Torelli Sonata a cinqueNo3 Wynton Marsalis (trumpet) ECO/Raymond Leppard
7.05 Satie Ballet: Relâche
7.30 am News
7.35 Rossini String
Sonata No 6 in D: I Musici
7.51 Schubert Impromptu inEflat(D946No2) Alfred Brendel (piano)
Guitar Concerto No 1 in D
Pepe Romero ; Academy of St Martin/Marriner. Records
Second of three programmes. Schiitz Erbarm dich
Henri Ledroit (countertenor); Ricercar Consort Buxtehude Sonata in C
Musica Antiqua Koln
Bruhns Ich liege undSchlafe Soloists; Ricercar Consort Georg Böhm Prelude, fugue andpostlude in G minor Graham Barber (organ)
Fourth of six programmes.
Francaix Divertissement Delage Quatre Poèmes Hindous: Janet Baker
Mendelssohn Octet in Eflat, Op20. Records
with Peter Paul Nash. Can serious music publishing SUrvive?
Twelve recordings from the Royal Concertgebouw and Rotterdam Philharmonic's 1990/91 seasons.
Arleen Auger (soprano) Royal Concertgebouw, Amsterdam/Chailly
Wagner Overture and Bacchanale (Tannhauser) Diepenbrock Hymne an die Nacht
Brahms Symphony No 4
East and West Winds trad Kumoi Jishi : Kohachiro Miyata (shakuhachi) Ryohei Hirose
Loeki Stardust Quartet
Table Talk in Japan: Four programmes. Why does
Japanese rice stand up and sing? Alan Brown finds out. Producer Elizabeth Burke
with Paul Guinery.
McPhee Toccata: Tabuh-
Rochester Orch/Hanson Mozart Sancta Maria, Mater Dei (K260)
RIAS Chamber Choir
Berlin RSO/Marcus Creed C P E Bach Solfegietto in C minor: Lyn Garland (piano) Benjamin A Mind of Winter Penelope Walmsley-Clark (soprano); London
Sinfonietta/The Composer Britten Cello Sonata, Op 65: Mstislav Rostropovich; Composer
Arriaga Symphony in D
Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
Schubert Romanze (D 114); Totenopfer; Seufzer;
Erinnerungen; An den Mond (D193); Frühlingslied (D 398); Adelaide; Andenken; Rastlose Liebe ; Nahe des
Geliebten; Der Fischer; Three Songs of the Harper; Ganymed Wolf Excerpts: Goethe
Ken Smith talks to
Producer Fiona McLean
Piano Concerto No 19 in F
(K 459): ECO/Murray Perahia (piano). Records
They Went to Rome
The historical background to Europe's first recorded meeting with the Japanese - in the 1580s, when four boy princes took in the wonders of Spain, Portugal and Italy - is explored by Michael Cooper , Fr Diego Yuki and Professor
Written and presented by William Robson.
In Honour of the Great
Prince: A festival of gagaku - traditional ceremonial music - from the Shiten'noji temple in Osaka. The Shoryoe festival honours the spirit ofShotokuTaishi.the sixth-century prince who established Buddhism in Japan.
Denis Nowlan explains the historical and religious context of the ceremony.
FalstaffOp 68: BBC
Welsh SO/Andrew Davis
The Cliff of Time
In Kobo Abbe 's play, a boxer fights against the clock, to come to an understanding of himself.
Translation Donald Keene Director Marilyn Imrie
A black comedy by Minoru Betsuyaku.
Translation Masako Yuasa Director Alison Hindell
Sonata in D, Op 102 No2 Mstislav Rostropovich
(cello); Sviatoslav Richter (piano). Record
Gunnel Bohman (soprano) Sarah Walker (mezzo) Keith Lewis (tenor)
David Wilson-Johnson (bar) BBC Welsh Chorus conductor Jin Belohlavek
The Japanese Envoys: Six programmes following the journey through Europe of four Japanese legates. In
Venice they were received with great splendour at a mass, reconstructed here by the Gabrieli Consort and Players directed by Paul McCreesh.
Producer Graham Dixon