7.00-8.30: Vivaldi Concerto in C for two trumpets, RV537 John Wilbraham and Philip Jones (trumpets), Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner Glinka Kamarinskaya
Pittsburgh SO, conductor William Steinberg Byrd Salve Regina (Cantiones Sacrae No 4) Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, conductor Richard Marlow
8.30-10.00: Schumann Overture: Genoveva
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Zubin Mehta Arvo Part Arbos
Brass Ensemble, conductor Dennis Russell Davies
Dvorak Slavonic Dances: No 10 in E minor, Op 72 No 2; No 9 in B, Op 72 No 1
Israel Symphony Orchestra, conductor Istvan Kertesz
With Sarah Walker.
Rimsky-Korsakov Capriccio Espagnol
Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Eugene Ormandy
10.18 Sor Etudes: No 11 in E minor; No 17 in B flat Andres Segovia (guitar)
10.25 Ravel Bolero Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Herbert von Karajan
10.42 Cage Sonatas: Nos 1, 5 and 6 (Sonatas and Interludes) Gerard Fremy , John Tilbury , Joanna MacGregor (prepared pianos)
10.50 Satie Parade
New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
11.07 Vauqhan Williams Suite: Flos Campi
Christopher Balmer (viola), Liverpool Philharmonic Choir, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley
11.31 BartokSonata for two pianos and percussion Martha Argerich and Stephen Kovacevich (pianos), Michael de Roo and Willy Goudswaard (percussion)
4/5. Domenico Scarlatti is best known for his keyboard sonatas. Today Donald Macleod traces the origins and performance history of these magnificent works. D Scarlatti Sonata in D minor, Kk9 (Pastorale) Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli (piano)
Avison Concerto No 2 in G (after D Scarlatti)
Brandenburg Consort, director Roy Goodman A Scarlatti Cantata: Gia Lusingato Appieno Lynne Dawson (soprano), Purcell Quartet
D Scarlatti Sonatas: in A, Kk113; in F minor, Kk386; in F minor, Kk387; in B minor, Kk27 Mikhail Pletnev (piano) Sonata in D, Kk490
Wanda Landowska (harpsichord)
Introduced by Louise Fryer.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Cheltenham Festival 2007
Another concert from the Pittville Pump Room. Susan Gritton (mezzo), Florestan Trio Haydn Piano Trio in E flat, H XV30
Shostakovich Seven Romances on Verses by Blok, Op 127
Schubert Piano Trio in E flat, D929
2.30 BBC Proms 2007
Another chance to hear Saturday's Prom.
William Dutton (treble), Russell Braun (baritone),
Steven Isserlis (cello), National Youth Choir of Wales, BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Thierry Fischer
Debussy Prélude a I'Apres-Midi d'un Faune Saint-Saens Cello Concerto No I in A minor
Steven Isserlis (cello)
Faure Cantique de Jean Racine: Requiem Repeated from Saturday at 7pm
4.00 From the Bath Festival 2006
Beethoven String Quartet in B flat, Op 18 No 6 Shostakovich String Quartet No 8, Op 110
Sean Rafferty presents music and arts news.
Penny Gore presents tonight's concert live from the Royal Albert Hall ,
London. Daniel Hope (violin), Philip Dukes (viola),
Christian Poltera (cello), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis Delius A Song of Summer Tippett Triple Concerto
8.15 Twenty Minutes: The Adverb
Ian McMillan presents his summer showcase of literary performance recorded in front of an audience at
Cadogan Hall. This week his guest is the writer
Toby Litt who makes a selection of his favourite writings on the Shakespearean theme of conspiracies, double-dealing and skulduggery, and introduces his own specially commissioned piece on the same theme.
8.35 Vaughan Williams Symphony No 5 Repeated on Tuesday 31 July at 2.30pm
2/3. The Council of Clermont and the Launch of the First Crusade. The story of meetings that changed the world, whose consequences still reverberate today. In 1095 Pope Urban II launched the First
Crusade, inspiring thousands of Christians to set out on an armed pilgrimage to Jerusalem. The setting for this dramatic speech was the French town of Clermont, where Urban met with senior clergy for ten days of debate and decree as they struggled to resolve the problems besetting Christian Europe. Saunders travels to the Auvergne to explore this meeting of minds and the changing notions of violence, sin and salvation which led to the launch of the Crusade. Producer Julia Adamson
Presented by Ian Skelly. Violinist James Ehnes begins tonight's programme with Chausson's Poeme, Op 25.
3/3. Selling. Ian Sansom , a self-confessed bibliomaniac, explores the history and characteristics of the breed. Having acquired books, how does one part with them? He examines the example of those who have abandoned their book collections, or otherwise disposed of them, from the unimaginably wealthy, who buy and sell books like portfolios of stocks, to the humble contemporary seller on Amazon.
Rajery performs songs from Madagascar, the New London Consort sing music from 15th century Italy, and La Cumbiamba plays the roots music of Colombia. Introduced by Fiona Talkington.
With Susan Sharpe. Mozart Symphony No 34 in C, K338; Piano Concerto No 24 in C minor, K491; Vorrei Punirti
Indegno (La Finta Giardiniera); Chio Mi Scordi di Te?, K505; Symphony No 38 in D, K504 (Prague) Veronique Gens (soprano), Lars Vogt (piano), Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, conductor Ivor Bolton 2.38 SchutzMarthaus-
Passion, SWV479 3.34 Escher Le Tombeau de Ravel
3.59 Corelli Sonata da Chiesa in F, Op I No 14.05 Haydn
Piano Sonata in D,H XVI 374.15 Rossini Wind Quartet No 6 in F (Andante et Tema con Variazioni) 4.27 Telemann Cantata: Erwachet zum Kriegen, ihr, TW V01 No 481
4.35 Dvorak Scherzo Capriccioso, Op 66 4.49 Debussy Cello Sonata in D minor 5.00 Telemann Trio No 7 (Essercizii Musici) 5.07 Lassus Gratia Sola Dei
5.14 Chopin Rondo in C, Op 7 5.23 Donizetti Overture: La Fille du Regiment 5.32 Schumann Fantasiestucke, Op 73
5.43 J Strauss (son) Wienerblut, Op 354 5.53 Brahms 25 Variations and Fugue on a theme by GF Handel, Op 24
6.19 Mendelssohn Symphony No 4 in A (Italian)
6.47 Franck Choral No 3 in A minor