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Sibelius Finlandia
SNO/Alexander Gibson
7.08 Grieg Holberg Suite Scottish Baroque
Ensemble/L Friedman
7.30am News
7.35 Sibelius Suite:
Scènes historiques
Gothenburg SO/Jarvi
7.53 Grainger To a Nordic Princess
Martin Jones (piano)
8.01 Grieg Anita 's
Dance; Solveig's Song
(Peer Gynt): Elly Ameling (sop); San Francisco SO/ Edo de Waart
8.10 Nielsen Overture; Prelude to Act 2;
Dance of the Cockerels (Maskarade): Swedish
RSO/Esa-Pekka Salonen


Grieg Holberg
Martin Jones
Grieg Anita
Elly Ameling

Purcell Three Parts on a Ground: London Baroque
9.37 C P E Bach
Symphony (Wq 183 No 3) Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment/Leonhardt
9.50 Mozart Mass in C minor: Soloists;
Leipzig Radio Chorus,
Dresden Staatskapelle/ Peter Schreier
10.46 Brahms Eight
Pieces, Op 76: Jonathan Plowright (piano)
11.14 Schoenberg Quartet in D (1897) Artis Quartet
11.36 Ives The
Unanswered Question
NY Philharmonic/Bemstein
11.43 Berio Folk Songs Jard van Nes (mezzo) Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Chailly Records


Peter Schreier
Jonathan Plowright

Seven programmes.
Jozsef Eotvos (guitar) Bach, arr Eotvos
Andante and Allegro (Sonata in A minor)
Toru Yamashita Small
Pieces on Old Japanese Folk Songs
Albeniz, arr Barrueco
Granada; Cuba; Cataluna (Spanish Suite)
Jozsef Eotvos Willow :
Variations on a Polish
Folk Song
Producer Hugh Warwick


Jozsef Eotvos
Jozsef Eotvos Willow
Hugh Warwick

1: 'Company':
A Musical Comedy In the first of six programmes Mark Steyn looks back at the Hal
Prince productions that established
Stephen Sondheim as one of the most original and innovative writers for the musical stage working in the theatre today. Series producer John Evans


Mark Steyn
Stephen Sondheim
John Evans

Robert Woolley
Thomas Roseingrave
Fugue No 1; Voluntary No 2; Fugue No 3 (Voluntarys and Fugues 1728);
Introduction to Scarlatti's
Lessons (1739)
Scarlatti Sonatas
(Kk8, 1, 9 and 10) Roseingrave Voluntary No 15
Scarlatti Sonatas
(Kk 2 and 14) Roseingrave Fugues
Nos 1 and 3 (Six Double Fugues 1750) (R)


Robert Woolley
Thomas Roseingrave

Ju Hee Suh (piano) Bournemouth SO leader Brendan O'Brien conductor Andrew Litton
live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.

Strauss Till Eulenspiegel
Bax The Happy Forest
Liszt Piano Concerto No 2 in A
8.25 The Fluctuating Fortunes of Father Franck
Richard Langham-Smith investigates, and Garard Green reads Franck's own words.
8.45 Franck Symphony in D minor

(To be broadcast on 'Omnibus at the Proms', Friday 10.20pm BBC)
(Feature: page 4)


Ju Hee Suh
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra Leader:
Brendan O'Brien
Andrew Litton
Presenter (The Fluctuating Fortunes of Father Franck):
Richard Langham-Smith
Reader(The Fluctuating Fortunes of Father Franck):
Garard Green

A suite of transcriptions for brass quintet and an early mass setting for chorus, trumpets and trombones.
Echoes of Courtly Love: Homage to Dufay; Phoenix Mass
BBC Singers; London Brass, conductor Richard Bradshaw (Payne's 'Time's Arrow' is Tuesday's Prom 7.30pm)


Richard Bradshaw

The Canadian trumpeter leads his 19-piece big band in concert at the Warwick Arts Centre earlier this year, as part of his 60th birthday tour. All the compositions are by Kenny Wheeler himself, and most were written especially for this tour. Introduced by Charles Fox , who at 11.10-11.20 also talks to American trumpeter Clark Terry.


Kenny Wheeler
Introduced By:
Charles Fox
Clark Terry.

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