7.00-8.00: Vauqhan Williams The Splendour Falls on Castle Walls; The Watermill Chopin Nocturne in E flat, Op 9 No 2
8.00-9.00: J Strauss (son) Overture: Die Fledermaus
Bach Violin Sonata No I in G minor, BWV1001
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Introduced by Andrew McGregor.
9.30 Building a Library David Owen Norris listens to versions of Albeniz's piano masterpiece Iberia.
10.15 Rob Cowan talks to Andrew about new releases of orchestral music.
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Tom Service examines the life and legacy of Italian composer Luigi Nono as a major celebration of his work gets under way in London, and talks to conductor Vladimir Jurowski about his plans for the future of the LPO on their 75th birthday.
Catherine Bott presents a programme from the Sallis Benney Theatre at the University of Brighton, as part of this year's Brighton Early Music Festival. There's live music from the ensembles Horses Brawl and Eclipse, and from soprano Anna Devin and baritone Derek Welton , two of the prize-winners from the 2007 London Handel Singing Competition. Producer Les Pratt
Another chance to hear last Monday's lunchtime concert from the Wigmore Hall, London, introduced by Verity Sharp.
Ronan Collett (baritone), Christopher Glynn (piano) Schumann Liederkreis , Op 24 (Heine) Faure L'Horizon Chimérique, Op 118
Warlock Ha'nacker Mill; The Night; My Own Country (Hilaire Belloc )
Butterworth Songs from A Shropshire Lad
1/3. Lucy Duran presents the first of three programmes recorded on location in the country. She begins her journey on the way to the ruined city Of Machu PiCChu. Producer James Parkin
Claire Martin introduces a concert by one of the UK's most cherished singers, Annie Ross. Ross is perhaps most famous for the 1950s band Lambert,
Hendricks and Ross, whose album Sing a Song of Basie was an instant hit. Annie Ross was recorded in concert at the Old Fruit Market, Glasgow, as part of the 2007 Glasgow International Jazz Festival.
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Christopher Cook is at the Wales Millennium Centre for James MacMillan 's new opera The Sacrifice, commissioned by Welsh
National Opera and ten years in the making.
Before the broadcast at 6.40pm, composer James MacMillan and librettist Michael Symmons Roberts discuss its development and how working with director Katie Mitchell and designer Vicki Mortimer has created an opera based on the mythological Welsh stories of the Mabinogion. And soprano Lisa Milne and baritone Christopher Purves describe their experience of singing new roles.
A tribal war has resulted in bloodshed and destruction. In a bid for peace, the General on one side gives his daughter Sian's hand in marriage to his enemy Mal. Sian sacrifices her lover Evan, the General's personal aide, even though she still loves him. Seven years later, at the investiture of Sian and Mal's son Gwyn, Evan's fury for the sacrifice they've made is unleashed. and Chorus and Orchestra of Welsh National Opera conducted by the composer
RT DIRECT: MacMillan's percussion concerto. Vent
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A concert recorded in June at the German Church, Stockholm, given as part of the Stockholm Early Music Festival.
Weser Renaissance, conductor Manfred Cordes Oratorio: The Last Judgement, Bux WVAnh3
Ivan Hewett presents music from the Bergen Festival. Bent Sorensen Exit Music (first performance) Bergen PO, conductor Andrew Litton
The Bells of Vineta; Lullabies 1; Minneliederzweites Minnewater; Angelas Waltz ; Standchen; Shadow Siciliano ; This Night of No Moon;
Midnight Mazurka; Lullabies 2; Birds and Bells Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen
Children of the Revolution
1/2. Another chance to hear two programmes exploring the music of the French Revolution.
Presented by Susan Sharpe. Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No 2 in G minor 1.19 Uszt Piano Concerto No I in E flat
1.38 Fesch Violin Concerto in E , Op 5 No 61.50 Haydn
L'Anima del Filosofo (Orfeo ed Euridice) (complete opera) Grit van Juten (soprano Euridice), Elena Vink (soprano: Genio), Robert Gambill (tenor: Orfeo), Henk Smit (bass:
Creonte), Netherlands Radio Chamber Choir, Netherlands Radio Orchestra. Dieter Rossberg and Robin Gritton (conductors)
4.00 Handel Die ihraus dunkeln Gruften, HWV208
4.05 Bach, orch Webern Fuga Ricercata (Musical Offering, BWV1079) 4.16 Elgar Serenade for Strings 4.28 Squire Tarantella, Op 23 4.32 Chopin Scherzo No 2 in B flat minor, Op 314.43 Wagner Prelude, Act 1: Die Meistersinger von Numberg 4.53 Glinka Air deSousanine (Ivan Sousanine )
5.00 Musorqsky Overture: Khovanshchina 5.05 Zipoli Pastorale 5.09 Ahlen Sommarpsalm 5.12 Alfven Aftonen
5.16 Tobias Prelude and Fugue in D minor 5.25 Bach Prelude and Fugue in G minor, BWV535 5.32 JC Bach Quintet in F for flute, oboe, violin, viola and continuo,
Op 11 No 3 5.41 Dvorak Romance in F Op 115.53 Massenet Manon (Act excerpts) 6.01 Ropartz Serenade
6.05 Sibelius Valse Triste (Kuolemo), Op 44 No 1
6.10 Stanford Eternal Father (Three Motets), Op 135 No 2
6.17 Brahms Piano Quartet No I in G minor, Op 25