7.00-8.30: Brahms Im herbst (Songs, Op 104) Monteverdi Choir , conductor John Eliot Gardiner Mozart Oboe Concerto in C, K314
Ernest Rombout , Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra Prokofiev Three Episodes (Op 12) Gyorgy Sandor (piano)
8.30-10.00: Bizet LArlesienne (Act 4)
Toulouse Capitole Orchestra, conductor Michel Plasson Schubert Offertorium , D963
Peter Schreier (tenor), Bavarian Radio Choir and SO, conductor Wolfgang Sawallisch
Dvorak String Quartet movement in F, B120 Zemlinsky Quartet
Presented by James Jolly.
10.00 Bizet Jeux d'Enfants, Op 22
Lamoureux Orchestra, conductor Igor Markevitch
10.13 Chopin Piano Concerto No 1 in E minor, Op 11
Maurizio Pollini , Philharmonia, conductor Paul Kletzki
10.53 Debussy Children's Corner
Played by three contrasting pianists
11.10 Oliver Knussen The Way to Castle Yonder London Sinfonietta, conducted by the composer
11.18 Musorgsky The Nursery
Boris Christoff (bass), Alexandre Labinsky (piano)
11.35 Elgar The Wand of Youth: Suite No
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Adrian Boult
4/5. Donald Macleod introduces Bruckner's epic
Eighth Symphony and describes the spate of revision mania that followed in its wake.
Bruckner Virga Jesse ; Ecce Sacerdos Magnus
Bavarian Radio Chorus, conductor Eugen Jochum Symphony No 8 in C minor Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Pierre Boulez Repeated at 8.45pm
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Penny Gore presents a diverse programme from
Aldeburgh that includes references to German street songs and Buster Keaton.
Noam Greenberg (piano), Chen Halevi (clarinet), Anssi Karttunnen (cello)
Beethoven Trio in B flat, Op 11 (Gassenhauer) Magnus Lindberg Steamboat BillJr Schumann Three Romances, Op 94 Faure Piano Trio in D minor. Op 120
2.00 East Meets West
4/5. Mozart Overture: Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail Gottingen Festival Orchestra, conductor Nicholas McGegan
Hoist Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda (Set 3) Sioned Williams (harp), BBC Singers, conductor Dominic Wheeler
Tan Dun Memories in Watercolour Melvyn Tan (piano)
Alfano The Legend of Sakuntala (Acts 2 and 3) Rome Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Gianluigi Gelmetti
4.00 The Making of Music
24/30. Beethoven. Performances of the music James Naughtie mentions in his Radio 4 series. Beethoven worked at a time of seismic change in Europe. He was 19 at the start of the French
Revolution, and at his peak when Napoleon invaded Vienna. His music matches the ferment of the times. Music includes Piano Sonata in C, Op 53 (Waldstein) and String Quartet in F minor, Op 95.
Kanva, Sakuntala's father:
Sean Rafferty introduces a selection of music, with studio guests and news from the art world.
This year's City of London Festival features French music, as well as celebrating the abolition of the slave trade 200 years ago. Tonight's concert from the Middle Temple Hall by Les Siecles incorporates both those themes. Works by Lully and Rameau are combined with the Violin Concerto No 2 by the Chevalier de Saint-Georges. He was the son of a black slave and a white plantation worker who became a successful violinist and composer as well as the French revolutionary army's first black colonel. Plus the first UK performance of "Streets" by Bruno Mantovani, one of France's leading composers. Stephanie-Marie Degand (violin), Les Siecles, conductor Francois-Xavier Roth
Lully Dances (Alceste)
Rameau Dances (Dardanus)
Saint-Georges Violin Concerto No 2
Bruno Mantovani Streets (first UK performance)
Rameau Dances (Les Indes Galantes)
Lully Dances (Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme)
Forty years after Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead made playwright Tom Stoppard 's an overnight success, Matthew Sweet and guests explore the play's origins and legacy with those that have been involved in bringing it to the stage, including the director of the very first production, Derek Goldby. The new production of the play will be broadcast on Radio 3 on the 15th July.
Producer Kirsty Pope
Presented by Petroc Trelawny . Soprano Angela Gheorghiu rounds off this week of programmes with songs from her native Romania.
States of Mind
4/4. Award-winning composer Errollyn Wallen ponders the parcels of exotic gifts that helped form her idea of America as a child; and how a sense of otherness has been continued in adulthood by the distinctive work of American classical composers.
Fiona Talkington introduces more from Kimmo Pohjonen and Mari Boine recorded at the Bath
Festival, plus 13th-century cantigas by Alfonso the Wise and songs by Steve Knightley.
Presented by John Shea.
Liszt Piano Concerto No 1 in E flat
Brahms Symphony No 3 in F, Op 90
Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano), Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Thomas Dausgaard
1.57 Arvo Part Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Secundam Joannem
3.03 Strauss Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme
3.38 Francaix Wind Quintet No 1
4.00 Ciglic Harp Concertino
4.14 Czerny Brilliant polonaise, Op 296
4.27 Spisak Allegro de Voiron
4.36 Gombert Benedicto Mensae
4.46 Fitelberg Three Mazurkas for orchestra
5.00 Roussel Three Pieces for piano, Op 49
5.08 Farkas Five Ancient Hungarian Dances for wind quintet
5.18 Schutz Ich bin eine rufende Stimme, SWV383; O Lieber Herre Gott, wecke uns auf. SWV381
5.27 Castelnuovo Capriccio Diabolico, Op 85
5.36 Ravel Daphnis et Chloe: Suite No 2
5.53 Shostakovich Chamber Symphony, Op 110
6.16 Dela Sonatine
6.29 Mozart Sinfonia Concertante in E flat, K364