With Penny Gore.
Schubert Violin Sonata in A, 0574 Thomas Zehetmair ,
Silke Avenhaus (piano)
7.05 Donizetti String Quartet No 11 in The Revolutionary Drawing Room
7.35 Gemlnlanl Auld Bob Morrice ; Lady Ann Bothwell 's Lament; Sleepy Body
8.05 Britten Folk Song Arrangements: Sail On, Sail On; How Sweet the Answer; At the Mid Hour of Night Regina Nathan (soprano), Malcolm Martineau (piano)
8.15 Boyce Trio Sonata No 6 in B flat Parley of Instruments, director Peter Holman
8.30 Sibelius Seines Historiques: Suite No 1
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste
With Penny Gore.
With Bishop Jack Spong.
Chapel Choir of Harrogate Ladies' College, Christine Alp (organ), conductor David Andrews attrlb Charles Burney Hark the Herald Angels
Maxwell Davies The Fader of Heaven
Provençal trad, arr Andrews Guillo , Come and Robin Too
Next programme tomorrow 8.50am
With Peter Hobday.
Handel My Heart Is Inditing
Choir of New College, Oxford, The King's Consort, conductor Robert King
9.13 Mozart Andante in C, K315
Barthold Kuijken (flute), La Petite Bande
9.20 Schumann DerArme Peter ,
Op 53 No 1
Peter Schreier (tenor),
Christoph Eschenbach (piano)
9.25 Schumann Piano Sonata No 1 in F sharp, Op 11
Maurizio Pollini Discs
Chris de Souza. Telemann Cantata: Lauter Wonne ,
Catherine Bott (soprano), New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
10.10 Uszt Ballade No 2 in B minor
Lars Vogt (piano)
10.25 Artist of the Week:
David Zinman (conductor)
Berlioz Love Scene (Romeo and Juliet) Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
10.40 Franck Violin Sonata in A
Julian Rachlin ,
Oleg Maisenberg (piano)
11.15 Scarlatti Sonatas in B minor, Kk408 and 409 Alan Cuckston (harpsichord)
11.20 Lottl Crucifixus a 8 BBC Singers, director Ronald Corp
11.25 Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini Horacio Gutierrez (piano),
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Zinman
11.50 Telemann Cantata: Herr! Schau!
Catherine Bott (soprano),
Pavlo Beznosiuk (violin), Jeremy Williams
(viola), New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
Music for the Stage - 1650s-1680s With Roger Savage.
3: Laments and Celebrations
The outpourings of grief in Lully's ballets and operas are memorable, but so are the happy epiphanies, festivities and rejoicing. Today's programme includes the laments from Les Muses, George Dandin , Phaeton and Armide (sung by Guillemette Laurens , Agnes Mellon and Jennifer Smith ), which alternate with celebrations from Les Amants
Magnifiques (directed by Marc Minkowski ), Alceste (
Jean-Claude Maigoire ), Phaeton (Marc Minkowski ) and Atys (William Christie ).
Repeated next Wednesday 11.30pm
Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 50 No 6 (Frog)
John Woolrlch String Quartet (first broadcast)
Wolf Italian Serenade
Given last Friday in Studio One. Pebble Mill FREE TICKETS: phone (0121) [number removed]
With Susan Sharpe , including
Part Cantus in Memoriam Benjamin Britten
Stuttgart State Orchestra, conductor Dennis Russell Davies
Mozart String Quartet in B flat, K172 Amadeus Quartet
Vllla-Lobos Little Train of the Caipira (Bachiana Brasileira No 2)
French National Radio Orchestra, conducted by the composer Producer Peter Thresh Discs
From the Chapel of Magdalen College, Oxford.
Introit: Ave Maria (Parsons) Responses (Radcliffe)
Psalms 22 and 23 (Camidge, Ives) First Lesson: Isaiah 43 wl-13
Office Hymn: Creator Alme Siderum (mode 4)
Canticles: Watson in E
Second Lesson: 1 Thessalonians 2, wl-12
Anthem: All Wisdom Cometh from the Lord (Moore)
Hymn: Come Thou Long-Expected Jesus
Organ Voluntary: Sonata No 2 in D (Guilmant) (Finale)
Informator choristarum Grayston Ives. Organ scholar Matthew Martin. Repeated tomorrow 1.00am
Tommy Pearson finds out more about hyperinstruments and discovers that Tod Machover and his team have created instruments that you can play even if you have no training at all. They look at instruments with names like the "gesture wall".
Anthony Burton 's guest after 7.00 is Hungarian-born composer Gyorgy Ligeti. Also including
Bartok Hungarian Sketches
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conductor Fritz Reiner
5.50 Liszt Csardas Macabre
Leslie Howard (piano)
6.05 Britten Nocturne
Soloists, English Chamber Orchestra, conducted by the composer Producer Nick Morgan
See also Friday 7.30pm
Fourteen programmes exploring the symphonic legacy of Anton Bruckner. 10: In Memory of Wagner Bruckner 's Symphony No 7 in E is one of his most lyrical and expansive, yet its slow movement contains an eloquent elegy to "the master of all masters", Richard Wagner. Stephen Johnson introduces a performance o1 the work by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor
Tadaaki Otaka , with comment from
Bruckner scholars, and reminiscences from contemporaries.
With Angela Tilby , series producer of BBC1's Lives of Jesus.
3: Jesus or Christ?
The human stories behind the camera mirror the subject.
A performance of music by Purcell, Clarke and Croft on a 1711 spinet. Repeat
Spotlight on Ann Murray
The Irish mezzo talks to lain Burnside about her life and career and makes her own selection from among her many distinguished recordings. Producer Adam Gatehouse
Repeated next Monday 3.45pm
Sarah Dunant explores questions about the nature of art and sanity raised by the extraordinary Prinzhorn collection. in the early twenties,
German art historian and psychiatrist Hans Prinzhorn collected more than
6,000 art objects made by patients of psychiatric institutions around
Europe - a selection of which go on display in Britain this week. Producer Nicki Paxman
Wuorinen Reliquary for Igor Stravinsky Harris Symphony No 5
Repeated from last Wednesday
With Digby Fairweather.
Steve Waterman (trumpet/flugel) leads his quartet in a studio set. The band's other members are Liam Noble
(piano), Jeff Clyne (double bass) and Cheston Maillot (drums).
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Maria-Joao Pires (piano), Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly Mozart Piano Concerto No 9 in E flat, K271
Bruckner Symphony No 5 in B flat
2.50 Organist Miguel Barnal plays music by Arauxo, Cabanllles and Soler
3.50 Mahler Symphony No 9 Oslo Philharmonic/Gary Bertini