: My Beloved Spake (Hadley). Organ Voluntary: Toccata in B minor (Francis Jackson ). Hugh Maclean (organ). Director of music Boris Ord.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music, with news from the arts world.
A concert that took place last Sunday at Belfast's Ulster Hall as part of the Belfast Festival at Queen's. Presented by Sarah Walker. The programme includes a premiere by Belfast-born composer Deirdre Gribbin as well as works by Irish composers of an earlier generation. Plus a report on the Ulster Orchestra's Musicians on Call scheme, another episode from Alexander McCall Smith's story La's Orchestra Saves the World, and Dermot Clinch continues his A-Z of the orchestra. Ulster Orchestra
Harty A Comedy Overture
Stanford Irish Rhapsody No 5 in G minor Deirdre Gribbin Goliath - Concerto for percussion and orchestra With Colin Currie
(percussion), conductor Pierre-Andre Valade Moeran Sinfonietta
Conductor Rumon Gamba
Philip Dodd and guests discuss Darfur - a Response: How Long Is Never? The Tricycle
Theatre's exploration of the worsening situation in Darfur through a series of short plays from the likes of Carlo Gebler and Winsome Pinnock. Producer Zahid Warley
Catlin Jaago plays bagpipe music from Estonia, Jean Paul Samputu sings songs from Rwanda, and Abdenbi El Gadari performs the trance music of the Moroccan gnawa brotherhoods. Verity Sharp presents.
4/5. Presented by Donald Macleod.
Little Suite No 1, Op 80 Grimethorpe Colliery Band, conductor Elgar Howarth
Fantasy, Op 130 Julian Lloyd Webber (cello)
Song of Simeon Soloists , Ambrosian Singers, ECO conducted by the composer. Repeated from Thursday
Presented by Louise Fryer. Beginning with Mikael Wahlin (organ) performing Karg-Elert at Vasa Church, Gothenburg. Karg-Elert Characteristische Tonstucke, Op 86 (excerpts): Pastels from the Lake of Constance, Op 96 (excerpts); Three New Impressions, Op 142; Triptych, Op 141
2.02 Bruckner Mass No 3 in F minor (Great)
3.05 Brahms Clarinet Sonata in F minor, Op 120 No 1
3.26 Schumann Dichterliebe , Op 48 3.55 Bach Prelude and Fugue in F, BWV880 4.01 Telemann Suite in G (Bourlesque de Quixotte) 4.20 Ravel A Iborada del
Gracioso (Miroirs) 4.28 Saint-Saens The Swan (Carnival of the Animals) 4.31 Debussy Violin Sonata in G minor
4.45 Grainger Colleen Dhas 4.48 Brahms Academic Festival Overture 5.00 Reincken Fuga in G minor
5.05 Habe Mysterious Stone; Stone - Spell; Miraculous Stone 5.14 Mozart Symphony No 35 in D, K385 (Haffner)
5.33 Sibelius Five Esquisses for piano. Op 114
5.42 Cimarosa, arr Benjamin Oboe Concerto (arr for trumpet) 5.53 Bellini Overture: Norma
6.00 Rossini Sonata No 1 in G for string orchestra
6.14 Puccini La Boheme (excerpts)
6.22 Albinoni Oboe Concerto in D minor, Op 9 No 2
6.35 Verdi String Quartet in E minor