03 July 2009

Radio 3 Listings for 04/07/2009 - 10/07/2009


SAT SATURDAY 4 JULY 2009 SAT SAT 01:00 Through the Night b00ldxzw (Listen) SAT 1.00am SAT Martinu, Bohuslav (1890-1959): Frescoes of Piero della SAT Francesca Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava SAT Robert Stankovsky (conductor) SAT 1.22am SAT Lehar, Franz (1870-1948): Overture (Zigeunerliebe) SAT Saarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra SAT Franz Lehar (conductor) SAT 1.31am SAT Strauss, Johann II (1825-1899), arr Schoenberg, Arnold SAT (1874-1951): Kaiser-Walzer, Op 437 (1888) SAT Canadian Chamber Ensemble Raffi Armenian (conductor) SAT 1.43am SAT Kalman, Emmerich Imre (1882-1953): Aria - Two lovely eyes SAT (The Circus Princess) Gyorgy Korondy (tenor) SAT Hungarian Radio Orchestra Tamas Brody (conductor) SAT 1.50am SAT Korngold, Erich Wolfgang (1897-1957): Violin Concerto in SAT D, Op 35 James Ehnes (violin) SAT Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Bramwell Tovey (conductor) SAT 2.15am SAT Schoenberg, Arnold (1874-1951): Piano Suite, Op 25 SAT Shai Wosner (piano) SAT 2.30am SAT Rachmaninov, Sergey (1873-1943), ed Kreisler, Fritz SAT (1875-1962): Two Songs Fredrik Zetterstrom (baritone) SAT Tobias Ringborg (violin) Anders Kilstrom (piano) SAT 2.39am SAT Stravinsky, Igor (1882-1971): Dances Concertantes for SAT chamber orchestra Polish Radio Orchestra SAT Warsaw, Krzystzof Slowinski (conductor) SAT 3.01am SAT Stravinsky, Igor (1882-1971): Pulcinella - ballet SAT Lynne Dawson (soprano) Rolando Villazon (tenor) SAT Denis Sedov (baritone) SAT Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra SAT Marc Minkowski (conductor) SAT 3.38am SAT Stradella, Alessandro (1639-1682): Sara ver ch'io mai SAT disciolga Emma Kirkby (soprano) David Thomas (bass) SAT Alan Wilson (harpsichord) Jakob Lindberg (lute) SAT Fulmini quanto sa Anthony Rooley (director/lute) SAT 3.49am SAT Cavalli, Francesco (1602-1676): Sonata a 8 SAT Concerto Palatino SAT 3.54am SAT Boccherini, Luigi (1743-1805): Concerto in E flat for SAT harpsichord and orchestra, G487 SAT Eckart Sellheim (fortepiano) Collegium Aureum SAT Franzjosef Meier (conductor) SAT 4.10am SAT Kyurkchiiski, Krassimir (b.1936): A Little Bird is Singing SAT Koutev, Philip (1903-1982): Dragana and the Nightingale SAT Sofia Chamber Choir Vassil Arnaudov (conductor) SAT 4.17am SAT Farkas, Ferenc (1905-2000): Five Ancient Hungarian Dances SAT for wind quintet Tae-Won Kim (flute) SAT Hyong-Sup Kim, Pil-Kwan Sung (oboes) SAT Hyon-Kon Kim (clarinet) Sang-Won Yoon (bassoon) SAT 4.27am SAT Bartok, Bela (1881-1945), arr Arthur Willner: Romanian SAT folk dances, Sz 56 - arr Willner for strings SAT I Cameristi Italiani SAT 4.35am SAT Ipavec, Benjamin (1829-1908): Maria the Gypsy SAT Ana Pusar Jeric (soprano) Natasa Valant (piano) SAT 4.39am SAT Rachmaninov, Sergey (1873-1943): Caprice bohemien, Op 12 SAT Queensland Symphony Orchestra SAT Vladimir Verbitsky (conductor) SAT 5.01am SAT Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847): Overture (Ruy Blas), Op 95 SAT Netherlands Radio Philharmonic SAT Hiroyuki Iwaki (conductor) SAT 5.09am SAT Purcell, Henry (1659-1695): Timon of Athens, the man-hater SAT - incidental music, Z632 SAT Lynne Dawson, Gillian Fisher (soprano) SAT Rogers Covey-Crump, Paul Elliott (tenor) SAT Michael George, Stephen Varcoe (bass) SAT Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists SAT John Eliot Gardiner (conductor) SAT 5.31am SAT Sullivan, Arthur (1842-1900): The Tempest - incidental SAT music, Op 1 BBC Philharmonic SAT Richard Hickox (conductor) SAT 5.59am SAT Martin, Frank (1890-1974) text - William Shakespeare: Five SAT Songs of Ariel for 16 voices Myra Kroese (contralto) SAT Netherlands Chamber Choir Tonu Kaljuste (conductor) SAT 6.11am SAT Bloch, Ernest (1880-1959): Suite No 1 for cello solo SAT Esther Nyffenegger (cello) SAT 6.21am SAT Lithander, Carl Ludwig (1773-1843): Divertimento No 1 for SAT flute and fortepiano Mikael Helasvuo (period flute) SAT Tuija Hakkila (fortepiano) SAT 6.30am SAT Handel, Georg Frideric (1685-1759): Trio Sonata in G SAT minor, Op 2, No 5 Musica Alta Ripa SAT 6.41am SAT Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809): Symphony No 38 in C, H I 38 SAT (Echo) Danish Radio Sinfonietta/DR SAT Rinaldo Alessandrini (conductor). SAT SAT 07:00 Breakfast b00lfhb6 (Listen) SAT Alistair Appleton presents a lively mix of music, SAT including a Haydn Piano Sonata at 8.45am. SAT SAT 09:00 CD Review b00lfhb8 (Listen) SAT Building a Library: Mozart's Gran Partita SAT Andrew McGregor introduces Radio 3's weekly programme SAT devoted to all that's new in the world of recorded music. SAT SAT Including: SAT SAT 9.30am SAT Building a Library SAT Anthony Burton with a personal recommendation from the SAT available recordings of Mozart's Serenade in B flat for 13 SAT winds (Gran Partita). SAT SAT 10.15am SAT John Deathridge assesses some new recordings of Wagner SAT including Lohengrin from Semyon Bychkov and the Ring Cycle SAT on DVD from Danish Opera. SAT SAT 11.45am SAT Disc of the Week Albinoni: Sinfonie a Cinque SAT Ensemble 415 Chiara Banchini (director). SAT SAT 12:15 Music Matters b00lfhlm (Listen) SAT Debussy, Saariaho and perceptions of classical music SAT SAT Tom Service investigates the story of Debussy's Pelléas et SAT Mélisande through the lives of the women so closely SAT involved in the opera's creation, as a new book examining SAT the work is published. SAT SAT As Kaija Saariaho's opera L'Amour de loin opens at English SAT National Opera, Tom meets the composer and the director SAT Daniele Finzi Pasca. SAT SAT Sound artist Martin Parker discusses his new works for SAT headphones, designed specially for locations around East SAT Neuk in Scotland. SAT SAT Tom explores perceptions of classical music with the help SAT of BBC 6 Music's Chris Hawkins. SAT SAT Debussy's Mélisande SAT SAT Georgette Leblanc, Mary Garden, and Maggie Teyte - three SAT of the twentieth century's most intriguing sopranos - SAT found their personal and musical lives bound up with SAT Claude Debussy's and playwright Maurice Maeterlinck's SAT ethereal creation Pélleas et Mélisande. As SAT Maeterlinck's mistress and one of the most striking SAT singers of her time, Leblanc considered herself first in SAT line for the role of Mélisande, but Debussy chose instead SAT the Scottish-born Mary Garden. From the first performances SAT in 1902, Garden defined the role for many years in Paris, SAT until Maggie Teyte took up the part late in Debussy's SAT life. SAT SAT A new book by Gillian Opstad reveals the reason for the SAT singers' obsession with the idealised role of SAT Mélisande. Tom explores the myths and realities behind SAT the stories with the author and musicologists Karen Henson SAT and Barbara Kelly, and singer Maria Ewing shares her own SAT experience of the role. SAT SAT Debussy's Mélisande by Gillian Opstad is published by SAT Boydell Press (hardback £30.00) SAT SAT L'Amour de loin (Love from afar) SAT SAT Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho's opera L'Amour de SAT loin (Love from afar) is all about idealised love. A SAT medieval troubadour in southern France dreams of his SAT perfect woman, and a pilgrim tells him that she exists in SAT Tripoli; he travels over the Mediterranean to see her, but SAT the journey is too much for him and he dies in her arms. SAT Saariaho's sensual music, a rich combination of SAT orchestral and electronic textures, makes the interior SAT psychological narrative of the story come alive. SAT SAT As the opera receives its first UK production at English SAT National Opera, Tom talks to Saariaho about the ideas of SAT obsession and infatuation in the opera, and to the SAT director Daniele Finzi Pasca about his use of acrobats and SAT dancers to translate the music into movement. SAT SAT Kaija Saariaho's L'Amour de loin (Love from afar) runs SAT until 11th July at English National Opera SAT SAT Music and Personal Space SAT SAT Electro-acoustic composer Martin Parker has used the SAT concept of personal listening to create a series of new SAT works for the East Neuk Festival in Fife, Scotland. The SAT pieces have been designed to be listened to on headphones SAT in locations around East Neuk - a cave once inhabited by SAT a hermit-like saint, a coastline with views across the SAT Forth, and the mysteriously spiritual Dunino Den. From SAT this last location Martin talks to Tom about the unique SAT private experiences which he hopes will open listeners' SAT ears to the environment around them. SAT SAT According to Daniel Levitin in his new book 'The World SAT in Six Songs' the evolution of music is inextricably SAT linked to its social context - its power to create SAT communities. He describes what he believes are the six SAT kinds of 'song' which have, over tens of thousands of SAT years, defined the role of music in our human identity - SAT Friendship, Joy, Comfort, Knowledge, Religion and Love. SAT Even now in the age of the personal iPod he believes music SAT has power to bring people together. SAT SAT Martin Parker's new works are available for download SAT from the East Neuk Festival's website. The Festival runs SAT until tomorrow 5th July SAT SAT The World in Six Songs by Daniel Levitin is published by SAT Aurum Press (paperback £14.99) SAT SAT Perceptions of Classical Music SAT SAT On BBC Radio 5 live earlier this year, Tom and 6Music's SAT Chris Hawkins debated the view that classical music is an SAT exclusive art-form enjoyed mainly by 'old posh SAT people'. In an attempt to dispel his misconceptions, Tom SAT took Chris to his first classical concert - SAT Beethoven's 9th Symphony with the Royal Philharmonic SAT Orchestra. Chris's reaction says much about wider SAT society's perception of classical music. SAT SAT The view of classical music as exclusive and intimidating SAT poses hard questions for those who work in the industry SAT - about how to break down barriers and communicate the SAT power of the music to new audiences. To debate the issues SAT and search for answers, Tom is joined by Kathryn McDowell SAT from the London Symphony Orchestra and Alex Poots from the SAT Manchester International Festival. SAT SAT The Manchester International Festival runs until Sunday SAT 19th July SAT SAT 13:00 The Early Music Show b00lfhlp (Listen) SAT Music for the Founding Fathers SAT Lucie Skeaping explores music that was being performed SAT during the time of the Founding Fathers, in 18th-century SAT colonial America. SAT SAT With the appearance of the Bay Psalter by the Pilgrim SAT Fathers - the first book to be published in America - SAT through to the popular melodies of the War of SAT Independence, it is sometimes thought that early American SAT music is little more than Puritan hymns and marches for SAT fife and drum. But Lucie argues that the music of early SAT America was rich and varied, an interesting composite SAT spawned by the many disenfranchised immigrants that SAT arrived on the country's shores. SAT SAT The programme looks back on the music of characters such SAT as William Billings, one of the country's important SAT homegrown composers; the important role that the Moravian SAT people made in shaping the nation's music; and the SAT significant musical role that some of the Founding Fathers SAT themselves played - in particular Thomas Jefferson, SAT Benjamin Franklin and Francis Hopkinson. Lucie also looks SAT back on the origin of tunes such as Yankee Doodle and SAT Stars and Stripes Forever. SAT SAT With the appearance of the Bay Psalter by the 17th Century SAT Pilgrim Fathers - the first book to be published in SAT America - through to the popular melodies of the War of SAT Independence, it is sometimes thought that early American SAT music is little more than Puritan hymns and marches for SAT fife and drum. As Lucie Skeaping argues though , the music SAT of early America was rich and varied, a wonderful SAT composite spawned by the many disenfranchised immigrants SAT that arrived on America's shores. In a Fourth of July SAT edition of the programme Lucie looks back on the music of SAT characters such as William Billings, one of the country's SAT first important home grown composers; the important role SAT that the Moravian people made in shap SAT SAT James Hewitt: Yankee Doodle (last variation only) SAT Olivier Baumont (harpsichord) ELATUS 2564615712 Tr 6 SAT SAT Trad., harmonised by Dowland: Old Hundredth BBC Singers SAT Nicholas Chalmers (conductor) (specially made recording) SAT SAT William Billings: Chesterfield SAT Oregon State University Choir Ron Jeffers (conductor) SAT New World 802552 Tr 2 SAT SAT William Billings: The Dying Christian's Last Farewell SAT Oregon State University Choir Ron Jeffers (conductor) SAT New World 802552 Tr 9 SAT SAT Alexander Reinagle: Lee Rigg - a Scots tune with three SAT variations and a gigg Olivier Baumont (harpsichord) SAT ELATUS 2564 615712 Tr 3 SAT SAT Francis Hopkinson: See, my days have been so wondrous free SAT Rosalind Rees (soprano) James Riesman (harpsichord) SAT VOXBOX CDX 5080 Tr 18 SAT SAT Aon.: Jesus Makes My Heart Rejoice (for trombones) - hymn SAT Boston Baroque Martin Pearlman (conductor) SAT TELARC CD 80482 Tr 31 SAT SAT John Antes: Trio No 2 in D minor (1st mvt) SAT Members of the Fine Arts Quartet SAT COLUMBIA ML 6141 Side 1 Band 4 SAT SAT Johann Friedrich Peter: Ich Will Dir Ein Freudenopfer Thun SAT Boston Baroque Martin Pearlman (conductor) SAT TELARC CD 80482 Tr 28 SAT SAT Trad. American song, arr. Lucie Skeaping: Anacreon in SAT Heaven The City Waites (not commercially recorded) SAT SAT James Hewitt: The Battle of Trenton SAT Olivier Baumont (harpsichord) Matthew Kowles (narrator) SAT ELATUS 2564615712 Tr 10 SAT SAT Gaetano Franceschini: Sonata V in D (1st mvt) SAT Accademia della Magnifica Comunita SAT TACTUS TC 730601 Tr 13. SAT SAT 14:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00ldsc2 (Listen) SAT Ysaye Quartet SAT From the Wigmore Hall, London, Verity Sharp presents the SAT Ysaye Quartet in Haydn: String Quartet in E flat, Op 64, SAT No 2. Brahms: String Quartet in B flat, Op 67. SAT SAT 15:00 World Routes b00lfhy3 (Listen) SAT Samba Mapangala SAT Rita Ray introduces one of East Africa's biggest stars, SAT Samba Mapangala, with Orchestra Virunga in concert at the SAT 2009 Sauti za Busara Festival in Zanzibar. Mapangala took SAT the sounds of soukous and rumba from Congo-Zaire, making SAT his own blend with traditions from Uganda and Kenya. In SAT Zanzibar he sings to a Swahili-speaking audience in an SAT event that also features celebrated guitarist Syran Mbenza. SAT SAT 16:00 Jazz Library b00lfhy5 (Listen) SAT Nat King Cole SAT Gwyneth Herbert joins Alyn Shipton to select the high SAT points of Nat King Cole's work as a hugely influential SAT pianist, charismatic vocalist, and one of the most SAT combative of all jam session players. Music includes SAT Straighten Up and Fly Right, Nature Boy and the legendary SAT After Midnight sessions. SAT SAT Title: Thunder SAT Artist: Eddie Cole's Solid Swingers Sextet SAT Composer: Cole SAT Album: Nat King Cole: Original Records 1936-1941 Compete SAT Edition Label: Jazz Archives Number 50 Tr 4 SAT Personnel: Kenneth Roane, t; Tommy Thompson, as, ts; Bill SAT Wright, ts; Nat King Cole, SAT p; Eddie Cole, sb; Jimmy Adams, d SAT Recorded: 28 July 1936, Chicago SAT SAT Title: Jack the Bellboy Artist: Lionel Hampton SAT Composer: Hampton SAT Album: Air Mail Special: Original Recordings 1937-46 SAT Label: Naxos 8.120651 Tr 9 SAT Personnel: Nat King Cole, p; Oscar Moore, g; Welsey SAT Prince, b; Lionel Hampton, d SAT Recorded: 10 May 1940, Hollywood SAT SAT Title: That Ain't Right Artist: King Cole Trio SAT Composer: Cole Album: Hit That Jive Jack SAT Label: Phantom 643263 Tr 8 SAT Personnel: Nat King Cole, p; Oscar Moore, g; Welsey SAT Prince, b Recorded: 22 October 1941, NYC SAT SAT Title: Straighten Up and Fly Right SAT Artist: King Cole Trio Composer: Cole SAT Album: That's What: Original Recordings 1943-47 SAT Label: Naxos 8.120826 Tr 1 SAT Personnel: Nat King Cole, p; Oscar Moore, g; Johnny SAT Miller, b Recorded: 30 November 1943 SAT SAT Title: The Man I Love Artist: King Cole Trio SAT Composers: G and I Gershwin SAT Album: That's What: Original Recordings 1943-47 SAT Label: Naxos 8.120826 Tr 1 SAT Personnel: Nat King Cole, p; Oscar Moore, g; Johnny SAT Miller, b Recorded: 17 January 1944 SAT SAT Title: Laguna Leap Artist: Nat King Cole and Buddy Rich SAT Composer: Laguna Album: Anatomy of a Jam Session SAT Label: Black Lion 760137 Tr 5 SAT Personnel: Charlie Shavers, t; Herbie Haymer, ts; Nat King SAT Cole, p; John Simmons, b; Buddy Rich, d SAT Recorded: 9 June 1945, Hollywood SAT SAT Title: Nature Boy Artist: Nat King Cole SAT Composer: Eden Ahbez Album: Best of... SAT Label: Revolver 06988 Tr 5 SAT Personnel: Nat Cole v, p; plus orchestra Recorded: 1948 SAT SAT Title: Bop Kick Artist: Nat King Cole Trio SAT Composer: Cole SAT Album: Best of the Nat King Cole Trio: The Instrumental SAT Classics Label: Capitol CDP 7 98288 2 Tr 17 SAT Personnel: Nat Cole,p; Irving Ashby, g; Jope Comfort, b; SAT Jack Constanza, cga Recorded: 22 March 1949, NYC SAT SAT Title: Mona Lisa Artist: Nat King Cole SAT Composers: Livingston, Evans Album: 1949-50 SAT Label: Classics 1305 Tr 16 (originally on Unforgettable, SAT Capital) SAT Personnel: Nat King Cole, p, v; Les Baxter Orchestra SAT Recorded: 1950 SAT SAT Title: Just You, Just Me Artist: Nat King Cole SAT Composer: Greer/Clarges SAT Album: Complete After Midnight Sessions SAT Label: Essential Jazz Classics 55405 Tr 8 SAT Personnel: Nat King Cole, v; p; Willie Smith, as; John SAT Collins, g; Charlie Harris, b; Lee Young, d SAT Recorded: 14 September 1956 SAT SAT Title: When I Fall In Love Artist: Nat King Cole SAT Composers: Heyman/Young Album: Love Is the Thing SAT Label: Japanese EMI 9415 Tr 24 (originally from Love is SAT the Thing) Recorded: 1957 SAT SAT Title: Mr Cole Won't Rock and Roll Artist: Nat King Cole SAT Composers: J and N Sherman Album: At the Sands SAT Label: Capitol 38694-2-7 Tr 12 SAT Personnel: Nat King Cole, p; v; John Collins, g; Charlie SAT Harris, b; Lee Young, d. Antiono Morelli Orchestra SAT Recorded: 14 January 1960 SAT SAT Title: Let There Be Love SAT Artists: Nat King Cole/George Shearing SAT Composers: Grant/Rand SAT Album: Nat King Cole Sings/George Shearing Plays SAT Label: Capitol 25250 Tr 4 SAT Personnel: Nat Cole (vocals); Ralph Carmichael SAT (conductor); Al Hendrickson (guitar); Paul Horn, Wilbur SAT Schwartz, Justin Gordon (flute, piccolo); Lloyd Ulyate SAT (trombone); George Shearing (piano); Emil Richards SAT (vibraphone); Al McKibbon (bass); Shelly Manne (drums); SAT Carlos Vidal (congas); Nick Martinez, Luis Miranda (perc) SAT 1962. SAT SAT 17:00 Jazz Record Requests b00lfhy7 (Listen) SAT SAT JRR Signature Tune: SAT Oh, but on the Third Day (Happy Feet Blues) (Wynton SAT Marsalis) SAT Performed by Wynton Marsalis (tp), Marcus Roberts (p), SAT Todd Williams (ts), Dr Michael White (cl), Danny Barker SAT (bj), Teddy Riley (tp), Freddie Lonzo (tb), Reginald Veal SAT (b), Herlin Riley (d) Recorded 28 October 1988 SAT Taken from the album The Majesty of the Blues SAT 1989 CD (CBS 465129 2) SAT SAT Swing Out (Higginbotham, Allen) (3:17) SAT Performed by Henry Red Allen and his Orchestra: Henry Red SAT Allen (tp) J.C. Higginbotham (tb) Albert Nicholas, Charlie SAT Holmes, Teddy Hill (reeds) Luis Russell (p) Will Johnson SAT (g) George ‘Pops’ Foster (b) Paul Barbarin (d) SAT Recorded 17 July 1929, New York SAT Taken from the album Early Black Swing SAT 1989 CD (Bluebird ND90365 (1) Track 17) SAT SAT A Theme from the Threepenny Opera (Brecht, Weill) (2:15) SAT Performed by The Bill McGuffie Trio Recorded c1958 SAT Taken from the album Continental Tour with Bill McGuffie SAT LP (Philips BBL 7261 S1/2) SAT SAT Give Me Your Telephone Number (3:58) SAT Performed by Pat Halcox (tp) Ian Wheeler (cl, as) Chris SAT Barber (tb, v) Eddie Smith (bjo) Dick Smith (b) Graham SAT Burbidge (d) Ottilie Patterson (v) Recorded 1961 SAT Taken from the album Chris Barber at the BBC Wireless Days SAT 1961-62 1996 CD (Upbeat Jazz URCD146 Track 6) SAT SAT Minnie the Moocher (Calloway, Mills, Gaskell) (3:10) SAT Performed by Cab Calloway and his Cotton Club Orchestra: SAT R.Q. Dickerson, Lammar Wright, Wendell Culley (tp) De SAT Priest Wheeler, Harry White (tb) Arville Harris (cl, as) SAT Andrew Brown (as, cl, bcl) Walter Thomas (as, ts, bs, fl) SAT Earres Prince (p) Morris White (bj) Jimmy Smith (tu, b) SAT Leroy maxey (d) Cab Calloway (v) SAT Recorded 3 March 1931, New York SAT Taken from the album This is Hep SAT 2008 CD (Proper P1661 Track 7) SAT SAT I Woke up Dizzy (Neil Hefti) (3:03) SAT Performed by Neil Hefti and his Orchestra: Neil Hefti (tp, SAT arr) Kai Winding (tb) Charlie Ventura (ts) Tony Aless (p) SAT Billy Bauer (g) Chubby Jackson (b) Alvin Stoller (d) SAT Recorded 18 December 1946, New York SAT Taken from the album Modern Jazz the Beginnings SAT 1997 CD (CDS RPCD 638 Track 11) SAT SAT The Touch of Your Lips (Ray Noble) (6:17) SAT Performed by Oscar Peterson (p) Ben Webster (ts) Ray Brown SAT (b) Ed Thigpen (d) Recorded 6 November 1959 SAT Taken from the album Ben Webster Meets Oscar Peterson SAT 1997 CD (Verve 5214482 (1) Track 1) SAT SAT Waltz for a Wollum (Ron Aspery, Colin Hodgkinson) (2:55) SAT Performed by Back Door: Ron Aspery (Keyboards, as, ss) SAT Colin Hodgkinson (Bass) Tony Hicks (Drums) Recorded 1972 SAT Taken from the album Back Door SAT 1972 LP (Warner K46231 S2/4) SAT SAT Scratchin’ in the Gravel (Mary Lou Williams) (7:12) SAT Performed by Marian McPartland (p) Joe Morello (d) Rufus SAT Reid (b) Recorded 24 April 2001, New Jersey SAT Taken from the album Live at Shanghai Jazz SAT 2002 CD (Concord Jazz CCD-4991-2 Track 1) SAT SAT Davenport Blues (Bix Biederbecke) (4:25) SAT Performed by Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Allen Smith (tp) SAT Bill Elton, Curtis Fuller (tb) Dick Lieb (btb) Bob SAT Northern (French horn) Bill Barber (tuba) Steve Lacy (ss) SAT Al Block (fl, cl, bass cl) Chuck Wayne (g) Dick Carter (b) SAT Dennis Charles (d) Gil Evans (p, arranger, conductor) SAT Recorded 1959 Taken from the album Great Jazz Standards SAT 1988 CD (Pacific Jazz CDP7468562 (1) Track 1) SAT SAT Mariooch (Russell, Pierce, Hinton) (7:18) SAT Performed by Pee Wee Russell (cl) Nat Pierce (p) Milt SAT Hinton (b) Jo Jones (d) SAT Recorded 23 February 1961, New York SAT Taken from the album Jazz Reunion SAT CD (Candid CCD79020 (1) Track 3) SAT SAT Perdido (Duke Ellington) (8:22) SAT Performed by Duke Ellington (p) Harold 'Shorty' Baker, SAT Willie Cook, Ray Nance, Clark Terry (tp) Juan Tizol, Britt SAT Woodman (tb) Jimmy Hamilton (cl, ts) Willie Smith (as) SAT Russell Procope (as, cl) Paul Gonsalves (ts) Harry Carney SAT (bs) Billy Strayhorn (p) Wendell Marshall (b) Louie SAT Bellson (d) Francis Williams (tp) Quentin Jackson (tb) SAT Recorded 7 December 1951, New York SAT Taken from the album Ellington Uptown SAT 2004 CD (Columbia/Legacy 5129172 Track 5) SAT SAT 18:00 Opera on 3 b00lfhy9 (Listen) SAT Opera on 3 from the Royal Opera House, Berg's Lulu SAT Concluding a season from the Royal Opera House, Covent SAT Garden, is a performance of Alban Berg's Lulu, in which SAT director Christof Loy throws light on the dark SAT psychological corners of a disturbing tale. Its score - SAT with its wide scope and ambition - is just one element SAT that has given Lulu its place as one of the acknowledged SAT masterpieces of 20th-century opera. SAT SAT Agneta Eichenholz plays the title role in a tragic story SAT about a woman who destroys all who come within her orbit. SAT Lulu's journey takes her from society darling of the SAT glittering salons of Vienna and Paris, to the pitiful SAT squalor of prostitution in East End London, the victim of SAT Jack the Ripper. SAT SAT Presented by Suzy Klein in conversation with novelist SAT Philip Hensher. SAT SAT Berg: Lulu SAT SAT Lulu ...... Agneta Eichenholz (soprano) SAT Dr Schon/Jack the Ripper ...... Michael Volle (baritone) SAT Countess Geschwitz ...... Jennifer Larmore (mezzo-soprano) SAT Animal Trainer/Athlete ...... Peter Rose (bass) SAT Alwa ...... Klaus Florian Vogt (tenor) SAT Schigolch ...... Gwynne Howell (bass) SAT Prince/Manservant/Marquis ...... Philip Langridge (tenor) SAT Painter/Policeman/Negro ...... Will Hartmann (tenor) SAT Prof of Medicine/Theatre Manager/Banker ...... Jeremy SAT White (bass) SAT Dresser/Schoolboy/Groom ...... Heather Shipp SAT (mezzo-soprano) SAT Journalist ...... Kostas Smoriginas (bass-baritone) SAT Manservant ...... Vuyani Mlinde (bass) SAT Lady Artist ...... Monika-Evelin Liiv (mezzo-soprano) SAT Mother ...... Frances McCafferty (mezzo-soprano) SAT 15-year-old girl ...... Simona Mihai (soprano) SAT The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House SAT Antonio Pappano (conductor). SAT SAT 21:30 Between the Ears b00lkm83 (Listen) SAT A Wireless Revelation SAT Radiophonic version of the text in the Book of Revelations SAT - from mysterious beginning to epic end - in a communal SAT reading from a number of translations. Decorating and SAT illuminating the sacred text, as it unfolds, is an array SAT of music - including iconic fragments from Handel's SAT Messiah and Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time. SAT SAT 22:30 Hear and Now b00lfhyc (Listen) SAT Cut & Splice: Living Rooms, Episode 2 SAT SAT Robert Worby presents the programme from 2009's Cut & SAT Splice: Living Rooms festival, from Wilton's Music Hall in SAT London. This festival of electronic music and sound art, SAT co-promoted by Hear and Now and the Sound and Music SAT organisation, features work inspired by and utilising the SAT domestic environment. SAT SAT Brandon LaBelle examines the small pastimes of the home, SAT Jason Lescalleet creates a new work using recordings made SAT in Wilton's, and the duo of Carl Michael von Hausswolff SAT and John Duncan create an intense electroacoustic climax SAT to the festival. SAT SAT Alvin Lucier: In Memoriam Jon Higgins (19:50) SAT Anthony Burr (clarinet) Alvin Lucier (electronics) SAT SAT Jason Lescalleet: Meditation for a Room (extract) (14:00) SAT Jason Lescalleet (tape loops and electronics) SAT SAT Artists Discussion with Alvin Lucier, Brandon LaBelle, Bob SAT Lavene and Robert Worby SAT SAT Brandon LaBelle: Cloudy (extract) (13:10) SAT Matthew Lee Knowles (piano) Brandon LaBelle (film) SAT SAT Carl Michael von Hausswolff & John Duncan: Nocturnal SAT Denizens (extract) (15:08) SAT Carl Michael von Hausswolff (electronics) SAT John Duncan (electronics) SAT SUN SUNDAY 5 JULY 2009 SUN SUN 00:00 Jazz Library b00bghlm (Listen) SUN Abbey Lincoln SUN Irish singer Christine Tobin helps Alyn Shipton select the SUN essential items from jazz vocalist Abbey Lincoln's large SUN discography. Lincoln has one of the most distinctive SUN voices in jazz and since her recording debut in the 1950s, SUN she has turned away from much of the standard repertoire SUN in favour of more challenging material that explores the SUN racial and political climate in America. SUN SUN 01:00 Through the Night b00lfm31 (Listen) SUN 1.00am SUN Mahler, Gustav (1860-1911): Symphony No 9 in D SUN Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra Andrew Litton (conductor) SUN 2.24am SUN Wolf, Hugo (1860-1903): Two Songs - Auf ein altes Bild; SUN Zur Ruh, zur Ruh SUN Albena Kechlibareva Bernstein (mezzo-soprano) SUN Neva Krysteva (organ) SUN 2.29am SUN Albeniz, Isaac (1860-1909): Spanish Suite, Op 47 SUN Ilze Graubina (piano) SUN 2.52am SUN Svendsen, Johan (1840-1911): Norwegian artists' carnival, SUN Op 14 Norwegian Radio Orchestra SUN Ari Rasilainen (conductor) SUN 3.00am SUN Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Litaniae Lauretanae, SUN K195 Dita Paegle (soprano) SUN Antra Bigaca (mezzo-soprano) Martins Klisans (tenor) SUN Janis Markovs (bass) SUN Choir of Latvian Radio and the Riga Chamber Players SUN Sigvards Klava (conductor) SUN 3.27am SUN Moscheles, Ignaz (1794-1870): Grosse Sonate in E for SUN pianoforte, Op 41 Tom Beghin (fortepiano) SUN 3.55am SUN Tsvetanov, Tsvetan (1931-1982): Theme and Variations for SUN string quartet (1959) Avramov String Quartet SUN 4.02am SUN Borodin, Alexander (1833-1887): Overture (Prince Igor) SUN Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava SUN Oliver Dohnanyi (conductor) SUN 4.13am SUN Franck, Cesar (1822-1890): Piece en re bemol majeur (1863) SUN Joris Verdin (organ) SUN 4.19am SUN Anon: Middle Ages Suite Bolette Roed (recorder) SUN 4.29am SUN Anon (12th-century English): Jesu Cristes milde moder SUN Sequentia: Benjamin Bagby (voice) SUN Edmund Brownless (voice) SUN Anon: Edi beo thu hevene-queene Sequentia: SUN Margaret Tindemans (fiddle) Benjamin Bagby (harp) SUN Barbara Thornton (symphonia) SUN 4.38am SUN Fischer, Johann Caspar Ferdinand (c.1670-1746): Suite No 4 SUN in D minor, Op 1 The Tasmanian Symphony Chamber Players SUN Geoffrey Lancaster (conductor) SUN 4.49am SUN Strauss, Richard (1864-1949): Dance of the Seven Veils SUN (Salome, Op 54) Sydney Symphony Orchestra SUN Stuart Challender (conductor) SUN 5.01am SUN Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826): Overture (The Ruler of SUN the Spirits, Op 27) BBC Philharmonic SUN Vassily Sinaisky (conductor) SUN 5.07am SUN Crusell, Bernard Henrik (1775-1838): Cold hands, warm SUN heart; After a friend's death; Farewell SUN Eeva-Liisa Saarinen (mezzo-soprano) Ilmo Ranta (piano) SUN 5.17am SUN Weyse, Christoph Ernst Friedrich (1774-1842): Symphony No SUN 6 in C minor The Danish Radio Concert Orchestra SUN Adam Fischer (conductor) SUN 5.45am SUN Liszt, Franz (1811-1886) after Schubert, Franz SUN (1797-1828): Soirees de Vienne No 4 in D flat SUN Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Capriccio in B minor, Op 76, SUN No 2 Erno Dohnanyi (piano) SUN 5.54am SUN Dohnanyi, Erno (1877-1960): Piano Quintet No 2 in E flat SUN minor, Op 26 Erno Szegedi (piano) Tatrai Quartet SUN 6.19am SUN Bobescu, Constantin (1899-1992): Three Symphonic Pieces SUN (appl) Romanian National Radio Orchestra SUN Constantin Bobescu (conductor) SUN 6.34am SUN Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767): Secondo Trietto SUN La Coloquinte SUN 6.42am SUN Josquin des Pres (c.1440-1521): Motet Inviolata, integra SUN et casta es SUN Gombert, Nicolas (c.1495-c.1560): Elegie sur la mort de SUN Josquin Musae Jovis (6-part) SUN Studio de Musique Ancienne de Montreal SUN Christopher Jackson (director) SUN 6.56am SUN Handel, Georg Frideric (1685-1759), arr unknown: Lascia SUN ch'io pianga (Rinaldo - Act 2, Sc 4) SUN Louise Pellerin (oboe) Dom Andre Laberge (organ). SUN SUN 07:00 Breakfast b00lfm33 (Listen) SUN Alistair Appleton presents a refreshing mix of music, SUN including a Haydn Piano Sonata at 9.00am. SUN SUN 10:00 Sunday Morning b00lfm35 (Listen) SUN Dublin SUN SUN In conversation with Professor Roy Foster of Hertford SUN College, Oxford, Iain explores music relating to the city SUN of Dublin. They consider how musicians like Stanford and SUN writers like Joyce have become inextricably linked with SUN music of the city, as well as its literature. SUN SUN 12:00 Private Passions b00lfm37 (Listen) SUN Jeremy Northam SUN Michael Berkeley meets actor Jeremy Northam, who played Mr SUN Knightley opposite Gwyneth Paltrow in the 1996 feature SUN film of Jane Austen's Emma, and went on to star in other SUN period films including The Winslow Boy, Enigma and Gosford SUN Park. He has played Sir Thomas More in the TV series The SUN Tudors and the guilty husband in the 2008 TV drama Fiona's SUN Story. SUN SUN Jeremy's musical choices range from piano pieces played by SUN Andras Schiff and Keith Jarrett, jazz numbers performed by SUN Earl Hines and Ella Fitzgerald to operas by Puccini and SUN Janacek, Schubert's first piano trio and Mahler's Fifth SUN Symphony. SUN SUN 13:00 The Early Music Show b00lfm39 (Listen) SUN L'homme arme melody SUN Catherine Bott talks to Edward Wickham, director of the SUN vocal ensemble The Clerks, about the tradition and use of SUN the L'homme arme melody in many 15th and 16th-century mass SUN settings. They discuss the history and career of this SUN tune, why it was so popular and the various composers who SUN might have been the first to employ this melody. SUN SUN Music in the programme includes movements of mass settings SUN by Busnois, Regis, Palestrina and the six-part setting by SUN Josquin. SUN SUN Anon chanson: L'homme arme The Tallis Scholars SUN Gimell CDGIM 019 track 1 SUN SUN Robert Morton: Il sera pour vous/L'homme arme SUN The Clerks/Edward Wickham ASV CDGAU 204 track 1 SUN SUN Dufay: Kyrie (from setting of Missa L'homme arme) SUN The Hilliard Ensemble EMI CDC 7476282 track 1 SUN SUN Ockeghem: Gloria (from setting of Missa L'homme arme) SUN The Clerks/Edward Wickham ASV CDGAU 204 track 3 SUN SUN Regis: Credo (from setting of Missa L'homme arme) SUN The Clerks/Edward Wickham SUN Musique en Wallonie MEW 0848-0849 CD 2 track 4 SUN SUN Busnois: Sanctus (from setting of Missa L'homme arme) SUN The Binchois Consort Hyperion CDA 67319 track 4 SUN SUN Morales: Benedictus (from setting of Missa L'homme arme) SUN Chapelle du Roi/Alastair Dixon Signum SIGCD 019 SUN track 9 SUN SUN Josquin: Agnus Dei from Missa L'homme arme sexti toni (6 SUN part) A Sei Voci/Bernard Fabre-Garrus SUN Astree Naive E8809 track 6 SUN SUN Gabriel Jackson: The armed man The Clerks/Edward Wickham SUN (from CD due for future release) SUN SUN Palestrina: Agnus Dei from Missa L'homme arme SUN Pro Cantione Antiqua/Mark Brown Allegro PCD1111 SUN track 21. SUN SUN 14:00 Radio 3 Requests b00lfm3c (Listen) SUN Chi-chi Nwanoku presents a selection of Radio 3 listeners' SUN requests. Including Grieg's Violin Sonata No 3, Enescu's SUN two Romanian Rhapsodies and Mozart's Piano concerto No 20 SUN in D minor, K466. The guest requester is opera director SUN Tim Carroll. SUN SUN 16:00 Choral Evensong b00ldv3n (Listen) SUN From the Chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge. SUN SUN Introit: Voce Mea (Tarik O'Regan) first broadcast SUN Responses: Shephard SUN Psalms: 6, 7, 8 (Day, Howells, Parratt) SUN First Lesson: Psalm 39 vv1-7 SUN Canticles: Trinity Service (David Briggs) - first broadcast SUN Second Lesson: Philippians 4 vv4-9 SUN Anthem: Mater Ora Filium (Bax) SUN Final Hymn: Christ triumphant (Guiting Power) SUN Organ Voluntary: Toccata in F, BWV 540 (Bach) SUN SUN Organ Scholars: Michael Waldron and Rupert Compston SUN Director of Music: Stephen Layton. SUN SUN 17:00 Discovering Music b00lfp62 (Listen) SUN Saint Saens - Africa and Piano Concerto No 2 SUN Stephen Johnson joins the Ulster Orchestra and conductor SUN Michael Seal for an exploration of Camille Saint-Saens' SUN Piano Concerto No 2 - with pianist Ronan O'Hora as soloist SUN - and his lesser-known piece Africa. SUN SUN The first piece, written in 1868, includes vibrant SUN melodies, Italian dance tunes and Chopinesque flourishes, SUN rejecting the music of two of Saint-Saens' other musical SUN heroes - Bach and Mendelssohn. Saint-Saens lived until the SUN age of 86, and he produced a large amount of orchestral SUN and chamber music, as well as operas, choral works and SUN even - towards the end of his career - music for film. SUN SUN His work Africa - for piano and orchestra - grew out of SUN the places he travelled to following the death of his SUN mother in 1886. Saint-Saens spent a great deal of time SUN travelling to exotic locations all over the world, SUN including parts of Southeast Asia, South America and North SUN Africa. He settled in Algeria towards the end of his life, SUN and his last pieces are often inspired by the modal Arabic SUN folk-tunes of the region. SUN SUN 18:30 The Choir b00lfp64 (Listen) SUN Dance SUN Aled Jones explores the idea of dance in choral music and SUN presents complete performances of two major choral ballets SUN -Stravinsky's Les Noces and Holst's The Golden Goose. SUN SUN Traditional SUN Lord of the Dance (arr. Carter/Willcocks) SUN The Bach Choir, conducted by Sir David Willcocks SUN Chandos, CHAN8973, track 14 SUN SUN Vaclovas Augustinas Treputé Martela (The Stomping Bride) SUN Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, directed by Paul SUN Hillier HMU 907391, track 1 SUN SUN Gabriel Faure Pavane SUN City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus and BBC Philharmonic SUN Orchestra, conducted by Yan Pascal Tortelier SUN Chandos CHAN 10113, track 3 SUN SUN Igor Stravinsky Les Noces SUN Carolyn Sampson (soprano), Susan Parry (alto), Vsevolod SUN Grivnov (tenor), Maxim Mikhailov (bass), MusikFabrik, RIAS SUN Chamber Choir, directed by Daniel Reuss SUN Harmonia Mundi, HMC801913, tracks 1-4 SUN SUN Ariel Ramirez Misa Criolla (Gloria & Sanctus) SUN Manuel Melendez (tenor), José Sacin (tenor), Pablo SUN Talamante (Tenor), Choral Arts Society of Washington, SUN conducted by Joseph Holt Naxos 8557542, track 13 & 15 SUN SUN Gyorgy Ligeti Nonsense Madrigals (V. Lobster Quadrille) SUN The Kings Singers Sony Classical SK62311, track 5 SUN SUN Thierry Escaich Motet No.3 SUN Ensemble Vocal Sequenza 9.3, Thierry Escaich (organ), SUN directed by Catherine Simonpietri SUN Accord 4769074, track 3 SUN SUN Einojuhani Rautavaara Sommarnatten SUN Accentus, directed by Eric Ericson SUN Naïve: 5037, CD1, Track 6 SUN SUN Gustav Holst The Golden Goose – A Choral Ballet SUN Guildford Choral Society and The Philharmonia Orchestra, SUN conducted by Hilary Davan Wetton SUN Hyperion CDA66784, tracks 1-12 SUN SUN Joseph & Johan Strauss Pizzicato Polka SUN Vienna Boys Choir (recorded in 1910) SUN Flapper PASTCD 7082, track 14 SUN SUN 20:00 Drama on 3 b00lfp66 (Listen) SUN Tartuffe SUN A Liverpool Playhouse production of Roger McGough's SUN version of Moliere's comedy Tartuffe. SUN SUN The wealthy merchant Orgon has taken in an apparently SUN indigent religious man, Tartuffe. He is a beacon of piety SUN and soon has his feet firmly under the table. But all is SUN not as it seems and as Orgon becomes more enraptured with SUN his new companion the whole city is chattering. Is he a SUN friend, a fraud, a miracle or a hypocrite? SUN SUN Tartuffe ...... John Ramm Orgon ...... Joseph Alessi SUN Cleante ...... Simon Coates Elmire ...... Rebecca Lacey SUN Mdme Pernelle ...... Eithne Brown SUN Dorine ...... Annabelle Dowler SUN Mariane ...... Emily Pithon Damis ...... Robert Hastie SUN Valere ...... Kevin Harvey Loyal ...... Alan Stocks SUN Officer of the King ...... Roger McGough SUN SUN Directed by Gemma Bodinetz. SUN SUN 21:45 Sunday Feature b00dkvqw (Listen) SUN Remember, Remember SUN Psychologist Susan Blackmore investigates how we are SUN outsourcing the memory of our lives to digital devices and SUN asks whether that is changing the nature of human memory. SUN SUN She hears from a 'lifelogger' who is recording every SUN detail of his daily life - and from an academic who has SUN taped 220,000 hours of audio and video of his infant son. SUN Susan asks whether we will all end up doing the same and SUN how this will affect the way we remember our own lives. SUN SUN 22:30 Words and Music b00lfp6b (Listen) SUN In the Microscope SUN SUN For this week's Words and Music I've chosen poetry and SUN prose on the theme of science: astronomy, the chemistry SUN lab, the pleasures of technology, biology, palaeontology, SUN the beauty of mathematics. SUN SUN 'In the Microscope' begins with Ennio Morricone's SUN 'Galileo' with Emily Dickinson's 'A Science so the SUN savants say'. Thomas Hardy's 'Heredity' is heard SUN with Holst's 'Lament' from his 'Double Concerto SUN for two violins and orchestra', conducted by his SUN daughter Imogen, herself a composer and musician. The SUN science of astronomy is heard in Takemitsu's SUN 'Orion', in Fleur Adcock's 'The Ex-queen among the SUN Astronomers' and in Robert Frost's 'On looking up by SUN chance at the Constellations'. SUN SUN Robert Frost was a poet with a life long interest in SUN science. At school he had a part-time job selling magazine SUN subscriptions so that he could afford a telescope. Then, SUN teaching at Amherst, he became friends with the Nobel SUN Prize winning Danish physicist Niels Bohr, a relationship SUN which developed his fascination with atomic structure. SUN SUN A passage from Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein' in SUN which the monster comes to life is heard with the SUN 'Elegia' from Bartok's 'Concerto for Orchestra' SUN in which the composer used the 'golden section', a SUN mathematical underlying symmetrical structure. You'll SUN also hear part of 'Suite no 3 in C Major' by Bach, SUN another composer who made use of formal mathematical SUN patterns. SUN SUN The Italian writer Primo Levi worked as a chemist all his SUN life. 'In the Microscope' ends with one of the last SUN poems he wrote before his suicide in Turin in 1987. SUN 'Almanac', a bleak poem about man's capacity to SUN destroy the planet is heard alongside 'Pestilence' SUN from Arthur Bliss' great score from the 1936 film SUN 'Things to Come', adapted from H.G. Wells' SUN apocalyptic novel about the destruction of the world. SUN SUN Fiona McLean (producer) SUN SUN Details of Readings and Music SUN SUN Times are from the start of the programme SUN SUN 00:00:00 SUN ENNIO MORRICONE Galileo - Lunare Primo SUN Bruno Nicolai - conductor CAM CSE055 SUN 00:01:38 SUN EMILY DICKINSON A Science so the savants say SUN Cheryl Campbell (reader) SUN 00:02:10 SUN OLIVER MESSIAEN Huit Preludes Le nombre leger SUN Roger Murano - piano ACCORD 4616462 SUN 00:03:50 SUN EDWIN MORGAN Pleasures of a Technological University SUN Douglas Hodge (reader) SUN 00:04:51 SUN TOM LEHRER The Remains of Tom Lehrer The Elements SUN RHINO R279831 SUN 00:06:16 SUN RITA DOVE The Fish in the Stone SUN Cheryl Campbell (reader) SUN 00: 07:16 SUN THOMAS HARDY Heredity Douglas Hodge - reader SUN 00:07:25 SUN GUSTAV HOLST Lyric Movement SUN Double Concerto for two violins and orchestra - Lament SUN English Chamber Orchestra Imogen Holst - conductor SUN LYRITA SRCD223 SUN 00:11:32 SUN DANNY KAYE The Very Best of Danny Kaye Inchworm SUN Gordon Jenkins and his Chorus and Orchestra MCLD 190049 SUN 00:14:47 SUN JO SHAPCOTT Love in the Lab Cheryl Campbell (reader) SUN 00:16:06 SUN JONI MITCHELL For the Roses Electricity SUN ASYLUM K253007 SUN 00:19:06 SUN MIROSLAV HOLUB In the Microscope SUN Douglas Hodge (reader) SUN 00:19:25 SUN KRONOS QUARTET Requiem for a Dream Lux Aeterna SUN NONESUCH 7559796112 SUN 00:23:13 SUN FLEUR ADCOCK The Ex-queen among the Astronomers SUN Cheryl Campbell (reader) SUN 00:25:00 SUN PHILIP GLASS The Essential Philip Glass SUN Bed from Einstein on the Beach SONY CLASSICAL SK64133 SUN 00:28:40 SUN BELA BARTOK The Orchestral Masterpieces SUN Concerto for Orchestra - Elegia SUN Chicago Symphony Orchestra SUN Sir George Solti - conductor DECCA 4705162 SUN 00:28:50 SUN MARY SHELLEY Frankenstein Cheryl Campbell (reader) SUN 00:35:10 SUN RANDY NEWMAN Little Criminals SUN Sigmund Freud's Impersonation of Albert Einstein in SUN America WARNER K256404 SUN 00:38:01 SUN TORU TAKEMITSU Orchestral Works SUN Orion and Pleiades - Orion SUN BBC National Orchestra of Wales Paul Watkins - cello SUN Tadaaki Otaka - Conductor BIS CD760BIS SUN 00:28:59 SUN ROBERT FROST SUN On looking up by chance at the constellations SUN Cheryl Campbell (reader) SUN 00:42:58 SUN GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS I am like a slip of comet SUN Douglas Hodge (reader) SUN 00:44:33 SUN J.S. BACH SUN Cello Suites 1-6 Suite no 3 in C Major - Bouree SUN Yo-Yo Ma - cello CBS M2K37867 SUN 00:47:55 SUN PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY The Cloud SUN Douglas Hodge and Cheryl Campbell (readers) SUN 00:48:56 SUN CLAUDE DEBUSSY Nocturnes - Nuages SUN The Cleveland Orchestra Pierre Boulez - conductor SUN DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON 4398962 SUN 00:55:10 SUN PRIMO LEVI Almanac Douglas Hodge (reader) SUN 00:56:17 SUN ARTHUR BLISS Suite from Things to Come - Pestilence SUN London Symphony Orchestra Sir Arthur Bliss - conductor SUN DUTTON LABORATORIES CDLXT2501 SUN SUN 23:30 Jazz Line-Up b00lfp6d (Listen) SUN BBC Big Band - 2009 Glasgow International Jazz Festival SUN Radio 3 at the Summer Festivals. SUN SUN Claire Martin presents and sings with the BBC Big Band in SUN a performance given as part of the 2009 Glasgow SUN International Jazz Festival. The band's principal SUN conductor, Barry Forgie, has been writing and arranging SUN for the group since the 1970s and for this concert has SUN arranged a finale medley of tunes made famous by Oliver SUN Nelson which includes a rendition of the classic song SUN Stolen Moments to be sung by Claire. SUN SUN Special guest tenor saxophonist Art Themen is soloist on SUN such songs as Prelude to a Kiss and Baubles, Bangles and SUN Beads, based on a version by the Gerry Mulligan Quartet. SUN SUN Recordings by the BBC at The Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow, on SUN 25 June 2009 as part of the Glasgow International Jazz SUN Festival. SUN SUN Title: Big Swing Face Artist: BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Bill Potts Arr: Barry Forgie SUN SUN Title: I've Got the World on a String SUN Artist: Claire Martin (vocals), BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler Arr: Barry Forgie SUN SUN Title: Watch What Happens SUN Artist: Art Themen (saxophone), BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Michel Legrand/Norman Gimbel Arr: Barry Forgie SUN SUN Title: A Time for Love SUN Artist: Gordon Campbell (trombone ), BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Paul Francis Webster/Johnny Mandel SUN Arr: Sammy Nestico SUN SUN Title: Happy Song Artist: BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Bob Mintzer Arr: Barry Forgie SUN SUN Title: Come Back to Me SUN Artist: Claire Martin (vocals), BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Alan J Lerner/B Laine Arr: Barry Forgie SUN SUN Title: Melon Bells Artist: BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Kim Richmond Arr: Barry Forgie SUN SUN Title: Threshold SUN Artist: Art Themen (saxophone), BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Patrick Williams Arr: Barry Forgie SUN SUN Title: Some Time Ago SUN Artist: Art Themen (saxophone), BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Sergio Mendes/Sergio Mihanovich Arr: N/A SUN SUN Title: Fried Bananas Artist: BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Dexter Gordon Arr: Barry Forgie SUN SUN Title: I Belong to Glasgow Artist: BBC Big Band SUN Comp: Adrian Drover Arr: Adrian Drover SUN SUN Title: Medley - Tribute to Oliver Nelson SUN 1: Theme from Ironside SUN 2: Critics Choice (with Art Themen, saxophone) SUN 3: Stolen Moments (with Claire Martin, vocals) SUN 4: Anacrusis Artist: BBC Big Band Comp: Oliver Nelson SUN Arr: Barry Forgie. SUN MON MONDAY 6 JULY 2009 MON MON 01:00 Through the Night b00lfppr (Listen) MON 1.00am MON Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Piano Concerto No 11 MON in F, K413 Christoph Hammer (fortepiano) MON Harmonie Universelle: Florian Deuter (violin) MON Monica Waisman (violin) David Glidden (viola) MON Balasz Mate (cello) MON 1.21am MON Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): String Quartet No 14 MON in G, K387 Harmonie Universelle: MON Florian Deuter, Monica Waisman (violins) MON David Glidden (viola) Balasz Mate (cello) MON 1.55am MON Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Prelude and Fugue in MON C for piano, K394 Christoph Hammer (fortepiano) MON 2.04am MON Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): String Quartet No 4 MON in C, K157 Harmonie Universelle MON 2.19am MON Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Piano Concerto No 12 MON in A, K414 Christoph Hammer (fortepiano) Harmonie MON 2.43am MON Klami, Uuno (1900-1961): Symphonie enfantine, Op 17 (1928) MON Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra MON Pertti Pekkanen (conductor) MON 3.01am MON Balakirev, Mily Alexeyevich (1837-1910): Tamara - MON symphonic poem MON Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava MON Oliver Dohnanyi (conductor) MON 3.23am MON Szymanowski, Karol (1882-1937): Sheherazade (Masques for MON piano, Op 34, appl) Natalya Pasichnyk (piano) MON 3.32am MON Ramovs, Primoz (1921-1999): Woodwind Quintet MON The Ariart Woodwind Quintet MON 3.41am MON Foerster, Kaspar (1616-1673): Viri Israelite MON La Capella Ducale MON 3.58am MON Philips, Peter (1561-1628): Amarilli mia bella, after MON Caccini MON Forqueray, Antoine (1672-1745), transcr Jean Baptiste MON Forqueray (1699-1782): La Portugaise (Suite No 1 in D MON minor) Vital Julian Frey (harpischord) MON 4.05am MON Couperin, Francois (1668-1733): La Francoise (La pucelle) MON Ricercar Consort Henri Ledroit (conductor) MON 4.12am MON Lilburn, Douglas (1915-2001): Diversions for strings MON Symphony Nova Scotia Georg Tintner (conductor) MON 4.29am MON Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871-1927): Late Summer Nights (1914) MON Dan Franklin (piano) MON 4.47am MON Lindberg, Oskar (1887-1955): Midsommarnatt MON Swedish Radio Choir (women's voices only) MON Eric Ericson Chamber Choir Maria Wieslander (piano) MON Gustav Sjokvist (conductor) MON 4.50am MON Verdi, Giuseppe (1813-1901): Overture (The Sicilian MON Vespers) Orchestre du Conservatoire de Musique du Quebec MON Raffi Armenian (conductor) MON 5.01am MON Contant, (Joseph Pierre) Alexis (1858-1918): Overture (Les MON deux ames) Edmonton Symphony Orchestra MON Uri Mayer (conductor) MON 5.10am MON Herberigs, Robert (1886-1974): There were nine soldiers MON 5.12am MON Herberigs: 13 old Flemish Songs (1949-50, selection) MON The Flemish Radio Choir Eric Mertens (flute) MON Joost Gils (oboe) Alex van Beveren (cor anglais) MON Anne Boeykens (clarinet) MON Luc Verdonck, Paul Gerlo (bassoons) MON Herman Lemahieu (horn) Johan Duijck (conductor) MON 5.17am MON Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809): Sonata in E flat, H XVI 49 MON Arthur Schoondewoerd (fortepiano) MON 5.36am MON Blow, John (1649-1708): The Graces' Dance MON The Consort of Musicke Anthony Rooley (director) MON 5.43am MON Shostakovich, Dimitri (1906-1975): Chamber Symphony in C MON minor, Op 110a - arr Barshai from String Quartet No 8 MON The Slovenian Philharmonic String Chamber Orchestra MON Andrej Petrac (artistic leader) MON 6.05am MON Schubert, Franz (1797-1828): Schafers Klagelied, D121 MON Christoph Pregardien (tenor) Andreas Staier (fortepiano) MON 6.09am MON Zemzaris, Imants (b.1951): Pastorale for Summer Flute MON Talivaldis Deknis (organ) MON 6.24am MON Anon (17th century): Strawberry leaves MON 6.26am MON Gibbons, Orlando (1583-1625): Fantasia a 3 No 2 MON (Koninklycke Fantasien) Concordia MON Mark Levy (conductor) MON 6.29am MON Handel, Georg Frideric (1685-1759): Aria: Sorge nel petto MON (Rinaldo - Act 3, Sc 4) MON Handel: Dall'ondoso periglio; Aria: Aure, deh, per pieta MON (Giulio Cesare in Egitto - Act 3, Sc 4) MON Graham Pushee (countertenor) MON Australian Brandenburg Orchestra MON Paul Dyer (artistic director) MON 6.41am MON Corelli, Arcangelo (1653-1713): Sonata in D for trumpet, MON two violins and continuo MON Crispian Steele-Perkins (trumpet) The King's Consort MON Robert King (director) MON 6.47am MON Halvorsen, Johan (1864-1935): Norwegian Rhapsody No 1 in A MON Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra MON Christopher Warren-Green (conductor). MON MON 07:00 Breakfast b00lfppt (Listen) MON Rob Cowan presents great pieces, great performers and a MON few surprises, including a Haydn Piano Sonata at 9.00am. MON MON 10:00 Classical Collection b00lfppw (Listen) MON 10.00am MON Vivaldi: Concerto in B flat, RV 501 (La Notte) MON Tamas Benkocs (bassoon) Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia MON Bela Drahos (conductor) MON 10.11am MON Schubert: Notturno Florestan Trio MON 10.21am MON Stenhammar: Serenade, Op 3 MON Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra MON Stig Westerberg (conductor) MON 10.59am MON Chopin: Nocturnes (various) Moura Lympany (piano) MON 11.10am MON Mozart: Serenade in B flat, K361 (Gran Partita) MON The Building a Library recommendation. MON MON 12:00 Composer of the Week b009yc0h (Listen) MON Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Episode 1 MON Donald Macleod explores Vivaldi's large and little-heard MON musical catalogue, revealing an energetic and diverse MON composer. MON MON He explores the story of the 20th-century Vivaldi MON renaissance. MON MON Kreisler: Concerto in C for violin and string orchestra MON with organ 'in the style of Vivaldi' (Finale: Allegro MON assai) Gil Shaham (violin) Orpheus Chamber Orchestra MON Robert Wolinsky (organ/conductor) MON naive OP 30416, Trs 1-4 MON MON Motet: In furore iustissimae irae, RV 626 MON Sandrine Piau (soprano) Stefano Montanari (violin) MON Accademia Bizantina Ottavio Dantone (conductor) MON naive OP 30416, Trs 1-4 MON MON Trio in C for violin, lute and basso continuo, RV 82 MON Rolf Lislevand (lute) Manfred Kraemer (violin) MON Beatrice Pornon (theorbo) MON Eduardo Eguez (guitar battente) MON Guido Morini (positif organ) Astree E 8587, Trs 7-9 MON MON Dixit Dominus, RV 807 MON Roberta Invernizzi, Lucia Cirillo (sopranos) MON Sara Mingardo (contralto) MON Paul Agnew, Thomas Cooley (tenors) MON Kornerscher Sing-Verein Dresden MON Dresden Instrumental-Concert MON Archiv 00289 477 6145, Trs 1-11. MON MON 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00lfptq (Listen) MON Vilde Frang/Julien Quentin MON MON Vilde Frang (violin) Julien Quentin (piano) MON MON Schubert: Sonata in A for violin and piano, Op 162 MON Strauss: Sonata for violin and piano. MON MON 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00lfpts (Listen) MON International Orchestras, Episode 1 MON Louise Fryer, in conversation with Simon Rowland Jones, MON presents a series featuring orchestras with international MON line-ups of players, plus another Haydn string quartet. MON MON Mozart: Piano Concerto in A, K488 MON Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano) MON Chamber Orchestra of Europe MON MON Haydn: String quartet in C, Op 71, No 1 MON Endellion Quartet MON MON 2.50pm MON Beethoven: Triple Concerto in C for piano, violin, cello MON and orchestra, Op 56 Mayuko Kamio (violin) MON Han-Na Chang (cello) Jonathan Gilad (piano) MON UBS Verbier Festival Orchestra Paavo Jarvi (conductor) MON MON Haydn: String Quartet in F, Op 71, No 2 Quatuor Ebene MON MON 3.45pm MON Rachmaninov: Symphony No 2 in E minor, Op 27 MON UBS Verbier Festival Orchestra Paavo Jarvi (conductor). MON MON 17:00 In Tune b00lfptv (Listen) MON MON 18:45 Performance on 3 b00lfptx (Listen) MON Haydn Concerts, The Return of Tobias MON MON Roger Norrington conducts the Orchestra of the Age of MON Enlightenment in a performance of Haydn's The Return of MON Tobias. A smash hit when it was first performed in 1775, MON this Old Testament narrative of Tobias and his adventures MON includes entanglements with a sea monster and with the MON demon of lust, who has abducted and killed all seven MON bridegrooms whom his new wife, Sara, had previously MON married. MON MON Haydn: The Return of Tobias MON MON Rachel Nicholls, Lucy Crowe (soprano) MON Ann Hallenberg (mezzo-soprano) Andrew Kennedy (tenor) MON Christopher Maltman (baritone) Joyful Company of Singers MON Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment MON Roger Norrington (conductor). MON MON 21:15 Night Waves b00lfptz (Listen) MON Matthew Sweet talks to writer Glen David Gold about MON fictionalising Charlie Chaplin in his new novel Sunnyside. MON Author of the bestselling book Carter Beats the Devil, the MON author grew up in Hollywood and was inspired to recreate MON the character of Chaplin by his great aunt Ingrid, a MON journalist, who was Chaplin's neighbour. Family legend has MON it that Chaplin dictated parts of his autobiography to her. MON MON Gold's novel takes its title from Chaplin's most unusual MON movie, a rare financial flop called Sunnyside. At just 34 MON minutes long, the 1919 film cobbled together several MON incongruous scenes, including some classic slapstick, a MON surreal dance with wood nymphs, a violent suicide and a MON baffling happy ending. Having already made more than 60 MON movies before he was 30, the Little Tramp could perhaps be MON forgiven this creative mis-step, but Gold sees the film as MON the culmination of personal and professional crises in the MON artist's life, and uses it as the finale to this MON biographical novel. MON MON 22:00 Composer of the Week b009yc0h (Listen) MON [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] MON MON 23:00 The Essay b00lfpv1 (Listen) MON Haydn Essays, Haydn and God MON Series considering different aspects of Haydn's life, work MON and reputation. MON MON David Stancliffe, Bishop of Salisbury, and an experienced MON musical performer himself reflects on the composer's view MON of the Almighty. Haydn composed a great deal of music for MON the church including the six settings of the Mass that MON were among his final masterpieces. But are they the music MON that best represents his view of God? He lived at a time MON when the old certainties were being challenged by science MON and philosophy. Is it impossible to tell where Haydn stood MON on matters of faith from his music? MON MON 23:15 Jazz on 3 b00lfpv3 (Listen) MON Joe Lovano's Us Five at Ronnie Scott's MON Jez Nelson presents a concert from US saxophonist Joe MON Lovano with his new quintet Us Five at Ronnie Scott's in MON London. The set features melodic tunes interwoven with MON free improvisation, and employs all combinations of MON players within the group. Playing a range of horns and MON folk instruments, Lovano is joined by James Weidman on MON piano, bassist Esperanza Spalding and two drummers - Otis MON Brown and Francesco Mela. MON MON Joe Lovano was born in Ohio to a musical family in 1952. MON He rose to prominence during the 1980s playing with John MON Scofield's quartet and Paul Motion's bass-less trio with MON Bill Frisell. Since then, he has led many of his own MON groups, developing a tone that combines Stan Getz's MON melodic style and Coltrane's gruffness with a sound MON knowledge of jazz composition to date. MON MON Artist: Acoustic Ladyland Title: Sport Mode MON Composer: Pete Wareham/Seb Rochford MON Album: Living with a Tiger Label: Strong and Wrong MON MON Artist: Troyka Track: Tax Return MON Composer: Chris Montague Album: Troyka Label: Edition MON MON Artist: Zed-U Track: Showroom Dummies MON Composer: Ralf Hutter MON Album: Night Time on the Middle Passage Label: Babel MON MON Artist: Mark Lockheart Track: Sand into Gold MON Composer: Mark Lockheart Album: In Deep MON Label: Edition MON MON A feature on the relationship between graphic design and MON jazz presented by editor of Eye magazine John L Walters. MON MON Musical excerpts played during the feature: MON MON Artist: Oliver Nelson Track: Stolen Moments MON Composer: Oliver Nelson MON Album: The Blues and the Abstract Truth Label: Impulse MON MON Artist: Art Tatum Track: Makin' Whoopie MON Composer: Art Tatum MON Album: The Complete Capitol Recordings of Art Tatum MON Label: Capitol Jazz MON MON Artist: Lee Morgan Track: Morgan the Pirate MON Composer: Lee Morgan Album: Search for the New Land MON Label: Blue Note MON MON Artist: Miles Davis Track: Funky Tonk MON Composer: Miles Davis Album: Live-Evil MON Label: Columbia/Legacy MON MON Artist: Jan Garbarek Track: Selje MON Composer: Garbarek/Andersen/Versala Album: Triptykon MON Label: ECM MON MON Artist: Pat Metheny Track: The Way Up MON Composer: Pat Metheny/Lyle Mays Album: The Way Up MON Label: Nonesuch MON MON Artist: Iain Ballamy Track: Medallion MON Composer: Iain Ballamy Album: Organic & GM Food MON Label: Feral Records MON MON Artist: Bill Frisell Track: Boubacar MON Composer: Bill Frisell Album: The Intercontinentals MON Label: Nonesuch MON MON Artist: Jason Lindner's Big Band Track: Suheir MON Composer: Jason Lindner Album: Live at the Jazz Gallery MON Label: Anzic MON MON Artist: John Coltrane Track: Giant Steps MON Composer: John Coltrane Album: Giant Steps MON Label: Atlantic MON MON Recommended further reading: MON Title: The Cover Art of Blue Note Records MON Author: Graham Marsh and Glyn Callingham MON Publisher: Collins & Brown (2002) MON MON Title: Blue Note 2: The Album Cover Art MON Editors: Graham Marsh and Glyn Callingham MON Publisher: Chronicle Books (1998) MON MON Title: Horizons Touched - The Music of ECM MON Author: Steve Lake and Paul Griffiths MON Publisher: Granta Books, London (2007) MON MON Jez interviews Joe Lovano. MON MON Joe Lovano recorded at Ronnie Scott's on 26 May 2009. MON MON Line-up: Joe Lovano (reeds) James Weidman (piano) MON Esperanza Spalding (bass) Otis Brown (drums) MON Francesco Mela (drums) MON MON Set list: Us Five Power House Folk Art MON Drum Song Song For Judi Big Ben MON MON All compositions by Joe Lovano. MON MON Recommended further listening: Artist: Joe Lovano MON Album: Us Five Label: Blue Note Released: May 2009. MON TUE TUESDAY 7 JULY 2009 TUE TUE 01:00 Through the Night b00lfpw8 (Listen) TUE 1.00am TUE Nielsen, Carl (1865-1931): Adagio con sentimento religioso TUE (String Quartet, Op 44) TUE 1.09am TUE Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): String Quartet in D TUE minor, K421 TUE 1.37am TUE Shostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975): String Quartet No 8 in C TUE minor, Op 110 Young Danish String Quartet TUE 1.58am TUE Franck, Cesar (1822-1890): Symphony in D minor, M48 TUE Vancouver Symphony Orcehstra TUE Kazuyoshi Akiyama (conductor) TUE 2.39am TUE Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Keyboard Concerto No 2 TUE in E, BWV 1053 Angela Hewitt (piano) TUE CBC Vancouver Orchestra Mario Bernardi (conductor) TUE 3.00am TUE Debussy, Claude (1862-1918): Trois Chansons de Charles TUE d'Orleans BBC Singers TUE 3.08am TUE Debussy, Claude (1862-1918): String Quartet in G minor, Op TUE 10 RTE Vanbrugh String Quartet TUE 3.35am TUE Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849): Introduction and variations TUE in B flat on a theme from Herold's Ludovic, Op 12 (aka TUE Variations brillantes) Ludmil Angelov (piano) TUE 3.42am TUE Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Piano Sonata in B TUE flat, K281 Ingo Dannhorn (piano) TUE 3.54am TUE Abel, Carl Friedrich (1723-1787): Trio in G for two flutes TUE and continuo, Op 16, No 4 La Stagione Frankfurt TUE 4.04am TUE Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767): Sonata in C for TUE recorder and continuo, TWV XL1 C2 Camerata Koln TUE 4.12am TUE Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Sonata in E flat for TUE clarinet or viola and piano, Op 120, No 2 TUE Hans Christian Braein (clarinet) Havard Gimse (piano) TUE 4.33am TUE Liszt, Franz (1811-1886): Notturno No 3 in A flat TUE (Liebestraume, S541), arr from O lieb, S298 TUE Richard Raymond (piano) TUE 4.38am TUE Liszt: Tasso: lamento e trionfo - symphonic poem after TUE Byron, S96 Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra TUE Tamas Vasary (conductor) TUE 5.01am TUE Saint-Georges, Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de (1745-1799): TUE Ouverture (L'amant anonyme - 1780) Tafelmusik Orchestra TUE Jeanne Lamon (conductor) TUE 5.09am TUE Matteis, Nicola (died c.1713): L'amore TUE Elizabeth Wallfisch (baroque violin) TUE Linda Kent (chamber organ) TUE 5.13am TUE Morley, Thomas (1557/8-1602): It was a lover and his lasse TUE Paul Agnew (tenor) Christopher Wilson (lute) TUE 5.17am TUE Schiavetto, Giulio (fl.1562-1565), transcr Zupanovic: TUE Madrigal: O dolce amore (O sweet love); Madrigal: Amor TUE quando fioria (O love, when they were blooming); Madrigal: TUE Fior ch' all' intatta (O flower, so chaste) TUE Slovenian Chamber Choir Vladimir Kranjcevic (director) TUE 5.24am TUE Sibelius, Jean (1865-1957): Rakastava (The lover), Op 14 TUE CBC Vancouver Orchestra Mario Bernardi (conductor) TUE 5.36am TUE d'India, Sigismondo (c.1582-c.1629): Madrigal: Interdette TUE speranz'e van desio; Madrigal: Al partir del mio sole TUE The Consort of Musicke TUE 5.47am TUE Prokofiev, Sergey (1891-1953): Romeo at Juliet's tomb; TUE Death of Tybalt (Romeo and Juliet - suite No 1 - Op 64b) TUE Flemish Radio Orchestra Yoel Levi (conductor) TUE 6.00am TUE Mouret, Jean-Joseph (1682-1738): Andromede et Persee - TUE cantata Richard Duguay (tenor) Arion TUE 6.15am TUE Saint-Saens, Camille (1835-1921), arr unknown: Aria - Mon TUE coeur s'ouvre a ta voix (Samson et Dalila) TUE Jouko Harjanne (trumpet) Norwegian Radio Orchestra TUE Ari Rasilainen (conductor) TUE 6.21am TUE Khachaturian, Aram (1903-1978): Adagio of Spartacus and TUE Phrygia (Spartacus - Act 3) TUE Ukranian National Radio Symphony Orchestra TUE Vyacheslav Blinov (conductor) TUE 6.31am TUE Suk, Josef (1874-1935): A Fairy-tale suite (Pohadka), Op TUE 16 (Raduz and Mahulena) Czech Philharmonic Orchestra TUE Vaclav Smetacek (conductor). TUE TUE 07:00 Breakfast b00lfpwb (Listen) TUE Rob Cowan presents a lively mix of music, including a TUE Haydn Piano Sonata at 9.00am. TUE TUE 10:00 Classical Collection b00lfpwd (Listen) TUE 10.00am TUE Dvorak: Serenade in E for strings, Op 22 TUE Academy of St Martin in the Fields TUE Neville Marriner (conductor) TUE 10.30am TUE Nielsen: Serenata in vano Athena Ensemble TUE 10.38am TUE Anderson: Serenata BBC Concert Orchestra TUE Leonard Slatkin (conductor) TUE 10.43am TUE A Scarlatti: Four Arias with trumpet solo (Si suoni la TUE tromba; Con voce festiva; Rompe sprezza; Mio tesoro per te TUE moro) Kathleen Battle (soprano) TUE Wynton Marsalis (trumpet) Orchestra of St Luke's TUE John Nelson (conductor) TUE 10.55am TUE Glazunov: Serenade, Op 11, No 2 TUE Marie Luise Neunecker (horn) Bamberg Symphony Orchestra TUE Werner Andreas Albert (conductor) TUE 11.00am TUE Schubert: Standchen (Schwanengesang, D957, No 4) TUE Andreas Schmidt (baritone) Rudolf Jansen (piano) TUE 11.04am TUE Brahms: Vergebliches Ständchen Iliana Cotrubas (soprano) TUE Erik Werba (piano) TUE 11.06am TUE Strauss: Standchen Hermann Prey (baritone) TUE Leonard Hokanson (piano) TUE 11.08am TUE Moeran: Serenade Northern Sinfonia of England TUE Richard Hickox (conductor) TUE 11.24am TUE Martinu: Serenade No 3 for oboe, clarinet, four violins TUE and cello Jan Kolar (oboe) Lubomir Legemza (clarinet) TUE Strings of the Prague Chamber Orchestra TUE 11.32am TUE Suk: Serenade for strings, Op 6 Suk Chamber Orchestra TUE Josef Suk (conductor). TUE TUE 12:00 Composer of the Week b009ydzl (Listen) TUE Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Episode 2 TUE Donald Macleod considers whether there is truth in the TUE claim, once made by the Italian composer Luigi TUE Dallapiccola, that Vivaldi did not write hundreds of TUE different concertos, but actually wrote the same concerto TUE many times over. TUE TUE Concerto in C for two trumpets, strings and basso TUE continuo, RV 537 TUE Gabriele Cassone, Luca Marzana (trumpets) Zefiro TUE Alfredo Bernardini (conductor) naive E 8679, Trs 1-3 TUE TUE Concerto in A for for strings, RV 158 TUE Collegium Musicum 90 Simon Standage (conductor) TUE Chaconne CHAN 0867, Trs 1-3 TUE TUE Concerto in F for recorder, oboe, violin, bassoon and TUE basso continuo, RV 98 (La tempesta di mare) TUE Michael Schneider (recorder) TUE Hans-Peter Westermann (oboe) Mary Utiger (violin) TUE Michael McCraw (bassoon) Rainer Zipperling (cello) TUE Harald Hoeren (harpsichord) TUE Deutsche Harmonia Mundi RD77156, Trs 4-6 TUE TUE Concerto in B minor for four violins, cello, strings and TUE basso continuo, RV 580 TUE John Holloway, Monica Huggett, Catherine Mackintosh, TUE Elizabeth Wilcock (violin) Susan Sheppard (cello) TUE Academy of Ancient Music Christopher Hogwood (conductor) TUE L'Oiseau-Lyre 410 553-2, Tr 2 TUE TUE Concerto in E flat for bassoon, strings and continuo, RV TUE 483 Klaus Thunemann (bassoon) I Musici TUE Philips 416 355-2, Trs 7-9 TUE TUE Concerto in C for violin, two string orchestras and basso TUE continuo, RV 581 (Per la santissima assontione di Maria TUE Vergine) Antonio de Secondi (violin) TUE Concerto Italiano Rinaldo Alessandrini (conductor) TUE naive/Opus 111 OP 30383, Trs 26-28. TUE TUE 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00lfpzf (Listen) TUE City of London Festival 2009, Daniela Lerner/Jose Luis Gayo TUE Radio 3 at the Summer Festivals. TUE TUE Louise Fryer presents a concert given as part of the 2009 TUE City of London Festival, featuring members of the Radio 3 TUE New Generation Artists scheme. TUE TUE In a recital from St Mary Abchurch, mezzo-soprano Daniela TUE Lehner and pianist Jose Luis Gayo perform songs by TUE Schumann (including his Maria Stuart Lieder), Grieg, TUE Rachmaninov and Adolf Jensen. TUE TUE 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00lfpzh (Listen) TUE International Orchestras, Episode 2 TUE Louise Fryer presents a series featuring orchestras with TUE international line-ups of players, plus more Haydn String TUE Quartets. TUE TUE Tchaikovsky: Souvenir de Florence TUE Chamber Orchestra of Europe Douglas Boyd (conductor) TUE TUE Haydn: String Quartet in E flat, Op 71, No 3 TUE Quatuor Ebene TUE TUE 3.00pm TUE Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis TUE Chamber Orchestra of Europe Douglas Boyd (Conductor) TUE TUE Berg: Wozzeck, Op 7 (three excerpts) TUE Measha Brueggergosman (soprano) TUE UBS Verbier Festival Orchestra TUE Manfred Honeck (conductor) TUE TUE Sibelius: Violin Concerto in D minor, Op 47 TUE Leonidas Kavakos (violin) UBS Verbier Festival Orchestra TUE Manfred Honeck (conductor) TUE TUE 4.10pm TUE Beethoven: Symphony No 6 in F, Op 68 (Pastoral) TUE UBS Verbier Festival Orchestra TUE Manfred Honeck (conductor). TUE TUE 17:00 In Tune b00lfq4p (Listen) TUE TUE 19:00 Performance on 3 b00lfq4r (Listen) TUE Haydn Concerts, Florestan Trio TUE TUE The Florestan Trio continue their 2009 celebrations of the TUE music of Haydn with a concert, given at London's Wigmore TUE Hall, featuring two of the Trios, along with the work that TUE Smetana wrote after the tragic death of his young first TUE daughter. TUE TUE Florestan Trio TUE TUE Haydn: Piano Trio in D, H XV 24; Piano Trio in E, H XV 28 TUE Smetana: Piano Trio in G minor, Op 15 TUE TUE Followed by some of Haydn's Canzonettas sung by soprano TUE Elizabeth Watts. TUE TUE 21:15 Night Waves b00lfq4t (Listen) TUE Bidisha talks to novelist Arundhati Roy about her TUE collection of essays tracking the faultlines that threaten TUE India's democracy. In Listening to the Grasshoppers, Roy TUE warms of shockwaves that will spread throughout the region. TUE TUE Roy won the Booker Prize in 1997 for her first novel The TUE God of Small Things, a semi-autobiographical work that TUE captures her childhood experiences growing up in Ayemenem. TUE Until she was made financially stable by the success of TUE The God of Small Things, Roy did various jobs, including TUE running aerobics classes at New Delhi five-star hotels. TUE TUE Since winning the Booker, Roy has concentrated on TUE non-fiction and politics, acting as a spokesperson for the TUE anti-globalisation movement and a vehement critic of the TUE approach to industrialisation and rapid development TUE currently practised in India. TUE TUE 22:00 Composer of the Week b009ydzl (Listen) TUE [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] TUE TUE 23:00 The Essay b00lfq4w (Listen) TUE Haydn Essays, Haydn's Odder Instruments TUE Series considering different aspects of Haydn's life, work TUE and reputation. TUE TUE Broadcaster, pianist and composer David Owen Norris TUE explores the composer's approach to working with some TUE unusual instruments, asking what this little-known aspect TUE of Haydn's music says about his working methods. TUE TUE Some of these pieces are considered to be of the highest TUE quality. The 126 trios that Haydn wrote for viola, cello TUE and baryton are just one aspect of his work with unusual TUE instruments. He also wrote for the mechanical organ (the TUE nearest the 18th-century came to a record player), and a TUE hybrid of the hurdy-gurdy and chamber organ called the TUE lira organizzata. TUE TUE 23:15 Late Junction b00lfq4y (Listen) TUE Verity Sharp's varied musical selection includes the TUE stately sound of the Japanese Gagaku orchestra, the TUE ghostly Americana of Georgia's Horse, accordionist Teodoro TUE Anzellotti playing Dream by John Cage and an improvisation TUE for the unusual combination of bass clarinet and hang. TUE WED WEDNESDAY 8 JULY 2009 WED WED 01:00 Through the Night b00lfq6d (Listen) WED 1.00am WED Bacewicz, Grazyna (1909-1969): Overture (1943) WED National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra WED Zbynek Muller (conductor) WED 1.08am WED Bacewicz: Cello Concerto No 1 (1951) WED Anita Krochmalska (cello) WED Polish Radio and Television Orchestra, Cracow WED Tadeusz Wojciechowski (conductor) WED 1.29am WED Bacewicz: Concerto for string orchestra (1948) WED Amadeus Polish Radio Chamber Orchestra in Poznan WED Agnieszka Duczmal (conductor) WED 1.43am WED Bacewicz: Violin Concerto No 2 (1945) WED Robert Kabara (violin) WED National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra WED Jacek Rogala (conductor) WED 2.15am WED Bacewicz: Divertimento for string orchestra (1965) WED Amadeus Polish Radio Chamber Orchestra in Poznan WED Agnieszka Duczmal (conductor) WED 2.22am WED Bacewicz: Music for strings, trumpets and percussion WED National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra WED Jerzy Salwarowski (conductor) WED 2.42am WED Ligeti, Gyorgy (1923-2006): Etudes for piano (selection) WED Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano) WED 3.01am WED Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847): Octet in E flat for WED strings, Op 20 WED Leonidas Kavakos, Per Kristian Skalstad, Frode Larsen, Tor WED Johan Boen (violins) WED Lars Anders Tomter, Catherine Bullock (violas) WED Oystein Sonstad, Ernst Simon Glaser (cellos) WED 3.33am WED Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827), arr Geert Bierling: WED Marcia Funebre (Symphony No 3 in E flat, Op 55 - Eroica) WED Geert Bierling (organ) WED 3.38am WED Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809): Concerto in D for cello and WED orchestra, H VIIb 2 Alexandra Gutu (cello) WED Romanian Radio Chamber Orchestra WED Radu Zvoriszeanu (conductor) WED 4.03am WED Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827): Overture from the WED Incidental music to Konig Stephan, Op 117 WED Toronto Symphony Orchestra Andrew Davis (conductor) WED 4.11am WED Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741): Violin Concerto in D, Op 3, WED No 9 Europa Galante Fabio Biondi (director) WED 4.19am WED Rosenmuller, Johann (c 1619-1684): De profundis - Psalm WED 129 (130) Johanna Koslowsky (soprano) WED David Cordier (countertenor) Gerd Türk (tenor) WED Stephan Schreckenberger (bass) Carsten Lohff (organ) WED Cantus Koln Konrad Junghanel (conductor/lute) WED 4.32am WED Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849): Andante spianato and Grande WED Polonaise brillante, Op 22 Ludmil Angelov (piano) WED Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra WED Milen Nachev (conductor) WED 4.46am WED Rossini, Gioachino (1792-1868): Una voce poco fa (Il WED Barbiere di Siviglia) Jouko Harjanne (trumpet) WED Norwegian Radio Orchestra Ari Rasilainen (conductor) WED 4.52am WED De Vocht, Lodewijk (1887-1977): Naar Hoger Licht (Towards WED a Higher Light), symphonic poem with cello solo (1933) WED Luc Tooten (cello) Flemish Radio Orchestra WED Jan Latham-Koenig (conductor) WED 5.01am WED Debussy, Claude (1862-1918), orch Ravel, Maurice WED (1875-1937): Tarantelle styrienne (Danse) WED Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra Kazuhiro Koizumi (conductor) WED 5.07am WED Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849): Four Mazurkas WED Ashley Wass (piano) WED 5.17am WED Moniuszko, Stanislaw (1819-1872): Mazurka (Halka - WED 1846-1857) Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra WED Szymon Kawalla (conductor) WED 5.22am WED Dowland, John (1563-1626): Pavan (Taffelconsort - 1621) WED Concordia Mark Levy (director) WED 5.27am WED Philips, Peter (c.1560-1628): Pavan Dolorosa Concordia WED Mark Levy (director) WED 5.32am WED Byrd, William (c.1540-1623): Pavan and galliard in G for WED keyboard, MB XXVIII 70 (Quadran) WED Aapo Hakkinen (harpsichord) WED 5.46am WED Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Sarabande (Suite No 1 WED in G for cello solo, BWV 1007) Andreas Brantelid (cello) WED 5.50am WED Pezel, Johann Christoph (1639-1694), arr Romm, Ronald: WED Suite of German dances Canadian Brass WED 5.58am WED Grieg, Edvard (1843-1907): Holberg suite, Op 40 - vers for WED string orchestra Stavanger Symphony Orchestra WED Eivind Aadland (conductor) WED 6.21am WED Martinu, Bohuslav (1890-1959): Etudes and polkas - Book 3 WED for piano Antonin Kubalek (piano) WED 6.30am WED Strauss, Johann II (1825-1899): Unter Donner und Blitz - WED polka, Op 324 WED 6.33am WED J Strauss II: Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka, Op 214 WED BBC Philharmonic Vassily Sinaisky (conductor) WED 6.36am WED J Strauss II: Four dances WED Osterreichischer Rundfunk (ORF) Symphony Orchestra WED Peter Guth (conductor). WED WED 07:00 Breakfast b00lfq6g (Listen) WED Rob Cowan presents a refreshing mix of music, including a WED Haydn Piano Sonata at 9.00am. WED WED 10:00 Classical Collection b00lfq6j (Listen) WED 10.00am WED Sibelius: Night Ride and Sunrise WED City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra WED Simon Rattle (conductor) WED 10.16am WED Berwald: Serenade Thomas Annmo (tenor) WED Lars Hjelm (clarinet) Philip Foster (horn) WED Joel Sundin (viola) Mikael Bjork (double bass) WED Joakim Kallhed (piano) WED 10.32am WED Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No 4 Simon Standage (violin) WED Philip Pickett, Rachel Beckett (recorders) WED The English Concert WED Trevor Pinnock (harpsichord/director) WED 10.49am WED Catalani: Serenata WED Pietro Spada, Giorgio Cozzolino (piano duet) WED 10.55am WED Haydn: Symphony No 54 Hungarian Chamber Orchestra WED Vilmos Tatrai (violin/director) WED 11.22am WED Wiren: Little Serenade for guitar, Op 39 WED Per Skareng (guitar) WED 11.32am WED Szymanowski: Symphony No 3, Op 27 (Song of the Night) WED Ryszard Minkiewicz (tenor) WED Warsaw Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra WED Antoni Wit (conductor). WED WED 12:00 Composer of the Week b009ydkf (Listen) WED Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Episode 3 WED Donald Macleod explores Orlando Furioso, considered by WED many to be Vivaldi's operatic masterpiece, and written WED during a lifetime devoted to working in this form. WED WED Orlando Furioso, RV 728 (1st mvt) Matheus WED Jean-Christophe Spinosi (conductor) WED naive/Opus 111 OP 30393, CD1 Tr 1 WED WED Orlando Furioso (excerpts from Act 1) WED Angelica ...... Veronica Cangemi (soprano) WED Alcina ...... Jennifer Larmore (mezzo-soprano) WED Astolfo ...... Lorenzo Regazzo (bass-baritone) WED Bradamante ...... Ann Hallenberg (mezzo-soprano) WED Orlando ...... Marie-Nicole Lemieux (contralto) Matheus WED Jean-Christophe Spinosi (conductor) WED naive/Opus 111 OP 30393, CD1, Trs 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 WED WED Orlando Furioso (Act 1, Scene 11) WED Ruggiero ...... Philippe Jaroussky (countertenor) WED naive/Opus 111 OP 30393, CD1, Tr 24 WED WED Orlando Furioso (Act 2, Scenes 11-13) WED Angelica ...... Veronica Cangemi (soprano) WED Medoro ...... Blandine Staskiewicz (mezzo-soprano) WED Alcina ...... Jennifer Larmore (mezzo-soprano) WED Orlando ...... Marie-Nicole Lemieux (contralto) WED Choeur Les Elements Matheus WED Jean-Christophe Spinosi (conductor) WED naive/Opus 111 OP 30393, CD 2, Trs 22-35. WED WED 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00lfq8m (Listen) WED City of London Festival 2009, Jennifer Pike/Martin Roscoe WED Radio 3 at the Summer Festivals. WED WED Louise Fryer presents a concert given as part of the 2009 WED City of London Festival, featuring members of the Radio 3 WED New Generation Artists scheme. WED WED Volinist Jennifer Pike is joined by pianist Martin Roscoe WED in a concert from St Bride's, Fleet Street. WED WED Grieg: Violin Sonata No 2 WED James MacMillan: A Different World WED Beethoven: Violin Sonata in G, Op 30, No 3. WED WED 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00lfq8p (Listen) WED International Orchestras, Episode 3 WED Louise Fryer presents a series featuring orchestras with WED international line-ups of players, plus another Haydn WED string quartet. WED WED Respighi: The Birds Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra WED Nicholas McGegan (conductor/harpsichord) WED WED Stravinsky: Suite - Pulcinella WED Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra WED Nicholas McGegan (conductor/harpsichord) WED WED 2.45pm WED Haydn: String quartet in C, Op 74, No 1 Emerson Quartet WED WED Marco Lena: Capriccio World Youth Chamber Orchestra WED Damiano Giuranna (conductor) WED WED 3.30pm WED Tippett: Concerto for double string orchestra WED Chamber Orchestra of Europe Douglas Boyd (conductor). WED WED 16:00 Choral Evensong b00lfq8r (Listen) WED From Portsmouth Cathedral. WED WED Introit: Alleluia, I heard a voice (Weelkes) WED Responses: Spicer WED Office Hymn: Rejoice, the Lord is King (Gopsal) WED Psalms: 91, 93 (Turle, Archer) WED First Lesson: Judges 15 v1 - 16 v3 WED Canticles: Howells in B minor WED Second Lesson: Luke 18 vv15-30 WED Anthem: Jubilate Deo (Purcell) WED Final Hymn: Son of God, eternal Saviour (Everton) WED Organ Voluntary: Finale (Musica Dominicalis) - Eben WED WED Sub-Organist: Marcus Wibberley WED Organist and Master of the Choristers: David Price. WED WED 17:00 In Tune b00lfq8t (Listen) WED WED 19:00 Performance on 3 b00lfq8w (Listen) WED Haydn Concerts, The Seasons WED WED Olari Elts conducts the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in a WED performance of Haydn's oratorio The Seasons, considered to WED be the composer's last important work, depicting rural WED life through the four seasons of the year. It touches on WED the labours, lovemaking, hardships and celebrations of an WED unspecified community of peasants, who are given rousing WED choral passages, including a celebration of wine and a WED hunting chorus. The more solemn Ode to Toil caused Haydn WED to remark that, though he had been industrious all his WED life, he had never before been called upon to write music WED in praise of industry. WED WED Haydn: The Seasons WED WED Elizabeth Watts (soprano) John Mark Ainsley (tenor) WED Roderick Williams (baritone) Scottish Chamber Orchestra WED Olari Elts (conductor). WED WED 21:15 Night Waves b00lfq8y (Listen) WED Isabel Hilton talks to bestselling religious commentator WED Karen Armstrong about her book The Case for God, a WED passionate defence of religion and an attack on prominent WED atheists. Armstrong argues that 'new atheists' have WED constructed a caricature of religion that is dangerous, WED that for the first time in history many millions of people WED want nothing to do with God, and that mainstream theology WED is largely to blame for this crisis of faith. WED WED A former nun, Armstrong has been a vociferous contributor WED to debates about religion since rising to prominence in WED the 1980s with television documentaries such The First WED Christian (1984) - a six-part series on St Paul - and her WED books including The Gospel According to Women (1988) and A WED History of God (1993). Since 11 September 2001, Karen WED Armstrong has spoken widely about Islam and fundamentalism WED and in 2007 was awarded a medal by the Egyptian government WED for her services to Islam, the first foreigner to have WED been given this decoration. WED WED 22:00 Composer of the Week b009ydkf (Listen) WED [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] WED WED 23:00 The Essay b00lfq90 (Listen) WED Haydn Essays, Haydn and Cosmology WED In 1792, on his first visit to London, Haydn visited the WED observatory of the great German-born astronomer William WED Herschel in Slough. Herschel's 40-foot telescope was the WED biggest in the world, and while looking through it Haydn WED would doubtless have learned something of Herschel's WED radical, potentially aetheistical theories on the WED formation of galaxies. Five years later, he composed his WED great oratorio The Creation, a seemingly unquestioning WED account of origins of the world as described in Genesis. WED WED 23:15 Late Junction b00lfq92 (Listen) WED Verity Sharp's varied selection includes a recording from WED the 1920s of the Seven Gallon Jug Band, music for an WED Anatolian wedding played by clarinettist Selim Sesler, WED Jonathan Harvey's setting of Psalm 116 performed by the WED Choir of King's College Cambridge and the delicate sound WED of Balinese bamboo wind harps. WED THU THURSDAY 9 JULY 2009 THU THU 01:00 Through the Night b00lfqby (Listen) THU 1.01am THU Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827): Piano Sonata No 18 in E THU flat, Op 31 Ingrid Fliter (piano) THU 1.23am THU Strauss, Richard (1864-1949): Five lieder THU Elizabeth Watts (soprano) Gary Matthewman (piano) THU 1.38am THU Schumann, Robert (1810-1856): Quintet in E minor for piano THU and strings, Op 44 Ingrid Fliter (piano) THU Ebene Quartet: THU Pierre Colombet, Gabriel Le Magadure (violins) THU Mathieu Herzog (viola) Raphael Merlin (cello) THU 2.09am THU Bartok, Bela (1881-1945): Piano Concerto No 2, Sz 95 THU Geza Anda (piano) Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra THU Bernard Haitink (conductor) THU 2.36am THU Schmelzer, Johann Heinrich (c 1620-1680): Lamento sopra la THU morte Ferdinandi III Les Elements Amsterdam THU 2.43am THU Szollosy, Andras (b.1921): Miserere (Psalmus L) a 6 voci THU The King's Singers THU 3.01am THU Saint-Saens, Camille (1835-1921): Piano Concerto No 2 in G THU minor, Op 22 Dubravka Tomsic-Srebotnjak (piano) THU Slovenian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra THU Samo Hubad (conductor) THU 3.24am THU Schumann, Robert (1810-1856): Piano Trio No 2 in F, Op 80 THU Christopher Krenyak (violin) Jan Insinger (cello) THU Dido Keuning (piano) THU 3.50am THU Weiss, Silvius Leopold (1686-1750): Prelude, Toccata and THU Allegro in G Hopkinson Smith (baroque lute) THU 3.59am THU Bersa, Blagoje (1873-1934): Dramatic Overture, Op 25a THU (1898) Croatian Radio Symphony Orchestra THU Mladen Tarbuk (conductor) THU 4.14am THU Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809): Piano Trio in E flat, HV XV 10 THU (1785) Niklas Sivelov (piano) Bernt Lysell (violin) THU Mikael Sjogren (cello) THU 4.25am THU Huygens, Constantijn (1596-1687): Proba me Deus for bass THU and continuo Anne Grimm (soprano) Peter Kooij (bass) THU Leo van Doeselaar (organ) Mike Fentross (theorbo) THU Mieneke van der Velden (viola da gamba) THU 4.31am THU Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750), arr Samuel Feinberg: THU Largo (Trio Sonata in C, BWV 529) THU Sergei Terentjev (piano) THU 4.40am THU Billings, William (1746-1800): Two Psalm-tunes THU The Gregg Smith Singers Gregg Smith (conductor) THU 4.43am THU Handel, Georg Frideric (1685-1759): Aria: Bramo di THU trionfar (Alcina - Act 1, Sc 8) THU Graham Pushee (countertenor) THU Australian Brandenburg Orchestra THU Paul Dyer (artistic director) THU 4.50am THU Sarasate, Pablo de (1844-1908): Zigeunerweisen, Op 20 THU (appl) Frank Peter Zimmerman (violin) THU Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra THU Guido Ajmone Marsan (conductor) THU 5.01am THU Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich (1804-1857): Overture (Ruslan THU and Lyudmila) Oslo Philharmonic THU Vladimir Jurowsky (conductor) THU 5.06am THU Rubinstein, Anton (1829-1894): On an airy ocean, without THU rudder or sail (The Demon, Act 2, Sc 4) THU Georg Ots (baritone) Moscow Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra THU Kirill Raudsepp (conductor) THU 5.11am THU Purcell, Henry (1659-1695): Sonata No 6 in G minor for two THU violins and continuo, Z807 (1697) Il Tempo THU 5.18am THU Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849): Fantaisie-impromptu in C THU sharp minor for piano, Op 66 Dubravka Tomsic (piano) THU 5.24am THU Schubert, Franz (1797-1828): Five German dances with seven THU trios and coda, D90 Zagreb Soloists THU 5.39am THU Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Concert aria: Ch'io THU mi scordi di te...? Non temer, amato bene, K505 THU Tuva Semmingsen (soprano) Jorn Fosheim (piano) THU Norwegian Radio Orchestra Michel Tabachnik (conductor) THU 5.50am THU Marenzio, Luca (c.1553/4-1599): Giunto a la tomba (Il THU quarto libro de madrigali a cinque voci - Venice 1584) THU The Consort of Musicke Anthony Rooley (director) THU 6.01am THU Glazunov, Alexander Konstantinovich (1865-1936): Mazurka THU in F sharp minor, Op 25, No 2 Stefan Lindgren (piano) THU 6.08am THU Taneyev, Sergey Ivanovich (1856-1915): Symphony No 4 in C THU minor, Op 12 Mariinsky Orchestra THU Valery Gergiev (conductor) THU 6.48am THU Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741): Concerto in C minor for THU treble recorder, RV 441 Michael Schneider (recorder) THU Camerata Koln. THU THU 07:00 Breakfast b00lfqc0 (Listen) THU Rob Cowan presents a refreshing mix of music, including a THU Haydn Piano Sonata at 9.00. THU THU 10:00 Classical Collection b00lfqc2 (Listen) THU 10.00am THU Volkmann: Serenade No 2 in F, Op 63 THU Strings of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra THU Karl Ludwig Nicol (conductor) THU 10.15am THU Martinu: Puppets (Book 1), H137 Giorgio Koukl (piano) THU 10.27am THU Telemann: Trio Sonata in G minor, TWV XLII g2 Opus 4 THU 10.35am THU Kancheli: Night Prayers Jan Garbarek (soprano saxophone) THU Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra THU Dennis Russell Davies (conductor) THU 10.59am THU Mozart: Three night pieces from Die Entfuhrung aus dem THU Serail, Le Nozze di Figaro and Don Giovanni THU 11.09am THU Brahms: Serenade No 1 Berlin Philharmonic THU Claudio Abbado (conductor). THU THU 12:00 Composer of the Week b009yf6z (Listen) THU Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Episode 4 THU Donald Macleod explores Vivaldi's friendship with the THU German violinist Johann Georg Pisendel and discovers why THU so much of the Italian composer's music eventually came to THU light in a library in Dresden. THU THU Concerto in F for violin, two oboes, two horns, bassoon, THU strings and basso continuo, RV 571 THU Giovanni Guglielmo (violin) L'Arte dell'Arco THU Christopher Hogwood (conductor) THU Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 05472 77501 2, Trs 16-18 THU THU Sonata in G minor for violin and continuo, RV 26 THU Fabio Biondi (violin) Rinaldo Alessandrini (harpsichord) THU Maurizio Naddeo (cello) Opus 111 OPS 30-154, Trs 1-5 THU THU Nisi Dominus, RV 803 Carolyn Sampson (soprano) THU Tuva Semmingsen (mezzo-soprano) THU Hilary Summers (contralto) The King's Consort THU Robert King (conductor) Hyperion CDS44181, Trs 13-20 THU THU Concerto in G minor for violin, two recorders, two oboes, THU bassoon, strings and basso continuo, RV 577 (for the THU orchestra of Dresden) Peter Hanson (violin) THU Peter Holtslag, Catherine Latham (recorders) THU Paul Goodwin, Lorraine Wood (oboes) THU Alberto Grazzi (bassoon) The English Concert THU Trevor Pinnock (conductor) Archiv 445 839-2, Trs 13-15. THU THU 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00lfqhj (Listen) THU City of London Festival 2009, Andreas Brantelid and THU Katrine Gislinge Radio 3 at the Summer Festivals. THU THU Louise Fryer presents a concert given as part of the 2009 THU City of London Festival, featuring members of the Radio 3 THU New Generation Artists scheme. THU THU The Danish duo of Andreas Brantelid (cello) and Katrine THU Gislinge (piano) give a performance from the city church THU of St Sepulchre-without-Newgate. THU THU Schumann: Adagio and Allegro THU Stefan Lindgren: Scherzo (UK premiere) THU Chopin: Cello Sonata in G minor, Op 65. THU THU 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00lfqhl (Listen) THU Handel: Ezio (Acts 1 and 2) Handel Operas 2009 THU THU Rarely heard after its London premiere in 1732, Ezio is THU considered to be a masterpiece of music drama, with its THU strong characters, thrilling arias and the occasional THU oddity, and it features Handel's only operatic bass aria THU THU Metastasio's plot is one of passion, murder and revenge. THU Swedish mezzo-soprano Ann Hallenberg leads as Ezio, a role THU created by the castrato Senesino. THU THU Louise Fryer's guest is opera critic Barry Emslie, who has THU some individual and controversial views about Handel's THU operas. THU THU Handel: Ezio (Acts 1 and 2) THU THU Ezio, Roman general ...... Ann Hallenberg (mezzo-soprano) THU Fulvia, his lover ...... Karina Gauvin (soprano) THU Massimo, her father ...... Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani (tenor) THU Valentiniano, Emperor of Rome ...... Sonia Prina THU (contralto) THU Onoria, his sister ...... Marianne Andersen (contralto) THU Varo, Ezio's friend ...... Vito Priante (bass) THU Il Complesso Barocco Alan Curtis (director) THU THU 4.15pm THU Haydn: String Quartet in F, Op 74, No 2 Ebene Quartet. THU THU 17:00 In Tune b00lfqhn (Listen) THU THU 19:00 Performance on 3 b00lfqhq (Listen) THU Haydn Concerts, Symphonies for Six THU THU Florilegium perform chamber music by Haydn, including THU arrangements for six players of his London Symphonies, THU made by the impresario Salomon. THU THU Florilegium Ashley Solomon (artistic director) THU THU Haydn: Symphony No 98 in B flat (arr Salomon); String THU Quartet in C minor, Op 17, No 4; Flute Trio in G, Op 38 No THU 4; Symphony No 103 in E flat (Drumroll) - arr Salomon THU THU Followed by John Mark Ainsley singing High on the giddy THU bending mast and other songs by Haydn. THU THU 21:15 Night Waves b00lfqhs (Listen) THU Philip Dodd talks to political historian Timothy Garton THU Ash about Europe, 20 years on from the collapse of the THU Iron Curtain. THU THU In the 1980s, Garton Ash was living on the other side of THU the Berlin Wall - researching the lives of ordinary THU Germans. He went on to write one of the earliest books in THU English on the solidarity protests against communist THU Poland. In 1989, as the Wall came down, the historian was THU in Prague with Vaclav Havel for the Velvet Revolution. THU When Margaret Thatcher called together experts for an THU infamous meeting to decide on whether a reunified Germany THU was a threat to Britain, Garton Ash was there. THU THU As Europe's fortune has been transformed over the past 20 THU years - from divided continent to an enlarged European THU Union sweeping to the edge of Russia - Garton Ash has been THU one of the most informed and influential commentators on THU its fate - not only in London, but in Berlin, Warsaw and THU beyond. THU THU Today, much of former Communist Europe is mired in painful THU capitalist recession. Reunited Germany has a more THU self-interested air to its international outlook. After THU recent elections, many voters in even the federalist of THU European nations have taken on a sceptical - or even THU extremist - attitude. THU THU Philip Dodd asks Garton Ash how he sees the world 20 years THU after the events of 1989. THU THU 22:00 Composer of the Week b009yf6z (Listen) THU [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] THU THU 23:00 The Essay b00lfqhv (Listen) THU Haydn Essays, Haydn and Humour THU Series considering different aspects of Haydn's life, work THU and reputation. THU THU Writer and broadcaster Stephen Johnson reflects on the THU composer's famous sense of humour - was it silly or THU profound? THU THU For few among the great composers was humour such a vital THU part of their creative personality as for Haydn, who THU thought nothing of playing outrageous tricks on the THU audiences of his 'serious' works. False endings, sudden THU orchestral crashes, knockabout humour and rude noises in THU the woodwind section can still cause laughter in the THU concert hall today, while subtler jokes designed to appeal THU specifically to musicians also abound. THU THU 23:15 Late Junction b00lfqhx (Listen) THU Verity Sharp's varied musical selection includes Mexican THU accordion pioneer Narciso Martinez, Valentin Silvestrov's THU homage to Tchaikovsky for piano and violin, Portuguese THU fado singer Antonio Zambujo, as well as the ambient sound THU of Murcof and a viol fantasy by John Jenkins. THU FRI FRIDAY 10 JULY 2009 FRI FRI 01:00 Through the Night b00lfqjp (Listen) FRI 1.01am FRI Cherubini, Luigi (1760-1842): Messa Solenne per il FRI principe Esterhazy FRI Luba Orgonasova, Sara Allegretta (sopranos) FRI Sara Fulgoni (mezzo-soprano) FRI Herbert Lippert, Luca Dordolo (tenors) FRI Tomas Tomasson (bass) Radio France Chorus FRI Orchestre National de Radio France FRI Riccardo Muti (conductor) FRI 2.25am FRI Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849): Fantasie in F minor, Op 49 FRI Xaver Scharwenka (piano) FRI 2.38am FRI Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767): Trio No 7 (Essercizii FRI Musici - for recorder, viola da gamba and continuo) FRI Camerata Koln FRI 2.45am FRI Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Flute Quartet No 1 FRI in D, K285 Carol Wincenc (flute) Chee-Yun (violin) FRI Nokuthula Ngwenyama (viola) David Finckel (cello) FRI 3.01am FRI Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904): Piano Quintet in A, B155 FRI Menahem Pressler (piano) Orlando Quartet FRI 3.34am FRI Schumann, Robert (1810-1856), arr Liszt: Widmung, Op 25, FRI No 1 Janina Fialkowska (piano) FRI 3.38am FRI Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Sonata No 1 in G for violin FRI and piano, Op 78 Vilde Frang Bjaerke (violin) FRI Jens Elvekjaer (piano) FRI 4.04am FRI Schumann, Robert (1810-1856): Theme and variations on the FRI Name Abegg, Op 1 Seung-Hee Hyun (piano) FRI 4.13am FRI Schubert, Franz (1797-1828): Overture (Rosamunde, D644) FRI Orchestre National de France FRI Emmanuel Krivine (conductor) FRI 4.24am FRI Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741): Cello Concerto in D minor FRI Charles Medlam (cello) London Baroque: FRI Ingrid Seifert, Richard Gwilt (violins) FRI William Hunt (violone) John Toll (organ) FRI Nigel North (theorbo) FRI 4.34am FRI Reutter, Johann Georg (1708-1772): Ecce quomodo moritur FRI justus Capella Nova Graz Otto Kargl (conductor) FRI 4.41am FRI Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Prelude and Fuga in C, FRI BWV 870 (Das Wohltemperierte Klavier) FRI Rudolfas Budginas (piano) FRI 4.46am FRI Nicolai, Otto (1810-1849): Overture (The Merry Wives of FRI Windsor) FRI Slovenian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra FRI Marko Munih (conductor) FRI 4.55am FRI Schubert, Franz (1797-1828) transcr Liszt: (Die) Forelle, FRI S564 Simon Trpceski (piano) FRI 5.01am FRI Noskowski, Zygmunt (1846-1909): Overture (Sir Zolzikiewicz) FRI Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra in Katowice FRI Zygmunt Rychert (conductor) FRI 5.08am FRI Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767): Quadro in B flat for FRI two violins, viola and continuo The King's Consort FRI Robert King (director) FRI 5.15am FRI Gombert, Nicolas (c.1495-c.1560): Media vita in morte FRI sumus a6 BBC Singers Bo Holten (conductor) FRI 5.22am FRI Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Concerto in D minor FRI for two violins and string orchestra, BWV 1043 FRI Lucy van Dael (2nd violin solo) La Petite Bande FRI Sigiswald Kuijken (violin/conductor) FRI 5.39am FRI Saint-Saens, Camille (1835-1921), arr R Klugescheid: My FRI Heart At Thy Sweet Voice (Samson and Delilah) FRI Moshe Hammer (violin) Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi (cello) FRI William Tritt (piano) FRI 5.43am FRI Kutev, Filip (1903-1982): Pastoral for flute and orchestra FRI (1943) Lidia Oshavkova (flute) FRI Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra FRI Dimitar Manolov (conductor) FRI 5.54am FRI Bruch, Max (1838-1920): Kol Nidrei, Op 47 FRI Shauna Rolston (cello) Edmonton Symphony Orchestra FRI Uri Mayer (conductor) FRI 6.06am FRI Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849): Concerto No 2 in F minor for FRI piano and orchestra, Op 21 FRI Christian Ihle Hadland (piano) FRI Stavanger Symphony Orchestra Kiril Karabits (conductor) FRI 6.39am FRI Satie, Erik (1866-1925), arr Milhaud: Jack-in-the-box FRI pantomime CBC Vancouver Orchestra FRI Mario Bernardi (conductor) FRI 6.45am FRI Anon (17th century): Psalm 116 (Lynar B7) FRI Jacques van Oortmerssen (organ) FRI 6.53am FRI Zelenski, Wladyslaw (1837-1921), arr Jan Maklakiewicz: Two FRI Choral Songs unnamed pianist Polish Radio Choir FRI Marek Kluza (director). FRI FRI 07:00 Breakfast b00lfqjr (Listen) FRI Rob Cowan shares his personal choice of music. Including a FRI Haydn Piano Sonata at 9.00am. FRI FRI 10:00 Classical Collection b00lfqjt (Listen) FRI 10.00am FRI Mozart: Serenata notturna, KV 239 Ensemble 415 FRI Chiara Banchini (violin/director) FRI 10.14am FRI Hallam: Dance Suite Galliard Ensemble FRI 10.24am FRI J Strauss II: Hellenen-Polka Vienna Philharmonic FRI Nikolaus Harnoncourt (conductor) FRI 10.27am FRI Liszt: La Serenata (Soirees musicales, S424, No 10) FRI Leslie Howard (piano) FRI 10.34am FRI Britten: Serenade for tenor, horn and strings FRI Martyn Hill (tenor) Frank Lloyd (horn) FRI City of London Sinfonia Richard Hickox (conductor) FRI 11.00am FRI From BBC Maida Vale Studio 1 Haydn: Symphony No 55 FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra Jakub Hrusa (conductor) FRI 11.21am FRI From BBC Maida Vale Studio 1 Attrib Haydn: Oboe Concerto FRI Alexei Ogrintchouk (oboe) BBC Symphony Orchestra FRI Jakub Hrusa (conductor) FRI 11.45am FRI Field: Nocturnes (various) Daniel Adni (piano). FRI FRI 12:00 Composer of the Week b009yfd0 (Listen) FRI Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Episode 5 FRI Donald Macleod concludes his exploration of Vivaldi with FRI an examination of the music published during the FRI composer's own lifetime, from his variations on La Follia FRI to his flute concerto La Notte. FRI FRI Sonata (20 Variations on La Follia) in D minor for two FRI violins and continuo, RV 63 FRI Manfredo Kraemer, Mauro Lopes (violins) FRI Balazs Mate (cello) Xavier Diaz-Latorre (guitar) FRI Xavier Puertas (violone) FRI Carlos Garcia-Bernalt (harpsichord) FRI Alis Vox AVSA9844, Tr 15 FRI FRI Concerto in G minor for flute, strings and continuo, RV FRI 439 (La Notte) Janet See (flute) FRI Jakob Lindberg (archlute) John Toll (organ) FRI Taverner Players Andew Parrott (conductor) FRI EMI CDC 7 47700 2, Trs 9-13 FRI FRI Sonata in D minor for violin and continuo, RV 14 FRI Elizabeth Wallfisch (violin) Richard Tunnicliffe (cello) FRI Malcolm Proud (harpsichord) Hyperion CDA67467, Trs 10-13 FRI FRI Concerto in B flat for violin, strings and continuo, RV FRI 362 (La caccia) Academia Montis Regalis FRI Enrico Onofri (violin/director) FRI naive OP 30417, Trs 13-15 FRI FRI Sonata in B flat for cello and continuo, RV 46 FRI David Watkin (cello) Helen Gough (continuo cello) FRI David Miller (baroque guitar) FRI Robert King (chamber organ) FRI Hyperion CDA66881/2, CD 2, Trs 9-12. FRI FRI 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00lfqnk (Listen) FRI City of London Festival 2009, Pavel Haas Quartet FRI Radio 3 at the Summer Festivals. FRI FRI Louise Fryer presents a concert given as part of the 2009 FRI City of London Festival, featuring members of the Radio 3 FRI New Generation Artists scheme. FRI FRI The Pavel Haas Quartet feature in a performance from the FRI church of St Giles, Cripplegate. FRI FRI Prokofiev: Sonata for two violins FRI Haydn: String Quartet in D minor, Op 42 FRI Prokofiev: String Quartet No 2. FRI FRI 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00lfqnm (Listen) FRI International Orchestras, Handel: Ezio (Act 3) FRI Handel Operas 2009 FRI FRI Louise Fryer presents the conclusion of Handel's Ezio. FRI Part of Radio 3's complete cycle of Handel operas. FRI FRI Handel: Ezio (Act 3) FRI FRI Ezio, Roman general ...... Ann Hallenberg (mezzo-soprano) FRI Fulvia, his lover ...... Karina Gauvin (soprano) FRI Massimo, her father ...... Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani (tenor) FRI Valentiniano, Emperor of Rome ...... Sonia Prina FRI (contralto) FRI Onoria, his sister ...... Marianne Andersen (contralto) FRI Varo, Ezio's friend ...... Vito Priante (bass) FRI Il Complesso Barocco Alan Curtis (director) FRI FRI Plus International Orchestras: FRI FRI 3.00pm FRI Bartok: Music for strings, percussion and celesta FRI Chamber Orchestra of Europe Douglas Boyd (conductor) FRI FRI Haydn: String Quartet in G minor, Op 74, No 3 (Rider) FRI Jerusalem Quartet FRI FRI 4.00pm FRI Shostakovich: Symphony No 15 in A, Op 141 FRI Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra FRI Mikail Pletnev (conductor). FRI FRI 17:00 In Tune b00lfqnp (Listen) FRI FRI 19:00 Performance on 3 b00lfqnr (Listen) FRI Haydn Concerts, OAE - Haydn Symphonies FRI FRI Edward Gardner conducts the Orchestra of the Age of FRI Enlightenment in works from different periods of Haydn's FRI career, performed on the original instruments. FRI FRI Working alone in an isolated corner of the FRI Austro-Hungarian Empire, Haydn created music full of FRI originality - it made him famous throughout Europe. His FRI symphonies, written for private aristocratic FRI entertainment, are seen as unpredictable and engaging - in FRI ways which continue to fascinate long after his death. FRI FRI Lisa Beznosiuk (flute) FRI Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment FRI Edward Gardner (conductor) FRI FRI Haydn: Symphony No 7 in C (Le midi); Symphony No 64 in A FRI (Tempora mutantur) FRI Mozart: Flute concerto No 2 in D, K314 FRI Haydn: Symphony No 90 in C FRI FRI Followed by some of Haydn's Baryton Trios performed by the FRI Esterhay Ensemble. FRI FRI 21:15 The Verb b00lfqnt (Listen) FRI Ian McMillan presents the weekly programme about language. FRI FRI 22:00 Composer of the Week b009yfd0 (Listen) FRI [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] FRI FRI 23:00 The Essay b00lfqnw (Listen) FRI Haydn Essays, Haydn's Head FRI Series considering different aspects of Haydn's life, work FRI and reputation. FRI FRI Professor Robert Winston explores the events leading up to FRI the night when two men opened the composer's grave shortly FRI after his death in 1809, and stole his head in the hope of FRI discovering the secret of his genius. He also looks at the FRI impact the phrenology movement had on modern-day thinking. FRI FRI 23:15 World on 3 b00lfqny (Listen) FRI Mary Ann Kennedy is joined in the studio by Geoffrey FRI Gurrumul Yunupingu, an Australian singer-songwriter, blind FRI from birth, whose songs in the Yolngu language present FRI Aboriginal culture in a contemporary context. FRI FRI