With Martin Handley.
CPE Bach Quartet in G, Wq95
Wilbert Hazelzet (flute), Wiel Peeters (viola), Richte van der Meer (cello), director Ton Koopman (harpsichord)
6.10 Byrd Te Deum (The Great Service) Tallis Scholars , conductor Peter Phillips
7.00 Purcell Te Oeum Choir and Orchestra of the Collegium Vocale, conductor Philippe Herreweghe
7.40 Haydn Symphony No 26 in D minor (Lamentatione) Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor Frans Bruggen
8.00 Bernstein Overture: Candide
London Symphony Orchestra conducted by the Composer
8.35 Messiaen L 'Ascension (Four Symphonic Meditations)
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leopold Stokowski
With Martin Handley.
Tommy Pearson stands in for Stephanie Hughes to present music from recent performances around Europe, including concerts from two cities affected by the recent floods - Dresden and Prague. And at 10.00 today's guest is The Guardian architecture correspondent, Jonathan Glancey. Music includes:
Tchaikovsky Polonaise (Eugene Onegin ) Frankfurt RSO , conductor Hugh Wolff
9.15 Schumann Fantasiestucke , Op 73 Sabine Meyer (clarinet),
Alexander Lonquich (piano)
9.25 Bach Cantata No 125: Mit Fried und Freund Fahrlch Dahin Johanette Zomer (soprano), Ingeborg Danz (contralto), Jan Kobow (tenor), Peter Kooy (bass),
Collegium Vocale , conductor Philippe Herreweghe
9.50 Beethoven Overture: The
Consecration of the House Festival
Orchestra, conducted by Helmuth Rilling
10.30 Bartok Piano Sonata
11.10 Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 65 No 4 (Lark) Hartog Quartet
11.35 Dvorak The Wild Dove, Op 110
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Libor Pesek
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In the second of his visits to places where Bach lived and worked, Joshua Rifkin travels to Arnstadt and Miihlhausen.
Bach's present-day successor at
Arnstadt's 300-year-old 'NewChurch', Gottfried Preller , demonstrates the new organ built as an exact copy of the instrument Bach knew, and leading Bach scholar Ulrich Leisinger takes us to the St Blasius Church in Muhlhausen, where Bach's first large-scale cantatas were composed and performed. See tomorrow 9am
Another chance to hear Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall, London. Pianist Joanna MacGregor introduces and plays a programme which includes works by Dowland, Ligeti, Messiaen and Chick Corea. She is joined by saxophonist Andy Sheppard and Aref Durvesh on tabla.
Piers Lane reflects on BBC archive recordings by the English pianist Denis Matthews who, in the 1950s and the 1980s, was as well known for his broadcasts about music as he was for his performances. Matthews had a special love for the music of Beethoven and Mozart, and this programme includes piano works by Beethoven and Bach,
Mozart's Fantasy and Sonata in C minor and The Indian Diary by Busoni.
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Tea for Two, a policeman's song and the Piccadilly Hoedown arejustsomeofthe gems on offer today. Ron Goodwin forsakes the skies for the ocean waves in his Drake 400 Suite, and Erich Kunzel conducts the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra in Victor Herbert 's American Fantasia.
Regional Variations (2)
Chris de Souza finds a world of invention in one of Bach's greatest masterworks, his Partita No. 2 for solo violin. Music performed by Walter Reiter.
Trisha Brown has been pushing back the boundaries of contemporary dance since the early 1960s when she made works that required the performer, in a harness, to walk down the side of a building in Manhattan. Christopher Cook went to New York in its first winter without Twin
Towers to spend time with the choreographer whose dances have grown out of the city's architecture and who lives just 20 blocks away from the scene of last year's terrorist attacks.
Shostakovich String Quartets: No 2, Op 68; No 12, Op 133
Edinburgh International Festival 2002
From the Edinburgh International Festival Paul Guinery introduces a performance of the original chamber version of Rossini's Little Solemn Mass given at the Usher Hall. Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle
Gweneth-Ann Jeffers (soprano), Anna Burford (mezzo), Peter Wedd (tenor)
Tim Mirfin (baritone), Malcolm Martineau (piano), Scottish Opera Chorus, conductor David Jones
Jesus Hopped the "A" Train
The first radio production of Stephen Adley Guirgis's much praised and emotionally devastating prison drama in which an impressionable young prisoner has his life changed when forced to exercise alongside a mass-murderer - who claims to have found God.
A LAByrinth Theater company production originally directed forthe stage by Philip Seymour Hoffman Producer Gordon House
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce another unique mix of musical styles and influences.
With John Shea.
D'lndy Le Campde Wallenstein, Op 12
12.15 Beethoven Violin Sonata in A minor, Op 23
12.35 Strauss Suite: Der Rosenkavalier
1.00 D'lndy Surla Mer , Op 32; Chants Populaires Frangais (Op 82, Op 90,
Op 100) (excerpts) Havergal Brian Ten
Choral Songs 1.50 Ravel Suite: Ma Mère I'Oye 2.20 Enescu Octet in C, Op 7
3.00 Fodor Symphony No 3 in C minor
3.25 Chausson Concerto in D for violin, piano and string quartet
4.05 Robert Johnson Full Fathom Five; Where the Bee Sucks
4.20 CFE Horneman Overture: Aladdin
4.35 Jeno Hubay Spinning Room
4.50 Purcell Funeral Music for Queen Mary
5.00 Debussy Petite Suite for piano duet
5.10 Mozart Four Minuets for orchestra, K601
5.30 AulisSallinen The Age of Iron, Op 55