With Penny Gore.
Sibelius The Oceanides
Gothenburg SO, conductor Neeme Jarvi
6.15 Bax Concerto for flute, oboe, harp and string quartet Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble
7.05 Vivaldi Nulla in Mundo Pax Sincera, RV630 Emma Kirkby (soprano), Academy of Ancient Music, director Simon Preston
7.45 Shostakovich Ballet Suite No 1
Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
8.35 Haydn String Quartet in A, Op 20 No 6 Hagen Quartet
8.40 Grainger Lincolnshire Posy
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra, conductor Timothy Reynish
With Penny Gore.
Donald Macleod explores the life and works of Henry Purcell.
Blow Up the Trumpet in Sion - The King's Consort, director Robert King
Voluntary in D minor for double organ - John Butt
My Beloved Spake - Simon Berridge and Paul Agnew (tenors), Ben Parry (baritone), Simon Grant (bass), Taverner Choir and Players, conductor Andrew Parrott
Hear My Prayer, O Lord - The King's Consort, Robert King (director)
Fantasia No 9 - Fretwork
Amintas, to My Grief I See - Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), Susanna Pell (bass viol), David Miller (archlute), Robert King (harpsichord)
Scarce Had the Rising Sun Appeard - Barbara Bonney (soprano), Michael George (bass), Mark Caudle (bass viol), David Miller (archlute), Robert King (harpsichord)
Amintor, Heedless to His Flocks - Charles Daniels (tenor), Mark Caudle (bass viol), David Miller (archlute), Robert King (harpsichord)
Welcome to All the Pleasures (Ode for St Cecilia's Day) - Michael Chance (countertenor), John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Michael George (bass), English Concert and Choir, director Trevor Pinnock (harpsichord)
Producer Michael Surcombe
In five programmes this week, novelist and poet lain Sinclairtalks about his new novel, Landor's Tower, which is set in the area around Hay on Wye and explores themes of community, the notion of "the west" and Conspiracy theories. Producer Fiona McLean
With Jonathan Swain. This week featuring Scriabin piano music and recordings by Clemens Krauss.
Haydn Symphony No 88 in G
Vienna PO, conductor Clemens Krauss
10.26 Borodin String Quartet No 2 in D Takacs Quartet
10.54 Scriabin Four Pieces, Op 56; Piano Sonata No 6, Op 62
Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano)
11.13 Ravel Rapsodie Espagnole
Bavarian RSO, conductor Clemens Krauss
Salzburg Festival 2000
Graeme Kay presents the first of a week of performances from this year's festival.
Today he talks to artists and commentators about the festival and features the music of Salzburg's most famous son - Mozart. Mozart Zerlina's aria from Don Giovanni
Angelika Kirchschlager (mezzo), Ensemble Wien
Scriabin Poem of Ecstasy
Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, conductor Valery Gergiev
Brahms Violin Sonata No 3 in D minor,
Op 108 Christian Tetzlaff , Lars Vogt (piano) Mozart Mass in C, K31 7 (Coronation); Epistle Sonata in C, K329
Lisa Larsson (soprano), Annette Markert
(alto), Matthias Klink (tenor), Klaus j Mertens (bass), Franz Danksagmuller (organ), Arnold Schoenberg Choir, Mozarteum Orchestra, Salzburg, conductor Ton Koopman ,
From the Wigmore Hall, London,
Stephanie Hughes presents the first in a new series of lunchtime concerts.
Wind Soloists of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
Mozart Serenade in B flat, K361 (Gran Partita)
Another chance to hear one of this season's Prom concerts.
Paul Groves (tenor), Southend Boys' Choir, London Philharmonic Choir,
London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis Berlioz Royal Hunt and Storm (The
Trojans); Sara la Baigneuse ; Tristia Berlioz Te Deum (R)
Michael White talks to rich people who pay for opera to be performed and investigates to what extentthey call the tune.
With Sean Rafferty.
Music includes at 5.00 Grainger's Green Bushes played by the BBC Philharmonic under Richard Hickox; at 6.00 Dvorak's Prague Waltzes performed by the Detroit SO conducted by Antal Dorati; and at 6.40 Mozart's Horn Concerto No 3 in E flat, K44 7, played by David Pyatt with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields under Neville Marriner.
Edinburgh International Festival 2000
Christian Zacharias continues his complete cycle of Mozart piano concertos and tells
Kirsteen McCue how the development of the orchestra changed Mozart's piano writing.
Scottish Chamber Orchestra, ! director Christian Zacharias (piano) ' Mozart Piano Concertos: No 6 in B flat, K238; No 16 in D, K451; No 22 in E flat, K482
A rare foray into the world of church music from this opera composer- a dramatic setting of Psalm 91 composed forthe consecration of Berlin Cathedral in 1853. Margaret Feaviour (soprano), Andrew Murgatroyd (tenor), BBC Singers, conductor Simon Joly Meyerbeer Psalm 91(R)
Isabel Hilton presents the first in a new series of the nightly arts programme which features cultural debate, first-night reviews from the theatre, opera house and concert hall, and interviews with leading players in the arts from Britain and abroad.
Verity Sharp with Nubian roots from Ali Kasan Kuban and Satie's Gnossienne No 6 played on the accordion by Teodoro Anzelotti.
With Jonathan Swain. Mozart Violin
Concerto No 1 in B flat, K20 712.25 CPE Bach Sonata for two flutes, two clarinets and two french horns 12.45 Liszt Ballade No 2 in B minorl.00 Beethoven String
Quartets: in D, Op 18 No 3; in C, Op 59 No 3 (Rasumovsky) 2.00 Berlioz Harold in Italy 2.50 Bruckner Te Deum 3.15 Dvorak Piano Trio in F minor, Op 653.55 Dohnanyi Suite in the Old Style Op 24 4.10
Geminiani Concerto Grosso in E minor, Op 3 No 6 4.20 Mozart Flute Quartet in D, K285 4.35 Michel Corrette Concerto
Comique (Les Sauvages et la
Furstemberg) 4.45 Kreisler Nina 5.00 Dvorak Overture: The King and the Charcoal Burner 5.15 Machaut Ballade 32
(Ploures Dames) 5.30 Marcel Grandjany Rhapsodie 5.45 Sauguet La Nuit