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A Fugal Concerto
Duke Dobing (flute)
Christopher Hooker (oboe) City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
7.24 Puccini Crisantemi
Giovane Quartetto Italiano
7.32 Handel Handbook:
Trio Sonata in G minor,
Op 5 No 5
7.48 Dyson Overture: At the Tabard Inn
8.05 Mozart Rondo in D
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, director
Daniel Barenboim (piano)
8.41 Respighi Suite: The Birds
St Paul Chamber Orchestra, conductor Hugh Wolff Discs
Presented by Jill Anderson with Dr Colin Lawson , who talks about the music from a player's point of view. Quartet in D flat for bassoon, two violas and cello
Jiri Seidl (bassoon) Members of the Suk
Concerto in E flat for two clarinets and orchestra
Sabine and Wolfgang Meyer (clarinets)
Wurrtemberg Chamber Orchestra, conductor
with Chris de Souza. More of Liszt's Bunte Reihe, played by Leslie Howard and another celebration of Anthony Milner 's 70th birthday.
10.00 Artists of the Week:
Borodin Quartet Haydn
Seven Last Words on the Cross: Sonata V
10.10 Anthony Milner Variations for Orchestra
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Lionel Friend
Seven Last Words on the Cross: Sonata VI
10.58 Handel Coronation
Anthem: The King Shall Rejoice (HWV 260)
Choir of Westminster Abbey English Concert, conductor Simon Preston
11.15 Tchaikovsky String Quartet No 2 in F Borodin Quartet
The Songs of Shostakovich Gerard McBurney introduces four programmes recorded by star singers from the Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg.
3: Shostakovich and the Soviet World
Marina Shaguch (soprano) Mariana Tarassova (mezzo) Konstantin Pluznikov (tenor) Gyorgy Selezniev (bass) Larissa Gergieva (piano) Repeated from yesterday
with Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Opera Matinee The Bartered Bride
Smetana's ever popular opera of village life and love, to a text by Karel Sabina , in a performance from the Grand Théâtre,
Geneva. Sung in Czech.
Chorus of the Grand
3.35 Takacs Quartet
Haydn String Quartet in G minor, Op 74 No 3 (Rider) Bartok String Quartet No 6 Rpt
4.35 The British Touch
In the second of five programmes of early British harpsichord music, Katrina Brown introduces and plays John Bull Prelude and In
Nomine No 11
Peter Philips Le Rossignuol Thomas Tomkins
Pavan and Galliard of Three Parts
Thomas Morley Nancie Giles Farnaby Fantasia No 9
Presented by Charles Hazlewood. Singers talk about stretching their vocal chords in contemporary music.
from Glasgow with Linda Ormiston , including
Bizet Carmen (excerpts)
6.03 Chopin Tarantella in A flat, Op 43
6.30 Stamitz Symphony in D (The Rider)
Producer Simon Lord
Consort of Musicke: Emma
Kirkby and Evelyn Tubb
Penny Vickers (alto) Joseph Cornwell and Andrew King (tenors) Simon Grant (bass) director Anthony Rooley (lute) English songs following the course of the night. To the God of Night: Brewer Drowsy Sun
To Somnus, the God of Sleep, music by: Ward, Dowland, Campion, William Lawes , Porter,
Johnson and Wilbye.
Anthony Rooley talks to Michelene Wandor about his approach to musical performance, particularly in the English song.
8.30 Music for the Dreame by: Henry Lawes , Dowland, Campion, Jones, Wilson, Marsh and Purcell.
Music for the Breake of Day by: Gibbons. Corkine. Henry Lawes. Leveridge. Pack. Purcell and Dowland.
To Apollo the Sun God:
Jeffries Drowsy Phoebus
Nicolas Roeg describes a dream cinematic project. A Unique Broadcasting production
Sam West (narrator) Schoenberg Ode to Napoleon, Op 41
Quintet, Op 57
Nobel Prize-winning Nadine Gordimer and acclaimed novelist and poet Margaret Atwood in conversation with Christopher Cook before an audience at the Hay-on-Wye literature festival.
Producer Sarah Barnett
BBC Philharmonic conductor Gunther Herbig Hindemith Symphonic
Metamorphosis on Themes of Carl Maria von Weber
Symphony No 8 in G
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon