Culture and Belief in Europe: The Cosmos
with Catriona Young.
7.05 Hummel Introduction,
Theme and Variations,
7.20 Godowsky Miniatures (Third set)
Cello Concerto No 1 in A minor, Op 33
8.05 Georg Muffat
Concerto Convalescentia in 8.25 Massenet Elegie
8.30 Quartet Collection:
Haydn String Quartet in C, Op 64 No 1
Producer Andrew Lyle Discs
Yan Pascal Tortelier introduces a programme with Italian connections.
Overture: Le Camaval romain
BBC Philharmonic/ Yan Pascal Tortelier
Harold in Italy (1st mvt)
Joseph de Pasquale (viola) Philadelphia Orchestra , conductor Eugene Ormandy Romeo et Juliette (Love Scene)
BBC Philharmonic/ Yan Pascal Tortelier
Benvenuto Cellini (Finale) Soloists
BBC SO/Colin Davis Producer Mark Rowlinson
Stephanie Hughes begins a week of programmes from Belfast with a flourish from
Malcolm Arnold , a trip on the blue Danube and a musical celebration of three great cities.
Malcolm Arnold A Flourish
10.05 Constant Lambert
Ballet Suite: Horoscope
10.40 Artist of the Week:
Malcolm Proud (h'chord)
Bach Prelude and Fugue in A minor (BWV 894)
10.55 J Strauss (son) An der schonen blauen
11.05 lbert Suite symphonique: Paris
11.20 Philip Martin
Piano Concerto No 2 (A Day in the City)
11.40 Walton In Honour of the City of London Producer Terry Black
with Roderic Dunnett.
4: Edward Loder Raymond and Agnes
The curse of the House of Lindenburg can only be lifted if the Baron marries
Lady Agnes, but she only has eyes for Don Raymond. Will true love conquer all? Loder's dramatic work, the crowning achievement of English romantic opera, receives only its second revival since 1859 in this
of the highlights.
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor James Lockhart
Producer Tim Thome
from St John 's,
Golub, Kaplan, CarrTrio Beethoven Allegretto in B flat (Wo039); Variations in E flat, Op 44
Smetana Piano Trio in G minor, Op 15
Repeated next Sunday 6.30pm
Soundbites 2.15 Storybox
2.25 Let's Move 2.45 First
Steps in Drama
conductor Adrian Leaper
Goldmark Rustic Wedding Symphony
Playing instruments in Malmo, Skara and Gothenburg, the Swedish organist Hans Fagius continues his exploration of organ music by Johann Pachelbel , one-time organist in Nuremberg.
In this third programme,
Professor Harry Oster talks to Francis Wilford-Smith about the bluesmen he discovered in New Orleans around 1960. They include Percy Randolph ,
Ben Douglas , Lemon Nash and the duo of Willie Thomas and Butch Cage.
Repeated on Thursday at 10.15pm
The Ability to Swing
Sarah-Jane Morris spends the week at the Wavendon
Jazz summer course to find out whether jazz can be taught. Today she finds out what jazz music is all about. A Track Record production
with Richard Baker. Producer Ray Abbott
from Pfalzbau Ludwigshafen, Germany.
South West German
SO Baden-Baden/Michael Gielen
Schreker: Prelude to a Drama
Webern: Variations for Orchestra op. 30
Ives: Two Contemplations, "The unanswered question" and "Central Park in the dark"
David Huckvale explores the mystical background to the works of Busoni and Varese.
8.40 Busoni: Berceuse Ã©lÃ©giaque op. 42
John Dobson 's 35 years at Covent Garden
Each evening this week the character singer, who has sung 100 roles and given 2,000 performances, talks to Lynda Powell.
1: "The first thing I ever sang in the House was half the dress rehearsal of Cavalleria Rusticana.
Charles Craig went into the church and a few minutes later, I came out of the church. I don't know what the audience thought." Next progamme tomorrow
Concerts featuring young composers working with young artists, recorded last autumn at St George's, Brandon Hill, Bristol.
This week pianist Rolf Hind and Irish composer Gerald Barry, who talks to Chris de Souza about balls, ballet and entrails.
Barry Triorchic Blues; Things That Gain by Being Painted; Swinging Tripes and Trillibubkins
Webern Variations, Op 27
Ives Three-Page Sonata
Barry Sur les pointes
Ligeti Two studies: Rainbow; The Devil's Staircase
A Classic Arts production
with Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.
Producer Philip Tagney
The Song of the Angels
The Orlando Consort with organist James O'Donnell perform music from pre-
Reformation England in the third concert of the series, presented by Chris de Souza. Walter Frye 's Missa nobilis et pulchra is matched with music by John Bennett including Lux fulget ex Anglia. Producer Antony Pitts
Repeated tomorrow at 12 noon
Letterbox 1.20 Singing Together