02 October 2009

Radio 3 Listings for 03/10/2009 - 09/10/2009


SAT SATURDAY 3 OCTOBER 2009 SAT SAT 01:00 Through the Night b00mwbpz (Listen) SAT 1.00am SAT Reinecke, Carl (1824-1910): Trio in A minor for oboe, horn SAT and piano, Op 188 Jaap Prinsen (horn) SAT Maarten Karres (oboe) Ariane Veelo-Karres (piano) SAT 1.24am SAT Bruch, Max (1838-1920): Violin Concerto No 1 in G minor, SAT Op 26 Ion Voicu (violin) SAT Romanian National Radio Orchestra SAT Emanuel Elenescu (conductor) SAT 1.47am SAT Schumann, Robert (1810-1856): Dichterliebe, Op 48 SAT Kevin McMillan (baritone) Michael McMahon (piano) SAT 2.21am SAT Bartok, Bela (1881-1945): Concerto for orchestra, Sz 116 SAT Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava SAT Ondrej Lenard (conductor) SAT 3.01am SAT Tanev, Alexander (1928-1996): Piano Sonata SAT Ivan Eftimov (piano) SAT 3.19am SAT Zagorschi, Vasile (1926-2003): Suite for oboe and piano SAT Valerii Rendiuc (oboe) Gita Straholevich (piano) SAT 3.25am SAT Shostakovich, Dmitry (1906-1975): Symphony No 5 in D SAT minor, Op 47 BBC Philharmonic SAT Gianandrea Noseda (conductor) SAT 4.14am SAT Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Il'yich (1840-1893): Dumka - Russian SAT rustic scene for piano, Op 59 Duncan Gifford (piano) SAT 4.25am SAT Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741): Concerto in G for strings SAT and continuo (Al Rustica, RV 151) I Cameristi Italiani SAT 4.29am SAT Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da (c.1525-1594): SAT Fundamenta ejus - motet for four voices (1581) SAT Lorenzo Ghielmi (organ) Chorus of Swiss Radio, Lugano SAT Diego Fasolis (conductor) SAT 4.35am SAT Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Piano Trio in G, K564 SAT Ondine Trio SAT 4.50am SAT Verhulst, Johannes (1816-1891): Overture in C minor, Op 3 SAT (Gijsbrecht van Aemstel) SAT Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra SAT Jac van Steen (conductor) SAT 5.01am SAT Handel, Georg Frideric (1685-1759) ed. Dart: Sonata in B SAT flat, HWV 357 Louise Pellerin (oboe) SAT Dom Andre Laberge (organ) SAT 5.06am SAT Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Concerto No 4 in A for SAT keyboard and string orchestra, BWV 1055 SAT Lars-Ulrik Mortensen (harpsichord) Ensemble 415 SAT 5.21am SAT Ferrabosco, Alfonso (c.1578-1628): Pavan and Fantasie SAT Nigel North (lute) SAT 5.28am SAT Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809): Trio in C for keyboard and SAT strings, H XV 27 Ondine Trio SAT 5.46am SAT Verhulst, Johannes (1816-1891): Herinnering, Op 26, No 12; SAT Minneliedje, Op 27, No 9 Nico van der Meel (tenor) SAT Leo van Doeselaar (fortepiano) SAT 5.51am SAT Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826): Andante and Rondo SAT Ungarese in C minor, Op 35 Juhani Tapaninen (bassoon) SAT Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra SAT Jukka-Pekka Saraste (conductor) SAT 6.01am SAT Suk, Josef (1874-1935): Serenade in E flat for string SAT orchestra, Op 6 BBC National Orchestra of Wales SAT James Clark (conductor) SAT 6.30am SAT Grieg, Edvard (1843-1907): Lyric Pieces - Book 3, Op 43 SAT Christina Ortiz (piano) SAT 6.45am SAT Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871-1927): The people of Nifelhem SAT Margaretha Ljunggren (soprano) Michael Engstrom (piano) SAT Swedish Radio Choir Gustav Sjokvist (conductor). SAT SAT 07:00 Breakfast b00n1222 (Listen) SAT SAT 09:00 CD Review b00n12mn (Listen) SAT 09.05am SAT HANDEL: Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne; Dixit Dominus SAT HWV232 SAT Helene Guilmette (soprano) / Andreas Scholl (countertenor) / SAT Malcolm E. Bennet (tenor) / Andreas Wolf (bass) / Vocalconsort SAT Berlin / Akademie fur Alte Musik Berlin / Marcus Creed SAT (conductor) SAT Harmonia Mundi HMC902041 (CD) SAT SAT HANDEL: Dixit Dominus; STEFFANI: Stabat Mater SAT The Sixteen / Harry Christophers (conductor) SAT Coro COR16076 (CD) SAT SAT SCHUMANN: Dichterliebe Op 48; BRAHMS: Lieder SAT Simon Keenlyside (baritone) / Malcolm Martineau (pianist) SAT Sony 88697566892 (CD) SAT SAT OLIVERO: Neharot for viola, accordion, percussion, two string SAT ensembles and tape; MANSURIAN: Tagh of the Funeral of the SAT Lord for viola and percussion; Three Arias – Sung Out the SAT Window Facing Mount Ararat; KOMITAS: Oror for piano; SAT SAT STEINBERG: Rava Deravin for viola and string quartet SAT Kim Kashkashian (viola) / Robyn Schulkowsky (percussion) / SAT Tigran Mansurian (piano) / Kuss Quartet / Boston Modern SAT Orchestra Project / Gil Rose (conductor) / Munchener SAT Kammerorchester / Alexander Liebreich (conductor) SAT ECM New Series 4763281 (CD) SAT SAT 9.30am Building a Library SAT MARTINU: Symphony No 4 SAT Reviewer – David Nice SAT SAT The first choice recommendation will be placed on the CD SAT Review website on Monday. SAT SAT Next week Peter Quantrill compares recordings of Mendelssohn’s SAT Quartet No 6 in F minor Op 80. SAT SAT 10.20am Gramophone Awards SAT A selection of recordings from 2009 Gramophone Awardwinning SAT artists and record labels. SAT Full details will be placed on the CD Review website on Monday. SAT SAT 10.50am New Releases SAT Geoffrey Smith looks at some recent releases of Humperdinck’s SAT Hansel and Gretel on DVD with extracts from the following SAT discs: SAT SAT HUMPERDINCK: Hansel und Gretel SAT Ludmil Kuntschew (Peter) / Alexandra Petersamer (Gertrud) / SAT Sabine Noack (Hansel) / Cornelia Marschall (Gretel) / Ludmil SAT Kuntschew (The Witch) / Children Chorus and Supernumeraries SAT of the Anhaltischen Theater Dessau / Anhaltische Philharmonie SAT Dessau / Markus L. Frank (conductor) SAT Arthaus Musik 101321 (DVD) SAT SAT HUMPERDINCK: Hansel and Gretel (Live from the Met) SAT Christine Schafer (Gretel) / Alice Coote (Hansel) / Rosalind SAT Plowright (Gertrude) / Alan Held (Peter) / Philip Langridge (The SAT Witch) / The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus / SAT Vladimir Jurowski (conductor) SAT EMI 2063089 (DVD) SAT SAT HUMPERDINCK: Hansel und Gretel SAT Jennifer Holloway (Hansel) / Adriana Kucerova (Gretel) / SAT Irmgard Vilsmaier (Mother) / Klaus Kuttler (Father) / Wolfgang SAT Ablinger-Sperrhacke (Witch) / London Philharmonic Orchestra / SAT Kazushi Ono (conductor) SAT Decca 0743361 (DVD) SAT SAT HUMPERDINCK: Hansel and Gretel SAT Angelika Kirchschlager (Hansel) / Diana Damrau (Gretel) / SAT Elizabeth Connell (Gertrud) / Thomas Allen (Peter) / Anja Silja SAT (Witch) / Tiffin Boys’ Choir and Children’s Chorus / The SAT Orchestra of the Royal Opera House / Colin Davis (conductor) SAT Opus Arte OA1011D (2DVD) SAT SAT 11.35 am Disc of the Week SAT ELGAR: Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 85 (Arranged for viola SAT by Lionel Tertis / David Aaron Carpenter); SCHNITTKE: Viola SAT Concerto (1985) SAT David Aaron Carpenter (viola) / Philharmonia Orchestra / SAT Christoph Eschenbach (conductor) SAT Ondine ODE11532 (CD) SAT SAT 12:15 Music Matters b00n12mq (Listen) SAT Vasily Petrenko/Kenneth MacMillan/Martinu SAT SAT Tom Service travels to Liverpool to meet Vasily Petrenko, SAT the young Russian principal conductor of the Royal SAT Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Plus a new biography of SAT dancer and choreographer Kenneth MacMillan; and 50 years SAT after the death of composer Bohuslav Martinu, Tom assesses SAT the importance of the composer's symphonies. SAT SAT Vasily Petrenko SAT SAT One of several young Russian conductors who have taken the SAT helm of British orchestras over the last few years, Vasily SAT Petrenko has made a big impression as principal conductor SAT of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic since he took up the SAT post in 2006. Still in his early 30’s, he became a SAT figurehead for Liverpool’s musical life during its year as SAT Capital of Culture in 2008, and has been transforming the SAT reputation of the city’s resident orchestra - the latest SAT accolade being a 2009 Gramophone Award for their recording SAT of Tchaikovsky's Manfred Symphony. SAT SAT Tom meets Petrenko - who gave up dreams of being an SAT Olympic swimmer to pursue conducting - in the grandiose SAT surroundings of Liverpool Cathedral. They talk about his SAT Shostakovich symphony cycle (the first two recordings of SAT which have been highly acclaimed), his plans for a Mahler SAT symphony cycle over the next two years, and his ambition SAT to make the RLPO a world class orchestra. SAT SAT In Harmony in Liverpool SAT SAT Led by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, In Harmony SAT Liverpool launched in March 2009, having been chosen as SAT one of three pilot projects for the government’s new SAT scheme of music education in England which is seeking to SAT emulate the success of Venezuela’s (and Scotland’s) El SAT Sistema. SAT SAT Tom visits the project, now up and running at Faith SAT Primary School in the West Everton area of Liverpool. He SAT finds an entire school - pupils and teachers - singing and SAT playing string instruments together in a socially SAT transforming programme of music education. The RLPO’s SAT chief executive Michael Eakin and In Harmony project SAT leader Sally-Ann Anderson tell Tom what they hope to SAT achieve through the scheme. SAT SAT Kenneth MacMillan: Different Drummer SAT SAT Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan would have been 80 this SAT year. His life story is told in a new 700-page biography SAT by Jann Parry - from a difficult childhood growing up SAT during the war, losing his mother at the age of 12 and SAT facing isolation and crippling stage fright as a young SAT dancer, to his career as the creator of a new kind of SAT ballet which connected with contemporary music and the SAT real world. SAT SAT Tom talks to the author, to dancer Jonathan Cope and SAT composer Brian Elias who both worked with MacMillan at the SAT Royal Ballet, and to his widow Deborah, about working and SAT living with him. And he discusses the book and MacMillan’s SAT legacy with Stephanie Jordan, Research Professor in Dance SAT at Roehampton University, and Guardian dance critic Judith SAT Mackrell. SAT SAT Martinu’s Symphonies SAT SAT This weekend the BBC Symphony Orchestra and their chief SAT conductor Jiri Belohlavek begin a year-long cycle of the SAT six symphonies by Czech composer Bohuslav Martinu. SAT SAT Tom visits the BBC SO’s home in Maida Vale during SAT rehearsals for No.1 (broadcast in Performance on 3 on SAT Monday 5th October) and asks Prague-born Belohlavek what SAT Martinu’s music means to him. And Martinu experts David SAT Nice and Sharon Choa (whose edition of the 4th the BBCSO SAT are using in their cycle) explain why we should hear the SAT symphonies more often. SAT SAT 13:00 The Early Music Show b00n12nc (Listen) SAT Renaissance Polyphony SAT Lucie Skeaping is joined by Peter Phillips and the Tallis SAT Scholars to explore some of the defining qualities and the SAT ethos of Renaissance polyphony. She asks what has prompted SAT their enthusiasm for it and learns how working with this SAT music has encouraged the group to find a distinctive sound SAT and performing methodology. Including excerpts from some SAT of the Tallis Scholars many recordings. SAT SAT Peter Phillips and his group have specialised in the SAT performance of Renaissance polyphony since 1973. They have SAT built a reputation for bringing some of the greatest SAT European church music of the 16th and 17th centuries onto SAT the concert platform. SAT SAT Tallis: O Sacrum Convivium Tallis Scholars SAT Peter Phillips (conductor) GIMELL CDGIM 998 Tr 6 SAT SAT Taverner: Western Wind Mass - Sanctus and Benedictus SAT Tallis Scholars Peter Phillips (conductor) SAT GIMELL CDGIM 027 Tr 3 SAT SAT Palestrina: Surge, illuminare Tallis Scholars SAT Peter Phillips (conductor) GIMELL CDGIM 994 Tr 2 SAT SAT Tallis: Lamentations 1 Tallis Scholars SAT Peter Phillips (conductor) GIMELL CDGIM 996 Tr 2 SAT SAT Allegri: Miserere Roy Goodman (treble) SAT Choir of King's College, Cambridge SAT David Willcocks (conductor) SAT SAT Tallis: Salvator mundi Clerkes of Oxenford SAT David Wulstan (conductor) CALLIOPE CAL9623 Tr 7 SAT SAT Palestrina: Missa Papae Marcelli - Gloria SAT Tallis Scholars Peter Phillips (conductor) SAT GIMELL CDGIM 041 Tr 4 SAT SAT William Mundy: Adolescentulus sum ergo Tallis Scholars SAT Peter Phillips (conductor) GIMELL CDGIM 998 Tr 7 SAT SAT Victoria: Requiem - Sanctus and Benedictus SAT Tallis Scholars Peter Phillips (conductor) SAT GIMELL CDGIM 012 Tr 6 SAT SAT Elizabeth Edwards: Arise (excerpt) Tallis Scholars SAT Peter Phillips (conductor) SAT (BBC recording from York Early Music Festival 2009). SAT SAT 14:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00mw9fz (Listen) SAT Camilla Tilling SAT From Wigmore Hall, London. Presented by Fiona Talkington. SAT SAT A recital given by Swedish soprano Camilla Tilling. She is SAT joined by pianist Paul Rivinius in a performance of SAT Schumann's poetic song cycle Liederkreis, as well as other SAT familiar and rare song settings. SAT SAT 15:00 World Routes b00n13mn (Listen) SAT Brazilian Performers, Caetano Veloso SAT Lucy Duran introduces a performance given at the Barbican SAT in London by Caetano Veloso, one of the great figures of SAT Brazilian music. Recorded in 2007, this classic concert SAT includes songs Veloso wrote while in exile in Britain in SAT the 1960s, including his psychedelic London, London. SAT Veloso also chats to Lucy. SAT SAT Presented by Lucy Duran Produced by Roger Short SAT SAT Caetano Veloso in Concert at the Barbican Centre, London. SAT Recorded 1 October 2007 SAT SAT Caetano Veloso (vocals/guitar); Marcello Callado (drums); SAT Ricardo Gomes (keyboard); Pedro Sa (guitar) SAT SAT Caetano Veloso: Minhas Lagrimas Homem Um Tom SAT Sampa Um Sonho Nao me arrependo Odeio SAT Coracao Vagabundo London, London Rocks O Leaozinho SAT SAT Minhas Lagrimas, Homem, Um Sonho, Nao me arrependo, Odeio SAT and Rocks all appear on the most recent Caetano Veloso SAT album Ce (2006) SAT SAT Um Tom originally appeared on the album Livro (1997) SAT SAT Sampa originally appeared on the album Muito (1978) SAT Coracao Vagabundo originally appeared on the album Domingo SAT (with Gal Costa, 1967) SAT SAT London, London originally appeared on the album Caetano SAT Veloso (1971) SAT SAT O Leaozinho originally appeared on the album Bicho (1977) SAT SAT 16:00 Jazz Library b00n13mq (Listen) SAT Carmen McRae SAT Singer Carmen McRae was a protegee of Billie Holiday but SAT soon grew beyond that early influence to develop her own SAT distinctive musical personality. Singer Christine Tobin SAT joins Alyn Shipton to pick the highlights from the more SAT than 60 albums that McRae made before her death in 1994. SAT SAT DISC 1 Title: Misery Artist: Carmen McRae SAT Composer: Scott Album: First Sessions SAT Label: Fresh Sound Number 477 Tr 8 SAT Personnel: Carmen McRae (vocals), Tony Scott (piano). SAT December 1953 SAT SAT DISC 2 Title: Mr Meadowlark SAT Artist: Carmen Mcrae with Ralph Burns Orchestra SAT Composer: Mercer SAT Album: Complete Ralph Burns Sessions with Ben Webster SAT Label: Lonehill Jazz Number 11122 Tr 5 SAT Personnel:: Carmen McRae (vocals), Ben Webster (tenor SAT sax), Irv Markovitz (trumpet), Dick Berg, Donald Corrado, SAT Fred Klein, Tony Miranda (French horn), Don Abney (piano), SAT Mundell Lowe (guitar), Aaron Bell (bass), Ted Sommer SAT (drums), Ralph Burns (director) SAT SAT DISC 3 Title: My Funny Valentine Artist: Carmen McRae SAT Composer: Rodgers/Hart SAT Album: Complete Recordings with Ray Bryant Label: Gambit SAT Number 69204 Tr 3 SAT Personnel: Carmen McRae (vocals), Ray Bryant (piano), Ike SAT Isaacs (bass), Specs Wright (drums). 6 March 1957 SAT SAT DISC 4 Title: That Old Black Magic SAT Artist: Carmen McRae Composer: Arlen, Mercer SAT Album: Live at Bubba's Label: Who's Who In Jazz SAT Number: Tr 1 SAT Personnel: Carmen McRae (vocals), Marshal Otwell (piano), SAT Jim Anderson (bass), Mark Pulice (drums). 1981 SAT SAT DISC 5 Title: I'm an Errand Girl for Rhythm SAT Artist: Carmen McRae Composer: Cole SAT Album: You're Looking at Me (A Collection of Nat King Cole SAT Songs) Label: Concord Number 4235 Tr 1 SAT Personnel: Carmen McRae (vocals), Marshall Otwell (piano), SAT John Collins (guitar), John Leftwhich (bass), Donald SAT Bailey (drums). Nov 1983 SAT SAT DISC 6 Title: I'm Glad There is You SAT Artist: Carmen McRae Composer: Dorsey SAT Album: Any Old Time Label: Savoy/Denon (Japanese import) SAT Number 1216 Tr 12 SAT Personnel: Carmen McRae (vocals), Clifford Jordan (tenor SAT sax), Eric Gunnison (piano), John Collins (guitar), SAT Scott Colley (bass), Mark Pulice (drums). June 1986 SAT SAT DISC 7 Title: What Can I Say After I've Said I'm Sorry SAT Artist: Carmen McRae Composer: Donaldson/Lymann SAT Album: Fine and Mellow: Live at Birdland West SAT Label: Concord Number 4342 Tr 2 SAT Personnel: Carmen McRae (vocals), Red Hollowoay (reeds), SAT Jack McDuff (organ), Phil Upchurch (guitar), John Clayton SAT (bass), Paul Humphrey (drums). Dec 1987 SAT SAT DISC 8 Title: Little Butterfly Artist: Carmen McRae SAT Composer: Thelonious Monk Album: Carmen Sings Monk SAT Label: Sony/Bluebird First Editions Number 749038 Tr 6 SAT Personnel: Carmen McRae (vocals), Clifford Jordan, Charlie SAT Rouse (reeds), Eric Gunnison, Larry Willis (pianos), SAT George Mraz (bass), Al Foster (drums). April 1988 SAT SAT DISC 9 Title: Sometimes I'm Happy SAT Artist: Carmen McRae/Betty Carter SAT Composer: Caesar/Youmans SAT Album: Carmen McRae/Betty Carter Duets: Live at the Great SAT American Music Hall Label: Verve Number 529279 Tr 6 SAT Personnel: Carmen McRae/Betty Carter (vocals), Eric SAT Gunnison (piano), Jim Hughart (bass), Winard Harper SAT (drums). Jan/Feb 1987 SAT SAT DISC 10 Title: Misty Artist: Carmen McRae SAT Composer: Garner Album: Sarah: Dedicated to You SAT Label: Sony/Bluebird First Editions Number: Tr 3 SAT Personnel: Carmen McRae (vocals), Shirley Horn (piano), SAT Charles Ables (bass), Steve Williams (drums). Oct 1990. SAT SAT 17:00 Jazz Record Requests b00n13ms (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 Camp Meeting Blues (King Oliver) (2:55) SAT Performed by King Oliver’s Jazz Band: King Oliver, Louis SAT Armstrong (c) Ed Atkins (tb) Buster Bailey or Jimmy Noone SAT (cl) Lil Hardin (p) Johnny St Cyr (bj) Baby Dodds (d) SAT Recorded 19 October 1923, Chicago SAT Taken from the album King Oliver and his Creole Jazz band SAT 1923 1992 CD (Classics 650 (1) Track 23) SAT SAT St. Philip Street Breakdown (George Lewis) (4:25) SAT Performed by Ian Wheeler (cl) John Bastable (bj) Ron Ward SAT (b) Colin Bowden (d) George Lewis (cl) SAT Recorded 27 April 1957, Manchester SAT Taken from the album George Lewis with Ken Colyer’s SAT Jazzmen 1957 1994 CD (Five O Four 504CD51 (1) Track 7) SAT SAT The Chase (Gordon) (6:46) SAT Performed by Dexter Gordon (ts) Wardell Gray (ts) Jimmy SAT Bunn (p) Red Callender (bs) Chuck Thompson (d) SAT Recorded 12 June 1947 Taken from the album the Chase! SAT 1995 CD (Stash STB2513 (1) Track 3) SAT SAT Moten Swing (B & B Moten) (6:08) SAT Performed by Charlie Shavers Sextet: Charlie Shavers (tp) SAT Benny Morton (tb) Hank D’Amico (cl) Kenny Kersey (p) Aaron SAT Bell (b) Panama Francis (d) SAT Recorded 25 – 27 October 1954, New York SAT Taken from the album Horn O’ Plenty SAT 2005 CD (Lonehill Jazz LHJ10140(1) Track 3) SAT SAT Song for My Father (Horace Silver) (4:47) SAT Performed by George Benson (g, v) Paul Griffin (p) Bob SAT Cranshaw (b) Jimmy Johnson (d) Clark Terry (tp) Garnett SAT Brown (tb) Arthur Clark, George Marge (ts, fl) Buddy Lucas SAT (hca) Jack Jennings (conga, vb) The Winston Collymore SAT Strings, Horace Ott (arr, cond) SAT Recorded 18 November 1968 SAT Taken from the album Talkin’ Verve SAT 1997 CD (Verve 537802(1) Track 2) SAT SAT Stack It Up! (The Apples) (3:32) SAT Performed by The Apples: Arthur Krasnobaev (tp) Yaron SAT Ouzana (tb) Oleg Nayman (ts, ss) Yuval Tabachnik (bs) SAT Yonadav Halevy (d) Shai Ran (b) Erez Todres (turntables) SAT Ofer ‘Schoolmaster’ Tal (turntables) Uri ‘MixMonster’ SAT Wertheim (Sound Console & Live Effects) SAT Recorded 10 – 15 January 2008 SAT Taken from the album Buzzin’ About SAT 2008 CD (Freestyle FSRCD041(1) Track 1) SAT SAT Poem: Tonight I Write Sadly Tune: Blue Lament (Tony SAT Kinsey) (3:10) SAT Performed by Christopher Logue (v) The Tony Kinsey SAT Quintet: Les Cordon (tp) Ken Wray (tb) Bill Le Sage (p, SAT vb) Kenny Napper (b) Tony Kinsey (d) SAT Recorded 29 May 1959, London SAT Taken from the album Audio Logue SAT CD (Audiologue UPL701 Disc 7 Track7) SAT SAT Ain’t Nobody’s Business (Witherspoon) (6:05) SAT Performed by Jimmy Witherspoon (v) Earl ‘Fatha’ Hines, SAT Woody Herman, Roy Eldridge (tp) Coleman Hawkins, Ben SAT Webster (ts) Vernon Alley (b) Mel Lewis (d) Urbie Green SAT Recorded Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival 2 October 1959 SAT Taken from the album 1959 Monterey Jazz festival SAT LP (Ember CJS834 S1/1) SAT SAT Seven Leaves (Gareth Williams) (5:41) SAT Performed by Gareth Williams (p) Laurence Cottle (b) Ian SAT Thomas (d) Recorded 14 December 2007 SAT Taken from the album Shock! SAT 2009 CD (Linn AKCD326 Track 5) SAT SAT Down by the Riverside (Oliver Nelson) (8:45) SAT Performed by Oliver Nelson (arr, cond, ss) buddy Childers, SAT Bobby Bryant, Freddy Hill, Conte Candoli (tp) Billy Byers, SAT Pete Myers, Lou Blackburn, Ernie Tack (tb) Gabe Baltazar, SAT Tom Scott, Bill Perkins, Jack Nimitz, Frank Strozier SAT (reeds) Frank Strazzori (p) Monte Budwig (b) Mel Brown (g) SAT Ed Thigpen (d) Recorded 2 – 4 June 1967 SAT Taken from the album Oliver Nelson’s Big Band Live from SAT Los Angeles LP (Impulse SIPL510 S1/3) SAT SAT 18:00 Opera on 3 b00n13mv (Listen) SAT Dvorak's Rusalka SAT SAT In a performance given at 2009's Glyndebourne Festival, SAT Jiri Belohlavek conducts a production of Rusalka, Dvorak's SAT best-known opera. It's the first time in its history that SAT the famous festival has staged this tale, loosely based on SAT Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid, but SAT translated into a Czech idiom. SAT SAT Rusalka, a water nymph, lives in a pool in a dark and SAT brooding forest. She's doomed not only to lose her lover SAT but to live forever as a will-o-the-wisp tempting other SAT men to their deaths. This critically-praised production is SAT directed by Melly Still, making her operatic debut, with SAT Anna Maria Martinez as Rusalka and American tenor Brandon SAT Jovanovich as the prince she falls in love with. SAT SAT Rusalka ...... Ana Maria Martinez (soprano) SAT Prince ...... Brandon Jovanovich (tenor) SAT Vodnik ...... Mischa Schelomianski (bass) SAT Jezibaba ...... Larissa Diadkova (mezzo-soprano) SAT First Wood Nymph ...... Natasha Jouhl (soprano) SAT Second Wood Nymph ...... Barbara Senator (mezzo-soprano) SAT Third Wood Nymph ...... Elodie Mechain (contralto) SAT Hunter ...... John Mackenzie (tenor) SAT Gamekeeper ...... Alasdair Elliott (tenor) SAT Kitchen Girl ...... Diana Axentii (mezzo-soprano) SAT Foreign Princess ...... Tatiana Pavlovskaya (soprano) SAT London Philharmonic Orchestra The Glyndebourne Chorus SAT Jiri Belohlavek (conductor). SAT SAT 21:00 The Wire b00n13mx (Listen) SAT The Lady of Kingsland Waste SAT J Parkes' magical story of love, death and redemption, SAT recorded on location in Hackney. Four inner-city children SAT discover the beauty of life when they become strangely SAT involved with a dying woman. SAT SAT Bernie ...... Candassaie Liburd SAT Nathan ...... Pascal Akuwudike Juliet ...... June Bailey SAT Pastor ...... Jude Akuwudike SAT Raff ...... Rhiannon Harper-Rafferty SAT Knolidge ...... Gabriel Akuwudike SAT SAT Directed by Jessica Dromgoole. SAT SAT 21:45 Pre-Hear b00n13mz (Listen) SAT Solo and chamber works by three American composers SAT spanning two generations. SAT SAT Evan Ziporyn: War Chant Boston Modern Orchestra Project SAT Gil Rose (conductor) SAT SAT David Lang: Wed Andrew Russo (piano) SAT SAT William Bolcom: Concerto grosso for saxophone quartet and SAT orchestra Prism Saxophone Quartet SAT Boston Modern Orchestra Project Gil Rose (conductor). SAT SAT 22:30 Hear and Now b00n13n7 (Listen) SAT London Sinfonietta - Adams, Cage, Dresher, Lang SAT Robert Worby presents an all-American concert, given at SAT the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. The works range from SAT the driving rhythms of Adams and Lang, to the experimental SAT sounds of Cage. SAT SAT Clio Gould (violin) Sound Intermedia (sound design) SAT London Sinfonietta John Adams (conductor) SAT SAT John Cage: Credo in US 13:38 SAT Paul Dresher: Concerto for violin and electroacoustic band SAT 19:23 SAT David Lang: Cheating Lying Stealing 11:07 SAT John Adams: Son of Chamber Symphony 23:48 SAT SUN SUNDAY 4 OCTOBER 2009 SUN SUN 00:00 The Early Music Show b00gnst4 (Listen) SUN Organist Simon Lole explores the Mulliner Book, one of the SUN most important collections of Tudor keyboard music. It was SUN compiled in the 1560s by Thomas Mulliner, an organist at SUN Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and it now resides in the SUN British Library. SUN SUN Assumed by some to have been used for training choirboys, SUN the book contains 121 keyboard works, of which over half SUN are based on liturgical chants. The collection contains SUN works by Thomas Tallis, John Redford, William Blitheman, SUN John Taverner and Christopher Tye as well as several SUN anonymous works. SUN SUN Anon: Galliard (Mulliner Book) Joseph Payne (organ) SUN Naxos 8.850718 Track: 1 SUN SUN Newman: Pavan (Mulliner Book) Paul Wolfe (harpsichord) SUN Lyrichord LEMS8033 CD 1 Track: 1 SUN SUN Thomas Tallis: Remember Not, O Lord (Mulliner Book) SUN Joseph Payne (organ) Naxos 8.550719 Track: 1 SUN SUN William Munday: Tres Partes in Una (Mulliner Book) SUN Paul Wolfe (harpsichord) Lyrichord LEMS8033 SUN CD 1 Track: 3 SUN SUN Anon: Felix Namque (plainchant) Anonymous 4 SUN Harmonia Mundi HMU 907080 Track: 14 SUN SUN Anon: Gloria Tibi Trinitas (plainchant) SUN The Sixteen/Harry Christophers Helios CDH 55052 SUN Track: 1 SUN SUN John Taverner: Missa Gloria Tibi Trinitas: Sanctus and SUN Benedictus The Tallis Scholars/Peter Phillips SUN Gimell CDGIM 004 Track: 5 SUN SUN Thomas Tallis: In Nomine II Charivari Agreable SUN Signum SIGCD 042 CD 1 Track: 2 SUN SUN William Blitheman: Gloria Tibi Trinitas iii (Mulliner Book) SUN Paul Wolfe (harpsichord) Lyrichord LEMS8033 SUN CD 1 Track: 7 SUN SUN William Blitheman: Gloria Tibi Trinitas iv (Mulliner Book) SUN Paul Wolfe (harpsichord) Lyrichord LEMS8033 SUN CD 1 Track: 8 SUN SUN John Redford: O Lux with a meane (Mulliner Book) SUN Joseph Payne (organ) Naxos 8.850718 Track: 4 SUN SUN John Redford: Salvator with a meane (Mulliner Book) SUN Joseph Payne (organ) Naxos 8.550719 Track 7 SUN Dur: 0.47 SUN SUN John Redford: Lucem tuam (Mulliner Book) SUN Joseph Payne (organ) Naxos 8.550718 Track: 7 SUN SUN Thomas Tallis: Like as the doleful dove (song) SUN Stephen Taylor (counter tenor) Lynda Sayce (lute) SUN Signum SIGCD 042 CD 1 Track: 21 SUN SUN Thomas Tallis: Like as the doleful dove (Mulliner Book) SUN Laurence Cummings (harpsichord) Signum SIGCD 042 SUN CD 1 Track: 9 SUN SUN Thomas Tallis: O ye tender babes (song) SUN Stephen Taylor (counter tenor) Lynda Sayce (lute) SUN Signum SIGCD 042 CD 1 Track: 22 SUN SUN Thomas Tallis: O ye tender babes (Mulliner Book) SUN Laurence Cummings (harpsichord) Signum SIGCD 042 SUN CD 1 Track: 10 SUN SUN Thomas Tallis: Per haec nos (Mulliner Book) SUN Rachelle Taylor (organ) ATMA Classique ACD2 2349 SUN Track: 1 SUN SUN Anon: La Shymyze (Mulliner Book) The Folger Consort SUN BARD BDCD 9510 Track: 1 SUN SUN Anon: La Doune Celle (Mulliner Book) The Folger Consort SUN BARD BDCD 9510 Track: 2 SUN SUN Anon: La Bounette (Mulliner Book) The Folger Consort SUN BARD BDCD 9510 Track: 3 SUN SUN Anon: Galliard (Mulliner Book) Skip Sempe (harpsichord) SUN ASTREE NAIVE E8841 Track: 10 SUN SUN The programme also features under speech: SUN SUN Thomas Tallis: A Point (Mulliner Book) SUN Laurence Cummings (harpsichord) Signum SIGCD042 SUN CD 1 Track: 13. SUN SUN 01:00 Through the Night b00n1mzm (Listen) SUN 1.00am SUN Anon (17th century): Four pieces for solo lute SUN 1.11am SUN Jarzebski, Adam (1590-1649): Concerti a 3 SUN 1.22am SUN Zielenski, Mikolaj (1550-1617): Video caelos apertos SUN (Communiones totius anni, Venice 1611) SUN 1.25am SUN Dobel, Heinrich (1651-1693): Sonate en la majeur pour SUN violon et continuo SUN 1.38am SUN Merula, Tarquinio (1594/5-1665): Cantate Jubilate for SUN soprano, violin and continuo SUN 1.43am SUN Anon (17th century): Four works from the Jagiellonian SUN Library, Krakow: Pagamoszka; Ach, meczech; Dance; MB took SUN my heart away SUN 1.49am SUN Mielczewski, Marcin (1600-1651): Canzona for two violins SUN and continuo SUN 1.59am SUN Szarzynski, Stanislaw (fl.1692-1713): Veni Sancte Spiritus SUN 2.08am SUN Zebrowski, Marcin Jozef (1710-1780): Lauda Sion SUN Katarzyna Wiwer (soprano) Barbara Konrad (violin) SUN Hubert Hoffmann (lute) Claire Pottinger (viola da gamba) SUN Norbert Zeilberger (positive organ and harpsichord) SUN Ars Antiqua Austria SUN Gunar Letzbor (violin, slobstock, artistic director) SUN 2.12am SUN Noskowski, Zygmunt (1846-1909): Symphony No 3 in F SUN Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra in Katowice SUN Szymon Kawalla (conductor) SUN 2.53am SUN Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849): Nocturne in D flat, Op 27, SUN No 2 Theodor Leschetizky (piano) SUN 3.01am SUN Novak, Vitezslav (1870-1949): Trio in D minor for piano SUN and strings, Op 27 (quasi una ballata) Suk Trio: SUN Joseph Suk (violin) Josef Chuchro (cello) SUN Jan Panenka (piano) SUN 3.17am SUN Kodaly, Zoltan (1882-1967): Dances of Galanta SUN Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Edo de Waart (conductor) SUN 3.34am SUN Schubert, Franz (1797-1828): Symphony No 8 in B minor, SUN D759 (Unfinished) Norwegian Radio Orchestra SUN Markus Lehtinen (conductor) SUN 3.59am SUN Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Four Ballades for piano, Op SUN 10 Paul Lewis (piano) SUN 4.21am SUN Duparc, Henri (1848-1933): Extase SUN Catherine Robbin (mezzo-soprano) Stephen Ralls (piano) SUN 4.25am SUN Anon (12th century English): Worldes blis ne last no throwe SUN Sequentia: Barbara Thornton (voice) SUN Benjamin Bagby (harp) SUN 4.36am SUN Shostakovich, Dmitry (1906-1975): Second Waltz (Jazz Suite SUN No 2) Eolina Quartet SUN 4.41am SUN Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Brandenburg Concerto SUN No 2 in F, BWV 1047 Mark Bennett (trumpet) SUN Terje Tonnesen, Cecilia Waahlberg, Bjarte Eike (violins) SUN Frode Thorsen (recorder) SUN Anna-Maija Luolajan-Mikkola (oboe) SUN Andreas Torgersen (violin) SUN Markku Luolajan-Mikkola (cello) Dan Styffe (bass) SUN Hans Knut Sveen (harpsichord) SUN 4.53am SUN Bottesini, Giovanni (1821-1889): Tarantella SUN Gary Karr (double bass) Harmon Lewis (piano) SUN 5.01am SUN Schumann, Robert (1810-1856): Fairy Tales for clarinet, SUN viola and piano, Op 132 Robert Schumann Ensemble SUN 5.16am SUN Kyurkchiyski, Krassimir (b.1936): Prayer (Two works after SUN paintings of Vladimir Dimitrov - the Master) SUN Simfonieta Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio SUN Kamen Goleminov (conductor) SUN 5.22am SUN Martinu, Bohuslav (1890-1959): Frescoes of Piero della SUN Francesca Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava SUN Robert Stankovsky (conductor) SUN 5.44am SUN Rameau, Jean-Philippe (1683-1764): L'entretien des Muses SUN (Pieces de clavecin, Paris 1724) SUN Bob van Asperen (harpsichord) SUN 5.51am SUN Suk, Josef (1874-1935): Raduz and Mahulena, Op 16 SUN Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Vaclav Smetacek (conductor) SUN 6.19am SUN Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Concerto in E flat SUN for two pianos and orchestra, K365 SUN Kalle Randalu, Kristjan Randalu (pianos) SUN Estonian National Symphony Orchestra SUN Andres Mustonen (conductor) SUN 6.43am SUN Bartok, Bela (1881-1945): Two Pictures for orchestra, Sz 46 SUN Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava SUN Bystrik Rezucha (conductor). SUN SUN 07:00 Breakfast b00n1mzp (Listen) SUN SUN 10:00 Sunday Morning b00n1mzr (Listen) SUN Iain Burnside - Outsiders SUN Iain Burnside considers musical mavericks, misfits and SUN outcasts. Music includes Brahms, Britten, Harry Partch and SUN Beethoven. The guest is pianist Andras Schiff. SUN SUN 12:00 Private Passions b00n1mzt (Listen) SUN Christopher Wynn Parry SUN Michael Berkeley's guest is consultant rheumatologist Dr SUN Christopher Wynn Parry, who specialises in upper limb SUN problems developed by performing musicians. A great music SUN lover, his choices range from the music he first SUN encountered and performed himself as a student at Oxford, SUN especially vocal music by Monteverdi, Machaut and Byrd, to SUN a keyboard Partita by Bach, a Mozart wind serenade, SUN Handel's Music for the Royal Fireworks and Stravinsky's SUN ballet Apollon musagete. SUN SUN 13:00 The Early Music Show b00n1mzw (Listen) SUN Les Arts Florissants SUN Catherine Bott presents a celebration of the 30th SUN anniversary of Les Arts Florissants, who under their SUN founder-director William Christie have been largely SUN responsible for the revival of 17th-century French SUN repertoire in France. Catherine talks to soprano Sophie SUN Daneman about her close associations with the ensemble and SUN plays a selection of their famous recordings. SUN SUN Etienne Moulinie: Il est temps que l'ennuy face place a la SUN Joye (Cantique de Moyse) SUN Agnes Mellon, Birgit Grenat (soprano) SUN Guillemette Laurens (mezzo-soprano) SUN Dominique Visse (countertenor) Josep Benet (tenor) SUN Michel Laplenie Phillipe Cantor SUN Gregory Reinhart (bass) Les Arts Florissants SUN William Christie (director) SUN HARMONIA MUNDI HMX 2901055 Tr 1 SUN SUN Rameau: Hippolyte et Aricie (Act 2, Sc 5) SUN Pluto ...... Nathan Berg Mercury ...... Yann Beuron SUN Trio of three fates: (to 'inspire fear and dread'!) SUN Christopher Josey (tenor) Matthieu Lecroart (baritone) SUN Bertand Bontoux (bass) Les Arts Florissants SUN William Christie (director) SUN ERATO 0630 15517 2 CD 2 Trs 9, 10 SUN SUN Lully: Sangaride and Doris (Atys - Act 1, Sc 4) SUN Agnes Mellon, Francois Semellaz (soprano) SUN Les Arts Florissants William Christie (director) SUN HARMONIA MUNDI HML 5901257.59 CD 1 Trs 14, 15 SUN SUN Lully: Sleep Scene (Atys - Act 3, Sc 4) SUN Sleep ...... Gilles Ragon SUN Morpheus ...... Jean-Paul Fouchecourt SUN Phobetor ...... Bernard Deletre SUN Phantasmus ...... Michel Laplenie Les Arts Florissants SUN William Christie (director) SUN HARMONIA MUNDI HML 5901257.59 CD 2 Tr 15 SUN SUN Philidor: C'est vous, mon pere; Le Jardin des Voix (Tom SUN Jones) Amel Brahim Djelloul Xavier Sabata SUN Andrew Tortoise Judith Van Wanroij Andre Morsch SUN Konstantin Wolff Claire Debono SUN VIRGIN CLASSICS 338 1542 Tr 13 SUN SUN Mondonville: Gloria Patri (Dominus regnavit - grand motet) SUN Les Arts Florissants William Christie (director) SUN ERATO 0630 17791 2 Tr 6 SUN SUN Handel: Recit: Ye verdant plains and woody mountains; SUN Aria: Hush, ye pretty warbling quire! (Acis et Galatea) SUN Sophie Daneman (soprano) Les Arts Florissants SUN William Christie (director) SUN ERATO 3984 25505 2 CD 1, Trs 3 and 4. SUN SUN 14:00 Radio 3 Requests b00n1mzy (Listen) SUN Fiona Talkington introduces a selection of Radio 3 SUN listeners' requests, including Maria Callas in the 'Mad SUN Scene' from Donizetti's opera, Lucia di Lammermoor, Gerald SUN Finzi's Clarinet Concerto and excerpts from Dvorak's SUN Stabat Mater. SUN SUN The guest is trombonist and composer Christian Lindberg, SUN who chooses music by Tchaikovsky. SUN SUN Donizetti Lucia di Lammermoor SUN Act III Scene 1: Scena della pazzia (Mad Scene) SUN Il dolce suono mi colpi di sua voce; Spargi d’amaro pianto SUN Lucia - Maria Callas (soprano), Enrico - Piero Cappuccilli SUN (baritone), SUN Raimondo - Bernard Ladysz (bass), Normanno - Renzo SUN Casellato (tenor), Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra, SUN Tullio Serafin (conductor) SUN EMI 747440 8 CD 2 Tracks 16 and 17 SUN SUN Finzi Concerto for Clarinet and Strings SUN Emma Johnson (clarinet) SUN Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Groves SUN (conductor) CD DCA 787 Tracks 1-3 SUN SUN Stoker Music That Brings Sweet Sleep SUN 1. There is Sweet Music (Tennyson) SUN 2. Music (George du Maurier) SUN 3. To Music To Becalm His Fever (Herrick) SUN 4. Orpheus With His Lute (Shakespeare) SUN Margaret Feaviour (soprano), Richard Stoker (piano) SUN ASC CS CD10 Tracks 9-12 SUN SUN Tchaikovsky Romeo and Juliet fantasy overture SUN Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Kurt Mazur (conductor) SUN 9031-76456-2 Track 1 SUN SUN Michael Haydn Concerto in D for alto trombone SUN 3. Presto SUN Christian Lindberg (alto trombone, SUN Australian Chamber Orchestra, Richard Tognetti(conductor) SUN BISCD1268, Track 3 SUN SUN Dvorák Stabat Mater Op. 58 SUN 1. Stabat Mater Dolorosa SUN 10. Quando Corpus Morietur SUN Marina Shaguch (soprano), Ingeborg Danz (alto), James SUN Taylor (tenor),Thomas Quasthoff (bass) SUN Oregon Bach Festival Choir, Oregon Bach Festival SUN Orchestra, Helmuth Rilling (conductor) SUN Hanssler CD 98.935 CD 1 Track 1 and CD 2 track 6 SUN SUN Herbert Babes in Toyland SUN 1. The March of the Toys SUN New London Orchestra, Ronald Corp (conductor) SUN Hyperion CDA67067 Track 15 SUN SUN 16:00 Choral Evensong b00mw9sk (Listen) SUN Choral Vespers - for the Feast of St Francis, from San SUN Rufino Cathedral, Assisi. Sung by the Royal School of SUN Church Music Millennium Youth Choir. SUN SUN Introit: Laudans exultet gaudio (Giovanni Croce) SUN Response: Deus in adjutorium (Giovanni Croce) SUN Office Hymn: With all the poor on earth (Mode viii) SUN Psalm: 104 (Plainsong) First Lesson: Galatians 6 vv14-18 SUN Motet: O bone Jesu (Baldassare Donato) SUN Second Lesson: Luke 12 vv22-34 SUN Homily: Bishop Domenico Sorrentino of Assisi SUN Magnificat (Giovanni Rigatti) SUN Motets: Adoramus te (Claudio Merulo); Lauda alla Vergine SUN Maria (Verdi) SUN Final Hymn: All creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns SUN erfreuen) Organ Voluntary: Toccata Sesta (Frescobaldi) SUN SUN Organist: Daniel Moultt Director of Music: David Ogden. SUN SUN 17:00 Discovering Music b00n1n02 (Listen) SUN Arnold: Symphony No 5 SUN Charles Hazlewood delves into the world of Malcolm SUN Arnold's Fifth Symphony. He discovers that in spite of SUN Arnold's posthumous reputation as a composer of light and SUN superficial music, this a surprisingly dark and complex SUN piece - a work full of irony, conflict and above all, SUN anguish. Charles also looks back at Arnold's views on SUN social music making, presenting archive interviews with SUN the composer. SUN SUN 18:30 The Choir b00n1n04 (Listen) SUN Matthew Whittall/Haydn Grosse Orgelmesse SUN Finland is famed for its distinctive choral sound, yet one SUN of its brightest composing stars is a Canadian who moved SUN there only in 2001. Aled Jones talks to Matthew Whittall SUN about this unique choral culture swap. SUN SUN Plus more from Eisenstadt, Joseph Haydn's professional SUN home, and the second in a series of complete mass SUN performances, his Missa in Honorem BVM (Grosse SUN Orgelsolomesse). SUN SUN Tracklist: Jarmo Parviainen Ilta (Evening) SUN Hämäläis-Osakunnan Laulajat, conducted by Esko Klalio SUN ALBA NCD39, track 1 SUN SUN Cristobal de Morales Regina Caeli Nordic Voices SUN CHANDOS CHSA5050, tracks 3-4 SUN SUN Matthew Whittall Sakura (from ‘Shiki’) SUN Hämäläis-Osakunnan Laulajat, conducted by Esko Kallio SUN ALBA NCD39, track 10 SUN SUN Matthew Whittall SUN Prelude – summer; Amanogawa (from ‘Shiki’) SUN Hämäläis-Osakunnan Laulajat, conducted by Esko Kallio SUN ALBA NCD39, tracks 11-12 SUN SUN Kyrillus Kreek Happy is the Man SUN Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, conducted by Paul SUN Hillier HARMONIA MUNDI HMU907311, track 3 SUN SUN Matthew Whittall Listen to the Rain SUN Hämäläis-Osakunnan Laulajat, conducted by Esko Kallio SUN ALBA NCD39, track 2 SUN SUN Hubert Parry Jerusalem SUN Waynflete Singers, and the Choir of Winchester Cathedral, SUN conducted by David Hill ARGO 430 836-2, track 12 SUN SUN Joseph Haydn Missa in Honorem BVM (Grosse Orgelmesse) SUN Soloists: Dorothea Röschmann, Bernard Fink, Helmut SUN Wildhaber and Klaus Mertens, with the Hugo Distler Choir SUN and Vienna Academy conducted by Martin Haselböck. The SUN organ soloist is Elisabeth Ullmann. SUN NOVALIS 150095-2, track 1-6 SUN SUN 20:00 Drama on 3 b00n1n06 (Listen) SUN Becket or The Honour of God SUN Written by Jean Anouilh and translated by Lucienne Hill. SUN SUN It is 1173 and Henry II, the Norman King of England pays SUN penance for the murder of the Archbishop Thomas Becket, SUN once Chancellor and his friend. Plantagenet power has SUN triumphed over the independence of the clergy, but at what SUN personal cost? SUN SUN Henry II ...... Toby Stephens SUN Becket ...... David Morrissey SUN Queen Mother ...... Sara Kestelman SUN Archbishop ...... Adrian Lukis SUN London ...... Jonathan Keeble SUN Oxford ...... Terence Wilton York/Pope ...... Mark Perry SUN Saxon Man/Cardinal ...... Jonathan Oliver SUN Little Monk ...... Steven Kynman SUN Young Queen ...... Teresa Gallagher SUN Gwendolen ...... Rachel Isaac SUN SUN Director: Roy McMillan SUN Technical direction: Norman Goodman SUN Music: Arthur Ka Wai Jenkins Producer: Nicolas Soames. SUN SUN 22:00 Sunday Feature b00n5rfr (Listen) SUN Ideas - The British Version (Series 2), The Separation of SUN Powers SUN Historian Tristram Hunt presents a series following the SUN surprising journeys of ideas that first developed in SUN Britain and then spread around the world. SUN SUN As a new Supreme Court opens in the UK, Tristram Hunt SUN explores the idea behind it - the separation of powers. He SUN examines how the doctrine was developed by the French SUN Enlightenment thinker, Montesquieu, who observed the SUN British constitutional system in the 18th century - SUN comprising of a judiciary, an executive and a legislature SUN - and saw it as a way of keeping tyranny at bay. SUN SUN Tristram starts his journey in Paris where an absolute SUN monarchy during the 1720s led to a fierce underground SUN debate about liberty. Ideas flowed between Paris and SUN London and Montesquieu crossed the English Channel to SUN better understand the English constitutional system and SUN the English. One of the outcomes of this was his magnum SUN opus The Spirit of Laws, which articulates the importance SUN of the separation of powers to defend liberty. SUN SUN This idea was also central to the framing of the United SUN States Constitution, and Tristram sees how the doctrine is SUN embodied in the layout of Capitol Hill in Washington DC, SUN reflecting the relationships between the Supreme Court, SUN the Senate and the White House. SUN SUN Finally, Tristram returns to the new Supreme Court in SUN London to discuss whether it is, in fact, a 300-year-old SUN British idea returning home. SUN SUN 22:45 Words and Music b00n1n08 (Listen) SUN Feasting with Panthers SUN SUN A sequence of poetry, prose and music on the theme of gay SUN love, with readings by Douglas Hodge and Helen McCrory. SUN SUN Including poems and texts by WH Auden, Emily Dickinson, SUN Walt Whitman, Shakespeare, AE Housman and Sappho, plus SUN music by Szymanowski, Britten and Tchaikovsky. SUN SUN 'It was like feasting with panthers; the danger was half SUN the excitement. I used to feel as a snake- charmer must SUN feel when he lures the cobra to stir from the painted SUN cloth or reed basket that holds it and makes it spread its SUN hood at his bidding and sway to and fro in the air as a SUN plant sways restfully in a stream. They were to me the SUN brightest of gilded snakes; their poison was part of their SUN perfection.' Oscar Wilde-from De profundis SUN SUN It’s 40 years since the Stonewall riots marked the start SUN of the gay rights movement in the United States and around SUN the world. In the days before Gay Liberation poets and SUN composers had to be circumspect in the ways they portrayed SUN same-sex relationships. But this need to be covert and SUN ambiguous produced a very particular gay sensibility in SUN the works of poets such as Walt Whitman, A. E. Housman, SUN Auden, and composers such as Tchaikovsky, Szymanowski and SUN Benjamin Britten. “Feasting with Panthers” is a SUN celebration of “The love that dare not speak its name.” SUN SUN The erotically super-charged music of Wagner’s Venusberg SUN underlays Aleister Crowley’s over-the-top Hymn to Pan. SUN Occultist, hedonist, bisexual, drug experimenter, Crowley SUN gained notoriety during his lifetime, and was dubbed The SUN Wickedest Man in the World. The ancient Greek poetess SUN Sappho may or may not have been lesbian (though she SUN certainly came from Lesbos) – but many of her poems speak SUN of female-female infatuations, as here in Hymn to SUN Aphrodite which more than hints at a Secret Love. SUN SUN Another secret love was that between the reclusive Emily SUN Dickinson and the young Sue Gilbert, who later married SUN Emily’s brother Austin. Emily sent her over three hundred SUN letters, with demands for affection, but because Sue was SUN often aloof and disagreeable, Emily was continually hurt SUN by what was mostly a tempestuous friendship. SUN SUN Walt Whitman’s poetry was very controversial in its time SUN for its overt homosexuality. He was accused of that SUN horrible sin not to be mentioned among Christians. SUN SUN Critics have found homoerotic overtones in the works of SUN our 3rd American, Herman Melville: the male bonding in SUN Moby Dick and the depraved attraction/hatred of the SUN master-at-arms John Claggart for the handsome sailor Billy SUN Budd – a theme which held a particular interest for Auden SUN and Britten. SUN SUN Back to England for a pastoral interlude underlayed by SUN Butterworth’s “The Banks of Green Willow”: the spinsterish SUN A.E. Housman lusts after the lads at the fair, the SUN maverick Marlowe envisages Edward II’s seduction by his SUN minion Piers Gaveston and Katherine Fowler Philips, 17th SUN Century poet and apostle of female friendship addresses SUN her “excellent Lucasia.” SUN SUN Lefroy’s poem on male physical beauty is subtitled A SUN Palaestral Study. In the Classical world the palaestra SUN was a training school for wrestling and athletics – a SUN concept taken up in Stravinsky’s ballet Agon (a word with SUN multiple meanings including the all-male athletic contests SUN of ancient Greece). SUN SUN The final poem, by Lord Alfred Douglas, ends with the SUN phrase which came to haunt Oscar Wilde’s trial for gross SUN indecency: “The love that dare not speak its name”. And SUN the programme evaporates in a cloud of sensuousness as SUN Roxana encourages her husband King Roger to embrace the SUN world view offered by the Dionysiac Shepherd who preaches SUN a doctrine of desire in opposition to normative Christian SUN values. SUN SUN Clive Portbury Producer SUN SUN Running Order SUN SUN HM = Helen McCrory DH = Douglas Hodge SUN SUN 00:00 SUN Wagner: Venusberg music from the Paris revision of SUN Tannhäuser [extract] Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra SUN Sir Georg Solti (conductor) Decca 414 581-2 SUN Disc 1, Track 1 SUN 00:10 SUN Aleister Crowley: Hymn to Pan (DH) SUN 07:00 SUN Sappho (translated by Edwin Marion Cox): Hymn to Aphrodite SUN (HM) SUN 08:40 SUN Sammy Fain: Secret Love [from Calamity Jane] Doris Day SUN Columbia 44371 Track 12 SUN 10:32 SUN Emily Dickinson: Letter to Sue Gilbert (HM) SUN 12:27 SUN Tchaikovsky: Waltz of the Snowflakes from The Nutcracker SUN ballet Orchestre symphonique de Montréal SUN Choeurs d’enfants de l’école FACE SUN Charles Dutoit (conductor) Decca 440 477-2 SUN Disc 1, Track 10 SUN 19:00 SUN Walt Whitman: When I Heard at the Close of the Day, from SUN “Leaves of Grass” (DH) SUN 19:57 SUN Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 in E minor Op 64 [extract] SUN Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Valery Gergiev (conductor) SUN Philips 462 905-2 Track 2 SUN 25:33 SUN Britten: Claggart’s monologue “Oh beauty, oh handsomeness, SUN goodness!” from Billy Budd SUN John Tomlinson (bass), John Claggart SUN London Symphony Chorus London Symphony Orchestra SUN Richard Hickox (conductor) Chandos 9826 SUN Disc 2, Track 13 SUN 26:15 SUN Auden: Herman Melville [part 1] (DH) SUN 33:02 SUN Auden: Herman Melville [part 2] (DH) SUN 34:39 SUN Butterworth: The Banks of Green Willow SUN English Chamber Orchestra Jeffrey Tate (conductor) SUN EMI 7642002 Track 1 SUN 34:40 SUN A E Housman: “The lads in their hundreds” from A SUN Shropshire Lad (HM) SUN 38:35 SUN Marlowe: “Music and poetry is his delight” [Piers SUN Gaveston’s speech from Edward II] (DH) SUN 40:11 SUN Katherine Fowler Philips: To My Excellent Lucasia, On Our SUN Friendship (HM) SUN 41:22 SUN Mischa Spoliansky: When the special girlfriend SUN Ute Lemper (vocals) Matrix Ensemble SUN Robert Ziegler (conductor) Decca 452 849-2 Track 5 SUN 43:57 SUN Lefroy: “The curves of beauty are not softly wrought”: A SUN Palaestral Study (DH) SUN 44:53 SUN Stravinsky: Agon [opening extract] SUN Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin SUN Vladimir Ashkenazy (conductor) Decca 443 772-2 SUN Tracks 17-20 SUN 49:30 SUN Lord Alfred Douglas: Two Loves (HM) SUN 53:57 SUN Szymanowski: Roxana’s aria from King Roger SUN Elzbieta Szmytka (Roxana), soprano SUN City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Sir Simon Rattle SUN EMI 556823 2 Disc 2 1 Track 19 SUN SUN 23:45 Jazz Line-Up b00n1n0b (Listen) SUN John Etheridge SUN Claire Martin presents conversation and music from one of SUN the UK's most influential guitarists, John Etheridge. His SUN style is influenced by the ground-breaking sound of Soft SUN Machine and the energy of Stephane Grappelli. His latest SUN album Small Hotel takes tunes from his work with Grappelli SUN and with his Chorus of Chris Garrick (violin), Dave Kelbie SUN (rhythm guitar) and Andy Crowdy (double bass). SUN SUN With the Band Soft Machine, John is equally at home on SUN acoustic and electric guitar and has played with John SUN Williams, Yehudi Menuhin, Dizzie Gillespie, Herb Ellis, SUN Mundell Lowe, Nigel Kennedy, Pat Metheny, Birelli Lagrene, SUN Barney Kessel, Vic Juris among others. John's ability as SUN an outstanding composer is sometimes overlooked but he is SUN often under pressure from audiences to feature more of his SUN own material. SUN SUN Title: Rainbows and Fantasies SUN Artist: Abram Wilson (trumpet), Peter Edwards (piano), SUN Karl Rasheed (bass)/Graham Godfrey, Drums SUN Album: Life Paintings Label: Dune DUNCD 017P Track: 2 SUN Comp: Abram Wilson Publ: Dune Music Publishing SUN Dur: 6m30s SUN SUN Title: Seven Days of Falling SUN Artist: Esbjorn Svensson (piano), Dan Berglund (bass), SUN Magnus Ostrom (drums) SUN Album: Retrospective - The Very Best of EST SUN Label: ACT 9021 - 2 Track: 7 Comp: EST SUN Publ: BIEM/GEMA Dur: 5m54s SUN SUN Title: I Get A Kick Out of You Artist: Chris Connor SUN Album: Atlantic 1228 Label: Atlantic AMCY 1050 SUN Track: 1 Comp: Cole Porter Arr. John Lewis SUN Publ: ASCAP Dur: 1m49s SUN SUN JOHN ETHERIDGE INTERVIEW SUN SUN Title: Swing 39 SUN Artist: John Etheridge (guitar), Chris Garrick (violin), SUN Dave Kelbie (rhythm guitar), Andy Crowdy (double bass) SUN Album: Small Hotel Label: DYAD Records DY 027 SUN Track: 6 Comp: Reinhardt Publ: MCPS/PRS Dur: 4m43s SUN SUN Recorded in studio Title: M'Sandooza SUN Artist: John Etheridge (guitar) Comp: Abdullah Ibrahim SUN Publ: n/a Dur: 4m01s SUN SUN Title: Don't Worry 'Bout Me SUN Artist: John Etheridge (guitar), Chris Garrick (violin), SUN Dave Kelbie (rhythm guitar), Andy Crowdy (double bass) SUN Album: Small Hotel Label: DYAD Records DY 027 SUN Track: 14 Comp: Bloom/Koehler Publ: MCPS/PRS SUN Dur: 4m11s SUN SUN Title: Going To A Town SUN Artist: Geoff Gascoigne (bass), Graham Blevins (sax), SUN Sebastian De Krom (drums), Jim Mullen (guitar) SUN Album: Pop Bop 2009 Label: Jazzizit Records JITCD 0952 SUN Track: 1 Comp: Rufus Wainwright SUN Publ: Jazzizit Records Ltd Dur: 6m56s SUN SUN Title: Milestones Artist: Michael Janisch, SUN Album: Purpose Built Label: Whirlwind Recordings Ltd SUN Track: 5 Comp: Miles Davis, arr Janisch/Cornelius SUN Publ: PRS/MCPS Dur: 6m13s SUN SUN BASIL HODGE INTERVIEW SUN SUN Title: The Bigger Picture SUN Artist: Basil Hodge (piano), Tony Kofi (saxes), Fulvio SUN Sigurta (trumpet/flugelhorn), Larry Bartley (bass), SUN Winston Clifford (drums) Album: Sound Reasoning SUN Label: Zeal Records ZEAL CD2 Track: 6 SUN Comp: Basil Hodge Publ: mcps Dur: 2m17s SUN SUN Recording In Studio Title: Sound Reasoning SUN Artist: Basil Hodge Comp: Basil Hodge Publ: mcps SUN Dur: 1m50s SUN SUN Title: Wallflower SUN Artist: Gerry Mulligan (sax), Bill Charlap (piano), Dean SUN Johnson (bass), Richie de Rosa (drums) SUN Album: Lonesome Boulevard Label: Verve 06025 27068756 SUN Track: 8 Comp: Gerry Mulligan Publ: Verve SUN Dur: 5m29s SUN SUN Title: Lotus Blossom SUN Artist: Max Roach (drums), Tommy Turrentine (trumpet), SUN Julian Priester (trombone), Sanley Turrentine (sax), Bob SUN Boswell (bass) Album: Quiet As It's Kept SUN Label: Verve 06025 17995758 Track: 3 SUN Comp: Kenny Dorham Publ: Verve Dur: 5m30s. SUN MON MONDAY 5 OCTOBER 2009 MON MON 01:00 Through the Night b00n1p7z (Listen) MON 1.00am MON Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904): Romance in F minor, Op 11 MON Mincho Minchev (violin) Violinia Stoyanova (piano) MON 1.13am MON Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904): Sonatina in G for violin and MON piano, Op 100 Vladimir Avramov (violin) MON Rujka Charakchieva (piano) MON 1.35am MON Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904): Slavonic dance in E minor, Op MON 46, No 2 Ivan Peev (violin) Violeta Popova (piano) MON 1.39am MON Zelenka, Jan Dismas (1679-1745): Capriccio in F minor, ZWV MON 184 (1718) Ekkehard Hering, Wolfgang Kube (oboes) MON Andrew Joy, Rainer Jurkiewicz (horns) MON Rhoda Patrick (bassoon) Akademie fur Alte Musik Berlin MON Bernhard Forck (director) MON 1.55am MON Michna z Otradovic, Adam (c.1600-1676): Dixit Dominus MON Gabriela Elbenova (soprano) Capella Regia Musicalis MON Robert Hugo (organ/director) MON 1.58am MON Michna z Otradovic: Laudate pueri Dominum MON Ales Prochazka (bass) Capella Regia Musicalis MON Robert Hugo (organ/director) MON 2.01am MON Michna z Otradovic: Magnificat for soprano, four-part MON choir and basso continuo (Officium Vespertinum, 1648) MON Gabriela Elbenova (soprano) Capella Regia Musicalis MON Robert Hugo (organ/director) MON 2.05am MON Neruda, Johann Baptist Georg (c.1707-1780): Concerto in E MON flat for horn or trumpet and strings MON Tine Thing Helseth (trumpet) Oslo Camerata MON Stephan Barratt-Due (conductor) MON 2.21am MON Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904): Slavonic Dance No 10 in E MON minor, Op 72 Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra MON Juanjo Mena (conductor) MON 2.28am MON Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904): Symphony No 3 in E flat, Op 10 MON Netherlands Radio Philharmonic MON Hiroyuki Iwaki (conductor) MON 3.01am MON Ranta, Sulho (1901-1960): Finnish Folk Dances - suite for MON orchestra, Op 51 Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra MON Jukka-Pekka Saraste (conductor) MON 3.10am MON Bruch, Max (1838-1920): Scottish fantasy for violin and MON orchestra, Op 46 James Ehnes (violin) MON Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal MON Mario Bernardi (conductor) MON 3.40am MON Vaughan Williams, Ralph (1872-1958): Three Shakespeare MON songs for chorus Camerata Chamber Choir MON Michael Bojesen (conductor) MON 3.47am MON Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827): Duet in E flat for MON viola and cello, WoO 32 Milan Telecky (viola) MON Juraj Alexander (cello) MON 3.56am MON Sterkel, Johann Franz Xaver (1750-1817): Duet No 2 for two MON violas Milan Telecky, Zuzana Jarabakova (violas) MON 4.06am MON Schenck, Johann (1660-c.1712): Sonata in D for viola da MON gamba and continuo, Op 9, No 1 Berliner Konzert MON 4.20am MON Kozeluch, Leopold (1747-1818): Pastorale in G MON Pieter van Dijk (organ) MON 4.25am MON Huygens, Constantijn (1596-1687): Pathodia sacra et MON profana (1647) - excerpt Anne Grimm (soprano) MON Peter Kooij (bass) Leo van Doeselaar (organ) MON Mike Fentross (theorbo) MON Mieneke van der Velden (viola da gamba) MON 4.34am MON ?Lolli, Giuseppe Francesco (1701-1778): Sonata in B (Ms MON Konsistorial-Archiv Salzburg) Salzburger Hofmusik MON Wolfgang Brunner (director) MON 4.37am MON Respighi, Ottorino (1879-1936): Trittico Botticelliano MON Norwegian Radio Orchestra Peter Santa (conductor) MON 5.01am MON Borodin, Alexander (1833-1887): In the steppes of central MON Asia Edmonton Symphony Orchestra MON Uri Mayer (conductor) MON 5.08am MON Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Piano Sonata in A, MON K331 (Rondo alla Turca) Young-Lan Han (piano) MON 5.29am MON Holst, Gustav (1874-1934): Beni Mora - oriental suite, Op MON 29, No 1 BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra MON Rumon Gamba (conductor) MON 5.45am MON Rore, Cipriano de (c.1515-1565): Da le belle contrade MON d'oriente; Da l'estrem'orizonte; Se com'il biondo crin de MON la mia Filli; Amor, che t'ho fatt'io MON The Consort of Musicke MON 5.57am MON Meijering, Chiel (b.1954): La vengeance d'une femme MON Janine Jansen (violin) MON 6.04am MON Maldere, Pieter van (1729-1768): Sinfonia a 4 in F MON The Academy of Ancient Music MON 6.17am MON Diepenbrock, Alphons (1862-1921): Ecoutez la chanson bien MON douce; Clair de Lune Roberta Alexander (soprano) MON Rudolf Jansen (piano) MON 6.25am MON Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Schicksalslied, Op 54 MON Oslo Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra MON Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos (conductor) MON 6.41am MON Bella, Jan Levoslav (1843-1936): Fate and the Ideal - MON symphonic poem MON Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Bratislava MON Oliver Dohnanyi (conductor). MON MON 07:00 Breakfast b00n1p81 (Listen) MON MON 10:00 Classical Collection b00n1p83 (Listen) MON 10.00am MON Morley, arr McGowan: Lavolto MON Alfonso Ferrabosco II: Sharp Pavan MON Sermisy: Tant que vivray (instrumental) MON Morley, arr McGowan: Millison's Jig Unnamed ensembles MON GLOBE EDITIONS GE 003 MON 10.09am MON Schubert: Incidental music for Rosamunde, D797 (selection) MON Leopold Stokowski's Symphony Orchestra MON Leopold Stokowski (conductor) CALA CACD0550 MON 10.37am MON Faure: Violin Sonata in A, Op 13 Lola Bobesco (violin) MON Jacques Genty (piano) TESTAMENT SBT1360 MON 11.01am MON Gay, orch Pepusch: The Beggar's Opera, Act 3 (excerpt) MON Polly ...... Elsie Morison (soprano)/Zena Walker (actor) MON Lucy ...... Monica Sinclair (contralto)/Rachel Roberts MON (actor) MON Macheath ...... John Cameron (baritone)/John Neville MON (actor) Gaoler ...... Laurence Hardy (actor) MON Pro Arte Choir and Orchestra Malcolm Sargent (conductor) MON CLASSICS FOR PLEASURE 5 75972 2 (2 CDs) MON 11.08am MON Beethoven: Symphony No 5, Op 67 Debroy Somers Band MON Debroy Somers (conductor) MON COLUMBIA DX 1028 (78 rpm) British Library Archival Sound MON Recording - MON http://sounds.bl.uk/View.aspx?item=026M-1CL0047927XX-0100V0. MON xml MON 11.22am MON Martinu: Symphony No 4 MON The Building a Library recommendation from CD Review. MON MON 12:00 Composer of the Week b00n1p85 (Listen) MON Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782), Episode 1 MON Donald Macleod explores the life and music of JC Bach, the MON youngest son of Johann Sebastian. MON MON He discusses Johann Christian's rejection of a traditional MON Bach career as a provincial organist in favour of MON travelling to Italy to concentrate on opera. MON MON Sonata in G, B24 Erika Petofi (violin) MON Csilla Valyi (cello) Miklos Spanyi (tangent piano) MON MON Laudate pueri Dominum (St Joseph Vespers) MON Emma Kirkby (soprano) Markus Schafer (tenor) MON L'Orfeo Barockorchester Michi Gaigg (director) MON MON Konzertsatz fur Orgel und Streicher No 1 MON Johannes Geffert (organ) JC Bach-Akademie MON Ingeborg Scheerer (director) MON MON Overture (Artaserse) The Academy of Ancient Music MON Christopher Hogwood (director). MON MON 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00n1p87 (Listen) MON Tabea Zimmermann, Silke Avenhaus MON From Wigmore Hall, London. Presented by Verity Sharp. MON MON Tabea Zimmermann (viola) Silke Avenhaus (piano) MON MON Schumann: Adagio and Allegro in A flat, Op 70 MON Reger: Suite No 3 in E minor for solo viola MON Mendelssohn: Violin Sonata in C minor. MON MON 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00n1p89 (Listen) MON Baltic Sea Festival 2009, Episode 1 MON Jonathan Swain presents music from the 2009 Baltic Sea MON Festival in Sweden and the work of its founders, MON conductors Valery Gergiev and Esa-Pekka Salonen. The MON themes of the festival are peace and reconciliation, and MON performances include work specially composed for the MON occasion, as well as two blockbusters. MON MON Penderecki: Prelude for Peace World Orchestra for Peace MON Valery Gergiev (conductor) MON MON Verdi: Messa da Requiem Anja Kampe (soprano) MON Michelle DeYoung (mezzo-soprano) Alexey Dolgov (tenor) MON Mikhail Petrenko (bass) Swedish Radio Chorus MON Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra MON Daniel Harding (conductor) MON MON 3.50pm MON Mahler: Symphony No 5 in C sharp minor MON World Orchestra for Peace Valery Gergiev (conductor). MON MON 17:00 In Tune b00n1p8c (Listen) MON MON 19:00 Performance on 3 b00n1p8f (Listen) MON BBC SO/Jiri Belohlavek - Martinu Symphony No 1 MON MON The opening concert of the BBC Symphony Orchestra's MON 2009-10 season, with chief conductor Jiri Belohlavek, is MON the first concert in a series devoted to Martinu's six MON symphonies, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the MON composer's death. Martinu's First Symphony, a work MON conceived in exile from Nazi-dominated Europe, is preceded MON by Mozart's Symphony No 29 in A and bass-baritone Gerald MON Finley singing Mahler's Songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn, MON plus Mussorgsky's Songs and Dances of Death. MON MON Gerald Finley (bass-baritone) BBC Symphony Orchestra MON Jiri Belohlavek (conductor) MON MON Mozart: Symphony No 29 in A, K201 MON Mahler: Songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn MON Mussorgsky: Songs and Dances of Death MON Martinu: Symphony No 1 MON MON Followed by part of a series of lesser-known works by MON Mendelssohn, one of Radio 3's Composers of the Year in MON 2009. MON MON Mendelssohn: String Quintet No 2 in B, Op 87 MON Christian Tetzlaff, Isabelle Faust (violins) MON Hartmut Rohde, Stefan Fehlandt (violas) MON Gustav Rivinius (cello). MON MON 21:15 Night Waves b00n1p8h (Listen) MON Vampires MON Matthew Sweet talks to film critic and author Kevin MON Jackson, who has constructed an almanac of vampires - of MON various kinds, their predilections for blood and their MON sleeping habits. Why has the human imagination has seen MON fit to think so much about Dracula and his ilk? MON MON 22:00 Composer of the Week b00n1p85 (Listen) MON [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] MON MON 23:00 The Essay b00n1p8k (Listen) MON Enlightenment Voices, Robert Hooke, Hooke's Diary MON Series exploring the work of scientific pioneer Robert MON Hooke. MON MON While he was well-known for Hooke's Law - the theory of MON elasticity - this great scientist was less acknowledged MON for his greater contribution to the development of science MON during the Enlightenment. He developed the microscope, MON spring pocket watch, a marine barometer, the universal MON joint - still used in cars today, was an architect, MON astronomer and had done much of the work on gravitational MON theory before Isaac Newton. MON MON Professor Lisa Jardine examines Hooke's diary and the MON insight it gives us into the world of the Enlightenment MON scientists. MON MON 23:15 Jazz on 3 b00n1p8m (Listen) MON Robert Mitchell Trio MON Jez Nelson presents a gig by pianist Robert Mitchell MON performed at the 2009 Cheltenham Jazz Festival. Featuring MON Mitchell's original compositions together with some well MON chosen covers - including a striking acoustic version of MON Massive Attack's Teardrop. The trio's sound is MON distinguished by drummer Richard Spaven's hip hop-derived MON break beats, subtly incorporated into a traditional MON acoustic piano trio completed by Tom Mason on bass. MON MON An inventive pianist and composer, Mitchell's solid MON technique and openess to all music has created many MON opportunities, helping him to become one of the first MON artists accepted on the Jerwood Rising Stars scheme. His MON latest album recorded with the trio won Best Jazz Album at MON Gilles Peterson's Worldwide Awards 2009. MON MON Excerpts from Chereke Son by Havana Cultura and Third MON Stream by Robert Mitchell Trio (details below) MON MON Artist: Jerry Gonzalez Track title: Evidence MON Composer: Thelonious Monk Album title: Ya Yo Me Cure MON Label: Sunny Side Released: 1979 MON MON Artist: The Havana Cultura Band featuring Mayra Caridad MON Valdes Track title: Chekere Son Composer: traditional MON Album title: Gilles Peterson presents Havana Cultura MON Label: Brownswood Recordings Released: 26 Oct 2009 MON MON Artist: The Havana Cultura Band featuring Roberto Fonseca MON Track title: La Revolucion Del Cuerpo Composer: Ogguere MON Album title: Gilles Peterson presents Havana Cultura MON Label: Brownswood Recordings Released: 26 Oct 2009 MON MON Robert Mitchell Trio recorded at the Pillar Room during MON the Cheltenham Jazz Festival on 3 May 2009 MON MON Line up: Robert Mitchell (piano) Tom Mason (bass) MON Richard Spaven (drums) MON MON Set list: Accumulus (Robert Mitchell) MON Third Stream (4Hero) Dance Cadaverous (Wayne Shorter) MON Tear Drop (Massive Attack) Greater Good (Richard Spaven) MON Everything In Its Right Place (Radiohead) MON MON Forthcoming gigs in 2009: MON MON Robert Mitchell 6 Nov @ Quay Arts Centre, Isle of Wight MON 12 Nov @ Brighton Dome Pavilion MON 16 Nov @ London Jazz Festival, QEH (support for Branford MON Marsalis) 28 Nov @ Liverpool Philharmonic MON 3 Dec @ Charlie Wrights, London 4 Dec @ DEDA, Derby MON MON The Profound Sound Trio MON 20 Nov @ Belfast Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queens MON University 22 Nov @ Leeds Seven Arts Centre MON 23 Nov @ Vortex Jazz Club, London MON 24 Nov @ Manchester Band on the Wall MON 26 Nov @ Gateshead Old Town Hall MON 27 Nov @ Derby, Theatre Studio Derby MON 28 Nov @ Birmingham Jazz CBSO Centre MON MON Excerpt from an interview with Keith Jarrett and Ethan MON Iverson about his London Concert recorded in May 2009 MON MON Artist: Keith Jarrett Track title: CD3 Part VI MON Composer: Keith Jarrett Album title: Testament MON Label: ECM Released: 5 October 2009. MON TUE TUESDAY 6 OCTOBER 2009 TUE TUE 01:00 Through the Night b00n1q2b (Listen) TUE 1.00am TUE Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827): String Quartet in D, Op TUE 18, No 3 TUE 1.27am TUE Beethoven: String Quartet in E flat, Op 74, No 10 (Harp) TUE Florian Kellerhals (violin) Harald Grimsrud (violin) TUE Elisabeth Sijpkens (viola) Hjalmar Kvam (cello) TUE 1.57am TUE Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Concerto in C for TUE harp, flute and orchestra, K299 TUE Suzana Klincharova (harp) George Spasov (flute) TUE Sofia Soloists Chamber Ensemble TUE Plamen Djurov (conductor) TUE 2.26am TUE Bernstein, Leonard (1918-1990): Chichester psalms arranged TUE for treble, chorus, organ, harp and percussion TUE Yves Castagnet (organ) TUE (harp and percussion unidentified) Radio France Chorus TUE Vladislav Chernuchenko (conductor) TUE 2.46am TUE Vaughan Williams, Ralph (1872-1958): Variations for Brass TUE Band The Hannaford Street Silver Band TUE Bramwell Tovey (conductor) TUE 3.01am TUE Sibelius, Jean (1865-1957): Lemminkainen Suite: Four TUE Legends from the Kalevala for orchestra, Op 22 TUE Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra TUE Jukka-Pekka Saraste (conductor) TUE 3.47am TUE Magi, Ester (b.1922): House of Wind (1981) TUE Academic Male Choir of Tallinn Technical University TUE Estonian State Symphony Orchestra TUE Arvo Volmer and Juri Rent (conductors) TUE 3.55am TUE Trad (19th century), arr Narciso Yepes: Romanza for guitar TUE Stepan Rak (guitar) TUE 4.02am TUE Papandopulo, Boris (1906-1991): Dodolice - a traditional TUE folk ceremony for soprano, piano and girls' choir, Op 27 TUE Miljenka Grdan (soprano) Vladimir Krpan (piano) TUE Slovenian Chamber choir (girls only) TUE Vladimir Kranjcevic (conductor) TUE 4.23am TUE Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Concerto No 1 in D TUE minor for keyboard and string orchestra, BWV 1052 TUE Kare Nordstoga (harpsichord) TUE Akademie fur Alte Musik Berlin TUE 4.44am TUE Auber, Daniel-Francois-Esprit (1782-1871): Guoracha - TUE Ballet music No 1 (La muette de Portici) TUE Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Viktor Malek (conductor) TUE 4.49am TUE Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849): Mazurkas, Op 59: No 1 in A TUE minor; No 3 in F sharp minor Kevin Kenner (piano) TUE 5.01am TUE Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897), orch Martin Schmeling: TUE Hungarian Dance Nos 1, 3 and 5 Sydney Symphony Orchestra TUE Stuart Challender (conductor) TUE 5.08am TUE Liszt, Franz (1811-1886): Concert Paraphrase on God Save TUE the Queen, S235 (composed 1841) Laszlo Baranyay (piano) TUE 5.16am TUE Locke, Matthew (c.1630-1677): Oh the brave jolly gypsy TUE Lucinda, wink or veil those eyes TUE 5.19am TUE Lawes, Henry (1596-1662): Now, now, Lucatia, now make TUE haste, L655; Gather ye rosebuds TUE 5.25am TUE Lanier, Nicholas (1588-1666): No more shall meads TUE Angharad Gruffydd Jones (soprano) Concordia TUE Mark Levy (conductor) TUE 5.29am TUE Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767): Quartet No 12/6 in E TUE minor for flute, violin, gamba and continuo (Paris Quartet) TUE L'Ensemble Arion TUE 5.49am TUE Elsner, Josef (1769-1854): Symphony in C, Op 11 TUE Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice TUE Janusz Przybylski (conductor) TUE 6.15am TUE Giustini, Lodovico (1685-1743): Suonata I in G minor TUE Wolfgang Brunner (fortepiano) TUE 6.25am TUE Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Duet: La ci darem la TUE mano, la mi dirai di si (Don Giovanni) TUE Canadian Opera Company Orchestra TUE Richard Bradshaw (conductor) TUE 6.29am TUE Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Aria - Ah, fuggi il TUE traditor; Champagne Aria: Finch'han dal vino; Aria: Il mio TUE tesoro intanto (Don Giovanni) TUE Isabel Bayrakdarian (soprano) Michael Schade (tenor) TUE Russell Braun (baritone) TUE Canadian Opera Company Orchestra TUE Canadian Opera Company Chorus TUE Richard Bradshaw (conductor) TUE 6.36am TUE Strauss, Richard (1864-1949): Concerto No 1 in E flat for TUE horn and orchestra, Op 11 Bostjan Lipovsek (French horn) TUE Slovenian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra TUE David de Villiers (conductor) TUE 6.53am TUE Franck, Cesar (1822-1890): Cantabile in B, M36 TUE David Drury (organ). TUE TUE 07:00 Breakfast b00n1q2d (Listen) TUE TUE 10:00 Classical Collection b00n1q2g (Listen) TUE 10.00am TUE Bach, arr Liszt: Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV 543 TUE Maria Yudina (piano) BRILLIANT CLASSICS 8909 (8 CDs) TUE 10.10am TUE JM Bach: Liebster Jesu, hor mein Flehen TUE Maria Zedelius (soprano) David Cordier (alto) TUE Paul Elliott, Hein Meens (tenors) TUE Michael Schopper (bass) Musica Antiqua Koln TUE Reinhard Goebel (director/violin) ARCHIV 419 254 2 TUE 10.17am TUE Mozart: Symphony No 39 in E flat, K539 TUE English Baroque Soloists John Eliot Gardiner (conductor) TUE SOLI DEO GLORIA SDG501 TUE 10.49am TUE Chopin: Nocturne in F, Op 15, No 1 TUE Richard Farrell (piano) ATOLL ACD 909 TUE 10.54am TUE Chopin: Nocturne in D flat, Op 27, No 2 TUE Shura Cherkassky (piano) TUE FIRST HAND RECORDS FHR04 (2 CDs) TUE 11.00am TUE Chopin: Nocturne in E flat, Op 55, No 2 TUE Alfred Cortot (piano) APR 5571 TUE 11.05am TUE Strauss, arr Dorati: Suite (Der Rosenkavalier) TUE Robin Hood Dell Orchestra Antal Dorati (conductor) TUE PRISTINE CLASSICAL PASC179 (download) TUE 11.31am TUE Debussy: Pelleas et Melisande (excerpt from Act 3) TUE Melisande ...... Denise Duval (soprano) TUE Pelleas ...... Hans Wilbrink (tenor) TUE Golaud ...... Michel Roux (bass) TUE Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Vittorio Gui (conductor) TUE GLYNDEBOURNE GFOCD 003-63 (3 CDs). TUE TUE 12:00 Composer of the Week b00n1qbr (Listen) TUE Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782), Episode 2 TUE Donald Macleod explores the life and work of JC Bach, the TUE youngest son of Johann Sebastian. TUE TUE He follows Johann Christian to London, where he became the TUE darling of the English, making friends in high places and TUE wowing the public with his operas. TUE TUE Overture (Orione) The Academy of Ancient Music TUE Christopher Hogwood (director) TUE TUE See the kind indulgent gales Maria Zadori (soprano) TUE Capella Savaria Pal Nemeth (conductor) TUE TUE Harpsichord Concerto, Op 1, No 6 TUE Anthony Halstead (harpsichord and direction) TUE The Hanover Band TUE TUE Endimione (excerpt from Act 1) TUE Diana ...... Vasilijka Jezovsek (soprano) TUE Nice ...... Ann Monoyios (soprano) TUE Amore ...... Jorg Waschinski (soprano) TUE VokalEnsemble Koln Capella Coloniensis des WDR TUE Bruno Weil (director). TUE TUE 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00n1qbt (Listen) TUE Schwetzingen Festival 2009, Trio Wanderer TUE Louise Fryer presents highlights from the 2009 EBU TUE Schwetzingen Festival in Germany. TUE TUE A performance given by the dynamic French ensemble Trio TUE Wanderer, which takes its name from a piece by Schubert, TUE and whose members have won numerous awards for their TUE musicianship and technical mastery. TUE TUE Trio Wanderer TUE TUE Haydn: Piano Trio in A, H XV 18 TUE Schubert: Piano Trio in E flat, D929. TUE TUE 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00n1qbw (Listen) TUE Russian Works TUE Jonathan Swain presents an colourful orchestral and TUE operatic repertoire with a Russian focus, conducted by TUE Valery Gergiev and Esa-Pekka Salonen. TUE TUE Debussy, orch Colin Matthews: Symphony in B minor TUE Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra TUE Valery Gergiev (conductor) TUE TUE Rimsky-Korsakov: Overture (The Maid of Pskov, Op 4) TUE Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra Valery Gergiev (conductor) TUE TUE 2.20pm TUE Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D, Op 35 TUE Sergei Krylov (violin) Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra TUE Valery Gergiev (conductor) TUE TUE Sibelius: Symphony No 1 in E minor, Op 39 TUE Vienna Philharmonic Valery Gergiev (conductor) TUE TUE 3.40pm TUE Rimsky-Korsakov: The Maid of Pskov, Op 4 (Act 3) TUE Soloists, Mariinsky Theatre and Chorus Orchestra TUE Valery Gergiev (conductor) TUE TUE 4.20pm TUE Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring NDR Symphony Orchestra TUE Esa-Pekka Salonen (conductor). TUE TUE 17:00 In Tune b00n1qby (Listen) TUE TUE 19:00 Performance on 3 b00n1qc0 (Listen) TUE BBC Philharmonic - Beethoven, Wagner TUE TUE In a concert given at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, TUE Giandrea Noseda conducts the BBC Philharmonic in music by TUE Beethoven and Wagner. After Beethoven's Overture to the TUE incidental music, the Ruins of Athens, the BBC TUE Philharmonic are joined by young virtuoso violinist TUE Leonidas Kavakos for a performance of Beethoven's Violin TUE Concerto. TUE TUE The second part of the concert is devoted to the TUE orchestral works of Wagner. Siegfried's Idyll, a lyrical TUE work for strings composed as a birthday present for TUE Wagner's wife, Cosima, is followed by the Prelude and TUE Liebestod from Tristan and Isolde. TUE TUE Leonidas Kavakos (violin) BBC Philharmonic TUE Gianandrea Noseda (conductor) TUE TUE Beethoven: Overture: The Ruins of Athens; Violin Concerto TUE Wagner: Siegfried Idyll; Prelude and Liebestod (Tristan TUE und Isolde) TUE TUE Plus a focus on the lesser-known works of Mendelssohn, one TUE of Radio 3's Composers of the Year in 2009 TUE TUE Mendelssohn: Variations concertantes, Op 17 TUE Julian Steckel (cello) Paul Rivinius (piano) TUE TUE Mendelssohn: Four Pieces, Op 81 Elias String Quartet. TUE TUE 21:15 Night Waves b00n1qc2 (Listen) TUE William Dalrymple/Madeleine Bunting TUE Celebrated travel writer William Dalrymple talks to Rana TUE Mitter about his new book Nine Lives: In Search of the TUE Sacred in Modern India, which follows his previous works TUE on India such as White Mughals and City Djinns. Dalrymple TUE discusses the nine stories he has woven into an Indian TUE Canterbury tales and the deep holiness that still pertains TUE in a country feted for its burgeoning modernity. TUE TUE Madeleine Bunting talks about the acre of land in North TUE Yorkshire that she inherited from her artist father, which TUE is the subject of her book, The Plot: A Biography of an TUE English Acre. It tells how she learnt of the history of TUE this little piece of land, and how it helped to understand TUE her father's passion for it and the wisdom of places in TUE general. TUE TUE 22:00 Composer of the Week b00n1qbr (Listen) TUE [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] TUE TUE 23:00 The Essay b00n1qc4 (Listen) TUE Enlightenment Voices, Robert Hooke, Hooke and the Royal TUE Society TUE Series exploring the work of the scientific pioneer Robert TUE Hooke. TUE TUE Dr Felicity Henderson, manager of the Royal Society's TUE 'History of Science Events' looks through the great TUE science academy's archives to shed light on the TUE ground-breaking exploits of Hooke, who was curator of TUE experiments, as well as the founder members. She explores TUE how Hooke was instrumental in the organisation's early TUE success. TUE TUE 23:15 Late Junction b00n1qc6 (Listen) TUE Verity Sharp's varied musical selection includes a TUE traditional song from the Faroe Islands, the haunting TUE sound of the Cretan lyra, and electro-acoustic music by TUE Ireland's Jurgen Simpson. Plus a chance to hear Zoltan TUE Kocsis playing Bartok and Iarla O Lionaird singing Gavin TUE Bryars' Anail De - The Breath of God. TUE WED WEDNESDAY 7 OCTOBER 2009 WED WED 01:00 Through the Night b00n1qj7 (Listen) WED 1.00am WED Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Concerto in D for violin and WED orchestra, Op 77 Sarah Chang (violin) WED Oslo Philharmonic Juraj Valucha (conductor) WED 1.40am WED Dvorak, Antonin (1841-1904): Symphony No 6 in D, Op 60 WED Oslo Philharmonic Juraj Valucha (conductor) WED 2.24am WED Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809): Trio in G for keyboard and WED strings, H XV 25 (Gypsy Rondo) Kungsbacka Trio WED 2.40am WED Nibelle, Henri (1883-1967): Carillon Orleannais WED Tong-Soon Kwak (organ) WED 2.46am WED Vaughan Williams, Ralph (1872-1958): Fantasia on a theme WED of Thomas Tallis The Royal Academy Soloists WED Clio Gould (director) WED 3.01am WED Berlioz, Hector (1803-1869): La mort de Cleopatre WED Annett Andriesen (alto) WED Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra WED David Robertson (conductor) WED 3.23am WED Handel, Georg Friedrich (1685-1759): Cleopatra's aria: WED Piangero la sorte mia (Giulio Cesare - Act 3 Sc 3) WED Emma Kirkby (soprano) Academy of Ancient Music WED Andrew Manze (director) WED 3.30am WED Saint-Saens, Camille (1835-1921): Concerto No 5 in F for WED piano and orchestra, Op 103 (Egyptian) WED Pascal Roge (piano) WED Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico Philharmonic WED Orchestra Ronald Zollman (conductor) WED 3.58am WED Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Oboe Quartet in F, WED K370 Peter Bree (oboe) Amsterdam String Trio WED 4.11am WED Andriessen, Louis (b.1939): Le voile du bonheur (The Veil WED of Happiness) - 1971 Vera Beths (vocals and violin) WED Reinbert de Leeuw (piano) WED 4.18am WED Faure, Gabriel (1845-1924): Suite: Pelleas et Melisande, WED Op 80 BBC Philharmonic WED Yan Pascal Tortelier (conductor) WED 4.35am WED Shostakovich, Dmitri (1906-1975): Seven Dances of the WED Dolls, Op 91c Bulgarian Academic Wind Quintet WED 4.46am WED Svendsen, Johan (1840-1911): Carnival in Paris - WED Overture/Episode for orchestra, Op 9 WED Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra WED Ole Kristian Ruud (conductor) WED 5.01am WED Franceschini, Petronio (1650-1680): Sonata in D for two WED trumpets, strings and basso continuo WED Yordan Kojuharov, Petar Ivanov (trumpets) WED Teodor Moussev (organ) Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra WED Yordan Dafov (conductor) WED 5.09am WED Svendsen, Johan (1840-1911): Norwegian Artists' Carnival, WED Op 14 Norwegian Radio Orchestra WED Ari Rasilainen (conductor) WED 5.17am WED Debussy, Claude (1862-1918): Hommage a Haydn (1909) WED Roger Woodward (piano) WED 5.18am WED Kleynjans, Francis (b.1951): Homage a Satie WED Heiki Matlik (guitar) WED 5.21am WED Ruppe, Christian Friedrich (1753-1826): Duetto in F WED Wyneke Jordans, Leo van Doeselaar (piano duet) WED 5.32am WED Buffardin, Pierre-Gabriel (c.1690-1768): Concerto a 5 in E WED minor for flute and strings Ernst-Burghard Hilse (flute) WED Musica Antiqua Koln WED 5.44am WED Szymanowski, Karol (1882-1937): String Quartet No 1 in C, WED Op 37 Silesian Quartet WED 6.03am WED Karlowicz, Mieczyslaw (1876-1909): Four Songs WED Jadwiga Rappe (contralto) Ewa Poblocka (piano) WED 6.10am WED Respighi, Ottorino (1879-1936): Rossiniana WED The West Australia Symphony Orchestra WED Jorge Mester (conductor) WED 6.37am WED Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847): Sextet in D for piano and WED strings, Op 110 Wu Han (piano) Philip Setzer (violin) WED Nokuthula Ngwenyama (viola) Cynthia Phelps (viola) WED Carter Brey (cello) Michael Wais (bass). WED WED 07:00 Breakfast b00n1qj9 (Listen) WED WED 10:00 Classical Collection b00n1qjc (Listen) WED 10.00am WED Haydn: German Dances, H IX 12 (selection) WED London Philharmonic Orchestra Adrian Boult (conductor) WED LPO LPO-0021 WED 10.05am WED Tchaikovsky: Den' li tsarit; Sred shumnovo bala WED Ives: Memories Gerald Finley (bass-baritone) WED Julius Drake (piano) WIGMORE HALL LIVE WHLive0025 WED 10.15am WED Beethoven: Piano Concerto No 2 in B flat, Op 19 WED Leon Fleisher (piano) Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra WED Hans Rosbaud (conductor) MEDICI ARTS MM036-2 WED 10.43am WED Blow: Venus and Adonis (Act 2) WED Venus ...... Heather Harper (soprano) WED Cupid ...... Maria Zeri (soprano) WED English Opera Group Choir and Orchestra WED Charles Mackerras (conductor) MPLIVE LM7410 (download) WED 10.56am WED Haydn: Symphony No 80 in D minor BBC Philharmonic WED Nicholas Kraemer (conductor) WED BBC recording, available on BBC MUSIC MM307 WED 11.19am WED Bach: Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in E flat, BWV 998 WED Julian Bream (guitar) DG 477 7550 (2 CDs) WED 11.33am WED Ravel: Le tombeau de Couperin Boston Symphony Orchestra WED Charles Munch (conductor) WED WEST HILL RADIO ARCHIVES WHRA 6015 (7 CDs) WED 11.49am WED Lasry: Debit de l'eau, debit de lait Trenet: Boum WED Charles Trenet (vocals) Anon (piano) WED INA MEMOIRE VIVE IMV060. WED WED 12:00 Composer of the Week b00n1qjf (Listen) WED Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782), Episode 3 WED Donald Macleod explores the life and work of JC Bach, the WED youngest son of Johann Sebastian. WED WED He discusses Johann Christian's friendships in WED 18th-century London with composer Carl Friedrich Abel and WED painter Thomas Gainsborough. Bach and Abel were housemates WED and business partners, collaborating on a series of WED subscription concerts in Soho for 20 years. Gainsborough, WED famously boozy and passionate about music, was the third WED side of the triangle, risking their ridicule by performing WED for them and swapping his paintings for his friends' WED instruments. WED WED Abel: Sonata in G (2nd mvt) WED Susanne Heinrich (viola da gamba) WED WED JC Bach: Sinfonia Concertante in G WED Pratum Integrum Orchestra WED WED Abel: Five Pieces in D minor, WKO 208 (No 1) WED Wieland Kuijken (gamba) WED WED JC Bach: Quartet, Op 19, No 1 Camerata Koln. WED WED 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00n1qjh (Listen) WED Schwetzingen Festival 2009, Leila Josefowicz, John Novacek WED Jonathan Swain presents highlights from the 2009 EBU WED Schwetzingen Festival in Germany. WED WED Violinist Leila Josefowicz plays a varied programme, WED including a work from a sonata written by committee - WED Brahms collaborated with Schumann and Dietrich on a WED sonata, although this is the movement that is the most WED frequently played. Shostakovich's masterly Violin Sonata WED is followed by a piece by Estonian composer Erkki-Sven WED Tuur and a relatively little-known work by Schubert. WED WED Leila Josefowicz (violin) John Novacek (piano) WED WED Brahms: Scherzo (F-A-E Sonata in C minor for violin and WED piano, WoO 2) Shostakovich: Violin Sonata, Op 134 WED Erkki-Sven Tuur: Conversio, for violin and piano WED Schubert: Rondo in B minor for violin and piano, D895. WED WED 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00n1qjk (Listen) WED Baltic Sea Festival 2009, Episode 2 WED Louise Fryer presents music from the 2009 Baltic Sea WED Festival in Sweden, featuring performances by two leading WED groups from either side of the Baltic Sea - the Swedish WED Radio Chorus and the St Christopher Chamber Orchestra from WED Lithuania. WED WED Frank Martin: Mass for double choir Swedish Radio Chorus WED Peter Dijkstra (conductor) WED WED 2.35pm WED Mendelssohn: String Symphony No 12 in G minor WED Jonas Tamulionis: Toccata Diavolesca WED St Christopher Chamber Orchestra WED Donatas Katkus (conductor) WED WED 2.55pm WED Mozart: Violin Concerto No 1 in B flat, K207 WED Mikkel Futtrup (violin) St Christopher Chamber Orchestra WED Donatas Katkus (conductor) WED WED Raminta Serksnyte: De Profundis WED St Christopher Chamber Orchestra WED Donatas Katkus (conductor) WED WED 3.35pm WED Shostakovich, arr Rudolf Barshai: Chamber Symphony, Op 110a WED St Christopher Chamber Orchestra WED Donatas Katkus (conductor). WED WED 16:00 Choral Evensong b00n1qjm (Listen) WED From the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Alban. WED WED Introit: Hail, gladdening light (Stainer) WED Responses: Rose Psalm: 37 (Howells) WED First Lesson: 1 Chronicles 29 vv10-19 WED Canticles: Stanford in G WED Second Lesson: Colossians 3 vv12-17 WED Anthem: All wisdom cometh from the Lord (Philip Moore) WED Hymn: Saviour again to Thy dear name (Ellers) WED Organ Voluntary: Toccata (Simon Preston) WED WED Assistant Master of the Music: Tom Winpenny WED Master of the Music: Andrew Lucas. WED WED 17:00 In Tune b00n1qjp (Listen) WED WED 19:00 Performance on 3 b00n1qjr (Listen) WED Philharmonia - Janacek, Lindberg, Stravinsky WED WED In a concert given at London's Royal Festival Hall, WED Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra in WED music by Janacek, Lindberg and Stravinsky. WED WED Featuring Janacek's enduringly popular Sinfonietta and the WED UK premiere of Magnus Lindberg's Graffiti for chorus and WED orchestra, a work commissioned by the Southbank Centre. WED The programme concludes with the complete ballet music for WED The Firebird, which was Stravinsky's first commission from WED Diaghilev and one that brought him to international WED prominence. WED WED Philharmonia Voices Philharmonia Orchestra WED Esa-Pekka Salonen (conductor) WED WED Janacek: Sinfonietta WED Lindberg: Graffiti for chorus and orchestra (UK premiere) WED Stravinsky: The Firebird, complete ballet (1910) WED WED Plus part of a series of lesser-known works by WED Mendelssohn, one of Radio 3's Composers of the Year in WED 2009. WED WED Mendelssohn: Magnificat: Mein Herz erhebet Gott, Op 69, No WED 3 Monika Meier-Schmid (soprano) Ute Wille (alto) WED Georg Kaplan (tenor) Adolph Seidel (bass) WED Stuttgart Chamber Choir Frieder Bernius (director). WED WED 21:15 Night Waves b00n1qjt (Listen) WED Crime Special WED Philip Dodd presents a special edition dedicated to crime. WED He talks to doyenne of crime writers PD James about her WED own work and her new book 'Talking about Detective WED Fiction'. In it, she shares her personal thoughts on one WED of the most popular and enduring forms of literature from WED Sherlock Holmes to Inspector Rebus. She also talks about WED the challenges, achievements and technical demands of a WED genre which has fascinated her for nearly 50 years as a WED novelist. WED WED Philip also speaks to Oxford sociologist Diego Gambetta, WED whose new book Codes of the Underworld studies the way WED crimials use non-verbal ways to get their messages across. WED In a culture where trust is at a premium and communication WED is neccessarily secret, criminal gangs have evolved WED elaborate and subtle ways of communication and exchange. WED WED 22:00 Composer of the Week b00n1qjf (Listen) WED [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] WED WED 23:00 The Essay b00n1qjw (Listen) WED Enlightenment Voices, Robert Hooke, Hooke's Ideas and WED Methods WED Series exploring the work of the scientific pioneer Robert WED Hooke. WED WED Dr Allan Chapman, of Hooke's alma mater, Wadham College, WED Oxford, explores Hooke's revolutionary ideas and methods. WED One of the great experimental scientists of his day, he WED devised the first successful vacuum pump and his work with WED microscopes led to the publication of his best-selling WED work, Micrographia, a book so riveting that Samuel Pepys WED called it 'the most ingenious book that ever I read in my WED life'. WED WED 23:15 Late Junction b00n1qjy (Listen) WED Verity Sharp's varied musical selection includes music WED from Chechnya performed by Ensemble Aznach, the stylish WED vibraphone playing of Gary Burton, celebrated dub reggae WED melodica player Augustus Pablo and Aurora Borealis, one of WED Three Evocations by pianist Philip Mead. WED THU THURSDAY 8 OCTOBER 2009 THU THU 01:00 Through the Night b00n1qmd (Listen) THU 1.00am THU Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759): Belshazzar THU Belshazzar ...... Paul Groves (tenor) THU Nitocris ...... Rosemary Joshua (soprano) THU Cyrus ...... Bejun Mehta (treble) THU Daniel ...... Iestyn Davies (countertenor) THU Gobrias ...... Robert Gleadow (bass) THU Choir of the Age of Enlightenment THU James Burton (chorus master) THU Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment THU Alison Bury (leader) Charles Mackerras (conductor) THU Recorded in the Royal Albert Hall, London on 16th April THU 2008 as part of the BBC Proms 2008 THU 3.34am THU Rachmaninov, Serge (1873-1943): Suite No 2 for two pianos, THU Op 17 Ouellet-Murray Duo: THU Claire Ouellet, Sandra Murray (pianos) THU 3.59am THU Abel, Carl Friedrich (1723-1787): Sonata in A for cello THU and continuo La Stagione Frankfurt: THU Rainer Zipperling (cello) Harald Hoeren (harpsichord) THU 4.07am THU Andriessen, Hendrik (1892-1981): Qui habitat THU Netherlands Chamber Choir Uwe Gronostay (director) THU 4.16am THU Schumann, Robert (1810-1856): Adagio and allegro in A THU flat, Op 70 Li-Wei (cello) Gretel Dowdeswell (piano) THU 4.25am THU Reinecke, Carl (1824-1910): Ballade for flute and orchestra THU Matej Zupan (flute) THU Slovenian National Radio Symphony Orchestra THU David de Villiers (conductor) THU 4.34am THU Debussy, Claude (1862-1918): Estampes THU Lars-David Nilsson (piano) THU 4.49am THU Francaix, Jean (1912-1997): (Le) Gai Paris for wind THU ensemble THU The Wind Ensemble of the Hungarian Radio Orchestra THU 5.01am THU Escosa, John B (1928-1991): Three Dances for two harps THU Julia Shaw, Nora Bumanis (harps) THU 5.07am THU Maurice, Paule (1910-1967): Tableaux de Provence THU Julia Nolan (saxophone) CBC Vancouver Orchestra THU Mario Bernardi (conductor) THU 5.22am THU Domenico da Piacenza (c.1400-c.1476): La fia Guilmin - for THU hurdy gurdy Philippe Gelinas (hurdy gurdy) THU 5.24am THU Huggett, Andrew (b.1955): Canadian folk-song suite THU Joseph Petric (accordion) Guy Few (piano) THU 5.39am THU Frescobaldi, Girolami (1583-1643), arr Kraus: Canzona THU Prima arr. for trumpet, trombone and accordion; Canzona THU Seconda arr for trumpet, trombone amd accordion; Aria arr THU for trumpet, trombone and accordion THU Heinz della Torre (trumpet) Stefan Schlegel (trombone) THU Paolo D'Angelo (accordion) THU 5.45am THU Bruhns, Nicolaus (1665-1697): Ich liege und schlaffe THU Greta de Reyghere (soprano) James Bowman (countertenor) THU Guy de Mey (tenor) Max van Egmond (bass) THU Ricercar Consort THU 5.58am THU Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel (1714-1788): Concerto in E flat THU for harpsichord, fortepiano and orchestra, Wq 47 THU Michel Eberth (harpsichord) THU Wolfgang Brunner (fortepiano) THU Slovenicum Chamber Orchestra Uros Lajovic (conductor) THU 6.17am THU Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767): Concerto in D minor THU for two chalumeaux and strings (c.1728) THU Eric Hoeprich, Lisa Klewitt (chalumeaux) THU Musica Antiqua Koln Reinhard Goebel (director) THU 6.29am THU Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Sonata in B flat for THU bassoon and cello, K292 Peter Hanzel (bassoon) THU Juraj Alexander (cello) THU 6.41am THU Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826): Concerto in F for THU bassoon and orchestra, Op 75 Juhani Tapaninen (bassoon) THU Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra THU Jukka-Pekka Saraste (conductor). THU THU 07:00 Breakfast b00n1qmg (Listen) THU THU 10:00 Classical Collection b00n1qmj (Listen) THU 10.00am THU Mozart: Piano Concerto No 9 in E flat, K271 THU Lili Kraus (piano) Vienna State Opera Orchestra THU Victor Desarzens (conductor) SCRIBENDUM SC018 (3 CDs) THU 10.31am THU Nicholson: O pray for the peace of Jerusalem THU Gibbons: O clap your hands together THU Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford THU Bernard Rose (conductor) OXRECS DIGITAL OXCD-5287 THU 10.41am THU Prokofiev: Violin Concerto No 1 in D, Op 19 THU David Oistrakh (violin) London Symphony Orchestra THU Lovro von Matacic (conductor) EMI 2 14712 2 (17 CDs) THU 11.01am THU Schubert: Du bist die Ruh Erika Rokyta (soprano) THU Othon Wetzel (piano) L'OISEAU-LYRE OL 24 (78 rpm) THU 11.04am THU Schubert: Die Forelle Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano) THU Karl Hudez (piano) COLUMBIA LB 77 (78 rpm) THU 11.06am THU Schubert: Nacht und Traume Mattiwilda Dobbs (soprano) THU Gerald Moore (piano) COLUMBIA LX 1616 (78 rpm) THU 11.11am THU Brahms: Symphony No 4 in E minor, Op 98 THU London Symphony Orchestra Bernard Haitink (conductor) THU LSO LIVE LSO0547 (CD/SACD). THU THU 12:00 Composer of the Week b00n1qml (Listen) THU Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782), Episode 4 THU Donald Macleod explores the life and work of Johann THU Christian Bach, the youngest son of JS Bach. THU THU He dicusses JC Bach's relationship with his most famous THU pupil - Mozart. In 1764, the Mozarts' tour of Europe took THU them to London, where, as Royal Music Master, Johann THU Christian arranged for them to perform for the King and THU Queen. The relationship between him and the eight-year-old THU Mozart flourished. The young Wolfgang's chief ambition was THU that 'my name will be as famous as that of Christian Bach'. THU THU JC Bach: Overture (Catone in Utica) THU New Philharmonia Orchestra Raymond Leppard (conductor) THU THU JC Bach: Piano Trio in A, Op 2, No 5 Trio 1790 THU THU JC Bach: Sinfonia in G minor, Op 6, No 6 THU The Hanover Band THU Anthony Halstead (harpsichord/conductor) THU THU Mozart: Concerto in D, K107 (arrangement of JC Bach's THU Sonata, Op 5, No 3) David Owen Norris (square piano) THU Sonnerie THU THU JC Bach: Amadis des Gaules (Act 2, Sc 5) THU Gachinger Kantorei Stuttgart Bach-Collegium Stuttgart THU Helmuth Rilling (director). THU THU 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00n1qmn (Listen) THU Schwetzingen Festival 2009, Andras Schiff THU THU Highlights from the 2009 EBU Schwetzingen Festival in THU Germany, featuring an all-Haydn programme performed by THU pianist Andras Schiff. THU THU Andras Schiff (piano) THU THU Haydn: Capriccio in G on Acht Sauschneider mussen sein, H THU XVII 1; Piano Sonata in G minor, H XVI 44; Variations in F THU minor, H XVII 6 (Un piccolo divertimento); Piano Sonata in THU E minor, H XVI 34. THU THU 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00n1qmq (Listen) THU Handel: Ariodante (Acts 1 and 2) Handel Operas 2009 THU THU Radio 3's complete cycle of Handel operas continues with THU Ariodante, a work featuring joy and deep despair, love, THU hatred and revenge, set to some of the greatest music the THU composer ever wrote. THU THU Presented by Louise Fryer, who talks to Janet Baker about THU one of her signature roles in this most appealing of THU Handel operas. THU THU Handel: Ariodante (Acts 1 and 2) THU THU Ariodante ...... Janet Baker (mezzo-soprano) THU Ginevra, his betrothed ..... Edith Mathis (soprano) THU Polinesso, the villain ...... James Bowman (countertenor) THU Dalinda, Ginevra's maid ...... Norma Burrowes (soprano) THU Lurcanio, Polinesso's brother ...... David Rendall (tenor) THU King of Scotland, Ginevra's father ...... Samuel Ramey THU (bass) THU Odardo, his attendant ...... Alexander Oliver (tenor) THU London Voices English Chamber Orchestra THU Raymond Leppard (conductor). THU THU 17:00 In Tune b00n1qms (Listen) THU THU 19:00 Performance on 3 b00n1qmv (Listen) THU Schubert, Hensel, Tippett, Maconchy, Bingham, Part 1 THU Presented by Petroc Trelawny. From St Paul's Church, THU Knightsbridge in London. THU THU The BBC Singers conducted by Paul Brough, with the Michael THU Thompson Horn Quartet, perform music for horns and voices THU exploring music of the hunt, the forest, magic and the THU night. THU THU Their programme features Schubert's portayal of night time THU in a forest and Michael Tippett's Sonata, which conjures THU up the mysterious nocturnal world of his opera The THU Midsummer Marriage. THU THU These are followed by the first performance of a new work THU by Judith Bingham, which retells Ovid's story of the THU hunter changed into a stag as punishment for seeing a THU Goddess naked, and then torn to death by his own hounds. THU Scored for chorus and four horns (which are distributed THU around the performing space, drawing the audience into the THU drama of the hunt), the piece explores the complex THU psychology of this familiar story. THU THU Michael Thompson Horn Quartet BBC Singers THU Paul Brough (conductor) THU THU Schubert: Nachtgesang im Walde, D913 THU Fanny Hensel: Partsongs THU Michael Tippett: Sonata for four horns THU Elizabeth Maconchy: Nocturnal THU Judith Bingham: Actaeon - his strange new face (BBC THU Commission: world premiere). THU THU 19:50 Twenty Minutes b00n48mw (Listen) THU Once Upon a Time... THU An exploration of the dark, sinister and enchanted world THU of fairy tales. Michael Rosen, AS Byatt and Richard Mabey THU take us into the woods - the realm where magic lurks, THU stange things happen, evil is vanquished and (usually) THU good prevails. Why do these tales and myths continue to THU exert such a powerful fascination for children and adults THU alike? THU THU 20:10 Performance on 3 b00n48my (Listen) THU Schubert, Hensel, Tippett, Maconchy, Bingham, Part 2 THU Presented by Petroc Trelawny. From St Paul's Church, THU Knightsbridge in London. THU THU The BBC Singers' concert under Paul Brough concludes with THU works by Schumann and Mendelssohn, followed by Bruckner's THU unusual Abendzauber, a work for horns, male voices and THU three yodellers. THU THU Michael Thompson Quartet BBC Singers THU Paul Brough (conductor) THU THU Schumann: Jagdlieder, Op 137 THU Mendelssohn: Im Grunen, Op 59 Bruckner: Abendzauber THU THU Plus part of a series of lesser-known works by THU Mendelssohn, one of Radio 3's Composers of the Year in THU 2009. THU THU 21:15 Night Waves b00n1qmx (Listen) THU Harold Evans THU Anne McElvoy talks to Harold Evans, one of the most famous THU newspapermen in Britain. He began his career as a reporter THU for a weekly newspaper in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, THU at the age of 16. He went on to edit the Sunday Times and THU establish a reputation as a passionate and hugely THU successful investigative reporter and editor. During his THU tenureship there, the paper revealed Kim Philby as a spy THU and exposed the thalidomide scandal THU THU Evans discusses his career in print journalism, his THU editorship of the Sunday Times and his thoughts on the THU profession today. He also talks about whether the kind of THU investigative reporting he did is still feasible today, as THU well as the apparently parlous state of print journalism. THU THU 22:00 Composer of the Week b00n1qml (Listen) THU [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] THU THU 23:00 The Essay b00n1qmz (Listen) THU Enlightenment Voices, Robert Hooke, Hooke's Inventions THU Series exploring the work of the scientific pioneer Robert THU Hooke. THU THU Professor Lisa Jardine examines Hooke's inventions, THU explores how they were received at the time and how some THU are integral to the way we live now. THU THU Hooke was at the forefront of invention in the 17th THU century. As he and his fellow scientists went about their THU quest to 'know everything', Hooke was continually THU inventing new ways with machinery, telescopes, THU microscopes, watches and medicine. Charles II took a great THU interest in many of his designs and some of his THU discoveries have lasted through the years and are critical THU to our lives today. His 'Hooke joint' which he developed THU for carriages is now used in a rear-wheel drive car to THU connect the drive shaft to the transmission. THU THU 23:15 Late Junction b00n1qn1 (Listen) THU Verity Sharp's varied musical selection includes THU electronica from Finland, courtesy of Vladislav Delay from THU his latest album Tummaa. There's also a cow calling THU lullaby from Wales sung by Cass Meurig, progressive guitar THU music from French trio Philharmonie and an Ernest Bloch THU Nocturne played by America's New Arts Trio. THU FRI FRIDAY 9 OCTOBER 2009 FRI FRI 01:00 Through the Night b00n1qqr (Listen) FRI 1.00am FRI Rozycki, Ludomir (1884-1953): String Quartet in D minor, FRI Op 49 FRI 1.32am FRI Martinu, Bohuslav (1890-1959): String Quartet No 6, H312 FRI Royal String Quartet FRI 1.55am FRI Schumann, Robert (1810-1856): Symphony No 4 in D minor, Op FRI 120 Budapest Symphony Orchestra FRI Tamas Vasary (conductor) FRI 2.26am FRI Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): Concerto No 12 in A FRI for piano and orchestra, K414 Steven Osborne (piano) FRI BBC Philharmonic Yan Pascal Tortelier (conductor) FRI 2.53am FRI Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da (c.1525-1594): Litaniae FRI de Beata Virgine Maria (six parts) FRI Studio de Musique Ancienne de Montreal FRI Christopher Jackson (director) FRI 3.01am FRI Wagner, Richard (1813-1883): Prelude and Act 3 Liebestod FRI (Tristan und Isolde) BBC Philharmonic FRI Vassily Sinaisky (conductor) FRI 3.20am FRI Villa-Lobos, Heitor (1887-1959): Guitar Prelude No 3 in A FRI minor Norbert Kraft (guitar) FRI 3.27am FRI Rangstrom, Ture (1884-1947): Partita for violin and FRI orchestra Bernt Lysell (violin) FRI Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra FRI Niklas Willen (conductor) FRI 3.41am FRI Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): String Quartet in B FRI flat, K458 (Hunt) Quatuor Mosaiques FRI 4.03am FRI Skjavetic, Julije (Schiavetti, Giulio - 16th century FRI Croatian), transcr Lovro Zupanovic: Madrigal: Io non FRI voglio lodar; Madrigal: Cosi fan' questi giovani FRI Slovenian Chamber Choir Vladimir Kranjcevic (director) FRI 4.09am FRI Pachelbel, Johann (1653-1706): Canon and Gigue in D FRI Geoffrey Lancaster (harpsichord) FRI Tasmanian Symphony Chamber Players FRI Barbara Jane Gilbey (violin/director) FRI 4.15am FRI Skjavetic, transcr Zupanovic: Madrigal: Deh perche vogli' FRI ancho; Madrigal: Fu fors' un tempo FRI Slovenian Chamber Choir Vladimir Kranjcevic (director) FRI 4.19am FRI Scriabin, Alexander (1872-1915): Three Etudes, Op 65 FRI Roger Woodward (piano) FRI 4.26am FRI Satie, Erik (1866-1925): La blle excentrique (Fantaisie FRI seieuse) Steven and Stijn Kolacny (pianos) FRI 4.35am FRI Skjavetic, transcr Lovro Zupanovic: Madrigal: Per pieta FRI Slovenian Chamber Choir Vladimir Kranjcevic (director) FRI 4.39am FRI Telemann, Georg Philipp (1681-1767): Sonata in F for FRI violin and basso continuo (Essercizii Musici) FRI Camerata Koln FRI 4.49am FRI Farkas, Ferenc (1905-2000): Five Ancient Hungarian Dances FRI for wind quintet (appl) Galliard Ensemble FRI 5.01am FRI Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750): Fugue in G for lute, FRI BWV 1000 Konrad Junghanel (lute) FRI 5.07am FRI Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827): 7 Variationen uber Kind FRI willst du ruhig schlafen, WoO 75 Theo Bruins (piano) FRI 5.18am FRI Beethoven: Adagio (Trio in B flat for clarinet or violin, FRI cello and piano, Op 11) Beaux Arts Trio FRI 5.24am FRI Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Wie bist du, meine Konigin, FRI Op 32, No 9; Von ewiger Liebe, Op 43, No 1 FRI Urszula Kryger (mezzo-soprano) FRI Katarzyna Jankowska (piano) FRI 5.34am FRI Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Five songs for chorus, Op 104 FRI Danish National Radio Choir Stefan Parkman (conductor) FRI 5.48am FRI Bach, arr. Busoni: Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 FRI Valerie Tryon (piano) FRI 5.57am FRI Bach: Passacaglia in C minor, BWV 582 FRI Hans van Nieuwkoop (organ) FRI 6.12am FRI Bach: Allein Gott in der Hoh' sei Her, BWV 675 FRI Stef Tuinstra (organ) FRI 6.16am FRI Bach: Beschrankt, ihr Weisen dieser Welt, BWV 443; Ich FRI liebe Jesum alle Stund', BWV 468; Jesu, Jesu, du bist FRI mein, BWV 470; Ach dass nicht die letzte Stunde meines FRI Lebens, BWV 439 Bernarda Fink (mezzo-soprano) FRI Domen Marincic (viola da gamba) FRI Dalibor Miklavcic (organ) FRI 6.25am FRI Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Double concerto in A minor FRI for violin and cello, Op 102 Bartilomie Niziol (violin) FRI Adam Klocek (cello) Sinfonia Varsovi FRI Tomasz Bugaj (conductor). FRI FRI 07:00 Breakfast b00n1qqt (Listen) FRI FRI 10:00 Classical Collection b00n1qqw (Listen) FRI 10.00am FRI Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op 33 FRI Mstislav Rostropovich (cello) FRI Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra FRI Kirill Kondrashin (conductor) FRI RCO LIVE RCO 06004 (14 CDs) FRI 10.18am FRI Liszt: Spanish Rhapsody, S254 Agnelle Bundervoet (piano) FRI TAHRA TAH 653-654 (2 CDs) FRI 10.32am FRI Danyel: Why canst thou not; Campian: Out of my soul's FRI depths Neil Jenkins (tenor) Viol Consort FRI Anthony Rooley (lute) FRI Stephen Storace: The Pirates - The Lullaby FRI Philip Langridge (tenor) Members of Medici Quartet FRI Harold Lester (harpsichord) LYRITA SRCD.2309 (2 CDs) FRI 10.40am FRI Haydn: Symphony No 81 in G Australian Chamber Orchestra FRI Charles Mackerras (conductor) CONIFER CDCF 165 FRI 11.10am FRI Weill: Bastille Musik (Incidental music to Strinberg's FRI Gustav III) Ensemble Modern HK Gruber (conductor) FRI LARGO 5114 FRI 11.24am FRI Beethoven: Fantasy in B, Op 77 Edwin Fischer (piano) FRI ORFEO d'OR C 270 921 B FRI 11.34am FRI Rachmaninov: The Isle of the Dead, Op 29 FRI Philadelphia Orchestra Eugene Ormandy (conductor) FRI NAXOS CLASSICAL ARCHIVES 9.80114. FRI FRI 12:00 Composer of the Week b00n1qsc (Listen) FRI Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782), Episode 5 FRI Donald Macleod concludes his exploration of the life and FRI work of JC Bach, the youngest son of Johann Sebastian. FRI FRI He tells the story of JC Bach's decline. Johann Christian FRI was famous - the toast of 18th century London society, FRI music master and friend of Queen Charlotte, musical mentor FRI to Mozart. Yet when he died, he left substantial debts and FRI was buried in an unmarked grave, with only four people FRI present. FRI FRI Overture: Temistocle (1st mvt) The Hanover Band FRI Anthony Halstead (harpsichord/director) FRI FRI Quintet in D, Op 11, No 6 The English Concert FRI FRI La clemenza di Scipione (Act 1, Sc 7) FRI Arsinda ...... Linda Perillo FRI Luceio ...... Jorg Waschinski Rheinische Kantorei FRI Das Kleine Konzert Hermann Max (conductor) FRI FRI Symphony for Double Orchestra, Op 18, No 1 FRI Netherlands Chamber Orchestra David Zinman (conductor) FRI FRI Overture (La Calamita) The Academy of Ancient Music FRI Christopher Hogwood (director). FRI FRI 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00n1qsf (Listen) FRI Schwetzingen Festival 2009, Emerson String Quartet FRI Louise Fryer presents highlights from the 2009 EBU FRI Schwetzingen Festival in Germany. FRI FRI A performance of two contrasting works by the Emerson FRI String Quartet - Charles Ives' first quartet, a lyrical FRI piece based on hymn tunes, and one of Beethoven's FRI Razumovsky Quartets, written for a violin-playing Russian FRI Count. FRI FRI Emerson String Quartet FRI FRI Ives: String Quartet No 1 FRI Beethoven: String Quartet in E minor, Op 59, No 2 FRI (Razumovsky). FRI FRI 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00n1qsh (Listen) FRI Baltic Sea Festival 2009, Handel: Ariodante (Act 3)/Baltic FRI Sea Festival 2009 Handel Operas 2009 FRI FRI Louise Fryer presents the concluding act of Handel's FRI Ariodante, broadcast as part of a complete cycle of the FRI composer's operas. FRI FRI Handel: Ariodante, Act 3 FRI FRI Ariodante ...... Janet Baker (mezzo-soprano) FRI Ginevra, his betrothed ..... Edith Mathis (soprano) FRI Polinesso, the villain ...... James Bowman (countertenor) FRI Dalinda, Ginevra's maid ...... Norma Burrowes (soprano) FRI Lurcanio, Polinesso's brother ...... David Rendall (tenor) FRI King of Scotland, Ginevra's father ...... Samuel Ramey FRI (bass) FRI Odardo, his attendant ...... Alexander Oliver (tenor) FRI London Voices English Chamber Orchestra FRI Raymond Leppard (conductor) FRI FRI 3.10pm FRI Baltic Sea Festival 2009: FRI FRI Chopin: Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor, Op 21 FRI Roland Pontinen (piano) Sinfonia Varsovia FRI Jacek Kaspszyk (conductor) FRI FRI Kimmo Hakola: Le nuage d'Oort FRI Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra FRI John Storgards (conductor) FRI FRI Uuno Klami: Cheremissian Fantasy Samuli Peltonen (cello) FRI Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra FRI John Storgards (conductor) FRI FRI 4.10pm FRI Sibelius: Symphony No 2 in D, Op 43 FRI Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra FRI John Storgards (conductor). FRI FRI 17:00 In Tune b00n1qsk (Listen) FRI FRI 19:00 Performance on 3 b00n1qsm (Listen) FRI Martinu, Mahler, Strauss, Part 1 FRI FRI From the Barbican in London, Jiri Belohlavek conducts the FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra in a programme including a Martinu FRI symphony and a favourite work by Strauss. FRI FRI Martinu's Second Symphony, dating from 1943, contains FRI effervescent music written to honour the defiant courage FRI of Czechs living under Nazi oppression. FRI FRI It is followed by Strauss' richly romantic Four Last FRI Songs, written in the aftermath of the Second World War, FRI when the octogenarian increasingly sought refuge in FRI nostalgic memories of times past. Completed less than a FRI year before the composer's death, they stand as an elegiac FRI farewell to the world, and are sung by Anne Schwanewilms, FRI who is considered among the finest of Strauss interpreters. FRI FRI Anne Schwanewilms (soprano) BBC Symphony Orchestra FRI Jiri Belohlavek (conductor) FRI FRI Martinu: Symphony No 2 Strauss: Four Last Songs. FRI FRI 19:50 Twenty Minutes b00n1qt2 (Listen) FRI Jiri Belohlavek presents a feature on Martinu's Symphony FRI No 2, and there is a taster of the new music in the FRI BBCSO's Barbican season. FRI FRI 20:10 Performance on 3 b00n1qt4 (Listen) FRI Martinu, Mahler, Strauss, Part 2 FRI From the Barbican in London. Presented by Petroc Trelawny. FRI FRI Jiri Belohlavek conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in a FRI programme that concludes with Mahler and a favourite work FRI by Strauss. FRI FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra Jiri Belohlavek (conductor) FRI FRI Mahler: Adagio (Symphony No 10) FRI Strauss: Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche. FRI FRI 21:15 The Verb b00n1qts (Listen) FRI 2009 Forward Poetry Prize FRI Ian McMillan talks to the newly-announced winner of the FRI 2009 Forward Poetry Prize. FRI FRI 22:00 Composer of the Week b00n1qsc (Listen) FRI [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] FRI FRI 23:00 The Essay b00n1qtv (Listen) FRI Enlightenment Voices, Robert Hooke, Hooke and the Great FRI Fire of London FRI Series exploring the work of the scientific pioneer Robert FRI Hooke. FRI FRI Architectural historian Dr James Campbell focuses on FRI Hooke's activities after the Great Fire of London. FRI Together with all his scientific commitments at the Royal FRI Society, Hooke was employed as Christopher Wren's right FRI hand man, the surveyor responsible for measuring out the FRI new street plan of the City of London after the Great Fire FRI of 1666. James assesses Hookes achievements and FRI contribution to the rebuilding of London. FRI FRI 23:15 World on 3 b00n1qtx (Listen) FRI Mary Ann Kennedy presents new musical releases from across FRI the world and a studio session with tabla player, producer FRI and composer Talvin Singh, performing with sitar virtuoso FRI Niladri Kumar. FRI FRI