Presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch . Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Handel Organ Concerto in F Op 4 No4 4 Marie-Claire Alain , Freiburg Baroque Orchestra Britten Soirees Musicales, Op 9 National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Richard Bonynge
8.00-9.00: Glinka, arr Chernov Overture:
Rus/an and Lyudmila Ossipov Balalaika Orchestra/ Nikolai Kalinin Haydn Quartet in D, Op 64 No 5 (Lark) Hagen Quartet
With Rob Cowan. Including the regular Innocent Ear feature and a chance to hear excerpts from Verdi's La Traviata as recommended in yesterday's CD Review.
Waldteufel Espana Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, conductor Felix Slatkin
Debussy Estampes Claudio Arrau (piano)
Handel Oual Leon Che Fere irato (Arianna in Creta) Angelika Kirchschlager (mezzo), Basle Chamber Orchestra, conductor Laurence Cummings Haydn Symphony No 95 in C minor
Heidelberg SO, conductor Thomas Fey
Bruckner Vexilla Regis Philharmonia Stuttgart Vocal Ensemble, conductor Hans Zanotelli
Wagner Prelude: Act 3; Dance of the Apprentices; Procession of the Mastersingers (Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg), Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Fritz Reiner
Roussel Suite: Le Festin de L'Araignée French National Orchestra, conductor Georges Prêtre Sarasate Carmen Fantasy, Op 25
Leonid Kogan (violin), Grand Symphony Orchestra, conductor Vassily Nebolsin
Rossini Nacqui allAffanno (La Cenerentola)
Teresa Berganza (mezzo), Scottish Opera Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Claudio Abbado
Bach Air (Orchestral Suite No 3, BWV1068) Classical Jazz Quartet
Alec Templeton Pocket-Size Sonata No 1
Reginald Kell (clarinet), Brooks Smith (piano)
RT Michael Berkeley 's guest is writer and philosopher Colin Wilson , whose
CHOICE extraordinarily extensive output began 50 years ago with the publication of The Outsider and has gone on to embrace literary, music and film criticism, science fiction, the occult and criminology. He is currently working on a book about the group of writers and playwrights known as the Angry Young Men. His musical tastes range from a Haydn string quartet to symphonies by Prokofiev and Howard Hansen , and operas by Britten and Berg.
Froberger Froberger 's musical language and influence is of great importance in the development of Baroque keyboard music and his toccatas provided the model for Buxtehude and Bach. Lucie Skeaping talks to harpsichordist Robert Woolley and music editor Dr Richard Jones about Froberger's style and influences. They also discuss the recently discovered manuscript, dating from Froberger's final years, that was sold in November at Sotheby's.
RT The first of two concerts recorded at the National Concert Hall in Dublin and CHOICE introduced by Stephanie Hughes.
Yuuko Shiokawa (violin), Miklos Perenyi (cello), Andras Schiff (piano)
Haydn Trio in E, H XV 28; Trio in A flat, H XV 14; Trio in C, H XV 27
Beethoven Trio in B flat, Op 97 (Archduke)
Listeners' requests, including Arthur Grumiaux in Mozart's Third Violin Concerto, Gorecki's choral hymn Totus Tuus , and highlights from Britten's joyous Spring Symphony. Producer Deborah Preston
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Tom Service talks to renowned pianist and scholar Charles Rosen , who celebrates his 80th birthday this year. He also explores graphic images of musical humour from the Middle Ages to modern times with author and historian
Jeremy Barlow. Producer Emma Bloxham
Composer Jonathan Harvey talks about his lifelong passion for choral music, and presenter
Aled Jones launches a new campaign for 2007. Producer Chris Taylor
By Izumi Kyoka , dramatised by Georgia Pritchett . The Holy Man of Mount Koya, A Tale of Three Who Were Blind, and One Day in Spring.
With Simon Russell Beale , Adrian Scarborough , Lia Williams and Geoffrey Palmer. Directed by Roxana Silbert.
1/3. New German. What happens to languages after drastic political distortion? In the first of a three-part series, Chris Bowlby hears how German, a once great international language of culture and science, is finally trying to banish the echoes of barbarism.
Another chance to hear a session from songwriter, virtuoso guitarist and incurable romantic John Martyn.
1/5. With Donald Macleod and Paul Hindmarsh. Bridge The Hag
Roderick Williams (baritone), BBC NOW, conductor Richard Hickox
Sonnet: When Most I Wink Janice Watson (soprano), Roger Vignoles (piano) Dance Rhapsody
BBC NOW, conductor Richard Hickox String Quartet No 2
Maggini Quartet Repeated from Monday
With John Shea. Haydn Mass in B flat, HXXI1 10 (Missa Sancti Bernardi von
Offida) Lucy Crowe (soprano), Alexandra Sherman
(mezzo). James Edwards (tenor), Matthew Rose (bass), BBC Singers. BBC Philharmonic, conductor Gianandrea Noseda Schubert Symphony No 9 in C (Great)
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Gianandrea Noseda
2.27 Schuncke Grande Sonata in G minor, Op 3
2.50 Schumann String Quartet in A, Op 41 No 3
3.19 Fanny Mendelssohn Trio in D minor, Op 11
3.44 Josquln Miserere 4.00 Van Noordt Two Fantasias in D minor 4.12 Schenck Sonata in D, Op 9 No 1
4.26 Vivaldi Concerto da Camera in D, RV95
4.34 Stanley Trumpet Voluntary in D, Op 5 No 5
4.39 Wanskl Symphony in D on themes from The
Shepherd on the Vistula 4.53 D Scarlatti Piano Sonatas in D minor: Kki; Kk9 5.00 BoTeldieu Overture: La Blanche Dame 5.08 Beethoven Sanft wie du lebtest, Op 118
5.15 Byrd Fantasia in D minor, MB28 46
5.21 Palestrina Fundamenta Ejus 5.26 Bach, transcr Bartok Trio Sonata No 6 in G, BWV530 5.38 Palmgren
Exotic March 5.44 Poulenc Mass in G 6.00 Debussy, arr Bon Jeux 6.16 Dauvergne Concert de Simphonies a IV Parties in F, Op 3 No 2 6.38 Purcell Timon of Athens