Penny Gore. Paganini Serenata in C
Antonello Farulli (viola), Andrea Noferini (cello), Adriano Sebastiani (guitar)
6.50 Honegger Pastorale d'Ete Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra, conductor David Zinman
7.00 Schubert Violin Sonata in G minor, D408 Isaac Stern , Daniel Barenboim (piano)
7.40 Strauss Duet-Concertino
Paul Meyer (clarinet), Knut Sonstevold (bassoon), New Stockholm CO, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
8.00 Bizet Overture in A Toulouse Capitole Orchestra, conductor Michel Plasson
8.50 Turina Rapsodia Sinfonica Alicia de Larrocha (piano),
LPO, conductor Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos
Berlioz famously described the most important artistic discovery of his life as the first visit to the theatre to see
Shakespeare. Today Donald Macleod examines some of the ways in which Berlioz utilised literature in his work.
Le Roi de Thule (Scenes from Faust) Franchise Pollet (soprano), Cord Garben (piano)
Elegie (Iriande, Op 2) Thomas Hampson (baritone), Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
La Fuite en Egypte (L 'Enfance du Christ) La Chappelle Royale , Collegium Vocale, Orchestre des Champs Elysees, conductor Philippe Herreweghe
Sara la Baigneuse Frangoise Pollet
(soprano), Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo), Cord Garben (piano)
Romeo andJuliet (Finale)
Gilles Cachemaille (bass-baritone), Monteverdi Choir, Orchestre Révolutionnaire et
Romantique, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
Novelist Fay Weldon continues talking about the technique of writing her newest novel, Rhode Island Blues.
With Stephanie Hughes.
Stravinsky Suite No 2 CBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the Composer
10.12 Britten Rejoice in the Lamb
George Malcolm (organ), Purcell Singers, conducted by the Composer
10.29 Schumann Kinderszenen , Op 15 Vladimir Horowitz (piano)
10.46 Britten Five Flower Songs Monteverdi Choir , conductor John Eliot Gardiner
Edinburgh International Festival 2000
From the Queen's Hall, Edinburgh. Sandy Burnett introduces the Vienna Sextet with clarinettist Sabine Meyer in two highpoints of the clarinet repertoire.
Brahms String Sextet No 1 in B flat, Op 18 Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A, K581
12.15 Interval Talk: Genoveva - the Forgotten Story
Opera North stages Schumann's little known and only opera, Genoveva, at the Edinburgh Festival this year. Michael White investigates the emotional triangle of this passionate love story with the opera's s director David Pountney.
12.35 Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op 115
A recital given in 1998 by Anne Queffelec
Ravel Miroirs (R)
Another chance to hear last Friday's Prom. Ann Murray (mezzo), Budapest Festival Orchestra, conductor Ivan Fischer
Wagner Dawn ; Siegfried's Rhine Journey (Gotterdammerung)
Wagner, orch Mottl Wesendonck Lieder Bruckner Symphony No 3 in D minor (R)
Endless Pleasure, Endless Love
In the third of four programmes looking at different aspects of love as portrayed in early music, Catherine Bott explores sex and lust. Including music by Campion,
Blow and Handel. Producer Christina Pritchard
With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at 5.00 Shostakovich's The Assault on Beautiful Gorky (The Unforgettable Year 1919) played by Dmitri Alexeev (piano) with the English Chamber Orchesta under
Jerzy Maksymiuk ; at 6.00 Brahms's Rhapsody in G minor. Op 79 No 2. played by Martha Argerich (piano); and at 6.40 Beethoven's An die Feme Geliebte , Op 98, performed by Stephan Genz (baritone) with Roger Vignoles (piano).
From the Royal Albert Hall , London. The
San Francisco Symphony's second Prom is dominated by Shostakovich's massive and enigmatic eieventn sympnony, written in the shadow of the 1956 Soviet invasion of Hungary, but officially describingthe events of the failed 1905 Russian
Revolution. In lightervein, centenary composer Aaron Copland described his
Symphonic Ode as "my way of announcing that I was grown up". San Francisco SO, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas
Rimsky-Korsakov Dubinushka, Op62 Copland Symphonic Ode
7.25 Twenty Minutes: Performing Art
Another in the series of postcards from the Victoria and Albert Museum exploring the shared worlds of art and music. Christopher Cook talks to Sorrel Hershberg about the work of controversial designer Ron Arad and in particular his Spiral.
7.45 Shostakovich Symphony No 11 (The Year 1905) Repeated Thursday 7 September 2pm
A recreation of the music of a clandestine Catholic mass service as it might have been heard in the early years of the 17th century, including works by Byrd, Gibbons, Bull and Tomkins.
Choir of Westminster Cathedral, conductor James O'Donnell , Andrew Reid (organ) (R)
From the Royal Albert Hall , London. Percy Grainger. one of music's great original,, is celebrated in this Late Night Prom with a sequence of his quirky pieces in all sorts of arrangements, with roots deep in folk and popular music.
Laura Claycomb (soprano). Pamela Helen Stephen (mezzo), Mark Padmore (tenor),
Stephen Varcoe (bass), Joyful Company of Singers, City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
A Sequence of Music by Percy Grainger
Songs from Rossini's 1835 collection of vocal pieces contrasted with Benjamin Britten 's more familiar orchestral arrangements.
With Jonathan Swain. Mozart Overture:
Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail 12.20am
Chabrier Espana 12.30 Arriaga Symphony in D1.00 Mozart Symphony No 36 in C (Linz) Salieri Concerto in C for flute and oboe Mahler Symphony No 12.40 Reger Motet: Mein Odem 1st Schwach 3.00
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 in C minor 3.35 Handel Trio Sonata. Op 5 No 4
3.55 Faure Elegie , Op 24 4.05 Rautio
Ballet Suite: The Blue Heron 4.20 Avison
Concerto Grosso No 2 in G 4.50
Liszt Waldesrauchen ; Gnomenreigen 5.00 Bach Chorale Preludes: Komm, HeiligerGeist, BWV651; An Wasserflussen Babylon,
BWV653 5.15 Mozart Symphony No 23 in D 5.30 Rameau Symphonies and Dances
5.45 Handel Ballet Music (Terpsichore)