With Edward Seckerson.
CPE Bach Sonata in G minor, Wql35 HansjorgSchellenberger(oboe), Margit-Anna Suss (harp), Klaus Stoll (violone)
6.50 D Scarlatti Sonata in G, Kkl24 Christophe Rousset (harpsichord)
7.10 Lawes Consort Suite a 5 in G minor
7.35 Mozart Symphony No 33 in B flat English Baroque Soloists, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
8.30 Grainger Power of Love (Danish Folk Songs) Danish National RSO, conductor Richard Hickox
8.40 Nielsen Springtime in Funen
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
With Edward Seckerson.
As part of this year's Edinburgh
International Festival the programme comes live this week from The Hub,
Edinburgh. With music from the Hilliard Ensemble, the Scottish Flute Trio with guitarist Alan Neave , plussomeof
Scotland's finest traditional musicians with a selection from their sell-out concert programme Work, Sex and Drink. Producer Fiona Shelmerdine
Graeme Kay meets young composer
Joe Duddell , who was commissioned to write a new work for the Proms Chamber Music concerts. Plus news of the first instalment of Scottish Opera's new Ringcycle at the Edinburgh Festival and how the life of an Olympic runningchampion has been turned into an opera in Finland. Producer Mark Lowther
A concert given at the Wigmore Hall in September 1998 by three of Austria's most distinguished musicians.
ZehetmairTrio: Thomas Zehetmair (violin), Heinrich Schiff (cello), Till Fellner (piano) Beethoven Cello Sonata in D, Op 102 No 2
Webem Sonata Movement for cello and piano; Three Little Pieces forcello and piano, Op 11 Schubert Rondo Brillant in B minor, 0895; Piano Trio No 1 in B flat, D898 (R)
The BBC Symphony Orchestra under Colin Davis. Drawing exclusively on BBC recordings, Anthony Burton considers the impact in the late 1960s of Colin Davis. Stravinsky Petrushka (excerpts) (1968) Musgrave Clarinet Concerto With Gervase de Peyer (1969)
Beethoven Cantata on the Death of Joseph // (excerpt) With Kiri Te Kanawa (soprano), Yvonne Newman (alto), David Barrett (tenor). Michael Langdon (bass), BBC Chorus and Choral Society (1970) Producer Chris Wines
Regional Variations (2)
Anthony Payne explores Beethoven's Symphony No 8 in F with musical examples played by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
Christopher Cook talks to violinist Monica Huggett about her career in the vanguard of Baroque performance and introduces her own recordings, as well as some of those which moulded her, including one of Janet Baker singing Bach's Cantata No 82: Ich Habe Genug. Producer Michael Surcombe
In the week of a rare performance at the Proms of Franz Schmidt's 1938 oratorio about the Apocalypse, Peter Kislinger charts Austria's decline between the wars from Hapsburg glory to Hitler's pawn. With contributions from Andrew Barker, Thomas Gayda, Ray Monk and Olga Neuwirth. Reader David Timson.
Producer Piers Burton-Page
See also BBC Proms 2000 7pm
Michael Berkeley 's guest today is the novelist Ronald Blythe , whose semi-fictional portrait of an East Anglian village. Akenfield, won the Heinemann Award on its publication in 1969. Repeated from yesterday 12 noon
Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
A first at the Proms for Franz Schmidt's mighty oratorio on the theme of the Apocalypse. Embracing a whole world of musical sound from pastoral innocence to earth-shattering power, the biblical story reaches its climax with St John's warning that his vision of the Last Judgement will indeed come to pass.
Christiane Oelze (soprano), Cornelia Kallisch (mezzo), Stig Andersen and Lothar Odinius (tenors), Rudolf Hartmann (baritone), Laszlo Polgar(bass), Timothy Bond (organ), BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Franz Welser-Most
Schmidt The Book with Seven Seals
(Brian Kay's Prom of the Week: page 37)
By August Strindberg. translated and adapted by Eivor Martinus. In the 150th year after his birth, the sex-war dramas of August Strindberg still resonate in today's world of genetic mapping and DNA headlines. A mother knows her own child, but the seed of doubt about paternity can poison a father's mind beyond repair.
Ronald Pickup is the Captain, and Cheryl Campbell his wife in Strindberg's searing drama from 1887.
Produced and directed by Ned Chaillet (R)
Isabel Hilton explores books that people are reading and talking about elsewhere in the world. This week John Burnside explores the world of Spanish poet Antonio Machado ; prize-winning Argentinian writer Leopoldo Brizmela talks about his novel Inglaterra; and an interview with Brazilian writer and actor AugUStO Boal. Producer Mary Price
Another chance to hear last Monday's late night prom. A stimulating mix of baroque and contemporary as Bach's fascinating and closely-worked late fugues, based on a single theme, are intercut with quirky and intense miniatures by the Hungarian composer Kurtag- a great admirer of Bach. Keller Quartet
Bach The Art of Fugue, BWV1080 (excerpts) Kurtag Works for string quartet (R)
With Jonathan Swain. Aconcertgiven in March 1998 by Radio Latvia Chorus directed by Sigvards Klava. Reger Motets: Ach, Herr, Strafe Mich Nicht; 0, Tod, Wie Bitter Bist Du; Cantata: 0 Haupt Voll Blut und Wunden Messiaen Motet: 0 Sacrum Convivium; Louange a I'Eternité de Jesus (Quatuorpourla Fin du Temps 1.50
Respighi Church Windows 2.15 Pachelbel Canon and Gigue in D 2.20 Telemann
Concerto in A minor for recorder, viola da gamba, strings and continuo 2.45 Mozart String Quartet in B flat, K458 (Hunt) 3.15 Franz Krommer Clarinet Concerto in E flat. Op 36 3.35 Brahms Hungarian Dances: Nos 1, 11, 13, 1 and 83.50 Liszt
Hungarian Rhapsody No 1 in Fminor 4.15 Marcel Toumier Images, Op 354.25 Bizet L "Arlesienne: Suite No 14.50
Glinka Kamarinskaya 5.00 Kodaly Cello Sonatina
5.10 Moszkowski Valse in E, Op 34 No 1
5.30 Bartok Rhapsody No 15.45 Cirigllano El Sonido de la Ciudad