With Penny Gore.
Telemann Recorder Concerto in C
Peter Holtslag (treble recorder), Parley of Instruments, director Peter Holman
6.40 Hoist Short piano trio in E PirastiTrio
7.00 Kodaly Four Italian Madrigals
GyorGirls' Choir, conductor Miklos Szabo
7.45 Haydn Symphony No 10 in D Hanover Band, conductor Roy Goodman (harpsichord)
8.00 Paul Patterson Westerly Winds Galliard Ensemble
8.45 Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 1
Yefim Bronfman , Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Zubin Mehta
With Penny Gore.
With Donald Macleod. 2: Vienna
Beethoven arrived in Vienna in 1792 with the support and recommendation of his previous employer, the Elector of Cologne, and of his friend Count Waldstein. He soon made a favourable impression, adding the name of Prince Lichnowskyto his group of sponsors and acquaintances. But recent revolutionary experiences in France had made Viennese authorities nervous.
Rondo in C, Op 51 No 1 Alfred Brendel (piano)
Cello Sonata No 2 in G minor, Op 5 No 2 Yo-Yo Ma, Emanuel Ax (piano)
Behold, My Love, How Green the Groves; Sympathy; Could This /// World Have Been Contriv'd; (Scottish Folk Songs, Op 108) Catrin Wyn Davies (soprano),
Toby Spence (tenor), Thomas Allen
(baritone), Malcolm Martineau (piano), Elizabeth Layton and Kryzia Osostowicz (violins), Ursula Smith (cello)
Overture: Coriolan Philharmonia, conductor Otto Klemperer
With Rob Cowan.
Listener's Request: Wagner Overture: TannhäuserPhiladelphia Orchestra, conductor Eugene Ormandy
10.15 Schubert, orch Reger DerErlkonig , D328 Klaus Mertens (baritone), North German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Werner Andreas Albert
10.20 Bach Concerto in D minor for three keyboards, BWV1063 Robert , Gaby and Jean Casadesus (pianos), Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Eugene Ormandy
10.40 Chausson Poème Jascha Heifetz
(violin), San Francisco Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Pierre Monteux
10.54 Bartok String Quartet No 2 Budapest String Quartet
A Week at the Ballet
2: Balanchine. David Bintley explores masterpieces by the man many regard as the most important choreographer of the 20th century: George Balanchine.
Featuring three of Balanchine's great
American ballets, including the Stravinsky score whose neoclassical music inspired from Balanchine a new kind of dance.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. director Elizabeth Layton (violin)
Bach Concerto in D minor for two violins, BWV1043 Elizabeth Layton and Laurence Jackson (violins)
Hindemith The Four Temperaments With Martin Roscoe (piano) Stravinsky Apollo
Tchaikovsky Serenade (slow mvt)
A recital recorded at the Royal Scottish
Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow, last year. Introduced by Geoff Baskerville. Dmitri Alexeev (piano)
Shostakovich 12 Preludes from Opus 34 Schumann Arabesque, Op 18; Piano
Sonata No 1 in F sharp minor, Op 11
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Conductor Joseph Swensen Presented by Sandy Burnett.
Beethoven Overture: Leonore No 3
Bartok Music for strings, percussion and celesta
Mozart Symphony No 41 in C, K551 (Jupiter)
Simon Thomas and Matt Baker 's programme of music for younger listeners includes war music by Prokofiev and some music set to medieval words.
The Four Temperaments. lain Burnside finds songs that match the four temperaments: sanguine, phlegmatic, melancholic and choleric. His selection includes songs by Schubert, Mahler, Dowland, Charles Trenet, Monty Python and Joni Mitchell.
Russian cellist Alexander Ivashkin and Czech pianist Radoslav Kvapil play live.
Star-child is the American composer George Crumb 's largest-scale work, scored for huge forces including two children's choirs, eight percussion players playing a vast assortment of instruments, including pot-lids and chains, handbell ringers and off-stage trumpets.
Hoist's Planets suite concludes with Colin Matthews 's recent addition, Pluto.
Valdine Anderson (soprano), Columba Ringers, New London Children's Choir, BBC Symphony Chorus, conductor Kazushi Ono
Conductors Kazushi Ono ,
Christopher Austin , Rumon Gamba and John Gibbons Hoist Suite: The Planets
Colin Matthews Pluto
What's the Big Idea? In the first of an occasional series, Richard Coles explores the concept of hedonism. He traces the idea from Aristippus and the Cyrenniac school of hedonism in 400 BC, through the philosophy of John Stuart Mill , to the modern-day advocates of the hedonistic imperative, who claim that genetic engineering and nanotechnology can be used to abolish suffering in all sentient life.
Jew's harp music from India, Moroccan-inspired rhythms from saxophonist Trevor Watts , and a horseback field recording of Tuvan throat singing group Huun-Huur-Tu. Introduced by Fiona Talkington.
With Susan Sharpe. Dittersdorf Symphony
No 3 in G (VerwandlungActaeons in einen Hirsch) 12.20 Clara Schumann Piano Trio in G minor, Op 1712.50 Chopin Ballade in A flat, Op 4 71.00 Bach Trio Sonata in G minor, BWV527CPE Bach Sonata in C, Wql94 Bach Sonata in D, BWV1028 Telemann Concerto No 1 in D, TWV42 Bach Prelude and Fugue in B minor,
BWV869 (Well Tempered Klavier, Book 1) Louis-Antoine Dornel Suite No 4 for flute, violin and continuo 2.10 Brahms Song of Destiny, Op 54 2.25 Dohnanyi Cello Sonata in B flat minor, Op 8 2.50 Janacek Capriccio for left hand and wind 3.20 Strauss
Transformation scene (Daphne)
3.30 Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 1 in G minor3.50 Handel Solitudini Amates
(Alessandro) 4.05 Alberta Suriani Partita for harp 4.15 Sullivan Overture: lolanthe
4.35 Beethoven 13 Variations on Es War
Einmal ein, WoO66 4.50 Diepenbrock
Academische Feestmars 5.00 Leclair Trio
Sonata in G minor, Op 4 No 5 5.10 Vivaldi Concerto da Camera in C, RV87
5.20 Pranzer Concert Duo No 4
5.35 Humperdinck Dream Scene (Hansel und Gretel) 5.45 Stravinsky Ave Maria