with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Monteverdi Vespers (1610) (excerpts)
Introduction and Allegro
7.36 Haydn Symphony No 100 in G (Military)
8.05 Liadov Baba-Yaga
, Op 56
8.17 Mozart Adagio and Rondo in C minor (K61 7)
8.46 Webem Im
Producer Andrew McGregor Discs
Gluck saw himself as opera's great reformer - ridding it of stylised conventions, and replacing them with a new sense of drama. In this week's programmes Gwen Hughes looks at the various stages of his operatic revolution, beginning with early days in Vienna: Italian celebrations for the court and a French opera set in Turkey.
Producer Gwen Hughes Discs
from Cardiff with Michael
10.00 Artist of the Week:
Carlos Kleiber (conductor) J Strauss (son) Tritsch-Tratsch Polka
10.05 Bach English Suite No 1 in A (BWV 806) Glenn Gould (piano)
10.25 Herrmann Love
Sinfonia of London, conductor Muir Mathieson
10.35 Praetorius Aus tiefer
Not schrei ich zu dir
Huelgas Ensemble, conductor Paul van Nevel
10.45 Schubert Symphony No 3 in D
Vienna PO/Carlos Kleiber
My Beloved Spake Monteverdi Choir
English Baroque Soloists/ John Eliot Gardiner
11.20 Falla Psyche
Victoria de los Angeles (sop) Chamber Orchestra of Teatre Lliure/Josep Pons
Le Chasseur danois
Thomas Allen (baritone) Carol Garber (piano)
11.35 Weber Der
Dresden State Orchestra, conductor Carlos Kleiber Producer Peter Thresh
Geoffrey Baskerville explores operatic wheeling and dealing in 19th-century Paris.
With music by Bizet, Gounod and Delibes.
Producer Simon Lord Discs
from St John 's, Smith Square.
Cleveland Quartet: William Preucil and Peter Salaff (violins)
James Dunham (viola) Paul Katz (cello)
Schubert Quartettsatz in C minor (D703); Quartet in A minor (D804)
Repeated next Sunday 6.30pm
Radio Q and A 2.05 Word
Games 2.15 Storybox 2.25 Let's Move 2.45 First Steps in Drama
Symphony No 5
Moscow PO/Kirill Kondrashin Discs
In the first of three programmes William Robson introduces performances from the semi-final rounds.
Scheidemann Magnificat on the 8th tone
Sweelinck Mein junges Leben hat ein End'
Liszt Prelude and Fugue on BACH
Dupre Variations sur un Noël
In the second of six programmes on Carla Bley , the American pianist tells Alan Plater about her first husband Paul Bley , who actively encouraged her to compose. Her second husband, trumpeter
Michael Mantler , was also helpful to her career, and together they formed the Jazz Composers' Orchestra and the record company Watt, through which they issued their performances. Repeated Thursday 10.15pm
Anything you can do I can do better, with Steve Layton on the electric guitar and Malcolm MacFarlane on the acoustic.
Producer Chris Wines
with Andrew Green , including Brahms Ballade in G minor, Op 118 No 3
6.03 Berlioz Villanelle (Les Nuits d'ete)
6.30 Faure Elegie
7.03 Purcell Lost is my quiet for ever
Producer Andrew Mussett
Two operas in concert performances given at this year's Salzburg Festival.
Stravinsky The Nightingale Words by Stepan Mitusov , after the tale by Hans Christian Andersen.
Sung in Russian.
Austrian Radio Chorus
Poulenc La Voix humaine
Words by Jean Cocteau after his play of the same name. Sung in French.
Woman.....FRANÇOISE POLLET (sop)
Austrian Radio SO/ Pinchas Steinberg
In this series of 15-minute plays set in bed, real-life couples are cast as fictional couples. The dramas are written by Russell Davies who explains that they
"came from the idea that people talk differently in the dark, they reveal more, and talking lying down has a special sound!"
Episode 1, with Prunella Scales and Timothy West. A wartime civil servant and his wife fall asleep in their Morrison shelter.
Producer Jonathan James-Moore
Next programme, with Natasha Pyne and Paul Copley , tomorrow at 9.35pm
* See This Week: page 16
Lassus was one of the few composers to base
Magnificat settings on existing music: the basis of this one, "Erano capei d'oro", is a madrigal by Giovanni Maria Nanino.
Tallis Scholars, director Peter Phillips Rpt
Next programme tomorrow 9.50pm
Debussy Préludes Book 1 Faure Nocturne in D flat,
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.
Producer Philip Tagney
Chris de Souza introduces another early music invitation concert recorded at the Royal College of Music, London. This week
The Lute's Delight- the Dowland Consort, director
Jakob Lindberg , perform English and Italian music