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With Penny Gore.
Ravel Rapsodie Espagnole
Montreal Symphony Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
7.05 Donizetti String Quartet No 15 in F Revolutionary Drawing Room
7.32 Brahms Four Songs, Op 17 Arnold Schoenberg Choir, Gabriela Mossyrsch (harp), Jacob Keiding and Johann Widihofer (horns), director Erwin Ortner
8.05 MacCunn The Land of the Mountain and the Flood
Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Alexander Gibson
8.18 Dario Castello Sonata Duodecima
His Majesties Sagbutts and Cornetts
8.33 Britten Suite: Gloriana
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, conductor Takuo Yuasa

Contributors

Conductor:
Charles Dutoit
Harp:
Jacob Keiding
Harp:
Johann Widihofer
Director:
Erwin Ortner
Conductor:
Alexander Gibson
Conductor:
Dario Castello
Conductor:
Takuo Yuasa

With Catriona Young.
Verdi Overture: Alzira La Scala
Philharmonic, conductor Riccardo Muti
9.06 Mozart Piano Sonata in F, K280
Mitsuko Uchida
9.21 Glazunov Symphony No 6 in C minor Bamberg Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi rases

Contributors

Unknown:
Catriona Young.
Conductor:
Riccardo Muti
Unknown:
Mitsuko Uchida

With Mark Rowlinson.
Artist of the Week:
Libor Pesek (conductor)
Smetana Vysehrad (Ma Vlast) Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
10.15 Bridge The Pageant of London (original version)
RNCM Wind Orchestra, conductor Clark Rundell
10.30 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 6 in B flat, BWV1051
New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
10.50 Shchedrin Old Circus Music
(Concerto for Orchestra No 3) BBC Philharmonic, conductor Vasili Sinaisky
11.15 Bach Italian Concerto in F,
BWV971
Bob van Asperen (harpsichord)
11.30 Barbirolli Elizabethan Suite
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
11.45 Hoist Suite No 2 (original version) RNCM Wind Orchestra, conductor Timothy Reynish

Contributors

Artist:
Mark Rowlinson.
Conductor:
Libor Pesek
Conductor:
Clark Rundell
Conductor:
Bach Brandenburg
Director:
Philip Pickett
Conductor:
Vasili Sinaisky
Harpsichord:
Bob van Asperen
Conductor:
Jerzy Maksymiuk
Conductor:
Timothy Reynish

"He is a young Eagle." (Sibelius) Film music: The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (Overture) Warner Bros studio orchestra, conducted by the Composer Military March
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Matthias Bamert
Einfache Lieder
Barbara Hendricks (soprano), Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Franz Welser-Most
Film music: Much Ado about Nothing (Garden Scene: Hornpipe) Gil Shaham (violin), Andre Previn (piano)
Der Ring der Polykrates (scene 7)
German Symphony Orchestra, Berlin, conductor Klauspeter Seibel
Prelude and Carnival (Violanta) Royal Philharmonic, conductor Jascha Horenstein Repeated next Tuesday 11.30pm

Contributors

Conductor:
Matthias Bamert
Conductor:
Einfache Lieder
Soprano:
Barbara Hendricks
Conductor:
Franz Welser-Most
Violin:
Gil Shaham
Piano:
Andre Previn
Conductor:
Klauspeter Seibel
Conductor:
Jascha Horenstein
Laura:
Berate Bilandzija (soprano)
Wilhelm Arndt:
Erich Wottrich (tenor)
Peter Vogel:
Dietrich Henschel (baritone)

lain Burnside introduces a selection of Erich Wolfgang Korngold 's songs performed by Karl Daymond
(baritone) and Ingrid Jacob (piano). Repeated from yesterday 10pm
Korngold is the Composer of the Week, Monday-Friday 12 noon

Contributors

Unknown:
Erich Wolfgang Korngold
Baritone:
Karl Daymond
Baritone:
Ingrid Jacob

Music from Dance. The fourth of five monthly programmes on dance and music. The development of instrumental music since the Baroque period has been strongly influenced by dance forms, though little of it can serve as functional dance music. Jeremy Barlow and George Pratt discuss and illustrate this theme with music by Robert Johnson , Matthew Locke , Beethoven and Elgar. Repeated from Sunday 3pm

Contributors

Music:
Jeremy Barlow
Music:
George Pratt
Music By:
Robert Johnson
Music By:
Matthew Locke

Young Composers' Workshop
Verity Sharp follows composer Tim Benjamin from the Royal Northern
College of Music as he gets to grips with writing a new work for five members of the BBC Philharmonic.
He is guided by composer
Bill Connor. His piece can be heard during In Tune, which follows.

Contributors

Unknown:
Tim Benjamin
Unknown:
Bill Connor.

Bath International Music Festival
From Green Park Station, Bath. Chris de Souza's guests include Henry's Eight, who will be performing music by Whyte, Gombert, Gibbons and Morley, and the Nemo Brass Quintet. There is an interview with the festival's artistic director Tim Joss , and a chance to hear a complete performance of Tim Benjamin 's piece written for the Young Composers' Workshop. Producer Gwawr Owen

Contributors

Director:
Tim Joss
Unknown:
Tim Benjamin
Producer:
Gwawr Owen

r From the Bridgewater Hall,
I Manchester as part of Radio 3's Sounding the Century. The
American baritone Thomas Hampson takes the title role in a concert performance of the original four-act version of Britten's powerful realisation of Herman Melville 's story, set in 1797 on board the man-o'-war
HMS Indomitable. Midshipman
Billy Budd , armed only with the strength of innocence, battles for his life against the evil master-at-arms John Claggart. Introduced by Michael Oliver.
Manchester Boys' Choir,
Members of the Halle Choir ,
Northern Voices, Halle Orchestra , conductor Kent Nagano Acts 1 and 2 SOUNDING THE CENTURY
8.50 Bruce Chatwin
Susannah Clapp introduces readings from Chatwin's books.
2: The Viceroy of Ouidah. Read by Anthony Hyde.
9.10 Acts 3 and 4

Contributors

Baritone:
Thomas Hampson
Unknown:
Herman Melville
Unknown:
Billy Budd
Unknown:
John Claggart.
Introduced By:
Michael Oliver.
Unknown:
Halle Choir
Conductor:
Halle Orchestra
Unknown:
Bruce Chatwin
Introduces:
Susannah Clapp
Read By:
Anthony Hyde.
Billy Budd:
Thomas Hampson (baritone)
Captain Vere:
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor)
Claggart:
Eric Halfvarson (bass)
Mr Redburn:
Russell Smyth (baritone)
Mr Flint:
Gidon Saks (bass-Baritone)
Mr Ratcliffe:
Simon Wilding (bass)
Red Whiskers:
Martyn Hill (tenor)
Dansker:
Richard Van Allen (bass)
Squeak:
Christopher Gillett (tenor)
Novice:
Andrew Burden (tenor)
Donald:
Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Bosun:
Matthew Hargreaves (baritone)
First Mate:
Ashley Holland (baritone)
Second Mate:
Simon Thorpe (baritone)
Arthur Jones:
Simon Thorpe (baritone)
Maintop:
Robert Johnston (tenor)
Novice's Friend:
William Dazeley (baritone)

"Whether you be a dilettante or professor, in these compositions do not expect any profound learning, but rather an ingenious Jesting with Art." Domenico Scarlatti writing about his keyboard sonatas, a selection of which are played by Murray Perahia. Discs

Contributors

Unknown:
Domenico Scarlatti
Played By:
Murray Perahia.

Richard Coles discusses two contrasting studies of music and cultural change from internationally acclaimed writers Richard Taruskin and Greil Marcus. In his new collection of essays, Defining Russia Musically, Richard Taruskin argues it is through music that Russia's national character can be best understood, while Greil Marcus talks about Invisible Republic, his study of the legendary "basement tapes" of the musician Bob Dylan. Producer Abigail Appleton

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Coles
Unknown:
Richard Taruskin
Unknown:
Greil Marcus.
Musically:
Richard Taruskin
Talks:
Greil Marcus
Musician:
Bob Dylan.
Producer:
Abigail Appleton

With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Haydn String Quartets String
Quartet in G, Op 33 No 5 (How D'You Do?): String Quartet in D minor, Op 42 Allegri Quartet
1.35 CBC Vancouver Orchestra, conductor Mario Bernardi , Marc-
Andre Hamelin (piano) Mozart Piano Concerto No 24 in C, K491
Maxwell Davies A Spell for Green Com Haydn Symphony No 73 in D (Hunt)
3.00 Polish National PO, conductor
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski ,
Gary Graffman (piano) Berlioz Overture: Le Corsaire Ravel Piano Concerto in D for Left Hand Bruckner Symphony No 2 in C minor
5.00 Sequence

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald MacLeod.
Conductor:
Mario Bernardi
Piano:
Andre Hamelin
Unknown:
Maxwell Davies
Conductor:
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski
Piano:
Gary Graffman

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