7.00-8.00: Purcell Rejoice in the LordAlway (Bell Anthem) Collegium Vocale , director Philippe Herreweghe Granados Valses Poeticos Stephen Hough (piano)
8.00-9.00: Mozart Adagio in E, K261 James Ehnes (violin),
Mozart Anniversary Orchestra Sibelius Karelia Suite Halle Orchestra, conductor John Barbirolli
9.00 Grieg Songs from Haugtussa, Op 67 Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo), Bengt Forsberg (piano)
Locatelli Concerto Grosso (II Pianto d'Arianna) Concerto Koln, director Andrea Keller (violin)
lain Burnside explores the music of dreams, including: Liszt Liebestraum Jorge Bolet (piano)
Tartini Violin Sonata in G minor (The Devil's Trill) Andrew Manze (violin)
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Michael Berkeley meets Gyles Brandreth , the former Conservative MP and party whip who is now much in demand as a broadcaster, writer and after-dinner speaker. His musical passions embrace songs by Charles Trenet , Gilbert and Sullivan and Stephen Sondheim , as well as a Mozart piano concerto, a piano quintet by American composer Amy Beach , and Liszt's Faust Symphony as used in Kenneth MacMillan 's ballet Mayerling.
Catherine Bott looks at the life and career of 16th-century Italian composer Emilio de Cavalieri , famous for coordinating the music for one of the most lavish wedding celebrations in history. Producer Chris Wines
Chi-chi Nwanoku presents a weekly selection of listeners' favourites, including Respighi's If Tramonto, Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No 3 and Vaughan Williams 'sAn Oxford Elegy.
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From Bath Abbey. Introit: How Beauteous Are Their Feet (Stanford). Responses: Leighton. Office Hymn: Give Me the Wings of Faith
(Song 67). Psalms: 1, 15, 147 (Turle, Langdon, Stanford). First Lesson: Isaiah 42, vv5-12.
Canticles: The Bath Abbey Service (Anthony Piccolo ). Second Lesson: Acts 14, vv8-end. Anthem: Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge (Bairstow). Final Hymn: Disposer Supreme (Hanover). Organ Voluntary: Christ avec Ie
Saint-Esprit, dans la Gloire du Pere (Hakim). Sub-organist Marcus Sealy. Director of music Peter King.
Barber Piano Concerto
Pianist Andrew Zolinsky and the BBC Symphony
Orchestra conducted by David Robertson team up with Stephen Johnson to explore some of the many contrasting ideas that influenced Samuel Barber 's composition of his virtuosic Piano Concerto.
Composer Judith Bingham discusses her latest project. Aled Jones discovers riches of a choral variety in London's financial district and concludes his visit to the Chapel Royal.
Geoff Ward examines the strange life and terrifying world of HP Lovecraft, hailed as America's greatest horror author since Poe. During his life Lovecraft's work was confined to lurid pulp magazines and he died in penury in 1937. Today his stories are considered modern classics and published in prestigious editions. How did such a weird, wild and ungodly figure get canonised? Among the writers considering his legacy are Neil Gaiman , ST Joshi , Kelly Link, Peter Straub and China Mieville. Producer Paul Ouinn
By Gregory Burke. A radio version of the National Theatre of Scotland's award-winning stage production. Hurtling from a pool room in Fife to an armoured wagon in Iraq, Black Watch is based on interviews conducted by Burke with former soldiers who served as part of the Coalition. Viewed through the eyes of those on the ground, the play reveals what it means to belong to the legendary Scottish regiment and to be part of the war on terror. This play contains very strong language.
Producer David Ian Neville
Lost in the City of Waters. Jeremy Irons and Anna Massey explore the splendour and decadence of Venice through the poetry and prose of Longfellow, Browning, Thomas Mann , Marcel Proust and others. With music by Luigi Nono, Gounod, Vivaldi, Hahn, Liszt and Gabrieli.
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Although he had several children, none of Telemann's heirs, except a grandson, was to become a musician. Fortunately, Telemann was godfather to composers CPE Bach and Georg Philipp Kress. Lucie Skeaping presents a programme featuring chamber music by Telemann and his two godsons, and considers the extent of Telemann's influence on them. Repeated from last Sunday
With Jonathan Swain.
A concert recorded at the Royal Albert Hall in London last August as part of the 2006 BBC Proms. Michael Haydn Requiem Mass
Mozart Mass in C, K317 (Coronation)
Carolyn Sampson (soprano), Hilary Summers (mezzo), James Gilchrist (tenor), Peter Harvey (bass).
Choir of the King's Consort, the King's Consort, conductor Robert King
2.05 Ravel Miroirs
2.39 Shostakovich Symphony No 8
3.40 Schumann String Quartet in A, Op 41 No 3
4.07 Vivaldi Concerto in C minor for treble recorder RV441
4.18 Ravel Tzigane
4.28 Debussy Prélude a I'Apres-Midi d'un Faune
4.39 Falla Nana ; Polo; Jota (Canciones Populares Espanolas)
4.46 Svendsen Carnival in Paris, Op 9
5.00 Berlioz Ballet des Sylphes; Menuet des Follets; Marche Hongroise (La Damnation de Faust, Op 24)
5.12 Schafer Adagio Patetico (Piano Quintet, Op 5)
5.22 Telemann Concerto in E minor for recorder, transverse flute, strings and continuo
5.36 Debussy Chansons de Bilitis
5.46 Bartok Romanian Folk Dances, Sz56
5.53 Sibelius En Saga
6.15 Escher Ciel , Air et Vents
6.27 Schubert Four Impromptus, D935