19th-century classical pianists in all BBC programmes
An exploration of Beethoven's first and last sonatas for cello and piano.
Stephen Johnson and the BBCSO with Grant Llewellyn explore Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.
Stephen Johnson explores Beethoven's String Quartet in A minor, Op 132.
Stephen Johnson explores Beethoven's Third Symphony in E flat, the Eroica.
Stephen Johnson explores Brahms's String Quartet No 3 in B flat, Op 67.
Stephen Johnson explores Brahms's challenging Violin Concerto.
Stephen Johnson explores Brahms' Second Symphony, with a performance by the BBCNOW.
Stephen Johnson explores Brahms's Symphony No 4, with excerpts and a complete performance.
Stephen Johnson explores Brahms's Fourth Symphony.
Stephen Johnson on the intricacies and folk elements in Chopin's mazurkas and polonaises.
Stephen Johnson considers the music of Manuel de Falla's Nights in the Gardens of Spain.
Charles Hazlewood and the BBC Concert Orchestra explore classical foxtrots for orchestra.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch considers the background and music of Liszt's first two piano concertos.
Catherine Bott explores the musical nuances of Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto.
Charles Hazelwood explores the history and ideas behind Mendelssohn's Italian symphony.
Charles Hazlewood and the BBC NOW explore Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.
Stephen Johnson explores two contrasting Piano Concertos from Ravel.
Stephen Johnson and the Ulster Orchestra explore Saint-Saens' Piano Concerto No 2.
Stephen Johnson explores the nuances of Schumann's Romantic song cycle Dichterliebe.
Stephen Johnson considers the musical nuances to be found in Schumann's Piano Quintet.
Stephen Johnson considers the music and historical context to Schumann's Violin Concerto.
An exploration the life and music of the Russian composer, Alexander Scriabin.
Charles Hazlewood reveals how dance music has inspired great works of the concert hall.
Stephen Johnson and David Fanning explore Taneyev's Piano Quintet.
Stephen Johnson and David Fanning explore the nuances found in Taneyev's Piano Quintet.
Charles Hazlewood considers the significance of the horn to early Romantic composers.