Edward Seckerson. Bach Mass in F, BWV233
6.30 Bill Evans Peace Piece
7.00 Vivaldi Violin Concerto in D, RV208 (Grosso Mogul)
7.25 Trad, arr Bob Chllcott Steal Away; Were You There?
8.00 Joseph Curate Arrival; A View from Sea (Suite: Gates of Gold)
8.20 Flnzl Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice, Op 26
Berlioz Overture: Beatrice et Benedict
9.15 Beethoven Symphony No 7 in A (3rd mvt)
9.20 Coates Springtime in Angus (Suite: Three Elizabeths)
9.30 Hildegard of Bingen Columbia Aspexit
9.35 Guy Woolfenden Illyrian Dances
9.55 Telemann Burlesque de Don Quixotte (excerpts)
10.00 Poulenc Clarinet Sonata
10.15 Stravinsky Scherzo Fantast/que
10.30 Bach Cantata No 46: Schauet Doch und Sehet
10.55 Bridge Summer
11.05 Hummel Rondo in E flat, Op 11 (Rondo Favori); Rondo all'Ungharese
11.15 Albinoni Concerto in C for two oboes, Op 9 No 9
11.35 Rachmaninov The Great Doxology (Vespers)
11.40 Dohnanyi Suite in F sharp minor, Op 19
Graeme Kaydiscovers that the Twelve
Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic have a busy working life outside of the orchestra and catches up on recent changes at two very different opera festivals in Santa Fe andBayreuth.
Producer Mark Lowther. See BBC Proms 2000 10pm
A recital by pianist Cecile Ousset , given two days ago in the Courtyard Theatre, Hereford. Chopin Polonaise-Fantaisie in A flat, Op 61; Three Waltzes, Op 34
Debussy Images, Book
Faure Theme and Variations in C sharp minor, Op 73
Ravel Valses Nobles et
Sentimentales Saint-Saens Etude-Toccata (Six Studies, Op 111)
Music from Francis Poulenc 's Le Bestiaire performed by François Le Roux (baritone) with the Soloists of the French National Orchestra under Charles Dutoit.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra under Pierre Boulez. Anthony Burton selects recordings from Pierre Boulez 's time as chief conductor in the 1970s.
Schumann Overture: Manfred
Webem Passacaglia, Op 1 Boulez Eclat
Bartok The Miraculous Mandarin With the BBC Singers and BBC Choral Society Producer Nick Morgan
Regional Variations (2)
Anthony Payne explores the Prelude and Liebestod from Wagner's Tristan und Isolde with musical examples from the BBC National Orchestra of Wales under Peter Stark
Bach Cities. Joshua Rifkin continues his tour around the places where Bach lived and worked with a visit to the newly restored palace at Cothen, where Bach composed much of his instrumental music. Here, John Holloway performs 'some of Bach's unaccompanied violin music, and Lars Ulrich Mortensen discusses and plays Bach's harpsichord music of the period. Producer Roger Short
Geoffrey Smith explores what it is about
American classical music that makes it sound American. With contributions from musicologists Dave Nicholls and Misha Donat. conductor Leonard Slatkin and composers Steve Reich , Steve Montague and John Adams , as well as archive recordings of Aaron Copland and Virgil Thomson. Producer Philip Tagney
Bach Motets: Singet dem Herrn, BWV225; Furchte Dich Nicht, BWV228
Christopher Hughes (organ continuo),
BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Cleobury (R)
From the Royal Albert Hall , London. This year's focus on psalm settings continues with Arvo Part's serene meditation on Psalm 42, and Webern adds a refined miniature to the sum of this season's Bach arrangements. A late great piano concerto by Mozart and a popular showpiece from Dvorak complete tonight's programme.
Patricia Rosario (soprano), Richard Goode (piano), BBCSO, conductor Jiri Belohlavek Bach, arr Webern Ricercare (The Musical Offering, BWV1079)
Mozart Piano Concerto No 25 in C, K503
7.45 Interval: Acting Up
Afterwritingthe monologue ViaDolorosa, David Hare forced himself to make his debut on the professional stage at the age of 51. When his success at London's Royal Courttheatre led to an invitation to appear in New York, Hare was transformed from a shadowy playwright into an actor alone on the stage every night for 90 minutes.
Hare's diary of his experience, broadcast in three programmes this week, tells of his difficulties in coming to terms with his frightening change of career, but also grapples with more serious questions about what the difference is between acting and performance, and whether anyone can learn to do either.
8.05 Part Como Anhela la Cierva (first UK performance)
Dvorak Symphonic Variations Rptd Friday 2pm
Isabel Hilton explores books that people are reading and talking about elsewhere in the world. This week Zimbabwe's poets document the changes in their homeland over the past decade; novelist and publisher Adina Kanares laments the state of book production in Romania; and poet Jacques Darras talks about the books which are changing France's view of herself.
Live from the Royal Albert Hall. A Proms debut forthis brilliant satellite group of the Berlin Philharmonic, the programme includes two of Villa-Lobos's Brazilian-style tributes to Bach and Brett Dean 's new work inspired by Sidney Lumet 's famous courtroom film. Juanita Lascarro (soprano), the Twelve Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic
Vllla-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No 1 Brett Dean Twelve Angry Men (first UK performance)
Vllla-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No 5 Repeated Sunday 10 September 10pm
Rptd from yesterday 12 noon
Howard Skempton Lento BBCSO, conductor Mark Wigglesworth
With Jonathan Swain. A concert of music by Palestrina.
2.05 A Scarlatti Toccata
2.15 Mozart Piano Quintet in A, K581
2.55 Strauss An Alpine Symphony
3.50 Beethoven Fantasia in C minor. Op 80
4.20 Groneman Concerto in G
4.35 Tchaikovsky Fatum
4.50 Massenet, arr Marsick Meditation (Thais)
5.05 Durante Concerto No 2 in G minor
5.15 Liszt Reminiscences de Don Juan
5.35 Wagner, arr Humperdinck Good Friday Music (Parsifal)
5.45 Bach Motet: Singet dem Herrn, BWV225