with Catriona Young.
7.20 Rossini Marche et reminiscences pour mon demier voyage (Peches de vieillesse)
7.40 Quartet Collection:
Haydn String Quartet in A, Op 55 No 1
Two English Idylls
8.40 Charles Avfeon Concerto grosso No 5 in D minor
8.50 Faure Messe basse
Editor Andrew Lyle Discs
The Indian Summer
Presented by Michael Kennedy.
With Germany at war and his own position under the Nazi regime becoming increasingly precarious, the 78-year-old Strauss turned for solace to the founts of his inspiration: Mozart and Goethe, In the remaining seven years of his life he composed a number of instrumental and vocal works that count among his masterpieces.
Members of the Bavarian
Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Karl Bohm
Blick vom oberen Belvedere
Edita Gruberova (soprano) Friedrich Haider (piano) Horn Concerto No 2
Barry Tuckwell (horn) Royal Philharmonic/ Vladimir Ashkenazy Finale (Capriccio)
Gundula Janowitz (sop)
Karl Christian Kohn (bass) Bavarian RSO/Karl Böhm
Producer Edward Blakeman Discs
with Edward Blakeman.
This week, in transit - from
Latin America to Scandinavia via the Antarctic, with stop-offs in Paris, Madrid and Vienna. Including
10.00 Artist of the Week:
John Williams (guitar)
Barrios Mangore La ultima cancion; Cueca
10.05 Purcell Incidental music: The Double Dealer
10.20 Giuliani Guitar
Concerto in A, Op 30
11.15 Gabriel Pieme
Sonata da camera
11.30 Sibelius En Saga Producer Edward Blakeman
Roderic Dunnett rediscovers another opera from the age of the Empire.
3: Julius Benedict The Lily of Killamey
Although he was German-born, Benedict's tale of true love conquering all, with its folk tunes and colourful Gaelic melodies, is considered more Irish than operas by home-grown composers.
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth Producer Tim Thome Discs
from St John 's, Smith Square.
London Gabrieli Brass
Britten Fanfare for St
Edmundsbury; Russian Funeral
Handel Three Duets (The Compleat Tutor for the French Hom)
Hugh Wood Funeral Music Thomas Simpson
Canzonen (Opus newer Paduanen)
Robert Simpson Canzona for brass
Sigismund von Neukomm Divertimento for solo trumpet; A March for a brass band
Repeated next Sunday 6.30pm
Soundbites 2.15 Storybox
2.25 Let's Move 2.45 First
Steps in Drama
Ursula Holliger (harp)
Lausanne CO, directed by Heinz Holliger (oboe)
Ginastera Harp Concerto Lutoslawski Double
Concerto for oboe and harp
The first of three programmes in which
Hans Fagius explores the organ music of Johann Pachelbel.
In this second programme, Professor Harry Oster talks to Francis Wilford-Smith about three more bluesmen he recorded in the Louisiana State Penitentiary - Robert Pete Williams, Otis Webster and Charles Roosevelt.
(Repeated Thursday at 10.15pm)
In the world of pop it is often not the song but the way you put it across that counts. Tommy Pearson investigates.
Producer Chris Wines
with Richard Baker.
Producer Ray Abbott
conductor John Nelson
Sylvia McNair (soprano)
New London Children's Choir
Mahler Symphony No 4
Kanchell Light Sorrow (first UK performance)
1: Crossed Lines?
Jeremy Summerly wants to know who let it happen, and why, and how the English cadence got its name.
Next programme tomorrow 9.10pm
A new series of concerts featuring young composers working with young artists, recorded in St George 's, Brandon Hill ,
Bristol. Chris de Souza talks to
Sally Beamish whose Into the Furnace is given its first broadcast performance by the Gaudier Ensemble, who premiered it at the 1993 Cheltenham Festival.
Beamish Into the Furnace
A Classic Arts production
Music for a Scene from
Shelley, Op 7
Symphony of the Air/ Vladimir Goischmann
Adagio for strings, Op 11
Zagreb Soloists, conductor Antonio Janigro Discs
No 12 in G; No 17 in E
Daniel Adni (piano)
Next programme tomorrow
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.
Producer Philip Tagney
The Song of the Angels
The second in a series of concerts of vocal music from pre-Reformation England.
Chris de Souza presents the Sixteen, director Harry Christophers , in music from the Eton Choirbook by Lambe,
Stratford and Davy. Producer Anthony Pitts
Repeated tomorrow at 12 noon
Letterbox 1.20 Singing Together