7.00-8.00: Ravel Pavane pour une Infante Défunte Katia and Marielle Labeque (pianos)
Vivaldi Concerto in A for two violins, RV519 Nigel Kennedy and Daniel Stabrawa (violins),
Members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
8.00-9.00: Pierre de la Rue 0 Salutaris Hostia Jan Garbarek (saxophone), Hilliard Ensemble Bach, orch Webern Ricercata (The Musical Offering) LSO, conductor Pierre Boulez
Introduced by Andrew McGregor.
9.30 Building a Library David Huckvale trawls through recordings of Respighi's Pines of Rome.
10.15 Nick Morgan reviews reissues on the Das Alte Werk label.
11.45 Disc of the Week: Bruckner Symphony No 4 in E flat (Romantic) Lucerne Festival Orchestra, conductor Claudio Abbado
Franz Liszt was the most celebrated performer of his day - a media darling who manipulated the Press to enhance his reputation and was adored by his public. Pianist David Owen Norris follows
Liszt the virtuoso on his record-breaking concert tours from Lisbon to Constantinople and from Gibraltar to St Petersburg. With contributions from historian Donald Sassoon ,
Rossana Dalmonte of the Liszt institute in Bologna and writer Gillen Wood. With letters and reviews read by Jamie Glover and John Sessions. Producer Jessica Isaacs
Harpsichordist and conductor
Laurence Cummings explores the life and music of Reinhard Keiser , a prolific composer of opera in the late 17th and early 18th centuries often neglected in favour of Handel, whose work he influenced.
Producer Rebecca Bean See also Opera on 3 at 6.30pm
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from London's Wigmore Hall. Written for
Archduke Rudolph of Austria, the B flat trio is the most famous and the largest in scale of Beethoven's works in this form. For this recital, the Beaux Arts Trio pair it with a work of much chronological debate - his variations on a theme by Wenzell Muller. Presented by Sarah Walker. Beaux Arts Trio
Beethoven Variations on Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu, Op 121a; Trio in B flat, Op 97 (Archduke)
Lucy Duran introduces a performance by Orchestra Baobab, the Senegalese veterans of Afro, Cuban, and Congolese fusion, recorded at London's Jazz Cafe as part of this year's London Jazz Festival. Producer James Parkin
Live from the Ballroom Floor of the Royal
Festival Hall, London, Claire Martin presents the second broadcast from this year's
London Jazz Festival, featuring Sax Mafia, comprising four virtuoso reedsmen from the former Soviet Union. Also performing are the Alboran Trio , who have been compared to the piano of Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett.
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The Fortunes of King Croesus Christopher Cook introduces a performance from Opera North in Leeds of a rarely heard 18th-century opera by Reinhard Keiser , a contemporary of Handel. The story tells of a rich and powerful monarch who falls from power and forfeits his fortune.
Chorus and Orchestra of Opera North, conductor Harry Bicket
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King Croesus Christopher
Le Brocq (tenor)
Queen of Media:
Dreaming of Osama. Usually, the strangely mild-mannered Osama Bin Laden appears on videos, uploaded to radical Muslim sites, but since the 9/11 terrorist attacks he has also been appearing in people's dreams all overthe West. Pejk Malinovski's soundscape of real dreams and reflections on security gauges the impact on the West's collective unconscious of the so-called "war on terror". Producer Pejk Malinovski
Lyell Cresswell The Voice Inside
Elizabeth Layton (violin), Julie Moffat (soprano), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ilan Volkov
Tom Service introduces a concert of contemporary music given by the Ulster
Orchestra at this year's Sonorities Festival in Belfast, and a performance of Morton Feldman 's Piano from a 2005 concert by Stephen Gutman Simon Holt Minotaur Games
Philip Hammond Die Ersten Blumen Ian White Island
Kevin Volans Cello Concerto Gavriel Lipkind, Ulster Orchestra, conductor Gregory Rose Feldman Piano Stephen Gutman (piano)
Profile of German-born composer Hasse, who married the celebrated mezzo Faustina Bordoni.
With Jonathan Swain. Shostakovich Suite on Verses by Michelangelo Buonarroti , Op 145a Matthias Goerne (baritone), French National Orchestra, conductor Bernard Haitink
1.46 Shostakovich Symphony No 15 French National Orchestra, conductor Bernard Haitink 2.32 Nielsen
Chaconne for piano, Op 32 2.42 Busoni Suite No 2 for orchestra, Op 34a 3.10 Sibelius The Broken Voice, Op 18 No 7; 0 Precious Finland, Op 23 No9;Busyasa Thrush Op 18 No4 3.15 Grainger Shepherd 's Hey 3.18 Brahms Piano
Quintet in F minor, Op 34 4.00 Rossini Overture: La Gazza Ladra 4.10 Boccherini Cello Concerto in E flat, C474
4.28 Schubert Jagers Abendlied, 0368 4.32 Grieg, orch Sitt Four Norwegian Dances, Op 35 4.51 Pezel German Dance Suite 5.00 Shostakovich Seven Dances of the Dolls, Op 91c 5.11 Mocoroa Dance of the Witches 5.14 MacDowell Witches' Dance, Op 17 No 2 5.17 Bach OrchestralSuiteNo 1 C, BWV1066 5.43 Mozart Ave Verum Corpus, K618 5.47 Chopin Mazurka in G minor, Op 24 No 1; Mazurka in A flat. Op 50 No 2
5.54 Prokofiev Cinderella's Waltz (Cinderella)
5.59 Bernstein Glitter and Be Gay (Candide) 6.06 Haydn Symphony No 60 in C (II Distratto) 6.32 Faure Nocturne in E flat minor, Op 33 No 16.39 Ibert Flute Concerto