With Fiona Talkington.
Haydn Baryton Trio in D, HXI 113
6.40 Satie Gymnopedies
7.00 Bach Fugue in G minor
7.30 Rodrigo ConciertoAndaluz
8.00 Grieg Two Melodies, Op 53
8.10 Grainger Suite: In a Nutshell
With Fiona Talkington.
Kraus Overture: Soliman II
Stockholm Royal Opera Orchestra, conductor Philip Brunelle
9.15 Debussy Tarantelle Styrienne (Danse) Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano)
9.20 Strauss Divertimento (after Couperin, Mvts 1-3) Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
9.35 Handel Concerto Grosso in B flat, Op 6 No 7 Les Arts Florissants, conductor William Christie
10.05 Anon Suite of 16th-Century Dances The York Waites
10.15 Chopin Nocturne in G minor, Op 37 No KathrynStott (piano)
10.20 Elgar Polonia Munich Symphony Orchestra, conductor Douglas Bostock
10.35 Bach Cantata No 93: WerNurden
Lieben Gott Lässt Walten Soloists, GachingerKantorei, Stuttgart Bach
Collegium, conductor Helmuth Rilling
10.55 Debussy, orch Busser Petite Suite Philharmonia, conductor Geoffrey Simon
11.20 Godowsky Concert Paraphrase on "Die Fledermaus Piers Lane (piano)
11.30 Ignaz Franzl Sinfonia No 5 in C minor Concerto Koln
11.50 Gershwin An American in Paris
NYPO, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas Producer Fiona Shelmerdine
Graeme Kay discovers how Leipzig is celebrating the 250th anniversary of the death of its most famous municipal employee, JS Bach, and discusses with composer Robin Holloway how he feels about his new symphony sharing a concert with a Wagner opera. Can the musical context affect the impact of a new piece? Producer Mark Lowther
Andrew McGregor presents the fifth of a nine-part series from the City of London
Festival featuring the complete Beethoven violin sonatas, given earlierthis month at Gibson Hall , Bishopsgate, London. Dmitri Sitkovetsky (violin), Michel Dalberto (piano) Beethoven Violin Sonata in A, Op 30 No 1 Grieg Violin Sonata No 1 in F, Op 8 See also Tuesday 7pm
A recital given in October 1998 by Joan Rodgers (soprano) and Julius Drake (piano). Faure Le Jardin Clos, Op 106 Poulenc Fiangailles pour
Rire Rosenthal 4 + 3 = 7; L'Eléphant du Jardin des Plantes; La Souris d'Angleterre; Fido, Fido (Chansons de Monsieur Bleu) (R)
The BBC Symphony Orchestra under
Arturo Toscanini. Drawing exclusively on s, Anthony Burton focuses on the BBC Symphony Orchestra under the legendary
Toscanini. Cherubini Overture: Anacreon (1935)
Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A (2nd and 3rd mvts) 1935)
Mozart Symphony No 35 in D(Haffner)(1935) Beethoven Sanctus; Benedictus (Missa Solemnis) (1939) Producer Chris Wines
Regional Variations (2)
Stephen Johnson explores Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition (arranged by Maurice Ravel), with musical examples from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales under Philip Ellis.
Today Christopher Cook talks to
Andras Schiff , one of the most outstanding Bach pianists Of OUrtime. Producer Kate Bolton See BBC Proms 2000 Tuesday 7pm
An examination of the contributions made by Berlioz to the art of orchestration. With contributions from conductors Colin Davis and Roger Norrington , musicologists Yves Gerard and Hugh MacDonald , music librarian of the Bibliothèque Nationale Catherine Massip and Berlioz's award-winning biographer David Cairns. Plus readings from Berlioz's writings by Michael McClain. Producer Andrew Lyle
Rose Consort of Viols
Holbourne Pavan: Bona Speranza; Almain: Fruit of Love; Galliard: Heigh Ho Holiday Ferrabosco Ut Re Mi; Solo e Pensoso Coprarlo Fantasia a 4; Fantasia a 5 Ferrabosco In Nomine I; In Nomine II Alberti Pavan ; Galliard
Byrd In Nomine IV; Browning
Ferrabosco Dovehouse Pavan; Almain No 1 (R)
From the Royal Albert Hall, London.
An epic work in Colin Davis's current Berlioz cycle comes to the Proms in an ambitious cross-Channel collaboration between young musicians from London and Paris.
Stuart Neill (tenor), Chorus and Orchestra of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Chorus and Orchestra of the Paris Conservatoire, Philharmonia Chorus, conductor Colin Davis
Berlioz Requiem (Grande Messe des Morts)
(See also Tuesday 7pm)
(Also broadcast on BBC2)
Brian Kay's Prom of the Week: page 43
By Noel Coward, adapted for radio by Maria Aitken.
Larita is a woman with a past who has recently married John Whittaker, the eldest son of a highly respectable upper-middle-class family. Her arrival among his family provokes a clash with their sense of propriety. She fends off their attacks with wit and charm, until she loses control, and with it, her husband.
Andrew McGregor and Lucy Duran introduce another late-night visit to the Womad festival in Reading. With music from the Cherimani Zarb Trio and the sounds of Farafina from Burkina Faso.
In the first of an eight-part series opening a window on the world of literature, Isabel Hilton examines the work of translators and looks at the story of the Kalevala, Finland's national epic.
I The final visit to Womad is devoted to the festival's closing set from American singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega.
With Jill Anderson. Mendelssohn Symphony
No 4 in A (Italian) Rossini Stabat Mater Hungarian Radio SO and Chorus 2.35
Bach Partita in D minor, BWV1004 3.05 CPE Bach Flute Concerto in G, Wql69
3.40 Corelli Sonata in B minor 3.50
Rachmaninov Variations on a Theme of Corelli. Op 42 4.10 Kodaly Summer Evening
4.30 Pongrac Kacsoh The Hero John
(excerpts) 4.50 Gershwin Overture: Girl
Crazy 5.00 Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor (3rd mvt) 5.15 Grieg Three Lyric Pieces
5.30 Brahms Viola Sonata in F minor, Op 120 No 1 (4th mvt) 5.40 Glick Divertimento