With Penny Gore.
Gershwin Suite: Porgy and Bess
6.27 Faure Piano Quintet No 2 in C minor, Op 115
7.05 Gade Overture:
7.47 Brttten Choral Dances
8.05 Mozart Andante and Variations in G, K501
8.32 Handel Val col canto
(Clori, Tirsi e Fileno) Discs
With Penny Gore.
Concluding the cycle of Tchaikovsky suites.
Berlioz Overture: Les Francs-juges - London Classical Players, conductor Roger Norrington
9.12 Schoenberg, after Monn Cello Concerto - Yo-Yo Ma (cello), Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor Seiji Ozawa
9.29 Mozart Ave verum corpus, K618 - Les Arts Florissants, conductor William Christie
9.33 Tchaikovsky Suite No 4 in G (Mozartiana) - Philharmonia, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas
Introduced by Andrew Lyle. Including some more songs by Charles Ives.
10.05 Haydn Symphony No 26 in D minor
Salzburg Camerata Academica, conductor Franz Welser-Most
10.20 Tcherepnin Three Pieces
Michael Thompson Horn Quartet
10.35 Mozart Serenade in E flat,
K375 Nachtmusique , conductor Erich Hoeprich
11.00 Artist of the Week:
Dawn Upshaw (soprano) Gorecki Symphony No 3 (Symphony of Sorrowful Songs)
London Sinfonietta, conductor David Zinman
Presented by Paul Guinery. 5: Franz von Schober and "Alfonso und Estrella"
Epistel: An Herm Josef Spaun, D749
Philip Langridge (tenor) Graham Johnson (piano)
Alfonso und Estrella
(Overture; Act 2, excerpt; Act 3, Trio and Finale)
Berlin Radio Chorus
Berlin Staatskapelle, conductor Otmar Suitner
Repeated next Friday 12 midnight
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Bristol Lunchtime
Continuing the series of concerts recorded at
St George's, Brandon Hill , featuring the chamber music of Stravinsky, who died 25 years ago. With
Chris de Souza. Brindisi Quartet
Stravinsky Concertino Shostakovich String Quartet No 7
Beethoven String Quartet in E minor, Op 59 No 2 (Razumovsky)
A Classic Arts production
2.00 The BBC Orchestras
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Martyn Brabbins Stephen Coombs (piano) Including two symphonic poems by the Scottish composer who pioneered the form in Britain, one commemorating the 13th-century Scottish nationalist who shares his name.
William Wallace The
Passing of Beatrice
Glazunov Piano Concerto
No 2 in B
William Wallace Wallace
3.00 Mining the Archive Jacqueline du Pre
Susan Sharpe explores the s made by the great British cellist.
There are excerpts from her first broadcast in this country - a recital given with Ernest Lush when she was just 16 years old; and a performance of the work with which she was most closely associated, the Elgar Cello Concerto. Producer Susan Kenyon
A lexicon of musical terms and expressions.
With Jeremy Nicholas.
Overture: Russian Easter
6.03 Haydn Piano Trio in A, HXV9
6.30 Moszkowski, orch Scharwenka Spanish Dances
Producer Patrick Lambert
Conductor Martyn Brabbins Peter Donohoe (piano) Britten Johnson over
Prokofiev Piano Concerto
Dvorak Symphony No 8 in G
The last of the series exploring modem and unlikely cultural icons. 20: Taxonomy
Why have we chosen what we have chosen?
Series producer Tim Dee
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Rebecca Stewart directs the ensemble in the first of two programmes of music by Josquin for the three holy days of Easter. The intimacy of the Last Supper on Maundy Thursday is followed by the dreadful events of Good Friday. The motets of Josquin are set alongside plainchant, and together they express the wrath, the love and the sorrow of God.
Next programme Easter Day 5.00pm
Andrew Sparling introduces recordings by the Nash Ensemble conducted by Lionel Friend , with Patricia Rozario (soprano).
Elena Firsova Before the Thunderstorm
John Tavener Akhmatova
Gyorgy Kurtag Schumann Hommage
Plus a portrait of Charles Wuorinen , one of the senior composers on the American scene, including performances of the Trombone Trio and Grand Bamboula.
Producer Alan Hall
Rubbra's magnificent. choral ninth symphony tells the story of Christ's resurrection. Introduced by Roderic Dunnett.
Danielle Perrett (harp)
Symphony No 9 (Sinfonia sacra)
Lynne Dawson (soprano) Delia Jones (alto)
Stephen Roberts (baritone) BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Richard Hickox Repeated from last Friday