With Tommy Pearson.
Chopin Nocturne in C minor, Op 48 No I Maria Joao Pires (piano)
6.35 Chabrier Suite Pastorale (Pieces
Pittoresques) Suisse Romande Orchestra, conductor Ernest Ansermet
7.00 Hoist A Fugal Concerto, Op 40 No 2 William Bennett (flute), Peter Graeme (oboe), ECO, director Imogen Hoist
7.45 Uszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 6 in D Budapest Festival Orchestra, conductor Ivan Fischer
8.00 Beethoven Piano Sonata in F sharp, Op 78 Annie Fischer
8.25 William Grant Still Symphony No 1
(Afro-American) RPO, conductor Karl Kreuger
With Tommy Pearson.
Two of Mozart's greatest commercial successes came at the end of his short life in the opera houses of Prague and Vienna. But these triumphs were overshadowed by the death of his father, Leopold. Donald
Macleod introduces excerpts from the two late operatic masterpieces and more intimate music for domestic enjoyment. Don Giovanni (excerpts)
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductor Claudio Abbado
Sonata in C for piano duet, K521 (Finale) Sviatoslav Richter and Benjamin Britten The Magic Bute (excerpts)
Vienna PO, conductor Georg Solti
The structuring of his radio programme leads producer Matt Thompson further and further away from his original idea. He is now in real danger of getting lost in the woods.
With Jonathan Swain.
Biber Sonata VII (Fidicinium Sacro-Profanum) Purcell Quartet
10.10 Anon Libre Vermeil Studio der
Friihen Musik , director Thomas Binkley :
10.23 Wagner Good Friday Music
(Parsifal) LSO, conductor Adrian Boult
10.35 Leopold Mozart Trumpet Concerto inD Niklas Eklund (Baroque trumpet), Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble, director Nils-Erik Sparf (violin)
10.47 Biber Partia III (Harmonia Artificiosa-Ariosa) Tafelmusik, director Jeanne Lamon (violin)
Edinburgh International Festival 2000
From the Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Sandy Burnett introduces the last of this year's four Schumann recitals given byAndras Schiff and friends.
Thomas Quasthoff (baritone),
Andras Schiff (piano), Yuuko Shiokawa : (violin), Hariolf Schlichtig (viola), Miklos Perenyi (cello)
Schumann Marchenbilder , Op 113; : Liederkreis, Op 39
11.50 Interval Talk: Festival Insight As part of this year's festival insights, Andras Schiff talks to presenter Svend Brown and answers questions from the studio audience.
12.10 Schumann Hans Christian
Andersen Lieder , Op 40; Piano Quartet in E flat, Op 47
Each Friday for the next six weeks Radio 3's lunchtime recitals come from some of this year's music festivals in Wales. To begin the series Susan Sharpe presents a concert by the Dante Quartet given in June at the Lower Machen Festival near Caerphilly. Donizetti String Quartet No 17 in D Judith Weir String Quartet
Beethoven String Quartet in G, Op 18 No 2
Another chance to hear Saturday's Prom. Matthias Goerne (baritone), European
Union Youth Orchestra/Vladimir Ashkenazy Strauss Don Juan
Mahler, orch Berio Five Early Songs
(excerpts); Six Early Songs (excerpts)
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 in E minor(R)
In the last of four programmes inviting
British musicians to explore the BBC jazz archives Alyn Shipton talks to trumpeter Guy Barker , whose selections include recordings of Dizzy Gillespie , Gil Evans and Carla Bley. Producer Felix Carey
Humphrey Carpenter talks to his guest John Deathridge about Nietzsche's influence on 19th-century music. Music includes at 5.40 Haydn's Piano Concerto in D, HXVIII 2; at 6.35 Bizet's Carmen:
Suite No 1; and at 6.50 Chopin's Polonaise Brillante in C for cello and piano, Op 3.
From the Royal Albert Hall , London. A heady late-Romantic glow suffuses this programme with one of Wagner's great tone pictures from his opera cycle The
Ring, the radiant songs that were studies for his darkly erotic opera Tristan und Isolde, and Bruckner's deeply felt symphony dedicated to Wagner.
Ann Murray(mezzo), Budapest Festival Orchestra, conductor Ivan Fischer
Wagner Dawn: Siegfried's Rhine Journey (Gotterdammerung); Wesendonk Lieder
7.40 Twenty Minutes: The South
A series of talks in which writers immerse themselves in the idea of the south.
7: Roger Deakin , writer and naturalist, recounts his journeys and those of other writers to the warmer climates of the Mediterranean and Morocco.
8.00 Bruckner Symphony No 3 in D minor Repeated Thursday 31 August 2pm
Stephen Gill marks the start of the London Haiku Festival with a look at the appeal of these miniscule 17-syllable poems.
Producer Elizabeth Abrahams
From the Royal Albert Hall , London. A late-night mix of Bach and Handel, with a dash
- of their Italian contemporary Lotti.
Nathalie Stutzmann (contralto), John Abberger (oboe), Tafelmusik, director Jeanne Lamon (violin)
Bach Orchestral Suite No 1 in C, BWV1066 Handel Overture, Musette and Minuet
(Alcina); Vivi, Tiranno (Rodelinda); Che Piu
Si Tarda o Mai; Inumano Fratel ; Stille Amare (Tolomeo); AllAmpo dell'Armi (Giulio Cesare ) Bach Concerto in C minor for oboe and violin, BWV1060
Handel Pompe Vane di Morte; Dove Sei (Rodelinda); Agitato (Riccardo I) Repeated Sunday 3 September 11.30pm
Marta Deyanova (piano) performs a selection of Scriabin preludes.
With Jonathan Swain. Rossini Largo al
Factotum (The Barber of Seville) 12.10am Szymanowski Variations in B flat minor, Op 3
12.20 Mendelssohn Octet in E flat, Op 20
1.00 A complete performance of Rossini's The Barber of Seville Teatro Colon Chorus and Orch/Sciammarelia. 3.25 Schubert Symphony No 8 in B minor (Unfinished) 3.50 CPE Bach Concerto in E flat for harpsichord and fortepiano, Wq4 74.10 Villa-Lobos Introduction to "Choros "4.25 Brahms Rhapsody in G minor, Op 79 No 2 4.35 Forster Vanitas Vanitatum (Dialogus de Divite et Paupere Lazaro) 4.50 Chopin Four Preludes (Op 28)
5.00 Deutsch Overture: The Croatian Girl 5.15
Mozart Hai Gia Vinta la Causa (Le Nozze di Figaro) 5.30 Hellendaal Cello Sonata No 2 in D 5.40 Facoli Pass 'e Mezzo Moderno
5.50 De Fesch Concerto in D, Op 5 No 1