With Penny Gore.
Suk A Winter's Tale, Op 9
Slovak RSO, conductor Andrew Mogrelia
6.15 Blow Sonata in A Parley of Instruments, director Peter Holman
6.45 Harle Rosie-Blood (Sederunt) William Purefoy (countertenor), Paul Clarvis
(percussion), John Harle (saxophones/ bass clarinet/keyboards), London Voices
7.00 Harty A Comedy Overture Ulster Orchestra, conductor Bryden Thomson
7.30 Irving Fine Diversions for orchestra Moscow Radio Orchestra, conductor Joel Spiegelman
8.00 D'lndy Poemes des Rivages (excerpts) Monte Carlo PO, conductor Georges Pretre
8.20 Brahms Hungarian Dances Nos 1, 3 and 5 Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
8.40 Liszt Angelus
Zsuzsa Elekes (harmonium)
With Penny Gore.
(C1505-85). With Donald Macleod.
Thomas Tallis was witness to one of the most turbulent periods ever seen in the history of the church, in which the country's faith seesawed between Catholic and Protestant, triggered by the larger-than-life figure of Henry VIII. There was an inevitable effect on all aspects of the church service, including music. Today Donald Macleod looks at some of the works Tallis wrote during the last years of Henry's reign, at a time when there was a move towards a new kind of plain speaking in music. WhyFumeth in Fight Tallis Scholars
Salve Intemerata Winchester Cathedral Choir, director David Hill
Sancte Deus Oxford Camerata, director Jeremy Summerly
Mass for four voices Hilliard Ensemble Producer Deborah Preston
With Rob Cowan. Featuring Haydn's Paris symphonies and recordings by violinist Nathan Milstein.
Haydn Symphony No 82 in C (Bear) Stockholm Chamber Orchestra, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
10.24 Ravel Valses Nobles et
Sentimentales Artur Rubinstein (piano)
10.40 Glazunov Violin Concerto in A minor
Nathan Milstein , RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, conductor William Steinburg
11.00 Byrd Sellinger 's Round Andreas Staier (harpsichord)
11.06 Musorgsky Where Art Thou, Little Star?; LullabyGalina Vishnevskaya
(soprano), LSO, conductor Igor Markevitch
11.16 Mendelssohn Konzertstucke ,
Opll4 LudmillaPeterkova (clarinet),
Nicolas Baideyrou (basset horn), Prague Philharmonia, conductor Jiri Belohlavek
Great Orchestras: Bavarian Radio
Jonathan Swain introduces this week's programmes featuring recent live recordings of the Bavarian Radio
Symphony Orchestra. Founded in 1949, the orchestra's conductors have included
Colin Davis , Bernard Haitink ,
Lorin Maazel , Esa-Pekka Salonen and Wolfgang Sawallisch , each of whom lefttheirmark. Today's programme shows how the orchestra excelled in both the Viennese classics and Romantic Slavic repertoire. Mozart Symphony No 33 in B flat, K319 Conductor Colin Davis
Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture: Romeo and JulietConductor Wolfgang Sawallisch Dvorak Symphony No 8 in G
Conductor Wolfgang Sawallisch
Live from the Wigmore Hall in London.
Pieter Wispelwey (cello)
Bach Cello Suite No 2 in D minor, BWV1008
Britten Cello Suite No 2, Op 80 Repeated Sunday lpm
Conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Presented by Paul Guinery. Ravel Rapsodie Espagnole
Falla Nights in the Gardens of Spain Philippe Cassard (piano)
Falla The Three Cornered Hat: Suite No 2 Debussy Fantaisie for piano and orchestra Philippe Cassard
Dutllleux The Shadows of Time
Brush Up Your Shakespeare
Edward Seckerson explores the role of the Bard in the Broadway musical, including music from Kiss Me, Kate, Two Gentlemen of Verona, and West Side Story.
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Rostropovichs 75th Birthday Gala Concert
Leading international musicians join the London Symphony Orchestra to celebrate the 75th birthday of the great cellist and conductor Mstislav Rostropovich - "Slava" to his friends. The music ranges from
Musorgsky and Ravel through Prokofiev and Rachmaninov, Bartokand Bernstein , to a birthday commission from Georgian composer Giya Kancheli , featuring violinist Gidon Kremer : 2 Great Slava from 2 GKs. Performers include: Gidon Kremer and Maxim Vengerov (violins),
Yuri Bashmet (viola), Martha Argerich and Evgeny Kissin (pianos), conductors Colin Davis , Mariss Jansons , Zubin Mehta , Krzysztof Penderecki and Seiji Ozawa
Richard Coles talks to Tom Paulin about "The Invasion Handbook", the first instalment of his new poem about the Second World War, which opens with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles and charts the origins of the war through the collapse of the Weimar Republic and Hitler's rise to power. Also tonight, an exploration of non-British poetic responses to the Second World War.
Verity Sharp rediscovers the seminal work of Bucks Fizz and explores the legacy of eighties composers Stock, Aitken and Waterman. Plus part of the Ursonate sound poem by dadaist Kurt Schwitters, Frank Zappa playing the bazouki, and Mongolian ethno-jazz from Borte.
With Susan Sharpe. Balaklrev Tamara
12.30 Domenico Auletta Harpsichord
Concerto 12.50 Max Dubois Flute Quartet
1.00 Schoenberg Scherzo in F for string quartetSchumann Piano Quintet in Eflat, Op 44 Dvorak Serenade in D minor for wind and strings, Op 442.05 JE Bach Passion Oratorio 3.40 Guilmant Symphony No 1 in D minor4.00 Ponchielll Capriccio 4.10
Dowland Thou Mighty God; When David's Life; When the Poore Criple (A Pilgrim's
Solace) 4.25 Jan Krtitel Kuchar Fantasia No 2 in D minor4.35 Zelenski Overture: In the Tatras 4.45 Wagner Prelude to Act 1: Die Meistersinger von NurnbergS.05 John Wilbye Draw On Sweet Night 5.15 Glazunov Lyric Poem in D flat, Op 12
5.25 Henri Albicastro Concerto a 4, Op 7 No 12 5.35 Weber Andante and Rondo Ungarese in C minor, Op 35
5.45Czemy Brilliant Polonaise, Op 296