With Tommy Pearson.
Mozart Piano Sonata in B flat, K281 Maria JoaoPires
6.35 Glinka Grand Sextet in E flat
7.00 Massenet Scenes Alsaciennes
(Suite No 7) Monte Carlo Opera Orchestra, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
7.45 Hoist Brook Green Suite City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
8.00 Rossini Overture: La Cenerentola
Montreal SO, conductor Charles Dutoit
8.40 Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 1 in G minor Stephen Hough ,
CBSO, conductor Lawrence Foster
With Tommy Pearson.
The middle years of the 1780s were the happiest and most successful of Mozart's life... He was living in Vienna with his wife,
Constanze, and was much in demand both as composer and performer. And his genius was recognised as much by his fellow composers as by the general public. Today Donald Macleod introduces some of the music Mozart wrote and played during those hectic years.
String Quartetin C, K465 (Dissonance) (lstmvt) Alban Berg Quartet
Piano Concerto No 16 in D, K451 (Finale) English Chamber Orchestra, director Murray Perahia (piano) Violin Sonata in B flat, K454
Szymon Goldberg , Radu Lupu (piano) On 70 Mi Scordi di Te , K505
Sylvia McNair (soprano), Alfred Brendel
(piano), Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
Matt Thompson and his presenter,
Piers Plowright , discuss in brutal fashion on the phone who would be good talkers on their radio programme and how many minutes potential contributors are worth.
With Jonathan Swain.
Biber Sonata No 12 (Sonatae Tam Aris Quam Aulis Servientes) Rare Fruits Council, director Manfredo Kraemer (violin)
10.11senfl Es Tagetvordem Walde ; Ach Elslein, Liebes Elselein ; Quodlibet on "Ach Elslein "and "EsTaget" Studio derFriihen Musik, director Thomas Binkley
10.17 Glazunov Suite: From the Middle
Ages, Op 79 Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
10.41Anon Dized'Ai Trobadores!
(Cantigas de Santa Maria)
Joaquim Proubasta (baritone), Medieval Ensemble of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, conductor Thomas Binkley
10.46 Biber Passacaglia (Rosary Sonatas) Max Rostal (violin)
Edinburgh International Festival 2000 From the Queen's Hall, Edinburgh. The
Brentano Quartet return for their second concert at this year's festival, introduced by Sandy Burnett.
Haydn String Quartet in A, Op 20 No 6
Schubert String Quartet in A minor, D804
12.00 Interval Talk: Barbaric Comedies
Sexual jealousy, family feuds and murder provide the backdropforthis adaptation of a classic 20th-century Spanish play. Brian Morton introduces the work of Ramon del
Valle-lnclan, a man ahead of his time, whose personal life was stranger than fiction.
12.20 Bartok String Quartet No 1
Chester Summer Music Festival
Petroc Trelawny introduces a BBC New Generation recital given last month in St John 's Church, Chester. Jerusalem Quartet.
Mozart String Quartet in B flat, K458 Ravel String Quartet
Another chance to hear last Thursday's Prom. Janice Watson (soprano),
LPO, conductor Mark Wigglesworth Boulez Rituel : in Memoriam Bruno
Mahler Symphony No 4 (R)
From the Priory Church, Edington, Wiltshire, as part of the 2000 Festival of Music within the Liturgy.
Introit: Salve Turba Duodena (Plainsong)
Psalms 114-5 (Vann).
First Lesson: 2 Samuel 5, vv 1-10; 17-25.
Magnificat Quinti Toni (Praetorius).
Second Lesson: Luke 23, vv 44-56.
Nunc Dimittis (Schutz).
Anthem: Der Geist Hilft (JS Bach).
Warum Ist das Licht Gegeben (Brahms).
Organ Voluntary: Komm Gott, Schopfer, Heiliger Geist, BWV667 (Bach).
Conductors David Trendell, Jeremy Summerly and Andrew Carwood.
Organist Robert Quinney.
With Humphrey Carpenter. Music includes at 5.45 Mozart's Variations on "Ah, Vous Dirai-Je , Maman ", K265; at 6.00 Elgar's
Pomp and Circumstance March in A minor, Op 39 No 2; and at 6.40 Boccherini's Guitar Quintet No 6 in G.
Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
"If ever a composer showed polyphony in its greatest strength and employed the most hidden secrets of harmony with the most skilled artistry, it was certainly our late lamented Bach." The judgement of one of Bach's sons is marvellously confirmed in this most tautly dramatic and compelling of Passion settings. Rich in invention, it rushes onward to the momentous climax of the death of Christ.
Paul Agnew (tenor), Sanford Sylvan (baritone), Ruth Ziesak (soprano), Michael Chance (countertenor), Toby Spence (tenor), Gerald Finley (bass-baritone), Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, St James's Baroque Players, conductor Ivor Bolton
Bach St John Passion, BWV245 (Part 1)
8.15 Twenty Minutes: Poetry Proms
Jo Shapcott, poet-in-residence at the Proms, introduces this evening's readings from the Serpentine Gallery by Jackie Kay and David Constantine , including new work on one of this year's Proms themes - belief.
8.35 Bach St John Passion (Part 2)
Suite No 1 for small orchestra London Sinfonietta, conductor Riccardo Chailly
LThe first of two programmes from the festival in which AndrasSch iff (piano) performs Bach's six English Suites.
Bach English Suites: No 1 in A minor,
BWV806; No 3 in G minor, BWV808; No 5 in E minor, BWV810
Next recital will be broadcast on Monday 28 August 10.30pm
Suite No 2 for small orchestra London Sinfonietta, conductor Riccardo Chailly
With Jonathan Swain. Mendelssohn, transcr Dreyschoeck Wedding March; Elfins Dance 12.15am Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A 1.00 Music transcribed for piano from the Welte Mignon archive of piano rolls.
2.10 Padre Davide da Bergamo Sinfonia col Tanto Applaudito inno Popolare all'
Offertorio 2.20 Cherubini Requiem Mass No 1 in C minor 3.05 Telemann Sonata in F minor (Der Getreue Music-Meister) 3.15 Liszt Harmonies du Soir No 11 3.25
Schumann Dichterliebe , Op48 3.55 Alexina Louie Songs of Paradise 4.10 Mozart Piano Sonata in B flat, K281 4.30 Hellendaal
Concerto Grosso in E flat, Op 3 No 4 4.50 Suppe Overture: Light Cavalry 5.10 Naumann Concerto in B flat 5.40 Bach Concerto in D minor for two violins, BWV1043