With Penny Gore, including
Rimsky-Korsakov Trombone Concerto in B flat
Remko de Jager,
Rotterdam Conservatory Wind Band, conductor George Weigel
7.05 Schmelzer Sonata VI (Sonatae Unaram Fidium) Romanesca
7.15 Stravinsky Four Norwegian Moods
Bergen Philharmonic, conductor Dmitri Kitaenko
7.52 Britten Folk Song Arrangements: Master Kilby; Bonny at Morn; The Shooting of His Dear
Jamie McDougall (tenor),
Lorna Anderson (soprano), Craig Ogden (guitar)
8.05 Brahms Academic Festival
Cleveland Orchestra, conductor George Szell
8.30 Building a Library: Best of the Bunch
Graham Sadler 's chosen recording of Bach's French Suites
With Penny Gore, including
With Bishop Jack Spong.
Huntingdon Male Voice Choir, conductor Peter Davies
English trad Wassail, Wassail German trad 0, Christmas Tree English trad Boar's Head Carol Next programme tomorrow 8.45am
With Peter Hobday.
Schumann Piano Sonata No 3 in F minor, Op 14 (Concerto without Orchestra)
9.32 Britten Symphonic Suite: Gloriana
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Uri Segal Discs
Chris de Souza. Telemann Cantata: Unverzagt in Allen Leide
Paul Agnew (tenor), Pavlo Beznosiuk (violin), New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
10.05 Artist of the Week
David Zinman (conductor) Copland Clarinet Concerto Paul Meyer , ECO
10.25 Stenhammar Violin Sonata in A minor, Op 19
Mats Zetterqvist, Mats Widlung (piano)
10.50 Scarlatti Sonatas: in D minor, Kk52; in G, Kk290
Colin Tilney (harpsichord)
10.55 Lottl Crucifixus a 10 BBC Singers, conductor Ronald Corp
11.00 MacMillan Kiss on Wood Maria Bachmann (violin), Jon Klibonoff (piano)
11.10 Rachmanlnov Symphony No 3 in A minor
Baltimore SO, conductor David Zinman
11.50 Telemann Cantata: Ach, Ewigs Wort
Catherine Bott (soprano),
Pavlo Beznosiuk (violin), Jeremy Williams (viola), New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
Music for the Stage - 1650s-1680s Roger Savage presents adaptations, reflections and homages. Lully's renown among his contemporaries is illustrated by instrumental adaptations of La Grotte de
Versailles and Cadmus. His death is anticipated in the Fetes Infernale from Alceste, mourned in Marais's Tombeau pour M de Lully, and celebrated in Couperln's Apothéose de Lulli. His impact on French opera is reflected in an excerpt from
Marais's Alcyone, his cross-Channel impact in a scene from Purcell's King Arthur, and his allure for the 20th century in the glow of Strauss's Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme.
Conductors include Jean-Claude
Maigoire, Marc Minkowski , William Christie , Peter Holman and Erich Leinsdorf , and among the soloists are Sarah Cunningham (viola da gamba), Yasanori Imamura (theorbo), and harpsichordists Kenneth Gilbert , William Christie and Christophe Rousset.
Repeated next Friday 12 midnight
Continuing the series of concerts from St George's, Brandon Hill , Bristol, featuring the music of Joseph Haydn. London Winds
Haydn Octet in F
Jonathan Dove Figures in the Garden Mozart Serenade in C minor, K388
Martin Luther Anniversary
Chris de Souza introduces the third of four programmes recorded in October to mark the 450th anniversary of the death of the religious reformer. Paul McCreesh directs the Gabrieli Consort and Players - and members of the audience - in treatments of Luther's
Advent chorale Nun Komm, der Heiden Heiland.
Repeated from yesterday 10.00pm
Britten the Performer
The last of three programmes exploring the rich legacy of recordings Benjamin Britten made for the BBC examines his work as a pianist - as both a chamber musician and a song accompanist. Beethoven Piano Trio in D, Op 70 No 1 (Ghost)
Yehudi Menuhin (violin), Maurice Gendron (cello)
Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzes , Op 52 Heather Harper (soprano), Janet Baker (mezzo), Peter Pears (tenor), Thomas Hemsley (baritone), Claudio Arrau and Benjamin Britten (piano duet) Shostakovich Cello Sonata
Mstislav Rostropovich (cello) Schumann Liederkreis
Peter Pears (tenor) Producer Peter Thresh
Tommy Pearson completes his week exploring the work of composer Tod Machover by taking part in performances of his ground-breaking piece The Brain Opera in Copenhagen and, via the internet, New York.
With Natalie Wheen , including Scarlatti Sonatas: in E minor, Kk394; in E, Kk395
6.05 York Bowen Toccata , Op 155
6.40 Haydn String Quartet in G, Op 33 No 5 (How Do You Do?) Producer Edward Blakeman
The first in a season of concerts in which the Philharmonia play the major works of one of Hungary's foremost living composers, Gyorgy Ligeti. Given last night in the Royal Festival Hall, London.
Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen, David Geringas (cello), Joan Rodgers (soprano)
Ligeti San Francisco Polyphony; Cello Concerto
Mahler Symphony No 4
(Next concert 9 December)
Angela Tilby , series producer of BBCl's Lives of Jesus, introduces pages from her diary.
5: Lost but Not Forgotten
Gems and regrets from the cutting-room floor.
Christopher Kite (harpsichord), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Elgar Overture in D Minor after Handel Handel Suite in G minor for keyboard
Stephen Pratt introduces an edition from the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival.
The main work is Stockhausen's monumental Mantra from 1971, which marked a return to fully notated music, performed by Ellen Corver and Sepp Grotenhuise (pianos) and Jan Panis (sound diffusion). The festival also includes a retrospective of the work of Morton Feldman (1926-87). Omar Ibrahim (bass) and Ensemble Recherché perform pieces from his early and middle years, including the British premiere of The O'Hara Songs and Why Patterns?, a work inspired by Feldman's interest in Asian rugs. Producer Paul Hindmarsh
Sessions Symphony No 6
Christopher Rouse Symphony No 1 Repeated from last Friday
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Bach Mass in B minor,
BWV232 Vasilka Jezovsek and Sarah Connolly (sopranos), Andreas Scholl
(alto), Mark Padmore (tenor), Peter Kooy (baritone), Ghent Collegium Vocale Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Philip Herreweghe
2.50 Bruckner Symphony No 4 in E flat New York PO/Kurt Masur
3.55 Music Alta Ripa, Hanover, perform music by Mirthel and Goldberg
4.40 Raphael Oleg (violin), French NO/Libor Pesek Janacek Overture: From the House of the Dead Suk
Fantasy for violin and orchestra
Dvorak Symphony No 7 in D minor