With Andrew McGregor , including
Vivaldi flute Concerto in G, Op 10 No 4
6.14 Raff Symphony No 3 in F(lm Walde)
7.05 Marini Sonata in ecco for three violins, Op 8
7.37 Chaminade Piano Trio in G minor, Op 11
8.05 Beethoven Seven Variations in C on "God Save the King"
8.31 Martucci La Canzone dei Ricordi
Editor Andrew Lyle
With Andrew McGregor , including
This week presented by Catriona Young. Saint-Sains Danse macabre
Philharmonia, conductor Charles Dutoit
9.07 Beethoven Piano Sonata in B flat, Op 22
Sviatoslav Richter (piano)
9.33 Tippett Concerto for Double String Orchestra
Academy of St Martin, conductor Neville Marriner
Producer Paul Frankl Discs
With Piers Burton-Page .
Spofforth Hail! smiling morn Hilliard Ensemble
10.04 Heinichen Concerto in G minor
Musica Antiqua Kbln/Reinhard Goebel
10.13 Trad Halaka Dance
Giora Feidman and musicians
10.19 Artists of the Week:
Haydn String Quartet in E flat, Op 71 No 3
10.42 Messiaen Concerto a quatre
Catherine Cantin (flute), Heinz Holliger (oboe), Yvonne Loriod (piano),
Mstislav Rostropovich (cello), Bastille Opera Orchestra/Myung-Whun Chung
11.10 Malczewski Canzon prima Ensemble Tutti e Solo
11.24 Verdi Pace, pace mio Dio (La Forza del destino)
Galina Gorchakova (soprano), Kirov Opera Orchestra/Valery Gergiev
11.31 Mozart Serenade in C minor,
11.56 Pearsall There is a paradise on earth
Producer Piers Burton-Page
David Byers introduces music by the Swedish composer who had to earn his living running an orthopaedic institute and a glassworks. Guest Roy Goodman confirms that Berwald's first symphony is 'bursting with fresh and innovative ideas."
String Quartet in G minor (1st mvt) Chilingirian Quartet Play of the Elves
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Ulf Bjorlin
Symphony No 1 in G minor (Sinfonie serieuse)
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Roy Goodman Producer David Byers
Repeated next Monday 11.30pm
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 BBC Lunchtime Concert
From St John's, Smith Square, London, a concert of vespers from i6th- and 17th-century Spain and Portugal.
BBC Singers, James O'Donnell (organ), director Stephen Cleobury Victoria Magnificat primi toni
Cabanilles Tiento lleno de primo tono Rebelo Beatus vir; Laudate Dominum
Correa de Arauxo Tiento de medio registro de dos tiples de secundo tono; Tiento de medio registro de baxon de primo tono
Victoria Magnificat sexti toni Repeated next Sunday 6.30pm
2.00 The BBC Orchestras
Conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Faure Suite: Pelleas et Melisande
Bridge Suite: The Sea
Sibelius Symphony No 1
3.25 Ensemble Gilles Binchois
Introduced by David Trendell. Courtly Love
15th-century chansons from the courts of Burgundy, Savoy and northern Italy. See also tomorrow 9.45pm
4.30 Lester Leaps In
Russell Davies examines the recording career of Lester Young, the great tenor saxophonist whose nimble, poetic style pointed the way for the bebop revolution.
3: All of Me
Tommy Pearson begins a week of programmes on scales by investigating church modes. Producer Chris Wines
With Andrew Green , including
Beethoven Romance in F, Op 50 Arthur Grumiaux (violin),
Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Bernard Haitink
5.45 Scriabin Piano Sonata No 2 in G sharp minor (Sonata-fantasia) Marc-Andre Hamelin (piano)
6.03 Tchaikovsky Fantasy overture: Romeo and Juliet
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Yuri Temirkanov
Producer Andrew Mussett
From the London Coliseum, this broadcast of Henze's opera marks the composer's 70th birthday. The work has returned to Britain for the first time since
Hamburg Opera brought its premiere production to London in 1962. The libretto - by the poet Ingeborg Bachmann - is based on Heinrich von
Kleist's classic anti-war play of 1811, and centres around a prince who confuses his romantic, idealistic dream world with harsh reality. The opera - sung in English to a new translation by Frederick Bridgham - is introduced by Chris de Souza.
English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Elgar Howarth Act
8.15 Everything but the Kitchen Sink Ivan Hewett talks to critic Tom Sutcliffe. playwright and librettist
Meredith Oakes and director David Pountney about the problems of portraying contemporary life on the operatic stage.
8.35 Acts 2 and 3
Five readings of contemporary fiction from around the world.
By Naguib Mahfouz , translated from the Arabic by William Maynard
Hutchins and Olive E Kenny. Egypt, 1916: when her tyrannical husband goes away, Mrs Amina is persuaded to leave her house for the first time in 25 years and venture onto the streets of Cairo. Reader John Nettles.
Producer David Nicholls
A selection from the Eight Pieces, Op 83 for clarinet, viola and piano with Walter Boeykens (clarinet),
Therese-Marie Gilissen (viola), Robert Groslot (piano). Discs
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a mix of new music, including a studio session by string sextet
Instrumental, who play arrangements of ambient techno music by Brian Eno , the Shamen and the Orb. Producer Philip Tagney
With Chris de Souza.
A Carriage and Pair (film music: So
Long at the Fair): Symphony No 1; The Aftermath; Film music: A Kid for Two
Repeated from last Monday
Next Saturday marks the 25th anniversary of Louis Armstrong's death. This week, Jazz Notes repeats and enlarges upon Armstrong Legacy, Campbell Burnap's four-part series about the musical genius and the cultural climate in which he blossomed.
1: New Orleans - "a lust for life"Producer Terry Carter
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Prague RSO/Vladimir Valek Mozart Concerto in E flat for two pianos, K365 Poulenc Concerto for two pianos Jan Simon and James Tocco (pianos) Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 in E minor
2.30 Sacred music from Naples from 1650 to 80. Pieta de' Turchini Capella/Antonio Florio
3.30 Sydney SO/John Nelson
Broadstock In a Brilliant Blaze Haydn Symphony No 39 in G minor
Stravinsky Suite: The Firebird (1919 version) Walton Belshazzar's Feast Robert Dawe (baritone), Sydney Philharmonic Choir