Women's Studies: Mothers and Daughters
with Paul Guinery
Save me, 0 God (Z51)
Violin Sonata No 1
7.26 Mozart Symphony No 36 in C (Linz)
8.00 The Great
The Rev Alan Walker explores music for the Eucharist as it begins to emerge from the sanctuary.
8.37 Schumann Overture,
Scherzo and Finale
Producer Piers Burton-Page
Film-maker Ken Russell takes an individual look at the week ahead on Radio 3.
Verdi Overture: La Battaglia di Legnano - BPO/Herbert von Karajan
9.13 Bach Harpsichord Concerto in F minor (BWV 1056) - ECO/Raymond Leppard (harpsichord)
9.25 Composer of the Week: Wagner, arr Liszt Spinning Chorus (Der Fliegende Hollander) - Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano)
9.31 Artist of the Week: Dmitri Hvorostovsky (bar)
Donizetti Di tua beltade immagine (Poliuto)
Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Ion Marin
9.37 Barber Adagio for strings - Los Angeles PO, conductor Leonard Bernstein
9.48 Ernest Tomlinson Suite of English Folk Dances - Light Music Society Orchestra/Vivian Dunn
10.03 Debussy Prelude: Menuet (Suite bergamasque) - Kathryn Stott (piano)
10.12 Georg Druschetzky Partita in D - Collegium Musicum Pragense
10.23 Finzi Dies natalis - Wilfred Brown (tenor) English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Christopher Finzi
10.47 Michael Torke Bright Blue Music - Baltimore Symphony Orchestra/David Zinman
10.57 Saint-Saens Two choruses, Op 68 - Monteverdi Choir, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
11.04 Mompou, orch Rosenthal Suburbis - Barcelona Free Theatre CO/Josep Pons
11.25 Beethoven String Quartet in B flat, Op 18 No 6 - Brandis Quartet
11.50 Debussy Clair de lune; Passepied (Suite bergamasque) - Kathryn Stott (piano)
12.00 Walton, arr Palmer Major Barbara: A Shavian Sequence for orchestra - Academy of St Martin, conductor Neville Marriner
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
Crazy for You lain Burnside explores mad songs.
Producer Gwawr Owen
Sir Malcolm Sargent (1895-1967)
As a prelude to his six-part series marking the Sargent centenary, Lyndon Jenkins celebrates Malcolm
Sargent's championship of British music.
Producer Patrick Lambert
Dresden State Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
Beethoven Symphony No 6 in F (Pastoral)
Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor
John McCabe (piano) plays a further selection of fugues and polkas by Relcha and Smetana.
The second concert of the orchestra's new BBC residency at St George's, Brandon Hill in Bristol.
John Blow Venus and Adonis
Purcell Dido and Aeneas
Lynne Dawson and Rosemary Joshua (sops) Delia Jones (mezzo) Gerald Finley (bass)
Orchestra and Choir of the Age of Enlightenment. conductor Rene Jacobs
Richard Coles attends a new production of Richard Strauss 's Salome with Catherine Malfitano and Bryn Terfel at the Royal
Opera House, and there's another crisis of faith in Priest, a film by Jimmy McGovern.
Producer Paul Quinn
Graham Johnson (piano)
Schubert Abendbilder ;
Jungling auf dem Hugel; Nachthymne;
Das Madchen ; Der Tod und das Madchen;
Waldesnacht Musorgsky Songs and Dances of Death
Last Monday's Lunchtime Concert
or Huis Clos , by Jean-Paul Sartre, translated by Frank Hauser. A modern
European classic and a dramatic representation of Sartre's philosophy of existentialism. Three characters find themselves trapped together in a Second Empire drawing room. But the room is in hell, and the three characters will be yoked together for eternity, tormenting each other with the evil events in their lives. The play was first produced in May 1944, just a month before the Allied invasion of France.
Director Michael Earley
* See This Week: page 6
A profile of the young composer who first found a wide audience with his
1990 album of piano pieces, Flak. The music featured includes his latest
CD release, Hard Fairy, and a studio recording by Lontano of Ardent. The composer talks to
Mark Russell about his musical influences and introduces the Orkest de Volharding's recording of On Jimmy Yancey by his former teacher, Louis Andrlessen. Producer Alan Hall
Edward Elgar : The Music Maker
In the end, after a disastrous first performance, Elgar's The Dream of Gerontius proved to be one of his most enduring masterpieces.
Brian Wright talks to Andrew Davis about his performance, recorded two days ago at Westminster Cathedral.
Eigar The Dream of Gerontius Jean Rigby (soprano)
Dennis O'Neill (tenor) Alastair Miles (bass)
BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra/Andrew Davis From a concert sponsored by Land Rover
Hoist The Cloud Messenger Delia Jones (mezzo)
London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra/Richard Hickox Discs
Producer Gautam Rangarajan