02 April 2010

Radio 3 Listings for 03/04/2010 - 09/04/2010


SAT SATURDAY 03 APRIL 2010 SAT SAT 01:00 Through the Night b00rpwt5 (Listen) SAT Susan Sharpe presents rarities archive and concert SAT recordings from Europe's leading broadcasters SAT 01:02AM SAT Haydn Joseph [1732-1809] and Anonymous SAT Die sieben letzten Worte unseres Erlösers am Kreuze SAT (Hob.XX:2) SAT Jacques Ogg (fortepiano - modern copy of a Walter instrument SAT (Vienna 1795) Joseph Barrás (bassoon) Sergei Sprichev SAT (drums) Ensemble "Alfonso X el Sabio" Luis Lozano SAT Virumbrales (director) Carlos García (narrator) SAT 02:27AM SAT Puccini Giacomo (1858 -1924) SAT Crisantemi (Chrysanthemums) SAT Moyzes Quartet SAT 02:34AM SAT Dvorák Antonín (1841-1904) SAT Symphonic variations (Op.78) SAT BBC National Orchestra of Wales Grant Llewellyn (Conductor) SAT 03:01AM SAT Tchaikovsky Pyotr Ilyich (1840-1893) SAT Souvenir de Florence [1890] arranged for Strings (Op.70) SAT The "Amadeus" Polish Radio Chamber Orchestra in Poznan SAT Agnieszka Duczmal (conductor) SAT 03:35AM SAT Schumann Robert (1810-1856) SAT Carnaval (Op.9) SAT Annie Fischer (piano) SAT 04:02AM SAT Vivaldi Antonio (1678-1741) SAT Concerto in D minor for strings and basso continuo (RV.128) SAT Arte dei Suonatori Eduardo Lopez (conductor) SAT 04:08AM SAT Brahms Johannes (1833-1897) SAT Schicksalslied [Song of Destiny] for chorus and orchestra SAT (Op.54) SAT Slovenian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra and SAT Chamber Choir Marko Munih (conductor) SAT 04:23AM SAT Liszt Franz (1811-1886) SAT La Campanella SAT Valerie Tryon (piano) SAT 04:28AM SAT Fauré Gabriel (1845-1924) SAT Pavane for orchestra (Op.50) SAT BBC National Orchestra of Wales Grant Llewellyn (Conductor) SAT 04:36AM SAT Mendelssohn Felix [1809-1847] SAT Prelude and Fugue No.1 in E minor (Op.35) SAT Shura Cherkassky (piano) SAT 04:45AM SAT Scigalski Franciszek (1782-1846) SAT Symphony in D major SAT Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Andrzej Mysinski (conductor) SAT 05:01AM SAT Mortelmans Lodewijk (1868-1952) SAT Solemn Procession to Gethsemani (Part II of Evangelical SAT Diptych (1893-97 orchestrated in 1933) SAT Flemish Radio Orchestra Jan Latham-Koenig (conductor) SAT 05:05AM SAT Stainer John (1840-1901) SAT God so loved the world (from 'The Crucifixion') SAT Vancouver Bach Choir Bruce Pullan (conductor) SAT 05:08AM SAT Haydn Joseph (1732-1809) SAT Trio for keyboard and strings in G minor (H.XV.19) SAT Katharine Gowers (violin) Adrian Brendel (cello) Paul Lewis SAT (piano) SAT 05:25AM SAT Weber Carl Maria von (1786-1826) SAT Andante and Rondo Ungarese in C minor (Op.35) SAT Juhani Tapaninen (bassoon) Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra SAT Jukka-Pekka Saraste (conductor) SAT 05:35AM SAT Scarlatti Domenico (1685-1757) SAT Sonata in B minor (L.263) (Kk.377) SAT Natalya Pasichnyk (piano) SAT 05:38AM SAT Gorczycki Grzegorz Gerwazy (1665-1734) SAT Missa Paschalis SAT Il Canto: SAT 05:53AM SAT Brahms Johannes (1833-1897) SAT Rhapsody for piano (Op.79 No.1) in B minor SAT Steven Osborne (piano) SAT 06:03AM SAT Mendelssohn Felix (1809-1847) SAT Concerto for violin piano and string orchestra in D minor SAT Leonidas Kavakos (violin) Enrico Pace (piano) Risør Festival SAT Strings SAT 06:41AM SAT Mokranjac Stevan (1856-1914) SAT Seventh Song-Wreath SAT Karolj Kolar (tenor) Belgrade Radio & Television Choir SAT Mladen Jagust (conductor) SAT 06:46AM SAT Ravel Maurice [1875-1937] arranged by Zoltán Kocsis SAT Pavane pour une infante défunte SAT Zsolt Szatmári (clarinet) Zoltán Kocsis (piano) SAT 06:53AM SAT Pahor Karol (1896-1974) SAT Oce ná? hlapca Jerneja [The Bailiff Yerney's Prayer] SAT Chamber Choir AVE Andraz Hauptman (conductor). SAT SAT 07:00 Breakfast b00rs4r6 (Listen) SAT SAT 09:00 CD Review b00rs4rv (Listen) SAT Building a Library: Pergolesi's Stabat Mater SAT SAT 09.05am SAT MOZART: Symphony No 39 in E flat major K543; Symphony No 40 SAT in G minor K550 SAT Freiburger Barockorchester / Rene Jacobs (conductor) SAT Harmonia Mundi HMC901959 (CD) SAT SAT BRAHMS: Violin Sonatas Nos 1-3 SAT Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin) / Lambert Orkis (piano) SAT Deutsche Grammophon 4778767 (CD) SAT SAT BEETHOVEN: 12 Variations on ‘See the conquering hero comes’ SAT from Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus WoO45; Cello Sonata in C SAT major Op 102 No 1; 12 Variations on ‘Ein Madchen oder SAT Weibchen’ from Mozart’s Die Zauberflote Op 66; 7 Variations SAT on ‘Bei Mannern welche Liebe fuhlen’ from Mozart’s Die SAT Zauberflote WoO46; Cello Sonata in D major Op 102 No 2 SAT Daniel Muller-Schott (cello) / Angela Hewitt (piano) SAT Hyperion CDA67755 (CD) SAT SAT 09.30am Building a Library SAT PERGOLESI: Stabat Mater SAT SAT Reviewer – Simon Heighes SAT SAT The first choice recommendation will be placed on the CD SAT Review website on Tuesday. SAT SAT Next week Martin Cotton compares recordings of Suk’s SAT Symphony No 2 in C minor ‘Asrael’ Op 27. SAT SAT 10.20am Recent Releases SAT FEO: Passio secundum Joannem SAT Barbara Schmidt-Gaden (mezzo soprano) / Doron Schleifer SAT (countertenor) / Krystian Adam (tenor) / Mirko Guadagnini SAT (tenor) / La Divina Armonia / Lorenzo Ghielmi (conductor) SAT Passacaille PAS964 (CD) SAT SAT TCHAIKOVSKY: Swan Lake Op 20 SAT Russian National Orchestra / Mikhail Pletnev (conductor) SAT Ondine ODE11672D (2CD mid price) SAT SAT RIMSKY KORSAKOV: Suite from ‘Snow Maiden’; Suite from SAT ‘Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh and the Maiden SAT Fevronia’; Mlada (Act III: Nuit sur le Mount Triglav) SAT Russian National Orchestra / Mikhail Pletnev (conductor) SAT Pentatone PTC5186362 (Hybrid SACD) SAT SAT STRAVINSKY: Le Baiser de la Fee; Scenes de ballet SAT BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra / Ilan Volkov (conductor) SAT Hyperion CDA67697 (CD) SAT SAT 10.45am New Releases SAT Stephen Plaistow talks to Andrew about a new box set of SAT recordings by pianist Sviatoslav Richter. With extracts from SAT the following: SAT SAT Richter in Hungary (1945-1993) SAT BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonata No 11 in B flat major Op 22; Piano SAT Sonata No 28 in A major Op 101; Piano Sonata No 1 in F minor SAT Op 2 No 1; Piano Sonata No 7 in D major Op 10 No 3; Piano SAT Sonata No 9 in E major Op 14 No 1; Piano Sonata No 12 in A SAT flat major Op 26 'March Funebre'; BRAHMS: Intermezzo in A SAT minor Op 118 No 1; Intermezzo in E flat minor Op 118 No 6; SAT LISZT: Valse oubliee S 215; Gnomenreigen S145 No 2; SAT Liebestraum S541 No 2; Harmonies poetiques et religieuses S SAT 154 No 9; Liebestraum S541 No 3 in A flat major; SCHUMANN: SAT Piano Concerto in A minor Op 54*; Toccata in C major Op 7; SAT Novelletten Op 21 Nos 1 and 2; etc SAT For more details see: SAT http://www.bmcrecords.hu/pages/frameset/langchange_en.php?kod=171 SAT Sviatoslav Richter (piano) / *Hungarian State Philharmonic SAT Orchestra / *Janos Ferencsik (conductor) SAT BMC BMC171 (14CD budget) SAT SAT 11.50am Disc of the Week SAT PERGOLESI: Missa S. Emidio; Salva Regina in F minor; E dover SAT che le luci – Manca la guida al pie; Laudate pueri Dominum SAT Veronica Cangemi (soprano) / Sara Mingardo (contralto) / SAT Coro della Radiotelevisione Svizzera / Orchestra Mozart / SAT Claudio Abbado (conductor) SAT Archiv Produktion 4778463 (CD) SAT SAT 12:15 Music Matters b00rs4rx (Listen) SAT Carlo Gesualdo, Stephen Kovacevich, Eliza Carthy SAT SAT Adultery witchcraft and murder on Music Matters today as SAT presenter Tom Service explores the music of the Renaissance SAT composer who's perhaps best known for murdering his wife SAT Carlo Gesualdo. The author of a new book on the composer SAT Glenn Watkins guides us through Gesualdo's bewildering life. SAT Pianist Stephen Kovacevich appears on the show ahead of his SAT performance of Takemitsu and Schubert at Wigmore Hall in SAT London and the latest on how folk music is shaping the SAT national identity of the English with star of the folk world SAT Eliza Carthy. SAT SAT Stephen Kovacevich SAT SAT On Music Matters this week Tom Service meets pianist Stephen SAT Kovacevich. Born in Los Angeles he moved to London at the SAT age of 18 and studied with Dame Myra Hess. He has since SAT performed and recorded extensively and enjoyed critical SAT acclaim for his interpretations of Beethoven Brahms Mozart SAT and Schubert. SAT SAT Stephen talks to Tom about the mild stroke he suffered in SAT 2007 his return to the concert platform and his musical heroes. SAT SAT Gesualdo SAT SAT The Italian Renaissance Composer Carlo Gesualdo is infamous SAT for the murder of his first wife and her lover his enjoyment SAT of self-flagellation and his encounters with witchcraft and SAT poison. However he also composed some of the most tortuously SAT exquisitely chromatic music ever written. SAT SAT Tom talks to Glenn Watkins author of ‘The Gesualdo Hex’ and SAT Michael Sandle who was inspired by the composer to create SAT the massive sculpture ‘Monumentum pro Gesualdo’. We also SAT hear from The Kings Singers on the challenges of singing SAT this astonishing music. SAT SAT Llandaff Cathedral Organ SAT SAT This weekend sees the public unveiling of the largest SAT cathedral instrument to be built in this country in almost SAT 50 years – the new organ of Llandaff Cathedral. Consisting SAT of 4.870 pipes this ‘King of Instruments’ is an impressive SAT feat of artistry craftsmanship and engineering. SAT SAT Tom visits the cathedral to hear the organ in action and SAT talks to Andrew Moyes of Nicholson & Co who built the SAT instrument organist Richard Moorhouse and Dean of the SAT cathedral the Rev John Lewis. SAT SAT English Folk SAT SAT What does it mean to play English folk music in today’s SAT multi-cultural world? New research by Trish Winter and Simon SAT Keegan-Phipps of the University of Sunderland explores the SAT current English folk scene and investigates issues of SAT national and cultural identity. SAT SAT Tom talks to the authors of the report and meets Eliza SAT Carthy one of the figureheads of today’s folk scene who SAT talks about how her English identity relates to her music. SAT And we hear from some regulars at Sharp’s Folk Club North SAT London. SAT SAT 13:00 The Early Music Show b00rs4s1 (Listen) SAT Music for Holy Saturday SAT SAT Lucie Skeaping presents a programme of music written for SAT Holy Saturday including settings of Lamentations and SAT Tenebrae Responsories by Palestrina Lobo Gesualdo and Morales. SAT SAT Carlo Gesualdo SAT Plange quasi virgo (from Tenebrae Responsories for Holy SAT Saturday) SAT The Tallis Scholars Peter Phillips SAT Gimell SAT CDGIM 015 SAT SAT Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina SAT Quomodo obsuratum est aurum (from 3rd book of Lamentations SAT for Holy Saturday) SAT The Choir of Westminster Cathedral Martin Baker Master of SAT Music SAT Hyperion SAT CDA67610 SAT SAT Juan de Esquivel Barahona SAT O Vos omnes SAT A Capella Portuguesa Bernadette Nelson & Owen Rees directors SAT Hyperion SAT CDA66867 SAT SAT Mark Morales SAT Incipit oratio Jeremiae prophetae (from Lamentations for SAT Holy Saturday) SAT Doulce Mémoire Denis Raisin Dadre director SAT Astrée Naïve SAT E8878 SAT SAT Victoria SAT Ecce quomodo moritur (from Tenebrae on Holy Saturday) SAT The Choir of Westminster Cathedral David Hill Master of SAT Music SAT Hyperion SAT CDA66304 SAT SAT Alonso Lobo SAT Lamentations SAT The King’s Singers SAT Signum Classics SAT SIGCD 119 SAT SAT 14:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00rpvyk (Listen) SAT The Jerusalem String Quartet SAT SAT The Jerusalem String Quartet returns to the Wigmore Hall in SAT London to perform a concert broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 SAT introduced by Fiona Talkington. SAT SAT Mozart String Quartet in D K575 SAT Ravel String Quartet in F. SAT SAT Service announcement SAT SAT This edition of the Lunchtime Concert is not available to SAT listen to online. We apologise for any inconvenience. SAT SAT 15:00 World Routes b00rs4s9 (Listen) SAT Ravi Shankar Birthday SAT SAT Mark Tully surveys the career of Ravi Shankar who celebrates SAT his 90th birthday on 7th April. He looks back on an SAT interview recorded with Ravi Shankar ten years ago and SAT introduces some of his classic recordings. SAT SAT The interview was recorded in 2000 for a World Routes SAT programme to mark Ravi Shankar's 80th birthday and Ravi SAT Shankar recalls his early life performing in Paris his SAT collaborations with Yehudi Menuhin and George Harrison and SAT talks about his eventful love-life. We also drop in on a SAT lesson with Ravi's daughter Anoushka. Mark Tully is a writer SAT and broadcaster who for many years was the BBC's Delhi SAT correspondent. SAT SAT Produced by Roger Short SAT SAT Raga Devgiri Bilawal SAT Ravi Shankar; accompanied by Alla Rakha (tabla) SAT Album: Ravi Shankar Rare and Glorious SAT Saregama Records CDNFC 150918-9 SAT SAT Ravi Shankar: Sare Jahan Se Achchha SAT Bismillah Khan SAT Album: Bismillah Khan SAT Regal Classics D/ELRZ 13 SAT SAT Raga Piloo SAT Ravi Shankar SAT Album: The Ravi Shankar Collection –West meets East SAT Angel 567180-2 SAT SAT Shankar: Homage to Mahatma Gandhi SAT Ravi Shankar SAT Album: Ravi Shankar – The Master SAT DG 4778798 SAT SAT Shanti Mantra SAT Ravi Shankar SAT Album: Ravi in Celebration - Highlights SAT Angel Records 55617-2 SAT SAT Raga Shudh Kalyan SAT Ravi Shankar SAT Album: Ravi Shankar Rare and Glorious SAT Saregama Records CDNFC 150918-9 SAT SAT Ravi Shankar and Mark Tully SAT SAT 16:00 Jazz Library b00rxbp8 (Listen) SAT Trombonist Al Grey was one of the most distinctive soloists SAT in big band jazz working with many of the most famous swing SAT orchestras. In an archive interview recorded just before his SAT death ten years ago this month Al selects his key recordings SAT with among others Count Basie Lionel Hampton and Dizzy SAT Gillespie. SAT SAT With his gap-toothed grin pith helmet and extrovert trombone SAT style Al Grey was one of the most colourful characters in SAT jazz. He and Alyn Shipton first met when Radio 3 broadcast SAT Lionel Hampton's Golden Men of Jazz for whom Al was musical SAT director. They kept in touch and not long before Al's death SAT in April 2000 Alyn visited him at his home in Great Neck SAT Long Island to pick the trombonist's favourite recordings SAT from his voluminous catalogue. SAT SAT Count Basie SAT I Needs to be Be’ed With SAT Q. Jones SAT Snooky Young Joe Newman Thad Jones Wendell Culley tp; SAT Billy Mitchell Charlie Fowlkes Frank Foster Frank Wess SAT Marshall Royal saxes; Al Grey Benny Powell Henry Coker tb; SAT Count Basie p; Eddie Jones b; Freddie Green g; Sonny Payne SAT d. New York City 18-20 Dec 1958. SAT Roulette SAT CDP7972712 SAT SAT Lionel Hampton SAT Rag Mop SAT Anderson / Willis SAT Benny Bailey Duke Garrette Ed Mullens Leo Shepherd Walter SAT Williams tp; Al Grey Paul Lee Higaki Benny Powell Jimmy SAT Wormick tb Bobby Plater Jerome Richardson as; Johnny Board SAT Curtis Lowe Billy Williams ts; Lonnie Shaw bs; Lionel SAT Hampton v Doug Duke p; Wes Montgomery g; Roy Johnson b; SAT Ellis Bartee d; Jimmy Scott Sonny Parker voc. New York City SAT 5 Jan 1950. SAT Naxos SAT 8.120766 SAT SAT Dizzy Gillespie SAT Dizzy’s Blues SAT Gillespie SAT Dizzy Gillespie cond tp; Ernie Henry Jimmy Powell as; Benny SAT Golson Billy Mitchell ts; Pee Wee Moore bs; Lee Morgan Talib SAT Dawud Emmett Perry Carl Warwick tp; Melba Liston Al Grey Ray SAT Connors tb; Wynton Kelly p; Paul West b; Charlie Persip d. SAT Newport Jazz Festival 6 July 1957. SAT Verve SAT 314513875-2 CD 1 SAT SAT Count Basie SAT Makin Whoopee SAT Kahn / Donaldson arr Thad Jones SAT Count Basie p; Thad Jones Joe Newman John Anderson Snooky SAT Young tp; Harry Coker Benny Powell A Grey tb; Marshall Royal SAT Frank Foster Frank Wess William Mitchell Charlie Fowlkes SAT saxes; Freddie Green g; Eddie Jones b; S Payne d. New York SAT City 28 Dec 1959. SAT EMI Japan SAT 9634 SAT SAT Frank Sinatra with Count Basie SAT I’ve Got You Under My Skin SAT Porter SAT Frank Sinatra voc; Count Basie p; Quincy Jones cond arr; SAT Bobby Plater Eric Dixon Charlie Fowlkes Marshall Royal Eddie SAT "Lockjaw" Davis reeds; Al Aarons George "Sonny" Cohn Wallace SAT Davenport Phil Guilbeau tp; Henderson Chambers Al Grey SAT Grover Mitchell tb; Bill Hughes b tb; Freddie Green g; SAT Norman Keenan b; Percival "Sonny" Payne d. Sands Hotel Las SAT Vegas 26 Jan / 1 Feb 1966. SAT Reprise SAT 7599270372 SAT SAT Count Basie SAT Bag a Bones SAT Neal Hefti SAT Count Basie p; Freddie Green g; Frank Wess Marshall Royal SAT Charlie Fowlkes Ernie Wilkins Bill Graham Frank Foster Floyd SAT Johnson Paul Quinichette Billy Mitchell reeds; Reunald Jones SAT Joe Newman Joe Wilder Paul Campbell Snooky Young Thad SAT Jones Wendell Culley Charlie Shavers Johnny Mandel tp; SAT Henderson Chambers Henry Coker Al Grey Benny Powell Bill SAT Hughes tb; Gus Johnson Sonny Payne d; Jose Mangual Ubaldo SAT Nieto perc. New York 4 Apr 1958. SAT Essential Jazz Albums SAT EJA 047 SAT SAT Tony Bennett SAT She’s Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good SAT Ellington SAT Tony Bennett v; Wynton Marsalis tp; Al Grey tb; Ralph SAT Sharon p; Paul Langosch b; Gary Sargent g; Clayton Cameron SAT d; orchestra arranged & conducted by Jorge Calandrelli. New SAT York 1999. SAT Sony SAT CK 63668 SAT SAT Harry "Sweets" Edison SAT I May Be Wrong But I Think You’re Wonderful SAT Sullivan / Harry Ruskin SAT Harry “Sweets” Edison tp; Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis ts; Al Grey SAT tb; Art Hillery p; John Heard b; Roy McCurdy d. Hollywood CA SAT 15 Dec 1982. SAT Original Jazz Classics SAT 682 710 SAT SAT Lionel Hampton’s Golden Men of Jazz SAT Hamp’s Boogie Woogie SAT Buckner / Hampton SAT Lionel Hampton vib; Al Grey tb; Hank Jones p; Milt Hinton SAT b; Grady Tate d. Blue Note Club New York City June 1991. SAT Telarc SAT 83308 SAT SAT 17:00 Jazz Record Requests b00rs4ts (Listen) SAT Geoffrey Smith presents a selection of listeners' jazz SAT requests. SAT SAT Wynton Marsalis SAT Oh but on the Third Day (Happy Feet Blues) (JRR Signature SAT Tune) SAT Wynton Marsalis SAT Wynton Marsalis (tp) Marcus Roberts (p) Todd Williams (ts) SAT Dr Michael White (cl) Danny Barker (bj) Teddy Riley (tp) SAT Freddie Lonzo (tb) Reginald Veal (b) Herlin Riley (d) SAT Recorded: 28 October 1988 SAT 1989 CD CBS 465129 2 SAT SAT The Rhythmakers SAT Bugle Call Rag SAT Jack Pettis Billy Meyers Elmer Schoebel SAT Billy Banks & his Orchestra: Henry "Red" Allen (tp v) Billy SAT Banks (v) Jack Bland (g) Eddie Condon (bj) Al Morgan (b) SAT Jimmy Lord (cl) Pee Wee Russell (cl ts) Joe Sullivan (p) SAT Recorded: 18 April 1932 New York (2:45) SAT 2006 CD Retrieval RTR79049 SAT SAT Charlie Shavers SAT Flow Gently Sweet Rhythm SAT Bloom SAT Charlie Shavers conducts the John Kirby Orchestra SAT Recorded: 1955 (3:43) SAT 1959 LP Gala GLP 357 SAT SAT Blossom Dearie SAT I’m Hip SAT Bob Dorough Dave Frishberg SAT Blossom Dearie (v p) Jeff Clyne (b) Johnny Butts (d) SAT Recorded: 1966 (2:38) SAT 1998 CD Redial 5586832(1) SAT SAT The Four Freshmen SAT You Stepped Out of a Dream SAT Nacio Herb Brown Gus Kahn SAT Ross Barbour Bob Flanigan Ken Errair Don Barbour (v) Frank SAT Rosolino Harry Betts Jr. Milt Bernhardt Tommy Pederson SAT George Roberts (tb) Claude Williamson (p) Barney Kessel (g) SAT Joe Mondragon (b) Shelly Manne (d) SAT Recorded: 1955 (2:20) SAT Capitol LC 6812 SAT SAT Jan Garbarek SAT Lillekort SAT Jan Garbarek John Abercrombie Nana Vasconcelos SAT Jan Garbarek (ss) John Abercrombie (mandolin guitar) Nana SAT Vasconcelos (talking drum perc) SAT Recorded: December 1980 Oslo (4:54) SAT 2002 CD ECM: rarum II SAT SAT Scott Hamilton SAT Jitterbug Waltz SAT Fats Waller SAT Scott Hamilton (ts) John Bunch (p) Dave Green (b) Steve SAT Brown (d) SAT Recorded: 5 – 6 June 2000 (7:34) SAT 2001 CD Concord Jazz. CCD4939 SAT SAT Trio of Doom SAT Para Oriente SAT Tony Williams SAT Trio of Doom: John McLaughlin (g) Jaco Pastorius (b) Tony SAT Williams (d) SAT Recorded: 8 March 1979 (5:40) SAT 2007 CD Columbia 82796964502(1) SAT SAT Ruby Braff SAT Keeping Out of Mischief Now SAT Fats Waller SAT Ruby Braff (tp) Vic Dickenson (tb) Edmond Hall (cl) Sir SAT Charles Thompson (p) Steve Jordan (g) Walter Page (b) Les SAT Erskine (d) SAT Recorded: 1953 (5:52) SAT Vanguard VCD 79608-2 SAT SAT Billie Holiday SAT Lover Man SAT J Davis R Ramirez J Serman SAT Toots Camarata and Orchestra: Russ Case (tp) Jack Cressey SAT Hymie Schertzer (as) Larry Binyon Paul Ricci (ts) Dave SAT Bowman (p) Carl Kress (g) Haig Stephens (b) Johnny Blowers SAT (d) Toots Camarata (arr conductor) plus six unkown strings. SAT Recorded: 4 October 1944 (3:15) SAT 2000 CD Verve 549 081-2 SAT SAT The Kenny Clarke - Francy Boland Big Band SAT Sabbath Message SAT Francy Boland SAT Kenny Clarke - Francy Boland Big Band: Kenny Clarke (d) SAT Francy Boland (p arr) Carl Drevo Ronnie Scott Billy Mitchell SAT (ts) Shahib Shihab (bs ft) Benny Bailey Idrees Sulieman SAT Jimmy Deuchar Maffy Falay Roger Guerin Edmund Arnie (tp) SAT Ake Persson Nat Peck Erich Kleinschuster Raymond Katarzynski SAT Keg Johnson (tb) Derek Humble (as) Jimmy Woode Jr. (b) Joe SAT Harris (timp) Fats Sadi (bj) SAT Recorded: 25 – 26 January 1963 (5:26) SAT 2009 CD Jazz Lips JL764 SAT SAT Sonny Rollins SAT God Bless the Child SAT Holiday Herzog SAT Sonny Rollins (ts) Jim Hall (g) Bob Cranshaw (b) Harry SAT Saunders (d) SAT Recorded: 30 January 1962 (7:24) SAT 1992 CD Bluebird ND90633(1) SAT SAT 18:00 Opera on 3 b00rs4t8 (Listen) SAT Live from the Met, Verdi's Aida SAT SAT Set in the ancient Egypt of the pharaohs and with a masterly SAT combination of grand set-pieces including the spectacle of SAT its swaggering Triumphal March and intimate scenes Aida SAT tells the story of the Ethiopian slave girl who finds that SAT her lover and her father are on the opposite sides of SAT warring nations. A love rival to her princess employer she SAT chooses to be buried alive with her lover Radames rather SAT than endure life without him. SAT Commissioned for the opening of the Suez Canal Verdi's Aida SAT has been a staple of the repertory ever since its 1871 SAT Egyptian premiere and is probably the greatest music ever SAT written to celebrate an artificial waterway. Chinese SAT soprano-of-the-moment Hui He takes the title role and the SAT internationally renowned Italian tenor Salvatore Licitra SAT plays her lover. SAT SAT Presented by Margaret Juntwait with guest commentator Ira SAT Siff. There will be live backstage interviews and the Met SAT Quiz during the two intervals. SAT SAT Aida: Hui He (soprano) SAT Radames: Salvatore Licitra (tenor) SAT Amneris: Dolora Zajick (mezzo-soprano) SAT Amonasro: Carlo Guelfi (baritone) SAT King of Egypt: Stefan Kocán (bass) SAT Ramfis (Chief Priest): Carlo Colombara (bass) SAT High Priestess: Elizabeth DeShong (soprano) SAT Messenger: Diego Torre (tenor) SAT Marco Armiliato: conductor SAT Chorus and Orchestra of Metropolitan Opera. SAT SAT 22:00 Between the Ears b00c0bst (Listen) SAT UK Crossfade SAT SAT From the Oxford English Dictionary: SAT SAT cross-fade: to 'fade in' one sound or picture while 'fading SAT out' another. SAT SAT This 'Between the Ears' charts a journey in sound through SAT the UK moving from west to east and north to south in a SAT series of long very slow and sometimes almost imperceptible SAT fades from one location to another. SAT SAT This is a journey in sound alone - a journey without a SAT presenter interviews or script. SAT SAT At the heart of the programme are location recordings and SAT sound-scapes from a wide range of places across the country SAT - from the morning boats in a Devon harbour to an evening on SAT the seafront in Skegness via the daytime streets and quads SAT of Oxford and a street parade in Spalding to the sounds of SAT rural Scotland and urban Lancashire. SAT SAT The journey follows a simple pattern which listeners are SAT invited to puzzle out for themselves. SAT SAT Producers: John Goudie and Alan Dein. SAT SAT 22:30 Hear and Now b00rs4vc (Listen) SAT Kurt Schwertsik SAT SAT Ivan Hewett interviews Viennese composer Kurt Schwertsik a SAT man who studied under Kagel and Stockhausen but turned his SAT back on the astringent modernism of Darmstadt to follow his SAT own musical path with a belief in the inherent validity of SAT tonality and a firm desire to discover new musical textures. SAT SAT Kurt Schwertsik: SAT ...in keltischer Manier... Concerto for Alphorn and Small SAT Orchestra op. 27 (12:40) SAT Nury Guarnaschelli (alphorn) SAT Deutsche Radiophilharmonie SAT Michael Sanderling (conductor) SAT SAT Kurt Schwertsik: Irdische Klange cycle SAT Irdische Klange Symphony op.37 (17:00) SAT Uluru op.64 (17:36) SAT Funf Naturstucke op.45 (15:36) SAT Mit den Riesenstiefeln op.60 (5:21) SAT BBC Philharmonic SAT H.K. Gruber (conductor). SAT SAT SUN SUNDAY 04 APRIL 2010 SUN SUN 00:00 Jazz Library b00nh600 (Listen) SUN Rashied Ali SUN SUN Until his untimely death in 2009 Rashied Ali was widely SUN regarded as the doyen of free jazz drummers. He made his SUN name in John Coltrane's quartet and went on to a wide range SUN of musical activity in the forty-two years since Coltrane's SUN death. SUN SUN More of a colourist than a rhythm player Rashied Ali changed SUN the role of jazz drumming for ever. In a candid interview SUN with Alyn Shipton he explains the importance of John SUN Coltrane to his life and work and selects the finest records SUN they made together before also selecting highlights of his SUN discs with Marion Brown Archie Shepp Eddie Henderson and his SUN own bands. SUN SUN Rashied Ali Quintet SUN Lourana SUN Clark SUN Rashied Ali - drums Joris Teepe - bass Greg Murphy - piano SUN Lawrence Clark - sax Josh Evans - trumpet. SUN Survival SUN 126 SUN SUN John Coltrane SUN Compassion SUN Coltrane SUN John Coltrane Pharoah Sanders ts; McCoy Tyner p; Jimmy SUN Garrison b; Elvin Jones d; Rashied Ali d. 23 Nov 1965 SUN Impulse SUN 11992 SUN SUN Archie Shepp SUN The Mac Man SUN Shepp SUN Archie Shepp ts; Bobby Hutcherson vib; Henry Grimes b; SUN Rashied Ali d; Ed Blackwell rhythm logs. 12 August 1965. SUN Impulse SUN GRP 11252 SUN SUN John Coltrane SUN Peace on Earth (opening) SUN Coltrane SUN John Coltrane ts; Alice Coltrane p; Jimmy Garrison b; SUN Rashied Ali d. 22 July 1966. SUN Impulse SUN 55XD5734 CD 1 SUN SUN John Coltrane SUN Venus SUN Coltrane SUN John Coltrane ts; Rashied Ali perc. 22 Feb 1967. SUN Impulse SUN GRP 11102 SUN SUN John Coltrane SUN Manifestation SUN Coltrane SUN John Coltrane ts; Pharoah Sanders ts fl; Alice Coltrane p; SUN Jimmy Garrison b; Rashied Ali drums. Ray Appleton percussion SUN Feb 2 1966. SUN Impulse SUN 515 SUN SUN Marion Brown SUN Why Not SUN Brown SUN Marion Brown as; Stanley Cowell p; Norris Jones b; Rashied SUN Ali d. 1966. SUN ESP Disk SUN 1040 SUN SUN Eddie Jefferson with Rashied Ali's Quintet SUN Pennies from Heaven SUN Burke/Johnson SUN Eddie Jefferson voc; Benny Wilson b; Marvin Blackman ts; SUN Marsha Frazier p; Rashied Ali d. Rec 1976. SUN Blue Music SUN 884502153941 SUN SUN Rashied Ali with Prima Materia SUN Iris SUN Coltrane SUN Allan Chase ts; Louis Belogenis ts; Greg Murphy p; Wilber SUN Morris b; Rashied Ali d. 2009. SUN Blue Music SUN 884502153958 SUN SUN 01:00 Through the Night b00rs4wl (Listen) SUN Susan Sharpe presents rarities archive and concert SUN recordings from Europe's leading broadcasters SUN 01:01AM SUN Beethoven Ludwig van (1770-1827) SUN Christus am Olberge (The Mount of Olives) (Op.85) SUN Olga Pasiecznik (soprano) Corby Welch (tenor) Marcus SUN Niedermeyr (bass) Das Neue Orchester Oslo Cathedral Choir SUN Christoph Spering (conductor) [recorded on 1st March 2002 SUN 01:49AM SUN Touchemoulin Joseph (1727-1801) SUN Sinfonia in C major SUN Neue Düsseldorfer Hofsmusik SUN 02:09AM SUN Paderewski Ignacy Jan (1860-1941) SUN Two works - Nocturne in B flat ( Op.16 No.4) & Dans le SUN désert (Op.15) SUN Kevin Kenner (piano) SUN 02:22AM SUN Saint-Saëns Camille (1835-1921) SUN Symphony No.3 in C minor 'Organ Symphony' (Op.78) SUN Karstein Askeland (organ) Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra SUN Alexander Vedernikov (conductor) SUN 03:01AM SUN Veracini Francesco (1690-1768) SUN Overture VI for 2 oboes bassoon & strings SUN Michael Niesemann & Alison Gangler (oboes) Adrian Rovatkay SUN (bassoon) Musica Antiqua Köln Reinhard Goebel (conductor) SUN 03:12AM SUN Palestrina Giovanni Pierluigi da (c.1525-1594) SUN Stabat Mater for 8 voices SUN Silvia Piccollo and Teresa Nesci (sopranos) Marco Beasley SUN (tenor) Furio Zanasi (bass) Paolo Crivellaro (organ) Alberto SUN Rasi (viola da gamba) Theatrum Instrumentorum Chorus of SUN Swiss Radio Lugano Diego Fasolis (conductor) SUN 03:19AM SUN Welffens Peter (1924-2003) SUN Stabat Mater SUN Flemish Radio Choir Members of Flemish Radio Orchestra Johan SUN Duijck (conductor) SUN 03:36AM SUN Wagner Richard (1813-1883) SUN Siegfried's Rhine Journey - from Götterdämmerung (1876) SUN Zagreb Philharmonic Lovro von Mata?i? (conductor) SUN 03:55AM SUN Bach Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) SUN Partita for keyboard No.6 in E minor (BWV.830) SUN Ilze Graubina (piano) SUN 04:26AM SUN Bacheler Daniel (c.1574-c.1610) SUN Pavan SUN Nigel North (lute) SUN 04:32AM SUN Demantius Christoph (1567-1643) SUN Intraden und Tänze - from Conviviorum Deliciae Nuremburg SUN 1608 SUN Hortus Musicus Andrew Mustonen SUN 04:42AM SUN Haydn Franz Joseph (1732-1809) SUN Symphony No.39 in G minor SUN Danish Radio Sinfonietta Adam Fischer (conductor) SUN 05:01AM SUN Anonymous Medieval Armenian SUN Donemk [We celebrate] - Easter melody SUN Isabel Bayrakdarian (soprano) Chamber Orchestra Raffi SUN Armenian (conductor) SUN 05:04AM SUN Anonymous Medieval Armenian arranged by Archbishop SUN Z.Aznavorian SUN Ov Bardeezban (Easter Melody .. O Gardener) SUN Isabel Bayrakdarian (soprano) Chamber Orchestra Raffi SUN Armenian (conductor) SUN 05:08AM SUN Traditional Armenian/Georgian arr. Alpha SUN Caucasian Suite SUN Alpha SUN 05:18AM SUN Le Roux-Obradovic Maya (b.196?) SUN Maya Le Roux-Obradovic (guitar) Sinfonietta Belgrade SUN Aleksandar Vujic (conductor) SUN 05:34AM SUN Bach Carl Philipp Emanuel (1714-1788) SUN Rondo in C minor (Wq.594) SUN Andreas Staier (pianoforte after Anton Walter Wien 1791 made SUN by Monika May Marburg 1986) SUN 05:40AM SUN Dvorák Antonín (1841-1904) SUN Legend No.1 in D minor (Op.59) SUN Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Stefan Robl (conductor) SUN 05:44AM SUN Brahms Johannes (1833-1897) SUN Sonata in F minor (Op.120 No.1) for clarinet or viola and SUN piano SUN Martin Fröst (clarinet) Thomas Larcher (piano) SUN 06:06AM SUN Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) SUN Horn Concerto in E flat (K.495) SUN David Pyatt (horn) Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra Robert King SUN (conductor) SUN 06:22AM SUN Zelenka Jan Dismas (1679-1745) SUN 2 Lamentations for Maundy Thursday -- from Lamentationes SUN Jeremiæ prophetæ (ZWV.53)(1722) SUN René Jacobs (counter-tenor & director) Kurt Widmer (bass) SUN Instrumental soloists of Schola Cantorum Basiliensis SUN 06:46AM SUN Avison Charles (1709-1770) SUN Concerto Grosso No.4 in A minor (after Domenico Scarlatti) SUN Tafelmusik Jeanne Lamon (director). SUN SUN 07:00 Breakfast b00rs4wn (Listen) SUN SUN 10:00 Sunday Morning b00rs4x3 (Listen) SUN "Faith" SUN SUN Today is the most important day in the Christian calendar SUN Easter Sunday and so building from this great festival Iain SUN Burnside looks out to the wider realm of "faith" in music SUN drawing on examples from Beethoven Bernstein and Holst. SUN SUN Producer: Lyndon Jones SUN Email: sundaymorning@bbc.co.uk SUN A Perfectly Normal Production for BBC Radio 3. SUN SUN 12:00 Private Passions b00rs4yl (Listen) SUN Archbishop Bernard Longley SUN SUN On this Easter Sunday edition of Private Passions Michael SUN Berkeley meets the newly-appointed Roman Catholic Archbishop SUN of Birmingham Bernard Longley. He studied singing at the SUN Royal Northern College of Music and at New College Oxford SUN and music has always been a great passion in his life. His SUN choices include the famous Notturno movement from Borodin's SUN Second String Quartet - a piece associated with the musical SUN 'Kismet' which his mother particularly loved - and the SUN epilogue of Arnold Bax''s Third Symphony a work which SUN deserves to be heard more often. There's also the harrowing SUN ending of Poulenc's opera 'Dialogues des Carmelites' - which SUN Bernard Longley greatly admires as bearing witness to the SUN courage and sacrifice of the Carmelite nuns during the SUN French Revolution - as well as sacred choral music by Verdi SUN - the Rex tremendae from the Requiem; Messiaen - his SUN exquisite motet 'O sacrum convivium' which Bernard Longley SUN sang when he was a member of the choir at New College SUN Oxford; Vaughan Williams - the Kyrie from the Mass in G SUN minor sung by the choir of Westminster Cathedral where SUN Bernard Longley worked before his appointment to Birmingham; SUN and Elgar - an extract from 'The Dream of Gerontius' first SUN performed in Birmingham's Town Hall and forever linked with SUN the words of Cardinal Newman a crucial figure in the life of SUN the Birmingham Roman Catholic diocese. SUN SUN Alexander Borodin SUN String Quartet No. 2 in D (3rd movement Notturno) SUN The Lindsays SUN ASV CD DCA 1143 SUN SUN Giuseppe Verdi SUN Rex tremendae (includes Salva me)(from the Requiem) SUN Maria Stader (soprano) Marianna Radev (mezzo soprano) Helmut SUN Krebs (tenor) Kim Borg (bass) Choir of St Hedwig’s Cathedral SUN RIAS Chamber Choir RIAS Symphony Orchestra Berlin/Ferenc SUN Fricsay SUN DG 447 442-2 SUN SUN Olivier Messiaen SUN O sacrum convivium SUN performers: The Choir of New College Oxford/Edward SUN Higginbottom David Newsholme (organ) SUN AVIE AV 2084 SUN SUN Arnold Bax SUN Third Symphony (epilogue to the 3rd movement finale) SUN BBC Philharmonic/Vernon Handley SUN CHANDOS 10122(5) SUN SUN Francis Poulenc SUN Dialogues des Carmélites (Act 3 tableau 4 Place de la SUN Révolution) SUN Brigitte Fournier (Constance) Catherine Dubosc (Blanche) SUN Choir and Orchestra of Lyon Opera/Kent Nagano SUN VIRGIN 759227-2 SUN SUN Ralph Vaughan Williams SUN Mass in G (Kyrie) SUN Westminster Cathedral Choir/Martin Baker SUN HYPERION CDA 67503 SUN SUN Sir Edward Elgar SUN Sanctus fortis (from The Dream of Gerontius) SUN John Mitchinson (Gerontius) CBSO/Simon Rattle SUN EMI CDS 749549-2 SUN SUN 13:00 The Early Music Show b00rtcnm (Listen) SUN A Medieval Easter SUN SUN Catherine Bott introduces highlights of a concert of SUN medieval Easter music from Ensemble Peregrina recorded at SUN the 2009 York Early Music Festival. The concert was entitled SUN Crux: Christian meditations on the meaning of mortal life SUN and spans 5 centuries of music for the Thursday of Holy Week SUN Good Friday and for Easter Sunday itself. SUN SUN Anon (13th century) SUN Quis tibi Christe meritas (conductus) SUN Ensemble Peregrina SUN BBC recording SUN SUN Anon (9th century) SUN Christus factus est pro nobis (gradual) SUN Ensemble Peregrina SUN BBC recording SUN SUN Anon (13th century) SUN Luget Rachel (conductus) SUN Kelly Landerkin Lorenza Donadini (voices) SUN BBC recording SUN SUN Anon (13th century) SUN O labilis sortis (conductus) SUN Kelly Landerkin Lorenza Donadini (voices) SUN BBC recording SUN SUN Anon (14th century) SUN Clavus pungens (conductus) SUN Kelly Landerkin Lorenza Donadini (voices) SUN BBC recording SUN SUN Anon (13th century) SUN Vineum meam plantavi (rondellus) SUN Ensemble Peregrina SUN BBC recording SUN SUN Anon (13th century) SUN Veri florus sub figura (conductus) SUN Ensemble Peregrina SUN BBC recording SUN SUN Anon (14th century) SUN Surgit Christus cum tropheo (sequence) SUN Ensemble Peregrina SUN BBC recording SUN SUN Anon (14th century) SUN Victimae paschali laudes (sequence) SUN Ensemble Peregrina SUN BBC recording SUN SUN Anon (13th century) SUN Mors vite propitia (rondellus) SUN Ensemble Peregrina SUN BBC recording SUN SUN 14:00 Radio 3 Requests b00rs4yn (Listen) SUN Fiona Talkington plays more listeners' favourites including SUN Beethoven's Archduke Trio at the hands of Barenboim du Pré SUN and Zukerman as well as Bach's Magnificat from Philippe SUN Herreweghe. Sardinian Traditional Easter music is performed SUN by singer Elena Ledda and there's a rare chance to hear a SUN British Harpsichord concerto composed by a man who became a SUN casualty of 'friendly fire' and died in 1942 in the Libyan SUN desert. SUN SUN Trad SUN Elena Ledda/Simonetta Soro (vocals) SUN Laudatu Sempre Siat (trad arr ME Ledda SUN CD Cantendi a deus SUN SARDCD0011          SUN SUN Walter LEIGH SUN Concertino for Harpsichord and String Orchestra (1934) SUN Trevor Pinnock (harpsichord) SUN London Philharmonic Orchestra SUN LYRITA SRCD.289  SUN SUN Hector Berlioz SUN Les Francs Juge – Overture SUN Staatskapelle Dresden SUN Sir Colin Davis (conductor) SUN RCA 09026 687902 SUN SUN Johann Sebastian Bach SUN Magnificat BWV 243 SUN Barbara Schlick (sopranos) SUN Agnès Mellon (sopranos) SUN Gérard Lesne (alto) SUN Howard Crook (tenor) SUN Peter Kooy (bass) SUN La Chapelle Royale & Collegium Vocale SUN Philippe Herreweghe  (conductor) SUN HARMONIA MUNDI HM901326 SUN SUN Igor Stravinsky SUN Sonata for Two Pianos SUN Benjamin Frith Peter Hill (pianos) SUN NAXOS 8.553386 SUN SUN Giovanni BONONCINI           SUN Per la gloria d’adorarvi in the setting in the opera SUN Luciano Pavarotti (tenor) SUN Orchestra del Teatro Comunale di Bologna SUN Richard Bonynge (conductor) SUN DECCA 417 006-2 SUN SUN Ludwig van Beethoven SUN Piano Trio in B Flat ‘Archduke’ Op.97 SUN Daniel Barenboim (piano) SUN Pinchas Zukerman (violin) SUN Jacqueline du Pré (cello) SUN EMI CMS 7631242 SUN SUN Trad SUN Elena Ledda SUN Simonetta Soro SUN Mauro Palmas SUN Marcello Peghin SUN Andrea Ruggeri SUN Celesti Tesoru  (trad/ME Ledda) SUN SUN 16:00 Choral Evensong b00rwxsd (Listen) SUN On Easter Day live from York Minster SUN SUN Introit: Hæc Dies (Wood) SUN Responses: Smith SUN Psalms: 113 114 118 (Moore Bairstow Jackson) SUN First Lesson: Isaiah 43 vv1-21 SUN Canticles: Wood in F (Collegium Regale) SUN Second Lesson: John 20 vv19-23 SUN Anthem: Blessed be the God and Father (SS Wesley) SUN Homily: The Very Revd Keith Jones Dean of York SUN Final Hymn: Ye choirs of new Jerusalem (St Fulbert) SUN Te Deum in C (Stanford) SUN Organ Voluntary: Toccata Op. 104 (Jongen) SUN SUN Director of Music: Robert Sharpe SUN Organist: John Scott Whiteley. SUN SUN 17:00 Discovering Music b00rs4yq (Listen) SUN Ravel Piano Concertos SUN SUN Stephen Johnson considers the background and music to SUN Ravel's two contrasting concertos for piano with the BBC SUN National Orchestra of Wales conducted by Pascal Rophe and SUN French pianist Roger Muraro. SUN SUN Ravel's two concertos for piano were written almost SUN simultaneously in the late 1920s and were among the last SUN orchestral works that Ravel composed. They are remarkable in SUN many ways not least for the contrast that one provides with SUN the other. The Concerto for the Left-Hand was commissioned SUN for the pianist Paul Wittgenstein brother of the famous SUN philosopher who had lost his right arm in the First World SUN War. Ravel created a virtuosic single movement work which SUN emerges from the sombre depths of the orchestral to grow SUN into a powerful statement of triumph over adversity. Stephen SUN Johnson unpicks the piece examining some of Ravel's SUN imaginative writing for the left-hand. SUN SUN The G major Piano Concerto was written for the French SUN pianist Marguerite Long and is characterised with some of SUN the fashionable sounds of the day. The three movement SUN concerto is heavily influenced by the sounds of jazz and as SUN Stephen Johnson argues the sound of the Parisian music hall. SUN Stephen also examines the influence of Mozart on the SUN concerto especially in the beautiful and emotionally charged SUN slow movement. SUN SUN The programme includes complete performances of both works SUN and there will be an opportunity to see a visualisation of SUN the programme on the Discovering Music website. SUN SUN 18:30 The Choir b00rs4ys (Listen) SUN Buddhist Chant SUN SUN With vocal techniques like no other singers Buddhist monks SUN maintain a unique yet largely unrecognised musical style. SUN Aled Jones travels to a Tibetan centre in South London to SUN hear the amazing sounds they produce and meets the musician SUN who gave up his successful IT career to learn the SUN tradition's secrets. Plus a look at how choirs fare when SUN they tackle music from well outside their national style as SUN the Dutch sing Renaissance English polyphony Americans SUN tackle Purcell and the British reinvent themselves as South SUN Americans and Russians. SUN SUN Gyütö Monks SUN Sangwa Düpa SUN ELEKTRA NONESUCH 979198-2 SUN SUN The Gyuto Monks SUN Mahakala (excerpt) SUN RYKODISCS SUN SUN Gaden Shartse Monks (with instruments) SUN Mila de Shag Gyad (medicine Buddha chant) SUN SACRED HEALING CHANTS OF TIBET SUN SUN Nuns From Jangchub Choeling Nunnery SUN Gaden Lhagya SUN TIBET ‘Sacred Voice’ SUN SUN Tashi Lhunpo Monks SUN Dolma Puja SUN TASHI LHUNPO TLM250489 SUN SUN Tashi Lhunpo Monks SUN Om Mani Padme Hum SUN TASHI LHUNPO TLM250489 SUN SUN Tashi Lhunpo Monks SUN Ngag-ki-rolyang (orchestral) SUN TASHI LHUNPO TLM250489 SUN SUN Quire SUN Chimwemwe wa Jesu SUN QUIRE PILGRIM SUN SUN Traditional (USA Spiritual) SUN Deep River SUN King’s Singers SUN SIGNUMSIGCD021 SUN SUN Traditional (Lapland) SUN Joik SUN Enkelit SUN ENKELIT SUN SUN Traditional (Cataluna) SUN El Cant dels Ocells SUN Coro Cervantes Olazt Saitua (soprano) Carlos Aransay SUN (conductor) SUN SIGNUM SIGCD0196 SUN SUN Robert Parsons SUN Ave Maria SUN The Gents Peter Dijkstra (conductor) SUN CHANNEL CLASSICS CCS 18998 SUN SUN John Farmer SUN Fair Phyllis I Saw SUN Quink Vocal Ensemble SUN TELARC CD80328 SUN SUN Traditional (Wales) arr. Mack Wilberg SUN All Through the Night SUN Mormon Tabernacle Choir Craig Jessop or Mack Wilberg SUN (conductor) SUN MTC 017 SUN SUN Orlando Gibbons SUN Drop Drop slow Tears SUN Banchieri Singers SUN CORK INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL 2003 SUN SUN Henry Purcell SUN Rejoice in the Lord Always (excerpt) SUN David Cordier (counter-tenor) John Elwes (tenor) Peter Kooy SUN (bass) Tölz Boys’ Choir instrumentalists Gustav Leonhardt SUN (conductor) SUN SONY SK53981 SUN SUN Henry Purcell SUN Rejoice in the Lord Always (excerpt) SUN Kai Wessel (counter-tenor) William Kendall (tenor) Peter SUN Kooy (bass) Choir and orchestra of Collegium Vocale Philippe SUN Herreweghe (conductor) SUN HARMONIA MUNDI HMC901462 SUN SUN Richard Rodgers SUN I’m gonna wash that man right out my hair SUN Miladies’ Chorus SUN YLE Recording SUN SUN Sir John Stainer SUN God So loved the World (from ‘The Crucifixion’) SUN National Lutheran Choir SUN SUN Peter Klatzow SUN An Evening Prayer SUN Commotio Matthew Berry (conductor) SUN HERALD HAVPCD316 SUN SUN Sir Charles Villiers Stanford SUN The Bluebird SUN RIAS Chamber Choir SUN HARMONIA MUNDI HMC901734 SUN SUN 20:00 Drama on 3 b009jh4c (Listen) SUN Cyrano de Bergerac SUN by Edmond Rostand SUN adapted for radio by John Tydeman SUN SUN Cyrano de Bergerac is perhaps the greatest classic romance. SUN Set in 17th century France it features the eponymous SUN poet-swordsman with a misshapen nose but abundant panache SUN who falls hopelessly in love with the beautiful Roxane. She SUN alas loves another the dashing Gascon soldier Christian de SUN Neuvillette and Cyrano finds himself acting as the young SUN suitor's ghost writer pouring out exquisite love poems to SUN win the day. SUN This production uses Anthony Burgess's fine verse SUN translation of Rostand's ever-popular play. Cyrano is played SUN by Kenneth Branagh Roxane by Jodhi May and Christian by Tom SUN Hiddleston. They make the most not only of the passion and SUN poetry and the famously moving conclusion but also the SUN humour which threads through the play. SUN SUN Cyrano - Kenneth Branagh SUN Roxane - Jodhi May SUN De Guiche - John Shrapnel SUN Christian - Tom Hiddleston SUN Rageuneau - Jimmy Yuill SUN Montfleury - Stephen Critchlow SUN Bellerose/Capuc - Hugh Dickson SUN Le Bret - Gerard Horan SUN Carbon/Cuigy - John McAndrew SUN Ligniere - Steve Hodson SUN Duenna/Marthe - Frances Jeater SUN Mother Superior -Susan Jamieson SUN Sister Claire -Joannah Tincey SUN Valvert - Oliver Le Sueur SUN SUN Director: David Timson SUN Engineer: Norman Goodman SUN Producer: Nicolas Soames SUN An Ukemi production for Radio 3. SUN SUN 22:15 Words and Music b00rs4zx (Listen) SUN The Doors of Perception SUN SUN The unifying idea behind this edition of Words and Music is SUN that reality is variable and personal. The texts read by Jim SUN Broadbent and Miranda Richardson cover the best part of 2000 SUN years from the Bible's Book of Revelation to last year's SUN "Late" by Christopher Reid. SUN SUN It's striking that despite the various ways of coming to SUN that reality (religion a refined sensibility illness SUN mind-altering drugs) these visions share many similarities. SUN The weird animal hell-on-earth of Revelation is echoed in SUN Thomas De Quincey's opium nightmares; Baudelaire's bedroom SUN (while he's on a high at least) is as perfect and SUN intoxicating as the heavenly paradise described by the SUN fourth-Century St Ephrem. Coleridge's trippy "Kubla Khan" SUN features another Oriental paradise with hints of something SUN disturbing but distant; Alice's mushroom has very peculiar SUN effects. The experience of Julian of Norwich alternating SUN between ecstasy and pain and the fevered ravings of Sylvia SUN Plath are strangely similar; Blake sees the infinite in the SUN small and apparently insignificant and after a long marriage SUN Christopher Reid still feels the presence of his dead wife. SUN Funnily enough it's Aldous Huxley with his rather too well SUN organised mescalin experiment who stays earthbound. The SUN music ranges from Bach to Zappa by way of (among others) SUN Mahler Ravel Debussy Messiaen Crumb and Cage. SUN SUN Mahler at his most free time-stand-still and eastern SUN provides the background for the first three texts beginning SUN with excerpts from Blake’s “Auguries of Innocence” and “The SUN Marriage of Heaven and Hell”. In just a handful of lines SUN Blake demonstrates the mind’s limitless scope if only “the SUN doors of perception were cleansed”. SUN SUN So the journey through a variety of perceptions is begun. SUN First stop an intoxicating Paradise (one of several we will SUN encounter) courtesy of St Ephrem the Syrian. Staying in the SUN orient Ravel’s “Asie” leads us to one of our three opium SUN addicts Samuel Taylor Coleridge and his drugs poem “Kubla SUN Khan” – his is a paradise with sinister (if distant) echoes. SUN And this oriental fantasy with its “sunny pleasure dome with SUN caves of ice” is evoked by Grainger’s chiming arrangement of SUN Debussy’s “Pagodes”. Beside Coleridge’s vivid fantasy Aldous SUN Huxley’s trouser-gazing during his mescalin experiment SUN appears a mite prosaic. SUN SUN A sharp shock from George Crumb’s “Black Angels” plunges us SUN headlong into The Book of Revelation. The locusts’ buzzing SUN becomes the “sound of chariots of many horses running to SUN battle” with one of Frank Zappa’s psychedelic bass lines. SUN Next a frenetic nightmare chase by Bartok into the SUN drug-induced dreams of that most famous of SUN nineteenth-century addicts Thomas De Quincey. A family man SUN De Quincey is woken by his adoring children and a Bach aria SUN that seems to combine both innocence and sadness. SUN SUN A hookah-smoking caterpillar a mushroom and a little girl. SUN Like so much she imbibes in Lewis Carroll’s book Alice finds SUN that eating the mushroom has peculiar results; Grace Slick’s SUN “White Rabbit” lists both those and others. With the SUN unlikely paring of Messiaen at his most dreamily spiritual SUN and addict No. 3 Charles Baudelaire our trip has really SUN taken off. But with a knock on the door reality soon hits SUN home and his hateful life resumes with all the bleakness of SUN a Shostakovich Quartet. SUN SUN Julian of Norwich alternates between ecstasy and unbearable SUN pain to the tune of John Sheppard’s “Media in vita morte SUN sum” and Shubert’s Quintet introduces and ends Sylvia SUN Plath’s fevered ravings. To close Christopher Reid’s SUN movingly understated “Late” and time to reflect with Cage’s SUN static and dreamy “In a Landscape”. SUN SUN David Papp producer SUN SUN 00:00’00 SUN Gustav Mahler SUN Symphony No. 7 SUN 1st movement [excerpt] SUN Chicago Symphony Orchestra SUN Claudio Abbado (conductor) SUN Deutsche Grammophon 455 513-2 tr. 5 SUN 00:01’03” SUN William Blake SUN Auguries of Innocence [beginning] SUN Read by Miranda Richardson SUN 00:02’18” SUN William Blake SUN The Marriage of Heaven and Hell [excerpt] SUN Read by Jim Broadbent SUN 00:03’03” SUN Gustav Mahler SUN Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection” SUN 5th movement [excerpt] SUN City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra SUN Simon Rattle (conductor) SUN EMI CDS 7 47962 8 tr. 7 SUN 00:03’23” SUN St Ephrem the Syrian SUN Hymns on Paradise: Hymn VI [excerpt] SUN Read by Miranda Richardson SUN 00:05’07” SUN Maurice Ravel SUN Asie (from Shéhérazade) [excerpt] SUN Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo) SUN Cleveland Orchestra SUN Pierre Boulez (conductor) SUN Deutsche Grammophon 477 5082 tr.1 SUN 00:09’06” SUN Samuel Taylor Coleridge SUN Kubla Khan: or A Vision in a Dream SUN Read by Jim Broadbent SUN 00:011’47” SUN Claude Debussy (arranged Percy Grainger) SUN Pagodes [excerpt] SUN City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra SUN Simon Rattle (conductor) SUN EMI 5 56412 2 tr. 14 SUN 00:14’37” SUN Aldous Huxley SUN The Doors of Perception [excerpt: Huxley looks at his SUN trousers] SUN Read by Jim Broadbent SUN 00:16’40” SUN George Crumb SUN Black Angels [excerpt] SUN Kronos Quartet SUN Nonesuch 7559-79242-2 tr. 1 SUN 00:16’47” SUN St John the Divine SUN Book of the Revelation of St John: Chapter 9 verses 2 - 9 SUN Read by Miranda Richardson SUN 00:18’42” SUN Frank Zappa SUN Prelude to King Kong SUN Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention SUN Zappa Records CDD ZAP 3 CD 1 tr. 13 SUN 00:22’06” SUN Béla Bartók SUN The Chase (from The Miraculous Mandarin) SUN London Symphony Orchestra SUN Claudio Abbado (conductor) SUN Deutsche Grammophon 410 598-21 tr. 9 SUN 00:23’08” SUN Thomas De Quincey SUN Confessions of an English Opium-Eater [excerpt: De Quincey’s SUN opium nightmare] SUN Read by Jim Broadbent SUN 00:25’01” SUN Bach SUN Aria: Kommt ihr angefochtnen Sünder (from Cantata No. 30) SUN Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (mezzo) SUN Orchestra of Emmanuel Music SUN Craig Smith (conductor) SUN Avie AV2130 tr. 1 SUN 00:33’42” SUN Lewis Carroll SUN Alice in Wonderland [excerpt: Alice and the caterpillar] SUN Read by Miranda Richardson SUN 00:36’54” SUN Grace Slick SUN White Rabbit SUN Jefferson Airplane SUN RCA 828796 7917 2 CD 1 tr. 8 SUN 00:39’19” SUN Olivier Messiaen SUN Louange à l’Éternité (from Quatuor pour la fin du temps) SUN Steven Isserlis (cello) SUN Olli Mustonen (piano) SUN Decca 452 899-2 tr. 9 SUN 00:43’31” SUN Charles Baudelaire SUN La chambre double SUN Read by Jim Broadbent SUN 00:47’36” SUN Dmitri Shostakovich SUN String Quartet No. 11 in F minor: 3rd movement “Recitative” SUN Jerusalem Quartet SUN Harmonia Mundi HMC 901953 tr. 12 SUN 00:48’52” SUN John Sheppard SUN Media in vita in morte sum [excerpt] SUN Gabrieli Consort/Paul MacCreesh SUN DG 477 6605 tr. 6 SUN 00:50’08” SUN Julian of Norwich (translated by Julia Bolton Holloway) SUN Showing of Love: Chapter 15 [excerpt] SUN Read by Miranda Richardson SUN 00:54’04” SUN Schubert SUN String Quintet in C major: 2nd movement Adagio [excerpt] SUN Alban Berg String Quartet & Heinrich Schiff (cello) SUN EMI 5 66890 2 tr. 2 SUN 00:54’47” SUN Sylvia Plath SUN Fever 103° SUN Read by Miranda Richardson SUN 00:57’23” SUN Schubert SUN String Quintet in C major: 2nd movement Adagio [continued] SUN Alban Berg String Quartet & Heinrich Schiff (cello) SUN EMI 5 66890 2 tr. 2 SUN 01:03’42” SUN Christopher Reid SUN Late SUN Read by Jim Broadbent SUN 01:04’48” SUN Cage SUN In a Landscape SUN Alexei Lubimov (piano) SUN ECM 461 812-2 tr. 2 SUN SUN 23:30 Jazz Line-Up b00rs50b (Listen) SUN 10th Anniversary Edition SUN SUN Jazz Line-Up celebrates it's 10th anniversary with a special SUN concert recorded at the BBC Studios in Glasgow. SUN The programme's original and current presenter Claire Martin SUN is joined by her colleagues Julian Joseph and Kevin SUN LeGendre. SUN This celebration programme is recorded before an invited SUN audience at the BBC Studios in Glasgow (The programme's SUN base) and features an all-British cast including the SUN eclectic mix of Scottish reels and airs mixed with pungent SUN Jazz rhythms and textures in the form of Colin Steele's SUN Stramash. They are joined by one of the UK's top bassists SUN Geoff Gascoyne and his Pop Bop Band (named after his current SUN album) and featuring UK legendary guitarist Jim Mullen who SUN incidentally was the first music session artist on the first SUN Jazz Line-Up in 2000 . SUN The evening will be rounded off by Welsh-born keyboard ace SUN Gareth Williams leading his evocative Power Trio bringing a SUN unique electric feel to the set. SUN SUN Stramash SUN The Recurring Dream SUN Colin Steele (Trumpet) Phil Bancroft (Soprano/Tenor Sax) SUN Steve Hamilton (Piano) Stu Ritchie (Drums) Simon McKerrell SUN (Pipes/Whistles) Ally White (Fiddle)Eilidh Shaw (Fiddle) SUN Christine Hanson (Cello) Calum Gourley (Double Bass) Feargus SUN Hetherington (Fiddle/Viola) SUN Colin Steele SUN SUN Stramash SUN Steele’s Reels SUN Colin Steele (Trumpet) Phil Bancroft (Soprano/Tenor Sax) SUN Steve Hamilton (Piano) Stu Ritchie (Drums) Simon McKerrell SUN (Pipes/Whistles) Ally White (Fiddle)Eilidh Shaw (Fiddle) SUN Christine Hanson (Cello) Calum Gourley (Double Bass) Feargus SUN Hetherington (Fiddle/Viola) SUN Colin Steele SUN SUN Stramash SUN Farewell My Love SUN Colin Steele (Trumpet) Phil Bancroft (Soprano/Tenor Sax) SUN Steve Hamilton (Piano) Stu Ritchie (Drums) Simon McKerrell SUN (Pipes/Whistles) Ally White (Fiddle)Eilidh Shaw (Fiddle) SUN Christine Hanson (Cello) Calum Gourley (Double Bass) Feargus SUN Hetherington (Fiddle/Viola) SUN Colin Steele SUN SUN Stramash SUN The Bletherer SUN Colin Steele (Trumpet) Phil Bancroft (Soprano/Tenor Sax) SUN Steve Hamilton (Piano) Stu Ritchie (Drums) Simon McKerrell SUN (Pipes/Whistles) Ally White (Fiddle)Eilidh Shaw (Fiddle) SUN Christine Hanson (Cello) Calum Gourley (Double Bass) Feargus SUN Hetherington (Fiddle/Viola) SUN Colin Steele SUN SUN Stramash SUN Sunset over Loch Indaal SUN Colin Steele (Trumpet) Phil Bancroft (Soprano/Tenor Sax) SUN Steve Hamilton (Piano) Stu Ritchie (Drums) Simon McKerrell SUN (Pipes/Whistles) Ally White (Fiddle)Eilidh Shaw (Fiddle) SUN Christine Hanson (Cello) Calum Gourley (Double Bass) Feargus SUN Hetherington (Fiddle/Viola) SUN Colin Steele SUN SUN Stramash SUN View from the Round Church SUN Colin Steele (Trumpet) Phil Bancroft (Soprano/Tenor Sax) SUN Steve Hamilton (Piano) Stu Ritchie (Drums) Simon McKerrell SUN (Pipes/Whistles) Ally White (Fiddle)Eilidh Shaw (Fiddle) SUN Christine Hanson (Cello) Calum Gourley (Double Bass) Feargus SUN Hetherington (Fiddle/Viola) SUN Colin Steele SUN SUN Geoff Gascoyne Quartet SUN Ruby Love SUN Geoff Gascoyne (Electric Bass) Jim Mullen (Guitar) Graeme SUN Blevins (Alto Sax) Sebastian De Krom (Drums) SUN Cat Stevens SUN SUN Geoff Gascoyne Quartet SUN Don’t Give Up SUN Geoff Gascoyne (Electric Bass) Jim Mullen (Guitar) Graeme SUN Blevins (Alto Sax) Sebastian De Krom (Drums) SUN Peter Gabriel SUN SUN Geoff Gascoyne Quartet SUN The Happening SUN Geoff Gascoyne (Electric Bass) Jim Mullen (Guitar) Graeme SUN Blevins (Alto Sax) Sebastian De Krom (Drums) SUN Holland/Dozier/Holland SUN SUN Geoff Gascoyne Quartet SUN Star SUN Geoff Gascoyne (Electric Bass) Jim Mullen (Guitar) Graeme SUN Blevins (Alto Sax) Sebastian De Krom (Drums) SUN White/White SUN SUN Gareth William’s Power Trio SUN A Welshman in New York SUN Gareth Williams (Piano/Fender Rhodes) Alec Dankworth SUN (Electric Bass) Ian Thomas (Drums) SUN Gareth Williams SUN SUN Gareth William’s Power Trio SUN Seven Leaves SUN Gareth Williams (Piano/Fender Rhodes) Alec Dankworth SUN (Electric Bass) Ian Thomas (Drums) SUN Gareth Williams SUN SUN Gareth William’s Power Trio SUN For Alun Lewis Heddwyn and the others SUN Gareth Williams (Piano/Fender Rhodes) Alec Dankworth SUN (Electric Bass) Ian Thomas (Drums) SUN Gareth Williams SUN SUN Gareth William’s Power Trio SUN Holey Moley SUN Gareth Williams (Piano/Fender Rhodes) Alec Dankworth SUN (Electric Bass) Ian Thomas (Drums) SUN Gareth Williams SUN SUN MON MONDAY 05 APRIL 2010 MON MON 01:00 Through the Night b00rs53m (Listen) MON Susan Sharpe presents rarities archive and concert MON recordings from Europe's leading broadcasters MON 01:01AM MON Bach Carl Philipp Emanuel (1714-1788) MON Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu (Wq.240) MON Oratorio for 3 Solo Voices four-part Chorus and Orchestra MON Barbara Schlick (soprano) Christoph Prégardien (tenor) MON Stephen Varcoe (bass) Rheinische Kantorei Das Kleine Konzert MON Hermann Max (director) MON 02:14AM MON Rinck Johann Christian Heinrich (1770-1846) MON Flöten-Concert in F major - from Practische Orgelschule MON (Op.55 No.8) MON Dick Sanderman (organ) MON 02:32AM MON Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) MON Symphony No.33 (K.319) in B flat major MON Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra Manfred Honeck (conductor) MON 02:53AM MON Schubert Franz (1797-1828) MON Allegretto in C minor (D.915) MON Halina Radvilaite (piano) MON 03:01AM MON Grieg Edvard (1843-1907) MON String Quartet No.1 in G minor (Op.27) MON Yggdrasil String Quartet MON 03:38AM MON Chopin Frédéric (1810-1849) MON Four Nocturnes: Op.27 No.1; Op.27 No.2; Op.37 No.1; Op.37 MON No.2 MON Dubravka Tomsic (piano) MON 04:02AM MON Telemann Georg Philipp (1681-1767) MON Sonata for violin & basso continuo in A major MON Camerata Köln MON 04:11AM MON Bach Johann Ernst (1722-1777) MON Ode on 77th Psalm 'Das Vertrauen der Christen auf Gott' MON Rheinische Kantorei Das Kleine Konzert Hermann Max MON (conductor) MON 04:29AM MON Fauré Gabriel (1845-1924) MON Nocturne in E flat minor (Op.33 No.1) MON Stéphane Lemelin (piano) MON 04:36AM MON Rossini Gioachino (1792-1868) MON Overture - from Il Barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of MON Seville) MON Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra Alun Francis (conductor) MON 04:44AM MON Wieniawski Henryk (1835-1880) MON Kujawiak in A minor for violin and piano (1853) MON Krzysztof Jakowicz (violin) Krystyna Boruci?ska (piano) MON 04:48AM MON Dvorák Antonín (1841-1904) MON Overture Domov muj [My Home Land] (Op.62) MON Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Marián Vach (conductor) MON 05:01AM MON Nielsen Carl (1865-1931) MON Overture to Masquerade MON Norwegian Radio Orchestra Ari Rasilainen (conductor) MON 05:06AM MON Haydn Joseph (1732-1809) or possibly Pleyel Ignace MON (1757-1831) arranged by Harold Perry MON Divertimento in B flat Major (H.2.46) arranged for wind MON quintet MON Galliard Ensemble MON 05:15AM MON Kraus Joseph Martin (1756-1792) MON Sinfonie in D major (VB.143) MON Concerto Köln MON 05:34AM MON Ernesaks Gustav (1908-1993) MON My Fatherland you are my love MON Ühendkoor [Joint Choir] Gustav Ernesaks (conductor) MON 05:39AM MON Sibelius Jean (1865-1957) MON Jordens sång (Song of the Earth) (Op.93) (1919) MON The Academic Choral Society The Helsinki Cathedral Chorus MON Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra Ulf Söderblom (conductor) MON 05:57AM MON Butterworth Arthur (b. 1923) MON Romanza for horn and strings (1954) MON Martin Hackleman (horn) CBC Vancouver Orchestra Mario MON Bernardi (conductor) MON 06:08AM MON Beethoven Ludwig van (1770-1827) MON Symphony No.2 in D major (Op.36) MON Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra Manfred Honeck (conductor) MON 06:40AM MON Chopin Frédéric (1810-1849) arr. Liszt Franz (1811-1886) MON The Maiden's Wish (from 'Six Polish songs' S.480) MON Janina Fialkowska (piano) MON 06:44AM MON Jarzebski Adam (1590-1649) MON Corona Aurea: concerto à 2 for cornett and violin MON Bruce Dickey (cornett) Lucy van Dael (violin and conductor) MON Richte van der Meer and Reiner Zipperling (cellos) Jacques MON Ogg (harpsichord) Anthony Woodrow (double bass) MON 06:50AM MON Corelli Arcangelo (1653-1713) MON Concerto Grosso in F major (Op.6 No.9) MON The King's Consort Robert King (director). MON MON 07:00 Breakfast b00rs53r (Listen) MON MON 10:00 Classical Collection b00rs5nj (Listen) MON 10.00 Rossini MON La Cenerentola: Overture MON Academy of St Martin in the Fields MON Neville Marriner (conductor) MON PHILIPS 434 016 2 MON 10.08* Janacek MON Pohadka (Fairy-tale) MON Mikael Ericsson (cello) MON Frantisek Maly (piano) MON NAXOS 8.553895 MON 10.20* Delibes MON Coppelia: suite MON The Philadelphia Orchestra MON Eugene Ormandy (conductor) MON SONY CLASSICAL SBK CD46550 MON 10.34* Medtner MON Fairy tales: selection MON Hamish Milne (piano) MON CRD 3338 MON 10.45* Mahler MON Der Spielmann (Das Klagende Lied) MON Susan Dunn (soprano) MON Brigitte Fassbaender (mezzo-soprano) MON Markus Baur (boy alto) MON Werner Hollweg (tenor) MON Stadtischer Musikverein Dusseldorf MON Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra MON Riccardo Chailly (conductor) MON DECCA 425 719 2 MON 11.03* Schumann MON Marchenerzahlungen op 132 MON Eduard Brunner (clarinet) MON Kim Kashkashian (viola) MON Robert Levin (piano) MON ECM 4379572 MON 11.20* Pergolesi MON Stabat Mater MON The Building a Library recommendation from last Saturday's MON CD Review. MON MON 12:00 Composer of the Week b00rs5nl (Listen) MON Richard Strauss (1864-1949), 1883 MON MON Richard Strauss lived one of the longest lives of any MON composer. He was born in 1864 when the American Civil War MON was raging. By the time he died in 1949 two global conflicts MON had been fought and the world had changed entirely. This MON week Donald Macleod explores the music and stories from five MON distinct years of Strauss's life. We travel in time from the MON 19 year old Strauss's first forays as a professional MON composer to the final works of an old man exploring his MON personal and professional relationships as we go. MON MON In today's programme 1883 the year in which there was a MON changing of the guard in German music. Richard Wagner died MON and Richard Strauss had his first professional success. MON MON Richard Strauss MON Rote Rosen MON Edita Gruberova (soprano MON Friedrich Haider (piano) MON TELDEC 3984267952 MON MON Richard Strauss MON Horn Concerto no.1 in E flat major op.11 MON Lars-Michael Stransky (horn) MON André Previn (conductor) MON Vienna Philharmonic MON DG 4534832 MON MON Richard Strauss MON Suite for winds in B flat op.4 MON Netherlands Wind Ensemble MON Edo de Waart (director) MON PHILIPS 4387332 MON MON Richard Strauss MON Romanze for cello and orchestra MON Steven Isserlis (cello) MON Lorin Maazel (conductor) MON Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra MON RCA 74321753982 MON MON 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00rs85k (Listen) MON Mahan Esfahani MON MON Iranian born harpsichord player Mahan Esfahani in a recital MON broadcast live from Wigmore Hall in London. Today's MON programme features works from three composers all born in MON the year 1685 - Handel Bach and Domenico Scarlatti. Plus a MON work for harpsichord from the mid-20th Century. MON MON Handel MON Suite No. 2 in F HWV:427 MON MON Scarlatti MON Sonata in E Kk. 380 / L. 23 MON Sonata in D minor Kk. 213 Opus 0 MON Sonata in A minor Kk175 / L429 MON MON Bach Partita No. 2 in C minor BWV 826 MON MON Strauss : Capriccio Suite for Harpsichord. MON MON 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00rs5nq (Listen) MON Lucerne Festivals 2009, Episode 1 MON MON Louise Fryer presents the beginning of a week of recordings MON from the 2009 Lucerne Festivals. Since 2003 with the MON extraordinary group of hand-picked players of the Lucerne MON Festival Orchestra Claudio Abbado has inspired legendary MON performances. Today features both the LFO and its smaller MON sibling the Gustav Mahler Chamber Orchestra. MON MON Mahler: Rückert-Lieder MON Magdalena Kozena mezzo-soprano MON Lucerne Festival Orchestra MON Claudio Abbado conductor MON MON 2.25pm MON Wagner: Siegfried-Idyll MON Mahler Chamber Orchestra MON George Benjamin conductor MON MON George Benjamin: A Mind of Winter MON Claire Booth soprano MON Mahler Chamber Orchestra MON George Benjamin conductor MON MON 2.55pm MON Schumann: Symphony No. 2 in C major (Op. 61) MON Mahler Chamber Orchestra MON George Benjamin conductor MON MON Schubert: Variations in E minor on 'Trockene Blumen' from MON Die schone Mullerin MON Soloists of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra: MON Jacques Zoon flute MON Kirill Gerstein piano MON MON 4.00pm MON Mahler: Symphony No. 4 in G major MON Magdalena Kozena mezzo-soprano MON Lucerne Festival Orchestra MON Claudio Abbado conductor. MON MON 17:00 In Tune b00rs5nz (Listen) MON MON 19:00 Performance on 3 b00rs5pp (Listen) MON Mahler Symphony Cycle, Episode 1 MON MON Presented by Petroc Trelawny. MON The first of a major series of concerts for the next ten MON Monday evenings on Performance on 3 featuring the ongoing MON series of Mahler's Symphonies performed by Manchester's MON orchestras at the Bridgewater Hall celebrating 150 years MON since Mahler's birth. MON At his meeting with Sibelius in 1907 Mahler declared 'the MON symphony must be like the world. It must embrace MON everything.' Growing up in the Moravian countryside MON instilled in him a lifelong love of nature while other MON influences included dance bands and military music from the MON local barracks. MON Julian Johnson joins Petroc Trelawny to discuss the MON recurring themes of joy fear love and death which may have MON been rooted in Mahler's autobiography but which have a MON resonance to this day. MON MON Kurt Schwertsik: Nachtmusiken (BBC commission world MON premiere) MON MON Mahler: Symphony no.1 MON MON BBC Philharmonic conducted by Gianandrea Noseda MON MON Followed by Mahler songs: MON MON Mahler: Kindertotenlieder MON Thomas Quasthoff (baritone) MON Dresden Staatskapelle conducted by Zubin Mehta. MON MON 21:15 Night Waves b00rs5pr (Listen) MON Shakespeare MON MON James Shapiro and Stanley Wells are possibly the two MON dominant voices in contemporary Shakespeare criticism. MON Shapiro sprang to public attention after the publication his MON prize-winning study A Year in the Life of William MON Shakespeare: 1599 and this month sees the publication of his MON latest work Contested Will which examines the identity of MON the man who wrote the plays not just from the evidence of MON Shakespeare's time but through the many interpretations of MON the texts by generations of writers and thinkers. MON MON Stanley Wells Emeritus Professor of the Shakespeare MON Institute and general editor of The Oxford Shakespeare for MON 30 years. His latest book is a radical and often highly MON explicit exploration of the many references uses meanings MON and interpretations of sex and sexuality in the MON Shakespeare's works. MON MON In a rare opportunity to hear these two leading voices of MON Shakespeare studies together presenter Matthew Sweet MON examines with them the mind of the man who wrote the plays MON asking to what extent they can be taken as autobiographcal MON confession historical record political analysis or religious MON commentary. And he also talks to them about their passion MON for Shakespeare's work and the focus of contemporary MON Shakespeare scholarship. MON MON 22:00 Composer of the Week b00rs5nl (Listen) MON [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] MON MON 23:00 The Essay b00js86g (Listen) MON Henry, King of Kings, Henry as Renaissance Prince MON MON Lucy Wooding Lecturer in Early Modern History at King's MON College London looks behind the trappings of power which MON Henry VIII exhibited in the splendour of his court his vast MON building projects his banquets and his jewels and finds a MON man who felt his claim on the throne was tenuous and whose MON outward display hid these fears. MON MON Presenter: Lucy Wooding MON Producers: Neil Rosser MON (repeat). MON MON 23:15 Jazz on 3 b00rs5qq (Listen) MON Polar Bear MON MON Jez Nelson presents Mercury Nominated band Polar Bear MON recorded live in concert at The Garage Islington. Known for MON their genre-bending approach to music Polar Bear draw on MON everything from hip hop to metal but have their roots firmly MON in jazz. MON MON The band's 2005 album Held on the Tips of Fingers was MON shortlisted for the coveted Mercury Music Prize and recent MON fourth record Peepers is possibly their strongest to date MON with typically off kilter grooves and joyful twisting tunes. MON MON Drummer and composer Sebastian Rochford is joined by MON Leafcutter John on guitar and electronics tenor saxophonists MON Pete Wareham and Mark Lockheart and Tom Herbert on double MON bass. MON MON Presenter: Jez Nelson MON Producer: Robert Abel. MON MON Food MON Mictyris MON Composers: Iain Ballamy & Thomas Stronen MON ECM MON MON Little Women MON Throat V MON Composers: Travis Laplante Darius Jones Andrew Smiley & MON Jason Nazary MON AUM Fidelity MON MON Thelonious Monk MON Monk’s Point MON Thelonious Monk MON Sony MON MON Matthew Bourne & Geoff Smith MON May 29th MON Composers: Matthew Bourne & Geoff Smith MON Recorded live at the Fluid Piano launch at University of MON Surrey MON MON Thelonious Monk Quartet Plus Two MON Epistrophy MON Thelonious Monk MON Riverside MON MON Julian Argüelles MON Third Escapade MON Julian Arguelles MON Babel MON MON Sonic Youth MON (She’s in) A Bad Mood MON Composers: Kim Gordon Thurston Moore Lee Ranaldo & James MON Sclavunos MON Geffen MON MON Blacks MON Fall Back featuring P Money MON Composers: Denis Briggs & P Money MON Avalanche Music MON MON MON Line up: Seb Rochford (drums) Pete Wareham (tenor saxophone) MON Mark Lockheart (tenor saxophone) Tom Herbert (double bass) MON Leafcutter John (guitar and electronics) MON MON Polar Bear MON Bap Bap Bap MON Seb Rochford MON MON Polar Bear MON Hope Every Day is a Happy New Year MON Seb Rochford MON MON Polar Bear MON The Love Didn’t Go Anywhere MON Seb Rochford MON MON Polar Bear MON Drunken Pharaoh MON Seb Rochford MON MON Polar Bear MON Peepers MON Seb Rochford MON MON Polar Bear MON Fluffy MON Seb Rochford MON MON Polar Bear MON Happy For You MON Seb Rochford MON MON TUE TUESDAY 06 APRIL 2010 TUE TUE 01:00 Through the Night b00rs5vx (Listen) TUE Susan Sharpe presents rarities archive and concert TUE recordings from Europe's leading broadcasters TUE 01:01AM TUE Stravinsky Igor [1882-1971] TUE Fireworks (Op.4) TUE BBC Symphony Orchestra Ji?í B?lohlávek (conductor) TUE 01:05AM TUE Chabrier Emmanuel [1841-1894] TUE Ode a la musique vers. for soprano female chorus & orchestra TUE Ailish Tynan (soprano) BBC Symphony Chorus (choir) BBC TUE Symphony Orchestra Ji?í B?lohlávek (conductor) TUE 01:16AM TUE Tchaikovsky Pyotr Il'yich [1840-1893] TUE Concerto for piano and orchestra no. 3 (Op.75) in E flat TUE major TUE Stephen Hough (piano) BBC Symphony Orchestra Ji?í B?lohlávek TUE (conductor) TUE 01:31AM TUE Poulenc Francis [1899-1963] TUE Concerto for 2 pianos and orchestra in D minor TUE Katia Labèque (piano) Marielle Labèque (piano) BBC Symphony TUE Orchestra Ji?í B?lohlávek (conductor) TUE 01:49AM TUE Berio Luciano [1925-2003] TUE Polka for 2 pianos TUE Katia Labèque (piano) Marielle Labèque (piano) TUE 01:51AM TUE Elgar Edward [1857-1934] TUE In the south (Alassio) - overture (Op.50) TUE BBC Symphony Orchestra Ji?í B?lohlávek (conductor) TUE 02:13AM TUE Brahms Johannes [1833-1897] TUE Rhapsody for contralto male chorus & orchestra (Op.53) TUE Alice Coote (soprano) BBC Symphony Chorus (choir) BBC TUE Symphony Orchestra Ji?í B?lohlávek (conductor) TUE 02:27AM TUE Bruckner Anton [1824-1896] TUE Psalm 150 for soprano chorus and orchestra in C major TUE Ailish Tynan (soprano) BBC Symphony Chorus (choir) BBC TUE Symphony Orchestra Ji?í B?lohlávek (conductor) TUE 02:37AM TUE Schumann Robert [1810-1856] TUE Frauenliebe und -leben (Op.42) TUE Daniela Lehner (mezzo soprano) Jose Luis Gayo (piano) TUE 03:01AM TUE Merkel Gustav Adolf (1827-1885) TUE Fantasie No.3 in D minor (Op.176) TUE Jaap Zwart jr (organ) [Recorded on the 1806 Rudolf Knol TUE organ of St Stephanuskerk Hassalt] TUE 03:10AM TUE Anonymous Armenian (C.4th-5th) arranged by Petros TUE Shoujounian TUE Amen Hayr Soorp (Doxology) TUE Isabel Bayrakdarian (soprano) Chamber Orchestra Raffi TUE Armenian (conductor) TUE 03:16AM TUE Anonymous-Medieval Armenian arranged by Petros Shoujounian TUE Pats Mez Der (Open for us Lord) TUE Isabel Bayrakdarian (soprano) TUE 03:19AM TUE St. Gregory of Nareg (C.10th) arranged by Petros Shoujounian TUE Havoon Havoon (The Fowl) TUE Isabel Bayrakdarian (soprano) Elmer Iseler Singers & Chamber TUE Orchestra Raffi Armenian (conductor) TUE 03:24AM TUE Françaix Jean (1912-1997) TUE Serenade for small orchestra TUE Canadian Chamber Ensemble Raffi Armenian (conductor) TUE 03:34AM TUE Kilar Wojciech (b. 1932) TUE Orawa for string orchestra (1988) TUE Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra Wojciech Rajski (conductor) TUE 03:43AM TUE Schubert Franz [1797-1828] TUE Arpeggione Sonata for cello and piano (D.821) in A minor TUE Andreas Brantelid (cello) Bengt Forsberg (piano) TUE 04:06AM TUE Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) TUE Duet: Fra gli amplessi - from Così fan tutti TUE Isabel Bayrakdarian (soprano) [Fiordiligi] Michael Schade TUE (tenor) [Ferrando] Canadian Opera Company Orchestra Richard TUE Bradshaw (conductor) TUE 04:13AM TUE Debussy Claude (1862-1918) TUE Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune TUE Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra Simone Young (conductor) TUE 04:24AM TUE Chopin Fryderyk [1810-1849] TUE Waltz for piano (Op.18) in E flat major "Grande valse TUE brillante" TUE Ingrid Fliter (piano) TUE 04:30AM TUE Grieg Edvard (1843-1907) TUE Holberg Suite (Op.40) TUE Norwegian Chamber Orchestra Terje Tønnesen (conductor) TUE 04:49AM TUE Albinoni Tomaso (1671-1751) TUE Concerto for 2 oboes strings and basso continuo (Op.9/9) TUE European Union Baroque Orchestra Roy Goodman (director) TUE 05:01AM TUE Scarlatti Domenico [1685-1757] TUE Sonata (Kk.87) in B minor TUE Mahan Esfahani (harpsichord) TUE 05:04AM TUE Brumel Antoine (c.1460-c.1515) TUE Agnus Dei - 'Et ecce terrae motus' [for 12 voices] TUE Huelgas Ensemble; Paul van Nevel (director) TUE 05:11AM TUE Brahms Johannes [1833-1897] TUE Sextet for strings no. 2 (Op.36) in G major TUE Aronowitz Ensemble (ensemble) TUE 05:52AM TUE Holborne Anthony (1560-1602) TUE Muy linda Pavan Galliard - from Pavans Galliards Almains and TUE Other Short Aeirs Both Graue and Light (1599) TUE The Canadian Brass TUE 05:57AM TUE Byrd William (c.1543-1623) TUE Pavan and galliard for keyboard in G major (MB.28.70) TUE 'Quadran' TUE Aapo Häkkinen (harpsichord) TUE 06:11AM TUE Glinka Mikhail Ivanovich (1804-1857) TUE Valse-fantasie in B minor for orchestra TUE Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Stefan Robl (conductor) TUE 06:19AM TUE Ravel Maurice (1875-1937) TUE La Valse for 2 pianos TUE Ouellet-Murray Duo: Claire Ouellet & Sandra Murray (pianos) TUE 06:31AM TUE Sibelius Jean (1865-1957) TUE Valse Triste TUE BBC Philharmonic Orchestra Yan Pascal Tortelier (conductor) TUE 06:37AM TUE Lindberg Nils (b. 1933) TUE Shall I compare thee to a Summer's day? TUE Yggdrasil String Quartet TUE 06:40AM TUE Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) TUE Overture: Don Giovanni TUE Danish Radio Sinfonietta conductor Adam Fischer TUE 06:47AM TUE Grieg Edvard (1843-1907) TUE 4 piano pieces (Op.1) TUE Christian Ihle Hadland (piano). TUE TUE 07:00 Breakfast b00rs5vz (Listen) TUE TUE 10:00 Classical Collection b00rs5w1 (Listen) TUE 10.00 Humperdinck TUE Hansel and Gretel: conclusion of Act II TUE Sandman: Barbara Bonney (soprano) TUE Hansel: Ann Murray (mezzo-soprano) TUE Gretel: Edita Gruberova (soprano) TUE Dresden Staatskapelle TUE Colin Davis (conductor) TUE PHILIPS 438 013-2 TUE 10.11* Prokofiev TUE Overture on Hebrew Themes TUE Ensemble Walter Boeykens TUE HARMONIA MUNDI HMC901419 TUE 10.21* C.P.E. Bach TUE Concerto in G WQ 43 no 5 for harpsichord TUE Trevor Pinnock (harpsichord/director) TUE The English Concert TUE CRD 3411 TUE 10.34* Schubert TUE Der Zwerg TUE Thomas Quasthoff (baritone) TUE Charles Spencer (piano) TUE RCA 09026 61864 2 TUE 10.38* Schubert TUE Der Doppelganger TUE Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) TUE Gerald Moore (piano) TUE DG 415 188 2 TUE 10.42* Schubert TUE Erlkonig TUE Bryn Terfel (baritone) TUE Malcolm Martineau (piano) TUE DG 445 294 2 TUE 10.47* Stravinsky TUE The Fairy's Kiss TUE Royal Scottish National Orchestra TUE Neeme Jarvi (conductor) TUE CHANDOS 241-8 TUE 11.33* Beethoven TUE Piano Sonata in C sharp minor op 27 no 2 "Moonlight" TUE Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano) DECCA 410 260 2 TUE 11.50* Dvorak TUE O Silver Moon (Rusalka) TUE Renee Fleming (soprano) TUE London Symphony Orchestra TUE Georg Solti (conductor) TUE DECCA 455 760 2. TUE TUE 12:00 Composer of the Week b00rs5w3 (Listen) TUE Richard Strauss (1864-1949), 1894 TUE TUE In the second snapshot from the life of Richard Strauss TUE Donald Macleod finds himself in 1894 the year Strauss TUE married the redoubtable Pauline. TUE TUE Richard Strauss TUE Ständchen TUE Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) TUE Gerald Moore (piano) TUE EMI CMS7639952 TUE TUE Richard Strauss TUE Guntram (Act 2 Conclusion) TUE Sandor Sólyom-Nagy (The Old Duke) TUE Ilona Tokody (Freihild) TUE Hungarian Army Chorus TUE Hungarian State Orchestra TUE Eve Queler (director) TUE CBS M2K39737 TUE TUE Richard Strauss TUE Op.27 songs: Ruhe meine Seele Cäcilie Heimliche Aufforderung TUE Morgen TUE Margaret Price (soprano) TUE Wolfgang Sawallisch (piano) TUE EMI CDC7479482 TUE TUE Richard Strauss TUE Ein Heldenleben (The Hero The Hero’s Adversaries The Hero’s TUE Companion) TUE San Francisco Symphony TUE Herbert Blomstedt (conductor) TUE DECCA 4365962 TUE TUE 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00rpw84 (Listen) TUE Bach, Joanna McGregor TUE TUE Romantic Bach 1/4 TUE TUE Joanna MacGregor performs the iconic Goldberg Variations in TUE a new series from the City Halls in Glasgow celebrating the TUE enduring legacy of Bach through the romantic era to the TUE modern day.Joanna MacGregor piano TUE TUE BACH TUE Goldberg Variations BWV988. TUE TUE 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b00rs5w7 (Listen) TUE Lucerne Festivals 2009, Episode 2 TUE TUE Louise Fryer presents more from the 2009 Lucerne Festival TUE including performances from Europe's top groups under their TUE principal conductors: the Gustav Mahler Chamber Orchestra TUE with Daniel Harding and the Berlin Philharmonic with Sir TUE Simon Rattle. TUE TUE Schumann: Das Paradies und die Peri (Op. 50) TUE Mahler Chamber Orchestra TUE Daniel Harding conductor TUE TUE 3.25pm TUE Brahms: Clarinet Sonata in E flat major (Op.120 No. 2) TUE Jörg Widmann (clarinet) TUE Yefim Bronfmann (piano) TUE TUE Britten: The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra (Op. 34) TUE Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra TUE Sir Simon Rattle conductor TUE TUE 4.05pm TUE Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique (Op. 14) TUE Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra TUE Sir Simon Rattle conductor. TUE TUE 17:00 In Tune b00rs5wk (Listen) TUE TUE 19:00 Performance on 3 b00rs5wm (Listen) TUE Britten Sinfonia/Shave TUE TUE Petroc Trelawny presents a concert from the Easter at King's TUE series recorded last weekend in King's College Cambridge. TUE Arvo Pärt: Fratres TUE JS Bach: Cantata "Ich habe genug" BWV.82 TUE Haydn: Symphony no. 30 in C major "Alleluja" TUE Erkki-Sven Tüür: Action-Passion-Illusion TUE Mozart: Exsultate Jubilate K.165 TUE Britten Sinfonia directed by Jacqueline Shave (violin) TUE with soprano Lucy Crowe TUE TUE Followed by early Mahler songs sung by Ailish Tynan with TUE pianist Ingrid Fliter. TUE TUE 21:15 Night Waves b00rs5x8 (Listen) TUE Philip Pullman TUE TUE Philip Pullman's name often appears whenever anyone is TUE compiling a list of the best writers in Britain. It also TUE tends to appear whenever there's a reckoning of authors TUE sceptical about organised religion. Even an endorsement a TUE few years ago from the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan TUE Williams of Pullman's most famous work His Dark Materials TUE did little to dispel this notion. Now the flames of TUE controversy are likely to flare up again with the TUE publication of his new book -- The Good Man Jesus and the TUE Scoundrel Christ. The book which fulfils a promise Pullman TUE made to the Archbishop to write about Jesus and his place in TUE Christian worship is a re-telling of the Bible story. TUE Pullman uses it to examine the way in which the Christian TUE Church formulated its beliefs and established a canon of TUE scripture and at the same time explores his long-standing TUE fascination with the figure of Christ himself. TUE TUE Philip Dodd meets Pullman at his home in Oxfordshire and in TUE Night Waves we hear the outcome: a conversation that should TUE range from religion and literature to contemporary politics TUE and civic duty. TUE TUE 22:00 Composer of the Week b00rs5w3 (Listen) TUE [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] TUE TUE 23:00 The Essay b00js8g2 (Listen) TUE Henry, King of Kings, Henry Tudor and God TUE TUE Lucy Wooding Lecturer in Early Modern History at King's TUE College London looks behind the trappings of power which TUE Henry VIII exhibited in the splendour of his court his vast TUE building projects his banquets and his jewels and finds a TUE man who felt his claim on the throne was tenuous and whose TUE outward display hid these fears. TUE TUE Presenter: Lucy Wooding TUE Producers: Neil Rosser TUE (repeat). TUE TUE 23:15 Late Junction b00rs5xz (Listen) TUE Fiona Talkington with new music from electronic duo Autechre TUE spoken word from Ursula Rucker and a recording by tabla TUE virtuoso Zakir Hussain. TUE TUE WED WEDNESDAY 07 APRIL 2010 WED WED 01:00 Through the Night b00rs68l (Listen) WED Susan Sharpe presents rarities archive and concert WED recordings from Europe's leading broadcasters WED 01:01AM WED Monteverdi Claudio (1567-1643) WED Amor che deggio far? WED 01:05AM WED Io son pur vezzosetta pastorella WED 01:08AM WED Augellin che la voce al canto spieghi WED 01:12AM WED Castello Dario (1590-1644) WED Sonate Decima a 3 WED 01:19AM WED Monteverdi Claudio (1567-1643) WED Lettera amorosa (Se i languidi miei sguardi) WED Gianluca Ferrarini (tenor) WED 01:26AM WED Chi vol haver felice e lieto il core WED 01:29AM WED Lamento della ninfa WED 01:35AM WED Chiome d'oro bel thesoro WED 01:38AM WED Uccellini Marco (c.1603-1680) WED Sonata sopra la Bergamasca WED 01:42AM WED Monteverdi Claudio (1567-1643) WED Vaga su spin'ascosa WED 01:46AM WED O come sei gentile caro augellino WED 01:50AM WED Tirsi e Clori (from libro VII de madrigali - Venice 1619) WED 01:58AM WED Lasciate I monti (from Orfeo [1607]) WED Concerto Italiano; Rinaldo Alessandrini (harpsichord & WED director) WED 02:02AM WED Strauss Richard (1864-1949) WED Symphonia Domestica (Op. 53) WED National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra of Katowice Jerzy WED Salwarowski (conductor) WED 02:45AM WED Hartmann Johan Peter Emilius (1805-1900) WED Sechs Tonstücke in Liederform (Op.37) WED Nina Gade (piano) WED 03:01AM WED Ibert Jacques (1890-1962) WED Trio for violin cello and harp WED András Ligeti (violin) Idilko Radi (cello) Eva Maros (harp) WED 03:16AM WED Beethoven Ludwig van (1770-1827) WED Symphony No. 1 in C Major (Op. 21) WED BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Donald Runnicles (conductor) WED 03:42AM WED Prokofiev Sergey (1891-1953) WED Symphony No.1 in D major (Op.25) WED Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Karel Ancerl (conductor) WED 03:56AM WED Stravinsky Igor (1882-1971) WED Suite italienne for violin and piano WED Alena Baeva (violin) Giuzai Karieva (piano) WED 04:13AM WED Bach Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) WED Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben BWV.147 WED The Sixteen Netherlands Radio Chamber Orchestra WED (Barockformation) Ton Koopman (conductor) WED 04:44AM WED Tartini Giuseppe (1692-1770) WED Concerto for violin and strings in D minor (D.45) WED Carlo Parazzoli (violin) I Cameristi Italiani WED 05:01AM WED Stradella Alessandro (c.1642-c.1682) WED Sinfonia in D minor WED The Private Music WED 05:08AM WED Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus [1756-1791] WED Flute Quartet no.4 in A major (K.298) WED Tom Ottar Andreassen (flute) Frode Larsen (violin) Jon WED Sønstebø (viola) Emery Cardas (cello) WED 05:20AM WED Schuncke Ludwig (1810-1834) WED Grande Sonata in G minor (Op.3) WED Sylviane Deferne (piano) WED 05:43AM WED Schumann Robert (1810-1856) WED Symphony No.3 in E flat major (Op.97) 'Rhenish' WED BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Ilan Volkov (conductor) WED 06:14AM WED Warlock Peter (1894-1930) WED Serenade for Strings (1921-22) WED Manitoba Chamber Orchestra Roy Goodman (conductor) WED 06:21AM WED Delius Frederick (1862-1934) WED Violin Concerto WED Philippe Djokic (violin) Symphony Nova Scotia Georg Tintner WED (conductor) WED 06:49AM WED Poulenc Francis (1899-1963) WED Litanies à la Vierge Noire - arranged for female/children's WED voices string orchestra and timpani WED Maîtrise de Radio France Orchestre National de France George WED Prêtre (conductor). WED WED 07:00 Breakfast b00rs603 (Listen) WED WED 10:00 Classical Collection b00rs605 (Listen) WED 10.00 Rimsky-Korsakov WED The Snow Maiden: Suite WED Roberta Alexander (soprano) WED Women's voices of Rotterdam Philharmonic Choir Rotterdam WED Philharmonic Orchestra David Zinman (conductor) PHILIPS 411 WED 446 2 WED 10.12* Bach WED French Suite no 1 in D minor BWV812 WED Angela Hewitt (piano) WED HYPERION CDA 67121/2 WED 10.28* Dvorak WED The Noon Witch WED Czech Philharmonic Orchestra WED Jiri Belohlavek (conductor) WED CHANDOS CHAN9475 WED 10.43* Blanc WED Septet op 40 WED Consortium Classicum WED ORFEO C282 921 A WED 11.10* L. Mozart WED Trumpet Concerto in D WED Maurice Andre (trumpet) WED Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra WED Herbert von Karajan (conductor) WED EMI CDM 5669092 WED 11.22* Durrant WED The Sleep of a King WED Richard Durrant (guitar) WED LONGMAN 040CD WED 11.25* Suk WED A Fairy Tale WED Czech Philharmonic Orchestra WED Petr Skvor (solo violin) WED Libor Pesek (conductor) WED SUPRAPHON C377509. WED WED 12:00 Composer of the Week b00rs607 (Listen) WED Richard Strauss (1864-1949), Episode 3 WED WED In today's programme Donald Macleod focusses on 1905 the WED year in which Richard Strauss started to work with his WED greatest collaborator and librettist Hugo von Hofmannstahl. WED WED Richard Strauss WED Mit deinen blauen Augen (op.56 no.4) WED Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (baritone) WED Gerald Moore (piano) WED EMI CMS7639952 WED WED Richard Strauss WED Dance of the Seven Veils from Salome WED Royal Philharmonic Orchestra WED Sir Thomas Beecham (conductor) WED TESTAMENT SBT1147 WED WED Richard Strauss WED Der Rosenkavalier (end) WED Régine Crespin (Marschallin) WED Yvonne Minton (Octavian) WED Helen Donath (Sophie) WED Vienna Philharmonic WED Sir Georg Solti (conductor) WED DECCA 4174932 WED WED Richard Strauss WED Arabella (end of Act 1) WED Lisa Della Casa (Arabella) WED Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (Mandryka) WED Karl Christian Kohn (Waldner) WED Anneliese Rothenberger (Zdenka) WED Bavarian State Opera WED Joseph Keilberth (conductor) WED DG 4377002 WED WED 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00rpwdd (Listen) WED Bach, Pieter Wispelwey WED WED Romantic Bach 2/4 WED WED Pieter Wispelwey performs Bach in the context of later WED composers who were strongly inspired by him and for whom the WED solo cello suites by JS Bach had a particular resonance as WED they neared the end of their lives. WED WED Pieter Wispelwey cello WED WED BACH WED Suite for solo cello No 5 in C minor BWV1011 WED BLOCH WED Suite for solo cello No 1 in D minor WED REGER WED Suite for solo cello Op 131c No 2 WED WALTON WED Passacaglia for solo cello WED BRITTEN WED Suite for solo cello No 2 Op 80. WED WED 14:25 Afternoon on 3 b00rs64b (Listen) WED Lucerne Festivals 2009, Episode 3 WED WED Louise Fryer presents Franz Welser-Möst conducting the WED Vienna Philharmonic in Haydn and Schubert symphonies WED recorded at the 2009 Lucerne Festival. WED WED 2.25pm WED Haydn: Symphony No. 98 in B flat major WED Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra WED Franz Welser-Most conductor WED WED 3.05pm WED Schubert: Symphony No. 9 in C major (D.944) "Great" WED Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra WED Franz Welser-Most conductor. WED WED 16:00 Choral Evensong b00rs64d (Listen) WED from the Chapel of Royal Holloway University of London. WED WED Introit: Troparion of the Resurrection (Einojuhani WED Rautavaara) WED Responses: Gabriel Jackson WED Psalm: 37 (Pike Macpherson Teesdale Bramma) WED First Lesson: Song of Solomon 3 WED Canticles: The Norwich Service (Gabriel Jackson) WED Second Lesson: Matthew 28 vv16-20 WED Pater Noster (Vytautas Miskinis) WED Anthem: Angelus Domini descendit de caelo (Ivan Moody) first WED performance WED Final Hymn: Finished the strife of battle now (Surrexit) WED Organ Voluntary: Praeludium in C (Buxtehude) WED WED Director of Choral Music and College Organist: Rupert Gough WED Organ Scholar: William Baldry. WED WED 17:00 In Tune b00rs64g (Listen) WED WED 18:30 Performance on 3 b00rs64j (Listen) WED Angels in America WED WED Peter Eötvös: Angels in America (UK premiere) WED WED Hungarian composer Peter Eötvös brings a new operatic take WED on Tony Kushner's searing Pulitzer Prize-winning play Angels WED in America with libretto by Mari Mezei. WED WED The subject is America's late 20th-century nightmare: AIDS. WED Its admission its concealment its destructive power is told WED through a web of dreams and memories which is touched by WED reality as the lives of two troubled New York couples - WED Louis Ironson and his lover Prior Walter and Mormon lawyer WED Joe Pitt and his wife Harper - become intertwined. WED WED The focus is on passionate relationships and dramatic WED suspense. Eötvös's wry dramatic music expresses tenderness WED and pain through contrasted short scenes of gentle parlando WED operatic declamation and American mimicry. Eötvös has WED created a vibrant urban sound-world of breath-taking WED instrumental effects and powerful vocal lines. WED WED The BBC Symphony Orchestra is renowned for their skill at WED performing contemporary music and Eötvös himself once held WED the post of its principal guest conductor. WED WED Prior Walter David Adam Moore (baritone) WED Louis Ironson Scott Scully (tenor) WED Joseph Pitt Omar Ebrahim (baritone) WED Mr LiesBrian Asawa (countertenor) WED HannahJanice Hall (soprano) WED Roy Cohn Kelly Anderson (baritone) WED Harper PittJulia Migenes (mezzo-soprano) WED Angel Ava Pine (soprano) WED BBC Symphony Orchestra WED David Robertson conductor. WED WED 21:15 Night Waves b00rs64l (Listen) WED Infidel/Sculpture WED WED Matthew Sweet talks to David Baddiel about the writing of WED his new film Infidel in which he uses comedy to explore WED issues of identity prejudice and race in contemporary WED Britain. Given the debates over the nature of offence can WED humour still operate on these topics? The film stars Omid WED Djalili as a man who believes that he's a devout muslim WED before discovering that he's adopted and Jewish. WED WED Matthew also explores the state of contemporary sculpture as WED a major conference on potential pathways for sculpture in WED the 21st century and a major exhibition of the work of Sir WED Anthony Caro open in London. WED WED 22:00 Composer of the Week b00rs607 (Listen) WED [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] WED WED 23:00 The Essay b00js8r7 (Listen) WED Henry, King of Kings, Henry the Man o' War WED WED Geoffrey Moorhouse travel writer and historian explores one WED of Henry VIII's lesser known achievements the successful WED 'man of war' who increased his country's sea defences and WED effectively founded the Royal Navy. WED WED Presenter: Geoffrey Moorhouse WED Producers: Neil Rosser WED (repeat). WED WED 23:15 Late Junction b00rs6xx (Listen) WED Fiona Talkington's selection includes bamboo percussion from WED Indonesia composer Edward Williams's music for the 1979 WED television series Life on Earth and a song from Joanna Newsom. WED WED THU THURSDAY 08 APRIL 2010 THU THU 01:00 Through the Night b00rs69f (Listen) THU Susan Sharpe presents rarities archive and concert THU recordings from Europe's leading broadcasters THU 01:01AM THU Elgar Edward [1857-1934] THU Overture 'Cockaigne' THU BBC Philharmonic Sir Charles Mackerras (conductor) THU 01:17AM THU Delius Frederick [1862-1934] THU A Song of the high hills THU Rebecca Evans (soprano) Toby Spence (tenor) BBC Singers BBC THU Philharmonic Sir Charles Mackerras (conductor) THU 01:44AM THU Holst Gustav [1874-1934] THU The Planets Suite (Op.32) THU BBC Philharmonic BBC Singers (women's voices) Sir Charles THU Mackerras (conductor) THU 02:35AM THU Britten Benjamin [1913-1976] THU Lachrymae (Op.48) THU Antoine Tamestit (viola) Markus Hadulla (piano) THU 02:48AM THU Janacek Leos [1854-1928] THU Fairy tale for cello and piano THU Jonathan Slaatto (cello) Martin Qvist Hansen (piano) THU 03:01AM THU Debussy Claude (1862-1918) THU Piano Trio in G major 'Premier Trio' (c.1879) THU Grumiaux Trio THU 03:24AM THU Wieniawski Henryk (1835-1880) THU Concerto for violin and orchestra No.2 in D minor (Op.22) THU Bartlomiej Niziol (violin) Sinfonia Varsovia Grzegorz Nowak THU (conductor) THU 03:48AM THU Wolf Hugo (1860-1903) THU 3 Songs "Der du von dem Himmel" Koeniglich Gebet" & "Dank THU des Paria" THU Albena Kechlibareva Bernstein (mezzo soprano); Stefan THU Dalchev (organ) THU 03:57AM THU Hellendaal Pieter (1721-1799) THU Sonata I Op.5 (from '6 solos for the violoncello with a THU thorough bass' 1780) THU Jaap ter Linden (cello) Ton Koopman (harpsichord) Ageet THU Zweistra (cello continuo) THU 04:06AM THU Chopin Frédéric (1810-1849) THU Scherzo no.2 in B flat minor (Op.31) THU Valerie Tryon (piano) THU 04:16AM THU Bajamonti Julije (1744-1800) THU Symphony in C major THU The Zagreb Soloists Visnja Mazuran (harpsichord) THU 04:23AM THU Ravel Maurice (1875-1937) THU Tzigane - rapsodie de concert for violin and piano THU Vilmos Szabadi (violin) Márta Gulyás (piano) THU 04:33AM THU Bach Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) THU Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied - motet (BWV.225) THU Danish National Radio Chorus Stefan Parkman (conductor) THU 04:46AM THU Hidas Frigyes (1928-2007) THU Harpsichord Concerto THU Barbala Dobozy (harpsichord) Concentus Hungaricus Ildikó THU Hegyi (conductor) THU 05:01AM THU Walton William (1902-1983) THU Johannesberg Festival Overture THU Stavanger Symphony Orchestra; David Atherton (conductor) THU 05:09AM THU Swider Jozef (b. 1930) THU Piesn THU Polish Radio Choir Wlodzimierz Siedlik (conductor) THU 05:16AM THU Ibert Jacques (1890-1962) THU Trois Pièces Brèves THU The Ariart Woodwind Quintet THU 05:24AM THU Grieg Edvard (1843-1907) THU Selected Lyric Pieces - Walz (Op.12 No.2); Norwegian Melody THU (Op.12 No.6); Folk song (Op.12 No.5); Canon (Op.38 No.8); THU Elegy (Op.38 No.6); Waltz (Op.38 No.7); Melody (Op.38 No.3) THU Leif Ove Andsnes (piano) THU 05:41AM THU Debussy Claude [1862-1918] THU Sonata for Flute Viola & Harp (L. 137) THU Tom Ottar Andreassen (flute) Jon Sønstebø (viola) Sidsel THU Walstad (harp) THU 05:59AM THU Glick Srul Irving (1934-2002) THU Divertimento for string orchestra THU 13 Strings of Ottawa Brian Law (conductor) THU 06:19AM THU Schubert Franz (1797-1828) THU 6 Moments Musicaux (D.780) THU Alfred Brendel (piano) THU 06:45AM THU Bach Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) THU Violin Concerto in A minor (BWV.1041) THU Midori Seiler (violin) Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin. THU THU 07:00 Breakfast b00rs6yy (Listen) THU THU 10:00 Classical Collection b00rs6z0 (Listen) THU 10.00 Tchaikovsky THU Nutcracker: Act II Divertissement THU Montreal Symphony Orchestra THU Charles Dutoit (conductor) THU DECCA 440 477 2 THU 10.12* Mozart THU String Quintet in G minor K516 THU Takacs Quartet THU with Denes Kormzy (viola) THU HUNGAROTON HCD12656-2 THU 10.46* Holst THU The Golden Goose THU Guildford Choral Society THU The Philharmonia Orchestra THU Hilary Davan Wetton (conductor) THU HYPERION CDA66784 THU 11.12* Haydn THU Piano Sonata in D HobXVI/37 THU Alfred Brendel (piano) THU PHILIPS 416643-2 THU 11.24* Dvorak THU Excerpts from his operas The Cunning Peasant The King and THU the Charcoal Burner and Kate and the Devil. THU In more detail... THU Dvorak THU "The Month of May has come" (The Cunning Peasant) Jitka THU Sobehartova (soprano) Prague Radio Chorus & Symphony THU Orchestra Frantisek Vajnar (conductor) SUPRAPHON SU 0019-2 632 THU Dvorak THU "Oh how I long for you" (The King and the Charcoal Burner) THU Miroslav Kopp (tenor) Prague National Theatre Orchestra THU Josef Chaloupka (conductor) THU Dvorak THU Kate and the Devil: conclusion to Act II Anna Barova THU (mezzo-soprano) Richard Novak (bass) Brno Janacek Opera THU Chorus & Orchestra Jiri Pinkas (conductor) THU 11.40* Vivaldi THU Concerto in D major for 2 violins 2 cellos & strings RV 564 THU Il Giardino Armonico THU Giovanni Antonini (director) THU TELDEC 4509-94552-2 THU 11.51* Tchaikovsky THU Adagio (Sleeping Beauty) THU Montreal Symphony Orchestra THU Charles Dutoit (conductor) THU DECCA 440 477 2. THU THU 12:00 Composer of the Week b00rs6z2 (Listen) THU Richard Strauss (1864-1949), 1935 THU THU Donald Macleod explores another significant year in the life THU of Richard Strauss. 1935 saw the coming into force of THU Hitler's Nuremberg Laws and the beginning of a nightmare for THU Europe. Strauss's relations with the Nazis are difficult to THU unravel. On the one hand he accepted an official post in THU Goebbels's cultural ministry - on the other members of his THU own family suffered because of their Jewishness. Donald THU Macleod tells the story. THU THU 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00rpwj0 (Listen) THU Bach, James Ehnes, Andrew Armstrong THU THU Romantic Bach 3/4 THU THU Canadian violinist James Ehnes presents Bach's Partita No 3 THU framed by two contrasting violin sonatas from the Romantic THU era the introverted first sonata by Schumann and the THU virtuosic concerto-esque 'Kreutzer' Sonata by Beethoven. THU THU James Ehnes violin THU Andrew Armstrong piano THU THU SCHUMANN THU Violin Sonata No 1 in A minor Op 105 THU BACH THU Partita No 3 in E major BWV1006 THU BEETHOVEN THU Violin Sonata in A major Op 47 'Kreutzer'. THU THU 14:20 Afternoon on 3 b00rs6z6 (Listen) THU Louise Fryer presents Tchaikovsky's great opera Eugene THU Onegin recorded at the Vienna State Opera conducted by Seiji THU Ozawa and starring Simon Keenlyside in the title role. Plus THU Beethoven from the 2009 Lucerne Festival. THU THU Larina...... Aura Twarowska (mezzo-soprano) THU Tatyana...... Tamar Iveri (soprano) THU Olga...... Nadia Krasteva (contralto) THU Filipyevna......Margarita Hintermeier (mezzo-soprano) THU Eugene Onegin......Simon Keenlyside (baritone) THU Lensky......Ramón Vargas (tenor) THU Prince Gremin......Ain Anger (bass) THU A Company Commander......Hans Peter Kammerer (bass) THU Triquet......Alexander Kaimbacher (tenor) THU Vienna State Opera Chorus and Orchestra THU Seiji Ozawa conductor THU THU 4.30pm THU Beethoven: String Trio in G major (Op. 9 No. 1) THU Soloists of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra: THU Kolja Blacher violin THU Wolfram Christ viola THU Clemens Hagen cello. THU THU 17:00 In Tune b00rs6z8 (Listen) THU THU 19:00 Performance on 3 b00rs6zb (Listen) THU Julia Fischer - Bach Sonatas THU THU Violinist Julia Fischer although still in her mid-twenties THU is recognised worldwide as an exceptionally gifted performer THU reflected in the many awards she has received including THU Artist of the Year at the Gramophone Awards in 2007. THU THU JS Bach is universally regarded as one of the greatest THU composers of all time. His three sonatas and three partitas THU for solo violin occupy a summit of violin literature. Poetic THU expression and technical virtuosity are allied to structural THU discipline raising the music to an exalted plane. Bach uses THU the baroque dance forms of his time - the stately sarabande THU the sprightly jig - but these are just a starting point for THU Bach's exhilarating inventions played on the fragile yet THU agile profoundly expressive solo violin. THU THU JS Bach: Sonatas no.s 1-3 (BWV.1001 1003 1005) THU Julia Fischer (violin) THU THU Followed by Mahler's Des Knaben Wunderhorn songs sung by THU Ekaterina Gubanova (mezzo-soprano) and Markus Werba THU (baritone) with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra THU conducted by Valery Gergiev. THU THU 21:15 Night Waves b00rs6zd (Listen) THU Alberto Manguel/Voltaire THU THU Internationally acclaimed as an anthologist translator THU essayist novelist and editor Alberto Manguel is the THU best-selling author of several award-winning books most THU famously including A Dictionary of Imaginary Places. Anne THU McElvoy talks to him about his latest collection of essays THU 'A Reader on Reading'. which explores the crafts of both THU reading and writing and argues that the act of reading is THU one of the things which defines humanity itself. THU THU Anne also assesses the French writer and philosopher THU Voltaire as a new biography of him is published. To what THU extent the great thinker's life lives up to his popular THU image and reputation as an enemy of religion and a crusader THU for free speech? THU THU 22:00 Composer of the Week b00rs6z2 (Listen) THU [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] THU THU 23:00 The Essay b00js9b3 (Listen) THU Henry, King of Kings, Henry VIII and Drama THU THU Dr Tom Betteridge Reader in Early Modern English Literature THU at Oxford Brookes University considers how Henry VIII THU provoked different responses from writers and commentators THU during his reign dealing through their chosen metaphors with THU the issues of kingship. THU THU Presenter: Dr Tom Betteridge THU Producers: Neil Rosser THU (repeat). THU THU 23:15 Late Junction b00rs6zg (Listen) THU Tonight's mix includes electronic music from Daedelus and THU Bernard Parmegiani Miles Davis's improvised soundtrack for a THU 1957 Louis Malle film the duo of Takashi Hirayasu and Bob THU Brozman and Tristram Cary's Narcissus for flute and tape THU recorders. With Fiona Talkington. THU THU FRI FRIDAY 09 APRIL 2010 FRI FRI 01:00 Through the Night b00rs70s (Listen) FRI Susan Sharpe presents rarities archive and concert FRI recordings from Europe's leading broadcasters FRI 01:01AM FRI Martinu Bohuslav [1890-1959] FRI Symphony No.3 (H.299) FRI Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra Vladimir Válek (conductor) FRI 01:30AM FRI Martinu Bohuslav [1890-1959] FRI Symphony No.4 (H.305) FRI Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra Vladimir Válek (conductor) FRI 02:08AM FRI Sessions Roger (1896-1985) FRI Quartet for strings No.2 FRI Julliard String Quartet FRI 02:43AM FRI Eno Brian (b. 1948) arr. Julia Wolfe (b. 1958) FRI Music for Airports 1/2 (1978) FRI Bang on a Can All-Stars FRI 02:55AM FRI Gottschalk Louis Moreau (1829-1869) FRI Pasquinade (c.1863) FRI Michael Lewin (piano) FRI 03:01AM FRI Schubert Franz (1797-1828) Mahler Gustav (1860-1911) FRI Death and the Maiden - quartet arranged by Mahler for string FRI orchestra from D.810 FRI Sofia Soloists Plamen Djourov (conductor) FRI 03:41AM FRI Rachmaninov Sergei (1873-1943) FRI Sonata No.2 in B flat Minor (Op.36) FRI Aldo Ciccolini (piano) FRI 04:00AM FRI Rimsky-Korsakov Nikolai (1844-1908) FRI Russian Easter festival - overture (Op.36) FRI BBC National Orchestra of Wales Vassily Sinaisky (conductor) FRI 04:16AM FRI Obrecht Jacob (1450-1505) FRI Salve Regina FRI Netherlands Chamber Choir Paul van Nevel (conductor) FRI 04:21AM FRI Sweelinck Jan Pieterszoon (1562-1621) FRI Tes beaux yeux FRI Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet FRI 04:25AM FRI Wagner Richard (1813-1883) FRI Eine Faust Overture FRI Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Bernhard Klee (conductor) FRI 04:38AM FRI Scott Cyril (1879-1970) FRI Lotus Land (Op.47 No.1) FRI Christina Ortiz (piano) FRI 04:43AM FRI Purcell Henry (1659-1695) FRI Sonata No.7 for 2 violins and continuo in E minor (Z.796) FRI (1683) FRI Simon Standage (violin) Ensemble Il Tempo:Agata Sapiecha FRI (violin and artistic director) Marcin Zalewski (viol da FRI gamba) Lilianna Stawarz (chamber organ) FRI 04:51AM FRI Beethoven Ludwig van (1770-1827) FRI Egmont Overture FRI Trondheim Symphony Orchestra conductor Eivind Aadland FRI 05:01AM FRI Hutschenruyter Wouter (1796-1878) FRI Ouverture voor Groot Orkest FRI Dutch National Youth Wind Orchestra Jan Cober (conductor) FRI 05:10AM FRI Schubert Franz (1797-1828) FRI Trio for piano and strings in E flat major (D.897) FRI 'Notturno' FRI Grieg Trio FRI 05:20AM FRI Strauss Richard (1864-1949) FRI Andante - from Fünf Klavierstücke (Op.3 No.1) FRI Ludmil Angelov (piano) FRI 05:27AM FRI Haydn Joseph (1732-1809) FRI Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra (HV VIIb:2) in D FRI major FRI Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra Heinrich Schiff (cellist & FRI conductor) FRI 05:52AM FRI Ravel Maurice (1875-1937) FRI The Jester's Aubade - from the suite 'Miroirs' FRI Bengt-Åke Lundin (piano) FRI 06:00AM FRI Kodály Zoltán (1882-1967) FRI Jesus and the Traders FRI Hungarian Radio Chorus János Ferencsic (conductor) FRI 06:07AM FRI Bartók Béla (1881-1945) FRI 2 Pictures for orchestra (Sz.46) (Op.10) FRI Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava Bystrik FRI Re?ucha (conductor) FRI 06:23AM FRI Handel Georg Frideric (1685-1759) FRI Suite for keyboard in G minor - 1733 no.6 (HWV.439) FRI Jautrite Putnina (piano) FRI 06:39AM FRI Bruhns Nicolaus (1665-1679) FRI Hemmt eure Tränenflut (madrigal à 9) FRI Greta de Reyghere (soprano) James Bowman (counter-tenor) Guy FRI de Mey (tenor) Max van Egmond (bass) Ricercar Consort FRI 06:53AM FRI Liszt Franz (1811-1886) FRI (Eduard Lassen) Löse Himmel meine seele (S.494) transc. for FRI piano FRI Sylviane Deferne (piano). FRI FRI 07:00 Breakfast b00rs70v (Listen) FRI FRI 10:00 Classical Collection b00rs70x (Listen) FRI 10.00 Purcell FRI Fairy Queen: opening dances FRI English Baroque Soloists FRI John Eliot Gardiner (conductor) FRI ARCHIV 419 221 2 FRI 10.07* Mendelssohn FRI Ye spotted snakes FRI (A Midsummer Night's Dream) FRI Arleen Auger (soprano) FRI Ann Murray (mezzo-soprano) FRI Ambrosian Singers FRI Philharmonia Orchestra FRI Neville Marriner (conductor) FRI PHILIPS 411 106 2 FRI 10.11* Britten FRI Welcome wanderer!...I know a bank A Midsummer Night's Dream) FRI James Bowman (countertenor) City of London Sinfonia Richard FRI Hickox (conductor) VIRGIN CLASSICS VCD 759305 2 FRI 10.16* Beethoven FRI Octet in E flat Op.103 FRI Wind Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe ASV FRI CDCOE807 FRI 10.38* Saint-Saens FRI Danse Macabre FRI Michele Boussinot (violin) FRI French National Orchestra FRI Georges Pretre (conductor) FRI EMI CDC 7496372 FRI 10.46* Schumann FRI Märchenbilder FRI Nobuko Imai (viola) FRI Martha Argerich (piano) FRI EMI CDS 555484 2 FRI 11.02* Handel FRI Mi restano le lagrime (Alcina Act III) FRI Alcina: Arleen Auger (soprano) FRI City of London Baroque Sinfonia FRI Richard Hickox (conductor) FRI EMI CDC 749 771 2 FRI 11.10* Rimsky-Korsakov FRI Scheherazade FRI London Symphony Orchestra FRI Kees Hulsmann (solo violin) FRI Charles Mackerras (conductor) FRI TELARC CD80208. FRI FRI 12:00 Composer of the Week b00rs70z (Listen) FRI Richard Strauss (1864-1949), 1946 FRI FRI After the war Strauss faced de-Nazification - as someone who FRI had held an administrative post in the Nazi administration FRI he had to face a tribunal which would make a judgement on FRI the extent of his guilt. The judgement finally came in 1948; FRI while he was waiting Strauss wrote some of his most popular FRI music. FRI FRI 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b00rpwm7 (Listen) FRI Bach, Jacques Loussier Trio FRI FRI Romantic Bach 4/4 FRI Jacques Loussier Trio FRI FRI As a fitting finale to this week of Romantic Bach the FRI legendary Jacques Loussier performs his own unique versions FRI of JS Bach and other composers now classic works themselves FRI to a packed City Halls audience in Glasgow. FRI FRI 14:10 Afternoon on 3 b00rs73k (Listen) FRI Lucerne Festivals 2009, Episode 5 FRI FRI Louise Fryer presents more from the 2009 Lucerne Festival FRI including Mozart and Brahms and the Lucerne Festival FRI Orchestra in Prokofiev and Mahler's First Symphony conducted FRI by Claudio Abbado. FRI FRI Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A major (K.622) FRI Jorg Widmann (clarinet) FRI SWR Symphony Orchestra FRI Sylvain Cambreling conductor FRI FRI 2.40pm FRI Brahms: Piano Quartet No. 2 in A major (Op.26) FRI Soloists of the Lucerne Festival Orchestra: FRI Kolja Blacher violin FRI Wolfram Christ viola FRI Clemens Hagen cello FRI Kirill Gerstein piano FRI FRI Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No. 3 in C major (Op. 26) FRI Yuja Wang piano FRI Lucerne Festival Orchestra FRI Claudio Abbado conductor FRI FRI 4.00pm FRI Mahler: Symphony No. 1 in D major FRI Lucerne Festival Orchestra FRI Claudio Abbado conductor. FRI FRI 17:00 In Tune b00rs73m (Listen) FRI FRI 19:00 Performance on 3 b00rs73p (Listen) FRI Julia Fischer - Bach Partitas FRI FRI Bach's partitas for unaccompanied violin are revered as the FRI culmination of a virtuoso tradition and also as one of the FRI supreme achievements of human creativity. FRI FRI JS Bach: Partitas no.s 1-3 (BWV.1002 1004 1006) FRI Julia Fischer (violin) FRI Followed by Mahler's Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen sung by FRI Markus Werba (baritone) with the Orchestre National de FRI France conducted by Daniele Gatti. FRI FRI 21:15 The Verb b00rs73r (Listen) FRI Ian McMillan presents Radio 3's cabaret of the word this FRI week featuring an interview with writer of The Wire George FRI Pelecanos; the best new talent from BBC writersroom and FRI poems celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Alfred FRI Hitchcock's film Psycho. FRI FRI 22:00 Composer of the Week b00rs70z (Listen) FRI [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] FRI FRI 23:00 The Essay b00js9gw (Listen) FRI Henry, King of Kings, Henry - 1536 FRI FRI Suzannah Lipscomb Research Curator at Hampton Court Palace FRI focuses on one pivotal year in Henry's life - 1536. It was a FRI year of betrayal and injury from a serious wound in a joust FRI which influenced his health for the rest of his life to the FRI execution of Anne Boleyn for adultery following her FRI miscarriage and the death of the longed for male heir. Henry FRI ended the year a different and more dangerous man than he FRI had begun it. FRI FRI Presenter: Suzannah Lipscomb FRI Producers: Neil Rosser FRI (repeat). FRI FRI 23:30 World on 3 b00rs73t (Listen) FRI Lopa Kothari FRI FRI Sounds from around the world with Lopa Kothari plus a studio FRI session by Chucho Valdes. A recipient of multiple Grammy FRI awards the Cuban pianist and band-leader started playing FRI aged three has released over eighty albums and is currently FRI on the London leg of a world tour. Producer James Parkin FRI FRI Chucho Valdés (born October 9 1941) born Jesús Dionisio FRI Valdés is a Cuban pianist bandleader composer and arranger. FRI He was born in Quivicán Cuba. In 1972 he founded the group FRI Irakere one of Cuba's best-known Latin jazz bands. Together FRI with pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba Valdés is revered as one of FRI Cuba's greatest jazz pianists. His father is the famed Cuban FRI pianist and former director of Havana's legendary FRI "Tropicana" night club band Bebo Valdés. FRI