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1/5 The programme focuses on Falla's stay in Paris, where he met Debussy, Ravel and Dukas.
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5/5 Donald Macleod focuses on Weber's marriage and the creation of his opera Der Freischutz.
4/5 Donald Macleod looks at Weber's time at the Prague Opera and his meeting his future wife.
3/5 Weber finally puts down roots in Munich and also fulfils a royal commission.
2/5 Donald Macleod looks at how Weber finished an opera and enjoyed his first major success.
1/5 Donald Macleod explores Weber's instrumental works, focusing on his early years.
5/5 Donald Macleod examines Schoenberg's final years, spent as an immigrant in the USA.
4/5 Donald Macleod looks at Schoenberg's works that drew on his Jewish heritage.
3/5 Donald Macleod looks at Schoenberg's role as an influential teacher and musical innovator.
2/5 Donald Macleod looks at Schoenberg's marital crisis.
1/5 Donald Macleod assesses Schoenberg's position as a musical outsider in Vienna.
5/5 Donald Macleod on how after his wife's death, Bernstein focused on his own mortality.
4/5 Donald Macleod examines a turbulent period in Bernstein's life following a Broadway flop.
3/5 Donald Macleod looks at why Bernstein's name is linked with the culture of New York City.
2/5 Donald Macleod looks at how Bernstein was suddenly catapulted into the limelight.
1/5 Donald Macleod explores Bernstein early influences and student years.
5/5 John Woolrich talks about the shift in his work from literary stimuli to visual.
4/5 John Woolrich tells about his fondness for ticking things, as heard in his oboe concerto.
3/5 John Woolrich talks about his having worked with performing groups.
2/5 Donald Macleod discusses with the composer his works 'haunted' by Bach and Monteverdi.
1/5 John Woolrich talks about what drew him to composing and his love for the viola.