With Sandy Burnett. Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Arne Overture No 5 in D
Beethoven Rondo in B flat, Wo06 Vivaldi
Concerto in D minor for violin and organ, RV541
8.30-10.00: Mozart Symphony No 32 in G, K318 Wieniawski Polonaise No 1 in D Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No 6 in B flat, BWV1051
With Rob Cowan.
Saint-Saens Danse Macabre
Alexander Hilsberg (violin), Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Leopold Stokowski
10.09 Tournemire Paraphrase-Carillon for the Assumption (L'Orgue Mystique) Ralph Downes (organ)
10.20 Duparc Aux Etoiles
Orchestra conducted by Philippe Gaubert
10.27 Faure Piano Quartet No 2 in G minor, Op 45 Festival Quartet
11.03 Beethoven Overture: Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage Members of the Swiss Chamber Choir, Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra, conductor David Zinman
11.10 Schmitt La Tragédie de Salome, Op 50 French Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Marek Janowski
11.38 Schubert Fantasie in F minor, D940
Christoph Eschenbach and Justus Frantz (pianos)
4/5. Revivals, Revisions and Religion
Throughout his life Mendelssohn championed the music of his predecessors, including Bach, with a remarkable revival of the St Matthew
Passion in 1829. Donald Macleod investigates this driving force, as well as Mendelssohn's obsessive revisions of his own compositions.
Bach, arr Mendelssohn 0 Mensch, bewein dein Sunde gross (St Matthew Passion)
Chorus Musicus, Das Neue Orchester , conductor Christoph Spering
Mendelssohn Prelude and Fugue in E minor, Op 35 Benjamin Frith (piano)
Symphony No 4 in A (Italian) (Revised 1834 version with first movement from original version) Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
Thanks Be to God! (Elijah) Edinburgh Festival
Chorus, chorus master David Jones , Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor Paul Daniel Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
7/8. Today's concert begins with a piece for cello and piano by Marc Neikrug , music director of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, coupled with a work inspired by the playing of the clarinettist
Richard Miihlfeld , whom Brahms had heard with the Meiningen Orchestra in 1891. Introduced by Kerry Frumkin.
Marc Neikrug Petrus Gary Hoffman (cello) accompanied by the composer (piano)
Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op 115 Riccardo Morales , Miro String Quartet
Shakespeare and Friends BBC Concert Orchestra
Presented by Louise Fryer.
Edward German Incidental music: Romeo and Juliet: Prelude: Hamlet Conductor John Wilson Mendelssohn Symphony No 2 in B flat
(Lobgesang) With soloists, Guildford Choral Society, conductor Hilary Davan Wetton
Edward German The Willow Song (Othello) Conductor John Wilson
Montague Phillips Overture: Hampton Court Conductor Gavin Sutherland
Brian goes Jogging Along with Cedric King Palmer , gets in The Fast Lane with Gary Hughes , calls on The Sirens of Southend with Alfred Reynolds and pays a visit to Old Verona with Montague Phillips.
Sean Rafferty presents music and arts news.
A performance given by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conducted by Stephane Deneve , with pianist Frank Braley.
Franck Symphonic Variations
Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor
Petroc Trelawny introduces an all-British programme given by the BBC National
Orchestra of Wales at Cheltenham Town Hall. Plus a report on how BBC NOW's sporting members have formed their own football team. Another "musician on call" makes a home visit in Newport, and Dermot Clinch continues his A-Z of the orchestra.
Robert Plane (clarinet), BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor James Judd
Walton Spitfire Prelude and Fugue Finzi Clarinet Concerto
Vaughan Williams Symphony No 5
Philip Dodd talks to novelist Will Self and film director Mike Hodges about Stanislaw Lem 's 1961 science-fiction novel Solaris and the film adaptation made by Andrei Tarkovsky some ten years later. Producer Phil Tinline
DJs, Doormen and Dealers
A thriller set in a Manchester nightclub where footballers mingle with shop girls, and gangsters with Cheshire life, and everyone's a millionaire for the weekend. By Jeffrey Caffrey
Producer/Director Melanie Harris
Fiona Talkington introduces tracks from Lhasa's album The Living Road.
5/5. Miles Davis 's last years saw him once again change the face of jazz as he explored rock-fusion and funk. Presented by Donald Macleod. Repeated from Friday
Presented by Louise Fryer. Mozart Symphony No 34 in C,
K339; Horn Concerto in E flat, K495: Symphony No 41 in C, K551 (Jupiter) 2.18 Faure Piano Quartet No I in G minor, Op 45
2.52 Koussevltsky Andante Cantabile, Op I No I; Valse Miniature, Op I No 2 3.02 MusorqskV Pictures at an Exhibition 3.34 Scriabin Prelude and Nocturne for the left hand, Op 9 3.45 Mikolai Gorecki Three Episodes 4.05 Bach Orchestral Suite No 4 in D, BWV1069 4.24 Handel Gentle Morpheus, Son of Night (Alceste) 4.33 Mendelssohn
Venetian Boat Song, Op 30 No 6 4.37 Cavalli Sonata a 8
4.46 Mozart Kirchen-Sonate No 15 in C 4.52 Beethoven Overture: Coriolan 5.00 Vanhal Symphony in A minor 5.18 Schubert Rondo in A for violin and strings, D438 5.33
Respiqhi Ancient Airs and Dances: Suite No 3 5.56 Brahms Six Quartets for chorus and piano, Op 112 6.08 Dittersdorf Piano Concerto in A 6.25 Vivaldi Concerto in D minor, RV128
6.31 D Scarlatti Sonatas: in D minor, Kk9; in B minor, Kk377
6.37 Mortelmans Solemn Procession to Cethsemani
6.42 Haydn Symphony No 49 in Fminor, H 149 (La Passione)