With Martin Handley.
Mozart Litaniae Lauretanae , K109
6.20 Locatelli Concerto in E flat, Op 4 No 10 (Da Camera)
7.00 Wagner Overture: Das Liebesverbot
7.30 Bach Cantata No 42: Am Abend aber
8.15 Korngold Film music: The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex
8.45Schmitt Reves, Op 65
With Martin Handley.
Stephanie Hughes presents performances from some of the best recent concerts from around Europe, inciudinganonymous 17thand 18th-century songs from the Baltimore Consort and chamber music by Paul Juon.
9.05 Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 in DminorDeszo Ranki (piano), Bavarian Radio Orchestra, conductor Jorg-Peter Weigle
9.15 Ysaye Poeme No 2 (Au Rouet)
Antal Salay (violin), Anna Granik (piano)
9.30 Brahms Variations on a theme by Haydn, Op 56a Vienna Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev
9.55 CPE Bach Harpsichord Concerto in A, Wq29 Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, director Richard Eggar (harpsichord)
10.50 Shostakovich Concerto for piano, trumpet and strings, Op 35
Marko Martin (piano), Aleksei Sats
(trumpet), Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, conductor Juha Kangas
11.15 Saint-Saens Piano Trio No 1 in F, Op 18 Altenberg Trio
11.45 Brahms Selig Sind die Toten (Ein
Deutsches Requiem) SWR Vocal Ensemble, North German Radio Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Kent Nagano Producer David Gallagher
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Ivan Hewett talks to conductor Lorin Maazel , who is visiting Britain with the Vienna
Philharmonic Orchestra, and investigates the theorythat digital editing has killed off interpretation in real music making.
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London, presented by Verity Sharp. Pieter Wispelwey (cello)
Bach Cello Suite No 2 in D minor, BWV1008 Britten Cello Suite No 2, Op 80
Borodin Quartet. The first of two programmes celebrating BBC archive recordings of the Borodin Quartet.
Today's programme includes music by Ravel from the 1962 Edinburgh Festival and the first UK performance of Shostakovich's String Quartet No 12. Presented by Stephen Johnson.
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Music includes Eric Coates conducting a performance of his The Jester at the Wedding, Frederick Curzon 's Galvantand Waldteufel 's waltz TresJolie.
Regional Variations (2)
Chris de Souza looks at Mendelssohn's Symphony no.4 "Italian", with the help of musical examples played by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Peter Stark.
Regional Variations (2)
A series in which John Tusa, managing director of the Barbican Centre, talks to leading creative figures about their work. His guests this week are Gilbert and George. Show more
By Wole Soyinka. A comic and outlandish look at dictatorship. Nigerian Nobel Prize-winner Soyinka has adapted for radio his own stage play, which is loosely based on Alfred Jarry 's Ubu Roi.
Drumming and musical director TunjiOyelana Trumpet/bugle Tobias Sturmer Director Pauline Harris
An Easter Sequence. Including poems by George Herbert , Isaac Watts ,
Gerald Manley Hopkins , Christina Rossetti and AEHousman. Presented by Paul Guinery. Arr Wood This Joyful Eastertide
Cambridge Singers, conductor John Rutter Victoria 0 Vos Omens
Tallis Scholars, director Peter Phillips
John Browne Jesu , Mercy, HowMayThisBe? The Sixteen, director Harry Christophers James MacMillan ... Here in Hiding.... Hilliard Ensemble
Handel Since by Man Came Death (Messiah) The Sixteen Choirand
Orchestra, conductor Harry Christophers Byrd Christ RisingChoir of Queen's College, Oxford, director Owen Rees
Bach Cantata No 66: Erfreut Euch, Ihr Herzen Kai Wessell (alto), James Taylor (tenor), Peter Kooy (bass), Collegium Vocale , director Phillipe Herreweghe Thea Musgrave Rorate Coeli
BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Cleobury Vaughan Williams Easter (Five Mystical
Songs) John Shirley Quirk (baritone), Choir of King's College, Cambridge, conductor David Willcocks
Delia Jones (mezzo), Celia Cragg (cor anglais), conductor Grant Llewellyn
James MacMillan The World's Ransoming Peter Maxwell Davies Stone Litany Julian Philips Strange Seas
New York theatre company The Wooster Group present a specially commissioned radio feature. Recorded over several years using hidden microphones and phone taps, The Peggy Carstairs Report features personal confessions, banal chatter and open confrontation woven around music and song taken from their latest stage show To You the Birdie!
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall talk to rock producer Steve Albini , curator of the All Tomorrow's Parties festival, about his favourite performers, including the Fall, the Lonesome Organist and the Danielson Famille. Plus an eclectic mix of music on CD.
With Susan Sharpe.
Schubert Overture in the Italian Style in D, D590 12.15 Brahms Four songs for women's voices, two horns and harp,
Op 17 12.25 Beethoven String Trio in C minor, Op 9 No 31.00 A concert of choral music by Schutz and Johann Nepomuk
David. 2.10 Paganini Violin Concerto No 1 in D2.45 Grieg Symphonic Dances, Op 64
3.10 Lars-Erik Larsson Nine songs to poems by Hjalmar Gulberg
3.25 Saint-Saens Carnival of the Animals
3.50 Tchaikovsky Fantasy Overture:
Romeo and Juliet 4.15 Gesualdo Miserere
4.30 Handel Se Pieta di Me Non Sentir
(Giulio Cesare ) 4.45 Aarre Merikanto Serenade for cello and orchestra
5.00 Goldmark Overture: Im Fruhling
5.10 Mozart Symphony No 26 in E flat,
K184 5.20 Musorgsky Where Art Thou Little Star? 5.35 Johannes Schweiter Sancta
Maria 5.50 Turina Rapsodia Sinfonica