With Martin Handley.
Graham Peel The Early Morning Felicity Lott (soprano), Graham Johnson (piano)
6.45 Majumdar RagJainjhoti Ronu Majumdar (bansuri), Abhijit Banerjee (tabla)
7.00 Martin Mass for double choir
Choir of Westminster Cathedral, conductor James O'Donnell
7.35 Avison Concerto Grosso No 9 in C
(after Domenico Scarlatti ) English Concert, conductor Trevor Pinnock
8.10 Strauss Oboe Concerto in D
Hansjorg Schellenberger, Berlin PO, conductor James Levine
8.35 Bruckner Os Justi Meditabitur
Corydon Singers, conductor Matthew Best
With Martin Handley.
Stephanie Hughes presents a selection of music from recent concerts around
Europe. This week more highlights from the Edinburgh Festival and music from the Lucerne and Utrecht Festivals. Plus a review of arts news from the Sunday papers with Cathy Packe.
Haydn Overture: // Mondo della Luna Berlin Academy of Ancient Music, director Rene Jacobs
9.20 Ravel Rapsodie Espagnole
Anthony and Joseph Paratore (pianos)
10.10 Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 2
Nikolai Znaider , St Petersburg PO, conductor Yuri Temirkanov
10.40 Britten Canticle No 1: My Beloved Is Mine David Daniels (countertenor), Ian Bostridge (tenor), Christopher Maltman (baritone), Julius Drake (piano),
David McClenaghan (horn), Aline Brewer (harp)
11.00 Buxtehude Membra Jesu Nostri, BuxWV75 (excerpt The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers
11.15 Tchaikovsky Ballet: The
Nutcracker, Act 2 St Petersburg PO, conductor Yuri Temirkanov
Producer David Gallagher.
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Graeme Kay picks out the highlights of the Proms and arts festivals around the world. This week he assesses the work of Proms composer Augusta Read Thomas, and there is a report from the Haydn Festival in Eisenstadt.
Another chance to hear last Monday's recital from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Samuel West (narrator), Britten Sinfonia Soloists, conductor Nicholas Cleobury Stravinsky The Soldier's rate(R)
Stephen Johnson introduces the first of two programmes which profile the career of English clarinettist Jack Brymer , illustrated with recordings from the BBC archive. Includes music by Schubert and Arnold, and a 1964 recording with the BBCSO and Malcolm Sargent of Mozart's Clarinet Concerto in A, K622.
Rpt from yesterday 12 noon
Brian Kay 's selection this week includes a cab driver's song from Vienna, music by Robert Stolz and film music by Erich Korngold. Featured composers forthe month are the "Frankfurt Five", beginning with Roger Quilter and Where the Rainbow Ends, performed by the Northern Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox.
Regional Variations (2)
Roger Nichols looks at the grandest of Mozart's piano concertos: no.25 in C major, K503. With specially-recorded musical examples, played by Piers Lane and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Show more
Richard Morrison explores what motivates this extraordinary musician, talking to close musical colleagues and friends, including Pierre Boulez , Edward Said , Semyon Bychov , Maxim Vengerov , and orchestral musicians and critics from
Berlin, Chicago and Israel. See BBC Proms 2001, Friday 7pm
Sonata for two pianos and percussion
Martin Roscoe and Peter Donohoe (pianos) with Colin Currie and Julian Warburton
(percussion) in a performance recorded at Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, last year. (R)
Live from the Royal Albert Hall, London. Sandy Burnett presents the exploits of a popular 12th-century German prankster portrayed by Strauss, works composed in America by Bartok and Rachmaninov, and a journey "out of light into darkness" in Julian Philips's first Proms commission.
Andreas Haefliger (piano), BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Strauss Till Eulenspiegel
Bartok Piano Concerto No 3
7.50 Twenty Minutes: Young Composers
Sarah Walker presents the winning pieces from this year's Guardian/BBC Proms Young Composers Competition.
Anthony Cardona Study
Chris Litherland Masquerade
Alissa Firsova Les Pavots
8.10 Julian Philips Out of Light (BBC commission; first performance)
Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances, Op 45
(Repeated next Monday 2pm)
Dramatised for radio by James Friel from the novel by Iris Murdoch. Rupert and Hilda celebrate the anniversary of their long and loving marriage, but death, destruction and despair stalkthem.
Original music composed by Howard Davidson. Directed by Maria Aitken (R)
With Robert Sandall and Mark Russell.
Includes an interview with Canadian electronic music composer Sarah Peebles.
With Jill Anderson.
Liszt Study No 5 in E (La Chasse) (Transcendental Studies after Paganini)
12.10 Albeniz Rapsodia Espanola, Op 70
12.25 Granados El Tra La Lay el Punteado; El Majo Discreto (Tonadillas al Estilo Antiguo)
12.40 Sibelius Song of the Earth, Op 93
1.00 Liszt, arr Busoni Rhapsodie Espagnole
Liszt Introduction et Polonaise (from Bellini's "I Puritani"); A Faust Symphony
2.35 Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat, Op 9 (Archduke)
3.15 Shostakovich Cello Concerto No 1, Op 107
3.45 Haydn, arr Salomon Symphony No 94 in G (Surprise)
4.05 Hurlebusch Concerto in A minor for two oboes and violin
4.20 Hacomplaynt Salve Regina
4.30 Quantz Trio Sonata in E flat
4.40 Copland El Salon Mexico
4.50 Mendelssohn Rondo Capriccioso in E, Op 14
5.00 Wagner A Faust Overture
5.10 Liszt Mephisto Waltz No 1 (Der Tanzin der Dorfschenke)
5.20 Chabrier Rapsodie: Espana
5.30 Thalberg Tarantelle, Op 65
5.40 Milhaud Segoviana, Op 366
5.50 Friedrich Kunzen Overture: Der Fest der Winzer