With Penny Gore.
Dvorak Scherzo Capriccioso Rotterdam Philharmonic, conductor Mark Elder
7.05 Mozart Flute Quartet in A, K298 Barthold Kuijken (flute), Collegium Aureum
7.18 Britten Folk Song
Arrangements: Sally in Our Alley; Early One Morning; Ca' the Yowes Jamie McDougall (tenor),
Lorna Anderson (soprano), Malcolm Martineau (piano)
7.32 Uadov Eight Russian Folk Songs Bergen Philharmonic , conductor Dmitri Kitaenko
8.05 Saint-Saens Caprice-Valse in A flat (Wedding Cake)
David Owen-Norris (piano), I Musici de Montreal, conductor Yuli Turovsky
8.30 Pugnani Overture No 5 in E flat Accademia Montis Regalis , conductor Luigi Mangiacavallo Editor Andrew Lyle
With Penny Gore.
Bishop Jack Spong introduces more Christmas carols performed by British amateur choirs.
Highcliffe Junior Choir,
Mark Hammond (organ), conductor Mary Denniss
Czech trad Jesu, Jesu, Baby Dear French trad Oxen and Asses Stand
James R Murray Away in a Manger Next programme tomorrow 8.50am
Peter Hobday continues his survey of Haydn's London symphonies and, on Wednesday, begins a cycle of the Schumann piano sonatas.
Dowland Tarleton Resurrection
Paul O'Dette (lute)
9.04 Purcell Now Does the Glorious
Day Appear (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary)
Gillian Fisher (soprano),
James Bowman (alto), Charles Daniels and John Mark Ainsley (tenors), Michael George and Charles Pott (basses), The King's Consort, director Robert King
9.28 Haydn Symphony No 103 in E flat (Drumroll)
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductor Claudio Abbado Producer Tony Cheevers Discs
Chris de Souza 's selection this week includes sonatas by Scarlatti and seasonal cantatas by Telemann.
Telemann Cantata: Ich Werde Fast
Catherine Bott (soprano), Catherine Latham and Mark Radcliffe (oboes), New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
10.10 Artist of the Week:
David Zinman (conductor)
CPE Bach Concerto in A minor, Wql66 Aurele Nicolet (flute),
Netherlands Chamber Orchestra
10.30 Scarlatti Sonatas: in D minor, Kkl38; in G, Kkl80
Alan Cuckston (harpsichord)
10.40 Beethoven Violin Sonata in C minor, Op 30 No 2
Leif Ove Andsnes (piano)
11.05 Lottl Crucifixus a 6 BBC Singers, director Ronald Corp
11.10 Rachmanlnov Symphonic Dances
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Zinman
11.50 Telemann Cantata: Jesus
Kommt, Ihr Teufel Flieht
Roderick Williams (bass),
Pavio Beznosiuk (violin), Jeremy Williams (viola), New London Consort, director Philip Pickett Producer Ray Abbott
Music for the Stage - 1650s-1680s For his last 14 years, Lully was primarily a composer of operas for
Paris and Versailles; but before that, he had spent two decades writing numbers for other types of musical show. The programmes of stage music which Roger Savage introduces this week strike a balance between these two phases of his career.
1: Courtly Ballet and Comedy Ballet Exploring Lully's links with Louis XIV and the ballets staged at court, his links with the playwright MoliSre, and the ballet sequences he wrote for
Moliere's comedies. The programme includes excerpts from the Ballet de Flore, Les Noces de Village, psyché, Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme and George Dandin , and the performers include Les Musiciens du Louvre directed by Marc Minkowski , Capriccio Stravagante directed by Skip Sempe , and the London Oboe Band.
Producer Lindsay Kemp
Repeated next Monday 11.30pm
From St John's, Smith Square, London
. Kyoko Takezawa (violin), Philip Moll (piano)
Tartlnl Sonata in G minor (Devil's Trill) Strauss Violin Sonata, Op 18
Ravel Pièce en Forme de Habanera
Repeated next Sunday 6.30pm
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Conductor Tadaaki Otaka ,
Dong-Suk Kang (violin)
Dvorak Overture: Carnival
Sibelius Violin Concerto
Smetana From Bohemia's Woods and Fields; Vltava; Sarka (Ma Vlast)
Enesco Romanian Rhapsody No 1
Richard Stokes presents a selection of songs by this neglected German composer.
Ian Bostridge (tenor), Gerald Finley (baritone), Julius Drake (piano) Repeated from last Wednesday
The third of five programmes in which saxophonist John Surman looks into the history of his own instrument. Today, he concentrates on the fifties, when several players emerged who were to open up the sound of the instrument and the style of music played on it: American Pepper Adams, Swede Lars Gullin , and Briton Ronnie Ross.
Tommy Pearson begins a week exploring the work of composer Tod Machover , who is based at the media laboratory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston. Producer Christina Pritchard WEB SITE: http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/music_machlne/
With Andrew Green , including Faure Mandoline
5.55 Lumbye Copenhagen Steam Railway Galop
6.05 Handel Worthy Is the Lamb; Amen (Messiah)
6.40 Schubert Impromptu in F minor, D935 No 1
Producer Patrick Lambert
Conductor Andrew Davis ,
Ann Murray (mezzo)
Weber Overture: Oberon Berlioz Nuits d'Ete
Elgar Symphony No 1 in A flat
Angela Tilby , series producer of BBCl's four-part series Lives of Jesus, which began last night, introduces pages from her diary. 1: Who Owns Jesus?
God, Jew, rebel or ascetic? Everyone wants their share of Jesus.
Producer Norman Winter
# In Search of Jesus: page 35
Philip Martin (piano) Repeat
Introduced by Penny Gore
. Lynsey Marsh (clarinet),
Louise Hopkins (cello), Thomas Adds (piano) Sibelius Malinconia
Stravinsky Three Pieces for Solo Clarinet
Brahms Trio in A minor, Op 114 Producer Nigel Wilkinson
Repeated tomorrow 2.25pm
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present a unique mix of musical styles and influences. Producer Philip Tagney
With Peter Paul Nash.
Harris Epilogue to Profiles in Courage: JFK
Ives Symphony No 1
Repeated from last Monday
With Digby Fairweather. A solo set from pianist George Shearing to mark his recent OBE. Producer Terry Carter
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Bamberg SO and Chorus/ Claus-Peter Flor
Bruckner Symphony No 1 in C minor Szymanowski Stabat Mater
2.30 Roberto Fresco plays organ music by Arauxo, Cabanllles and Moffat
3.45 Jens Bjorn-Larsen (tuba),
Swedish RSO/Joseph Svensson Vaughan Williams Tuba Concerto Rachmanlnov Symphony No 3