7.00-8.30: J Strauss (son), arr Godowsky
Symphonic Metamorphosis on Die Fledermaus Piers Lane (piano)
Weber Overture: Der Freischutz
Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Carlos Kleiber Marais Les Voix Humaines
Jordi Savall (viola da gamba) 830-10.00: Lutoslawski
Variations on a theme by Paganini
Martha Argerich and Nelson Freire (pianos) Mozart Horn Concerto No 4 in E flat, K495
Radovan Vlatkovic , English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Jeffrey Tate Delibes Le Roi S'amuse
RPO, conductor Thomas Beecham
Presented by Sarah Walker.
Britten An American Overture
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
10.12 Shostakovich Cello Concerto No 1
Heinrich Schiff , Bavarian RSO, conductor Maxim Shostakovich
10.41 Musorqsky, orch Glazunov/Rimsky-Korsakov Songs and Dances of Death
Boris Christoff (bass), French National Radio Orchestra, conductor Georges Tzipine
11.04 Cardoso Requiem (excerpt)
Tallis Scholars , director Peter Phillips
11.16 Shostakovich Concertino for two pianos Dmitri and Maxim Shostakovich
11.25 Korngold The Adventures of Robin Hood BBC Philharmonic, conductor Rumon Gamba
11.42 Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
As recommended in Saturday's CD Review.
1/5. The Hungarian composer and pianist Bela Bartok was born into a time of political turmoil. During his formative years, he was caught up in a surge of nationalism that gripped his homeland and informed much of his early work. But, as Donald Macleod discovers, it wasn't long before another stronger influence was to transform his life and work.
If I Climb the Rocky Mountains (Eight Hungarian Folk Songs)
Julia Hamari (mezzo), Ilona Prunyi (piano) Kossuth
Budapest Festival Orchestra, conductor Ivan Fischer Two Portraits
Chantal Juillet (violin), Montreal Symphony Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
Seven Sketches, Op 9b Nos 1, 2 and 4 JenoJando (piano)
String Quartet No 1 Takacs Quartet
Producer Deborah Preston Repeated at 8.45pm
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
A recital live from London's Wigmore Hall in London, introduced by Verity Sharp. Belcea Quartet
Haydn String Quartet in G, Op 77 No 1 Dvorak String Quartet in A flat, Op 105
2.00 French Festivals
Louise Fryer presents a selection of music from
French festivals at Nantes, Montpellier and La Roque d'Antheron.
Bizet Symphony in C Concerto Köln Dandrieu Les Caracteres de la Guerre
Le Concert Spirituel, conductor Herve Niquet Dvorak Serenade in E, Op 22 Concerto Köln
Albeniz Iberia, Bk 1 Marc-Andre Hamelin (piano) Handel Water Music: Suite in D, HWV349
Le Concert Spirituel, conductor Herve Niquet
4.00 The Making of Music
11/30. The Sun King. Performances of music mentioned by James Naughtie in his Radio 4 series. Featuring works by Jean-Baptiste Lully , composer to Louis XIV, who wrote music for the dances and spectacles that helped establish the Sun King's image as a divine monarch. James Naughtie 's The Making of Music is on Radio 4 at 3.45pm RT DIRECT: To pre-order the CD The Making of Music: Vol 1 (released 16 July) for just £17.99 (RRP E25.00) plus free p&p. call [number removed] (land-line calls cost a maximum of 8p per min) or send a cheque payable to BBC Shop to: [address removed], or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed] at the checkout
Petroc Trelawny presents music and arts news.
Presented by Martin Handley. Valery Gergiev 's acclaimed LSO Stravinsky-Debussy-Prokofiev series continues. The Symphony in Three Movements was
Stravinsky's first major American work, swiftly followed by revisions of his great ballets, of which Petrushka was the most radical.
Vadim Repin (violin), London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Valery Gergiev
Stravinsky Symphony in Three Movements Prokofiev Violin Concerto No I
Debussy, orch Colin Matthews Preludes Stravinsky Petrushka
Since the 1950s, the Royal Court Theatre in London has been regarded as the home of progressive British theatre. On the eve of his directorial debut, its new artistic director Dominic Cooke talks to Isabel Hilton about where he believes the Royal Court and British theatre should be heading. Producer Kirsty Pope
A musical sequence presented by Martin Handley , beginning as pianist Martha Argerich performs six of Chopin's Preludes.
What Are Friends for?
1/4. According to Cicero "When a man thinks of a true friend, he is looking at himself in the mirror." Professor Justin Champion considers the notion of friendship over the period from life in antiquity to the present day EMAIL: email@example.com
Mississippi bluesman Robert Belfour brings his raw southern sound to the studio.
Presented by Jonathan Swain. Schubert Winterreise , D911
Thomas Guthrie (baritone), David Owen Norris (piano)
2.10 Musorgsky Pictures from an Exhibition
2.43 Chopin Piano Concerto No I in E minor. Op 11
3.24 Weber Missa Sancta No 1 in E flat, J224
(Freischutzmesse) 3.58 Rossini Overture: The Italian Girl in Algiers 4.07 Cramer Sonata in G 4.14 Telemann Concerto in B flat for three oboes and orchestra
4.24 Villa-Lobos Etude No 4 in G (12 Estudios for Guitar)
4.28 Spohr Fantasie and variations on a Theme of Danzi in B minor. Op 814.35 Schumann Six Gesange, Op 89
4.48 Zulawski Suita w Dawnym Stylu 5.00 Suppe
Overture: The Light Cavalry 5.08 Poulenc Litanies a la Vierge Noire 5.18 Schubert Trio in E flat for piano and strings, D897 (Notturno) 5.28 Hellendaal Concerto Grosso in E flat for strings and continuo, Op 3 No 4
5.42 Puccini Aria: Sola, Perduta, Abbandonata
(Manon Lescaut) 5.47 Beethoven Nine Variations on Quant e Piu Bello , WoO 69 5.53 Paclus Violin Concerto
6.14 Donizetti Sinfonia in G minor for wind instruments
6.21 Britten Variations on a theme by Frank Bridge Op 10
6.47 Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No 5