With Penny Gore. Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Posse Variations on the Carnival of Venice Susan Drake (harp)
Dittersdorf Double Bass Concerto No 2 in D Chi-Chi Nwanoku , Swedish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Paul Goodwin
Sairrt-Saens Morceau de Concert in F minor, Op 94 Hermann Baumann (horn), Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
8.30-10.00: Ritter Sinfonia Concertante in F Karl-Otto Hartmann and Eberhard Buschmann (bassoons), Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Ion Brown Shostakovich Violin Concerto No 1
Maxim Vengerov ,
LSO, conductor Mstislav Rostropovich
With Penny Gore. Music includes:
With Rob Cowan.
Stravinsky Scherzo a la Russe
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor David Atherton
10.05 Giminez Romanza (La Tempranica) Teresa Berganza (mezzo),
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Enrique Garcia Asensio
10.12 Schumann Bunte Blatter , Op 99 Clara Haskil (piano)
10.22 Vitali, arr Respighi Chaconne in G minor, Op 7 No 3 Vasa Prihoda (violin), Turin RAI Orchestra, conductor Armando Gramegna
10.36 Kalman Love Is Love; Long Live
Love; The Swallows (The Gypsy Princess) Anne Roselle (soprano), Jan Peerce
(tenor), unnamed orchestra and conductor
10.44 Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in Fminor, Op 21 Clara Haskil (piano), Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conductor Rafael Kubelik
11.15 Lehar Introduction; Vilja-Lied (Die lustige Witwe, Act 2) Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano), Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Otto Ackermann
11.25 Sigmund Romberg Suite: Blossom Time Waltzes Performed by the composer and his orchestra
11.29 Oscar Straus Da draussen im duftenden Garten (Ein Waltzertraum)
Richard Tauber (tenor), unnamed orchestra, conductor Franz Schonbaumsfeld
11.33 Schoenberg Chamber Symphony No 1, Op 9 Unnamed ensemble, conductor Hermann Scherchen
4/5. Donald Macleod introduces the biggest and most glorious of Purcell's odes, Hail Bright Cecilia, written for the patron saint of music's celebrations of 1692. St Cecilia 's Day Ode: Hail, Bright Cecilia
Susan Hamilton and Siri Thornhill (sopranos), Robin Blaze and Martin van derZeijst
(countertenors), Mark Padmore (tenor), Jonathan Arnold , Peter Harvey and Jonathan Brown (basses), Collegium Vocale , director Philippe Herreweghe Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight
7/12. PetrocTrelawny presents a recital from Symphony Hall, Birmingham, by Evgenia Rubinova , silver medallist at last year's Leeds Piano Competition. Brahms Four Pieces, Op 118
Beethoven Piano Sonata in A flat, Op 110
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
BBC NOW performs in the first complete recording of Vaughan Williams's "romantic extravaganza" The Poisoned Kiss, in which Dipsacus tries to take revenge on his former lover, Empress Persicaria, by nurturing his daughter Tormentilla on poison so that she can attract and kiss
Amaryllus, the Empress's son, to death.
Meanwhile, the Empress has been raising her son on antidotes.
Presented by Louise Fryer.
Vaughan Williams The Poisoned Kiss
Adrian Partington Singers, conductor Richard Hickox
Brian Kay brings in the spring with a selection of seasonal light music.
With Sean Rafferty.
4/5. Joan Bakewell explores beliefwith Rabbi Dame Julia Neuberger , the first woman to have sole charge of a synagogue, who reflects on herfamily roots in German Jewry and on her championing of ethical values.
Mozart made arrangements of several of Handel's oratorios for private performance, and his version of Messiah, with additional parts for woodwind and other alterations, was first performed in 1789. It is an extraordinary and beautiful hybrid of both composers' art. Sung complete and in English, this performance is recorded in the chapel of King's College, Cambridge. Presented by Susan Sharpe.
Alison Smart and Margaret Feaviour (sopranos), Sian Menna (mezzo),
John Bowley (tenor), Stuart Macintyre (baritone), BBC Singers, BBC Concert
Orchestra, conductor Stephen Cleobury Handel, arr Mozart Messiah
Fiona Talkington with a feast of musical delights, including 0 Sacrum Convivium by Matthew Owens , and Holburns Passion played by Jacob Heringman. Plus music to lead in to Good Friday.
5/5. Donald Macleod looks at the work of two friends whose compositions used elements of indigenous American music: Copland and Chavez. Repeatedfrom Friday
With Jonathan Swain.
Liszt Via Crucis Bach Four organ chorales Igor Kuljeric 0 Cross, Hold Us in Your Mercy 1.45 Moyzes Symphony No 3
2.10 Regamey Concerto for violin and cello 2.30 Penderecki Miserere
2.35 Schierbeck Andante Dolorosa,
Op 5 7 No 2 2.40 Mozart String Quartet in B flat, K589 3.05 JM Kraus Symphonie Funebre in C minor 3.25 Anon The
Bordesholm Lament of Virgin Mary
(excerpts) 4.05 Beethoven Piano Sonata in G, Op 14 No 2 4.20 Fesch Concerto in G minor for two flutes, Op 5 No 2
4.30 Schreker Der Schatzgraber
4.45 Chopin Prelude in A flat, Op 28 No 17
4.50 Praetorius Kyrie Martyrum
5.00 Benoit Ave Regina ; Victimae Paschali
5.05 Mozetich Procession 5.20 Bajamonti Symphony in C 5.25Gesualdo 0 Vos Omnes
5.30 Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis 5.45 Byrd Echo Galliard 5.50 Bodinus Trio in G for oboe and two bassoons 6.00 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 5 in D, BWV1050
6.20 Kelemen Variations 6.30 Geminianl
Concerto Grosso in D, Op 7 No 1
6.40 Anon Easter Melody
6.45 Wagner Overture: Tannhauser