with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Telemann Overture burlesque (Suite in B flat)
7.23 Grieg Three Lyric Pieces: Arietta, Op 12 No 1; Berceuse, Op 38 No 1: Schmetterling, Op 43 No 1
7.37 Respighi Pini di Roma
8.05 Rameau Overture; Entree des quatres nations (Les Indes galantes)
8.24 Kabalevsky Four Preludes, Op 5
8.42 Vaughan Williams Violin Concerto (Concerto Accademico)
Presented by William Mival.
"His breakfast was brought to him by the ducal lackeys and he was always a welcome guest at the palace. Theatrical rehearsals and performances occupied much of his time. But the greatest charm of this delightful court lay in the evenings, when charm, wit, female fascination, amiability and fine feeling all combined under the guidance of that clever, excellent, friendly worshipper of art, the Duke Eugen" - Max Maria Weber on Weber's life at the court of Carlsruhe, where he wrote the First Symphony.
Overture: Peter Schmoll Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Herbert von Karajan
Konzertstuck, Op 79 Alfred Brendel (piano) LSO/Claudio Abbado
Symphony No 1 in C Bavarian Radio SO/Wolfgang Sawallisch
from Manchester with Mairi Nicolson.
10.00 Artist of the Week:
John Barbirolli (conductor) Elgar Overture: Cockaigne
10.15 Gines de Morata
Pues que me tienes Miguel
10.20 William Young Sonata in A minor for four violins
A Shropshire Lad
10.42 Antonio Lauro Vals
Venezolano No 3
10.43 Jorge Morel Dansa Brasilera
11.00 Berlioz Le Matin ,
Op 13 No 1
11.08 Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 42
11.30 Vaughan Williams
Symphony No 8 in D minor Producer Paul Hindmarsh
This alarming headline greeted the 21-year-old William Walton and his collaborators Edith, Osbert and Sacheverell Sitwell on the morning after the first public performance of Facade in June 1923. How disaster was turned into success; the mysteries of the "Sengerphone"; the true identity of Hernia Whittlebot - all is revealed.
from St John's, Smith Square.
Louis Lortie (piano)
The Canadian pianist plays an all-Beethoven programme.
Beethoven Rondo in C, Op 51; Sonata in E minor, Op 90; Sonata in A, Op 101 (Repeated next Sunday 6.00pm)
BBC National Orchestra of Wales conductor Tadaaki Otaka
BBC Welsh Chorus
Overture: Romeo and Juliet
Britten Four Sea Interludes
(Peter Grimes )
Stravinsky Petrushka (1947) Sponsored by Midland Bank pic Recorded at last year's Cheltenham Festival
The second of three programmes.
Peter Hurford on the organs of Knox Grammar School and Woolongong Town Hall.
Chorale Preludes (BWV 615-24)
This week Charles Alexander looks at the role of the acoustic guitar in contemporary jazz. With recordings by John McLaughlin , Ralph Towner and Al Di Meola , and interviews with Joe Pass and Martin Taylor. A Gleneagle production
Repeated Thursday at 10.15pm
Occupation? Composer! During the week, Sarah Walker experiences the working days of a breed of people whose strongest compulsion is to compose music. Today she visits Barrington Pheloung , composer of the Inspector Morse theme.
Producer Alan Hall
with Andrew Green.
BBC Symphony Orchestra conductor Andrew Davis
Nobuko Imai (viola)
BBC Symphony Chorus
Schumann Manfred (in a new concert version by Jeremy Sams )
Berlioz Harold in Italy Sponsored by Land Rover
This sequence of five short plays by Heiner Milller explores the contradictions of socialism before the collapse of the Berlin Wall through a series of vivid encounters between opposites.
A Second World War Russian commander faces the onslaught of German tanks with a company demoralised by deserters.
(Next programme tomorrow 9.35pm)
A new recording of the complete set by the Arditti Quartet.
Schoenberg Quartet No 2, Op 10
Dawn Upshaw (soprano) Next programme Wed 9.30pm
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Helen Field (soprano) David Rendall (tenor)
Donald Maxwell (baritone) BBC Welsh Chorus
BBC Symphony Chorus, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
The Bells, Op 35
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.
Producer Philip Tagney
In the second programme from this summer's Festival of Baroque Music, Cantus Colin are directed by their founder Konrad Junghanel in a programme of German music from Lassus to Schutz.
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon