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The King shall rejoice Choir of New College,
7.15 Poulenc Trois
Pascal Roge (piano)
7.40 Rosetti Horn Concerto in E flat (K III 39)
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Barry Tuckwell (horn)
8.05 Tchaikovsky Overture: Hamlet
Orchestra, conductor Geoffrey Simon
8.20 Sarasate Navarra
Alfredo Campoli and Brenda Blunt (violins) Daphne Ibbott (piano)
8.30 Elgar, orch Gordon Jacob Organ Sonata Royal Liverpool PO, conductor Vernon Handley Discs
The Indian Summer
Presented by Michael Kennedy.
"I am in despair. My lovely Dresden - Weimar -
Munich - all gone." Oboe Concerto in D
Leon Goossens (oboe) Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Alceo Galliera
Members of the New Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor John Barbirolli
with Edward Blakeman , including
10.00 Artist of the Week:
John Williams (guitar) Astor Piazzolla Tango; Verano porteno
10.05 Mozart Piano
Concerto No 23 in A (K488) Artur Pizarro (piano)
West German Sinfonia, conductor Dirk Joeres
11.05 Nigel Westlake Suite: Antartica
John Williams (guitar) London Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Paul Daniel
11.25 Philippe Gaubert Trois aquarelles
Leslie Newman (flute) Paul Marleyn (cello)
Scott Mitchell (piano)
11.40 Sibelius The
BBC Scottish SO, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
How did the brass band start? What sort of music was played? What did it sound like? In the first of four programmes
Paul Hindmarsh investigates, with the help of the American Quintet Brass Band and the London
Gabrieli Brass Ensemble.
Music includes marches by Cherubini, a nonet by Felicien-Cesar David , and works from the time of the American Civil War.
Producer Paul Hindmarsh
Radio Q and A 2.05 In the News 2.25 Something to Think About: Infant
Assemblies 2.40 Music
Workshop: Music Course 3 Orpheus
BBC Philharmonic conductors Gunther Herbig and Sachio Fujioka
Dong Suk Kang (violin)
Yoshimatsu Threnody for
Toki (first UK performance) Brucn Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor
Beethoven Symphony No 3 in E flat (Eroica)
Andrew Green explores the best of Britain's amateur choirs as heard at the Choir of the Year competition.
2: Young and Old featuring the Fair City Singers, the Berkshire
Youth Choir and the Colne
Valley Male Voice Choir.
Lots of music relies on performers being able to elaborate on the notes of a particular chord or chord sequence. Perhaps the best-known type of music calling for this skill is jazz - but there are many more, including baroque music.
Tommy Pearson investigates.
David Owen Norris reports from Bristol, where members of the public are welcome at St George's,
Brandon Hill , for this mix of live and recorded music with members of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment at the beginning of their residency. Including:
6.03 Beethoven Piano
Sonata in C minor, Op 13 (Pathetique)
6.30 Schubert Adagio (String Quartet in D minor, D810)
7.15 Stravinsky Symphony in C (first movement) Producer Jeremy Hayes
See also tomorrow 7.30pm
from the Free Trade
Hall, Manchester. Yvonne Loriod (piano) conductor George Benjamin Ravel
Alborado del gracioso Messiaen
Réveil des oiseaux
Benjamin Sudden Time
8.15 Andriessen on Stravinsky
Michael Oliver talks to the Dutch composer
Louis Andriessen about his view of Igor Stravinsky , the man and his music.
8.35 Stravinsky Petrushka (1911)
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4: Welcome to All the Pleasures
Jeremy Summerly investigates Purcell's use and abuse of the false relation.
Last programme tomorrow
Elefteria Kotzia (guitar) Millaresis
Variations on Tsakonikos
Stephen Dodgson Three Attic Dances
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 - and introduces their blues.
Repeated from Monday 4.30pm
Place your bets, please, ladies and gentlemen ... Prompted by Patrick Marber 's new play about poker, Dealer's Choice, which opens tonight at the National Theatre, Christopher Cook investigates why writers and artists find gambling such an attractive theme. Producer John Goudie
Des Knaben Wunderhorn lain Burnside presents a programme of songs from Mahler's song-cycle, drawing on recordings by some of the great Mahler singers.
Producer Adam Gatehouse
Repeated tomorrow at 12 noon
Let's Make a Story 1.30
Music Box 2.00 Ghostwriter