Jane Jones is here Monday to Wednesday from 8pm with two hours of full works. On Thursday and Friday, Catherine Bott is in the hot seat.
It's the Autumn Equinox - so Jane Jones has some suitably seasonal music.
On tonight’s Full Works Concert, Jane Jones marks the Autumnal Equinox with music inspired by this season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. We’ll hear from Grieg and Mendelssohn, as well as something from Paul McCartney’s classical repertoire, and a piece that Vaughan Williams originally composed for the Women's Institute.
His Folk Songs for the Four Seasons started life as a cantata for women's voices, bringing together two of the composer's personal loves: his championing of amateur music making and his life-long fascination for English folk-song.
DISCOVER: When Vaughan Williams composed for the Women's Institute >
Edvard Grieg: In Autumn Overture Opus 11
Sakari Oramo conducts the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Lu Wen-cheng: Autumn Moon Over the Calm Lake
Piano: Ji Liu
Ralph Vaughan Williams: Folk Songs of the Four Seasons – Suite
Martin Yates conducts the Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Ottorino Respighi: Autumn Poem
Violin: Julia Fischer
Yakov Kreizberg conducts the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo
Cecile Chaminade: Autumn Opus 35 No.2
Piano: Peter Jacobs
Alexander Glazunov: The Seasons Opus 67
Neeme Jarvi conducts the Royal Scottish National Orchestra
Felix Mendelssohn: In Autumn Opus 9 No.5
Soprano: Barbara Bonney
Piano: Geoffrey Parsons
Paul McCartney: A Leaf
Lawrence Foster conducts the London Symphony Orchestra