with Andrew McGregor.
7.05 Marais Couplets de folies
7.10 Debussy Dialogue du vent et de la mer (La Mer)
Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit
7.32 Quartet Collection:
Haydn String Quartet in C, Op 20 No 2 (Sun) Lindsay Quartet
8.05 Liszt Ronde des lutins
Gyorgy Cziffra (piano)
8.19 Mendelssohn Variations
Concertantes, Op 17
Christophe Coin (cello)
Patrick Cohen (fortepiano)
Violin Concerto No 2
Viktoria Mullova (violin) RPO/André Previn Discs
Ravel and the Orchestra
Presented by Paul Guinery. Not content with making orchestrations of his own piano works, Ravel created a masterpiece when he turned his attention to
Musorgsky, orch Ravel Pictures at an Exhibition
BBC Philharmonic/ Yan Pascal Tortelier
Ravel Piano Concerto in G
Martha Argerich (piano) LSO/Claudio Abbado
with Chris de Souza.
The voice of Dietrich
Fischer-Dieskau, Liszt's transcriptions of Schubert songs and at approximately
Symphony No 1 in C minor London Festival Orchestra, conductor Ross Pople
10.15 Artist of the Week:
Tasmin Little (violin)
Beethoven Violin Sonata in A, Op 47 (Kreutzer)
Martin Roscoe (piano)
10.50 Brahms Motet : 0
Heiland reiss die Himmel auf, Op 74 No 2
BBC Singers/Simon Joly
10.55 Scarlatti Sonatas in B flat (Kk393); in C (Kk464) Christopher Kite (h'chord)
Michael Collins (clarinet) Lyric Quartet
11.30 Delius Concerto for violin and cello
Tasmin Little (violin)
Raphael Wallfisch (cello) Royal Liverpool
Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
The seventh in a series of lunchtime concerts from St
George's, Brandon Hill ,
Bristol, based around the music of Felix Mendelssohn.
Presented by Lucy Longhurst. David Owen Norris (piano) Mendelssohn Fantasia on 'The Last Rose of Summer'
A C MacKenzie Scenes in the Scottish Highlands James MacMillan
A Classic Arts production
Australian Youth Orchestra
Sarah Beck introduces the first programme in a new series. It's a concert given by the Australian Youth
Orchestra, conductor David Alan Miller , in Birmingham's Symphony Hall, as part of their British tour this summer.
Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla
Peter Sculthorpe Kakadu Shostakovich Symphony No 12 (The Year 1917)
Hugh Keyte introduces the first of two programmes of German songs by Orlande de Lassus (1532-94) and by his predecessors, Isaac and Senfl.
1: Winter desolation; springtime delight in bed, bottle and board; and the year-round battles between husbands and wives.
Caroline Trevor (alto)
Simon Berridge ,
Julian Podger and Charles Daniels (tenors)
Mike McCarthy (bass) Fretwork
Producer Susan Kenyon
Mike Maran celebrates the 100th anniversary of Robert Louis Stevenson 's death with five journeys through his life and work, including specially written songs performed by Rod Paterson , and beginning on the west coast of Scotland with Kidnapped.
Producer Richard Bannerman
Next programme Sunday 4.00pm
Afghan Traditional Music Today. Seventeen years ago, before the civil war in Afghanistan,
Veronica Doubleday spent several years among the musicians of Herat. This year she went back and found radical changes, both in the music and in attitudes towards it.
Producer John Thornley
The Personality Fix
Julian Gregory tries to unravel the secrets of composers' creativity.
with Natalie Wheen.
Producer Gwen Hughes
conductor Matthias Bamert
Jean Rigby (mezzo)
Brahms Tragic Overture
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique)
Jeremy J Beadle considers major artistic movements of the modern period.
5: Neo-Classicism Rpt
Stephen Pratt 's third report from this year's festival is a 60th birthday tribute to two musical knights - Sir
Harrison Birtwistle and Sir
Peter Maxwell Davies.
The Manchester-based ensemble Psappha, director Christopher Gayford , perform Birtwistle s
Cantata with Alison Wells
(soprano) and Maxwell Davies 's Image, Reflection, Shadow with Christopher Bradley (cimbalon).
The contribution from the Goldberg Ensemble, director Malcolm Layfield , includes Maxwell Davies 's characteristic realisations of songs by Charles Dibdin , Excuse Me, sung by Sara Fulgoni.
The English composer
E J Moeran was born 100 years ago this month.
Lyndon Jenkins , with the help of Lionel Hill ,
John Beckett , Vernon Handley , Lydia Mordkovitch ,
John Talbot , Stephen Lloyd and Barry Marsh , explores his enigmatic personality and sets out to discover why the music, often criticised as being overly derivative, nevertheless retains its appeal among performers and listeners alike.
Producer Patrick Lambert
Edward Pillinger (clarinet and soprano saxophone) and Suzanne Cheetham
(piano) in session with music by Leicester-based composers Andrew Hugill , Christopher Hobbs and Gavin Bryars.
Plus a contemporary classic by Olivier Messlaen.
Presented by Sarah Walker. Producer Alan Hall