Reading Novels: the Rational Amusement
with Catriona Young ,
Anton Zimmerman Cassation in D
7.20 Purcell Blow up the Trumpet in Zion
7.30 Sibelius The Oceanides
7.45 Keyboard Compendium: Bach Three-Part Inventions
Nos 9-11 (BWV795-797)
Variations in C, Op 109
Variations on a theme by Robert Schumann , Op 9 Discs
presented by Andrew Manze. Sonata a 6 New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
Vienna Concentus Musicus, director Nikolaus Harnoncourt
Sonatas X and XII
(Sonatae tarn aris quam aulisservientes)
Parley of Instruments, directors Roy Goodman and Peter Holman
Sonata da camera No
Ensemble Baroque da Mateus, director Marie Leonhardt
Studio de Musique Ancienne de Montreal, director
Christopher Jackson Discs
with Mary Miller at the Edinburgh International Festival, including
Grieg Homage March (Sigurd Jorsalfur)
BBC Scottish Symphony
10.15 Artist of the Week: John Eliot Gardiner (conductor) Schutz
O bone Jesu, fili Mariae Monteverdi Soloists
English Baroque Soloists
Concerto in G (K216)
Gwydion Brooke (bassoon) Serenata of London, director Emanuel Hurwitz
The first of three live recitals from the Queen's Hall, Edinburgh.
Olga Borodina (mezzo) and Larissa Gergieva (piano) begin their programme with songs by Rachmaninov
11.50 Edinburgh Festival Report
Christopher Cook talks to
Peter Zadek and Eva Mattes as their new production of Antony and Cleopatra arrives at this year's Edinburgh Festival.
12.10pm Part 2 Shostakovich
Spanish Songs, Op 100 Falla 7Canciones populares espanolas
conductor Riccardo Chailly
Viktor Liebermann (violin)
Alfred Schnittke: "Pianissimo"
Luigi Nono: "No hay caminos, hay que caminar"
Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No 1
Martin Jones and Richard McMahon (pianos) Tristan Fry and James Holland (percussion) Grainger
A Lincolnshire Posy Bartok Sonata for two pianos and percussion Stravinsky
Concerto for two pianos Gershwin Variations on "I Got Rhythm" Grainger
Fantasy on Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess"
conductor Nicholas Braithwaite
Malcolm Binns (piano)
Bridge Suite for Strings
Stanford Piano Concerto
No 2 in C minor
Tommy Pearson sets out to discover what it takes to write a hit pop song.
Presented by Geoffrey Baskerville from the Edinburgh Festival. Producer Svend Brown
from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
The centenary celebrations continue with a Viennese night, which has, for many years, been regarded as an indispensable feature of the Proms.
Felicity Lott (soprano) London Philharmonic, conductor Franz Welser-Most
Mozart Symphony No 35 in D (K385) (Haffner)
Johann Strauss (son) Draussen in Sievering (Die Tanzerin Fanny Eissler)
Robert Stolz Du sollst der Keiser meiner Seele sein (Der Favorit)
Suppe Overture: Light Cavalry
8.15 Of Coffins and Bicycles
Edward de Souza reads an impression of Franz Suppe by Graeme Fife.
8.35 Johann Strauss (son) March: Kaiser Franz Joseph
Josef Strauss Waltz: Music of the Spheres
Lehar Meine Lippen sie kussen so heiss (Giuditta)
Heuberger Im Chambre Separee (Der Opernball)
Johann Strauss (son) Egyptian March; Polka: Eljen a Magyar
Lehar Liebe du Himmel auf Erden (Paganini)
Johann Strauss (son) Czardas and Overture (Die Fledermaus)
(Highlights of this programme can be seen tomorrow on BBC1 at 10.20pm)
Frances Partridge talks to
Christopher Cook about how she became a serious diarist at the beginning of the Second World War.
(Rpt. Next programme tomorrow
Paul Barritt (violin)
Catherine Edwards (piano) Gorecki Variations, Op Szymanowski The Fountain of Arethusa (Myths) Lutoslawski
Recitative and Aria
Bacewicz Sonata No 4
Gorecki Sonatina in One
John Millington Synge is best known as the author of The
Playboy of the Western World, but few know that
Synge began life as a composer. Indeed a sense of music fills everything he wrote for the stage.
Ann Mann looks at the "music" in Synge's work and includes performances of some of his compositions for piano and violin. (Rpti
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor Martyn Brabbins Musorgsky, orch Lyadov Introduction
Musorgsky, orch Rimsky-
Korsakov Scherzo in B flat
Cantus in memoriam
Glazunov Symphony No 6