Classical Collection with Sarah Walker. Great performances and classic recordings. This week, Sarah explores the Ballet Russes, a company formed under the directorship of Sergei Diaghilev and today's works by Tcherepnin, Chopin and Borodin, were staged in 1909 as part of the company's first season in Paris. 10.00 Tcherepnin Chimes & clock dance; Grand Waltz (Le Pavillon d'Armide, Op.29) Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra Viktor Fedotov (conductor) OLYMPIA OCD 151 10.07* Telemann Quadro in G major, TWV43:G6 Musica Alta Ripa 5-CD set: MDG 309 1582-2 10.14* A selection from Mahler's symphonic music as discussed in last Saturday's CD Review. 10.21* Chopin orch. Douglas Les Sylphides Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Herbert von Karajan (conductor) 2-CD set: DG 459 445-2 10.49* Francaix Quatuor a vents The Fibonacci Sequence DEUX-ELLES DXL1121 11.00* Borodin Polovtsian Dances (Prince Igor, Act II) Beecham Choral Society Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Sir Thomas Beecham (conductor) EMI CDC 7477172 11.10* A selection from Mahler's symphonic music as discussed in last Saturday's CD Review.