Learning through Life: East Meets West
Presented by Anthony Burton. Haydn
Symphony No 65 in A Tafelmusik, conductor Bruno Weil
Old American Songs
Thomas Hampson (baritone)
Saint Paul Chamber
Orchestra, conductor Hugh Wolff
Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor
Maria Joao Pires (piano) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor
Medea's Meditation and Dance of Vengeance Detroit Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
Mass in C (K317) (Coronation)
Barbara Bonney (soprano) Catherine Wyn Rogers (contralto)
Jamie MacDougall (tenor) Stephen Gadd (bass)
English Concert and Choir, conductor Trevor Pinnock
Bartok's String Quartets by Stephen Johnson.
Michael Oliver on new recordings of Berlioz, Poulenc, Debussy and Messiaen.
Revised rpt Wednesday 3.00pm
from the Barbican
I Classical Music Fair.
Sara la baigneuse Je crois en vous
Chansonette de Mr Leon de
FranQoise Pollet (soprano) Anne Sofie von Otter
John Aler (tenor)
Thomas Allen (baritone) Cord Garben (piano)
Torleif Thedeen (cello)
Tu vois le feu du soir
Les chemins de I'amour
Catherine Dubosc (soprano) Gilles Cachemaille
Pascal Roge (piano)
Bastille Opera Orchestra, conductor Myung-Whun Chung
11.30 Is your sound system about to become obsolete? Should you invest in mini-disc or wait for recordable CD to take off? What about new video formats?
Barry Fox is at the Barbican Classical Music Fair to answer your questions on the latest developments in the hi-fi world.
Producers Patrick Lambert and Clive Portbury Discs
George Pratt and guests Irene Aim and Tim Carter discuss the role and significance of dance music in Baroque theatrical works, with examples from the 1589 Intermedi for La
Pellegrina, Luigi Rossi 's Orfeo and Lully's Le bourgeois gentilhomme and Alceste.
Producer Kate Bolton
Five programmes in which Michael Billington talks to actresses about key roles in the repertoire. 1: St Joan
Actresses Eileen Atkins and Imogen Stubbs discuss their approaches to playing Bernard Shaw 's St Joan.
Producer Fiona McLean
(piano) at the Wigmore Hall. Mozart
Variations in F (K54)
Adagio in B minor (K540) Sonata in G (K283)
2.00 Interval Reading
2.05 Tchaikovsky The Seasons
Given in the Wigmore Hall, London last November
Annette Morreau continues her investigation into the life of the great cellist Emanuel Feuermann.
This week's programme includes interviews with the conductor Leon Barzin , and Feuermann's former students Claus Adam ,
George Neikrug and Zara Nelsova.
Dvorak Rondo in G minor, Op 94
Cello Concerto in C (1940) Reicha
Cello Concerto in A (1940) Dvorak
Cello Concerto in B minor
Association, conductor Leon Barzin
A Morreau production
Geoffrey Smith introduces another selection of listeners' favourites.
Producer Alan Hall Discs
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Berthold Goldschmidt fled Nazi
Germany in 1935 and now lives in London. He has recently begun to compose again and this week's programme includes a report on the Berlin
Festival's tribute to his work, and a major debate on the state of instrumental tuition in schools.
Presented by Ivan Hewett. Producer Fiona Shelmerdine
Repeated tomorrow 12.15pm
Rossini's sparkling comic opera performed at this year's Pesaro Festival, an annual celebration of the composer's work.
Danish soprano Inger Dam Jensen, the 1993 Cardiff
Singer of the World, sings the role of Elvira.
Bologna Teatro Comunale Orchestra, conductor David Robertson
An Italian Radio recording
Study in B flat minor Rachmaninov
Prelude in C sharp minor, Op 3
Ten Preludes, Op 23 Stular Foglie al vento Rpt
This influential American pianist rose to fame in the early 60s with John Coltrane. Geoffrey Smith introduces a recording of the concert Tyner gave at the Royal Festival Hall in May when heplayed solo and with his 15-piece band which included Billy Harper (tenor sax), Steve Turre (trombone), John Clarke (French hom) and Jerry Gonzalez (percussion).
During the interval Geoffrey Smith talks to McCoy Tyner about his experiences working with Coltrane. Producer Derek Drescher