7.00-8.00: Berlioz Queen Mab Scherzo (Romeo and Juliet) Boston SO, conductor Charles Munch Fred Hersch Child's Song
Fred Hersch (piano), Jamey Haddad (percussion)
8.00-9.00: Shostakovich, orch Gerard McBurney Galop (Hypothetically Murdered)
City of Birmingham SO, conductor Mark Elder
Beethoven 12 Variations on a Russian dance, WoO 71 (Das Waldmadchen) Olli Mustonen (piano)
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Andrew McGregor introduces the latest releases, and looks at some of the CDs of the past season chosen by CD Review critics and listeners.
9.05 Schnittke Film music for The Fairy Tale of the Wanderings Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Frank Strobbel
Lefebure-Wely Scene Pastorale Joris Verdin (Cavaille-Coll organ of the church of Notre-Dame, Rouen)
Krommer Concerto in E flat, Op 91
Sabine Meyer and Julian Bliss (clarinets), Academy of St Martin in the Fields, director Kenneth Sillito Schmelzer Sonata Quinta in C minor
Helene Schmitt (violin), Jan Krigovsky (cello), Stephane Rath (theorbo), Jorg-Andreas Botticher (claviorganum)
10.30 Bach Goldberg Variations (excerpt)
Glenn Gould (piano - Zenph Studios "re-performance" of original 1955 recording)
11.00 Mahler Symphonies Round-up
A sift of the plethora of recent recordings of Mahler symphonies from Mariss Jansons, David Zinman, Bernard Haitink, Gustavo Dudamel and Claudio Abbado - including his brand-new DVD of Mahler's Sixth Symphony with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra.
12.20 Disc of the Week: Falla El Amor Brujo (original 1915 version) (excerpt) Antonia Contreras (flamenco singer), Orchestra of Poitou-Charentes, director Jean-Francois Heisser
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Berlin Radio Symphony
Academy of St
1/2. Orpheus. The myth of the demi-god Orpheus has provided the inspiration for operas, ballets, tone poems and other musical works throughout the ages. Catherine Bott looks at various settings of this story, with music by Stradella, Luigi Rossi , D'lndia and Alessandro Scarlatti. Producer Rebecca Bean
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Cadogan Hall in London.
Polyphony, conductor Stephen Layton
Vaughan Williams 0 Mistress Mine; Willow, Willow; Come Away Death
Britten Old French Chorale; The Shepherds Carol Tavener The Tyger; The Lamb Bo Holten Spring; Night
Jaakko Mantyjarvi Come Away Death; Lullaby; Double, Double Toil and Trouble; Full Fathom Five Frank Martin Full Fathom Five
Vaughan Williams Full Fathom Five; The Cloud Capped Towers; Over Hill, OverDale
LIVE The second Proms Saturday Matinee concert, presented by Christopher Cook , live from
London's Cadogan Hall. This programme of English and Norwegian music combines well-known works for string orchestra with others less familiar. Michael Collins (clarinet), Scottish Ensemble, director Jonathan Morton Elgar Serenade for Strings Finzi Clarinet Concerto
Maconchy Music for Strings Grieg Holberg Suite
Claire Martin presents a selection of new releases, and previews the forthcoming Brecon Jazz Festival 2007.
Geoffrey Smith presents listeners' jazz requests.
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LIVE Alexandra Wiison presents the annual Prom given by the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, live from the Royai Albert Hall. The concert opens with a wild orchestral showpiece, demonstrating the sheer technical brilliance of the young players. And to end, Shostakovich's epic symphony tests their collective musical stamina.
Alexander Kobrin (piano), National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, conductor Mark Elder
Aaron Jay Kemis New Era Dance (first UK performance) Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 1
7.00 Twenty Minutes: The Concert Pianist
An excerpt from Conrad Williams 's 2006 novel, read by Robert Bathurst. Pianist Philip Morahan can no longer play the piano. There are too many distractions - his agent, his girlfriend, his protégé, his reviews - all of which overwhelm him in a poignant and comic way.
7.20 Shostakovich Symphony No 7 (Leningrad) A delayed broadcast of this Prom is on BBC2 at 6.45pm
Ivories in the Outback
A radiophonic history of pianos, harmoniums and organs in the Australian Outback, with historic texts spoken by actors, and contemporary voices telling the stories surrounding selected instruments. Producer Jon Rose
BBC Scottish SO, conductor Garry Walker Karen Francis Adhesive Retrospection
Nigel Osborne Violin Concerto With Ernst Kovacic Malcolm Hayes Stabat Mater With Alwyn Mellor (soprano) and Emma Selway (mezzo)
A Portrait ofSalvatore
Sclarrino Ivan Hewett talks to the Italian master of new sonorities and introduces a concert of ensemble works from the Sonorities contemporary music festival, together with piano music recorded in the studio.
Nicolas Hodges (piano), Ensemble Recherche Sciarrino Trio; Notturni Nos 1 and 2; Lo Spazio
Nlnverso; Notturni Nos 3 and 4; Codex Purpureus; Piano Sonata No 5; Muro d'Orizzonte
Catherine Bott talks to countertenor Michael Chance about the precursor of all modern day countertenors - Alfred Deller. Producer Les Pratt
With Jonathan Swain. Dvorak Symphony No 7 in D minor
Thomas Ades Tevot Janacek Sinfonietta Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
2.30 Brahms Piano Quartet No 1 in C minor, Op 25
3.10 Mozart Piano Sonata in D, K284 3.43 Goleminov Symphonic Variations on a theme by Dobri Hristov 4.00 Messiaen Theme and Variations 4.09 Schumann Konzertstiick in F, Op 86 4.28 Rimsky-Korsakov The
Three Wonders (Suite: The Tale of Tsar Saltan) 4.36 Ravel Valses Nobles et Sentimentales 4.49 Koehne Unchained Melody 5.00 Grieg Triumphal March (Sigurd Jorsalfar)
5.10 Schumann Three Romances, Op 94 5.21 Fougstedt Concert Overture 5.29 Anon Worldes Blis Ne Last No Throwe
5.41 Wlllan Te Deum Laudamus 5.53 Mozart Violin
Concerto No 5 in A, K219 6.24 Shostakovich Cello Sonata, Op 40 6.47 Abel Symphony in A, Op 10 No 6