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With Penny Gore.

Haydn Symphony No 7 in C (Noon)
English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock

6.25 Part Spiegel im Spiegel
Tasmin Little (violin), Martin Roscoe (piano)

7.30 Albinoni Concerto a Cinque in D minor for oboe and strings, Op 9 No 2
David Reichenberg, English Concert, director Trevor Pinnock

7.45 Miaskovsky Two Pieces for string orchestra. Op 46 St Petersburg Chamber Ensemble. Conductor Roland Metia

8.00 Schumann Toccata in C, Op 7 Boris Berezovsky (piano)

8.10 Saint Saens String Quartet No 2 in G, Op 153 Miami Quartet

Contributors

Piano:
Martin Roscoe
Violin:
Tamsin Little
Piano:
Boris Berezovsky
Director:
Trevor Pinnock
Conductor:
Roland Metia
Presenter:
Penny Gore

With Donald Macleod.
4: Cantatas and Leipzig
Zion Hort die Wachter Singen ('Cantata No 140: Wachet Auf, Ruft Uns die Stimme) Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists/John Eliot Gardiner
Sinfonia; tV<r Dan/ten D;r, Goft (Cantata
No 29: tV<rDan/<en D;r, Goft. tV/rDan/<en D/r) Bach Collegium Stuttgart/Helmuth Rilling Cantata No 54.' tVtderstene Doch der Sunde
James Bowman (countertenor), the King's Consort/Robert King
Strefte. S<ege, Staler He/d.'(Cantata No 62: Nun Komm, der Hefden Heiland) Peter Kooy (bass).
Collegium Vocale/Philippe Herreweghe
Siehe, ten Stehe vor der 7'ur und Ktopfe /tn (Cantata No 61: Nun Komm, der Hetden
Heiland) Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone), Munich Bach Orchestra/Kari Richter Cantata No 106: Gottes Zeit ist die /<//ert'e5teZe/t(<4cfus Tragicus) Sotoists, Bach Collegium Japan/Masaaki Suzuki
(R)
See Morning Performance 11.30am

Contributors

Unknown:
Bach Cohegium
Unknown:
James Bowman
Bass:
Peter Kooy

With Stephanie Hughes.
Prokofiev Overture on Jewish Themes, Op 34 Elena Bashkirova (piano), Berlin Soloists
10.15 Schutz HhM/. Absalom, SWV269 (Symphoniae Sacrae I) Harry van der Kamp (bass), Concerto Paiatino
10.22 Beethoven Piano Sonata in A flat, Op 110 Yvonne Lefebure
10.40 Borodin, orch Stokowski Requiem BBC Symphony Men's Chorus.
Philharmonia, conductor Geoffrey Simon
10.47 Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor LSO, conductor Felix Weingartner

Contributors

Unknown:
Stephanie Hughes.
Piano:
Elena Bashkirova
Unknown:
Yvonne Lefebure
Conductor:
Geoffrey Simon
Conductor:
Brahms Sympnony

Bach and Beyond
lain Burnside continues his exploration of music inspired by the works of JS Bach. Honegger Prelude and Fugue
BBC PO, conductor Leonard Slatkin Duti))eux /<u Gres des Ondes
Ashley Wass (piano)
Wagner Overture: Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Alun Francis
See Music Restored 4pm

Contributors

Conductor:
Leonard Slatkin
Conductor:
Alun Francis

Beethoven Plus
Penny Gore presents another in the series from the City of London Festival featuring the complete Beethoven violin sonatas, given at St Otave's Church.
Tasmin Little (vioiin), Piers Lane (piano)
Beethoven Wotn Sonata in A Op47(Kreutzer) Debussy t/'/o//n Sonata in G nwmr

Contributors

Unknown:
Tasmin Littte
Piano:
Beethoven Wotn

Another chance to hear Sunday's Prom.
Stuart Neili (tenor), Chorus and Orchestra of the Guildhal School of Music and Drama. Chorus and Orchestra of the Paris Conservatoire, Philharmonia Chorus. conductor Colin Davis
Berlioz Requiem (Grande Messe des Morts) (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Stuart Nei
Conductor:
Coiin Davis

To celebrate Bach's anniversary year Lucie Skeaping looks at the lives and works of his four musical sons. Music includes a symphony by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, an excerpt from an opera by Johann Christian Bach and a concerto by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach.

Contributors

Presenter:
Lucie Skeaping
Producer:
Jeremy Hayes

With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at 5.45 Barber's Excursions. Op 20, played by Eric Parkin (piano): at 6.00 Brahms's Hungarian Dance No :t in G minor played by the Vienna Philharmonic under Claudio Abbado: and at 6.35 Avison's Concerto
Grosso No 9 in C performed by the English Concert under Trevor Pinnock.

Contributors

Unknown:
Sean Rafferty.
Piano:
Eric Parkin

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London, this season's Shostakovich focus continues with his symphony composed as "a Soviet artist's reply to just criticism". No less personally felt are Mahler's songs on the death of children, while Bernstein reaffirms the lighter side of life.

Dmitri Hvorostovsky (baritone).
Bournemouth SO/Yakov Kreizberg
Bernstein Suite: On the Waterfront

Mahler Kindertotenlieder

7.55 Twenty Minutes: Performing Art
The second in a series of eight postcards from the Victoria and Albert Museum exploring the shared worlds of art and music. Today Christopher Cook talks to Michael Snodin about a page from the 18th-century Franco-Italian album of drawings by Sir William Chambers.

8.15 Shostakovich Symphony No 5
(Repeated Tuesday 1 August 2pm)

Choice
In today's Crossing Continents (11.00am R4) Tim Whewett visits Mongolia (above) where members of the Liberal Women's Brain Poof are the driving force behind the introduction of democracy. Did Whewett suddenly feel like a man in crisis, perhaps? He shouldn't: he's an excellent reporter, as this fascinating documentary reveals.
In this afternoon's extremely funny play, two girls set up The Writers' Block Workshop (2.15pm R4) with the ulterior motive of attracting sensitive, creative, heterosexual men. Their cunning plan goes awry, however, when a glamorous siren joins the course.
Later, Tim Marlow travels through California to encounter the Internet Dreamers (8.00pm R4) who first conjured up the www.
But you might prefer to listen to tonight's Prom (7.00pm R3), culminating in Shostakovich's massive Fifth Symphony. SG

Contributors

Baritone:
Dmitri Hvorostovsky
Unknown:
Kreizberg Bernstein
Talks:
Christopher Cook
Unknown:
Michael Snodin
Unknown:
Sir William Chambers.

From the Royal Albert Hall, London.
In an off-the-wall programme for his centenary Weill's powerful setting of Brecht is played alongside music by his teacher Busoni and by his fellow pupil Varese. Plus a new work which draws its title from Johann Strauss's last operetta.
Garry Magee (baritone), H.K. Gruber (chansonnier), European Voices, Birmingham Contemporary Music Group/Thomas Ades

Busoni, arr Erwin Stein: Berceuse Elegiaque, Op 42
Gerald Barry: Wiener Blut (first London performance,)
Varese: Ecuatorial
Weill: Das Berliner Requiem
(Live)

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2.45 Rachmaninov Symphony No 1 ;n D mtnor 3.25 Bach Passacagha and Fugue
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Ce/<o Sonata W. Op 5 4.40 Verdi La Donna FMoMe (Rigoletto) 4.50 Nieisen Pan and Syr/nx, Op 49 5.00 Mozart Overture.' Don G/ot/ann; 5.15 Abei 7'nb<nF5.30Faure
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Contributors

Unknown:
Martinu Sutte
Unknown:
Mozart Sfnng Ouartef
Unknown:
Viri Sanct
Unknown:
Gtonosum Sangufnem
Unknown:
Bach Passacagha
Unknown:
Christoph Bernard

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