with Catriona Young.
7.05 Schubert Overture:
7.15 Bach Flute Sonata in G minor (BWV 1020)
7.30 Quartet Collection: Haydn String Quartet in B flat, Op 55 No 3
8.05 Telemann Trumpet Concerto in D
8.25 Lassus Madrigal: Ben convenne
Le Poeme de t'extase
Presented by Michael Kennedy.
Malven - Edita Gruberova (soprano) Friedrich Haider (piano)
Duett - Concertino - Paul Meyer (clarinet), Knut Sonstevold (bassoon), New Stockholm CO/Esa-Pekka Salonen
Ruhe, meine Seele! - Felicity Lott (soprano), Scottish National Orchestra/Neeme Jarvi
Four Last Songs - Lucia Popp (soprano), LPO/Klaus Tennstedt
with Edward Blakeman including
10.00 Artist of the Week:
John Williams (guitar) Barrios Mangore
Aconquija; Choro de saudade
Symphony No 4 in B flat
Rodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez
11.10 Louise Farrenc
Trio in E minor
11.30 Sibelius Tapiola
Repeated from yesterday 11.30pm
from the Concert
Broadcasting House. Australian Quartet Larry Srtsky
String Quartet No 3 Douglas Weiland String Quartet
The Song Tree: Music
Course 1 - The Vanishing Hole 2.15 Together Stories
2.30 Dance Workshop 2.50 Poetry Corner
The first of six programmes celebrating the careers of some great musicians through their BBC and other recordings, their own comments and those of their friends and fellow musicians.
For most of her life the Russian pianist
Tatiana Nikolaeva was not regarded as an exportable commodity by the Soviet
Union and her international career lasted barely ten years. Gordon Stewart recollects that time, in conversation with David
Crighton and Malcolm Binns , and investigates what went before. With excerpts from Bach,
Schumann and Tchaikovsky. A Cavendish production
In the first of eight programmes, Sara Nuttall explores the traditional music of the great trade route that linked China to the West in the Middle Ages. 1: A Journey through Turkey From the Byzantine city of Constantinople - present-day Istanbul - south and eastwards across Central Anatolia, visiting a wedding in the high pastures, caravanserais, and a rare public performance of the Dance of the Dervishes in Konya, the centre of the Mevlana Sufi order.
Producer John Thornley
Tommy Pearson delves into the world of complex music. He tries to find out if the composer considers each note carefully or if the music is an elaboration of a far simpler sructure.
with Natalie Wheen , including
Malcolm Arnold The
6.03 Handel Overture:
6.45 Constant Lambert
The Rio Grande
The opening concert of the orchestra's new residency at St George's, Brandon Hill Bristol. ,
Neil Jenkins (tenor) conductor Andrew Parrott
Boyce Overture No 5 in F
Ame Not on beds of fading flowers; Now Phoebus sinketh in the west (Comus)
Abel Symphony in E flat, Op 7 No 6
8.15 An Enlightened Decade Andrew Lyle assesses the achievements of the Orchestra of the Age of the Enlightenment with the help of players Alison Bury and Lisa Beznosiuk and one of its main guest conductors, Franz Briiggen , and talks to general manager
David Pickard about the future.
8.35 Abel Cantata: Fair
Celia love pretendeth Handel Water Music
Henry Jeremy Summerly finishes with some major musical developments and some minor strokes of genius. Series producer Antony Pitts
Joan Rodgers (soprano) Roger Vignoles (piano)
Tchaikovsky Last night, Op 60 No 1; To forget so soon; Behind the window, Op 60 No 10; Cradle Song, Op 16 No 1; Was I not a blade of grass? Op 4 7 No 7; It was in the early spring, Op 38 No 2
Berg Seven Early Songs Schoenberg Rve Cabaret Songs
Daniel Adni (piano) completes his cycle.
Nocturnes: No 16 in F; No 18 in E
Series producer Nigel Wilkinson
The socialist Victor Grayson won a parliamentary seat in a dramatic by-election in the Colne Valley in 1907. Young, dynamic and handsome, he won support across the country. Yet he abandoned politics after less than a decade and, in 1920, walked out of his London home and disappeared.
Simon Armitage investigates the charismatic Grayson in a new poem.
Producer Fiona McLean
Sarah Walker introduces an evocation of virtual stillness in Giacinto Scelsi 's Aion and an exhibition of orchestral frenzy in lannis Xenakis's s Dammerschein.
To complete the display,
Edgard Varese 's new world epic Ameriques.
Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor
Producer Alan Hall