04 September 2009

Radio 3 Listings for 05/09/2009 - 11/09/2009


SAT SATURDAY 5 SEPTEMBER 2009 SAT SAT 01:00 Through the Night b00mdn9n (Listen) SAT 1.00am SAT Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809): Symphony No 47 in G, H I 47 SAT Australian Chamber Orchestra SAT Richard Tognetti (conductor) SAT 1.20am SAT Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Concerto No 19 in F SAT for piano and orchestra, K459 Melvyn Tan (piano) SAT Australian Chamber Orchestra SAT Richard Tognetti (conductor) SAT 1.49am SAT Schubert, Franz (1797-1828), arr Richard Tognetti: String SAT Quartet in G, D887 Australian Chamber Orchestra SAT Richard Tognetti (conductor) SAT 2.32am SAT Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da (c.1525-1594): SAT Magnificat Primi Toni SAT 2.40am SAT Palestrina: Ascendo ad Patrem - Motet for five voices SAT (1572) SAT 2.44am SAT Palestrina: Quem vidistis, pastores Elmer Iseler Singers SAT Elmer Iseler (conductor) SAT 2.48am SAT Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847): The Hebrides Overture SAT Norwegian Radio Orchestra Markus Lehtinen (conductor) SAT 3.01am SAT Stravinsky, Igor (1882-1971): Pulcinella 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; Fulmini quanto sa for voice and accompaniment SAT Emma Kirkby (soprano) David Thomas (bass) SAT Alan Wilson (harpsichord) Jakob Lindberg (lute) SAT 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 4.14am 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 I Cameristi Italiani SAT 4.35am SAT Ipavec, Benjamin (1829-1908): Maria the Gypsy SAT Ana Pusar Jeric (soprano) Nataea Valant (piano) SAT 4.39am SAT Rachmaninov, Sergey (1873-1943): Caprice bohemien, Op 12 SAT (Capriccio on Gypsy Themes) SAT Queensland Symphony Orchestra SAT Vladimir Verbitsky (conductor) SAT 5.01am SAT Stravinsky, Igor (1882-1971): Feu d'artifice, Op 4 SAT Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra SAT Valery Gergiev (conductor) SAT 5.05am SAT Gesualdo, Carlo (c.1560-1613): Ave, dulcissima Maria for SAT five voices (1603a) BBC Singers Bo Holten (conductor) SAT 5.10am SAT Parsons, Robert (c.1530-1570): Ave Maria for five voices SAT BBC Singers Stephen Cleobury (conductor) SAT 5.14am SAT Byrd, William (c.1543-1623): Agnus Dei (Mass for five SAT voices) BBC Singers Bo Holten (director) SAT 5.19am SAT Shostakovich, Dmitry (1906-1975): Concerto No 2 in F for SAT piano and orchestra, Op 102 Patrik Jablonski (piano) SAT Polish Radio Orchestra of Warsaw SAT Wojciech Rajski (conductor) SAT 5.40am SAT Moniuszko, Stanislaw (1819-1872): String Quartet No 1 in D SAT minor (1837-1840) Camerata Quartet SAT 5.56am SAT Holmboe, Vagn (1909-1996): A Song at Sunset (Walt Whitman) SAT Camerata Chamber Choir Michael Bojesen (conductor) SAT 6.04am SAT Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809): String Quartet in G minor, Op SAT 20, No 3 Quatuor Mosaiques SAT 6.23am SAT Schubert, Franz (1797-1828): Piano Sonata in A minor, Op 42 SAT Alfred Brendel (piano). SAT SAT 07:00 Breakfast b00mj2p4 (Listen) SAT SAT 09:00 CD Review b00mj7r9 (Listen) SAT Andrew McGregor plays tracks from the following: SAT SAT 09.05am SAT SUK: Symphony No.2 in C minor, “Asrael” SAT Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Claus Peter Flor SAT (conductor) BIS SACD-1776 (Hybrid SACD) SAT SAT JANACEK arr. Breiner: “Orchestral Suites from the Operas SAT Vol.3”: The Cunning Little Vixen; From the House of the SAT Dead SAT New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Peter Breiner (conductor) SAT Naxos 8.570706 (CD, Budget Price) SAT SAT 09.40am SAT CHOPIN: 24 Preludes Op.28; Andante spianato and Grande SAT Polonaise Op.22 Wojciech Switala (fortepiano) SAT NIFC CD 006 (CD) SAT SAT CHOPIN: Etudes Opp.10 and 25 SAT Tatiana Shebanova (fortepiano) NIFC CD 007 (CD) SAT SAT CHOPIN: Fantasia on Polish airs; Variations on “La ci SAT darem”; Krakowiak; Andante spianato and Grande Polonaise SAT Nelson Goerner (fortepiano), Orchestra of the 18th SAT Century; Franz Bruggen (conductor) NIFC CD 009 (CD) SAT SAT CHOPIN: Piano concertos Nos. 1 and 2 SAT Dang Thai Son (fortepiano), Orchestra of the 18th Century, SAT Franz Bruggen (conductor) NIFC CD 004 (CD) SAT SAT CHOPIN: Works including 4 Impromptus, Nocturnes Op.32, SAT Mazurkas Op.59 Kevin Kenner (fortepiano) SAT NIFC CD 010 (CD) SAT SAT CHOPIN: Mazurkas (selection) Fou Ts’ong (fortepiano) SAT NIFC CD 001 (CD) SAT SAT CHOPIN: Ballades Nos.1-4; Nocturnes Opp.27 and 48/2 SAT Nelson Goerner (fortepiano) NIFC CD 003 (CD) SAT SAT 10.20am SAT HANDEL: Serse SAT Maureen Forrester (Serse), Maureen Lehane (Arsamene), SAT Lucia Popp (Romilda), Owen Brannigan (Elviro), Vienna SAT Academy Chorus and Radio Orchestra, Brian Priestman SAT (conductor) SAT Deutsche Grammophon 477 8339 (3 CDs, Mid-Price) SAT SAT HANDEL: Serse SAT Carolyn Watkinson (Serse), Paul Esswood (Arsamene), SAT Barbara Hendricks (Romilda), Ortrun Wenkel (Amastre), SAT Ulrich Studer (Elviro), La Grande Ecure et la Chambre du SAT Roy, Jean-Claude Malgoire (conductor) SAT Sony Classical 88697527242 (3 CDs, Budget Price) SAT SAT HANDEL: Serse SAT Judith Malafronte (Serse), Lisa Milne (Atalanta), Susan SAT Bickley (Amastre), David Thomas (Elviro), The Hanover Band SAT and Chorus, Nicholas McGegan (conductor) SAT Sony Music 88697 532062 (3 CDs, Budget Price) SAT SAT HANDEL: “Between Heaven and Earth” – oratorio arias SAT Sandrine Piau (soprano), Accademia Bizantina, Stefano SAT Montanari (conductor) Naïve OP 30484 (CD) SAT For more details see SAT http://www.naive.fr/#/work/handel-between-heaven-and-earth SAT SAT HANDEL: La Resurrezione SAT Camilla Tilling (Angelo), Luca Pisaroni (Lucifero), Kate SAT Royal (S. Maria Maddalena), Sonia Prina (S. Maria Cleofe), SAT Toby Spence (S. Giovanni Evangelista), Le Concert SAT d’Astree, Emmanuelle Haim (director) SAT Virgin Classics 50999 694567 (2 CDs) SAT SAT 11.10 am SAT SIBELIUS: Violin concerto; ELGAR: Violin concerto SAT Ida Haendel (violin), City of Birmingham Symphony SAT Orchestra, Simon Rattle (conductor) SAT Testament SBT 1444 (CD, Mid-Price) SAT SAT MOZART: Divertimento K.287; STRAVINSKY: The Rite of Spring SAT Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan SAT (conductor) Testament SBT 1453 (CD, Mid-Price) SAT SAT BEETHOVEN: Symphony No.6 “Pastoral”; STRAUSS: Ein SAT Heldenleben SAT Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan SAT (conductor) Testament SBT 1452 (CD, Mid-Price) SAT SAT BRAHMS: Symphonies Nos. 1-4 SAT Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Simon Rattle (conductor) SAT EMI Classics 2 67254 2 (3 CDs, Mid-Price) SAT SAT 12:15 Music Feature b00mly72 (Listen) SAT Purcell and Dryden - A Professional Friendship SAT Alyn Shipton explores Dryden and Purcell's collaboration SAT on the semi-opera King Arthur, a work which is often SAT regarded as the first professional collaboration between SAT librettist and composer. He is joined by Purcell SAT biographer Jonathan Keates, who describes some of the SAT sights, sounds and smell of the world of Restoration SAT theatre. It was a period in which people would come in and SAT out for single acts of an opera, jostle in the stalls and SAT swap seats in boxes, while the privileged would claim SAT seats on the stage. SAT SAT There is a look at the latest scholarship on the genesis SAT of the opera, with Dryden's biographer, James Wynn, who SAT traces the origins of the collaboration between the two SAT men in the preface to Dioclesian, which was signed by SAT Purcell but written by Dryden. He explains that SAT 17th-century authorship was a bit like the teams of SAT writers on a present-day sitcom. SAT SAT Alyn also considers the origin of the Knights of the SAT Garter, the redecoration of Windsor Castle and the messy SAT politics of Jacobites supporting the ousted James II SAT versus William III's Orange and Protestant sympathies. SAT This provides the background to such remarkable musical SAT treats as Purcell and Dryden's Chorus of Cold People, the SAT paeon of praise to St George, and the best-known setting SAT in the opera Fairest Isle. With naked sylphs, ancient SAT British battles and a drinking song worthy of the terraces SAT at an England game, Alyn sheds new light on this most SAT fascinating of operas. SAT SAT 13:00 The Early Music Show b00mkvn1 (Listen) SAT Eustache du Caurroy SAT Andrew Carwood presents a programme of sacred music by the SAT little-known 16th century French composer Eustache du SAT Caurroy, recorded by the BBC Singers. SAT SAT Du Caurroy was born in 1549 near Beauvais. Nothing is SAT really known about his childhood or musical education, but SAT he apparently declared that he had learned his trade 'by SAT reading good authors and imitating the ancients'. It is SAT thought that some of those 'good authors' and 'ancients' SAT included composers such as Josquin des Prez, Adrian SAT Willaert and Gioseffo Zarlino, who were among the leading SAT lights of the generation before Caurroy. Not a bad SAT starting block, then, for a composer who was to become one SAT of the greatest musicians in Europe during his lifetime. SAT SAT Du Caurroy served the French royal court for his entire SAT career until his death in 1609. His legacy lived on long SAT after his passing, and in 1636 the philosopher Marin SAT Mersenne wrote of him 'Du Caurroy reigns supreme for the SAT great harmoniousness of his composition and his rich SAT counterpoint...all the composers of France hold him to be SAT their master.' These are fine words about a composer who SAT seems to have all but disappeared from our church SAT repertoire today. SAT SAT Vox Domini super aquas BBC Singers SAT Andrew Carwood (conductor) SAT (BBC studio recording, made at St Paul's Knightsbridge, SAT London) SAT SAT Qui paracletus BBC Singers Andrew Carwood (conductor) SAT (BBC studio recording, made at St Paul's Knightsbridge, SAT London) SAT SAT Eustache du Caurroy - Alleuya, Alleluya BBC Singers SAT Andrew Carwood (conductor) SAT (BBC studio recording, made at St Paul's Knightsbridge, SAT London) SAT SAT Eustache du Caurroy - Missa pro defunctis BBC Singers SAT Andrew Carwood (conductor) SAT (BBC studio recording, made at St Paul's Knightsbridge, SAT London). SAT SAT 14:00 BBC Proms b00m8ltp (Listen) SAT 2009, Proms Chamber Concerts, PCM 06 - Joshua Bell, Steven SAT Isserlis and Denes Varjon SAT From Cadogan Hall, London. Presented by Louise Fryer. SAT SAT Long-term chamber partners Joshua Bell and Steven Isserlis SAT join forces with a brilliant young Hungarian pianist for SAT music of poetry and drama. They perform Fantasiestucke, SAT Schumann's four character pieces, which were the SAT composer's first works for piano trio, composed in 1842 SAT when he was particularly interested in the form. SAT SAT These are followed by Mendelssohn's Piano Trio, Op 49, SAT which Schumann himself dubbed 'the master trio of our SAT age'. It bears the hallmarks of an expressive 'song SAT without words' and a fleeting 'scherzo', alongside the SAT Romantic sweep and grandeur of its outer movements. SAT SAT Joshua Bell (violin) Steven Isserlis (cello) SAT Denes Varjon (piano) SAT SAT Schumann: Phantasiestucke, Op 88 SAT Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No 1 in D minor, Op 49. SAT SAT 15:00 World Routes b00mkv1r (Listen) SAT Gnawa and World Music Festival 2009 Part 2 SAT Lucy Duran presents highlights from the 2009 Gnawa and SAT World Music Festival in Essaouira on Morocco's Atlantic SAT coast, an annual free festival which celebrates the SAT ancient tradition of trance music. With performances by SAT Braim El Belkani, a gnawa master who once played with Led SAT Zeppelin, and Morocco's most celebrated band, the veterans SAT Nass El Ghiwane. SAT SAT Essaouira is an old stone town that is home to an even SAT older style of music which arrived in Morocco centuries SAT ago with the slaves who came from across the Sahara. It is SAT a sacred music which is traditionally heard at all-night SAT 'lilas', where animal sacrifices are made and people are SAT healed from spiritual and physical ailments. SAT SAT The sound of the music is characterised by the bass thump SAT of the three-stringed gimbri and the strident clatter of SAT metal castanets. The Gnawa and World Music Festival was SAT established 12 years ago to celebrate the gnawa tradition, SAT with concerts featuring gnawa masters from all over SAT Morocco, together with events where gnawa musicians SAT collaborate with artists from across the globe. SAT SAT El Belkani: Baba l'Rouami Maalem Brahim El Belkani SAT BBC Recording by Marvin Ware, at the Essaouira World Music SAT Festival 2009 SAT SAT Interview with Maalem Brahim El Belkani at the Essaouira SAT World Music Festival SAT SAT El Belkani: Tramin Maalem Brahim El Belkani SAT BBC Recording by Marvin Ware, at the Essaouira World Music SAT Festival 2009 SAT SAT Interview with Andre Azoulay at the Essaouira World Music SAT Festival SAT SAT Lala Fatima Blue Mogador SAT BBC Recording by Marvin Ware, at the Essaouira World Music SAT Festival 2009 SAT SAT Interview with Asdin and Marwan, members of Blue Mogador SAT SAT Dimi Maak Blue Mogador SAT BBC Recording by Marvin Ware, at the Essaouira World Music SAT Festival 2009 SAT SAT Omar Essayed: Fin Radi biya Khouya fin radi biya (where SAT are you going to take me my brother) Nass El Ghiwane SAT BBC Recording by Marvin Ware, at the Essaouira World Music SAT Festival 2009 SAT SAT Interview with Omar Essayed from Nass El Ghiwane SAT SAT Omar Essayed: Annahla Chama (the Queen Bee Chama) SAT Nass El Ghiwane SAT BBC Recording by Marvin Ware, at the Essaouira World Music SAT Festival 2009 SAT SAT 16:00 Jazz Library b00ml69c (Listen) SAT Hampton Hawes SAT In the 1950s, Hampton Hawes was the most exciting and SAT technically gifted pianist in Los Angeles. Pianist and SAT author Tim Richards guides Alyn Shipton through the SAT highlights of Hawes' trio recordings made with the likes SAT of saxophonist Art Pepper, works which are considered SAT landmarks in the history of jazz piano. After a period in SAT prison, Hawes emerged a changed man - Richards also SAT selects the key recordings from his later more SAT contemplative years. SAT SAT Intro Title: Spanish Steps Artist: HAMPTON HAWES SAT Composer: Hawes Album: Blues For Bud SAT Label: Black Lion Number: 760126 Tr 7 SAT Personnel: Hampton Hawes (piano), Jimmy Woode (bass), SAT Arthur Taylor (drums). 10 March 1968 SAT SAT Disc 1 Title: Surf Ride Artist: Art Pepper SAT Composer: Pepper SAT Album: Complete Discovery/Savoy Master Takes SAT Label: Definitive Number 492181 Tr 3 SAT Personnel: Art Pepper (alto saxophone), Hampton Hawes SAT (piano), Joe Mondragon (bass), Larry Bunker (drums). 4 SAT March 1952 SAT SAT Disc 2 Title: I Got Rhythm Artist: Hampton Hawes Trio SAT Composer: Gershwin Album: The Trio Complete Sessions SAT Label: Gambit Number 69235 CD 1 Track 1 SAT Personnel: Hampton Hawes (piano), Red Mitchell (bass), SAT Chuck Thompson (drums). 28 June 1955 SAT SAT Disc 3 Title: Yesterdays Artist: Hampton Hawes Trio SAT Composer: Kern/Harbach Album: The Trio Complete Sessions SAT Label: Gambit Number 69235 CD 1 Tr 13 SAT Personnel: as above. Dec 3, 1955 SAT SAT Disc 4 Title: Do Nothing Til You Hear From Me SAT Artist: Hampton Hawes Quartet with Jim Hall SAT Composer: Ellington/Russell Album: All Night Session SAT Label: Definitive Number 11371 CD 2 Tr 4 SAT Personnel: Hampton Hawes (piano), Red Mitchell (bass), SAT Bruz Freeman (drums), Jim Hall (guitaer). 12/13 Nov 1956 SAT (part of 11-minute track) SAT SAT Disc 5 Title: Up Blues SAT Artist: Hampton Hawes with Barney Kessel Composer: Hawes SAT Album: Four! Label: Essential Jazz Albums SAT Number 045 Tr 5 SAT Personnel: Hampton Hawes (piano), Barney Kessel (guitar), SAT Red Mitchell (bass), Shelly Manne (drums). 27 Jan 1958 SAT SAT Disc 6 Title: I Love You Artist: Hampton Hawes SAT Composer: Porter Album: For Real SAT Label: Original Jazz Classics Number 713 Tr 6 SAT Personnel: Hampton Hawes (piano), Harold Land (saxophone), SAT Scott LaFaro (bass), Frank Butler (drums). March 17, 1958 SAT Originally released on Contemporary (7589) SAT SAT Disc 7 Title: Swing Low Sweet Chariot SAT Artist: Hampton Hawes Composer: Trad SAT Album: The Sermon Label: Original Jazz Classics SAT Number 1067 Tr 3 SAT Personnel: Hampton Hawes (piano), Leroy Vinnegar (bass), SAT Stan Levey (drums). November 24 and 25, 1958 SAT SAT Disc 8 Title: Sonoro Artist: Hampton Hawes SAT Composer: Hawes Album: Blues for Bud SAT Label: Black Lion Number 760126 Tr 2 SAT Personnel: Hampton Hawes (piano), Jimmy Woode (bass), SAT Arthur Taylor (drums). 10 March 1968 SAT SAT Disc 9 Title: Blues Enough Artist: Hampton Hawes SAT Composer: Hawes Album: Blues for Bud SAT Label: Black Lion Number 760126 1 SAT Personnel: Hampton Hawes (piano), Jimmy Woode (bass), SAT Arthur Taylor (drums). 10 March 1968 SAT SAT Disc 10 Title: Web Artist: Hampton Hawes SAT Composer: Hawes Album: Northern Windows Plus SAT Label: Prestige Number 24278-2 Tr 9 SAT Personnel: Hampton Hawes (electric piano), Carol Kaye SAT (electric bass), Spider Webb (drums), with Allen Derienzo, SAT Snooky Young (trumpet), George Bohanon (trombone), Jackie SAT Kelso, William Green, Jay Migliore (reeds). 18/19 July 1974 SAT SAT Disc 11 Title: Rain Forest SAT Artist: Hampton Hawes/Charlie Haden Composer: Hawes SAT Album: As Long As There's Music Label: Verve SAT Number 5135342 Tr 2 SAT Personnel: Hampton Hawes (piano), Charlie Haden (bass). 21 SAT August 1976. SAT SAT 17:00 Jazz Record Requests b00mjl0f (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 It’s Sand, Man (E. Lewis) (3:56) SAT Performed by J.J. Johnson (tb, arr) Kai Winding (tb) Dick SAT Katz (p) Paul Chambers (b) Osie Johnson (d, perc) SAT Recorded 24 June 1955 SAT Taken from the album Complete Fifties Studio Recordings SAT 2005 CD (Lonehill Jazz LHJ10179 (1) Disc 1 Track 14) SAT SAT In the Mood (Andy Razaf, Joe Garland) (3:37) SAT Performed by Henry 'Red' Allen (t) Kid Ory (tb) Bob SAT McCracken (cl) Cedric Haywood (p) Frank Haggerty (g) SAT Charles Oden (b) Alton Redd (d, v) SAT Recorded 19 July 1959, Los Angeles SAT Taken from the album Kid Ory and his Creole Jazz Band SAT featuring Red Allen LP (HMV CLP 1329 S1/1) SAT SAT No Regrets (Tobias, Ingraham) (3:15) SAT Performed by Archie Semple (clt) Dickie Hawdon (tp) Dave SAT Stevens (p) Bill Reid (b) Alan Ganley (d) Recorded 1958 SAT Taken from the album The Clarinet of Archie Semple SAT LP (Seventy-Seven 77LEU 12-6 S2/3) SAT SAT Trees (Joyce Kilmer, Oscar Rasbach) (3:19) SAT Performed by Bunny Berigan And His Orchestra: Bunny SAT Berigan, Irving Goodman, Steve Lipkins (tp) Al George, SAT Sonny Lee (tb) Mike Doty, Joe Dixon (as, cl) Clyde Rounds, SAT George Auld (ts) Joe Lipman (p) Tom Morgan (g) Hank SAT Wayland (b) George Wettling (d) SAT Recorded 23 December 1937, New York SAT Taken from the album The Pied Piper (1934-40) SAT CD (Bluebird 07863666152(1) Track 16) SAT SAT The Sheik of Araby (Ted Snyder, Harry B Smith, Francis SAT Wheeler) (5:22) SAT Performed by Hot Lips Page (tp) Marion McPartland (p) SAT Walter Yost (b) Mousie Alexander (d) SAT Recorded 27 May 1953 Taken from the album Jazz Time USA SAT LP (Coral LVA 9017. S2/5) SAT SAT I’ll Be Seeing You (Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal) (5:03) SAT Performed by Sarah Vaughan (v) Kirk Stuart (p) Buster SAT Williams (b) George Hughes (d) SAT Recorded 18 - 20 July 1963, Copenhagen SAT Taken from the album Compact Jazz: Sarah Vaughan Live SAT 1987 CD (Mercury 8325722 (1) Track 14) SAT SAT Stomping Grounds (Fleck, Wooten) (5:25) SAT Performed by Béla Fleck (banjo) Future Man (synth-axe SAT drumitar) Howard Levy (synthesizer, piano, harmonica) SAT Victor Wooten (b) Jeff Coffin (sax) Sam Bush (mandolin) SAT Paul McCandless (ss) Recorded 1995 SAT Taken from the album Greatest Hits Of The 20th Century SAT 1999 CD (Warner 9362473012(1) Track 2) SAT SAT Les (Eric Dolphy) (4:16) SAT Performed by Chris Biscoe (as, acl, afl) Tony Kofi (as) SAT Larry Bartley (b) Stu Butterfield (d) SAT Recorded 10 December 2007, London SAT Taken from the album Gone in the Air SAT 2008 CD (Trio TR578 (1) Track 2) SAT SAT Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma, Jacques Prévert) (10:58) SAT Performed by Miles Davis (tp) Julian Cannonball Adderley SAT (as) Hank Jones (p) Sam Jones (b) Art Blakey (d) SAT Recorded 9 March 1958 SAT Taken from the album Somethin' Else SAT CD (Blue Note CDP77466382 (1) Track 1) SAT SAT Four (Davis) (7:13) SAT Performed by Sonny Rollins (ts) Herbie Hancock (p) Bob SAT Cranshaw (b) Roy McCurdy (d) Recorded 1964 New York City SAT Taken from the album Now's The Time LP (RCA LPM-2927 B4) SAT SAT 18:00 New Generation Artists b00mjl1d (Listen) SAT SAT Radio 3's New Generation Artists scheme provides concert SAT and recording opportunities for some of the finest young SAT talent on the international music scene. SAT SAT The first String Quartet of Pavel Haas is performed by the SAT young quartet who adopted his name. SAT SAT Austrian mezzo-soprano Daniela Lehner sings Schumann's SAT Maria Stuart Songs, settings of poetry supposedly written SAT by the ill-fated Mary Queen of Scots during her SAT incarceration. The treatment of love and death reflected SAT Schumann's own depression and illness at the time of SAT writing this, his final song cycle. SAT SAT Finally, Argentinian pianist Ingrid Fliter plays Chopin's SAT Sonata No 3 in B minor. SAT SAT Haas: String Quartet No 1 in C sharp minor, Op 3 SAT Pavel Haas Quartet SAT SAT Schumann: Maria Stuart Songs, Op 135 SAT Daniela Lehner (mezzo-soprano) Jose Luis Gayo (piano) SAT SAT Chopin: Sonata No 3 in B minor, Op 58 SAT Ingrid Fliter (piano). SAT SAT 19:00 BBC Proms b00mj2l3 (Listen) SAT 2009, Prom 67: Janacek, McCabe, Dvorak, Part 1 SAT From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Louise SAT Fryer. SAT SAT Forest life abounds in this concert. Janacek's opera The SAT Cunning Little Vixen was based on a newspaper comic-strip SAT adventure, a story of forest-dwellers both animal and SAT human, and nature's ever-turning circle of life and death. SAT Some of Janacek's most engaging and luminous music was SAT selected by the Czech conductor Vaclav Talich and SAT re-orchestrated to form this suite. SAT SAT John McCabe celebrates his 70th birthday in 2009, and the SAT Proms marks it with a performance of his Horn Concerto, SAT commissioned by the BBC in 2007. The soloist is David SAT Pyatt, a past principal horn with the BBC NOW. It is a SAT work infused with the shifting moods and smoky lines of SAT West Coast jazz, but there is also a contrast between SAT urban up-tempo sections and the slower pace of the SAT rainforest soundscapes that open and close the concerto. SAT SAT David Pyatt (horn) BBC National Orchestra of Wales SAT Jac van Steen (conductor) SAT SAT Janacek, arr. Talich: The Cunning Little Vixen (suite) SAT John McCabe: Horn Concerto (Rainforest IV). SAT SAT 19:45 Twenty Minutes b00mj2mb (Listen) SAT On Planet Hoffnung SAT Rainer Hersch, stand-up comedian and classical music SAT specialist, remembers the brilliant and eccentric SAT contribution to the comic side of classical music from SAT Gerard Hoffnung. SAT SAT Hoffnung, who died in 1959 at the age of 34, was a SAT cartoonist and wit whose mocking of the solemn rituals of SAT classical music created a sensation in the 1950s. At a SAT time when the symphony concert was a matter of great SAT seriousness for music-lovers, Hoffnung loved to see the SAT funny side of those formalities. His famous cartoons took SAT the instruments of the orchestra - and the characters of SAT the people who played them - and sent them up mercilessly. SAT SAT In 1956 Hoffnung had the idea of translating the cartoons SAT into real life. With a combination of realisations of his SAT weird cartoon instruments and suitably eccentric SAT compositions to showcase them, the first Hoffnung Music SAT Festival took place at the Royal Festival Hall in London. SAT SAT Rainer Hersch delves into the BBC archives to meet SAT Hoffnung and those who were part of those first concerts, SAT while on the South Bank he encounters two musicians who SAT had to grapple with these memorable, yet oddball SAT orchestral occasions. SAT SAT 20:05 BBC Proms b00mj2l5 (Listen) SAT 2009, Prom 67: Janacek, McCabe, Dvorak, Part 2 SAT From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Louise SAT Fryer. SAT SAT Dvorak wrote his Ninth Symphony during a three-year stay SAT in New York during the 1890s. He wrote the title 'From the SAT New World' himself on the front page of the score, and SAT declared that it was in the spirit of Negro and Red Indian SAT folk music. Dvorak stopped short of using any actual SAT American melodies, but it is often said that the spiritual SAT Swing low, sweet chariot appears tantalisingly close on SAT the flute in the first movement. SAT SAT It is also undeniable that in his Ninth Symphony Dvorak is SAT longing for his native Czech heritage and its Bohemian SAT melodies. SAT SAT BBC National Orchestra of Wales SAT Jac van Steen (conductor) SAT SAT Dvorak: Symphony No 9 (From the New World). SAT SAT 21:15 Drama on 3 b0092c2w (Listen) SAT The Adding Machine SAT Elmer Rice's wildly imaginative Expressionist classic play SAT from 1923. SAT SAT Mr Zero has spent the last 25 years adding up columns of SAT figures and dreaming of advancement. But when the boss SAT finally calls him into his office, Zero does not get the SAT promotion he was expecting - quite the opposite in fact. SAT SAT Mr Zero ...... Nathan Osgood SAT Mrs Zero ...... Rebecca Front Daisy ...... Gina Bellman SAT Shrdlu ...... John Rogan SAT Charles/The Head ...... Danny Sapani SAT One/Boss ...... Peter Marinker SAT Mrs One ...... Liza Sadovy Two/Joe ...... Chris Pavlo SAT Mrs Two/Judy ...... Liz Sutherland SAT Young Man/Policeman ...... Ben Crowe SAT SAT Produced by Steven Canny and Abigail le Fleming. SAT SAT 22:30 Hear and Now b00mp35w (Listen) SAT Xenakis, Julian Anderson SAT In conversation with composer Julian Anderson, Ivan Hewett SAT intoduces recordings made at the 2009 Total Immersion days SAT at the Barbican in London. Including a performance of SAT Iannis Xenakis' Persephassa for percussion, and student SAT works for octet inspired by Xenakis, Stockhausen and SAT Tristan Murail. Plus a recording of Julian Anderson's SAT Poetry Nearing Silence, inspired by a book of drawings and SAT poems by artist Tom Phillips. SAT SAT Xenakis: Persephassa 29:36 Guildhall Percussion Ensemble SAT Richard Benjafield (director) SAT SAT Jane Hebberd: Schism 5:52 SAT Aaron Holloway-Nahum: as our shadows tremble on the SAT walls... 7:53 Edward Nesbit: Quartet for Eight 6:05 SAT Carol Ella (viola) Anneke Hodnett (harp) SAT Tamsy Kaner (cello) Nicholas Korth (horn) SAT Naomi Pitts (clarinet) Hannah Stone (harp) SAT Alison Teale (cor anglais) Kate Walter (flute) SAT Caz Wolfson (percussion) Pierre-Andre Valade (conductor) SAT SAT Julian Anderson: Poetry Nearing Silence 15:22 SAT Birmingham Contemporary Music Group SAT Martyn Brabbins (conductor). SAT SUN SUNDAY 6 SEPTEMBER 2009 SUN SUN 00:00 The Early Music Show b00fr76d (Listen) SUN Vivaldi Concertos SUN Catherine Bott talks to the violinist and director of the SUN ensemble La Serenissima, Adrian Chandler, about his SUN recordings of some of Antonio Vivaldi's lesser-known SUN concertos. Vivaldi wrote over five hundred concertos, SUN including many for his own instrument, the violin, along SUN with some for larger and grander ensembles. Adrian SUN Chandler has long been a champion of Vivaldi as a SUN composer, and is keen to demonstrate some of his less SUN popular works in the concerto idiom. The programme will SUN include complete performances of the Concerto for violin, SUN 2 oboes, bassoon, 2 horns and timpani RV562a, and the SUN violin concerto in F major RV292. SUN SUN Including: SUN SUN VIVALDI Concerto III con violino solo obligato in G, Op.3 SUN RV.310 (1st movement) SUN La Serenissima Directed by Adrian Chandler AVIE 2106 SUN Track 34 SUN SUN VIVALDI Concerto senza cantin, for violin, strings and SUN continuo RV.243 (1st movement) La Serenissima SUN Directed by Adrian Chandler AVIE 2128 Track 13 SUN SUN VIVALDI Concerto for violin, strings and continuo in E SUN flat, RV.254 (2nd movement) La Serenissima SUN Directed by Adrian Chandler AVIE 2128 Track 19 SUN SUN VIVALDI Concerto for violin, 2 cellos, strings and SUN continuo in C, RV.561 (1st movement) La Serenissima SUN Directed by Adrian Chandler AVIE 2128 Track 7 SUN SUN VIVALDI Concerto for violin, cello, organ, strings and SUN continuo, RV.554a La Serenissima SUN Directed by Adrian Chandler AVIE 2063 Tracks 23-25 SUN SUN VIVALDI Concerto for violin, 2 oboes, bassoon, 2 horns, SUN timpani, strings and continuo, RV.562a (3rd movement) SUN La Serenissima Directed by Adrian Chandler AVIE 2154 SUN Track 20 SUN SUN VIVALDI Concerto for violin, strings and continuo in F, SUN RV.292 SUN La Serenissima Directed by Adrian Chandler AVIE 2063 SUN Tracks 1-2 SUN SUN BYRD Venite from The Great Service The Tallis Scholars SUN Directed by Peter Phillips GIMELL CDGIM 011 Track 1 SUN SUN 01:00 Through the Night b00mj2nw (Listen) SUN 1.00am SUN Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Nanie for chorus and SUN orchestra, Op 82 Danish Radio Vocal Ensemble SUN Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra SUN Herbert Blomstedt (conductor) SUN 1.13am SUN Brahms: Gesang des Parzen (song of the fates) for chorus SUN and orchestra, Op 89 Danish Radio Vocal Ensemble SUN Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra SUN Herbert Blomstedt (conductor) SUN 1.24am SUN Brahms: Schicksalslied (Song of destiny) for chorus and SUN orchestra, Op 54 Danish Radio Vocal Ensemble SUN Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra SUN Herbert Blomstedt (conductor) SUN 1.40am SUN Brahms: Symphony No 4 in E minor, Op 98 SUN Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra SUN Herbert Blomstedt (conductor) SUN 2.21am SUN Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937): Trio for piano and strings in SUN A minor Dumky Trio: Pierre-Olivier Quayras (violin) SUN Veronique Marin (cello) Frederic Lagarde (piano) SUN 2.48am SUN Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759): Alpestre monte HWV SUN 81, for soprano, two violins and basso continuo SUN Susie Le Blanc (soprano) Ensemble Tempo rubato SUN Alexander Weimann (continuo and director) SUN 3.01am SUN Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Nine variations on a SUN minuet by Duport for piano, K573 Bart van Oort (piano) SUN 3.11am SUN Faure, Gabriel (1845-1924): Piano Trio in D minor, Op 120 SUN (1923) Grumiaux Trio SUN 3.33am SUN Liszt, Franz (1811-1886): Prometheus - symphonic poem, S99 SUN The Ukrainian Radio Symphony Orchestra SUN Volodymyr Sirenko (conductor) SUN 3.47am SUN Wagner, Richard (1813-1883): Siegfried Idyll for small SUN orchestra Norwegian Radio Orchestra SUN Arvid Engegard (conductor) SUN 4.07am SUN Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Suite for Solo Cello SUN No 6 in D, BWV 1012 Guy Fouquet (cello) SUN 4.38am SUN Nardelli, Mario (1927-1993): Three pieces for guitar (1979) SUN Mario Nardelli (guitar) SUN 4.48am SUN Martinu, Bohuslav (1890-1959): Sonatina for clarinet and SUN piano (1956) Timothy Lines (clarinet) SUN Philippe Cassard (piano) SUN 5.01am SUN Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826): Invitation to the Dance SUN - Rondo brillante in D flat, J260, for Piano, Op 65 SUN Niklas Sivelov (piano) SUN 5.10am SUN Rautavaara, Einojuhani (b.1928): With joy we go dancing SUN Finnish Radio Chamber Choir SUN Eric-Olof Soderstrom (conductor) SUN 5.13am SUN Kuula, Toivo (1883-1918): South Ostrobothnian Dances 1-5, SUN Op 17 (1909) Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra SUN Kari Tikka (conductor) SUN 5.22am SUN Grieg, Edvard Hagerup (1843-1907): Norwegian Dance No 1, SUN Op 35 Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra SUN Andrew Litton (conductor) SUN 5.28am SUN Wingfield, Steven (b.1955): Three Bulgarian Dances, arr. SUN Wingfield for violin and guitar Moshe Hammer (violin) SUN William Beauvais (guitar) SUN 5.36am SUN Cossetto, Emil (b.1918): Two Dances from the cantata SUN Zeleni Jura (Green George) Pavica Gvozdic (piano) SUN 5.45am SUN Trad. Hungarian, arr. unknown: Early 12th century SUN Hungarian Dances Bulgarian Academic Wind Quintet SUN 5.55am SUN Bartok, Bela (1881-1945): Six Rumanian Dances SUN Miklos Szenthelyi (violin) Zoltan Kocsis (piano) SUN 6.01am SUN Infante, Manuel (1883-1958): Three Andalucian Dances SUN Aglika Genova and Liuben Dimitrov (pianos) SUN 6.16am SUN Lopes-Graca, Fernando (1906-1994): Three Portuguese SUN Dances, Op 32 (1941) Portuguese Symphony Orchestra SUN Wolfgang Rennert (conductor) SUN 6.23am SUN Forsyth, Malcolm (b.1936): The Kora Dances for two harps SUN (1990) Julia Shaw and Nora Bumanis (harps) SUN 6.31am SUN Pezel, Johann Christoph (1639-1694): German Dance Suite SUN Canadian Brass SUN 6.39am SUN Champagne, Claude (1891-1965): Danse villageoise SUN Peter Oundjian (violin) William Tritt (piano) SUN 6.42am SUN Turpin, Thomas Million (1873-1922): Harlem Rag (1897) SUN Donna Coleman (piano) SUN 6.46am SUN Blockx, Jan (1851-1912): Flemish Dances SUN BRT Philharmonic Orchestra Brussels SUN Alexander Rahbari (conductor). SUN SUN 07:00 Breakfast b00mj2t9 (Listen) SUN SUN 10:00 Sunday Morning b00mj2tc (Listen) SUN Iain Burnside - Hungary SUN Iain Burnside and his guest, violinist Gyorgy Pauk, take a SUN musical look at Hungary - its composers, performers and SUN its permeative influence. Music choices include works by SUN Haydn, Beethoven and Bartok. SUN SUN Brahms arr. Lakatos: Hungarian Dance No 5 in G minor SUN Roby Lakatos and his Band DG 4578792 Tr 1 Dur: 3m25s SUN SUN Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No 6 Georges Cziffra (piano) SUN EMI CZS7678882 CD1 Tr 6 Dur: 6m55s SUN SUN Ferenc Farkas: Early Hungarian Dances - Chorea, Leaping SUN Dance, Shoulder-blade Dance Galliard Ensemble SUN DEUX-ELLES DXL 1025 Trs 14, 15, 16 SUN Durs: 1m56s, 1m34s, 1m32s SUN SUN Haydn: Concerto in C for cello and orchestra in C, H VIIb 1 SUN Jean-Guihen Queyras (cello) Freiburger Barockorchester SUN Petra Müllejans (conductor) SUN Harmonia Mundi Haydn Edition - HMX2961816 Tr 3 SUN Dur: 6m08s SUN SUN Ligeti: Etudes: Cordes a vides, Der Zauberlehrling SUN Pierre Laurent Aimard (piano) SUN Teldec 0927 43088 2 Trs 8, 10 Durs: 2m51s, 2m SUN SUN Bartok: Rhapsody No 2 for violin and piano, Sz89 SUN Gyorgy Pauk (violin) Jeno Jando (piano) SUN Naxos 8550886 Trs 3, 4 Dur: 10m56s SUN SUN Beethoven: Cavatina: Adagio molto espressivo (String SUN Quartet in B flat, Op 130) Vegh Quartet SUN Valois V4407 Tr 5 Dur: 7m19s SUN SUN Kodaly: Lentils, peas, porridge Cantemus SUN Denes Szabo (conductor) Hungaraton/HCD31291 Tr 13 SUN Dur: 32s SUN SUN Kodaly: Allegro serioso (Duo for violin and cello, Op 7) SUN Arnold Eidus (violin) Janos Starker (cello) SUN Philips 422 302 2 Tr 4 Dur: 7m44s SUN SUN Miklos Rozsa: Pastorale (Three Hungarian Sketches, Op 14) SUN BBC Philharmonic Rumon Gamba (conductor) SUN Chandos 10488 Tr 3 Dur: 7m09s SUN SUN Puccini: Donde lieta usci (La boheme) SUN Kiri te Kanawa (soprano) Lyon Opera Orchestra SUN Kent Nagano (conductor) Erato 3984265392 Tr 7 SUN Dur: 3m22s SUN SUN Mozart: Concerto in F for three pianos and orchestra, SUN KV242 (excerpt) SUN Andras Schiff, Zoltan Kocsis, Dezso Ranki (pianos) SUN Hungarian State Orchestra Janos Ferencsik (conductor) SUN Fidelio 1812 Tr 4 Dur: 7m44s SUN SUN Handel: Recitative and duet: Scherzando sul tuo volto SUN (Rinaldo) Sandrine Piau (soprano) SUN Sara Mingardo (contralto) Concerto Italiano SUN Rinaldo Alessandrini (conductor) SUN Naive OP 30483 Trs 14, 15 Durs: 1m08s, 3m22s SUN SUN Trad, arr Eri, Sipos, Hamar: Transdanubian fast czardas SUN Mihaly Sipos, Laszlo Porteleki (violins) SUN Peter Eri (viola) Daniel Hamar (dulcimer, double bass) SUN Janos Kovacs (tambura) Hannibal HNCD 1439 Tr 1 SUN Dur: 2m43s SUN SUN Traditional: Jocul barbatesc - original field recording SUN Hannibal HNCD 1439 Tr 2 Dur: 34s SUN SUN Bartok: Violin Duo No 32 (Dance of Maramaros) SUN Mihaly Sipos, Alexander Balanescu (violins) SUN Hannibal HNCD 1439 Tr 3 Dur: 42s SUN SUN Trad, arr Eri, Sipos, Hamar: Maramaros Dances SUN Mihaly Sipos (violin) Peter Eri (guitar, percussion) SUN Daniel Hamar (percussion) Zoltan Farkas (drum, dance) SUN Marta Sebestyen (vocal) Hannibal HNCD 1439 Tr 3 SUN Dur: 3m23s SUN SUN Dohnanyi: Sextet in C for piano, violin, viola, cello, SUN clarinet and horn, Op 37 Nos 3 and 4 Endymion Ensemble SUN ASV CDDCA943 Trs 3,4 Dur: 12m30s. SUN SUN 12:00 Private Passions b00mjm7x (Listen) SUN Anthony Bolton SUN Michael Berkeley's guest is Anthony Bolton, one of the SUN most respected British investment fund managers in recent SUN years. For 28 years from December 1979, he managed the SUN high-performing Fidelity Special Situations fund, and SUN since the beginning of 2008 he has been President of SUN Investments at Fidelity. SUN SUN Anthony Bolton is passionate about music. He composes in SUN his spare time, and cites Benjamin Britten as a major SUN influence on his own work. His choices for Private SUN Passions include the Elegy from Britten's Serenade for SUN tenor, horn and strings, sung by Ian Bostridge. There is SUN an opportunity to hear one of Bolton's own pieces, a SUN newly-recorded carol called A Kiss for the Baby, sung by SUN Oxford Voices, directed by Mark Shepherd. SUN SUN Bolton's selections begin with the gorgeous trio Soave sia SUN il vento from Mozart's Cosi fan tutte, and end with the SUN Act II love duet between Miranda and Ferdinand from Thomas SUN Ades' opera The Tempest. In between he has chosen an SUN extract from the Presentation of the Silver Rose scene SUN from Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier, part of Mahler's SUN Resurrection Symphony, and Joni Mitchell singing The Silky SUN Veils of Ardor. SUN SUN 13:00 The Early Music Show b00mjpm4 (Listen) SUN Stradivarius SUN Lucie Skeaping travels to Cremona in Italy to explore the SUN place where the Amati, Guarneri and Stradivari families SUN gave birth to a new instrument - the violin. She talks to SUN luthier Christopher D'Guerro about the craft of violin SUN making, explores the Stradivari museum and meets Professor SUN Andrea Mosconi, curator of Cremona's violin making SUN heritage. All of the music featured is played on original SUN instruments from Cremona's famous maker. SUN SUN Tartini: Sonata No 22 in A minor SUN Andrea Cappelletti (violin) KOCH 311262 Trs 17-20 SUN SUN Vivaldi: The Four Seasons - Concerto No 2 in G minor SUN (L'estate) - excerpt Nigel Kennedy (violin) SUN English Chamber Orchestra EMI CDC 7495572 Tr 6 SUN SUN Vivaldi: The Four Seasons - Concerto No 2 in G minor SUN (L'estate) - complete Nigel Kennedy (violin) SUN English Chamber Orchestra EMI CDC 7495572 Trs 4-6 SUN SUN Bach: Partita No3 in E, BWV1006 (excerpts) SUN Arthur Grumiaux (violin) PHILIPS 438 7362 Tr 15 SUN SUN Handel: Larghetto Ruggiero Ricci (violin) SUN Leon Pommers (piano) SUN BRUNSWICK AXA 4521 (LP) Side 2, Band 4 SUN SUN Bach: Partita No 3 in E, BWV1006 (Preludio) SUN Arthur Grumiaux (violin) PHILIPS 438 7362 Tr 10 SUN SUN Corelli: Concerto grosso, Op 6 No 3 (excerpt); Concerto SUN grosso, Op 6 No 2 (excerpts from 1st mvt) SUN La Petite Bande Sigiswald Kuijken (conductor) SUN DEUTSCHE HARMONIA MUNDI GD77007 CD1 Trs 10, 5 SUN SUN Bach: Partita No 3 in E, BWV1006 (Menuet I-II) SUN Arthur Grumiaux (violin) PHILIPS 438 7362 Tr 13. SUN SUN 14:00 Radio 3 Requests b00mp36f (Listen) SUN Chi-chi Nwanoku introduces a selection of listeners SUN requests, including Debussy's Clair de Lune, the evocative SUN sounds of the Japanese traditional flute, the Shakuhachi, SUN as well as a classic Dennis Brain recording of Mozart's SUN Fourth Horn Concerto. The guest request comes from SUN conductor Edward Gardner. SUN SUN Japanese Traditional Honshirabe SUN Kohachiro Miyata (shakuhachi) SUN Elektra Nonesuch 7559720762 Track 1 SUN SUN Gustav Holst Mars (The Planets) SUN Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Simon Rattle (conductor) SUN EMI 3696902 Disc 1 Track 1 SUN SUN J.S. Bach SUN Coffee Cantata SUN Sibylla Rubens (soprano), Christine Schafer (soprano), SUN James Taylor (tenor), Thomas Quasthoff (bass), SUN Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, Helmuth Rilling (conductor) SUN Hanssler Classic 92066 Tracks 11-20 SUN SUN Frederic Chopin Ballade No. 4 Murray Perahia (piano) SUN Sony Classical SK64399 Track 4 SUN SUN Alfred Hill SUN String Quartet No. 2 in G minor “A Maori Legend in Four SUN Scenes” Dominion String Quartet SUN NAXOS 8570491 Tracks 5-8 SUN SUN Sally Beamish Kyle Song for piano solo SUN Sally Beamish (piano) BIS CD1171 Track 8 SUN SUN W A Mozart Horn Concerto No.4 in E flat SUN Dennis Brain (horn), SUN Philharmonia Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan (conductor) SUN EMI CDM5668982 Tracks 9-11 SUN SUN Miklos Rosza Valse Crepusculaire SUN The City of Prague Philharmonic, SUN Crouch End Festival Chorus, Derek Wadsworth (conductor) SUN Silva Screen SILCD1207 CD3 Track 15 SUN SUN Ernesto De Curtis Torna A Surriento SUN Tenor- Beniamino Gigli (tenor), SUN London Theatre Orchestra, Stanford Robinson (conductor) SUN London Theatre Orchestra Eklipse EKRCD21 SUN SUN Claude Debussy arr. Leopold Stokowski Clair de Lune SUN Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski SUN (conductor) EMI CDM7691162 Track 3 SUN SUN 16:00 Choral Evensong b00mdkqz (Listen) SUN From St Patrick's Church of Ireland Cathedral, Armagh and SUN sung by members of the 2009 Charles Wood Summer School. SUN SUN Introit: Hail, gladdening Light! (Wood) Responses: Rose SUN Psalms: 12, 13 (Mann, Weldon, Ley) SUN First Lesson: Song of Solomon 5 v2 - 6 v3 SUN Office Hymn: Be thou my vision (Slane) SUN Canticles: Collegium Regale (Howells) SUN Second Lesson: Mark 7 vv9-23 SUN Anthem: Take him, earth for cherishing (Howells) SUN Final Hymn: All praise to thee (Engelberg) SUN Organ Voluntary: Paean (Howells) SUN SUN Organist: Adrian Lucas Director of Music: David Hill. SUN SUN 17:00 Discovering Music b00mjnjp (Listen) SUN Ligeti Piano Concerto SUN Composed between 1985 and 1988, Ligeti's Piano Concerto is SUN one of the composer's most dynamic examples of music SUN inspired by contemporary ideas about structure, pattern SUN and rhythm. The mathematics of Fractals and Chaos Theory SUN is one starting point in understanding this colourful and SUN arresting work, as are some of the more individual and SUN distinctive folk traditions of Africa, Indonesia and SUN Eastern Europe. SUN SUN Tom Service is joined by composer Julian Anderson, who is SUN a great advocate of Ligeti's work, and a team of SUN celebrated contemporary music specialists - pianist Rolf SUN Hind, the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (BCMG), and SUN conductor Martyn Brabbins - for an exploration of the SUN musical workings and ideas behind this virtuoso tour de SUN force and one of the late 20th century's musical SUN masterpieces. SUN SUN 18:30 BBC Proms b00mj2tg (Listen) SUN 2009, Prom 68: Handel, Part 1 SUN From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Penny SUN Gore. SUN SUN Baroque music specialist Nicholas McGegan is at the helm SUN of this large-scale performance of Handel's most SUN celebrated oratorio, Messiah. This is the climax of the SUN Proms commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the SUN composer's death. The Northern Sinfonia is joined by over SUN 200 young voices from across the UK and a distinguished SUN cast of soloists. SUN SUN Handel: Messiah (Part 1) SUN SUN Dominique Labelle (soprano) SUN Patricia Bardon (mezzo-soprano) SUN John Mark Ainsley (tenor) Matthew Rose (bass) SUN SUN City of Birmingham Symphony Youth Chorus SUN Halle Youth Choir National Youth Choir of Great Britain SUN National Youth Choir of Wales SUN Quay Voices (The Sage Gateshead) SUN RSCM Millennium Youth Choir SUN Scunthorpe Co-operative Junior Choir Northern Sinfonia SUN Nicholas McGegan (conductor). SUN SUN 19:25 Twenty Minutes b00mj2tj (Listen) SUN Celebrated choral director Simon Halsey joins Penny Gore SUN to talk about why singing matters, Georgia Mann reports SUN from the Proms Singing Day and there's a chance to hear SUN from singing enthusiasts of all shapes and sizes. SUN SUN 19:45 BBC Proms b00mj36l (Listen) SUN 2009, Prom 68: Handel, Part 2 SUN From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Penny SUN Gore. SUN SUN The second half of the large-scale performance of Handel's SUN Messiah, directed by Nicholas McGegan. SUN SUN Handel: Messiah (Parts 2 and 3) SUN SUN Dominique Labelle (soprano) SUN Patricia Bardon (mezzo-soprano) SUN John Mark Ainsley (tenor) Matthew Rose (bass) SUN SUN City of Birmingham Symphony Youth Chorus SUN Halle Youth Choir National Youth Choir of Great Britain SUN National Youth Choir of Wales SUN Quay Voices (The Sage Gateshead) SUN RSCM Millennium Youth Choir SUN Scunthorpe Co-operative Junior Choir Northern Sinfonia SUN Nicholas McGegan (conductor). SUN SUN 21:45 Sunday Feature b00mjrlg (Listen) SUN For the Island I Sing SUN George Mackay Brown was one of the most important Scottish SUN poets of the 20th century. He believed a poet was born, SUN not made, and his gifts might either flourish or wither SUN depending on circumstance. In his case he suspected that, SUN had he grown up in a city, he might never have written a SUN word. He lived in Orkney, and the islands for him became a SUN 'place of order, a place of remembrance, a place of SUN vision' which sustained him throughout his life. SUN SUN Poet Kenneth Steven travels to Stromness, where George SUN Mackay Brown remained for almost his entire life, to speak SUN to those who remember him and his influence in the SUN community. SUN SUN 22:30 Words and Music b00mjpr8 (Listen) SUN Warriors SUN SUN An exploration of the warrior in poetry and music, from SUN classical heroes to more contemporary soldiers. These are SUN fighting men and women, in their own words to their SUN troops, in their quiet moments alone, and in the eyes of SUN those who love them and sometimes lose them. SUN SUN There is loss as well as triumph, but the only political SUN protest is Bob Dylan's Masters of War. Queen Elizabeth I SUN makes an appearance rousing her troops to repel the SUN Spanish Armada. Hector of Troy leads his men into battle SUN against the Greeks and is mourned later by his father. SUN George Orwell shares his experiences of the Spanish Civil SUN War, and Ivor Gurney's In Flanders aches for the hills of SUN home. Tennyson's King Arthur is the elderly king at the SUN end of his life. SUN SUN Works also include Shakespeare, Christopher Logue, Michael SUN Longley and UA Fanthorpe, with music from Beethoven, SUN Purcell, June Tabor, Bob Dylan, Tchaikovsky and Berlioz. SUN SUN Readings are by Deborah Findlay and Don Warrington. SUN SUN Producer's Notes SUN SUN Words and Music this week explores the warrior in poetry SUN and music, from classical heroes to more contemporary SUN soldiers. These are fighting men and women, in their own SUN words to their troops, in their quiet moments alone, and SUN in the eyes of those who love them and sometimes lose them. SUN SUN There is loss as well as triumph. Queen Elizabeth I makes SUN an appearance rousing her troops to repel the Spanish SUN Armada. Hector of Troy leads his men into battle against SUN the Greeks, and is mourned later, by his wife in Berlioz’s SUN Les Troyennes, and his father in Michael Longley’s SUN Ceasefire. George Orwell shares his experiences of the SUN Spanish Civil War, and Ivor Gurney’s In Flanders aches for SUN the hills of home. Tennyson’s King Arthur is the elderly SUN king at the end of his life. The only political protest in SUN the programme is Bob Dylan’s Masters of War. SUN SUN Wellington’s Victory by Beethoven opens the programme with SUN a martial call to arms, an orchestral evocation of battle, SUN and Purcell’s Bonduca suite is an early tribute to the SUN great British warrior Queen who fought the Romans, while SUN June Tabor’s version of a traditional World War I song SUN gives a tender sense of a generation of boys lost to their SUN mothers. I’ve paired the Anglo Saxon poem Wulf and SUN Eadwacer, in which a woman pines for her warrior’s return, SUN SUN Deborah Findlay and Don Warrington read poetry from SUN Shakespeare, Christopher Logue, Michael Longley and U.A. SUN Fanthorpe, with further music from Tchaikovsky, and SUN Berlioz. SUN SUN Producer: Allegra McIlroy SUN SUN 00:00:00 SUN BEETHOVEN Wellington’s Victory SUN Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra / Lorin Maazel cond. SUN Tchaikovsky:1812 Maazel/Vienna Phil SUN Masterworks CD37252 Tr2 SUN 00:01:05 SUN SHAKESPEARE Extract from Henry V SUN Reader: Don Warrington SUN 00:06:16 SUN QUEEN ELIZABETH I SUN Speech to the troops at Tilbury awaiting the Armada 1588 SUN Reader: Deborah Findlay SUN 00:06:39 SUN TCHAIKOVSKY The Maid of Orleans, Entracte SUN Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden/ Sir SUN Colin Davis cond. Tchaikovsky – Ballet Music SUN PHILIPS 422 845-2 Tr 4 SUN 00:09:59 SUN SHAKESPEARE Henry V (before the battle of Agincourt) SUN Reader: Don Warrington SUN 00:11:37 SUN BOB DYLAN Masters of War (Live) SUN No Direction Home: The Soundtrack: The Bootleg Series Vol. SUN 7 (Columbia) Columbia 19235651 Tr 11 SUN 00:16:13 SUN JANE HOLLAND SUN War Games (from the collection Boudicca & Co pub. Salt) SUN Reader: Deborah Findlay SUN 00:16:44 SUN HENRY PURCELL Bonduca Suite SUN The Parley of Instruments, directed by Peter Holman SUN Ayres for the Theatre, Hyperion Records SUN CDA66212 Tr 20 SUN 00:20:25 SUN CHRISTOPHER LOGUE SUN Extract from All Day Permanent Red (pub. Faber) SUN Reader: Don Warrington SUN 00:21:42 SUN HECTOR BERLIOZ Les Troyens SUN Choer de l’Orchestre symphonique de Montreal SUN Orchestre symphonique de Montreal, Charles Dutoit cond. SUN Act 1, Chorus, Andromache, Hector’s widow, mourns him SUN DECCA 443693-2 CD1 Tr 8 SUN 00:27:04 SUN MICHAEL LONGLEY SUN Ceasefire (from Selected Poems pub. Jonathan Cape) SUN Reader: Don Warrington SUN 00:28:17 SUN JUNE TABOR The Reaper BBC sound archive SUN (also available on the album Aqaba released by Shanachie SUN records) SUN 00:30:06 SUN ARTHUR RIMBAUD SUN A Sleeper in the Valley (Rimbaud Complete, translated and SUN edited by Wyatt Mason, pub. Scribner) SUN Reader: Deborah Findlay SUN 00:31:08 SUN IVOR GURNEY In Flanders SUN Paul Agnew tenor, Julius Drake piano SUN Gurney: Severn Meadows Hyperion Records CDA 67243 Tr 7 SUN 00:34:22 SUN GEORGE ORWELL SUN Extract from Fighting in Spain (pub. Penguin) SUN Reader: Don Warrington SUN 00:36:04 SUN ROBERT GERHARD Interludi, from Albada, Interludi i Dansa SUN Orquesta Sinfonica de Tenerife, cond Victor Pablo Perez SUN Valois V4660 Tr 7&8 SUN 00:38:45 SUN MAXINE HONG KINGSTON Extract from The Warrior Woman SUN Reader: Deborah Findlay SUN 00:40:17 SUN LALO SCHIFRIN Theme from the film Enter the Dragon SUN Warner 9362480742 tr 10 SUN 00:41:22 SUN U. A. FANTHORPE SUN Not My Best Side SUN Readers: Don Warrington and Deborah Findlay SUN 00:44:01 SUN ELIZA CARTHY Rolling Sea SUN From Rogue’s Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and SUN Chanteys ANTI 68172 CD 1 Tr 17 SUN 00:48:47 SUN WULF AND EADWACER SUN From A Choice of Anglo Saxon Verse ed Richard Hamer (Faber) SUN Reader: Deborah Findlay SUN 00:49:55 SUN FLEET FOXES Your Protector, Fleet Foxes SUN Bella Union 21635339 tr 8 SUN 00:54:05 SUN ALFRED LORD TENNYSON Extract from The Passing of Arthur SUN Reader: Don Warrington SUN 00:54:47 SUN FRANCISCO GUERRERO Missa de la Battalla Ecoutez, Kyrie SUN The Choir of Westminster Cathedral, His Majesty’s Sagbutts SUN and Cornetts, Master of Music James O’Donnell SUN Hyperion CDA 67075 Tr 2 SUN SUN 23:30 Jazz Line-Up b00mjpxp (Listen) SUN John Goldie/Empirical SUN Julian Joseph presents a session from guitarist John SUN Goldie, given at the Recital Room, City Halls in Glasgow SUN in May 2009, and a profile of the new album from London SUN group Empirical, featuring an interview with band members SUN Nathaniel Facey (alto sax) and Lewis Wright (vibes). SUN SUN Scot John Goldie started playing guitar at around six SUN years old, initially self-taught, gradually progressing to SUN playing in rock and blues bands at around 12. Around this SUN time, he studied music theory and harmony with a local SUN tutor and also became involved with the dance band scene. SUN Whilst playing a function gig, John was spotted by the SUN musical director of a visiting Motown act from the USA and SUN asked to be guitarist on their next UK tour. SUN SUN London-based group Empirical have released their SUN highly-anticipated second album Out 'n' In, which pays SUN tribute to the great saxophonist Eric Dolphy through nine SUN Dolphy-inspired original compositions and two new SUN arrangements of his work - Hat and Beard and Gazzelloni. SUN SUN Title: Ornate Bessie SUN Artist: Tom Bancroft Orchestro Interrupto SUN Album: The Ballad of Linda and Crawford SUN Label: Interrupto EIM 001 Track: 2 Comp: Tom Bancroft SUN Publ: Interrupto Music Dur: 8m51s SUN SUN Title: Out But In Artist: Empirical Album: Out 'n' In SUN Label: Naim Jazz NAIMCD 139 Track: 1 SUN Comp: Thomas Walter Farmer Publ: n/a Dur: 5m12s SUN SUN Title: Bowden Out Artist: Empirical Album: Out 'n' In SUN Label: Naim Jazz NAIMCD 139 Track: 11 SUN Comp: Thomas Walter Farmer Publ: n/a Dur: 5m59s SUN SUN Title: Syndicalism Artist: Empirical SUN Album: Out 'n' In Label: Naim Jazz NAIMCD 139 SUN Track: 9 Comp: Thomas Walter Farmer Publ: n/a SUN Dur: 6m32s SUN SUN Title: Sweet and Lovely SUN Artist: Chick Corea and Gary Burton SUN Album: The New Crystal Silence Label: Stretch 230 630 SUN Track: 3 Comp: Gus Arnheim/charels Daniels Publ: n/a SUN Dur: 6m55s SUN SUN Title: Constellation SUN Artist: Hal Galper/Rachied Ali/Reggie Workman SUN Album: Art-Work Label: Origin ORIGIN 82524 Track: 4 SUN Comp: Charlie Parker Publ: Atlantic Dur: 9m57s SUN SUN Title: Refuge Artist: Gilad Atzmon SUN Album: In Loving Memory of America SUN Label: Enja Records ENJ 888 850 2 Track: 11 SUN Comp: Gilad Atzmon Publ: Ed.MAWI (Gema) Dur: 3m14s SUN SUN BBC Evesdrop recording, made at the Recital Room, City SUN Halls, Glasgow, as part of the Glasgow International Jazz SUN Festival 2009 Title: Attention To Retail SUN Artist: John Goldie Comp: John Goldie Dur: 4m34s SUN SUN BBC Evesdrop recording, made at the Recital Room, City SUN Halls, Glasgow, as part of the Glasgow International Jazz SUN Festival 2009 Title: Sweet Lorraine SUN Artist: John Goldie Comp: John Goldie Dur: 4m44s SUN SUN BBC Evesdrop recording, made at the Recital Room, City SUN Halls, Glasgow, as part of the Glasgow International Jazz SUN Festival 2009 Title: Revelation Artist: John Goldie SUN Comp: John Goldie Dur: 5m56s SUN SUN BBC Evesdrop recording, made at the Recital Room, City SUN Halls, Glasgow, as part of the Glasgow International Jazz SUN Festival 2009 Title: Drift to Me Artist: John Goldie SUN Comp: John Goldie Dur: 3m22s SUN SUN Title: Velera Artist: Roy Hargrove Big Band SUN Album: Emergence Label: Groovin' High 06025 27079240 SUN Track: 1 Comp: Roy Hargrove SUN Publ: Melon Yellow Music Ltd/2nd Floor Music/BMI SUN Dur: 1m14s. SUN MON MONDAY 7 SEPTEMBER 2009 MON MON 01:00 Through the Night b00mj397 (Listen) MON 1.00am MON Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849): Three pieces for piano - MON Nocturne in C sharp minor for piano, Op posth; Berceuse in MON D flat for piano, Op 57; Fantaisie-impromptu in C sharp MON minor for piano, Op 66 MON 1.16am MON Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827): Sonata quasi una MON fantasia in C sharp minor for piano, Op 27, No 2 MON (Moonlight) Havard Gimse (piano) MON 1.31am MON Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904): Song to the Moon from MON Rusalka, Op 114 MON 1.37am MON Grieg, Edvard (1843-1907), arr. Reger, Max (1873-1916): I MON Love Thee, No 3 from Hjertets melodier, Op 5 MON 1.39am MON Coward, Noel (1899-1973): I'll follow my secret heart from MON Conversation Piece Yvonne Kenny (soprano) MON Melbourne Symphony Orchestra MON Vladimir Kamirski (conductor) MON 1.44am MON Strauss Jr, Johann (1825-1899): Wein, Weib und Gesang MON (Wine, Woman and Song) - waltz, arr. Berg MON Canadian Chamber Ensemble Raffi Armenian (conductor) MON 1.55am MON Kunzen, Friedrich (1761-1817): Overture to the singspiel MON Vinhoesten Danish Radio Concert Orchestra MON Peter Marschik (conductor) MON 2.00am MON Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871-1927): Varnatt (Spring Night) MON Swedish Radio Choir Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra MON Stefan Skold (conductor) MON 2.09am MON Giuliani, Mauro (1781-1829): Six Variations for violin and MON guitar, Op 81 Laura Vadjon (violin) MON Romana Matanovac (guitar) MON 2.18am MON Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Concerto No 1 in A MON minor for violin and string orchestra, BWV 1041 MON La Petite Bande Sigiswald Kuijken (violin and conductor) MON 2.32am MON Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Concerto No 21 in C MON for piano and orchestra, K457 Havard Gimse (piano) MON Trondheim Symphony Orchestra Susanna Malkki (conductor) MON 3.01am MON Locatelli, Pietro Antonio (1695-1764): Sonata in D for MON violin and continuo, Op 8, No 2 from X Sonate MON Gottfried von der Goltz (violin) MON Torsten Johann (harpsichord and positive organ) MON Lee Santana (theorbo) MON 3.12am MON Poulenc, Francis (1899-1963): Sonata for oboe and piano MON (1962) Roger Cole (oboe) Linda Lee Thomas (piano) MON 3.26am MON Milhaud, Darius (1892-1974): Three Psaumes de David for MON chorus, Op 339 Elmer Iseler Singers MON Elmer Iseler (conductor) MON 3.35am MON Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741): Nisi Dominus - Psalm 127 MON (Vulgate 126) for voice and orchestra, RV 608 MON Matthew White (countertenor) Arte dei Suonatori MON Eduardo Lopez (conductor) MON 3.55am MON Copi, Ambroz (b.1973): Psalm 108 - My heart is steadfast MON Chamber Choir AVE Andraz Hauptman (conductor) MON 4.00am MON Arnic, Blaz (1901-1970): Suita O Vodnjaku (Suite about the MON well), Op 5 MON Slovenian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra MON Lovrenc Arnic (conductor) MON 4.32am MON Paganini, Nicolo (1782-1840): Duetto amoroso for violin MON and guitar Tomaz Lorenz (violin) Jerko Novak (guitar) MON 4.42am MON Bellini, Vincenzo (1801-1835): Vanne o rosa fortunata (Go, MON fortunate rose) - arietta for voice and piano MON 4.44am MON Bellini, Vincenzo (1801-1835): Bella Nice, che d'amore MON (Beautiful Nice, who, of love...) Nicolai Gedda (tenor) MON Miguel Zanetti (piano) MON 4.48am MON Berlioz, Hector (1803-1869): Waverley (Overture), Op 1 MON The Radio Bratislava Symphony Orchestra MON Ondrej Lenard (conductor) MON 5.01am MON Bruhns, Nicolaus (1665-1697): Die Zeit meines Abschieds MON ist vorhanden (cantata) Greta De Reyghere (soprano) MON James Bowman (countertenor) Guy de Mey (tenor) MON Max van Egmond (bass) Ricercar Consort MON 5.08am MON Buxtehude, Dietrich (1637-1707): Canzona (fugue) in G for MON organ, BuxWV 175 Bernard Lagace (organ) MON 5.12am MON Enna, August (1859-1939): Fem klaverstykker (Five piano MON pieces) Ida Cernecka (piano) MON 5.26am MON Nielsen, Carl (1865-1931): Quintet for wind, Op 43 MON Cinque Venti MON 5.50am MON Trad. Swedish Folk Melody MON The Young Danish String Quartet MON 5.53am MON Boeck, August de (1865-1937): Fantasie on two Flemish MON folksongs for orchestra BRT Philharmonic Orchestra MON Alexander Rahbari (conductor) MON 6.01am MON Ysaye, Eugene (1858-1931): Sonata in D minor for violin MON solo No 3, Op 27 (Ballade) Ana Savicka (violin) MON 6.09am MON Ockeghem, Johannes (c.1410-1497): Salve Regina MON The Hilliard Ensemble Paul Hillier (bass/director) MON 6.20am MON Desprez, Josquin (c.1450/55-1521): In te Domine speravi MON (in four parts) Clare Wilkinson (mezzo-soprano) MON 6.23am MON Anonymous (c.1500): Zorzi, Giorgio (Salterello) MON 6.25am MON Anonymous (c.1500): Forte cose e la speranza (in five MON parts) Clare Wilkinson (mezzo-soprano) MON Musica Antiqua of London Philip Thorby (viole/director) MON 6.28am MON Brusselmans, Michel (1886-1960): Scenes Breugheliennes MON (Scenes after Breughel) Flemish Radio Orchestra MON Bjarte Engeset (conductor) MON 6.43am MON Gossec, Francois-Joseph (1734-1829): Symphony in D, Op 5, MON No 5 (Pastorella) Tafelmusik Orchestra MON Jeanne Lamon (conductor). MON MON 07:00 Breakfast b00mj399 (Listen) MON MON 10:00 Classical Collection b00mj39c (Listen) MON 10.00am MON Tveitt: Dan fagraste viso pao jorae/The most beautiful MON song on earth (Folk tunes from Hardanger) MON Reidun Horvei (vocal) Geir Botnen (piano) MON SIMAX PSC1132 MON 10.04am MON Gade: Echoes of Ossian Overture, Op 1 MON Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra MON Dmitri Kitajenko (conductor) CHANDOS CHAN9422 MON 10.21am MON Mendelssohn: Sextet in D, Op 110 Bartholdy Piano Quartet MON Andra Dazins (viola) Wolfgang Wagner (double bass) MON NAXOS 8.550966 MON 10.52am MON Sibelius: Luonnotar, Op 70 Soile Isokoski (soprano) MON Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra Neeme Jarvi (conductor) MON DG 447 760-2 MON 11.01am MON Bach: Concerto in C minor, BWV 1060, trans. for two violins MON Jaakko and Pekka Kuusisto (violins) Tapiola Sinfonietta MON ONDINE ODE980-2 MON 11.14am MON Alfven: Gladjens blomster (Flowers of Joy) MON G Berg: Sa jag malar, donna Bianca (Thus I paint, Donna MON Bianca) Bengt Forsberg (piano) MON Uppsala University Chamber Choir MON Stefan Parkman (director) CHANDOS CHAN9543 MON 11.19am MON Tchaikovsky: Symphony No 2 in C minor, Op 17 (Little MON Russian) Norwegian Radio Orchestra MON Ari Rasilainen (conductor) FINLANDIA 3984-22835-2. MON MON 12:00 Composer of the Week b00mj39f (Listen) MON Bernard Herrmann (1911-1975), Episode 1 MON Donald Macleod explores the life and work of Bernard MON Herrmann, best remembered for producing groundbreaking MON scores for film directors, ranging from Orson Welles and MON Alfred Hitchcock to Martin Scorsese. In his own eyes, MON though, Herrmann saw himself simply as a 'composer', MON rather than a film composer and his catalogue supports MON that claim, as it includes a full length opera, chamber MON and symphonic music. A brilliant and complex character, MON his formative years in New York helped establish a unique MON approach to music. MON MON Donald focuses on Herrmann's early years, when, with his MON natural pushiness, coupled with a New York upbringing, he MON became known among the movers and shakers in the music MON business. Through Aaron Copland's Young Composers' Group, MON he first heard the music of Charles Ives, a composer for MON whom he would have a lifelong enthusiasm. MON MON The Murder from Psycho (excerpt) MON National Philharmonic Orchestra MON Bernard Herrmann (conductor) MON Unicorn Kanchana UKCD 2021 Tr 17 MON MON Prelude and Love Scene from Vertigo MON London Philharmonic Orchestra MON Bernard Herrmann (conductor) London 443 895-2 Tr 4 MON MON Currier and Ives Suite New Zealand Symphony Orchestra MON James Sedares (conductor) Koch 307224-2H1 Trs 8-12 MON MON Sinfonietta for String Orchestra MON Berlin Symphony Orchestra Isaiah Jackson (conductor) MON Koch 3-7152-2H1 Trs 8-12 MON MON Theme and Variations and Aria from Salammbô (Citizen Kane) MON Kiri te Kanawa (soprano) National Philharmonic Orchestra MON Charles Gerhardt (conductor) MON RCA Victor GD 80707 Trs 3-4. MON MON 13:00 BBC Proms b00mkx7t (Listen) MON 2009, Proms Chamber Concerts, PCM 07 - Purcell Tribue MON From Cadogan Hall, London. Presented by Suzy Klein. MON MON The 2009 Chamber Prom series concludes with a tribute to MON Henry Purcell in his 350th anniversary year. The programme MON includes a sequence of his solo songs and keyboard pieces, MON concluding with his powerful Evening Hymn. There is also MON John Blow's Ode on the Death of Mr Henry Purcell, a moving MON response to Purcell's genius. MON MON Iestyn Davies (countertenor) Simon Wall (tenor) MON Members of the Academy of Ancient Music MON Richard Egarr (harpsichord/director) MON MON Purcell: Suite in D (excerpts); Hail, Bright Cecilia - Tis MON nature's voice; A New Ground; Music for a while; Suite in MON D (excerpts); Sweeter than roses MON Blow: Ode on the Death of Mr Henry Purcell MON Purcell: Evening Hymn. MON MON 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00mkx4z (Listen) MON Prom 52/Schnittke, Shostakovich MON MON BBC Proms 2009: MON MON A Prom featuring the LSO and its Russian conductor Valery MON Gergiev performing Shostakovich's wartime symphony No 8. MON It is paired with an early work by Schnittke, written in MON response to the atomic bombing of Nagasaki. Introduced by MON Suzy Klein. MON MON Elena Zhidkova (mezzo-soprano) London Symphony Chorus MON London Symphony Orchestra Valery Gergiev (conductor) MON MON Schnittke: Nagasaki MON Shostakovich: Symphony No 8 in C minor MON MON 4.00pm MON Purcell and his forebears MON MON Purcell: Suite from Dioclesian Ars Nova Copenhagen MON Concerto Copenhagen Andrew Lawrence-King (conductor) MON MON Tallis: Why Fum'th in Fight Byrd: Vigilate MON Stile Antico MON MON Purcell: O sing unto the Lord, Psalm 96 MON Ars Nova Copenhagen Concerto Copenhagen MON Andrew Lawrence-King (conductor) MON MON Tallis: Come Holy Ghost MON Byrd: Spiritus Domini; Confirma hoc Deus; Factus est MON repente Stile Antico. MON MON 17:00 In Tune b00mj4k7 (Listen) MON MON 19:30 BBC Proms b00mj59g (Listen) MON 2009, Prom 69: Mendelssohn, Mahler, Part 1 MON From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Donald MON Macleod. MON MON Radio 3's 2009 Mendelssohn bicentenary celebrations MON continue with Riccardo Chailly conducting the orchestra of MON which the composer himself was music director for the last MON 12 years of his life. Palestinian-Israeli pianist Saleem MON Abboud Ashkar is soloist in Mendelssohn's youthful First MON Concerto which he completed in just three days at the age MON of 22. MON MON Saleem Abboud Ashkar (piano) MON Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra MON Riccardo Chailly (conductor) MON MON Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto No 1 in G minor, Op 25. MON MON 19:55 BBC Proms b00mly92 (Listen) MON 2009, Proms Plus, Proms Literary Festival - Sherlock Holmes MON Author AN Wilson and BBC TV producer Steven Moffat talk to MON Matthew Sweet about the enduring appeal of Sherlock Holmes MON and his love of Mendelssohn. MON MON 20:15 BBC Proms b00mj59j (Listen) MON 2009, Prom 69: Mendelssohn, Mahler, Part 2 MON From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Donald MON Macleod. MON MON Riccardo Chailly conducts the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra MON in Mahler's Tenth Symphony, left unfinished at his death MON but triumphantly premiered at the 1964 Proms in a MON 'performing version' prepared by musicologist Deryck Cooke MON and Berthold Goldschmidt. MON MON Written in the shadow of failing health and a collapsing MON marriage to his young wife Alma, Mahler scribbled notes in MON the margins of the manuscript - at one point he wrote 'to MON live for you, to die for you' and over the tender, MON peaceful ending, when he seems to have come to some MON resolution, he wrote just one word 'Almschi' - his MON nickname for his wife. MON MON Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra MON Riccardo Chailly (conductor) MON MON Mahler, compl. Cooke: Symphony No 10. MON MON 21:45 The Lebrecht Interview b00mj59l (Listen) MON John Tomlinson MON Norman Lebrecht talks to one of the most successful MON singers of his generation, John Tomlinson. The MON Lancashire-born bass is recognised as one of the finest MON performers on the international opera stage. He is MON particularly renowned for his Wagnerian roles: Wotan, MON Hagen and Hans Sachs, and also as Mussorgsky's Boris MON Godunov and Strauss' Baron Ochs. MON MON Tomlinson learnt his craft singing in the chorus at MON Glyndebourne and as a member of the repertory company at MON English National Opera, where he worked with Reginald MON Goodall. In 1988 he made his debut at Bayreuth in the MON Barenboim/Kupfer Ring as Wotan, an experience he sees as MON one of the highlights of his career. He talks about his MON background, the success at Bayreuth and creating roles in MON operas by Birtwistle. MON MON 22:30 New Generation Artists b00ml38g (Listen) MON Radio 3's New Generation Artists scheme exists to provide MON concert and recording opportunities to some of the finest MON young talent on the international music scene. MON MON Beethoven's late enigmatic string quartet in F is MON performed by the Pavel Haas Quartet from Prague. MON MON Beethoven: String Quartet in F, Op 135 MON Pavel Haas Quartet. MON MON 23:00 The Essay b00bg8t3 (Listen) MON New Archaeologies, New Archeologies MON Series of personal essays about the archaeology of the MON recent past. MON MON Dr Beth O'Leary from the University of New Mexico examines MON the role space archaeology has to play in preserving MON Tranquility Base - the site on the moon where Apollo 11 MON landed - for mankind as the first extraterrestrial MON heritage site. MON MON 23:15 Jazz on 3 b00ml0yr (Listen) MON Martial Solal at Kings Place MON Jez Nelson presents a solo concert by French pianist MON Martial Solal, recorded as part of Paris Jazz Week at MON London's Kings Place in 2009. Playing jazz standards in MON anything but a standard way, Solal playfully manipulates MON the jazz repertoire with countermelodies, rhythmic MON juxtapositions and poised abstraction. The concert is MON drawn together with a narrative quality demonstrating MON Solal's vast encyclopaedic knowledge and a ceaseless MON ability to reinvent. MON MON Born in Algeria, Solal moved to Paris aged 22 and over the MON last 60 years has built a reputation as a leading composer MON and pianist. He has recorded with many small ensembles MON including duos with Django Reinhardt, Lee Konitz and Dave MON Douglas. Solal has also written scores for over 40 feature MON films including Jean Luc Goddard's award-winning debut A MON bout de souffle. MON MON Jazz on 3 signature tune: MON MON Artist: Russell Gunn (Russell Gunn - trumpet, Gregory MON Tardy & Bruce Williams - reeds, Andre Heyward - trombone, MON Chieli Minucci - guitar, James Hurt - keyboards, Rodney MON Jordan - bass, Woody Williams - drums, Khalil Kwame Bell - MON percussion, DJ Apollo - turntables) MON Track Title: Seventy Four Miles Away MON Composer: Joe Zawinul MON Album Title: Ethnomusicology Volume 1 MON MON CD track: MON MON Artist: Led Bib Track title: Call Centre Labyrinth MON Composer: Mark Holub Album title: Sensible Shoes MON Label: Cuneiform MON MON John Fordham joins Jez in the studio to discuss Led Bib, MON the Mercury Music Prize and Martial Solal. MON MON Martial Solal recorded at King's Place on June 11, 2009 MON MON Line up: Martial Solal (piano) MON MON Set one list: I've Got Rhythm (George Gershwin) MON My Funny Valentine (Richard Rodgers) MON Tea For Two (Vincent Youmans) MON Round Midnight (Thelonious Monk) Caravan (Juan Tizol) MON Body and Soul (Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton & MON Johnny Green) MON What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter) MON MON John Fordham recommends some further listening for Martial MON Solal: MON MON Artist: Martial Solal Album title: At Newport '63 MON Label: RCA Victor Released: 1963 MON MON Artist: Martial Solal & Dave Douglas MON Album title: Rue De Seine Label: Cam Jazz MON Released: 2005 MON MON CD track played: MON MON Artist: Martial Solal Trio Track title: Gang of Five MON Composer: Paul Motian Album Title: Ballade du 10 Mars MON Label: Soul Note Released: 1999 MON MON Set two list: Here's That Rainy Day (Jimmy Van Heusen) MON Solitude, Take The A Train, Satin Doll medley (Duke MON Ellington) Cherokee (Ray Noble) MON Nobody's Perfect (unknown) MON All the Things You Are (Jerome Kern) MON MON CD track played in tribute to the saxophonist and educator MON Joe Maneri who passed away on 24 August: MON MON Artist: Joe Maneri & Mat Maneri MON Track title: Outside the Whole Thing MON Composer: Joe Maneri & Mat Maneri Album title: Blessed MON Label: ECM. MON TUE TUESDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2009 TUE TUE 01:00 Through the Night b00mj5b3 (Listen) TUE 1.00am TUE Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Herz und Mund und Tat TUE und Leben, BWV 147 (cantata) The Sixteen TUE Netherlands Radio Chamber Orchestra (Barockformation) TUE Ton Koopman (conductor) TUE 1.32am TUE Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809): Symphony No 99 in E flat, H I 99 TUE Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra TUE Guido Ajmone Marsan (conductor) TUE 1.56am TUE Sibelius, Jean (1865-1957): Six Impromptus, Op 5 TUE Juhani Lagerspetz (piano) TUE 2.12am TUE Larsson, Lars-Erik (1908-1986): Violin Sonatina (1928) TUE Arve Tellefsen (violin) Lucia Negro (piano) TUE 2.27am TUE Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Serenade No 2 in A, Op 16 TUE Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra TUE Raffi Armenian (conductor) TUE 3.01am TUE Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827): Piano Trio No 3 in C TUE minor, Op 1 Katherine Gowers (violin) TUE Adrian Brendel (cello) Paul Lewis (piano) TUE 3.31am TUE Sullivan (Sir Arthur, 1842-1900): Suite from The Tempest, TUE Op 1 BBC Philharmonic Richard Hickox (conductor) TUE 3.59am TUE Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759): Violin Sonata in A TUE minor, Op 1, No 4, HWV 362 Tomaz Lorenz (violin) TUE Jerko Novak (guitar) TUE 4.09am TUE Corelli, Arcangelo (1653-1713): Sonata da Chiesa in E TUE minor, Op 1, No 2; Sonate da Chiesa in C, Op 1 No 7 TUE London Baroque TUE 4.19am TUE Webern, Anton (1883-1945): Passacaglia, Op 1 TUE BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Osmo Vanska (conductor) TUE 4.31am TUE Corelli, Arcangelo (1653-1713): Sonata da Chiesa in G, Op TUE 1, No 9; Sonate da Chiesa in G minor, Op 1, No 10 TUE London Baroque TUE 4.42am TUE Nielsen, Carl (1865-1931): Little suite for string TUE orchestra in A minor, Op 1 CBC Vancouver Orchestra TUE Mario Bernardi (conductor) TUE 5.01am TUE Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976): Variations on a theme by TUE Frank Bridge, Op 10 The Royal Academy Soloists TUE Clio Gould (director) TUE 5.27am TUE Goossens, (Aynsley) Eugene (1893-1962): Fantasy for nine TUE wind instruments, Op 36 (1924) Janet Webb (flute) TUE Guy Henderson (oboe) TUE Lawrence Dobell and Christopher Tingay (clarinets) TUE John Cran and Fiona McNamara (bassoons) TUE Robert Johnson and Clarence Mellor (horns) TUE Daniel Mendelow (trumpet) TUE 5.37am TUE Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Sonata for violin and piano TUE No 2 in A, Op 100 Ruggiero Ricci (violin) TUE Lili Popova (piano) TUE 5.56am TUE Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Lute Partita in C TUE minor, BWV 997 Konrad Junghanel (lute) TUE 6.19am TUE Gorecki, Henryk Mikolaj (b.1933): Salve Sidus Polonorum - TUE Cantata in honour of St Wojciech (Adalbertus), Op 72 TUE Warsaw Philharmonic Choir TUE Percussion Ensemble of the National Philharmonic Orchestra TUE National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra TUE Wojciech Michniewski (conductor) TUE 6.44am TUE Lassus, Orlande de (1532-1594): Plainchant - Praeter rerum TUE seriem The King's Singers TUE 6.45am TUE Lassus: Chanter Je Veux Banchieri Singers TUE Denes Szabo (conductor) TUE 6.47am TUE Lassus: Ad te levavi oculos meos TUE 6.54am TUE Lassus: Cantai hor piango King's Singers. TUE TUE 07:00 Breakfast b00mj5b5 (Listen) TUE TUE 10:00 Classical Collection b00mj5s1 (Listen) TUE 10.00am TUE Lumbye: Salut for Auguste Bournonville Galop; TUE Drømmebilleder Fantasie (Pictures from a Dream); Champagne TUE Galop Copenhagen Tivoli Orchestra TUE Lavard Friisholm (conductor) EMI 268161-2 TUE 10.12am TUE Nielsen: Two Fantasy Pieces, Op 2 Albrecht Mayer (oboe) TUE Markus Becker (piano) EMI 268161-2 TUE 10.18am TUE Schumann: Der Rose Pilgerfahrt Part II (conclusion), Op 112 TUE Inga Nielsen (soprano) Helle Hinz (soprano in duets) TUE Elizabeth Halling (alto) Deon van der Walt (tenor) TUE Christian Christiansen (bass) TUE Danish National Radio Choir and Symphony Orchestra TUE Gustav Kuhn (conductor) CHANDOS CHAN9350 TUE 10.37am TUE Buxtehude: Partita Auf meiner lieber Gott in E minor, TUE BuxWV 179 Lars Ulrik Mortensen (harpsichord) TUE DACAPO 8.224116 TUE 10.43am TUE Nielsen: Symphony No 4 (Inextinguishable), Op 29 TUE Royal Scottish Orchestra Bryden Thomson (conductor) TUE CHANDOS CHAN9047 TUE 11.20am TUE Bach: Singet dem Herrn eines neues Lied, BWV 225 TUE Stockholm Bach Choir Vienna Concentus Musicus TUE Nicholas Harnoncourt (conductor) TELDEC 8.42663 TUE 11.32am TUE Grainger: Danish Folk-Music Suite English Sinfonia TUE Neville Dilkes (conductor) EMI CDM7663520-2. TUE TUE 12:00 Composer of the Week b00mj5s3 (Listen) TUE Bernard Herrmann (1911-1975), Episode 2 TUE Donald Macleod explores the life and work of Bernard TUE Herrmann, surveying the years he spent at CBS as a radio TUE and TV composer and conductor. TUE TUE Herrmann joined CBS in the 1930s, and as a relatively new TUE broadcasting organisation, it offered him an exciting TUE platform for his musical innovations. He was in his TUE element and happily met the challenges of live programming TUE with startlingly original scores for numerous radio and TV TUE broadcasts, including classics such as an adaptation of TUE Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and The Twilight Zone. TUE TUE Exuberance from The Walt Whitman Suite CBS Orchestra TUE Cerberus Records CST 0210 S1, B1 TUE TUE The Brave New World Suite CBS Orchestra TUE Cerberus Records CST 0210 S2 B1 TUE TUE Little Girl Lost - Where are you? (The Twilight Zone) TUE Andy Findon, Jim Gregory (flute/alto/piccolo) TUE Anna Noakes (flute/alto/bass/piccolo) TUE Nina Roberson (flute/bass) TUE Helen Tunstall, Thelma Owen, Gillian Tingay, Fiona Hibbert TUE (harps) Norbert Blume (viola d'amore) TUE Steve Henderson (percussion) Joel McNeely (conductor) TUE Varese Sarabande VSD2 6087 CD2 Tr 2 TUE TUE Cantata Moby Dick (1940); Male Chorus: And God created TUE great whales Ishmael John Amis (tenor) TUE The Aeolian Singers London Philharmonic Orchestra TUE Bernard Herrmann (conductor) UKCD CD 2061 Tr 1 TUE TUE The Devil and Daniel Webster TUE New Zealand Symphony Orchestra James Sedares (conductor) TUE Koch 3-7224-2H1 Trs 1-5 TUE TUE Finale (Symphony No 1) The Phoenix Symphony TUE James Sedares (conductor) Koch 3-7609-2 Tr 10. TUE TUE 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00mky00 (Listen) TUE Edinburgh International Festival 2009, Episode 9 TUE Radio 3 at the Summer Festivals. TUE TUE In a concert given at the historic Greyfriars Kirk as part TUE of the 2009 Edinburgh International Festival, the Ricercar TUE Consort, directed from the viol by Philippe Pierlot, TUE performs three of Bach's earliest cantatas, all written TUE when the composer was in his 20s. It includes the punchy TUE Lutheran funeral cantata Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste TUE Zeit, also known as Actus tragicus. TUE TUE Ricercar Consort: Katharine Fuge (soprano) TUE Carlos Mena (countertenor) Julian Podger (tenor) TUE Stephan MacLeod (bass) Philippe Pierlot (viol/director) TUE TUE Bach: Komm, du süsse Todesstunde, BWV 161; Christ lag in TUE Todesbanden, BWV 4; Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit, TUE BWV 106. TUE TUE 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00mky9c (Listen) TUE Prom 53/Purcell, Handel, Haydn, Mendelssohn TUE TUE BBC Proms 2009: TUE TUE Sir Roger Norrington leads a celebration of Radio 3's four TUE Composers of the Year. Introduced by Sara Mohr-Pietsch. TUE TUE Joyce DiDonato (mezzo-soprano) TUE Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment TUE Sir Roger Norrington (conductor) TUE TUE Purcell: Abdelazar - suite TUE Handel: Xerxes - Ombra mai fu; Alcina - Ah, mio cor!; TUE Water Music - Suite No 2 in D Haydn: Scena di Berenice TUE Mendelssohn: Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish) TUE TUE 4.00pm TUE Purcell and his forebears. TUE TUE Purcell: Triumphing Dance (Dido and Aeneas); Triumph, TUE victorious love (Dioclesian) Ars Nova Copenhagen TUE Concerto Copenhagen Andrew Lawrence-King (conductor) TUE TUE Tallis: Man Blest no Doubt Byrd: Quis est homo TUE Stile Antico TUE TUE Purcell: The Voice of the Turtle; A Scotch Tune TUE (Amphitryon); My Beloved Spake (The Song of Songs); Thou TUE Genius of this Isle; The Cold Genius (King Arthur); The TUE Soldiers Song (The Knight of Malta); Wondrous Machine (Ode TUE to St Cecilia) Ars Nova Copenhagen TUE Concerto Copenhagen Andrew Lawrence-King (conductor). TUE TUE 17:00 In Tune b00mj5xn (Listen) TUE TUE 19:00 BBC Proms b00mj5xq (Listen) TUE 2009, Prom 70: Mendelssohn, Maxwell Davies, Sibelius, Part TUE 1 From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Suzy TUE Klein. TUE TUE A long-time resident of the Orkney Islands, master of the TUE Queen's music Peter Maxwell Davies celebrates his 75th TUE birthday by conducting Mendelssohn's sea-sprayed Hebridean TUE overture and the UK premiere of his own new violin TUE concerto, inspired by traditional Orkney folk and fiddle TUE music. It was written for the soloist, Daniel Hope, and TUE commissioned by Mendelssohn's own orchestra, the Leipzig TUE Gewandhaus, who gave the work's premiere. TUE TUE Daniel Hope (violin) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra TUE Peter Maxwell Davies (conductor) TUE TUE Mendelssohn: Overture (The Hebrides) TUE Peter Maxwell Davies: Violin Concerto No 2 (Fiddler on the TUE Shore) - UK premiere. TUE TUE 19:35 BBC Proms b00mj5xs (Listen) TUE 2009, Proms Plus, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies at 75 TUE Celebrating his 75th birthday year in 2009, Sir Peter TUE Maxwell Davies reflects on his career both as a composer TUE and conductor. Hosted by Martin Handley. TUE TUE 19:55 BBC Proms b00mj5xv (Listen) TUE 2009, Prom 70: Mendelssohn, Maxwell Davies, Sibelius, Part TUE 2 From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Suzy TUE Klein. TUE TUE The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's permanent guest TUE conductor Garry Walker makes his debut at the Proms in a TUE performance of Sibelius' surging 'swan hymn' symphony. TUE TUE Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Garry Walker (conductor) TUE TUE Sibelius: Symphony No 5 in E flat. TUE TUE 21:00 Sunday Feature b00fr76q (Listen) TUE Yiddish: A Struggle for Survival TUE Dennis Marks sets out to discover what has become of TUE Yiddish, a language which at its height is estimated to TUE have been spoken by more than ten million people. He TUE travels to New York and hears from the publisher of The TUE Forward, once the world's most popular Yiddish newspaper TUE but now in seemingly terminal decline. And he explores the TUE enormous influence of Yiddish culture on American life, TUE its literature and comedic tradition. TUE TUE 22:00 BBC Proms b00mj5xx (Listen) TUE 2009, Prom 71 TUE From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Martin TUE Handley. TUE TUE A performance of two of Peter Maxwell Davies' most TUE important choral works. TUE TUE Westerlings imagines the early Norse settlers colonising TUE Orkney in the 8th century. In one of the most virtuosic TUE works in the entire choral repertoire, George Mackay TUE Brown's poems are set alongside wordless seascapes, TUE creating an enormously atmospheric piece which vividly TUE evokes the cold and wet and hardships endured by the TUE settlers rowing their longboats across the waters from TUE Scandinavia. Sightings of whales and fish, waves and TUE birds, culminate at landfall in a haunting setting of the TUE Lord's Prayer, sung in the old Norse of ancient Orkney. TUE TUE This is followed by another piece with powerfully Orcadian TUE roots - Solstice of Light, for chorus, organ and solo TUE tenor - which sets more words by Brown, charting the whole TUE history of the Orkney archipelago. It begins as the TUE islands first emerge from seas and ice, then describes the TUE prehistoric builders of cairns and stone circles; the TUE Celtic men and women who bring a religion of dance and TUE light; Viking marauders who murder the islands' own saint, TUE Magnus; and finally the story is brought into our own TUE times to those who would despoil the Orkneys in search of TUE oil, minerals and uranium. TUE TUE Ed Lyon (tenor) David Goode (organ) BBC Singers TUE David Hill (conductor) TUE TUE Peter Maxwell Davies: Westerlings; Solstice of Light. TUE TUE 23:30 Late Junction b00mj5xz (Listen) TUE To celebrate the 70th anniversary of Topic Records, Verity TUE Sharp dips into its vast array of releases, including the TUE mammoth 20 volume Voice of the People series, the early TUE recordings of Martin Carthy, The Watersons, and AL Lloyd. TUE From the Topic World Series, music from Georgia, Bulgaria, TUE Hungary and Zanzibar. Plus change ringing on handbells, TUE and the Schoenberg Ensemble play Ruth Crawford Seeger's TUE Andante for Strings. TUE WED WEDNESDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2009 WED WED 01:00 Through the Night b00mj63p (Listen) WED 1.00am WED Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Sonata No 27 in G WED for violin and keyboard, K379 Alexandru Tomescu (violin) WED Dana Borsan (piano) WED 1.24am WED Debussy, Claude (1862-1918): Trois Nocturnes (1892-9) WED Tenebrae (women's voices) Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra WED Bernard Haitink (conductor) WED 1.51am WED Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Sonata No 26 in B WED flat for violin and keyboard, K378 WED Alexandru Tomescu (violin) Dana Borsan (piano) WED 2.14am WED Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767): Trio in D for two WED flutes and continuo Concerto Copenhagen WED Monica Huggett (violin/director) WED 2.24am WED Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Sonata No 28 in E WED flat for violin and keyboard, K380 WED Alexandru Tomescu (violin) Dana Borsan (piano) WED 2.51am WED Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolai (1844-1908): Salieri's Aria from WED Mozart and Salieri - Opera in 1 Act, Op 48 WED Robert Holl (bass) Netherlands Radio Philharmonic WED Kenneth Montgomery (conductor) WED 3.01am WED Messiaen, Olivier (1908-1992): Theme and Variations WED Peter Oundjian (violin) William Tritt (piano) WED 3.10am WED Grieg, Edvard (1843-1907): Wedding Day at Troldhaugen, No WED 6 from Lyric pieces, Op 65 Valerie Tryon (piano) WED 3.18am WED Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897), orch. Schoenberg, Arnold in WED 1937: Piano Quartet in G minor, Op 25 WED Sydney Symphony Orchestra Edo de Waart (conductor) WED 4.00am WED Lindberg, Oskar (1887-1955): Piano Quartet (1928) WED Marten Landstrom (piano) WED Members of the Uppsala Chamber Soloists WED 4.25am WED Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741): Concerto for bassoon and WED orchestra in A minor, RV 497 Ivan Pristas (bassoon) WED Camerata Slovacca Viktor Malek (conductor) WED 4.38am WED Strauss Jr, Johann (1825-1899): Spanischer Marsch, Op 433 WED ORF Symphony Orchestra Peter Guth (conductor) WED 4.44am WED Dauvergne, Antoine (1713-1797): Ballet music from Les WED Troqueurs Capella Coloniensis WED William Christie (harpsichord and conductor) WED 5.01am WED Arriaga, Juan Crisostomo (1806-1826): Los Esclavos Felices WED (Overture) Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra WED Juanjo Mena (conductor) WED 5.09am WED Kuula, Toivo (1883-1918): The Son of the Slave, Op 14 WED (1910) Suomen Laula Choir WED The Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra WED Jussi Jalas (conductor) WED 5.34am WED Sibelius, Jean (1865-1957): Violin Concerto in D minor, Op WED 47 Judy Kang (violin) Orchestre Symphonique de Laval WED Jean-Francois Rivest (conductor) WED 6.09am WED Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel (1714-1788): Trio sonata in B WED flat for flute, violin and continuo, Wq161/2 WED Les Coucous Benevoles WED 6.27am WED Wolf, Cornelius de (1880-1935): Fantasia on Psalm 33 WED Cor Ardesch (organ) WED 6.36am WED Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827): Sonata No 4 in E flat WED for piano, Op 7 Alfred Hoehn (piano). WED WED 07:00 Breakfast b00mj63r (Listen) WED WED 10:00 Classical Collection b00mj63t (Listen) WED 10.00am WED Roman: Royal Wedding Music of Drottningholm (excerpts) WED Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble WED Nils-Erik Sparf (conductor) MUSICA SVECIAE MSCD 410 WED 10.10am WED Schubert: Im Fruhling, D882; Erntelied, D434; Standchen, WED D920 (Zogernd leise) WED Anne Sophie von Otter (mezzo-soprano) WED Ladies of the Swedish Radio Chorus WED Bengt Forsberg (piano) DG 453 481-2 WED 10.22am WED Stenhammer: Serenade for Strings, Op 31 WED Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra WED Bernt Lysell (violin) Andrew Davies (conductor) WED WARNER 0927 43075-2 WED 10.59am WED Verdi: Un Ballo in Maschera (opening of Act 2) WED Amelia ...... Martina Arroyo (soprano) WED Riccardo ...... Placido Domingo (tenor) WED New Philharmonia Orchestra Riccardo Muti (conductor) WED EMI CMS 769576-2 WED 11.18am WED Peterson-Berger: Rentree; Sommarsang; Lawn Tennis WED (Frosoblomster), Op 16 Stig Ribbing (piano) WED EMI 268161-2 WED 11.28am WED Haydn: Symphony No 72 in D Capella Coloniensis WED Joshua Rifkin (conductor) NIMBUS NI5652/5. WED WED 12:00 Composer of the Week b00mj63w (Listen) WED Bernard Herrmann (1911-1975), Episode 3 WED Donald Macleod explores the life and work of Bernard WED Herrmann, concentrating on the impact Great Britain's WED writers, culture and landscape had on the composer. He was WED a self-confessed Anglophile and numerous trips to England WED resulted in several important projects, including one of WED his most ambitious - an adaptation of Emily Bronte's novel WED Wuthering Heights. WED WED Prelude to The Ghost and Mrs Muir WED 20th Century Fox Studio Orchestra WED Bernard Herrmann (conductor) WED Varese Sarabande VSD 5850 Tr 2 WED WED January (The Fantasticks) Michael Rippon (bass) WED National Philharmonic Orchestra WED Bernard Herrmann (conductor) UKCD 2063 Tr 5 WED WED Rochester, Rochester's Past, the Fire, Duo - the Door, The WED Wedding - The Wife (Jane Eyre) WED Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Adriano (conductor) WED Naxos 8.223535 Trs 8, 10, 11, 18 WED WED Nelly will you keep a secret... Isn't that Heathcliff? WED (Wuthering Heights, Act 2) WED Catherine Earnshaw Morag Beaton (soprano) WED Nelly Linton Elizabeth Bainbridge (mezzo-soprano) WED Joseph Michael Rippon (bass) Pro Arte Orchestra WED Bernard Herrmann (conductor) WED UKCD 2050/51/52 CD2 Trs 6, 7, 8 WED WED Concerto Macabre (Hangover Square) Philip Fowke (piano) WED RTE Concert Orchestra Proinnsias O Duinn (conductor) WED Naxos 8.554323 Tr 7. WED WED 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00mky3r (Listen) WED Edinburgh International Festival 2009, Episode 10 WED Radio 3 at the Summer Festivals WED WED Equally at home on the opera stage as on the recital WED platform, Argentinian-born mezzo-soprano Bernarda Fink WED performs a contrasting programme of Schubert and Dvorak WED songs at the Queen's Hall in Edinburgh, as part of the WED 2009 International Festival, with her frequent WED collaborator - American pianist Anthony Spiri. WED WED 14:15 Afternoon on 3 b00mkznj (Listen) WED Prom 54/Michael Nyman WED WED BBC Proms 2009. WED WED Michael Nyman makes his Proms debut performing well known WED works from The Draughtman's Contract to The Cook, The WED Thief, His Wife and Her Lover. His band also gives the WED world premiere of The Musicologist Scores, specially WED commissioned by the BBC. Introduced by Fiona Talkington. WED WED Anu Komsi (soprano) Michael Nyman Band WED Michael Nyman (director/piano) WED WED Michael Nyman: The Draughtsman's Contract (selection) WED The Musicologist Scores (BBC commission) WED Blume; Psalm (Six Celan Songs) WED Memorial (The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover). WED WED 16:00 Choral Evensong b00ml4qq (Listen) WED From Neresheim Abbey, Germany, with the Royal Academy of WED Music Chamber Choir. WED WED Organ Prelude: Praeludium in C (Bruckner) WED Introit: Locus iste (Bruckner) WED Initium: Deus in adjutorium (Croce) WED Psalms: 110, 147 vv12-20 (Plainsong) WED Lesson: Genesis 28 vv10-17 WED Responsorium: Allein Gott in der Hoh sei Ehr (Michael WED Praetorius) Homily: The Rev Fr Gregor Hammes, OSB WED Office Hymn: Blessed city, heavenly Salem (Urbs beata) WED Magnificat for double choir (Palestrina) WED Lord's Prayer (Nicolai Kedrov) WED Anthem: O nata lux (Alexander Campkin) WED Chorale: Lobe den Herrn WED Organ Postlude: Toccata V (Georg Muffat) WED WED Celebrant: The Very Rev Prior Fr Albert Knebel, OSB WED Director of music: Patrick Russill WED Organists: Richard Brasier, Pavla Bockova. WED WED 17:00 In Tune b00mj63y (Listen) WED WED 19:30 BBC Proms b00mj640 (Listen) WED 2009, Prom 72: Mendelssohn, Read Thomas, Beethoven, Part 1 WED From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Andrew WED McGregor. WED WED The BBC Symphony Orchestra performs Mendelssohn's magical WED overture that he wrote at the age of only 17, coupled with WED extracts from his later incidental music to Shakespeare's WED A Midsummer Night's Dream. WED WED Augusta Read Thomas's new Violin Concerto No 3, subtitled WED Juggler in Paradise, is intended to suggest or invoke the WED image of the violin's role. The soloist plays a rhapsodic WED cadenza throughout, making a path through rich orchestral WED textures dominated by a pointillistic paradise of bell WED sounds. WED WED Jennifer Koh (violin) BBC Symphony Orchestra WED Jiri Belohlavek (conductor) WED WED Mendelssohn: A Midsummer Night's Dream - Overture and WED incidental music WED Augusta Read Thomas: Violin Concerto No 3 - Juggler in WED Paradise (BBC co-commission). WED WED 20:25 Twenty Minutes b00mj642 (Listen) WED The Visitors' Book, by Sophie Hannah. WED WED 20:45 BBC Proms b00mj644 (Listen) WED 2009, Prom 72: Mendelssohn, Read Thomas, Beethoven, Part 2 WED From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Andrew WED McGregor. WED WED The BBC SO's chief conductor Jiri Belohlavek takes the WED orchestra on a Beethovenian tour of the Austrian WED countryside. WED WED BBC Symphony Orchestra Jiri Belohlavek (conductor) WED WED Beethoven: Symphony No 6 in F (Pastoral). WED WED 21:45 BBC Proms b00mlyp2 (Listen) WED 2009, Proms Composer Portraits, Augusta Read Thomas WED Andrew McGregor talks to American composer Augusta Read WED Thomas and introduces performances of her works. WED WED Musicians from the Royal College of Music WED WED ...A Circle Around the Sun... for violin, cello, and WED piano; Invocations, from Sun Threads for string quartet; WED Passion Prayers for solo cello and ensemble. WED WED 22:30 New Generation Artists b00mj646 (Listen) WED Radio 3's New Generation Artists scheme exists to provide WED concert and recording opportunities to some of the finest WED young talent on the international music scene. WED WED Austrian mezzo-soprano Daniela Lehner sings seasonal WED Mendelssohn songs, and viola player Maxim Rysanov performs WED Britten's Lachrymae, accompanied by pianist (and former WED New Generation Artist) Ashley Wass. WED WED Mendelssohn: Fruhlingslied, Op 19 No 1; Winterlied, Op 19 WED No 3; Neue Liebe, Op 19 No 4; Schlafloser Augen Leuchte WED Daniela Lehner (mezzo-soprano) Oliver Davies (piano) WED WED Britten: Lachrymae Maxim Rysanov (viola) WED Ashley Wass (piano). WED WED 23:00 The Essay b00bghkd (Listen) WED New Archaeologies, New Archeologies WED Series of personal essays about the archaeology of the WED recent past. WED WED Archaeologist Laura McAtackney discusses her work at the WED Long Kesh/Maze prison near Belfast, and focuses on how WED emotional responses to physical remains can inform WED histories of place. WED WED 23:15 Late Junction b00mj648 (Listen) WED Verity Sharp presents a selection of music, including the WED experimental work of guitarist Derek Bailey and vocalist WED Keiji Haino alongside traditional Japanese music for WED shamisen and percussion, and the Arabic oud playing of WED Titi Robin. Paul Robeson sings Joe Hill, pianist Marc WED Andre Hamelin plays Frederic Rzewski's Winnsboro Cotton WED Mill Blues and Maddy Prior sings Dives and Lazarus. WED THU THURSDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2009 THU THU 01:00 Through the Night b00mj68t (Listen) THU 1.00am THU Schumann, Robert (1810-1856): Symphony No 4 in D minor, Op THU 120 (1851) Norwegian Radio Orchestra THU Oleg Caetani (conductor) THU 1.32am THU Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Quartet in F for THU oboe and strings, K370 Peter Bree (oboe) THU Amsterdam String Trio THU 1.45am THU Obrecht, Jacob (c.1457-1505): Fuga THU 1.48am THU Obrecht: J'ay pris amours THU Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet THU 1.54am THU Josquin des Prez (c.1450/55-1521): Tu solus qui facis THU mirabilia Netherlands Chamber Choir THU Paul van Nevel (conductor) THU 2.00am THU Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767): Missa brevis for THU countertenor, two violins and continuo THU David Cordier (countertenor) Das Kleine Konzert THU Hermann Max (conductor) THU 2.15am THU Faure, Gabriel (1845-1924): Pavane for orchestra, Op 50 THU BBC National Orchestra of Wales THU Grant Llewellyn (conductor) THU 2.23am THU Faure, Gabriel (1845-1924): Nocturne No 6 in D flat for THU piano, Op 63 Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano) THU 2.32am THU Rachmaninov, Sergey (1873-1943): Piano Concerto No 4 in G THU minor, Op 40 Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano) THU San Francisco Symphony Michael Tilson Thomas (conductor) THU 3.01am THU Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871-1927): String Quartet No 2 in C THU minor, Op 14 Yggdrasil String Quartet THU 3.31am THU Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904): Symphonic Variations, Op 78 THU BBC National Orchestra of Wales THU Grant Llewellyn (Conductor) THU 3.57am THU Byrd, William (c.1543-1623): Walsingham (Have with you to THU Walsingham) - variations for keyboard, MB 7 8 THU Aapo Hakkinen (harpsichord) THU 4.07am THU Clerambault, Louis-Nicolas (1676-1749): Apollon et Doris THU (cantate profane) Isabelle Poulenard (soprano) THU Gilles Ragon (tenor) Ensemble Amalia THU 4.25am THU Saint-Saens, Camille (1835-1921): Etude in D flat, Op 52 THU No 6 Stefan Lindgren (piano) THU 4.33am THU Sibelius, Jean (1865-1957): Valse Triste (Kuolemo, Op 44 THU No 1) CBC Vancouver Orchestra THU Mario Bernardi (conductor) THU 4.38am THU Schreker, Franz (1878-1934): Valse lente THU Symphony Nova Scotia Georg Tintner (conductor) THU 4.43am THU Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741): Concerto VII in F for four THU violins and basso continuo RV567 (L'estro armonico, Op 3) THU Paul Wright, Natsumi Wakamatsu, Sayuri Yamagata, Staas THU Swierstra (violins) Hidemi Suzuki (cello) THU Australian Brandenburg Orchestra Paul Dyer (conductor) THU 4.52am THU Forster, Kaspar (1616-1673): Jesu dulcis memoria THU Dirk Snellings (bass) Il Tempo THU 5.01am THU Schubert, Franz (1797-1828): Hektors Abschied D312b, Op 58 THU No 1 Christoph Pregardien (tenor) THU Andreas Staier (fortepiano) THU 5.06am THU Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-91): Flute Quartet in D, THU K285 Joanna G'Froerer (flute) Martin Beaver (violin) THU Pinchas Zukerman (viola) Amanda Forsyth (cello) THU 5.21am THU Le Febure, Johannes (d.1609/12): Tanto tempore - motet THU 5.23am THU Angelus ad pastores THU 5.26am THU Viri sancti gloriosum sanguinem - motet THU 5.29am THU Motet: Venit Michael archangelus Herman Stinders (organ) THU Currende Erik van Nevel (conductor) THU 5.32am THU Corelli, Arcangelo (1653-1713): Sonata da Chiesa in B THU minor, Op 1 No 6 London Baroque THU 5.38am THU Corelli: Sonate da Chiesa in C, Op 1 No 7 London Baroque THU 5.43am THU Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849): Preludes: No 16 in B flat THU minor; No 17 in A flat; No 18 in F minor; No 19 in E flat; THU No 20 in C minor (24 Preludes, Op 28) THU Krzysztof Jablonski (piano) THU 5.51am THU Chopin: Polonaise in A, Op 40 No 1 (arr. for orchestra) THU Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava THU Oliver Dohnanyi (conductor) THU 5.57am THU Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937): Gaspard de la nuit for piano THU Nikita Magaloff (piano) THU 6.19am THU Poulenc, Francis (1899-1963): Les Biches THU Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra THU Bernard Haitink (conductor) THU 6.39am THU Mohrheim, Friedrich Christian (1718-1780): Trio No IV in A THU Wolfgang Baumgratz (organ) THU 6.42am THU Posch, Isaac (1580-1622/23): Selection from Harmonia THU Concertans 1, Cantiones sacrae (1623) THU Verena Krause (soprano) Markus Forster (countertenor) THU Martin Steffan (tenor) Albert Hartinger (bass) THU Salzburger Hofmusik THU 6.53am THU Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Fantasie in A minor, THU BWV 922 Wolfgang Gluxam (harpsichord). THU THU 07:00 Breakfast b00mj68w (Listen) THU THU 10:00 Classical Collection b00mj68y (Listen) THU 10.00am THU Kuusisto: Suolmalainen rukous (Finnish Prayer) THU Soile Isokoski (soprano) Helsinki Philharmonic THU John Storgards (conductor) ONDINE ODE 1034-2 THU 10.02am THU Beethoven: Variations on Haibel's Menuet a la Vigano, WoO68 THU Olli Mustonen (piano) DECCA 452 206-2 THU 10.11am THU Brahms: Concerto for violin, cello and orchestra, Op 102 THU Vadim Repin (violin) Truls Mork (cello) THU Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra THU Riccardo Chailly (conductor) DG 477 7470 THU 10.44am THU Kilpenen: Laululle (To the Song); Suvilaulu (Summer Song) THU Trad, arr Gothani: Minun kultani kaunis on (My gal is so THU pretty) Karita Mattila (soprano) Ilmo Ranta (piano) THU ONDINE ODE 892-2 THU 10.52am THU Sibelius: Symphony No 4 in A minor, Op 63 THU Lahti Symphony Orchestra Osmo Vanska (conductor) THU BIS-CD-861 THU 11.30am THU Jarnefelt: Praeludium Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra THU Paavo Berglund (conductor) EMI 268161-2 THU 11.34am THU Bach: Preludes and Fugues in D, BWV850 and 851 THU (Well-tempered Clavier, Book 1) Olli Mustonen (piano) THU RCA 74321 61446-2 THU 11.42am THU Alfven: Swedish Rhapsody No 1, Op 19 (Midsummer Vigil) THU Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra THU Paavo Berglund (conductor) EMI 268161-2. THU THU 12:00 Composer of the Week b00mj690 (Listen) THU Bernard Herrmann (1911-1975), Episode 4 THU Donald Macleod explores the fruitful years Bernard THU Herrmann spent in Hollywood. He worked with innovative THU sci-fi producer Ray Harryhausen and enjoyed a hugely THU successful collaboration with film director Alfred THU Hitchcock for 11 years - until its abrupt end over the THU music for Torn Curtain. THU THU Main titles to North by Northwest THU London Studio Symphony Orchestra THU Laurie Johnson (conductor) UKCD 2040 Tr 1 THU THU Outer Space (The Day the Earth Stood Still) THU National Philharmonic Orchestra THU Bernard Herrmannn (conductor) London 4438992 Track 11 THU THU A portrait of 'Hitch' (The Trouble with Harry) THU London Philharmonic Orchestra THU Bernard Herrmann (conductor) London 4438952 Tr 5 THU THU Overture; The Duel with the Skeleton; Baghdad (The Seventh THU Voyage of Sinbad) National Philharmonic Orchestra THU Bernard Herrmann (conductor) Track 2, Decca 421 266-2 THU THU Suite for Psycho National Philharmonic Orchestra THU Bernard Herrmann (conductor) London 4438952 Tr 1 THU THU Prelude; The Radiogram/Hotel; Valse Lente (Torn Curtain) THU The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra THU Elmer Bernstein (conductor) Warner BSK 3185 S1. THU THU 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00mkyc7 (Listen) THU Edinburgh International Festival 2009, Episode 11 THU Radio 3 at the Summer Festivals. THU THU A regular favourite at Edinburgh, Christian Zacharias THU performs a solo recital ranging across the centuries at THU the 2009 International Festival, from a selection of THU Scarlatti's many solo keyboard sonatas to ballades written THU by a young Brahms. THU THU Christian Zacharias (piano) THU THU Haydn: Sonata in F THU Scarlatti: A selection of eight Keyboard Sonatas THU Haydn: Sonata in B minor Brahms: Four Ballades THU Haydn: Sonata in D. THU THU 14:30 Afternoon on 3 b00mkzvr (Listen) THU Prom 55/Adams, Mozart, Strauss THU THU BBC Proms 2009. THU THU The BBC SSO under chief conductor designate Donald THU Runnicles performs Richard Strauss' gargantuan orchestral THU canvas inspired by family life in the Strauss household. THU BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist Shai Wosner joins the THU orchestra in Mozart's stormy D minor concerto, and the THU Prom opens with John Adams' witty tribute to the Russian THU polymath, Nicolas Slonimsky. THU THU Shai Wosner (piano) BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra THU Donald Runnicles (conductor) THU THU John Adams: Slonimsky's Earbox THU Mozart: Piano Concerto No 20 in D minor, K466 THU Strauss: Symphonia domestica THU THU 4.30pm THU Purcell and his forebears. THU THU Byrd: Infelix ego Stile Antico. THU THU 17:00 In Tune b00mj692 (Listen) THU THU 19:30 BBC Proms b00mj694 (Listen) THU 2009, Prom 73: Haydn, Schubert, Part 1 THU From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Petroc THU Trelawny. THU THU Franz Welser-Most conducts the incomparable Vienna THU Philharmonic in the 2009 season's last symphony by the THU father of the form, 'Papa' Haydn. One of the first set of THU 12 London Symphonies, No 97 was composed and premiered THU during Haydn's first visit to England in 1791-2. THU THU Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra THU Franz Welser-Most (conductor) THU THU Haydn: Symphony No 97 in C. THU THU 20:00 Twenty Minutes b00mj696 (Listen) THU Farewell Symphony, by Stephen Wyatt THU Richard Briers plays Haydn in a short play about the last THU days of the composer's life. In May 1809, as French troops THU take Vienna, Napoleon arranges for one of his officers to THU visit Joseph Haydn. THU THU Joseph Haydn ...... Richard Briers THU Johann Elssler ...... Ben Askew THU Nannerl ...... Annabelle Dowler THU French Officer ...... Matt Addis THU THU Written by Stephen Wyatt Directed by Jeremy Mortimer. THU THU 20:20 BBC Proms b00mj698 (Listen) THU 2009, Prom 73: Haydn, Schubert, Part 2 THU From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Petroc THU Trelawny. THU THU The Vienna Philharmonic under Franz Welser-Most performs THU Schubert's Great Symphony in C, which was only ever given THU a rough run-through in Vienna during the composer's THU all-too-short lifetime. THU THU Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra THU Franz Welser-Most (conductor) THU THU Schubert: Symphony No 9 in C (Great). THU THU 21:30 Sunday Feature b00fd2tx (Listen) THU Rebellion and Fear: Artists in the Great War THU Richard Cork explores how the First World War figured THU powerfully, and in strikingly different ways, in the lives THU and work of the early avant-garde art movement in Europe. THU THU We hear about Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, the founder of THU futurism, visiting industrial cities including London in THU 1912, urging artists to rally and embrace modernity. It THU moved artists such as Jacob Epstein and Wyndham Lewis as THU well as the poet Ezra Pound to create significant works THU celebrating industrialisation. THU THU Richard also talks to minimalist composer Michael Nyman THU about the work of David Bomberg another of the futurist THU artists influenced by Marinetti. A longtime admirer, Nyman THU is contemplating composing an opera on Bomberg's work and THU its relationship to the First World War. THU THU 22:15 New Generation Artists b00ml5bx (Listen) THU Radio 3's New Generation Artists scheme exists to provide THU concert and recording opportunities to some of the finest THU young talent on the international music scene. THU THU Israeli pianist Shai Wosner performs Beethoven's Sonata in THU F minor, Op 57 (Appassionata). THU THU Beethoven: Sonata in F minor, Op 57 (Appassionata) THU Shai Wosner (piano). THU THU 23:00 The Essay b00bghks (Listen) THU New Archaeologies, Episode 3 THU Series of personal essays about the archaeology of the THU past. THU THU Archaeologist Jeff Oliver discusses how carvings incised THU upon trees can help archaeologists better understand how THU landscapes were populated in past times. THU THU 23:15 Late Junction b00mj6c8 (Listen) THU Verity Sharp presents music from sitar player Purbayan THU Chatterjee's ensemble Shastriya Syndicate, the solo THU singing of Stephanie Hladowski, and the multiple voices of THU David Hyke's Harmonic Choir. Plus Sardinia's Tenores di THU Bitti and pianist Philip Mead plays Stephen Montague's THU Thanksgiving Hymn. THU FRI FRIDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 2009 FRI FRI 01:00 Through the Night b00mj6qz (Listen) FRI 1.00am FRI Schubert, Franz (1797-1828): Symphony No 4 in C minor FRI (Tragic), D417 Danish National Symphony Orchestra FRI Paul McCreesh (conductor) FRI 1.32am FRI Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Ein Deutsches Requiem, Op 45 FRI Inger Dam-Jensen (soprano) Roman Trekel (baritone) FRI Danish National Vocal Ensemble Danish National Choir FRI Danish National Symphony Orchestra FRI Paul McCreesh (conductor) FRI 2.32am FRI Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Sonata in E for flute FRI and continuo, BWV 1035 Lean Weman Ericsson (flute) FRI Hans-Ola Ericsson (organ) FRI 2.46am FRI Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847): Meeresstille und FRI gluckliche Fahrt (Calm sea and a prosperous voyage) - FRI Overture, Op 27 Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra FRI Simone Young (conductor) FRI 3.01am FRI Spohr, Louis (1784-1859): Concerto in B minor for two FRI violins and orchestra, Op 88 FRI Igor Ozim and Primoz Novsak (violins) FRI Slovenian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra FRI Samo Hubad (conductor) FRI 3.27am FRI Sibelius, Jean (1865-1957): Symphony No 6 in D minor, Op FRI 104 Netherlands Radio Philharmonic FRI Bernhard Klee (conductor) FRI 3.58am FRI Diamond, David (1915-2005): Rounds for string orchestra FRI CBC Vancouver Orchestra Mario Bernardi (conductor) FRI 4.13am FRI Debussy, Claude (1862-1918): Sonata in D minor for cello FRI and piano FRI Duo Krarup-Shirinyan: Johan Krarup (cello), Marianna FRI Shirinyan (piano) FRI 4.24am FRI Purcell, Henry (1659-1695): Ode for the birthday of Queen FRI Mary (1694) Come, ye sons of Art, away, Z323 FRI Anna Mikolajczyk (soprano) Henning Voss (contralto) FRI Robert Lawaty (countertenor) Miroslaw Borczynski (bass) FRI Sine Nomine Chamber Choir FRI Concerto Polacco Baroque Orchestra FRI Marek Toporowski (director) FRI 4.48am FRI Easton, Michael J (b.1954): The Old Queen's Rag (1995 - FRI for Donna Coleman) Donna Coleman (piano) FRI 4.52am FRI Milhaud, Darius (1892-1974): Three Rag-Caprices, Op 78 FRI CBC Vancouver Orchestra Daniel Swift (conductor) FRI 5.01am FRI Satie, Erik (1866-1925), arr Jorgen Jersild: Three melodies FRI Hanne Hohwu, Merte Grosbol, Peter Lodahl (soloists) FRI Merete Hoffmann (oboe) The Jutland Chamber Choir FRI Mogens Dahl (conductor) FRI 5.09am FRI Shostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975): Piano concerto No 2 in FRI F, Op 102 Dmitri Shostakovich (piano) FRI Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra FRI Konstantin Iliev (conductor) FRI 5.26am FRI Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937): Valses Nobles et Sentimentales FRI Maurice Ravel (piano) FRI 5.38am FRI Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Symphony No 33 in B FRI flat, K319 Danish Radio Sinfonietta FRI Adam Fischer (conductor) FRI 6.00am FRI Scarlatti, Domenico (1685-1757), arr. Kain Timothy: Sonata FRI in F, K518 Guitar Trek FRI 6.04am FRI Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904): Serenade for wind instruments FRI in D minor, Op 44 Canadian Chamber Ensemble FRI Raffi Armenian (conductor) FRI 6.30am FRI Karlowicz, Mieczyslaw (1876-1909): Violin Concerto in A, FRI Op 8 Kaja Danczowska (violin) FRI National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra FRI Antoni Wit (conductor). FRI FRI 07:00 Breakfast b00mj6r1 (Listen) FRI FRI 10:00 Classical Collection b00mj6r3 (Listen) FRI 10.00am FRI Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite No 1, Op 46 Berlin Philharmonic FRI Herbert von Karajan (conductor) DG 423 208-2 FRI 10.15am FRI Ravel: Ma mere l'oye FRI Louis Lortie and Helene Mercier (piano) CHANDOS CHAN8905 FRI 10.30am FRI Haydn: Symphony No 73 in D (La chasse) BBC Philharmonic FRI Nicolas Kraemer (conductor) BBC recording FRI 10.51am FRI Rangstrom: Den enda stunden (The Only Moment); Flickan FRI under nymanen (The Girl Under the New Moon); Bon till FRI natten (Prayer to the Night); Melodi (Melody) FRI Solveig Kringelborn (soprano) Malcolm Martineau (piano) FRI VIRGIN CLASSICS VC 545273-2 FRI 11.01am FRI Mozart: Quartet in F for oboe and strings, K370 FRI Gregor Zubicky (oboe) Terje Tonnesen (violin) FRI Lars Ander Tomter (viola) Truls Mork (cello) FRI SIMAX PSC 1022 FRI 11.16am FRI O Bull: Et Saeterbesok (A Mountain Vision) FRI Arve Tellefsen (violin) Trondheim Symphony Orchestra FRI Eivind Aadland (conductor) SIMAX PSC 1261 FRI 11.24am FRI Schubert: Piano Sonata in C minor, D958 FRI Leif Ove Andsnes (piano) EMI 516448-2. FRI FRI 12:00 Composer of the Week b00mj6r5 (Listen) FRI Bernard Herrmann (1911-1975), Episode 5 FRI Donald Macleod's exploration of the life and work of FRI Bernard Herrmann concludes with a look at the FRI contradictory aspects of the composer's complex FRI personality. FRI FRI Herrmann was as complex as any of the characters in the FRI films he wrote music for. His life was full of FRI contradictions and tensions that were never fully FRI resolved. He could be paranoid, irascible, abrasive and FRI volatile but he remained a romantic at heart. He could FRI also be generous and compassionate but as a perfectionist FRI in his chosen art was perhaps doomed never to be satisfied. FRI FRI Twisted Nerve Uncredited performers FRI A band apart/Maverick Wing soundtrack 9362-48588-2 FRI FRI Scherzo (Symphony No 1) National Philharmonic Orchestra FRI Bernard Herrmann (conductor) UKCD 2063 Trs 2 FRI FRI Fahrenheit 451 National Philharmonic Orchestra FRI Bernard Herrmann (conductor) London 443 899-2 Trs 18-22 FRI FRI Souvenirs de Voyage for clarinet and strings (1st mvt) FRI David Schifrin (clarinet) FRI Walter Trampler, Paul Neubauer (violas) FRI Hamilton Cheifetz, Warren Lash (cellos) FRI Delos DE 3088 Tr 1 FRI FRI Scenes from Taxi Driver: Thank God for the Rain; Cleaning FRI the Cab; I still can't sleep/They cannot touch her FRI (Betsy's Theme) Arista 07822 190052 Trs 2, 3, 4 FRI FRI The Sea: The Lagoon; Descending; The Octopus: Homecoming FRI (Beneath the 12-Mile Reef) FRI National Philharmonic Orchestra FRI Charles Gerhardt (conductor) FRI BMG RCA Victor GD 80707 Trs 6, 7, 8. FRI FRI 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00mkyzc (Listen) FRI Edinburgh International Festival 2009, Episode 12 FRI Radio 3 at the Summer Festivals. FRI FRI In a concert from the 2009 Edinburgh International FRI Festival, the multi award-winning Emerson String Quartet FRI perform two Mendelssohn Quartets - the earliest and the FRI final of his oeuvre, for which the ensemble have been FRI widely celebrated. This is contrasted with Beethoven's FRI String Quartet No 10, reminiscent in some respects of the FRI Fifth Symphony, which was written around the same time. FRI FRI Emerson String Quartet FRI FRI Mendelssohn: String Quartet in E flat FRI Beethoven: String Quartet in E flat (The Harp) FRI Mendelssohn: String Quartet in F minor. FRI FRI 14:30 Afternoon on 3 b00ml06q (Listen) FRI Prom 57: Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky FRI FRI BBC Proms 2009: FRI FRI The BBC Symphony Orchestra concludes the Proms survey of FRI Stravinsky's ballets with the dazzling Agon. Stephen Hough FRI completes his Proms marathon of Tchaikovsky's piano FRI concertos with the curiously neglected Concert Fantasia, FRI and cellist Steven Isserlis returns to the Rococo FRI Variations. The concert ends with more Tchaikovsky - his FRI dramatic tale of forbidden love and eternal punishment. FRI Introduced by Penny Gore. FRI FRI Stephen Hough (piano) Steven Isserlis (cello) FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra David Robertson (conductor) FRI FRI Stravinsky: Agon FRI Tchaikovsky: Concert Fantasia in G, Op 56; Variations on a FRI Rococo Theme; Francesca da Rimini FRI FRI 4.30pm FRI Purcell and his forebears. FRI FRI Purcell: Blow up the trumpet; God is gone up; Blow up the FRI trumpet in Sion; My heart is inditing FRI Ars Nova Copenhagen Concerto Copenhagen FRI Andrew Lawrence-King (conductor). FRI FRI 17:00 In Tune b00mkwqh (Listen) FRI FRI 18:30 BBC Proms b00mj6r7 (Listen) FRI 2009, Prom 74: R Strauss, Brahms, Part 1 FRI From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Petroc FRI Trelawny. FRI FRI The Vienna Philharmonic is conducted by its distinguished FRI long-term associate and honorary member Zubin Mehta. FRI Together they perfom Webern's late Romantic-influenced FRI Passacaglia before Strauss' quintessentially quixotic set FRI of 'fantastic variations on a theme of knightly character'. FRI FRI Christian Frohn (viola) Tamas Varga (cello) FRI Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Zubin Mehta (conductor) FRI FRI Webern: Passacaglia, Op 1 R Strauss: Don Quixote. FRI FRI 19:25 BBC Proms b00mlybm (Listen) FRI 2009, Proms Plus, Proms Literary Festival: Ian McMillan on FRI Don Quixote FRI Miguel de Cervantes' Don Quixote is one of fiction's FRI best-loved characters and the hero of a book many consider FRI a landmark of modern literature. The knight has featured FRI in artworks by Dore, Dali and Picasso, and has been the FRI inspiration for music by Telemann, Mendelssohn and Richard FRI Strauss. FRI FRI Actor Andrew Sachs offers his own dramatic version of FRI Quixote, spurred on by Ian McMillan and literary critic FRI John Mullan's reflections on the character and his FRI followers in the world of letters. FRI FRI 19:45 BBC Proms b00mj6r9 (Listen) FRI 2009, Prom 74: R Strauss, Brahms, Part 2 FRI From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Petroc FRI Trelawny. FRI FRI Zubin Mehta conducts the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in FRI Brahms' final symphony, which ends in a vast set of FRI variations - his gloriously late-Romantic take on a FRI Baroque-style passacaglia, using a theme borrowed from a FRI Bach cantata. FRI FRI Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Zubin Mehta (conductor) FRI FRI Brahms: Symphony No 4 in E minor. FRI FRI 20:45 Sunday Feature b00c4cnn (Listen) FRI Flowers in the Backyard - China and its Minority Cultures FRI Isabel Hilton reports from China's capital, Beijing, on FRI the country's uneasy relationship with its minority FRI cultures, talking to writers and academics of the Han FRI ethnic group, one which makes up over 90 per cent of the FRI population. She finds out how they have found in minority FRI cultures a way to broaden their own understanding of China FRI and also meets cultural figures from within a variety of FRI minorities who describe their experiences of living within FRI such a massive majority. FRI FRI Part of Radio 3's Focus on China season. FRI FRI 21:30 New Generation Artists b00ml5n3 (Listen) FRI Radio 3's New Generation Artists scheme exists to provide FRI concert and recording opportunities to some of the finest FRI young talent on the international music scene. FRI FRI Jazz trumpeter Tom Arthurs and friends perform a variety FRI of duo and group improvisations. FRI FRI Tom Arthurs: Shambles/Potentials Group improvisations FRI Tom Arthurs (flugelhorn and trumpet) FRI Petr Cancura (tenor saxophone) Julie Sassoon (piano) FRI Rudi Fischerlehner (drums). FRI FRI 22:15 BBC Proms b00mj6rc (Listen) FRI 2009, Prom 75 FRI From the Royal Albert Hall, London. Presented by Verity FRI Sharp. FRI FRI East meets West as cellist Yo-Yo Ma returns with his FRI cross-cultural Silk Road Ensemble, after their successful FRI Proms debut in 2004, with more from this truly mesmerising FRI musical journey - a mix of traditional and contemporary FRI flavours, inspired by the ancient trade route which united FRI China and Europe. FRI FRI Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma FRI FRI Various composers: Silk Road Suite FRI Giovanni Sollima: The Taranta Project FRI Angel Lam: Empty Mountain, Spirit Rain FRI Trad, arr. Li Cang Sang and Wu Tong: Ambush from Ten Sides. FRI FRI