With Penny Gore.
Weber Invitation to the Dance
Chicago SO, conductor Fritz Reiner
6.12 Schein Freue Dich des Weibes
Deiner Jugend Ensemble Vocal Européen, director Philippe Herreweghe
7.00 Smetana Dance of the Comedians
(The Bartered Bride) London Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras
7.45 Monteverdi Volgendo il Ciel La Capella Reial de Catalunya, director Jordi Savall
8.00 lbert Bacchanale
Montreal SO, conductor Charles Dutoit
8.40 Dutilleux Ballet: Le Loup (excerpts) Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conductor Georges Pretre
With Penny Gore.
Donald Macleod introduces music written by William Byrd during his time in London as Gentleman and Organist of the Chapel Royal, and compositions for Byrd's numerous benefactors, including Queen Elizabeth herself.
Emendemus in Melius; Domine,
Secundum Actum Meum ; Rejoice unto the Lord; The Queen's Alman; Browning My Dear; Passing Measures Pavan and Galliard; Walsingham; Crowned with Flow'rs and Lilies
Hilary Mantel is at work on a memoir of Polish playwright Stanislawa Przybyszewska.
Andrew McGregor and Lucy Duran with a taste of what's in store latertoday.
Brian Kay presents the Vienna
Philharmonic Orchestra's traditional new year concert of music by the Strauss family and friends, live from the Golden Hall of Vienna's Musikverein. Joining them for the first time this year as guest conductor is Seiji Ozawa , who becomes music director of the Vienna State Opera laterthis year. Alongside old favourites like the Blue Danube and WienerBlut waltzes and the Radetzky March, his programme shows a particular penchant forthe rich and often melancholic genius of Josef Strauss -younger brother of the Waltz King. "Josef," said Johann, " is the more gifted of us two - -I'm merely the more popular."
10.50 Interval: The Trout Sextet, or The One That Got Away
In summer 1819 the famous singer Johann Michael Vogl takes his young composer friend Franz Schubert on a holidaytripto Upper Austria, with unexpected musical results....
11.15 Part 2
Lucy Duran and Andrew McGregor celebrate the new year with a whole day of world music from around the globe.
Starting in Australia, World Music Day 2002 makes a whirlwind journey westward through the musical and new-year traditions of Korea, India, Russia, Mali, Romania, Greece, Corsica, Morocco, Ireland, Venezuela and North America, with top performers playing live from all over the world.
12.40 From Alice Springs, Clarry Satour introduces the storytelling of Aboriginal singer, songwriter and guitarist Frank Yamma - a Pitjantjatjara man from Australia's central desert.
1.10 Korean Samul Nori drumming from Kim Duk Soo, who will feature in the 2002 World Cup theme tune, with Pan Suri singing star Ahn Sook Sun in Seoul.
1.40 Mercury Prize nominee Susheela Raman in the studio is joined in Bombay by sitar and surbahar player Irshad Khan.
2.20 Simon Broughton joins the team for the link-up with Dimitri Oukhov in Moscow, featuring six-part Russian polyphony from the Pokrovsky ensemble and the flutes, pipes and folklore of Sergei Starostin.
3.05 From Paris, singer-songwriter Rokia Traore brings her particular fusion of Malian traditions.
3.35 Traditional new-year music from the choirs and orchestras of Romania contrasts with the village music of gypsy bands, such as Taraf de Haidouks.
4.10 Georgios Markakis introduces a quartet of Lyra players, with Ross Daly and Eleni Kalinopolou combining Cretan and Turkish playing styles from the Athens studio.
4.45 Andrew McGregor's odyssey through the politics of the Corsican polyphony renaissance.
5.15 Spiritual trance music from Tyor Gnaoua in Marrakesh, and Morrocan Dar (which means "house" in Arabic) from British-based band Momo in the studio.
5.45 Chieftains' flautist Matt Malloy opens the doors to his pub in Westport,
County Mayo, to the rousing sound of our annual Irish session.
6.30 From Mexico, the Son Jarocho band Monoblanco, led by Gilberto Gutierez, join Rafael Figueroa in the studio.
7.00 Another chance to hear highlights from this year's Kiezmer Promenade concert.
8.00 John Schaefer introduces a selection of vibrant sounds from New York.
Verity Sharp presents a live concert featuring four distinctive bands playing music from Africa, India, South America and the Middle East. UK-based Zohar describe their music as "a middle-eastern voyage into sound" and combine sampled Jewish and Arabic voices with their own contemporary and ambient beats.
Conjunto Sabroso is one of the most original Latin bands to have emerged in the UKtoday. Featuring the sound of the Cuban tres this lively ten-piece band brings together musicians from all over Latin America, led by charismatic
Colombian singer Luz Elena. Supergroup Alaap - the "Godfathers of Bhangra" - were founded in 1977. They have collaborated with the biggest Bollywood names in India and have had countless hits featuring their combination of virtuosic vocals, brilliant percussion and sheer personality. And the Bhundu Boys: a feel-good band who put the sound of Zimbabweanjitjive on the map. The Los Angeles Times recently described them as "simply a sensational group".
With Jill Anderson.
Julije Skjavetic, transcr Lovro Zupanovic Madrigal: Pace Non Trov'
12.10 Nielsen Flute Concerto
12.30 Papandopulo Sinfonietta
1.00 The Empire Resounds
The last in a series of recitals of music from the time of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles I, featuring works by Arnolt Schlick, Ludwig Senfl, Johann Walter, Heinrich Isaac, Arnold von Bruck and Sixt Dietrich.
2.15 Bach Partita No 6 in E minor, BWV830
2.45 Schumann Cello Concerto in A minor
3.10 Kalevi Aho Symphony No 7 (Insect)
3.55 Sibelius Valse Triste
4.05 Cavalli Dixit Dominus
4.20 Georg Bohm Chorale Variations: Auf Meinen Lieben Gott
4.30 Haydn Violin Concerto in C, H Vila 1
4.50 Papandopulo Hommage a BACH
5.05 Beethoven 10 Variations on Ich Bin der Schneider Kakadu
5.25 Guerrero Di Perra Mora
5.30 Auber Overture: Fra Diavolo
5.45 Liszt Fantasia on two themes from The Marriage of Figaro