The Music of Sir Arthur Sullivan
Music, news and weather with Andrew McGregor , including at approximately
7.05 Takemitsu The
Game of Love
Shin-Yu Kai Choir , conductor Shin Sekiya
7.09 J A Scheibe Sinfonia a 16 in D
Concerto Copenhagen, director Andrew Manze
7.32 Keyboard Compendium: Bach Three-part
Inventions Nos 1-4 (BWV 787-90)
Ton Koopman (harpsichord)
Paganini Variations Peter Jablonski (piano) Royal Philharmonic
Nocturne in B, Op 40 Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Soir de fete, Op 32
Orchestre Symphonique de la RTBF/Jose Serebrier Discs
Introduced by Mark Elder. 2: Turning towards the National Style
Four Choruses, Op 29 Kuhn Mixed Chorus, conductor Pavel Kuhn
Serenade for string orchestra, Op 22
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Rafael Kubelik
Five Moravian Duets
Eva Zikmundova (soprano) Vera Soukupova (contralto) Alfred Holecek (piano)
with Mairi Nicolson.
Including at approximately
10.01 Gliere Symphonic Poem: The Sirens
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Sachio Fujioka
10.18 Artist of the Week Philip Pickett , director Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F
U.40 Anon Stella splendens
11.49 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G
New London Consort
York Early Music Festival David Fallows introduces five- and six-part viol consort setts to the organ by William Lawes and John Hingeston , performed by the Rose Consort of Viols with Timothy Roberts (organ).
BBC Philharmonic conductor Yan Pascal
Timothy Hugh (cello)
Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor
Beethoven Symphony No 7inA
conductor Bo Holten
James O'Donnell (organ) A concert of choral music including a Magnificat by Nicolas Gombert and his motet In illo tempore together with a mass based on it by Monteverdi. With 17th-century Italian organ music by Frescobaldi and Giovanni Gabrieli.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk Haydn Symphony No 86 inD
Ravel Le Tombeau de
Symphony No 1 in B flat (Spring)
Tommy Pearson mingles with folk in Ireland, where he finds a rich and exciting musical heritage.
Music, interviews and arts stories presented from
Birmingham by Humphrey Carpenter , including music by Elgar at approximately
5.15 So pray for me my friends (The Dream of Gerontius)
6.03 Take me away (The Dream of Gerontius)
Producer Christina Pritchard
from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Lucy Shelton (soprano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Oliver Knussen
Debussy Prélude a Vapres-midi d'un faune Alexander Goehr
Colossos or Panic (first UK performance)
Michael Goldfarb explores the quintessential spirit of America that connects both the poetry of Walt Whitman and the Woodstock festival, which took place 25 years ago this month.
8.55 Oliver Knussen
Stravinsky Symphony in Three Movements
A memoir by Anita Lasker -Wallfisch, cellist in the orchestra at Auschwitz.
2: The Graupe
"Later, in the concentration camp, I looked back on prison as a holiday."
Anita and her sister were, luckily, convicted of forgery. They attempted escape and were put in prison. Sadly, the friends tried with them were acquitted and sent straight to Auschwitz.
Piano Sonata (first broadcast)
Beethoven Sonata in F minor, Op 57 (Appassionato)
"There was a host of small museums in flats where
Lenin once resided; their multiplicity suggesting a man who seldom paid the rent."
A hundred years ago, when he was 24, Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov moved to St Petersburg to begin a career which led, among other things, to the renaming after him of the city "where every stone knows Lenin".
Historian John Klier scours what is again St Petersburg to find out what has become of the hundreds of marble plaques, memorials and museums, large and small, which expounded the official cult of Lenin.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra leader Bernard Docherty conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk Penelope Walmsley-Clark (soprano)
Delius In a Summer
Cantata: John Clare 's
Vision (first broadcast) Debussy Printemps