03 July 2015

Radio 3 Listings for 04/07/2015 - 10/07/2015

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SAT SATURDAY 04 JULY 2015 SAT SAT 01:00 Through the Night b060bw6l (Listen) SAT Proms 2014: China Philharmonic Orchestra SAT John Shea presents a concert from the 2014 BBC Proms with SAT the China Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Long Yu, SAT which included the UK premiere of Qigang Chen's new trumpet SAT concerto featuring soloist Alison Balsom. SAT 1:01 AM SAT Elgar, Edward (1857-1934) SAT Pomp and Circumstance March no.4 in G major SAT China Philharmonic Orchestra, Long Yu (conductor) SAT 1:06 AM SAT Tchaikovsky, Piotr Ilyich (1840-1893) SAT Romeo and Juliet - fantasy overture SAT China Philharmonic Orchestra, Long Yu (conductor) SAT 1:25 AM SAT Liszt, Franz (1811-1886) SAT Concerto no.1 in E flat major for piano & orchestra SAT Haochen Zhang (piano), China Philharmonic Orchestra, Long Yu SAT (conductor) SAT 1:44 AM SAT Liszt, Franz (1811-1886) SAT Grande etude de Paganini no.3 in G sharp minor: La SAT Campanella SAT Haochen Zhang (piano) SAT 1:50 AM SAT Chen Qigang (b.1951) SAT Joie eternelle for trumpet & orchestra SAT Alison Balsom (trumpet), China Philharmonic Orchestra, Long SAT Yu (conductor) SAT 2:09 AM SAT Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich (1839-1881) orch. Ravel, SAT Maurice (1875-1937) SAT Pictures from an Exhibition SAT China Philharmonic Orchestra, Long Yu (conductor) SAT 2:42 AM SAT Schumann, Robert (1810-1856) SAT Märchenbilder for viola and piano (Op.113) SAT Maxim Rysanov (viola) , Evgeny Samoyloff (piano) SAT 3:01 AM SAT Moeran, E(rnest) J(ohn) (1894-1950) SAT Phyllida and Corydon - choral suite (1939) SAT BBC Singers, Stephen Cleobury (conductor) SAT 3:30 AM SAT Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827) SAT Symphony No.7 in A major (Op.92) SAT Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, André Previn (conductor) SAT 4:11 AM SAT Röntgen, Julius (1855-1932) SAT Theme with Variations SAT Wyneke Jordans and Leo van Doeselaar (pianos) SAT 4:22 AM SAT Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel (1714-1788) SAT Trio Sonata in B minor (Wq.143) SAT Les Coucous Bénévoles SAT 4:32 AM SAT Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741) SAT Nulla in mundo pax sincera for soprano and orchestra SAT (RV.630) SAT Marita Kvarving Sølberg (soprano), Norwegian Radio SAT Orchestra, Ketil Haugsand (conductor) SAT 4:39 AM SAT Bakfark, Valentin (c.1526/30-1576) SAT Fantasia and Je prens en gre for lute SAT Jacob Heringman (lute) SAT 4:46 AM SAT Goossens, Eugene (1893-1962) SAT Concertino for double string orchestra (Op.47) SAT Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Vernon Handley (conductor) SAT 5:01 AM SAT Liu, Tian-Hua (1895-1932) SAT Wonderful Night SAT China Philharmonic Orchestra, Long Yu (conductor) SAT 5:03 AM SAT Salzédo, Carlos (1885-1961) SAT Chanson dans la nuit (Study for harp) SAT Mojca Zlobko (harp) SAT 5:07 AM SAT Bernat Vivancos [b.1973] SAT Nigra sum SAT Latvian Radio Choir, Sigvards Klava (conductor) SAT 5:16 AM SAT Parac, Ivo (1890-1954) SAT Andante amoroso for string quartet SAT Zagreb Quartet - Goran Koncar & Goran Bakrac (violins), Ante SAT Zinkovic (viola), Martin Jordan (cello) SAT 5:23 AM SAT Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich (1804-1857) SAT Souvenir d'une nuit d'été a Madrid (Spanish Overture No.2) SAT Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Oliver Dohnanyi (conductor) SAT 5:34 AM SAT Albéniz, Isaac (1860-1909) SAT Cordoba - from Cantos de Espana for piano (Op.232 No.4) SAT Jin-Ho Kim (piano) SAT 5:38 AM SAT Albéniz, Isaac (1860-1909) SAT Sevilla (Sevillanas) and Cataluna (Corranda) - from Suite SAT espanola No.1, Op.47 SAT Sean Shibe (guitar) SAT 5:47 AM SAT Eccles, Henry [?1675-?1745] SAT Sonata for double bass, continuo and strings SAT Joel Quarrington (double bass), Members of the Toronto SAT Symphony Orchestra, Eric Robertson (harpsichord), Timothy SAT Vernon (conductor) SAT 5:56 AM SAT Buxtehude, Dietrich (1637-1707) SAT Ich bin die Auferstehung und das Leben, BuxWV.44 SAT Klaus Mertens (bass), Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Ton SAT Koopman (conductor) SAT 6:02 AM SAT Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) SAT Flute Sonata in B minor (BWV.1030) SAT Bart Kuijken (flute), Gustav Leonhardt (harpsichord) SAT 6:22 AM SAT Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826) SAT Aufforderung zum Tanz - rondo brillant for piano (Op.65) SAT Arthur Schnabel (piano) SAT 6:32 AM SAT Debussy, Claude (1862-1918) SAT String Quartet in G minor (Op.10) SAT Yggdrasil String Quartet: Fredrik Paulsson & Per Öman SAT (violins), Robert Westlund (viola), Per Nyström (cello) SAT 6:56 AM SAT Sculthorpe, Peter [1929-] SAT Beautiful Fresh Flower (Chinese melody) SAT Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Geoffrey Simon (conductor). SAT SAT 07:00 Breakfast b060zhvr (Listen) SAT Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, SAT featuring listener requests. As part of "Classical Voice", SAT we have been featuring Dame Kiri Te Kanawa's 20 Favourite SAT Voices. Each day, during the 20 days of the Classical Voice SAT season, Dame Kiri, drawing on her own experience, selected a SAT singer and illustrates in music - explaining in an SAT entertaining and simple way - why she's selected this voice SAT as one of her favourites. Today's singer is the last in the SAT series. SAT SAT Email 3Breakfast@bbc.co.uk. SAT SAT 09:00 CD Review b060zhvv (Listen) SAT Building a Library: Rodgers and Hammerstein: Carousel SAT SAT with Andrew McGregor SAT SAT 9.00am SAT *Spirit of the American Range* SAT ANTHEIL: A Jazz Symphony SAT COPLAND: Symphony No. 3 SAT PISTON: The Incredible Flutist: Suite SAT The Oregon Symphony, Carlos Kalmar SAT PENTATONE PTC5186481 (Hybrid SACD) SAT SAT *American Polyphony* SAT BARBER, S: Agnus Dei; Reincarnations Op. 16; Twelfth Night; SAT To Be Sung on the Water Op. 42; Heaven-Haven: A Nun Takes SAT the Veil Op. 13, No. 1; The Virgin Martyrs Op. 8 No. 1; Let SAT Down the Bars, O Death Op. 8 No. 2 SAT BERNSTEIN: Missa Brevis SAT COPLAND: Four Motets SAT THOMPSON, R: Alleluia; Fare Well 'When I lie where shades of SAT darkness' SAT David Allsopp (countertenor), Christopher Lowrey SAT (countertenor), Robert Millett (percussion), Polyphony, SAT Stephen Layton (conductor) SAT HYPERION CDA67929 (CD) SAT SAT LANG, D: The difficulty of crossing a field SAT Beverly O’Regan Thiele, Laquita Mitchell, Jay O Sanders, SAT Harlem String Quartet, Douglas Kinney Frost SAT CANTALOUPE CA21107 (CD) SAT SAT *Pablo Casals: A Concert At The White House* SAT CASALS: El Cant dels Ocells (Song of the birds) SAT COUPERIN, F: Pieces en Concert for Cello & Strings SAT HAYDN: Piano Trio No. 39 in G major, Hob.XV:25 'Gypsy' SAT MENDELSSOHN: Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor Op. 49 SAT SCHUMANN: Adagio and Allegro in A flat major Op. 70 SAT Pablo Casals (cello), Mieczyslaw Horszowski (piano), Alfred SAT Cortot (piano), Jacques Thibaut (violin), Alexander SAT Schneider (violin) SAT MINUET 428408 (CD mid-price) SAT SAT 9.30am Building a Library SAT Edward Seckerson joins Andrew live in the studio to compare SAT recordings of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel and make a SAT personal recommendation. SAT SAT 10.40am SAT *Wartime Consolations* SAT HARTMANN, K: Concerto Funebre for violin & string orchestra SAT SHOSTAKOVICH: Unfinished Sonata (1945) for Violin and Piano SAT WEINBERG: Concertino Op. 42; Rhapsody on Moldavian Op. 47, SAT No. 3 SAT Linus Roth (violin), Jose Gallardo (piano), Wurttemberg SAT Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn, Ruben Gazarian SAT CHALLENGE CLASSICS CC72680 (Hybrid SACD) SAT SAT *Yevgeny Mravinsky conducts Shostakovich & Scriabin* SAT SCRIABIN: Symphony No. 4 - 'Le Poeme de l'extase' Op. 54 SAT SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 8 in C minor Op. 65 SAT Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra, Yevgeny Mravinsky SAT (conductor) SAT PRAGA DSD350120 (Hybrid SACD) SAT SAT *Shostakovich Plays Shostakovich* SAT SHOSTAKOVICH: Piano Concerto No. 1 in C minor for piano, SAT trumpet & strings Op. 35; Piano Concerto No. 2 in F major SAT Op. 102; Cello Sonata in D minor Op. 40; Fantastic Dances SAT (3) Op. 5; Prelude & Fugue for piano Op. 87 No. 1 in C SAT major; Prelude & Fugue for piano Op. 87 No. 4 in E minor; SAT Prelude & Fugue for piano Op. 87 No. 5 in D major; Prelude & SAT Fugue for piano Op. 87 No. 6 in B minor; Prelude & Fugue for SAT piano Op. 87 No. 13 in F sharp major; Prelude & Fugue for SAT piano Op. 87 No. 14 in E flat minor; Prelude & Fugue for SAT piano Op. 87 No. 18 in F minor; Prelude & Fugue for piano SAT Op. 87 No. 23 in F major; Prelude & Fugue for piano Op. 87 SAT No. 24 in D minor SAT Ludovic Vaillant (trumpet), Orchestre National de la SAT Radiodiffusion Francaise, Andre Cluytens (conductor), SAT Mstislav Rostropovich (cello), Dmitri Shostakovich (piano) SAT WARNER CLASSICS 2564615501 (2CD budget) SAT SAT 10.55am Aida Session Report SAT Nowadays studio recordings of grand opera by major record SAT companies seem almost like a thing of the past. So when SAT Warner Classics announced that they were recording the SAT grandest of all grand operas, Verdi’s Aida, CD Review SAT decided it had to be there to report on the sessions. Andrew SAT McGregor went to Rome to eavesdrop on this recording, made SAT in the superb acoustic of Santa Cecilia’s concert hall. SAT Conductor Antonio Pappano leads a stellar cast including SAT Jonas Kaufmann, Anja Harteros, Ekaterina Semenchuk, Ludovic SAT Tessier and Erwin Schrott. Includes interviews with the SAT artists and extracts from the new recording, due to be SAT released in the autumn. SAT SAT 11.40am Disc of the Week SAT BACH, J S: Cello Suites Nos. 1-6, BWV1007-1012 SAT David Watkin (cello) SAT RESONUS CLASSICS RES10147 (2CD mid-price) SAT SAT 12:15 Music Matters b060zhvx (Listen) SAT Dame Fanny Waterman, Roger Vignoles, Children of the Stone SAT SAT Petroc Trelawny interviews Dame Fanny Waterman, founder of SAT the Leeds International Piano Competition, the pianist Roger SAT Vignoles as he celebrates his 70th birthday and Sandy Tolan SAT on his book Children of the Stone: The Power of Music in a SAT Hard Land. SAT SAT DAME FANNY WATERMAN - "MY LIFE IN MUSIC" SAT SAT Born into an artistic family in impoverished circumstances, SAT Dame Fanny Waterman’s prodigious musical talent and sheer SAT determination was her passport out of hardship, leading to SAT recognition as one of the most talented young pianists of SAT her generation. Her emergence as a visionary teacher, (being SAT encouraged to write tutorial books by Benjamin Britten) lead SAT to the founding of the Leeds International Piano SAT Competition. Petroc Trelawny travels to Leeds to meet Dame SAT Fanny, now ninety five and talks to her about her early SAT career, teaching and the Leeds International Piano SAT Competition which she co-launched in 1963. SAT SAT Dame Fanny Waterman - My Life in Music - to be published SAT September 2015 SAT SAT ROGER VIGNOLES AT 70 SAT SAT Roger Vignoles is internationally recognised as one of the SAT world’s most distinguished piano accompanists and musicians SAT of today. He regularly partners the finest singers around SAT the word and is a leading authority on the song repertoire. SAT Originally inspired to pursue a career as a piano SAT accompanist by the playing of Gerald Moore, he joined the SAT Royal Opera House as a repetiteur. In the course of his SAT distinguished career he has collaborated with such leading SAT singers as Elisabeth Söderström, Kiri Te Kanawa, Thomas SAT Allen, Barbara Bonney, Brigitte Fassbaender and Felicity SAT Lott. On the eve of Vignoles’s seventieth birthday, Petroc SAT talks to him at the piano and discusses the origins of the SAT role of accompanist, coaching vocalists, and how song SAT traditions across Europe vary – or not. SAT SAT Roger Vignoles 70th Birthday Concert - Sat 11th July - SAT Wigmore Hall, London SAT SAT "CHILDREN OF THE STONE" BY SANDY TOLAN SAT SAT Ramzi Hussein Aburedwan, a child from a Palestinian refugee SAT camp, got an education abroad, mastered an instrument and SAT dreamt of something much bigger than himself. The dream was SAT to build a music school to transform the lives of thousands SAT of children, as Ramzi's life was transformed, through music. SAT During this journey Daniel Barenboim, the eminent Israeli SAT conductor, invited Ramzi to join his West Eastern Divan SAT Orchestra, which he then left due to the tensions sweeping SAT the region, to continue following his dream. ,Petroc talks SAT to the Middle East journalist Sandy Tolan who has documented SAT this remarkable story in his new book Children of the Stone SAT – The Power of Music in a Hard Land. SAT SAT 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b060zhvz (Listen) SAT Freiburg Baroque Orchestra - Concerti a due cori SAT SAT "Concerto a due cori" SAT Concertos by Handel and Vivaldi performed by the Freiburg SAT Baroque works for two groups (or 'choruses') of players by SAT Handel, alongside one of the dazzling concertos Vivaldi SAT wrote for the virtuoso orchestra in Dresden SAT SAT Handel: Concerto a due cori in F, HWV 334 SAT Vivaldi: Concerto in F, RV 569 ('Per l'orchestra di Dresda') SAT Handel: Concerto a due cori in B flat, HWV 332 SAT SAT Freiburg Baroque Orchestra SAT Petra Müllejans & Gottfried von der Goltz (violin/director). SAT SAT 14:00 Saturday Classics b060zhw1 (Listen) SAT Classical Voice Season: Felicity Lott, Austria and Germany SAT SAT with Felicity Lott, exploring her favourite music from SAT Germany and Austria including Schubert, Mozart, Mendelssohn SAT and Strauss SAT SAT Schubert: An die Musik SAT Felicity Lott, Graham Johnson SAT SAT Schubert: Der Hochzeitsbraten SAT Felicity Lott, Anthony Rolfe-Johnson, Richard Jackson, SAT Graham Johnson SAT SAT Anna Russell: Schreechenrauf (exc) SAT Anna Russell, Harry Dworkin SAT SAT Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante (exc) SAT Itzhak Perlman, Pinchas Zukerman; Israel PO, Zubin Mehta SAT SAT Bruckner: Locus iste SAT La Chappelle Royale & Collegium Vocale, Philippe Herreweghe SAT SAT Schnittke: Revis Fairy Tale SAT Ksenija Sidorova (accordion) SAT SAT Wolf: Italienisches Liederbuch: Und willst du deinen SAT Liebsten sterben sehen?; Was für ein Lied SAT Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Gerald Moore SAT SAT Mendelssohn: Octet SAT Nash Ensemble SAT SAT Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro: Act Two finale SAT Tom Krause, Jose van Dam, Jane Berbie, Heinz Zednik, Jules SAT Bastin; Vienna PO, Herbert von Karajan SAT SAT R Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier (exc) SAT Claire Watson, Brigitte Fassbaender, Lucia Popp, Benno SAT Kusche; Bavarian State Orchestra, Carlos Kleiber. SAT SAT 16:00 Sound of Cinema b060zj18 (Listen) SAT The Age of Machines SAT SAT Matthew Sweet on film music inspired by man and machine in SAT the week of the launch of the latest in the Terminator SAT series. Matthew joins composers Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe SAT who talk about their new score for the film Terminator SAT Genisys. SAT SAT Also in the programme, James Horner's music for Bicentennial SAT Man; David Arnold's Stepford Wives; Howard Shore's Hugo; SAT Mark Mothersbaugh's Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs; SAT Michel Sanvoisin's Little Dorrit (with a little help from SAT Verdi); Philippe Sarde and Tess; Elmer Bernstein's Wild Wild SAT West; Steve Jablonsky's Steamboy; and the Classic Score of SAT the Week is Charlie Chaplin's Modern Times - a sneak preview SAT of a soon to be released recording from Timothy Brock. SAT SAT 17:00 Jazz Record Requests b060zj1b (Listen) SAT Alyn Shipton's selection of listener's suggestions includes SAT music by pianist Horace Tapscott from his album Thoughts of SAT Dar-es-Salaam, and the greatly under-appreciated vocal SAT talent of Lee Wiley. SAT SAT SAT DISC 1 SAT Artist Simon Spillett SAT Title Siena Red SAT Composer Hayes SAT Album Siena Red SAT Label Woodville SAT Number Track 9 SAT Duration 6.19 SAT Performers Simon Spillett, ts: John Critchenson, p; SAT Andrew Cleyndert, b; Spike Wells, d. 2008. SAT SAT DISC 2 SAT Artist Hot Sardines SAT Title Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen/ Diga Diga Do SAT Composer Secunda / Cahn / Chaplin; Fields / McHugh SAT Album Hot Sardines SAT Label Decca SAT Number Track 1 SAT Duration 4.06 SAT Performers Miz Elizabeth (vocal) Evan Palazzo (piano), SAT Jason Prover (trumpet), Joe McDonough (trombone), SAT Nick Myers (tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute), SAT Sam Raderman (guitar, banjo), SAT Evan “Sugar” Crane (bass, sousaphone), SAT Alex Raderman (drums, percussion) SAT and “Fast Eddy” Francisco (tap dancing). 2014 SAT SAT DISC 3 SAT Artist Modern Jazz Quartet SAT Title Softly As In A Morning Sunrise SAT Composer Hammerstein / Romberg SAT Album Les Tresors Du Jazz 1955 SAT Label La Chant Du Monde SAT Number 574 1421 30 CD 50 Track 14 SAT Duration 7.58 SAT Performers Milt Jackson, vib; John Lewis, p; SAT Percy Heath, b; Connie Kay, d. 2 July 1955 SAT SAT DISC 4 SAT Artist Gary McFarland SAT Title The Brotherhood of Man SAT Composer Loesser SAT Album How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying SAT Label Verve SAT Number 8443 Track 6 SAT Duration 5.17 SAT Performers: Clark Terry, Bernie Glow, Doc Severinsen, SAT Herb Pomeroy, t; SAT Billy Byers, Bob Brookmeyer, Willie Dennis, tb; SAT Phil Woods, Al Cohn, Oliver Nelson, Sol Schlinger, reeds; SAT Hank Jones, p; Jim Hall, g; George Duvivier, b; SAT Mel Lewis, d. Gary McFarland, arr, dir, Nov 1961. SAT SAT DISC 5 SAT Artist Lee Wiley SAT Title Deed I Do SAT Composer Rose / Hirsch SAT Album Manhattan Moods (Outstanding Live Recordings) SAT Label Jazz Factory SAT Number 22815 CD 1 Track 20 SAT Duration 3.50 SAT Performers Lee Wiley, v; Henry Red Allen., t; SAT Jack Honeywill, c; Ben Long, tb; Dom Anghelone, cl; SAT Howie Anderson, p; Bill Green, b; SAT Ernie Sturgeon, d. Feb 1952. SAT SAT DISC 6 SAT Artist Rene Hall SAT Title Twitchy SAT Composer Duncan SAT Album The Specialty Story SAT Label Specialty SAT Number 5SPCD 4412-2 CD 5 Track 8 SAT Duration 2.26 SAT Performers: Jewell Grant, ts; Plas Johnson, bars; SAT Unknown, p; Rene Hall, g; Willie Joe Duncan, unitary; SAT Ted Brinson, b; Earl Palmer, d. 1957 SAT SAT DISC 7 SAT Artist Horace Tapscott SAT Title Now’s The Time SAT Composer Parker SAT Album Thoughts of Dar es Salaam SAT Label Arabesque SAT Number AJ0128 Track 5 SAT Duration 5.59 SAT Performers: Horace Tapscott, p; Ray Drummond, b; SAT Billy Hart, d, 1 July 1996. SAT SAT DISC 8 SAT Artist Barney Wilen SAT Title Lady Bird SAT Composer Dameron SAT Album Barney SAT Label RCA SAT Number 430.053 track 4 SAT Duration 11.08 SAT Performers: Barney Wilen, tenor, Kenny Dorham, trumpet, SAT Duke Jordan, piano, Paul Rovère, bass, SAT Daniel Humair, drums, April 1959. SAT SAT DISC 9 SAT Artist Duke Ellington SAT Title Will You Be There / 99% Won’t Do SAT Composer Ellington SAT Album My People SAT Label Storyville SAT Number 1018430 Track 3 SAT Duration 3.12 SAT [but if tight for time we can come in at 1.37] SAT Performers: Bill Berry, Ziggy Harrell, SAT Not Woodard, Ray Nance, t; SAT Britt Woodman, Booty Wood, John Sanders, tb; SAT Russell Procope, Rudy Powell, Harold Ashby, Pete Clark, SAT Bob Freedman, reeds; Jimmy Jones / Billy Strayhorn, p; SAT Joe Benjamin, b; Louie Bellson, d; SAT Duke Ellington, narr, cond; Irving Bunton Singers. SAT SAT DISC 10 SAT Artist Humphrey Lyttelton SAT Title Young Woman’s Blues SAT Composer Smith SAT Album Humphrey Lyttelton and His Band and the Paseo Band 1953-6 SAT Label Upbeat SAT Number URCD 223 Track 6 SAT Duration 2.32 SAT Performers Neva Raphaelo, v; Humphrey Lyttelton, t; SAT Johnny Parker, p; Freddie Legon, g; Mickey Ashman, b; SAT George Hopkinson, d. 21 Feb 1953. SAT SAT 18:00 Jazz Line-Up b060zj1d (Listen) SAT Mike Stern in Conversation, Bobby Wellins SAT SAT Jazz Line-Up catches up with Miles Davis's former guitarist SAT Mike Stern backstage at Ronnie Scott's jazz club, plus SAT previously unbroadcast music by saxophonist Bobby Wellins SAT and his group featuring Geoff Simkins (alto sax), Gareth SAT Williams (piano), Sam Burgess (bass) and Martin France on SAT drums. Recorded at the South Coast Jazz Festival, SAT Shoreham-by-Sea on January 24th as part of a special 79th SAT birthday concert. Wellins is best know for his collaborative SAT work with the late pianist Stan Tracey, in particular the SAT album 'Under Milk Wood' inspired by Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. SAT Wellins has collaborated with some of the biggest names in SAT jazz including trumpeter Kenny Wheeler, drummer Tony SAT Crombie, saxophonist Don Weller and guitarist Jim Mullen. SAT SAT 18:45 Opera on 3 b060zj1g (Listen) SAT Tchaikovsky: The Queen of Spades SAT SAT Based on a short story by Pushkin, Tchaikovsky's dark opera SAT about obsession and greed The Queen of Spades is the final SAT production conducted by Edward Gardner as Music Director at SAT ENO. It tells of the young impoverished gambler Hermann as SAT he attempts to end his run of bad luck by trying to discover SAT the old Countess's secret of winning at cards, and at the SAT same time attempting to win her granddaughter's hand in SAT marriage. Willing to risk everything, Hermann ends up SAT gambling with love and life and losing at both. SAT The cast is led by Peter Hoare, with soprano Giselle Allen SAT as the granddaughter Lisa who Hermann mercilessly tricks and SAT uses) and renowned mezzo-soprano Felicity Palmer as the SAT Countess who seals Hermann's fate. Following on from SAT previous acclaimed collaborations, David Alden directs this SAT new production with Edward Gardner conducting the Orchestra SAT and Chorus of English National Opera in this richly sonorous SAT score. Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents and chats to Russian SAT literature specialist Rosamund Bartlett. SAT SAT Hermann ..... Peter Hoare (Tenor) SAT Lisa ..... Giselle Allen (Soprano) SAT Countess ..... Felicity Palmer (Mezzo-soprano) SAT Prince Yeletsky ..... Nicholas Pallesen (Baritone) SAT Count Tomsky ..... Gregory Dahl (Baritone) SAT Pauline ..... Catherine Young (Soprano) SAT Tchenkalinsky ..... Colin Judson (Tenor) SAT Sourin ..... Wyn Pencarreg (Baritone) SAT Governess ..... Valerie Reid (Mezzo-soprano) SAT Mascha ..... Katie Bird (Soprano) SAT Tchaplitsky ..... Peter Van Hulle (Tenor) SAT Narumov .... .Charles Johnston (Baritone) SAT English National Opera Chorus SAT English National Opera Orchestra SAT Edward Gardner (Conductor). SAT SAT 22:00 Hear and Now b060zj25 (Listen) SAT Morton Subotnick at Cafe Oto SAT SAT Sara Mohr-Pietsch introduces a rare UK performance by the SAT American composer Morton Subotnick, best known for his SAT pioneering electronic work Silver Apples of the Moon. As SAT part of the ongoing series Modern Muses, Korean composer SAT Unsuk Chin discusses her collaboration with Chinese sheng SAT player Wu Wei. And we hear the world premiere of SAT pianist-composer Rolf Hind's Himalayan-inspired Tiger's SAT Nest, recorded at the Cheltenham Festival earlier today. SAT SAT Rolf Hind: Tiger's Nest SAT Joby Burgess (percussion) SAT Zubin Kanga, Richard Uttley (pianos) SAT Robert Campion, Isabelle Carré (solo gamelan) SAT Cheltenham Community Gamelan Players, directed by Jonathan SAT Roberts SAT SAT Morton Subotnick: From Silver Apples of the Moon to A Sky of SAT Cloudless Sulfur: V SAT Morton Subotnick (live electronics) SAT Recorded at Cafe Oto, London, in June. SAT SAT SUN SUNDAY 05 JULY 2015 SUN SUN 00:00 Geoffrey Smith's Jazz b060zjbl (Listen) SUN Independence Day SUN SUN As America celebrates Independence Day on the 4th of July, SUN Geoffrey Smith joins the transatlantic festivities with SUN whoops and hollers from Sonny Terry, Wynton Marsalis, Carla SUN Bley and Jazz at the Philharmonic. SUN SUN 01:00 Through the Night b060zjbn (Listen) SUN Proms 2014: London Philharmonic Orchestra under Vladimir SUN Jurowski SUN John Shea presents a concert given at the BBC Proms 2014 SUN featuring the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by SUN Vladimir Jurowski, performing Holst's The Planets, Five SUN Orchestral Pieces by Schoenberg, and Scriabin's SUN 'Prometheus'. SUN 1:01 AM SUN Holst, Gustav (1874-1934) SUN The Planets - suite Op.32 SUN London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Choir, SUN Vladimir Jurowski (Conductor) SUN 1:46 AM SUN Schoenberg, Arnold (1874-1951) SUN 5 Orchestral pieces Op.16 SUN London Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Jurowski (Conductor) SUN 2:03 AM SUN Scriabin, Alexander (1872-1915) SUN Prometheus (The poem of fire) Op.60 SUN London Philharmonic Choir (Choir), Alexander Toradze SUN (Piano), London Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Jurowski SUN (Conductor) SUN 2:27 AM SUN Scriabin, Alexander (1872-1915) SUN Poeme in F sharp (Op.32 no.1) SUN Scriabin, Alexander (Piano) SUN 2:31 AM SUN Scriabin, Alexander (1872-1915) SUN Sonata No.4 in F sharp minor (Op.30) SUN Sergei Terentjev (Piano) SUN 2:39 AM SUN Scriabin, Alexander (1872-1915) SUN Sonata No.10 in C major Op.70 for piano SUN Charles Richard-Hamelin (Piano) SUN 2:52 AM SUN Scriabin, Alexander (1872-1915) SUN 3 Etudes (Op.65) SUN Roger Woodward (Piano) SUN 3:01 AM SUN Saint-Saens, Camille (1835-1921) SUN Trio No.1 for piano, violin and cello in F (Op.18) SUN Ulf Forsberg (Violin), Mats Rondin (Cello), Stefan Lindgren SUN (Piano) SUN 3:32 AM SUN Jozef Wieniawski (1837-1912) SUN Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in G minor (Op.20) SUN Beata Bilinska (Piano), Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, SUN Lukasz Borowicz (Conductor) SUN 4:02 AM SUN Matteis, Nicola (died c.1713) SUN L'Amore (Love) SUN Elizabeth Wallfisch (Baroque Violin), Linda Kent (Chamber SUN Organ) SUN 4:06 AM SUN Schubert, Franz (1797-1828) SUN Impromptu in A flat major, D.935, Op.142 no.2 SUN Sebastian Knauer (Piano) SUN 4:13 AM SUN Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937) SUN Une barque sur l'ocean SUN Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, Eivind Aadland (Conductor) SUN 4:22 AM SUN Wiren, Dag (1905-1986) SUN Serenade for Strings (Op.11) SUN Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Niklas Willen (Conductor) SUN 4:37 AM SUN Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770 -1827) SUN Serenade Op. 8 - Adagio SUN Trio AnPaPie SUN 4:42 AM SUN Kerll, Johann Caspar (1627-1693) SUN Exsulta satis - Offertorium for countertenor, tenor, two SUN violins, viola and bc SUN Hassler Consort SUN 4:51 AM SUN Auber, Daniel-Francois-Esprit (1782-1871) SUN Overture from "Le Cheval de bronze" SUN Bratislava Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stefan Robl SUN (Conductor) SUN 5:01 AM SUN Salieri, Antonio (1750-1825) SUN Overture La grotta di Trofonio SUN Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Fabio Biondi (Conductor) SUN 5:08 AM SUN Hasse, Johann Adolf (1699-1783) SUN Organ Concerto in D major SUN Wolfgang Brunner (Organ), Salzburger Hofmusik, Wolfgang SUN Brunner (Director) SUN 5:19 AM SUN Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809) SUN Quartet for strings (Op.55'1) in A major SUN Meta4 (String Quartet) SUN 5:36 AM SUN Grieg, Edvard (1843-1907) SUN Concerto in A minor Op.16 for piano and orchestra SUN Leif Ove Andsnes (Piano), Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, SUN Jiri Belohlavek (Conductor) SUN 6:06 AM SUN Bach, Johann Ernst (1722-1777) SUN Meine Seele erhebt den Herrn (motet) SUN Martina Lins (Soprano), Silke Weisheit (Alto), Martin SUN Schmitz (Tenor), Hans-Georg Wimmer (Bass), Rheinische SUN Kantorei (Choir), Das Kleine Konzert, Hermann Max SUN (Conductor) SUN 6:19 AM SUN Rubinstein, Anton (1829-1894) SUN Na vozdusnom okeane, bez rulya i bez vetril (On an airy SUN ocean, without rudder or sail) - from the opera Deemon, Act SUN 2 Sc.4 SUN Georg Ots (Baritone), Moscow Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, SUN Kirill Raudsepp (Conductor) SUN 6:24 AM SUN Rachmaninov, Sergey (1873-1943) SUN No.9 in D major from Etudes-tableaux for piano (Op.39) SUN Matti Raekallio (Piano) SUN 6:28 AM SUN Scriabin, Alexander (1872-1915) SUN Study No.10 in D flat major (Op.8) SUN Matti Raekallio (Piano) SUN 6:30 AM SUN Handel, Georg Frideric (1685-1759) SUN Sonata for recorder/oboe and continuo (HWV.362) (Op.1 no.4) SUN in A minor SUN Louise Pellerin (Oboe), Dom Andre Laberge (Organ) SUN 6:38 AM SUN Gal, Hans (1890-1987) SUN Serenade for string orchestra (Op.46) SUN Symphony Nova Scotia, Georg Tintner (Conductor) SUN 6:53 AM SUN Greef, Arthur de (1862-1940) SUN Humoresque for Orchestra (2nd version 1928) SUN Flemish Radio Orchestra, Yannick Nezet-Seguin (Conductor). SUN SUN 07:00 Breakfast b060zjbq (Listen) SUN Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, SUN featuring listener requests. SUN SUN Email 3Breakfast@bbc.co.uk. SUN SUN 09:00 Sunday Morning b060zjbs (Listen) SUN Rob Cowan SUN SUN In this week's themed section of the programme, Rob Cowan SUN presents a variety of concerti grossi ranging from works by SUN Geminiani and Corelli to 20th-century interpretations by SUN Martinu and Bloch. He also includes a historic record of SUN Brahms's Violin Sonata by Ginette and Jean Niveu, made SUN shortly before they were killed in an air crash, and the SUN programme's ongoing cycle of Beethoven's cello sonatas SUN reaches No.3 in A Major, in an acclaimed recording by SUN Heinrich Schiff and Till Fellner. SUN SUN 12:00 Private Passions b0457qk5 (Listen) SUN Irving Finkel SUN SUN Assyriologist Irving Finkel talks to Michael Berkeley about SUN his passion for clay tablets, chamber music, and Jimi SUN Hendrix. SUN SUN Irving Finkel is one of the world's leading experts in the SUN world's oldest, and most impenetrable, system of writing - SUN cuneiform. SUN SUN Because the scribes of Ancient Mesopotamia imprinted SUN cuneiform with a stylus into clay tablets, lots of it has SUN survived, and indeed Irving Finkel has spent the past 45 SUN years delighting in the company of more than 130,000 SUN cuneiform tablets at the British Museum. But one day a SUN member of the public brought in a clay tablet which changed SUN his life - it was a 4000-year-old blueprint for Noah's Ark - SUN a thousand years older than the story in the Bible. SUN SUN Irving is also passionate about music - particularly old SUN recordings - and his choices include string quartets by SUN Schubert and Dvorak, 1930s blues and a blast of Jimi SUN Hendrix. SUN SUN Producer: Jane Greenwood. SUN SUN 00 00:04 Ana Isabel Luna Moreno (artist) SUN Babylonian Lullaby/Babylonian Harp SUN Performer: Ana Isabel Luna Moreno SUN Music Arranger: Dumbrill, Richard SUN Music Arranger: Bousquet, Margaux SUN SUN 00 00:06 Franz Schubert SUN Quartettsatz in C minor, D703 SUN Ensemble: Amadeus Quartet SUN SUN 00 00:16 Alain Romans SUN Quel temps fait-il a Paris SUN Ensemble: [unknown] SUN SUN 00 00:22 Skip James SUN Devil got my woman SUN Singer: Skip James SUN SUN 00 00:30 Arnold Schoenberg SUN Verklarte Nacht (opening) SUN Ensemble: The Hollywood String Quartet SUN Performer: Alvin Dinkin SUN Performer: Kurt Reher SUN SUN 00 00:35 Django Reinhardt SUN Swing 42 SUN Music Group: Quintette du Hot Club de France SUN Performer: Stéphane Grappelli SUN SUN 00 00:41 Jacques Offenbach SUN Tu n'es pas beau, tu n'es pas riche (La Perichole) SUN Singer: Maggie Teyte SUN Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum SUN SUN 00 00:48 Antonin Dvorak SUN String quartet in F major, Op.96 (American)(1st mvt: Allegro SUN ma non troppo) SUN Ensemble: Bohemian SUN SUN 00 00:55 Jimi Hendrix SUN Hey Joe SUN Singer: Jimi Hendrix SUN SUN 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b060brzw (Listen) SUN Wigmore Hall Mondays: Ilya Gringolts and Ashley Wass SUN SUN Violinist Ilya Gringolts and pianist Ashley Wass from SUN Wigmore Hall, London in music by Debussy and Korngold SUN SUN Presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch SUN SUN Claude Debussy SUN Violin Sonata in G minor SUN SUN Erich Wolfgang Korngold SUN Violin Sonata in G major Op. 6 SUN SUN Violinist Ilya Gringolts and pianist Ashley Wass contrast SUN two works in today's concert - they start with Debussy's SUN final composition - his brief but imaginative violin sonata. SUN They contrast this with Korngold's romantic sonata Op.6, SUN composed while he was only fifteen and before he found fame SUN in Hollywood. SUN SUN 14:00 The Early Music Show b060zk58 (Listen) SUN Live from the 2015 York Early Music Festival SUN SUN Lucie Skeaping is at the National Centre for Early Music for SUN a special live edition from the 2015 York Early Music SUN Festival with guests including bass viol duo Jonathan SUN Dunford and Sylvia Abramowicz, and conductor Christian SUN Curnyn. SUN SUN 15:00 Choral Evensong b060bw6y (Listen) SUN Westminster Cathedral SUN SUN Choral Vespers from Westminster Cathedral on the SUN Solemnity of the Dedication of the Cathedral SUN SUN Introit: Elegi abiectus esse (Philips) SUN Hymn: Urbs Jerusalem beata (plainsong) SUN Psalms 46 (Deus noster refugium), 122 (Laetatus sum) SUN Canticle: Revelation 19 vv 1-2, 5-7 SUN Reading: Revelation 21 vv 2-3, 22, 27 SUN Magnificat primi toni (Palestrina) SUN Homily: Father Alexander Master SUN Motet: Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen (Schütz) SUN Antiphon: Ave Maria (Holst) SUN Organ Voluntary: Carillon de Westminster (Vierne) SUN SUN Master of Music: Martin Baker SUN Assistant Master of Music: Peter Stevens SUN Organ Scholar: Benjamin Bloor. SUN SUN 16:00 The Choir b050skcb (Listen) SUN William Byrd's Mass for Four Voices SUN SUN Exploring a rather unusual area in the choral world, this SUN week Sara Mohr-Pietsch delves into music composed for choir SUN and solo cello. Plus, another of Sara's 'Choral Classics', SUN this week from the English Renaissance composer William SUN Byrd, his Mass for Four Voices. Also this week, Sara speaks SUN to the composer Cecilia McDowall about her favourite choral SUN music. SUN SUN 01 00:01 William Byrd SUN Sing joyfully unto God for 6 voices SUN Performer: The Tallis Scholars SUN Conductor: Peter Phillips SUN SUN 02 00:05 Anton Stepanovich Arensky SUN 3 Quartets Op.57 for voices with solo cello: Serenade SUN Performer: Dmitri Miller SUN Conductor: Valery Kuzmich Polyansky SUN Choir: Russian State Symphony Cappella SUN SUN 03 00:08 Eriks Esenvalds SUN The Earthly Rose SUN Performer: Sally Pryce SUN Conductor: Stephen Layton SUN Choir: Choir of Trinity College SUN SUN 04 00:12 Jocelyn Morlock SUN Exaudi SUN Performer: Ariel Barnes SUN Performer: musica intima SUN Choir: musica intima SUN SUN 05 00:23 Joseph Haydn SUN Mass in B flat major H.22.14 (Harmoniemesse) SUN Performer: Collegium Musicum 90 SUN Conductor: Richard Hickox SUN SUN 06 00:28 [traditional] SUN Barbara Furtuna SUN Performer: Code de Corsica SUN Music Arranger: Voce di Corsica SUN Choir: Code di Corsica SUN SUN 07 00:35 Cecilia McDowall SUN Christus natus est: Personent hodie SUN Performer: Orchestra Nova SUN Conductor: George Vass SUN Choir: Parmiter's Senior Singers SUN Choir: Canterbury Chamber Choir SUN Orchestra: Orchestra Nova SUN SUN 08 00:41 Benjamin Britten SUN A Hymn to the Virgin for chorus [with semi-chorus] SUN Choir: Phoenix Chorale SUN Director: Charles Bruffy SUN SUN 09 00:48 Thomas Tallis SUN Miserere nostri for 7 voices SUN Choir: Stile Antico SUN SUN 10 00:55 Johann Sebastian Bach SUN Mass in B minor BWV.232: Sanctus SUN Director: Masaaki Suzuki SUN Ensemble: Japan Bach Collegium SUN SUN 11 01:01 William Byrd SUN Mass for 4 voices: Kyrie SUN Ensemble: The King’s Singers SUN SUN 12 01:04 William Byrd SUN Mass for 4 voices: Gloria SUN Ensemble: The King’s Singers SUN SUN 13 01:11 William Byrd SUN Mass for 4 voices: Agnus Dei SUN Ensemble: The King’s Singers SUN SUN 14 01:15 John Tavener SUN Svyati SUN Performer: Richard May SUN Conductor: David Ogden SUN Choir: Exultate Singers SUN SUN 15 01:27 Nat King Cole SUN Straighten Up and Fly Right SUN Choir: Voces8 SUN Music Arranger: Jim Clements SUN SUN 17:30 Words and Music b060zkjj (Listen) SUN Conversations SUN SUN Catherine Harvey and Jamie Parker muse on Conversations from SUN the early Socratic dialogues to Larkin's 'Talking in Bed', SUN and Debrett's to Theodore Zeldin. There are also SUN conversation pieces between modern and original poems, as C. SUN Day Lewis replies poetically to Christopher Marlowe's 'The SUN Passionate Shepherd to his Love'. Music includes Messiaen's SUN Antienne de la conversation intérieure and Telemann's chatty SUN Divertimento in E flat major, TWV.50:21. SUN SUN Elizabeth Arno (producer). SUN SUN 01 00:00 BERIO SUN PIERO (Farulli) from DUETTI for 2 violins, Vol.1 No.18 SUN Performer: Carlo Chiarappa & Stefano Montanari (violins) SUN SUN 02 00:00 SUN UNKNOWN, translated by BURTON WATSON SUN I just had to start a conversation, read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 03 00:01 SUN D. H. LAWRENCE SUN Talk, read by Jamie Parker SUN SUN 04 00:01 Claude Debussy SUN Preludes Book 1 No 3 Le Vent dands la plaine SUN Performer: Jean-Efflam Bavouzet (piano) SUN SUN 05 00:03 SUN DEBRETT'S SUN Conversation (extract), read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 06 00:04 Georg Philipp Telemann SUN La Conversation à la table. Gavotte, from Divertimento in E SUN flat major, TWV.50:21 SUN Performer: Collegium Musicum 90, Simon Standage (director) SUN SUN 07 00:06 SUN LEONARD BACON SUN Afternoon Tea, read by Jamie Parker SUN SUN 08 00:06 Sergey Vasilievich Rachmaninov SUN Scherzo for orchestra in D minor [1887] SUN Performer: Radio Filharmonisch Orkest Holland, Edo de Waart SUN (conductor) SUN SUN 09 00:10 SUN E. E. CUMMINGS SUN logeorge, read by Jamie Parker SUN SUN 10 00:11 NANCARROW SUN Study # 19 (canon 12:15:20), from Studies for player piano, SUN transcribed for piano duo SUN Performer: Bugallo-Williams Piano Duo (Helena Bugallo & Amy SUN Williams) SUN SUN 11 00:12 SUN MARY ELIZABETH COLERIDGE SUN Winged Words, read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 12 00:13 Igor Stravinsky SUN Lied ohne Name for two bassoons SUN Performer: Matthias Bühlmann & Johannes Jöhri (basssoons) SUN SUN 13 00:13 SUN MATTHEW GREEN SUN Sometimes I dress, with women sit, read by Jamie Parker SUN SUN 14 00:14 SUN TOM GUNN SUN The Conversation of Old Men, read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 15 00:14 WOLKENSTEIN SUN Nu rue mit sorgen SUN Performer: Andreas Scholl (countertenor), Shield of Harmony SUN Ensemble, Crawford Young (director) SUN SUN 16 00:19 SUN CARDUCCI, translated by EDWARD HENRY, Bishop of Exeter SUN Bickersteth SUN Conversation with Trees, read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 17 00:20 SUN ELIZABETH BISHOP SUN Conversation Poem, read by Jamie Parker SUN SUN 18 00:20 György Ligeti SUN Polyphonic Étude SUN Performer: Frederik Ullén (piano) SUN SUN 19 00:22 SUN THEODORE ZELDIN SUN How Talk Can Change Our Lives (extract, from Conversation, SUN read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 20 00:23 Johann Sebastian Bach SUN Largo ma non tanto, from Concerto for two Violins in D SUN minor, BWV.1043 SUN Performer: Nigel Kennedy & Daniel Stabrawa (violins), Berlin SUN Philharmonic Orchestra SUN SUN 21 00:29 SUN CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE SUN The Passionate Shepherd to his Love, read by Jamie Parker SUN SUN 22 00:30 SUN C. DAY LEWIS SUN Song, read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 23 00:31 Knut Nystedt SUN Immortal Bach SUN Performer: Berlin Radio Chorus, Simon Halsey (director) SUN SUN 24 00:36 EÖTVÖS SUN Snatches of a Conversation (2001) (extract) SUN Performer: Marco Blaauw (double-bell trumpet), Omar Ebrahim SUN (speaker), musikFabrik I Ensemble für Neue Musik, Péter SUN Eötvös (conductor) SUN SUN 25 00:37 SUN MIHANGEL MORGAN, translated from Welsh by MARTIN DAVIS SUN I've got a talking chair, read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 26 00:41 SUN PLATO, edited by TREVOR J. SAUNDERS SUN Ion, extract from Early Socratic Dialogues, read by SUN Catherine Harvey & Jamie Parker SUN SUN 27 00:44 Robert de Visée SUN Courante SUN Performer: Vincent Dumstre (theorbo) SUN SUN 28 00:46 SUN GRAVES SUN Over the Brazier, read by Jamie Parker SUN SUN 29 00:48 David Sylvian SUN Conversation Ending in Divorce SUN Performer: David Sylvian (guitars, synthesisers, keyboard SUN programming), John Taylor (piano), Stuart Bruce (computer SUN programming) SUN SUN 30 00:51 Olivier Messiaen SUN Antienne de la Conversation Intérieure SUN Performer: Yvonne Loriod (piano), Jeanne Loriod (onde SUN Martenot), Maîtrise et orchestra de chamber de la R. T. F, SUN Marcel Couraud (director) SUN SUN 31 01:01 SUN DYLAN THOMAS SUN The Conversation of Prayers, read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 32 01:02 Franz Schubert SUN Fantasy in F minor for piano duet, D.940 / Op.103 (extract) SUN Performer: Katia and Marielle Labèque (piano four hands) SUN SUN 33 01:02 SUN BOCCACCIO, translated by DANTE SUN Of Three Girls and of Their Talk, from the Sonnets, read by SUN Jamie Parker SUN SUN 34 01:07 SUN JOHN DONNE SUN Holy Sonnet XIV, read by Jamie Parker SUN SUN 35 01:09 SUN MARK JARMAN SUN Unholy Sonnet, read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 36 01:09 Claudio Monteverdi SUN Pur ti miro (Coronazione di Poppea) SUN Performer: Danielle de Niese (soprano), Andreas Scholl SUN (countertenor), English Concert, Harry Bicket (conductor) SUN SUN 37 01:13 SUN PHILIP LARKIN SUN Talking in Bed, read by Catherine Harvey SUN SUN 18:45 Sunday Feature b060zkjl (Listen) SUN HG and the H-Bomb SUN SUN Samira Ahmed unearths the extraordinary role of HG Wells in SUN the creation of the nuclear bomb 70 years ago - and how a SUN simple, devastating idea led to the world we know today. SUN SUN In his 1914 novel The World Set Free, Wells imagined bombs SUN that destroy civilisation and lead to a new world order. But SUN his "atomic bombs" - a name he conceived - are grenades that SUN keep on exploding. SUN SUN How did this idea become a reality? Samira discovers the SUN strange conjunction of science-fiction and fact that spawned SUN the bomb as Wells mixed with key scientists and politicians SUN such as Lenin and Churchill. Churchill claimed Wells was SUN solely responsible for the use of aeroplanes and tanks in SUN the First World War. Thanks to Wells, Churchill was also SUN ahead of many in writing about the military potential of SUN nuclear weapons - as he did in his 1924 article for the Pall SUN Mall Gazette, "Shall We All Commit Suicide?" SUN SUN In London's Russell Square, Samira retraces the steps of SUN Hungarian physicist Leo Szilard who conceived the neutron SUN chain reaction. Amid the bustle and noise of the capital in SUN 1933, he suddenly realised how to exploit the potential of SUN nuclear energy and - because he'd read Wells - the SUN devastating impact it would have. SUN SUN But what could he do? How easy is it to keep a secret in the SUN scientific community, with war looming? Once a dangerous, SUN world-changing idea exists, is it possible to contain it? SUN SUN To find out, Samira speaks to nuclear physicist Dr Elizabeth SUN Cunningham; Graham Farmelo, author of Churchill's Bomb; SUN Professor Lisa Jardine; Andrew Nahum, chief curator of SUN "Churchill's Scientists" at the Science Museum, London; and SUN Michael Sherborne, author of HG Wells - Another Kind of SUN Life. SUN SUN Readings by Toby Hadoke SUN Presenter Samira Ahmed SUN Producers Simon and Thomas Guerrier SUN A Whistledown Production for BBC Radio 3. SUN SUN 19:30 Radio 3 Live in Concert b060zkjn (Listen) SUN Melvyn Tan - Beethoven and Schubert SUN SUN Melvyn Tan plays Beethoven and Schubert on two Viennese SUN fortepianos at Finchcocks Musical Museum. SUN Situated in the heart of the Kent countryside, Finchcocks SUN Musical Museum contains one of the world's finest SUN collections of early keyboard instruments. Tonight, Melvyn SUN Tan plays the music of Schubert and Beethoven on two SUN Viennese pianos of the sort that the composers themselves SUN would have played. Presented by Petroc Trelawny SUN SUN Beethoven: Sonata No.11 in B flat major, Op.22 SUN Schubert: 6 Moments musicaux, D780 SUN SUN approx. 8.25pm Interval Music: Emma Kirkby sings Thomas SUN Arne's cantata The Morning. SUN SUN c. 8.50pm SUN Beethoven: 6 Bagatelles, Op.126 SUN Schubert: 4 Impromptus, Op.90, D899 SUN SUN The opening Beethoven sonata is conceived on a grand scale SUN and in it he explores the very specific sonic capabilities SUN of the Viennese pianos of the time; the theatrical SUN decrescendo into the bass in the first movement promises to SUN sound especially dramatic when played on the beautiful SUN c.1815 Johann Fritz piano at Finchcocks. In the second half, SUN Melvyn Tan switches to a superlative piano by Conrad Graf SUN which dates from 1826, precisely the time that the remainder SUN of the music in tonight's concert was written SUN Beethoven's aphoristic Opus 126 Bagatelles don't just SUN showcase his compositional practice but prove a remarkable SUN vehicle for demonstrating the capabilities of the Viennese SUN piano itself. Conrad Graf loaned one of his pianos to SUN Beethoven at the time he was writing the Op.126 Bagatelles SUN but, alas the composer was too deaf to hear these, his last SUN works. In contrast to the shard-like beauty of Beethoven's SUN bagatelles, it'll be fascinating to hear the lyrical, SUN bitter-sweet world of some of Schubert's most popular music SUN realised on two pianos of his time; for many listeners, SUN they'll probably never be able to hear them the same way SUN again. SUN SUN 22:00 Drama on 3 b060zkjq (Listen) SUN Scribblers SUN SUN By Steve Waters. Dramatising the shadowy relationship SUN between the state and the stage in the 1730s, 'Scribblers' SUN focuses on the relationship between young playwright Henry SUN Fielding and the First Minister Robert Walpole. Tracking SUN back and forth between high politics and the emergence of a SUN fringe theatre of real dissent, it explores the premature SUN birth of political theatre through the mad-cap work of SUN Fielding before it was strangled by the Licensing Act of SUN 1737. SUN SUN Lady Mary Wortley Montagu ..... Niamh Cusack SUN Robert Walpole ..... David Troughton SUN Henry Fielding ..... Carl Prekopp SUN James Ralph/Lord Hervey ..... Trevor White SUN Nicholas Paxton/Henry Giffard ..... Peter Hamilton Dyer SUN Molly Skerrett ..... Jane Whittenshaw SUN Charlotte Charke ..... Laura Elphinstone SUN SUN Writen by Steve Waters SUN Directed and produced by Jeremy Mortimer SUN A Cast Iron production for BBC Radio 3. SUN SUN Steve Waters' plays include English Journeys (1998), After SUN the Gods (2002) and Fast Labour (2008) - all produced on SUN Hampstead Theatre Main Stage; The Contingency Plan (2009), SUN Little Platoons (2011), Ignorance/Jahiliyyah (2012) and SUN Temple (2015) - currently playing at Donmar Warehouse. His SUN radio play Bretton Woods was broadcast on Radio 3 in 2014. SUN Steve lectures in creative writing at the University of East SUN Anglia. SUN SUN Credits SUN Writer: Steve Waters SUN Lady Mary Wortley Montagu: Niamh Cusack SUN Robert Walpole: David Troughton SUN Henry Fielding: Carl Prekopp SUN James Ralph/Lord Hervey: Trevor White SUN Nicholas Paxton/Henry Giffard: Peter Hamilton Dyer SUN Molly Skerrett: Jane Whittenshaw SUN Charlotte Charke: Laura Elphinstone SUN Director: Jeremy Mortimer SUN Producer: Jeremy Mortimer SUN SUN 23:30 BBC Performing Groups b060zkjs (Listen) SUN BBC Philharmonic - Mozart and Beethoven SUN SUN The BBC Philharmonic play Mozart's overture to La Clemenza SUN di Tito, conducted by Gianandrea Noseda, and Beethoven's SUN Pastoral Symphony, No.6 in F major, conducted by Nicholas SUN Kraemer. SUN SUN Credits SUN Performer: BBC Philharmonic SUN SUN MON MONDAY 06 JULY 2015 MON MON 00:30 Through the Night b060zl0g (Listen) MON Copenhagen Renaissance Music Festival MON John Shea presents a concert given by Ars Nova Copenhagen MON with Concerto Copenhagen conducted by Paul Hillier at the MON 2014 Copenhagen Renaissance Music Festival. MON 12:31 AM MON Schütz, Heinrich (1585-1672) MON Four Psalms MON Daniel Carlsson (countertenor), Karl Nyhlin (theorbo), Leif MON Meyer (organ), Paul Bentley (tenor), Lauf Aruhn-Solén MON (tenor), William Gaunt (bass), Peter Spissky (violin), MON Fredrik From (violin), Judith-Marie Blomsterberg (cello), MON Ars Nova Copenhagen, Paul Hillier (conductor) MON 12:50 AM MON Schütz, Heinrich / Anonymous MON Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt; Jauchzet dem Herren, alle MON Welt MON Leif Meyer (organ), Ars Nova Copenhagen, Paul Hillier MON (conductor) MON 1:00 AM MON Uccellini, Marco (c.1603-1680) MON Bergamasca MON Karl Nyhlin (theorbo), Peter Spissky (violin) & Fredrik From MON (violin) MON 1:05 AM MON Schütz, Heinrich MON An den Wassern zu Babel; Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dir MON Karl Nyhlin (theorbo), Leif Meyer (organ), Mattias MON Frostenson (double bass), Ars Nova Copenhagen, Paul Hillier MON (conductor) MON 1:14 AM MON Schütz, Heinrich MON Fili mi, Absalon MON William Gaunt (bass), Leif Meyer (organ), Stefan Wikström MON (trombone), Ian Price (trombone), Thomas Dahlkvist MON (trombone), Daniel Stighäll (trombone), Paul Hillier MON (conductor) MON 1:20 AM MON Schütz, Heinrich MON Die mit Tränen säen; Saul, Saul was verfolgst du mich MON Karl Nyhlin (theorbo), Leif Meyer (organ), Ars Nova MON Copenhagen, Concerto Copenhagen, Paul Hillier (conductor) MON 1:26 AM MON Gabrieli, Giovanni (c.1553-1612) MON Sonata XIII a 8 from 'Canzone et Sonate (1615)' MON Concerto Copenhagen, Paul Hillier (conductor) MON 1:30 AM MON Schütz, Heinrich MON Ich danke dem Herrn; Ich freu' mich des, das mir geredt ist MON Ars Nova Copenhagen, Concerto Copenhagen, Paul Hillier MON (conductor) MON 1:39 AM MON Schütz, Heinrich MON Habe deine Lust an dem Herren MON Kate Macoboy (soprano), Kristin Mulders (mezzo-soprano), MON Karl Nyhlin (theorbo), Judith-Marie Blomsterberg (cello) MON 1:44 AM MON Schütz, Heinrich MON Meine Seele erhebt den Herren MON Karl Nyhlin (theorbo), Leif Meyer (organ), Ars Nova MON Copenhagen, Concerto Copenhagen, Paul Hillier (conductor) MON 1:52 AM MON Dvorak, Antonin [1841-1904] MON Symphony No.7 in D minor MON BBC Symphony Orchestra, Jiri Belohlavek (conductor) MON 2:31 AM MON Schubert, Franz (1797-1828) MON Piano Sonata in A minor (D.845) MON Alfred Brendel (piano) MON 3:07 AM MON Frühling, Carl (1868-1937) MON Trio for clarinet, cello and piano MON Amici Chamber Ensemble MON 3:34 AM MON Liebermann, Rolf (1910-1999) MON Suite on six Swiss folk songs MON Swiss Chamber Philharmonic, Patrice Ulrich (conductor) MON 3:46 AM MON Henderson, Ruth Watson (b. 1932) MON Two Love Songs MON The Elmer Iseler Singers, Claire Preston (piano), Lydia MON Adams (conductor) MON 3:52 AM MON Debussy, Claude [1862-1918] MON Rondes de Printemps - from Images MON BBC Philharmonic, Juanjo Mena (conductor) MON 4:00 AM MON Lithander, Carl Ludwig (1773-1843) MON Rondo for flute and keyboard MON Mikael Helasvuo (flute), Tuija Hakkila (fortepiano) MON 4:07 AM MON Pachelbel, Johann (1653-1706) MON Canon and Gigue in D major MON Tasmanian Symphony Chamber Players, Barbara Jane Gilbey MON (violin and director), Geoffrey Lancaster (harpsichord) MON 4:13 AM MON Bach, Johann Sebastian [1685-1750] MON Prelude and Fugue for organ (BWV.561) in A minor MON Norbert Bartelsman (organ) MON 4:22 AM MON Gounod, Charles (1818-1893) MON Overture to Mireille MON Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava, Oliver MON Dohnányi (conductor) MON 4:31 AM MON Chausson, Ernest (1855-1899) MON Chanson Perpétuelle, Op.37 MON Barbara Hendricks (soprano), Staffan Scheja (piano), Vertavo MON String Quartet MON 4:38 AM MON De Vocht, Lodewijk [1887-1977] MON Naar hoger licht (Towards a Higher Light) MON Luc Tooten (cello), Vlaams Radio Orkest, Jan Latham-Koenig MON (conductor) MON 4:46 AM MON Handel, Georg Frideric (1685-1759) MON Künft'ger Zeiten eitler Kummer (HWV.202) MON Hélène Plouffe (violin), Louise Pellerin (oboe), Dom André MON Laberge (organ) MON 4:52 AM MON Schubert, Franz (1797-1828) / Goethe MON Gesang der Geistern über den Wassern ('Spirits' song above MON the waters') MON Estonian National Male Choir, Estonian National Symphony MON Orchestra, Juri Alperten (director) MON 5:02 AM MON Franck, César (1822-1890) MON Prélude, fugue et variation for organ in B minor MON Pierre Pincemaille (organ) MON 5:11 AM MON Beethoven, Ludwig van [1770 -1827] MON Sonata quasi una fantasia in C sharp minor Op.27 no.2 MON (Moonlight) MON Louis Schwizgebel (piano) MON 5:27 AM MON Wagner, Richard (1813-1883) MON Prelude and Act III Liebestod from the opera Tristan and MON Isolde MON BBC Philharmonic, Vassily Sinaisky (conductor) MON 5:46 AM MON Wagner, Richard (1813-1883) text: Wesendonck, Mathilde MON (1828-1902) MON Wesendonck-Lieder for voice and orchestra MON Jane Eaglen (soprano), Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Juanjo MON Mena (conductor) MON 6:08 AM MON Szymanowski, Karol (1882-1937) MON Violin Concerto No.2 MON Edward Zienkowski (violin), Polish Radio National Symphony MON Orchestra, Katowice, Michal Dworzynski (conductor). MON MON 06:30 Breakfast b060zl0j (Listen) MON Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast MON show, featuring listener requests. MON MON Email 3Breakfast@bbc.co.uk. MON MON 09:00 Essential Classics b060zl0l (Listen) MON 9am MON A selection of music including '5 reasons to love... MON Nocturnes'. Rob explores works with this name ranging from MON the poetic character pieces for piano of Chopin, Fauré and MON John Field (the inventor of the genre) to the orchestral MON impressionist portraits of Debussy and Delius. MON MON 9.30am MON Take part in our daily musical challenge and identify the MON place associated with a well-known work. MON MON 10am MON Rob's guest is David Quantick, who started out as a rock MON music journalist before going on to write comic material for MON many of the funniest people around today, from Graham Norton MON and Harry Hill to Sally Phillips and Mitchell and Webb. He's MON written scripts for satirical TV shows including The Thick MON of It and BBC Radio's The Now Show, and the controversial MON series Brass Eye. His taste in music is wide-ranging and MON exploratory, and throughout the week he'll be choosing some MON of his favourite classical pieces by composers including MON Vaughan Williams, Kurt Weill and Leos Janacek. MON MON 10.30am MON Rob features the Building a Library recommendation from last MON Saturday's CD review MON MON Rodgers and Hammerstein MON Carousel MON MON 11am MON This week Rob features recordings by one of the great MON violinists of the 20th century, Nathan Milstein, a musician MON of impeccable taste whose breathtaking virtuosity burns MON across the years like a laser. He was a violinist's MON violinist who, whenever he played, was utterly at one with MON the instrument. Born in Odessa, Milstein studied with the MON great Hungarian violin teacher Leopold Auer at the St MON Petersburg Conservatory before settling in New York. With a MON career that lasted an incredible 72 years, he was worthy of MON his title 'the prince of the violin'. MON MON Dvorak MON Violin Concerto MON Nathan Milstein (violin) MON Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra MON William Steinberg (conductor). MON MON 12:00 Composer of the Week b01c9nws (Listen) MON Sally Beamish (1956-), Early Works MON MON This week Donald Macleod visits Sally Beamish in her home MON near Loch Lomond, to talk to her about her work. Sally has MON been composing since she was a child but only set out on the MON path of professional composer after moving to Scotland in MON 1990, having already established a successful career as a MON viola player. Today she discusses her earliest commissions MON and how moving to Scotland, and motherhood, influenced her MON decision to become a composer. MON MON Commedia (extract) MON Hebrides Ensemble MON MON No, I'm Not Afraid - Six poems by Irina Ratushinskaya MON Geoffrey Cox (oboe)/ Swedish Chamber Orchestra / Ola Rudner MON (cond) / Sally Beamish (narrator) MON MON Tuscan Lullaby MON Mary Wiegold (soprano)/ The Composers Ensemble/ Dominic MON Muldowney (cond) MON MON Symphony No.1 MON Royal Scottish National Orchestra/ Martyn Brabbins (cond). MON MON 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b060zmjg (Listen) MON Wigmore Hall Mondays: Jean-Guihen Queyras MON MON Jean-Guihen Queyras plays cello Suites by Britten and Bach MON MON Britten: Cello Suite No.1, Op.72 MON Bach: Cello Suite No.6 in D major, BWV 1012 MON MON Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello MON MON First performed fifty years ago by Mstislav Rostropovich at MON the Aldeburgh Festival, the nine continuous sections of MON Britten's First Cello Suite make massive technical and MON emotional demands on the soloist. MON Jean-Guihen Queyras journeys through the work before turning MON to the last of Bach's Cello Suites, which Rostropovich aptly MON described as 'a symphony for cello'. MON MON 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b060zmjj (Listen) MON BBC Symphony Orchestra and Singers, Episode 1 MON MON Penny Gore presents a week of recent recordings by the BBC MON Symphony Orchestra including Stravinsky's Scherzo a la Russe MON and Korngold's Marchenbilder conducted by Michael Seal. The MON young Chinese pianist Fang Yuan joins the orchestra with the MON Czech conductor Marek Sedivy in a performance of Beethoven's MON 1st Piano Concerto. Plus Verity Sharp presents a concert by MON the BBC Singers of music by Judith Weir, Byrd and Howells. MON MON Presented by Penny Gore. MON MON 14:00 MON STRAVINSKY MON Scherzo à la Russe MON BBC Symphony Orchestra MON Michael Seal (conductor) MON MON 14:05 MON KORNGOLD MON Märchenbilder, Op.3 MON BBC Symphony Orchestra MON Michael Seal (conductor) MON MON 14:25 MON BBC Singers in Concert MON Presented by Verity Sharp MON MON JUDITH WEIR Ave Regina Caelorum MON JUDITH WEIR Truly I Tell You MON KEMAL YUSUF Psalm 91 MON CHERYL FRANCES-HOAD Psalm 1 MON BYRD Miserere mei MON GIBBONS O clap your hands MON HOWELLS Rhapsody IV Bene psallite in vociferatione MON HOLLOWAY Three Psalms: Psalm 39 MON EDWARD RUSHTON Psalm 149 MON JUDITH WEIR A blue true dream of sky JUDITH WEIR The Song MON sung True MON MON Stephen Farr (organ) MON Chi-chi Nwanoku (double bass) MON Olivia Robinson (soprano) MON BBC Singers MON David Hill (conductor) MON MON 15:45 MON BEETHOVEN MON Piano Concerto No.1 in C MON BBC Symphony Orchestra MON Fang Yuan (piano) MON Marek Sedivy (conductor). MON MON Credits MON Actor: BBC Symphony Orchestra MON Performer: BBC Singers MON MON 16:30 In Tune b060zmjl (Listen) MON Cordelia Williams, Augusta Read Thomas, Ksenija Sidorova MON MON Suzy Klein presents a selection of live music and guests MON including pianist Cordelia Williams, as she prepares to MON perform at Cheltenham Festival with poet Michael Symmons MON Roberts, as part of her 'Between Heaven and the Clouds: MON Messiaen 2015' project, setting Messiaen's Vingt Regards MON alongside words and images. One of America's leading MON composers Augusta Read Thomas discusses the upcoming world MON premiere of her new work 'Of Being Is a Bird', based on the MON poem by Emily Dickinson, being performed by Aurora Orchestra MON and soprano Claire Booth at Wigmore Hall in London. And star MON classical accordionist Ksenija Sidorova plays live in the MON studio, with violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky and pianist MON Aizhana Nurkenova, ahead of their project "Tango Stories" MON which will appear at the Lichfield and Cheltenham Festivals. MON MON 18:30 Composer of the Week b01c9nws (Listen) MON [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] MON MON 19:30 Radio 3 Live in Concert b060zrx1 (Listen) MON Brook Street Band, Matthew Brook - Bach and Handel MON MON Live from Wigmore Hall MON Presented by Martin Handley MON MON The Brook Street Band and bass-baritone Matthew Brook MON perform Bach and Handel. MON MON Handel: Oboe Concerto in G minor HWV 287 MON Bach: Trio Sonata in G major BWV 1039 MON Handel: Cantata: Dalla guerra amorosa HWV 102 MON MON 8.15: Interval MON MON 8.35 MON Bach: Trio Sonata in G major BWV 1038 MON Handel: Trio Sonata in G minor HWV 393 MON Bach: Ich habe genug BWV 82 MON MON The Brook Street Band: MON Rachel Harris & Farran Scott, violins MON Nicola Blakey, viola MON Tatty Theo, cello MON Carina Cosgrave, bass MON Alexandra Bellamy, oboe MON Carolyn Gibley, harpischord & chamber organ MON Matthew Brook, bass-baritone MON MON The Brook Street Band have called their concert of Bach and MON Handel "Heaven and Earth", as the works chosen, ending with MON Bach's sacred cantata 'Ich habe genug',explore themes of MON love and destiny, both earthbound and celestial. MON MON 22:00 Free Thinking b060zmjs (Listen) MON Pather Panchali, Sunjeev Sahota, Invalidism MON MON Tariq Ali discusses Satyajit Ray's 1955 film Pather Panchali MON (Song of the Little Road) 60 years on with Rana Mitter. 2015 MON New Generation Thinker Clare Walker Gore looks at the MON depiction of invalidism in the writings of Trollope and MON other Victorian novelists. Novelist Sunjeev Sahota was MON included in Granta magazine's most recent list of the 20 MON most promising young British novelists under 40. He talks MON about his new novel which depicts the different experiences MON of migrant workers who have travelled from India to MON Sheffield. Playwright and author Neil Bartlett discusses his MON project at the Wellcome Collection which asks members of the MON public to answer anonymously a series of questions about MON attitudes to sex. MON MON Sunjeev Sahota's novel is called The Year of the Runaways. MON Pather Panchali is available on DVD. MON The Institute of Sexology runs at the Wellcome Collection MON until September 20th. Neil Bartlett will be in Conversation MON there on July 23rd 19.00 - 20.00 and his project will be MON archived in the Wellcome Library once the exhibition ends. MON MON Credits MON Interviewed Guest: Tariq Ali MON Presenter: Rana Mitter MON Interviewed Guest: Clare Walker Gore MON Interviewed Guest: Sunjeev Sahota MON Interviewed Guest: Neil Bartlett MON Producer: Robyn Read MON MON 22:45 The Essay b033bsfn (Listen) MON A Taste of Summer in America, Corn on the Cob MON MON Author and journalist Susan Orleans, learned in second grade MON how the Pilgrims would have starved had Native Americans not MON taught them how to grow corn. Since then, she developed a MON lifelong appreciation of a food staple but it is only in the MON summer that she craves it. MON MON In this week marking the Fourth of July holiday, five MON American writers describe seminal summer eating experiences. MON Funny, emotional, poignant and informative, these five talks MON describe how no matter how much life changes, eating MON outdoors in summer and rediscovering a favourite food is MON what makes summer memories. MON MON Later in the series, Nathan Englander discovers that MON Wisconsin cheeses are as varied and exquisite as anything MON he's eaten in France. TC Boyle charts his summers according MON to his memories of cookouts and each grilling adventure MON changes according to his stage of life but also his MON location, as he moves across America. Simon Van Booy MON compares two kinds of food in a bun, which he buys at two MON very different New York beaches. The humble Coney Island MON hotdog is perfect for an urban seaside with fairground MON attractions but in the sophisticated Hamptons, he prefers an MON elegant, and much more expensive, lobster roll. It is MON dessert that Audrey Niffenegger most associates with her MON summers and most of all, her love of rhubarb and ice cream. MON MON 23:00 Jazz on 3 b060zmpm (Listen) MON The Bad Plus MON MON A second chance to hear cult US trio The Bad Plus perform at MON the 2014 EFG London Jazz Festival. MON MON Throughout their career The Bad Plus have traversed ground MON from Stravinsky to David Bowie, Queen to jazz standards - MON but whether joyously reimagining pop classics or outing MON their own compositions, the band's iconoclastic sound has MON always remained a product of its three distinct players: MON pianist Ethan Iverson, bassist Reid Anderson and drummer MON Dave King. For many fans their famed cover versions acted as MON the gateway, but here performing to a sold-out room at East MON London's cavernous Village Underground club, The Bad Plus MON focus almost entirely on originals from their latest album MON Inevitable Western. Be it twisting rhythmic workouts, MON anthemic piano hammering or freewheeling improvisation, it's MON a performance delivered with a telepathic conviction born of MON many years on stage together. MON MON Presenter: Jez Nelson MON Producer: Miranda Hinkley MON MON Revised repeat of programme first broadcast 12/01/2015. MON MON Line up: MON Ethan Iverson (piano); Reid Anderson (bass); David King MON (drums) MON MON TUE TUESDAY 07 JULY 2015 TUE TUE 00:30 Through the Night b060znt0 (Listen) TUE Sol Gabetta - Beethoven, Chopin and Brahms TUE Sol Gabetta performs cello music by Beethoven, Chopin and TUE Brahms, in a recital from Poland. John Shea presents. TUE 12:31 AM TUE Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827) TUE 7 Variations on 'Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen' WoO.46 TUE (from Mozart's "Die Zauberflöte") TUE Sol Gabetta (cello), Bertrand Chamayou (piano) TUE 12:41 AM TUE Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897) TUE 3 Lieder, arr. for cello and piano TUE Sol Gabetta (cello), Bertrand Chamayou (piano) TUE 12:49 AM TUE Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827) TUE Cello Sonata in C major Op.102 no.1 TUE Sol Gabetta (cello), Bertrand Chamayou (piano) TUE 1:05 AM TUE Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849) TUE Cello Sonata in G minor Op.65 TUE Sol Gabetta (cello), Bertrand Chamayou (piano) TUE 1:36 AM TUE Chopin, Fryderyk (1810-1849) TUE Grand duo in E major (on themes from Meyerbeer's 'Robert le TUE Diable') TUE Sol Gabetta (cello), Bertrand Chamayou (piano) TUE 1:48 AM TUE Rachmaninov, Sergey (1873-1943) TUE Andante from Cello Sonata in G minor Op.19 TUE Sol Gabetta (cello), Bertrand Chamayou (piano) TUE 1:54 AM TUE Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario (1895-1968) TUE Concert transcription of Figaro's aria 'Largo al factotum' TUE from Rossini's 'Il barbiere di Siviglia' TUE Sol Gabetta (cello), Bertrand Chamayou (piano) TUE 2:00 AM TUE Schoenberg, Arnold [1874-1951] TUE Verklärte Nacht for string sextet (Op.4) TUE Aronowitz Ensemble TUE 2:31 AM TUE Poulenc, Francis [1899-1963] TUE Concerto in D minor for 2 pianos and orchestra TUE Lutoslawski Piano Duo, Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, TUE Jerzy Maksymiuk (conductor) TUE 2:50 AM TUE Zemlinsky, Alexander von (1872-1942) TUE Die Seejungfrau - Fantasie for Orchestra TUE Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Riccardo Chailly (conductor) TUE 3:32 AM TUE Farkas, Ferenc (1905-2000) TUE 5 Ancient Hungarian Dances for wind quintet TUE Galliard Ensemble TUE 3:43 AM TUE Bach, Georg Christoph (1642-1703) TUE Siehe, wie fein und lieblich ist es - vocal concerto for 2 TUE tenors, bass and instruments TUE Paul Elliott and Hein Meens (tenors), Stephen Varcoe (bass), TUE Musica Antiqua Köln, Reinhard Goebel (director) TUE 3:49 AM TUE Mendelssohn, Felix [1809-1847] TUE 3 Studies Op.104b TUE Sylviane Deferne (piano) TUE 3:58 AM TUE Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897) TUE Three Songs: 'Meine Liebe ist grün' (Op.63 no.5); 'Wie TUE Melodien zieht es mir' (Op.105 no.1); 'Feldeinsamkeit' TUE (Op.86 no.2) TUE Urszula Kryger (mezzo-soprano), Katarzyna Jankowska (piano) TUE 4:06 AM TUE Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) TUE Concerto for 4 keyboards in A minor (BWV 1065) - from TUE Vivaldi's Concerto for 4 violins (Op.3 no.10, RV 580) TUE Ton Koopman, Tini Mathot, Patrizia Marisaldi, Elina Mustonen TUE (harpsichords), Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Ton Koopman TUE (director) TUE 4:16 AM TUE Gabrieli, Giovanni (c.1553-1612) TUE Sonata Pian' e forte, for brass TUE Brass section of the Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Kjetil TUE Haugsand (conductor) TUE 4:21 AM TUE Buxtehude, Dietrich [1637-1707] TUE Frohlocket mit Händen, BuxWV.29 TUE Marieke Steenhoek & Miriam Meyer (sopranos); Bogna Bartosz TUE (contralto); Marco van de Klundert (tenor); Klaus Mertens TUE (bass); Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Chorus; Ton Koopman TUE (conductor) TUE 4:31 AM TUE Poot, Marcel (1901-1988) TUE A Cheerful Overture for orchestra TUE Belgium Radio and Television Philharmonic Orchestra, TUE Alexander Rahbari (conductor) TUE 4:36 AM TUE Gilson, Paul (1865-1942) TUE Suite Nocturne, d'après Aloysius Bertrand TUE Josef de Beenhouwer (piano) TUE 4:51 AM TUE Mocoroa, Eduardo (1867-1954) TUE Dance of the witches (after a popular Basque song) TUE Polyphonia, Ivelin Dimitrov (conductor) TUE 4:54 AM TUE Tormis, Veljo (b.1930) TUE Spring Sketches TUE Lyudmila Gerova (soloist), Polyphonia, Ivelin Dimitrov TUE (conductor) TUE 4:59 AM TUE Vivaldi, Antonio (1678-1741) TUE Concerto in A major (RV.335), 'The Cuckoo' TUE Elizabeth Wallfisch (baroque violin), Australian Brandenburg TUE Orchestra, Paul Dyer (director) TUE 5:09 AM TUE Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus [1756-1791] TUE Prelude and Fugue in C, K. 394 TUE Christoph Hammer (fortepiano) TUE 5:18 AM TUE Jongen, Joseph (1873-1953) TUE Elégie nocturnale from 2 Pieces for Piano Trio TUE Grumiaux Trio: Luc Devos (piano), Philippe Koch (violin), TUE Luc Dewez (cello) TUE 5:30 AM TUE Carlton, Richard (c.1558-1638) TUE Calm was the air (from The Triumphes of Oriana, to 5 and 6 TUE voices: composed by divers severall authors, London 1601) TUE The King's Singers TUE 5:33 AM TUE Mundy, John (c.1555-1630) TUE Lightly she whipped o'er the dales (from 'the Triumphes of TUE Oriana') TUE The King's Singers TUE 5:37 AM TUE Sweelinck, Jan Pieterszoon (1562-1621) TUE 6 Variations on a folk melody TUE Bulgarian Academic Wind Quintet TUE 5:45 AM TUE Boeck, August de (1865-1937) TUE Nocturne (1931) TUE Vlaams Radio Orkest, Marc Soustrot (conductor) TUE 5:54 AM TUE Hartmann, Johan Peter Emilius (1805-1900) TUE Sechs Tonstücke in Liederform (Op.37) TUE Nina Gade (piano) TUE 6:09 AM TUE Greef, Arthur de (1862-1940) TUE Cinq Chants d'Amour for soprano and orchestra TUE Charlotte Riedijk (soprano), Flemish Radio Orchestra, TUE Yannick Nézet-Séguin (conductor). TUE TUE 06:30 Breakfast b060zq80 (Listen) TUE Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast TUE show, featuring listener requests. TUE TUE Email 3Breakfast@bbc.co.uk. TUE TUE 09:00 Essential Classics b060zq82 (Listen) TUE 9am TUE A selection of music including '5 reasons to love... TUE Nocturnes'. Rob explores works with this name ranging from TUE the poetic character pieces for piano of Chopin, Fauré and TUE John Field (the inventor of the genre) to the orchestral TUE impressionist portraits of Debussy and Delius. TUE TUE 9.30am TUE Take part in our daily musical challenge: identify a piece TUE of music played backwards. TUE TUE 10am TUE Rob's guest is David Quantick, who started out as a rock TUE music journalist before going on to write comic material for TUE many of the funniest people around today, from Graham Norton TUE and Harry Hill to Sally Phillips and Mitchell and Webb. He's TUE written scripts for satirical TV shows including The Thick TUE of It and BBC Radio's The Now Show, and the controversial TUE series Brass Eye. His taste in music is wide-ranging and TUE exploratory, and throughout the week he'll be choosing some TUE of his favourite classical pieces by composers including TUE Vaughan Williams, Kurt Weill and Leos Janacek. TUE TUE 10.30am TUE Following on from Monday's Building a Library recommendation TUE of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel, Rob offers his TUE personal choice of works by American composers who wrote for TUE the stage. TUE TUE Bernstein TUE Symphonic Dances from West Side Story TUE New York Philharmonic TUE Leonard Bernstein (conductor) TUE TUE 11am TUE This week Rob features recordings by one of the great TUE violinists of the 20th century, Nathan Milstein, a musician TUE of impeccable taste whose breathtaking virtuosity burns TUE across the years like a laser. He was a violinist's TUE violinist who, whenever he played, was utterly at one with TUE the instrument. Born in Odessa, Milstein studied with the TUE great Hungarian violin teacher Leopold Auer at the St TUE Petersburg Conservatory before settling in New York. With a TUE career that lasted an incredible 72 years, he was worthy of TUE his title 'the prince of the violin'. TUE TUE Mozart TUE Violin Sonata in C major, K296 TUE Nathan Milstein (violin) TUE Leon Pommers (piano). TUE TUE 12:00 Composer of the Week b01c9qsq (Listen) TUE Sally Beamish (1956-), Music of Others TUE TUE Sally Beamish talks to Donald Macleod about some of the TUE pieces she has written that are influenced by, or based on, TUE works of other composers, from Bach to Tippett. Two of TUE today's works take Beethoven or Brahms as a starting point, TUE but incorporate jazz techniques. She discusses her recent TUE decision to learn more about jazz, and how this has affected TUE her composing style. TUE TUE Song of the Birds TUE Steven Isserlis (cello) TUE TUE in dreaming TUE Fretwork/ Paul Agnew (tenor) TUE TUE Chamber Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Strings (movement TUE 1) TUE Rascher Saxophone Quartet/ Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra/ TUE Robin Engelen (cond) TUE TUE Opus California (String Quartet No.2) TUE Emperor String Quartet TUE TUE Debussy/Beamish Suite pour Violoncelle et Orchestre TUE (movement 5) TUE Steven Isserlis (cello)/ Tapiola Sinfonietta/ Gábor TUE Takács-Nagy (cond) TUE TUE Kirschen TUE BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra/ Andrew Manze (cond). TUE TUE 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b060zrg9 (Listen) TUE LSO International Violin Festival 2015, Christian Tetzlaff TUE TUE Christian Tetzlaff plays solo violin music by Bach. TUE Bach: Partita in D minor, BWV 1004 TUE Bach: Sonata No 3 in C major, BWV 1005 TUE TUE Christian Tetzlaff, violin TUE TUE German violinist Christian Tetzlaff launches this series of TUE lunchtime concerts in the LSO International Violin Festival, TUE playing two intricate, virtuosic works for solo violin by TUE Bach: a partita (a collection of movements inspired by TUE Baroque dance forms) and a complex sonata. TUE TUE 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b060zrkx (Listen) TUE BBC Symphony Orchestra and Singers, Episode 2 TUE TUE Penny Gore continues a week of recent recordings by the BBC TUE Symphony Orchestra, today with a strong British flavour. Two TUE short works by the Scottish composer Cecil Coles bookend a TUE concert that includes music by Tavener, Stanford and Tomkins TUE which is given by the BBC Singers. Martyn Brabbins conducts TUE the BBC Symphony Orchestra in Vaughan Williams' TUE single-movement work 'A Road all Paved with Stars', TUE incorporating the finest music from his opera 'The Poisoned TUE Kiss'. Plus Mozart's 4th Violin Concerto performed by the TUE young German violinist Augustin Hadelich, and the programme TUE ends with Dvorak's 7th Symphony. TUE TUE Penny Gore (presenter) TUE TUE 14:00 TUE MOZART TUE Concerto No.4 in D major, K218 TUE Augustin Hadelich (violin) TUE BBC Symphony Orchestra TUE Sakari Oramo (conductor) TUE TUE 14:35 TUE COLES TUE Cortege TUE BBC Symphony Orchestra TUE Martyn Brabbins (conductor) TUE TUE 14:45 TUE BBC Singers in Concert TUE Presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch TUE TUE Music includes: TUE TUE WILLIAM HARRIS Faire is the heaven; Bring us, O Lord TUE GIBBONS O clap your hands TUE TOMKINS O praise the Lord all ye heathen - anthem for 12 TUE voices and organ TUE TAVENER Two Hymns to the Mother of God TUE TUE BBC Singers TUE Andrew Carwood (director) TUE TUE 15:20 TUE COLES TUE Sorrowful Dance TUE BBC SO TUE Martyn Brabbins (conductor) TUE TUE 15:25 TUE VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, ARR. ADRIAN WILLIAMS TUE A Road All Paved with Stars TUE BBC Symphony Orchestra TUE Martyn Brabbins (conductor) TUE TUE 15:45 TUE DVORÀK TUE Symphony No.7 in D minor TUE BBC Symphony Orchestra TUE Jaime Martin (conductor). TUE TUE Credits TUE Performer: BBC Symphony Orchestra TUE Performer: BBC Singers TUE TUE 16:30 In Tune b060zrt8 (Listen) TUE Suzy Klein presents, with a selection of live music and TUE guests plus news from the arts world. TUE TUE 18:30 Composer of the Week b01c9qsq (Listen) TUE [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] TUE TUE 19:30 Radio 3 Live in Concert b060zrx3 (Listen) TUE The Academy of Ancient Music - Mozart TUE TUE Live from Milton Court in London, Sara Mohr-Pietsch TUE introduces The Academy of Ancient Music in an all-Mozart TUE programme directed by violinist Pavlo Beznosiuk and keyboard TUE player Robert Levin. TUE TUE Mozart: Overture, 'Lucio Silla' TUE Mozart arr. Levin: Allegro to a Keyboard Concerto in G major TUE Mozart: Keyboard Concerto No.5 in D major K175 TUE TUE 8.15 pm INTERVAL - Mozart piano music played by Robert Levin TUE TUE 8.35 pm PART TWO TUE J C Bach arr. Mozart: Harpsichord Concerto in D major K107/1 TUE Mozart: Symphony No.29 in A major TUE TUE Academy of Ancient Music TUE Pavlo Beznosiuk (director & violin) TUE Robert Levin (director and harpsichord) TUE TUE American keyboard player and musicologist Robert Levin has TUE devised this programme which focuses on some of Mozart's TUE early works, starting with the 16-year-old Mozart in the TUE Lucio Silla overture of 1772. The following year he composed TUE a concerto that became known as his Fifth Piano Concerto - TUE heard here played on the harpsichord, as Mozart himself TUE would sometimes have done. Mozart's debt to his friend and TUE mentor Johann Christian Bach is reflected in a Mozart TUE arrangement of one of his keyboard works. Part Two starts TUE with Levin's completion of an early Mozart concerto, ending TUE with Mozart as an 18-year-old in his landmark Symphony TUE No.29. TUE TUE 22:00 Free Thinking b060zryf (Listen) TUE Jaws: Film and Shark TUE TUE Novelist Will Self, shark expert Gareth Fraser and film TUE expert Ian Hunter join Matthew Sweet for a discussion about TUE sharks, whales and the impact of the book and film Jaws. TUE TUE Jaws started out as a novel which reads as a sociological TUE study of a small american coastal resort full of rather TUE unlikeable characters. It ended up as an iconic film whose TUE heroes engage in a fight to the death with a TUE Great-White-Man-Eating-Machine. Matthew Sweet discusses how TUE the Shark came to fill the space once held by the Whale, why TUE big teeth still fill our nightmares and whether all TUE publicity is good publicity for the denizens of the oceans TUE with writer Will Self, whose novel 'Shark' was inspired by TUE the film, and Gareth Fraser, who now studies the the dental TUE configurations of sharks all because he once sat in a dark TUE cinema, as did life-long Jaws fan, the film expert,Ian TUE Hunter. TUE The artist Fiona Tan, whose new exhibition is partly TUE inspired by 'Jonah the Giant Whale', a preserved whale TUE exhibited inside a lorry which toured across Europe from the TUE 1950s to the mid-1970s will also appear out of the deep. TUE TUE Credits TUE Presenter: Matthew Sweet TUE Interviewed Guest: Gareth Fraser TUE Interviewed Guest: Ian Hunter TUE Interviewed Guest: Will Self TUE Interviewed Guest: Fiona Tan TUE Producer: Jacqueline Smith TUE TUE 22:45 The Essay b033d37j (Listen) TUE A Taste of Summer in America, Cheeseheads TUE TUE In the second talk about summer eating in the week that TUE Americans celebrate Independence Day, Nathan Englander TUE samples local cheeses in his adopted town of Madison, TUE Wisconsin. TUE TUE As a child, New Yorker Nathan Englander's only exposure to TUE cheese in a Kosher home, were plastic wrapped slices that TUE his mum used as a topping for her spaghetti with ketchup. TUE Now that he is temporarily living in the university town of TUE Madison Wisconsin, he is discovering a completely different TUE America where he feels very much the curious outsider. TUE TUE Here, cheese is taken seriously and especially celebrated TUE when the long winter is over. Locals call themselves TUE Cheeseheads and wear yellow foam hats at sports events and TUE summer games. The variety of cheeses sold by farmers in the TUE street markets are as exotic and delicious as any cheese TUE Nathan has tasted in France. However what he adores most is TUE a homely dish called cheese curds, which are battered and TUE fried. Perhaps that is because deep down, he is bonded to TUE bland flavourless food, despite all his attempts to run away TUE from it. TUE TUE Later in this series: TC Boyle charts his summers according TUE to memories of cookouts at each stage of his life. Simon Van TUE Booy compares two kinds of food in a bun, at two very TUE different New York beaches, Coney Island and the Hamptons on TUE Long Island. Audrey Niffenegger most associates ice cream TUE with summers but now that she can no longer eat it, she is TUE desperately exploring alternatives and substitutes. TUE TUE 23:00 Late Junction b06121z6 (Listen) TUE Verity Sharp presents an eclectic choice of musical styles TUE and traditions. TUE TUE WED WEDNESDAY 08 JULY 2015 WED WED 00:30 Through the Night b060znt2 (Listen) WED Noskowski's Revenge for the Boundary Wall WED John Shea presents a concert performance of Noskowski's WED opera Revenge for the Boundary Wall. WED 12:32 AM WED Noskowski, Zygmunt [1846-1909]; Fredro, Aleksander WED [1793-1876] WED Zemsta za mur graniczny (Revenge for the Boundary Wall), WED Acts 1 & 2 (Concert Performance) WED Robert Gierlach (Czesnik Raptusiewicz /Cup-Bearer, WED baritone), Aleksandra Kubas-Kruk (Klara/Czesnik's niece, WED soprano), Wojtech Gierlach (Rejent Milczek /Notary, bass), WED Pawel Skaluba (Waclaw/Rejent's Son, tenor), Anna Lubanska WED (Postolina, mezzo-soprano), Ryszard Minkiewicz (Papkin, WED tenor), Dariusz Machej (Dyndalski, bass), Polish Radio WED Chorus, Izabela Polakowska (Chorus Director), Wroclaw WED Philharmonic Chorus, Agnieszka Franków-Zelazny (Chorus WED Director), Polish Radio Symphont Orchestra, Lukasz Borowicz WED (conductor) WED 1:31 AM WED Noskowski, Zygmunt [1846-1909]; Fredro, Aleksander WED [1793-1876] WED Zemsta za mur graniczny (Revenge for the Boundary Wall), WED Acts 3 4 (Concert Performance) WED Cast as above. Polish Radio Chorus, Izabela Polakowska WED (Chorus Director), Wroclaw Philharmonic Chorus, Agnieszka WED Franków-Zelazny (Chorus Director), Polish Radio Symphont WED Orchestra, Lukasz Borowicz (conductor) WED 2:12 AM WED Strauss, Richard [1864-1949] WED Don Juan (Op.20) (symphonic poem) WED BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Donald Runnicles WED (conductor) WED 2:31 AM WED Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809) WED Missa in tempore belli (Hob. XXII. 9) 'Paukenmesse' WED Hilde Haraldsen Sveen (soprano), Marianne Beate Kielland WED (mezzo), Jonas Degerfeldt (tenor), Gabriel Suovanen WED (baritone), Oslo Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, Manfred WED Honeck (conductor) WED 3:11 AM WED Beethoven, Ludwig van [1770 -1827] WED Trio for oboe, cello and piano (Op.11) in B flat major WED Alexei Ogrintchouk (oboe), Katerina Apekisheva (piano), WED Boris Andrianov (cello) WED 3:33 AM WED Byrd, William (c.1543-1623) WED Content is rich WED Emma Kirkby (soprano), The Rose Consort of Viols WED 3:38 AM WED Sweelinck, Jan Pieterszoon (1562-1621) WED Beati pauperes spiritu (motet) WED Netherlands Chamber Choir, Philippe Herreweghe (conductor), WED Stephen Stubbs (lute) WED 3:43 AM WED Bree, Johannes Bernardus van (1801-1857) WED Allegro for 4 string quartets in D minor WED Viotta Ensemble, Viktor Liberman (conductor) WED 3:55 AM WED Stenhammar, Wilhelm (1871-1927). Lyrics by J.P.Jacobsen WED Three choral songs WED Swedish Radio Choir, Gustaf Sjökvist (conductor) WED 4:01 AM WED Grieg, Edvard Hagerup (1843-1907) WED Norwegian Dance No 1 (Op.35) WED Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra; Andrew Litton (conductor) WED 4:08 AM WED Sibelius, Jean [1865-1957] WED Finlandia - hymn tune arr. for chamber choir (from the WED symphonic poem) WED Finnish Radio Chamber Choir, Jukka-Pekka Saraste (conductor) WED 4:10 AM WED Wegelius, Martin (1846-1906) WED Rondo quasi Fantasia for Piano & Orchestra (1872) WED Margit Rahkonen (piano), Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, WED Petri Sakari (conductor) WED 4:22 AM WED Gade, Niels Wilhelm (1817-1890) WED Ved solnedgang (At sunset) for choir and orchestra (Op.46) WED Danish National Radio Choir, WED Danish Radio Concert Orchestra WED Roman Zeilinger (conductor) WED 4:31 AM WED Noskowski, Zygmunt [1846-1909] WED The Highlander's Fantasy (Op.17) WED Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Lukasz Borowicz (conductor) WED 4:40 AM WED Beethoven, Ludwig van [1770 -1827] arr. Geert Bierling WED Marcia Funebre from Symphony No 3 in E flat major, Op 55 WED 'Eroica' WED Geert Bierling (organ) WED 4:44 AM WED Arnold, Malcolm (b. 1921) WED Three Shanties (Op.4) WED The Ariart Woodwind Quintet WED 4:52 AM WED Corelli, Arcangelo (1653-1713) WED Concerto Grosso in D (Op.6 No.4) WED Europa Galante, Fabio Biondi (violin/director) WED 5:02 AM WED Demersseman, Jules August (1833-1866) WED Concert Fantasy for 2 flutes and piano (Op.36) WED Matej Zupan, Karolina Santl-Zupan (flutes), Dijana Tanovic WED (piano) WED 5:14 AM WED Méhul, Etienne-Nicolas (1763-1817) WED Symphony No.1 in G minor WED Cappella Coloniensis, Bruno Weil (director) WED 5:42 AM WED Mendelssohn, Fanny Hensel (1805-1847) WED Allegro moderato (Op.8 No.1) (1840) WED Sylviane Deferne (piano) WED 5:47 AM WED Strauss, Richard [1864-1949] WED Concerto no. 1 in E flat major Op.11 for horn and orchestra WED Premysl Vojta (horn), Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, WED Lukasz Borowicz (conductor) WED 6:04 AM WED Stainov, Petko (1896-1977) WED A fir tree is bending WED Vassil Arnaudov Sofia Chamber Choir, Theodora Pavlovitch WED (conductor) WED 6:07 AM WED Couperin, François (1668-1733) WED La Françoise, Trio Sonata from 'Les Nations' WED Les Ambassadeurs, Alexis Kossenko (director) WED 6:15 AM WED Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809) WED Trio for keyboard and strings (H.15.18) in A major WED ATOS Trio. WED WED 06:30 Breakfast b060zq84 (Listen) WED Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast WED show, featuring listener requests. WED WED Email 3Breakfast@bbc.co.uk. WED WED 09:00 Essential Classics b060zq86 (Listen) WED 9am WED A selection of music including '5 reasons to love... WED Nocturnes'. Rob explores works with this name ranging from WED the poetic character pieces for piano of Chopin, Fauré and WED John Field (the inventor of the genre) to the orchestral WED impressionist portraits of Debussy and Delius. WED WED 9.30am WED Take part in our daily musical challenge and identify the WED personal relationship that connects two pieces of music. WED WED 10am WED Rob's guest is David Quantick, who started out as a rock WED music journalist before going on to write comic material for WED many of the funniest people around today, from Graham Norton WED and Harry Hill to Sally Phillips and Mitchell and Webb. He's WED written scripts for satirical TV shows including The Thick WED of It and BBC Radio's The Now Show, and the controversial WED series Brass Eye. His taste in music is wide-ranging and WED exploratory, and throughout the week he'll be choosing some WED of his favourite classical pieces by composers including WED Vaughan Williams, Kurt Weill and Leos Janacek. WED WED 10.30am WED Following on from Monday's Building a Library recommendation WED of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel, Rob offers his WED personal choice of works by American composers who wrote for WED the stage. WED WED Copland WED The Red Pony - Suite WED Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra WED JoAnn Falletta (conductor) WED WED 11am WED This week Rob features recordings by one of the great WED violinists of the 20th century, Nathan Milstein, a musician WED of impeccable taste whose breathtaking virtuosity burns WED across the years like a laser. He was a violinist's WED violinist who, whenever he played, was utterly at one with WED the instrument. Born in Odessa, Milstein studied with the WED great Hungarian violin teacher Leopold Auer at the St WED Petersburg Conservatory before settling in New York. With a WED career that lasted an incredible 72 years, he was worthy of WED his title 'the prince of the violin'. WED WED Bach WED Partita in E major for solo violin, BWV 1006 WED Nathan Milstein (violin). WED WED 12:00 Composer of the Week b01c9r7s (Listen) WED Sally Beamish (1956-), Poetry and Literature WED WED In conversation with the composer at her home in Scotland, WED Donald Macleod looks at Sally Beamish's works that have been WED directly inspired by poetry and literature. They discuss her WED songs setting words by the 14th century Persian poet Hafez, WED an orchestral work evoking the Arctic landscape that WED inspired Mary Shelley, and a cello concerto that takes as WED its starting point the 'River' poems of Ted Hughes. One of WED Beamish's major works, the Concerto no. 2 for Viola and WED Orchestra, is based on the story told by a 9th century WED Anglo-Saxon poem, 'The Seafarer', and features the notated WED calls of sea birds mentioned in the poem. WED WED 01 Sally Beamish (artist) WED 4 Songs of Hafez for voice and piano WED Performer: Mark PADMORE - Tenor WED Performer: Roger VIGNOLES - Piano WED Performer: Sally Beamish WED WED 02 Sally Beamish (artist) WED Whitescape for orchestra WED Conductor: Ola RUDNER WED Performer: Orebro Chamber Orchestra WED Performer: Swedish Chamber Orchestra WED Performer: Sally Beamish WED WED 03 Sally Beamish (artist) WED Concerto (River) for cello and orchestra WED Conductor: Ola RUDNER WED Performer: Robert COHEN - Cello WED Performer: Swedish Chamber Orchestra WED Performer: Sally Beamish WED WED 04 Sally Beamish (artist) WED Concerto no. 2 for viola and orchestra WED Conductor: Ola RUDNER WED Performer: Tabea ZIMMERMANN - Viola WED Performer: Orebro Chamber Orchestra WED Performer: Swedish Chamber Orchestra WED Performer: Sally Beamish WED WED 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b060zrgc (Listen) WED LSO International Violin Festival 2015, James Ehnes, Steven WED Osborne WED WED James Ehnes and Steven Osborne play sonatas by Beethoven and WED Brahms. WED WED Beethoven: Violin Sonata No.10 in G major, Op.96 WED Brahms: Violin Sonata No.3 in D minor, Op.108 WED WED James Ehnes, violin WED Steven Osborne, piano WED WED James Ehnes takes on the final sonatas of Beethoven and WED Brahms, described by the violinist himself as 'two of the WED greatest violin sonatas ever composed'. The first is WED delicate and serene, the second passionate and Romantic. WED WED 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b060zrkz (Listen) WED BBC Symphony Orchestra and Singers, Episode 3 WED WED Penny Gore presents recent recordings of the BBC Symphony WED Orchestra in Wagner's Tannhauser Overture and Beethoven's WED 4th Piano Concerto with the young Chinese soloist Fang Yuan. WED Plus a fascinating and quirky Symphony by the Danish WED composer Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen. WED WED Penny Gore (presenter) WED WED 14:00 WED WAGNER WED Tannhauser Overture WED BBC Symphony Orchestra WED Edward Gardner (conductor) WED WED 14:15 WED BEETHOVEN WED Piano Concerto No.4 in G WED BBC SO WED Fang Yuan (piano) WED Marek Sedivy (conductor) WED WED 14:55 WED Pelle GUDMUNDSEN-HOLMGREEN WED Symphony, Antiphony WED BBC SO WED Thomas Dausgaard (conductor). WED WED Credits WED Performer: BBC Symphony Orchestra WED WED 15:30 Choral Evensong b061224r (Listen) WED King's and St John's Choirs in King's College, Cambridge WED WED Recorded in King's College Chapel, Cambridge, with King's WED and St John's College Choirs on the Feast of the Visitation WED of the Blessed Virgin Mary WED WED Introit: King Henry VI's Prayer (Ley) WED Responses: Radcliffe WED Psalms 42, 43 (S. Wesley, Anon) WED First Lesson: 1 Samuel 2. vv 12-26 WED Canticles: Collegium Regale (Howells) WED Second Lesson: Luke 20 vv 1-8 WED Anthem: I was glad (Parry) WED Hymn: Glorious things of thee are spoken (Abbot's Leigh) WED Te Deum: Collegium Regale (Howells) WED Organ Voluntary: Psalm Prelude Set 2 No 3 (Howells) WED WED Directors of Music: Stephen Cleobury and Andrew Nethsingha WED Organ Scholars: Tom Etheridge, Richard Gowers, Edward WED Picton-Turbervill and Joseph Wicks. WED WED 16:30 In Tune b060zrtb (Listen) WED Live from the 2015 Manchester International Festival WED WED Suzy Klein live from Festival Square in Manchester for the WED 2015 Manchester International Festival with guests and WED highlights from one of the country's most innovative arts WED events. WED WED 18:30 Composer of the Week b01c9r7s (Listen) WED [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] WED WED 19:30 Radio 3 Live in Concert b060zrx5 (Listen) WED York Early Music Festival 2015, The Sixteen - Spanish WED Renaissance Music WED WED Adam Tomlinson presents the first of two live concerts from WED the 2015 York Early Music Festival. Tonight The Sixteen WED directed by Harry Christophers perform works by two Spanish WED Renaissance composers, Francisco Guerrero and Alonso Lobo, WED who flourished in the cosmopolitan surroundings of WED 16th-century Seville. WED WED Guerrero: Duo Seraphim WED Lobo: Kyrie from Missa Maria Magdalene WED Lobo: Libera me WED Guerrero: Gloria from Missa Surge propera WED Guerrero: Laudate Dominum WED Guerrero: Maria Magdalene WED WED INTERVAL WED WED Guerrero: Credo from Missa de la batalla escoutez WED Guerrero: Vexilla Regis WED Lobo: Ave Regina coelorum WED Lobo: Ave Maria WED Lobo: Versa est in luctum WED Guerrero: Agnus Dei I and II from Missa Congratulamini mihi. WED WED 22:00 Free Thinking b060zryh (Listen) WED Law, Language and Legal Aid. Gore Vidal v William F Buckley WED Jr WED WED Rebecca Lenkiewicz has interviewed a series of lawyers and WED citizens who have been affected by reforms to legal aid. WED Philip Dodd discusses her play and explores law and WED language. He also looks at a new film Best of Enemies about WED the American TV debates between Gore Vidal and William F. WED Buckley Jr. WED WED The Invisible by Rebecca Lenkiewicz runs at the Bush Theatre WED in London from July 3rd to August 15th. WED Best of Enemies is released in UK cinemas from Friday July WED 24th. WED WED Credits WED Presenter: Philip Dodd WED Producer: Craig Smith WED WED 22:45 The Essay b033d38p (Listen) WED A Taste of Summer in America, The Cookout WED WED Five essays by writers about the joys of summer eating WED experiences across America. In this episode, TC Boyle WED remembers cookouts in suburban New York, Ohio and wooded WED California. WED WED TC Boyle prefers the word "cookout" to the southern term WED "BBQ". For him, eating from the grill is the biggest thrill WED of the summer. It marks the freedom, the outdoors living, WED the scratch meals, and the camaraderie of the long hot days. WED WED The cookouts of his childhood were opportunities for WED neighbourhood kids to get together and escape household WED rules. In his hippy years in Ohio, meals at the grill were WED very functional because everyone was so adept at eating this WED way. Later as a family man in California, he has to defend WED his meals from bears and rats. WED WED Next up in this series, Simon Van Booy compares two kinds of WED food in a bun, which he buys at two very different New York WED beaches - Coney Island and the Hamptons on Long Island. And WED Audrey Niffenegger's essay is her tale of a passion for ice WED cream, which can no longer be requited. WED WED 23:00 Late Junction b06121z9 (Listen) WED Verity Sharp presents an eclectic choice of musical styles WED and traditions. WED WED THU THURSDAY 09 JULY 2015 THU THU 00:30 Through the Night b060znt9 (Listen) THU Proms 2014: Iceland Symphony Orchestra THU John Shea introduces a performance by the Iceland Symphony THU Orchestra from the 2014 BBC Proms, including music by THU Icelandic composers Jón Leifs and Haukur Tómasson. THU 12:31 AM THU Tómasson, Haukur (b.1960) THU Magma for orchestra THU Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Ilan Volkov (Conductor) THU 12:45 AM THU Schumann, Robert (1810-1856) THU Piano Concerto in A minor Op.54 THU Jonathan Biss (Piano), Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Ilan THU Volkov (Conductor) THU 1:15 AM THU Schumann, Robert (1810-1856) THU Der Dichter spricht - no.13 from Kinderszenen Op.15 for THU piano THU Jonathan Biss (Piano) THU 1:19 AM THU Leifs, Jón ((1899-1968)) THU Geysir - prelude Op.51 for orchestra THU Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Ilan Volkov (Conductor) THU 1:28 AM THU Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827) THU Symphony No.5 in C minor THU Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Ilan Volkov (Conductor) THU 2:00 AM THU Leifs, Jón (1899-1968) THU Consolation - Intermezzo Op.66 for strings (encore) THU Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Ilan Volkov (Conductor) THU 2:06 AM THU Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) THU Quintet in E flat major K452 for piano, oboe, clarinet, THU bassoon and horn THU Albrecht Meyer (Oboe), Kari Kriikku (Clarinet), Per THU Hannisdahl (Bassoon), Jonathan Williams (Horn), Leif Ove THU Andsnes (Piano) THU 2:31 AM THU Saint-Saëns, Camille (1835-1921) THU Piano Concerto No.5 in F major Op.103, "Egyptian" THU Pascal Roge (Piano), UNAM Philharmonic Orchestra, Ronald THU Zollman (Conductor) THU 2:59 AM THU Ibert, Jacques (1890-1962) THU Tunis-Nefra - from Escales (orig. for orchestra) THU Roger Cole (Oboe), Linda Lee Thomas (Piano) THU 3:02 AM THU Rossini, Gioachino (1792-1868) THU Overture to L'Italiana in Algeri (Italian Girl in Algiers) THU Capella Coloniensis, Gabriele Ferro (Conductor) THU 3:10 AM THU Debussy, Claude (1862-1918) THU Iberia: Images for Orchestra, no.2 (1909) THU Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Jun Markl (Conductor) THU 3:33 AM THU Cesti, Pietro Antonio (1623-1669) THU Alidoro's aria: 'Qual profondo letargo' - from Orontea Act 2 THU Scene 18 THU Rene Jacobs (Counter Tenor), Concerto Vocale, Rene Jacobs THU (Director) THU 3:41 AM THU Maurice, Paule (1910-67) THU Tableaux de Provence - 5 pieces for saxophone and orchestra THU Julia Nolan (Saxophone), CBC Vancouver Orchestra, Mario THU Bernardi (Conductor) THU 3:56 AM THU Valente, Antonio (1520-1581) THU Gallarda Napolitana THU Hesperion XX, Jordi Savall (Director) THU 3:59 AM THU Evanghelatos, Antiochus ((1903-1981)) THU Coasts and Mountains of Attica THU National Symphony Orchestra of Greek Radio, Andreas THU Pylarinos (Conductor) THU 4:12 AM THU Anonymous THU 3 Sephardische Romanzen THU Montserrat Figueras (Soprano), Hesperion XX, Jordi Savall THU (Director) THU 4:21 AM THU Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) THU Rondo alla Turca, from Sonata in A major K.331 for piano THU Zbigniew Raubo (Piano) THU 4:25 AM THU Strauss (ii), Johann (1825-1899) THU Egyptischer March Op.335 THU Danish Radio Concert Orchestra, Roman Zeilinger (Conductor) THU 4:31 AM THU Auber, Daniel-Francois-Esprit (1782-1871) THU Bolero - Ballet music no.2 from La Muette de Portici THU (Masaniello) THU Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava, Ondrej Lenard THU (Conductor) THU 4:38 AM THU Kerle, Jacobus de (1531/2-1591) THU Agnus Dei from Missa ut-re-me-fa-sol-la for 7 voices THU Huelgas Ensemble, Paul van Nevel (Director) THU 4:43 AM THU Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilyich (1840-1893) THU Voyevoda - Symphonic Ballad (Op.78) THU Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Tamas Vasary (Conductor) THU 4:55 AM THU Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829-1869) THU Ricordati (Op.26 No.1) (c.1856) THU Michael Lewin (Piano) THU 4:59 AM THU Bruhns, Nicolaus (1665-1697) THU Cantata: "O werter heil'ger Geist" THU Greta de Reyghere (Soprano), James Bowman (Countertenor), THU Guy de Mey (Tenor), Max van Egmond (Bass), Ricercar Consort THU 5:13 AM THU Horneman, Christian Frederik Emil (1840-1906) THU Overture from Aladdin THU Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Michael Schonwandt THU (Conductor) THU 5:25 AM THU Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) THU Concerto fragment for horn and orchestra in E flat (K370b THU and K371) THU James Sommerville (Horn), CBC Vancouver Orchestra, Mario THU Bernardi (Conductor) THU 5:37 AM THU Glinka, Mikhail Ivanovich (1804-1857) THU Adele (song) THU Petteri Salomaa (Baritone), Ilmo Ranta (Piano) THU 5:41 AM THU Lipatti, Dinu (1917-1950) THU Aubade for wind quartet THU Nicolae Maxim (Flute), Radu Chisu (Oboe), Valeriu Barbuceanu THU (Clarinet), Mihai Tanasila (Bassoon) THU 6:02 AM THU Couperin, François (1668-1733) THU Les Barricades mysterieuses THU Jan Michiels (Piano) THU 6:04 AM THU Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809) THU Symphony No.43 in E flat major (Mercury) THU Orchestra Libera Classica, Hidemi Suzuki (Conductor). THU THU 06:30 Breakfast b060zq88 (Listen) THU Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast THU show, featuring listener requests. THU THU Email 3Breakfast@bbc.co.uk. THU THU 09:00 Essential Classics b060zq8b (Listen) THU 9am THU A selection of music including '5 reasons to love... THU Nocturnes'. Rob explores works with this name ranging from THU the poetic character pieces for piano of Chopin, Fauré and THU John Field (the inventor of the genre) to the orchestral THU impressionist portraits of Debussy and Delius. THU THU 9.30am THU Take part in our daily musical challenge. Two pieces of THU music have been altered. Can you identify them? THU THU 10am THU Rob's guest is David Quantick, who started out as a rock THU music journalist before going on to write comic material for THU many of the funniest people around today, from Graham Norton THU and Harry Hill to Sally Phillips and Mitchell and Webb. He's THU written scripts for satirical TV shows including The Thick THU of It and BBC Radio's The Now Show, and the controversial THU series Brass Eye. His taste in music is wide-ranging and THU exploratory, and throughout the week he'll be choosing some THU of his favourite classical pieces by composers including THU Vaughan Williams, Kurt Weill and Leos Janacek. THU THU 10.30am THU Following on from Monday's Building a Library recommendation THU of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel, Rob offers his THU personal choice of works by American composers who wrote for THU the stage. THU THU Herbert THU American Fantasia THU Cincinnati Pops Orchestra THU Erich Kunzel (conductor) THU THU 11am THU This week Rob features recordings by one of the great THU violinists of the 20th century, Nathan Milstein, a musician THU of impeccable taste whose breathtaking virtuosity burns THU across the years like a laser. He was a violinist's THU violinist who, whenever he played, was utterly at one with THU the instrument. Born in Odessa, Milstein studied with the THU great Hungarian violin teacher Leopold Auer at the St THU Petersburg Conservatory before settling in New York. With a THU career that lasted an incredible 72 years, he was worthy of THU his title 'the prince of the violin'. THU THU Goldmark THU Violin Concerto in A minor THU Nathan Milstein (violin) THU Philharmonia THU Harry Blech (conductor). THU THU 12:00 Composer of the Week b01c9rl9 (Listen) THU Sally Beamish (1956-), Scottish Influence THU THU Sally Beamish talks to Donald Macleod about the effect of THU moving to Scotland on her music, and the strong sense of THU culture and community she found there. The lively and THU responsive musical scene have fed into her work, and she has THU drawn on the inspiration of Scotland's landscape and its THU musical traditions, from Scottish fiddle playing to music THU for bagpipes. THU THU Gala Water (Extract: mvt I) THU Robert Irvine (cello) THU THU Chamber Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Strings (Extract: THU mvt 2) THU Raschèr Saxophone Quartet/ Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra/ THU Robin Engelen (cond) THU THU Reed Stanzas THU Elias Quartet THU THU The Imagined Sound of Sun on Stone THU John Harle (saxophone)/ Swedish Chamber Orchestra/ Ola THU Rudner (cond). THU THU 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b060zrgf (Listen) THU LSO International Violin Festival 2015, Veronika Eberle, THU Michail Lifits THU THU Veronika Eberle and Michail Lifits play violin sonatas by THU Beethoven and Schumann. THU THU Beethoven: Sonata No 3 in E flat major, Op.12 no.3 THU Schumann: Sonata No 2 in D minor, Op.121 THU THU Veronika Eberle, violin THU Michail Lifits, piano THU THU The chasing, interweaving melodies of Beethoven's Third THU Sonata are followed by passionate drama from Schumann in THU rising star Veronika Eberle's debut performance at LSO St THU Luke's. THU THU 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b060zrl1 (Listen) THU Rachmaninov's Vespers THU THU Penny Gore presents the Rachmaninov Vespers, one of the THU greatest works of the Russian Orthodox Church, recently THU performed by the BBC Symphony Chorus. Then continuing a week THU of recent recordings made by the BBC Symphony Orchestra, THU Penny Gore presents Elgar's 1st Symphony conducted by Edward THU Gardner and soprano Anna Prohaska singing Five Shakespeare THU Sonnets by Rufus Wainwright. THU THU Penny Gore (presenter) THU THU 14:00 THU RACHMANINOV THU Vespers THU BBC Symphony Chorus THU Stephen Jackson (conductor) THU THU 15:05 THU ELGAR THU Symphony No.1 in A flat THU BBC Symphony Orchestra THU Edward Gardner (conductor) THU THU 16:00 THU Rufus WAINWRIGHT THU Five Shakespeare Sonnets THU Anna Prohaska (soprano) THU BBCSO THU Jayce Ogren (conductor). THU THU Credits THU Performer: The BBC Symphony Chorus THU Performer: BBC Symphony Orchestra THU THU 16:30 In Tune b060zrtd (Listen) THU Suzy Klein presents a lively mix of music and guests THU including Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero, as she marks THU the release of her debut orchestral recording which puts her THU own compositions alongside those of Rachmaninov. Also a THU skilled improviser, Gabriela plays a selection of pieces THU live in the studio, ahead of her performance at Wigmore Hall THU in London. THU THU 18:30 Composer of the Week b01c9rl9 (Listen) THU [Repeat of broadcast at 12:00 today] THU THU 19:30 Radio 3 Live in Concert b060zrx7 (Listen) THU York Early Music Festival 2015, The Clerks - Music from the THU Court of Henry V THU THU Adam Tomlinson presents our second live concert from this THU year's York Early Music Festival. THU THU Tonight vocal ensemble The Clerks mark the 600th anniversary THU year of the Battle of Agincourt with a programme of music THU associated with the court of Henry V, performed in the Quire THU of York Minster. THU THU Anon: Deo gracias, Anglia (part the first) THU Henry: Gloria THU Henry: Sanctus THU Sarum Chant: Benedictus Mariae Fillius THU Damett: Salvatoris mater THU Sarum Chant: Beata progenies THU Power: Beata progenies THU Sarum Chant: Respond: Gloria patri geniteque THU Dunstaple: Credo from Missa Da gaudiorum premia THU Damett: Beata Dei genitrix THU Sturgeon: Salve mater Salve templum THU THU INTERVAL THU THU Anon: Deo gracias, Anglia (part the second) THU Sarum Chant: Alma redemptoris mater THU Forest: Ascendit Christus THU Sarum Chant: Ab inimicis nostris THU Cooke: Alma proles THU Dunstaple: Sanctus from Missa Da gaudiorum premia THU Forest: Qualis est dilectus THU Sarum Chant: Hymn: Veni creator spiritus THU Dunstaple: Veni Sancte Spiritus Veni creator. THU THU 22:00 Free Thinking b060zryk (Listen) THU French Thought, Thomas the Rhymer THU THU Sudhir Hazareesingh talks to Anne McElvoy about his history THU of how the French think. Patrick Baert, author of The THU Existentialist Moment; Sartre's Rise as a Public THU Intellectual, will be joining in this discussion about THU French thought. THU THU And, the medievalist Kylie Murray, a New Generation Thinker THU 2015, finds surprising parity with contemporary practises of THU political spin when she investigates how the prophecies of THU Scottish seer Thomas the Rhymer were interpreted and THU propagated north and south of the border. THU THU How the French Think by Sudhir Hazareesingh is published by THU Penguin. THU THU The Existentialist Moment; Sartre's Rise as a Public THU Intellectual by Patrick Baert is published by Polity THU THU Producer: Torquil Macleod. THU THU Credits THU Interviewed Guest: Sudhir Hazareesingh THU Interviewed Guest: Kylie Murray THU Producer: Torquil MacLeod THU THU 22:45 The Essay b033d3cz (Listen) THU A Taste of Summer in America, Two Seaside Buns THU THU Simon Van Booy grew up in Wales and loved sausages and the THU sausage sandwiches his father made to take on fishing trips. THU So when he moved to New York, he regularly ate hotdogs, and THU on the boardwalk at Coney Island, he bought the classic THU frankfurter in a bun and french fries, jostled by the crowds THU eating fairground food under neon lights. THU THU But he was at a college on Long Island, in the Hamptons, THU where the rich come to play and eat fabulously expensive THU lobster rolls. Though the bun is the exactly the same as the THU hot dog bun, it is filled with lobster and mayonnaise. THU THU The latest in a series of five essays about summer food in THU America for Independence Day. THU THU 23:00 Late Junction b06121zd (Listen) THU Verity Sharp presents an eclectic choice of musical styles THU and traditions. THU THU FRI FRIDAY 10 JULY 2015 FRI FRI 00:30 Through the Night b060zntf (Listen) FRI Great British Symphonies: Ballet Music by Bax and Tippett's FRI Symphony No 4 FRI Gennady Rozhdestvensky conducts the Capella of Russia State FRI Symphony Orchestra in a concert of ballet music by Bax and FRI Tippett's 4th Symphony. Presented by John Shea. FRI 12:31 AM FRI Bax, Arnold [1883-1953] FRI The truth about Russian Dancers, ballet on a play by JM FRI Barrie FRI Capella of Russia State Symphony Orchestra, Gennady FRI Rozhdestvensky (conductor) FRI 1:06 AM FRI Tippett, Michael [1905-1998] FRI Symphony No.4 (in one movement) FRI Capella of Russia State Symphony Orchestra, Gennady FRI Rozhdestvensky (conductor) FRI 1:42 AM FRI Bax, Arnold [1883-1953] FRI Irish Landscape - no.2 of 3 Pieces for small Orchestra FRI (1928) FRI Alexander Rozhdestvensky (violin) ,Capella of Russia State FRI Symphony Orchestra, Gennady Rozhdestvensky (conductor) FRI 1:52 AM FRI Elgar, Edward [1857-1934] FRI Pomp and Circumstance March No.1 in D major FRI Capella of Russia State Symphony Orchestra, Gennady FRI Rozhdestvensky (conductor) FRI 1:58 AM FRI Stravinsky, Igor [1882-1971] FRI Petrushka (1947 version) FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra, Jiri Belohlavek (conductor) FRI 2:31 AM FRI Biber [?], Heinrich Ignaz Franz (1644-1704) FRI Harmonia Romana (Ms.Kremsier 1669) FRI Musica Aeterna Bratislava, Peter Zajícek (director) FRI 2:44 AM FRI Marais, Marin (1656-1725) FRI Deuxième Suite de Pièces en Trio in G minor (1692) FRI La Petite Bande FRI 3:07 AM FRI Roussel, Albert (1869-1937) FRI Piano Trio in E flat major, Op.2 (1902) FRI Tale Olsson (violin), Johanna Sjunnesson (cello), Mats FRI Jansson (piano) FRI 3:36 AM FRI Gounod, Charles [1818-1893] FRI Waltz from 'Faust' FRI Danish Radio Concert Orchestra, Børge Wagner (conductor) FRI 3:42 AM FRI Chopin, Fryderyk [1810-1849] FRI 4 Mazurkas for piano (Op.33) FRI Yulianna Avdeeva (piano) FRI 3:53 AM FRI Marie, Gabriel (1852-1928) (arr. C. Arnold) FRI La Cinquantaine (Golden Wedding) FRI Moshe Hammer (violin), Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi (cello), William FRI Tritt (piano) FRI 3:56 AM FRI Bolcom, William Elden [1938-] FRI The Graceful Ghost - from 3 Ghost Rags (1970) FRI Donna Coleman (piano) FRI 4:02 AM FRI Bach, Johann Sebastian [1685-1750] FRI Cantata BWV.118 "O Jesu Christ, mein's Lebens Licht"' FRI Concerto Vocale Gent (Orchestra and Choir), Philippe FRI Herreweghe (conductor) FRI 4:11 AM FRI Järnefelt, Armas (1869-1958) FRI Berceuse (Lullaby) FRI Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ilpo Mansnerus (conductor) FRI 4:15 AM FRI Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) FRI Adagio in E major (K261) FRI James Ehnes (violin/director), Mozart Anniversary Orchestra FRI 4:24 AM FRI Kunzen, Friedrich (1761-1817) FRI Overture to the opera 'Erik Ejegod' FRI Danish Radio Concert Orchestra, Peter Marschik (conductor) FRI 4:31 AM FRI Elgar, Edward (1857-1934) FRI Serenade for string orchestra (Op.20) in E minor FRI BBC Concert Orchestra, Stephen Cleobury (conductor) FRI 4:43 AM FRI Puccini, Giacomo (1858-1924) FRI Intermezzo - from Manon Lescaut FRI Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, Kenneth Montgomery FRI (conductor) FRI 4:49 AM FRI Gossec, Francois-Joseph [1734-1829] FRI Quartet in A major (Op.15 no.6) FRI Apollon Musagete Quartet FRI 4:59 AM FRI Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809) [Text: Peter Pindar] FRI Der Sturm - chorus for SATB choir and orchestra (H.24a.8) FRI Netherlands Radio Choir and Chamber Orchestra, Antoni FRI Ros-Marba (conductor) FRI 5:09 AM FRI Ravel, Maurice (1875-1937) FRI Sonatine FRI Aldo Ciccolini (piano) FRI 5:22 AM FRI Handel, Georg Frideric [1685-1759] FRI Radamisto - overture; 'Cara sposa' - aria from Rinaldo FRI Delphine Galou (contralto), Les Ambassadeurs, Alexis FRI Kossenko (director) FRI 5:35 AM FRI Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791) FRI Piano Concerto No.17 in G major(K453) FRI Leif Ove Andsnes (piano), Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, Terje FRI Tønnesen (conductor) FRI 6:04 AM FRI Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847) FRI Ruy Blas - overture (Op.95) FRI Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, FRI Hiroyuki Iwaki (conductor) FRI 6:12 AM FRI Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) FRI Suite No.1 in G major for cello solo (BWV 1007) FRI Maxim Rysanov (viola). FRI FRI 06:30 Breakfast b060zq8d (Listen) FRI Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast FRI show, featuring listener requests. FRI FRI Email 3Breakfast@bbc.co.uk. FRI FRI 09:00 Essential Classics b060zq8g (Listen) FRI 9am FRI A selection of music including '5 reasons to love... FRI Nocturnes'. Rob explores works with this name ranging from FRI the poetic character pieces for piano of Chopin, Fauré and FRI John Field (the inventor of the genre) to the orchestral FRI impressionist portraits of Debussy and Delius. FRI FRI 9.30am FRI Take part in today's music-related challenge: listen to the FRI clues and identify the mystery person. FRI FRI 10am FRI Rob's guest is David Quantick, who started out as a rock FRI music journalist before going on to write comic material for FRI many of the funniest people around today, from Graham Norton FRI and Harry Hill to Sally Phillips and Mitchell and Webb. He's FRI written scripts for satirical TV shows including The Thick FRI of It and BBC Radio's The Now Show, and the controversial FRI series Brass Eye. His taste in music is wide-ranging and FRI exploratory, and throughout the week he'll be choosing some FRI of his favourite classical pieces by composers including FRI Vaughan Williams, Kurt Weill and Leos Janacek. FRI FRI 10.30am FRI Following on from Monday's Building a Library recommendation FRI of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel, Rob offers his FRI personal choice of works by American composers who wrote for FRI the stage. FRI FRI Rodgers FRI Slaughter on 10th Avenue (On Your Toes) FRI Boston Pops Orchestra FRI Arthur Fiedler FRI FRI 11am FRI This week Rob features recordings by one of the great FRI violinists of the 20th century, Nathan Milstein, a musician FRI of impeccable taste whose breathtaking virtuosity burns FRI across the years like a laser. He was a violinist's FRI violinist who, whenever he played, was utterly at one with FRI the instrument. Born in Odessa, Milstein studied with the FRI great Hungarian violin teacher Leopold Auer at the St FRI Petersburg Conservatory before settling in New York. With a FRI career that lasted an incredible 72 years, he was worthy of FRI his title 'the prince of the violin'. FRI FRI Vivaldi FRI Violin Sonata in A major, Op.2 no.2 FRI Nathan Milstein (violin) FRI Leon Pommers (piano). FRI FRI 12:00 Composer of the Week b01c9s2g (Listen) FRI Sally Beamish (1956-), Friends and Family FRI FRI In the last of this week's programmes Donald Macleod talks FRI to Sally Beamish about works that are connected with her FRI friends and family, from works commissioned by two FRI supportive patrons who have become like 'musical parents' to FRI her, to those that have been requested by friends who are FRI concert performers. FRI FRI In the Stillness FRI Quintessential Voices FRI FRI Bridging the Day FRI Robert Irvine (cello)/ Sally Beamish (piano) FRI FRI Violin Concerto (Extract: 2nd movt) FRI Anthony Marwood (violin)/ Royal Scottish National Orchestra/ FRI Martyn Brabbins (cond) FRI FRI Cello Sonata FRI Robert Irvine (cello)/ Sally Beamish (piano) FRI FRI God of the Moon FRI Choir of St. Giles' Cathedral/ Michael Harris (cond)/ Peter FRI Backhouse (organ). FRI FRI 13:00 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert b060zrgh (Listen) FRI LSO International Violin Festival 2015, Nicola Benedetti, FRI Alexei Grynyuk FRI FRI Nicola Benedetti and Alexei Grynyuk perform violin sonatas FRI by Mozart and Beethoven. FRI FRI Mozart: Violin Sonata in E minor, K304 FRI Beethoven: Violin Sonata No 9 in A major,Op.47 ('Kreutzer') FRI FRI Nicola Benedetti, violin FRI Alexei Grynyuk, piano FRI FRI Nicola Benedetti rounds off this week of Lunchtime Concerts FRI in the LSO International Violin Festival, with two intensely FRI powerful works, concluding with the show-stopping virtuosity FRI of Beethoven's 'Kreutzer' Sonata. FRI FRI 14:00 Afternoon on 3 b060zrl3 (Listen) FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra and Singers, Episode 4 FRI FRI Penny Gore concludes a week of recent recordings made by the FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra. The outstanding young Ukrainian FRI violinist Valeriy Sokolov joins the orchestra with conductor FRI Edward Gardner to perform Sibelius's Violin Concerto, and FRI current BBC New Generation Artist Louis Schwizgebel performs FRI Saint-Saëns's 5th Piano Concerto conducted by Martyn FRI Brabbins. Plus Mirror II by the Danish composer Pelle FRI Gudmundsen-Holmgreen and Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents a FRI concert of British choral music given by the BBC Singers. FRI FRI Penny Gore (presenter) FRI FRI 14:00 FRI FOULDS FRI April - England FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra FRI Sakari Oramo (conductor) FRI FRI 14:10 FRI SIBELIUS FRI Violin Concerto Op.47 FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra FRI Edward Gardner (conductor) FRI FRI 14:45 FRI Pelle GUDMUNDSEN-HOLMGREEN FRI Mirror II FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra FRI Thomas Dausgaard (conductor) FRI FRI 15:15 FRI BBC Singers in Concert FRI Presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch FRI FRI Music includes: FRI FRI Sally BEAMISH: Shadow and silver FRI PHILIPS: Ave Jesu Christe for 8 voices [1613a] FRI STANFORD: Magnificat in B flat FRI FRI 15:55 FRI SAINT-SAENS FRI Piano Concerto No.5 in F Op.103 (Egyptian) FRI Louis Schwizgebel (piano) FRI BBC Symphony Orchestra FRI Martyn Brabbins (conductor). FRI FRI Credits FRI Performer: BBC Symphony Orchestra FRI Performer: BBC Singers FRI FRI 16:30 In Tune b060zrtg (Listen) FRI Suzy Klein presents a lively mix of music and guests, FRI including Canadian piano great, Janina Fialkowska as she FRI makes a brief visit to the UK for a recital at Wigmore Hall FRI in London, performing music by Grieg, Liszt, Ravel and FRI Schumann. She plays live in the studio and discusses her FRI extraordinary career to date. FRI FRI 19:30 Radio 3 Live in Concert b060zrx9 (Listen) FRI BBC Singers: Sun, Sea and Summer Nights FRI FRI Live from St Paul's, Knightsbridge FRI Presented by Petroc Trelawny FRI FRI The BBC Singers, Kaspars Putnins and Scott Dickinson perform FRI music on the theme of sun, sea and summer nights. FRI FRI Judith Weir: a blue true dream of sky FRI Ton de Leeuw: Car nos vignes sont en fleur FRI Peteris Vasks: Vasara ('Summer') FRI Benjamin Britten: Elegy FRI Bob Chilcott: Beach FRI FRI 8.15pm: Interval: Kaspars Putnins talks about the choral FRI scene in the Baltic States, with music from 'Summer', from FRI 'The Four Seasons' by Giovanni Guido (1675-1728) FRI FRI 8.35pm: FRI Cecilia McDowall: Night flight FRI Brahms: Ich schwing mein Horn (Op.41 no 1) FRI Schumann: Die Lotosblume (Op.33 no 3) FRI Paul Patterson: Tides of Mananan FRI Olli Kortekangas: Valimeri ('Mediterranean Sea') FRI FRI Scott Dickinson (viola) FRI BBC Singers FRI Kaspars Putnins (conductor) FRI FRI In holiday mood, the BBC Singers - directed by the Latvian FRI choral conductor Kaspars Putnins and joined by the FRI viola-player Scott Dickinson - perform a programme on the FRI theme of sun, sea and summer nights. The music includes a FRI choral portrait of the Mediterranean by the Finnish composer FRI Olli Kortekangas, and a Manx sea-scape, for solo viola, by FRI Paul Patterson. Bob Chilcott's 'Beach' is a poignant FRI reminiscence of childhood days at the seaside - like FRI Britten's 'Elegy': the 16-year-old composer commemorating FRI his final summer term at school in Lowestoft. Also in the FRI concert, summer partsongs by Brahms and Schumann, and the FRI Dutch composer Ton de Leeuw's setting of words from the Song FRI of Solomon which depict vines in bloom and love in the air. FRI And, completing the programme, Cecilia McDowall's musical FRI portrayal of a historic night spent not on the ground but FRI soaring above it - the evening in 1912 when Harriet Quimby FRI became the first woman to fly a plane across the English FRI Channel. FRI FRI (Producer, Michael Emery). FRI FRI 22:00 The Verb b060zrym (Listen) FRI The Monochrome Verb FRI FRI The Verb explores a 'monochrome' world - with new poetry FRI from Tom Chivers, John Harvey's 'The Story of Black', and a FRI new commission from poet and musician Rommi Smith. FRI FRI 22:45 The Essay b033d3h9 (Listen) FRI A Taste of Summer in America, Homecoming FRI FRI Novelist Audrey Niffenegger celebrates the joys of summer FRI ice cream. But now that she can no longer eat it, what could FRI take its place? Last in a series on summer eating in FRI America. FRI FRI Growing up in Evanston, Illinois, outside Chicago, Audrey FRI Niffenegger enjoyed summers of wonderful ice cream. Evanston FRI was the headquarters of the Christian Temperance Union, so FRI ice cream was one of the few indulgences. In fact in adult FRI life, a simple scoop of vanilla remained her absolute FRI passion. Until, a fateful day when she developed severe FRI bronchitis and became allergic to milk. Now she is on a FRI mission to replace her summer treat. And what really brings FRI back the joys of summer, comes when she revisits a totally FRI different food - rhubarb pie. FRI FRI 23:00 World on 3 b06121zl (Listen) FRI Lopa Kothari - Khiyo in Session FRI FRI Lopa Kothari with new tracks from across the globe, plus a FRI live session with British-Bengali band Khiyo. FRI FRI Khiyo is named after a letter in the Bengali alphabet - as FRI the band says, it's actually a combination of two letters, FRI but has an identity of its own. In the same way, the band FRI brings together styles from traditional Bengali music with FRI western influences, creating a unique blend. Lead singer FRI Sohini Alam is a British singer of Bangladeshi descent, a FRI third-generation vocalist who learned from her mother and FRI her aunts. The band's debut album has just been released. FRI FRI Plus the latest from BBC Introducing, and another dip into FRI the Radio 3 World Music Archive. FRI World on 3 sessions are available for download as a podcast FRI via the home page. FRI

Retrospective Alphabetical Listing

[traditional]Barbara FurtunaThe Choir2015-07-0516:000:28Link
[traditional]Grey Bull/Wark Football TeamBreakfast2015-07-1006:302:28Link
[traditional]My Evaline (from Songs of Yale)Breakfast2015-07-0806:302:11Link
Aaron CoplandFanfare for the Common ManEssential Classics2015-07-0909:000:55Link
Aaron CoplandRed Pony - Film Music (Suite)Essential Classics2015-07-0809:001:33Link
Aaron CoplandSymphony No. 3 (iv. Fanfare)CD Review2015-07-0409:000:08Link
Alain RomansQuel temps fait-il a ParisPrivate Passions2015-07-0512:000:16Link
Alasdair Roberts (artist)Daemon LoverLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:49Link
Alban BergWozzeck: Act III Scene 2Essential Classics2015-07-1009:001:15Link
Albert RousselTrio for piano and strings (Op.2) in E flat majorThrough the Night2015-07-1000:302:37Link
Alexander Konstantinovich Glazunov5 Novelettes for string quartet (Op.15), no.1; Alla spagnuola (Allegretto)Breakfast2015-07-1006:300:18Link
Alexander Konstantinovich GlazunovMeditation, Op.32Essential Classics2015-07-0909:001:28Link
Alexander Konstantinovich GlazunovNovelettes for String Quartet, Op.15 No.4 - ValseBreakfast2015-07-0407:001:25Link
Alexander Nikolayevich Scriabin3 Etudes (Op.65)Through the Night2015-07-0501:001:52Link
Alexander Nikolayevich ScriabinPrometheus (The poem of fire) Op.60 for piano, chorus, organ and orchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0501:001:02Link
Alexander Nikolayevich ScriabinSonata no. 10 in C major Op.70 for pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0501:001:39Link
Alexander Nikolayevich ScriabinSonata No.4 in F sharp minor (Op.30)Through the Night2015-07-0501:001:31Link
Alexander Nikolayevich ScriabinStudy no.10 in D flat major (Op.8)Through the Night2015-07-0501:005:28Link
Alexander von ZemlinskyDie Seejungfrau (The Little mermaid) - Fantasy for orchestra after AndersenThrough the Night2015-07-0700:302:20Link
Alexandre GuilmantParaphrase on 'See the Conquering hero comes' Op.90 for organBreakfast2015-07-0507:000:39Link
Alfred Garyevich SchnittkeRevis Fairy TaleSaturday Classics2015-07-0414:000:38Link
Ambroise ThomasMignon - OvertureBreakfast2015-07-1006:300:48Link
Amy BeachChanson d'amourEssential Classics2015-07-0809:001:57Link
Ana Isabel Luna Moreno (artist)Babylonian Lullaby/Babylonian HarpPrivate Passions2015-07-0512:000:04Link
Andrew Hugill (artist)Nicholas Through the MistLate Junction2015-07-0923:001:18Link
Andrew Lloyd WebberVariations for Cello and Orchestra: Introduction, Theme and Variations 1-4Essential Classics2015-07-0809:001:26Link
AnonChant: Sarum: Benedictus MariaRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:300:15Link
anonRéveillez-vous, PicardsLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:23Link
AnonSarum Chant: Alma redemptoris materRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:301:03Link
Anon:Deo gracias, Anglia (pt 2)Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:301:00Link
Anon. attributed to Roy HenrySanctusRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:300:12Link
Anonymous3 Sephardische RomanzenThrough the Night2015-07-0900:303:42Link
AnonymousAlso hat Gott die Welt geliebt, SWV.380; Jauchzet dem Herren, alle WeltThrough the Night2015-07-0600:300:20Link
Antiochus EvanghelatosCoasts and Mountains of AtticaThrough the Night2015-07-0900:303:29Link
Anton BrucknerLocus IsteSaturday Classics2015-07-0414:000:34Link
Anton BrucknerSymphony No.3 in D minor: III.Scherzo - Ziemlich schnellBreakfast2015-07-0706:302:18Link
Anton RubinsteinNa vozdusnom okeane, bez rulya i bez vetrilThrough the Night2015-07-0501:005:19Link
Anton Stepanovich Arensky3 Quartets Op.57 for voices with solo cello: SerenadeThe Choir2015-07-0516:000:05Link
Anton Stepanovich ArenskyVariations on a theme by Tchaikovsky, Op.35aEssential Classics2015-07-0909:000:38Link
Antonin DvorakLargo from Symphony No.9 'From the New World'Essential Classics2015-07-0909:001:12Link
Antonin DvorakLegends Op.59 - No.3 in G minorBreakfast2015-07-0906:300:51Link
Antonin DvorakSonatina - 2nd movtmentRadio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0813:000:53Link
Antonin DvorakString quartet in F major, Op.96 (American)(1st mvt: Allegro ma non troppo)Private Passions2015-07-0512:000:48Link
Antonin DvorakSymphony no. 7 in D minor Op.70Through the Night2015-07-0600:301:22Link
Antonin DvorakSymphony no. 7 in D minor, Op.70Afternoon on 32015-07-0714:001:41Link
Antonin DvorakViolin Concerto in A minor, Op. 53Essential Classics2015-07-0609:002:02Link
Antonio CestiAlidoro's aria: 'Qual profondo letargo' - from Orontea Act 2 Scene 18Through the Night2015-07-0900:303:03Link
Antonio SalieriOverture La grotta di TrofonioThrough the Night2015-07-0501:004:01Link
Antonio ValenteGallarda NapolitanaThrough the Night2015-07-0900:303:26Link
Antonio VivaldiConcerto in A major (RV.335), "The Cuckoo"Through the Night2015-07-0700:304:29Link
Antonio VivaldiConcerto in B flat major RV.526 for 2 violins and stringsBreakfast2015-07-0606:300:11Link
Antonio VivaldiConcerto in D for 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 violins, bassoon, strings and cont RV 566Breakfast2015-07-0806:300:46Link
Antonio VivaldiLC 150704 2/4 Vivaldi Concerto RV.569Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0413:000:22Link
Antonio VivaldiMandolin Concerto RV.425 1st movIn Tune2015-07-0716:301:33Link
Antonio VivaldiNulla in mundo pax sincera for soprano and orchestra (RV.630)Through the Night2015-07-0401:003:32Link
Antonio VivaldiViolin Sonata in A major, Op.2 No.2Essential Classics2015-07-1009:002:02Link
ArayaIrambiLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:28Link
ArayaRwakanembeLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:27Link
Arcangelo CorelliConcerto Grosso in D (Op.6 No.4)Through the Night2015-07-0800:304:22Link
Arcangelo CorelliConcerto Grosso in D major No. 7Sunday Morning2015-07-0509:000:05Link
Armas Järnefelt (artist)Berceuse (Lullaby)Through the Night2015-07-1000:303:41Link
Arnold BaxIrish Landscape No.2 of 3 pieces for small orchestra [1928]Through the Night2015-07-1000:301:12Link
Arnold BaxThe truth about Russian Dancers, balletThrough the Night2015-07-1000:300:01Link
Arnold Schoenberg5 Orchestral pieces Op.16Through the Night2015-07-0501:000:46Link
Arnold SchoenbergVerklarte Nacht (opening)Private Passions2015-07-0512:000:30Link
Arnold SchoenbergVerklarte Nacht for string sextet (Op.4)Through the Night2015-07-0700:301:30Link
Arthur De GreefCinq Chants D'Amour for soprano and OrchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0700:305:39Link
Arthur De GreefHumouresque for Orchestra (2nd version 1928)Through the Night2015-07-0501:005:53Link
Arvo PärtAlelluia - TroposIn Tune2015-07-0816:301:14Link
Arvo PärtVirgencitaIn Tune2015-07-0816:301:23Link
Astor PiazzollaCafetin de Buenos AiresIn Tune2015-07-0616:301:16Link
Astor PiazzollaRomance del diablo - tangoIn Tune2015-07-0616:301:22Link
Astor PiazzollaYo soy MaríaIn Tune2015-07-0616:301:43Link
August de BoeckNocturne (1931)Through the Night2015-07-0700:305:15Link
Augusta Read ThomasTwo E.E. Cummings songs: sky candy sprouting violetsIn Tune2015-07-0616:300:43Link
Augusta Read ThomasWords of the sea: 1st mvt ...words of the sea...In Tune2015-07-0616:300:54Link
Baba Bulleh ShahIshq na derda mot kolonLate Junction2015-07-0823:001:09Link
BachCello Suite No. 6 in D major BWV1012Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0613:000:29Link
BachIch habe genug BWV 82Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0619:301:38Link
BachSinget dem Herrn ein neues Lied, BWV225Essential Classics2015-07-0609:000:06Link
Bálint BakfarkFantasia and Je prens en gre for luteThrough the Night2015-07-0401:003:39Link
BandAdriatica (artist)SalignanoWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:05Link
Barbecue Bob (artist)Midnight Weeping Blues (Nellie Florence)World on 32015-07-1023:001:30Link
Barney Kessel (artist)I've Told Every Little StarGeoffrey Smith's Jazz2015-07-0500:000:09Link
Barney WilenLady BirdJazz Record Requests2015-07-0417:000:41Link
Bedrich SmetanaThe Bartered Bride, OvertureBreakfast2015-07-0906:300:33Link
Ben Christophers (artist)My Beautiful DemonLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:14Link
Benjamin BrittenA Hymn to the Virgin for chorus [with semi-chorus]The Choir2015-07-0516:000:41Link
Benjamin BrittenElegy for stringsRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:300:36Link
Benjamin BrittenRejoice in the Lamb (Op.30): no.1; Rejoice in God, O ye tonguesBreakfast2015-07-0706:302:13Link
Benjamin BrittenSuite No. 1 Op.72 For Cello SoloRadio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0613:000:04Link
Benjamin Zephaniah (artist)GeneticsLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:28Link
Benjamin Zephaniah (artist)Our FathersLate Junction2015-07-0923:001:01Link
BERIOPIERO (Farulli) from DUETTI for 2 violins, Vol.1 No.18Words and Music2015-07-0517:300:00Link
Bernat VivancosNigra sumThrough the Night2015-07-0401:004:07Link
Blick Bassy (artist)Tell MeWorld on 32015-07-1023:001:48Link
Bob ChilcottBeachRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:300:43Link
Bob ChilcottSimple gifts - trad. American arr. for male chorusEssential Classics2015-07-0909:000:58Link
Bob ChilcottThe Voice of WaterIn Tune2015-07-1016:300:51Link
Bohuslav MartinuConcerto Grosso for Chamber Orchestra H263Sunday Morning2015-07-0509:001:11Link
Burt Bacharach'Alfie'In Tune2015-07-0716:300:34Link
Camille Saint-SaënsConcerto for piano and orchestra no.5 in F major Op.103, "Egyptian"Through the Night2015-07-0900:302:01Link
Camille Saint-SaënsPiano concerto no. 5 in F major Op.103, (Egyptian)Afternoon on 32015-07-1014:001:53Link
Camille Saint-SaënsSeptet, Op.65Essential Classics2015-07-0609:000:38Link
Camille Saint-SaënsTrio No.1 for piano, violin and cello in F (Op.18)Through the Night2015-07-0501:002:01Link
Candeeiro Nonga (artist)Di Ma KundunduLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:29Link
Carl Fruhling (artist)Trio for clarinet, cello and piano (Op.40)Through the Night2015-07-0600:302:37Link
Carl Ludvig LithanderRondo for flute and keyboard (Op.8)Through the Night2015-07-0600:303:30Link
Carl Maria von WeberAufforderung zum Tanz [Invitation to the dance]: rondo brillant for piano Op.65Through the Night2015-07-0401:005:22Link
Carl Maria von WeberInvitation to the dance - rondo brillant, orch. Berlioz [orig. for piano]Breakfast2015-07-0407:001:52Link
Carl NielsenClarinet ConcertoRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:301:38Link
Carl NielsenSuite: 'Den Luciferiske' SF91Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:302:03Link
Carl Philipp Emanuel BachSymphony (Wq.183`1) in D major, 1st movement; Allegro di moltoBreakfast2015-07-0706:300:51Link
Carl Philipp Emanuel BachTrio sonata for flute, violin and continuo (Wq.143) in B minorThrough the Night2015-07-0401:003:22Link
Carlos Hayre y Su Orquesta (artist)Mi Chica se Vuelva LocaWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:20Link
Carlos Ramos (artist)Torre de BelemLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:08Link
Carlos Salzedo (artist)Chanson dans la nuit (Study for harp)Through the Night2015-07-0401:004:03Link
Catrin Finch (artist)Suite lyrique, RondeauIn Tune2015-07-0916:300:32Link
Cecil Armstrong GibbsTitaniaBreakfast2015-07-0606:301:55Link
Cecil ColesCortege - from Behind the linesAfternoon on 32015-07-0714:000:28Link
Cecil ColesSorrowful dance, orch. Martyn BrabbinsAfternoon on 32015-07-0714:001:06Link
Cecilia McDowallChristus natus est: Personent hodieThe Choir2015-07-0516:000:35Link
Cecilia McDowallNight flightRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:301:15Link
César FranckLes EolidesBreakfast2015-07-1006:302:17Link
César FranckPrelude, fugue et variation for organ (M.30) (Op.18)Through the Night2015-07-0600:304:32Link
César FranckSymphonic variations for piano and orchestra (M.46)Breakfast2015-07-0806:302:15Link
César FranckSymphony in D minorEssential Classics2015-07-0809:002:19Link
Charles-François GounodOverture to MireilleThrough the Night2015-07-0600:303:52Link
Charles-François GounodWaltz from 'Faust'Through the Night2015-07-1000:303:06Link
Charlie ChaplinModern Times - Film MusicSound of Cinema2015-07-0416:000:28Link
Cheikh Lô (artist)Leer Gui FallWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:40Link
Cheltenham Community Gamelan Players (artist)Gamelan trad dance suiteLate Junction2015-07-0923:001:26Link
Chen QigangJoie eternelle for trumpet & orchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0401:000:50Link
Christian Frederik Emil HornemanOverture from AladdinThrough the Night2015-07-0900:304:43Link
Christian Ravaglioli (artist)FondreLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:16Link
Christoph Willibald GluckArmide - overtureBreakfast2015-07-0706:302:25Link
Christopher Hobbs (artist)L'auteur se retireLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:20Link
Clara SchumannSoirees Musicales op 6, MazurkaBreakfast2015-07-0407:000:31Link
Claude DebussyIberia: Images for Orchestra, No. 2 (1909)Through the Night2015-07-0900:302:40Link
Claude DebussyNuages; Fetes (Nocturnes)Essential Classics2015-07-0709:000:11Link
Claude DebussyPreludes Book 1 No 3 Le Vent dands la plaineWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:01Link
Claude DebussyString Quartet in G minor (Op.10)Through the Night2015-07-0401:005:32Link
Claude DebussyString Quartet in G minor: 2nd mvt; Assez vif et bien rhythmeBreakfast2015-07-0806:302:05Link
Claude DebussySuite for cello and orchestra, compl. Sally BeamishComposer of the Week2015-07-0712:000:00Link
Claude Debussy (artist)Rondes de Printemps - from Images for OrchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0600:303:22Link
Claudio MonteverdiConfitebor tibi Terzo 'alla francese' (Selva morale e spiritual)Essential Classics2015-07-0709:000:33Link
Claudio MonteverdiOhime ch'io cadoSunday Morning2015-07-0509:002:00Link
Claudio MonteverdiPur ti miro (Coronazione di Poppea)Words and Music2015-07-0517:301:09Link
Claudio MonteverdiZefiro torna - ciaconna for 2 tenors & bcBreakfast2015-07-0507:000:24Link
Custódio Castelo (artist)Fan FadoLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:11Link
Dag WirénSerenade for Strings (Op.11)Through the Night2015-07-0501:003:21Link
Damett:Salvatoris mater/O GeorgiRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:300:16Link
Damiano ViscardiSpaturnoLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:19Link
Damon AlbarnCheshire Cat SongIn Tune2015-07-0816:301:44Link
Daniel-François-Esprit AuberBolero - Ballet music no.2 from La Muette de Portici (Masaniello)Through the Night2015-07-0900:304:01Link
Daniel-François-Esprit AuberOverture from "Le Cheval de bronze"Through the Night2015-07-0501:003:51Link
Darius MilhaudExcerpt from "Madrigal-Nocturne" from "La Cheminee du Roi Rene"Through the Night2015-07-0401:000:00Link
Darius MilhaudExcerpt from "Madrigal-Nocturne" from "La Cheminee du Roi Rene"Through the Night2015-07-0401:002:00Link
Darius MilhaudExcerpt from "Madrigal-Nocturne" from "La Cheminee du Roi Rene"Through the Night2015-07-0401:004:00Link
Darius MilhaudExcerpt from "Madrigal-Nocturne" from "La Cheminee du Roi Rene"Through the Night2015-07-0501:000:00Link
Darius MilhaudExcerpt from "Madrigal-Nocturne" from "La Cheminee du Roi Rene"Through the Night2015-07-0501:002:00Link
Darius MilhaudExcerpt from "Madrigal-Nocturne" from "La Cheminee du Roi Rene"Through the Night2015-07-0501:004:00Link
Darius MilhaudExcerpt from "Madrigal-Nocturne" from "La Cheminee du Roi Rene"Through the Night2015-07-0600:300:00Link
Darius MilhaudExcerpt from "Madrigal-Nocturne" from "La Cheminee du Roi Rene"Through the Night2015-07-0600:302:00Link
Darius MilhaudExcerpt from "Madrigal-Nocturne" from "La Cheminee du Roi Rene"Through the Night2015-07-0600:304:00Link
Dave Borden (artist)Esty Point, Summer 1978Late Junction2015-07-0823:000:03Link
David ArnoldStepford Wives - End CreditsSound of Cinema2015-07-0416:000:08Link
David DiamondSymphony No.3 - 3rd movementBreakfast2015-07-0906:301:46Link
David LangThe difficulty of crossing a field (the first telling)CD Review2015-07-0409:000:22Link
David SylvianConversation Ending in DivorceWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:48Link
Dayme Arocena (artist)MadresWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:46Link
de LeeuwCar nos vignes sont en fleurRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:300:08Link
Dieterich BuxtehudeFrohlocket mit Handen, BuxWV 29Through the Night2015-07-0700:303:51Link
Dieterich BuxtehudeIch bin die Auferstehung und das Leben, Bux WV 44Through the Night2015-07-0401:004:56Link
Dimitri CantemirImprovisation & Dance 'Buselik Usules'Essential Classics2015-07-0609:000:56Link
Dinu LipattiAubade for wind quartetThrough the Night2015-07-0900:305:11Link
Django ReinhardtSwing 42Private Passions2015-07-0512:000:35Link
Dmitri ShostakovichBallet suite no. 3 arr. Atovmyan Dance & Waltz & GalopBreakfast2015-07-0706:301:18Link
Dmitri ShostakovichFootball, from Russian RiverBreakfast2015-07-0806:302:02Link
Dmitri ShostakovichPrelude No. 5 in DLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:41Link
Dmitri ShostakovichRomance from the GadflyBreakfast2015-07-0806:300:33Link
Dmitri ShostakovichSymphony No. 8 In C Minor Op.65CD Review2015-07-0409:001:48Link
Dmitri ShostakovichThe Gadfly (Romance), arr. ? for violin & piano [orig.orch]In Tune2015-07-0616:300:55Link
Dmitri ShostakovichThe Jugglers, from 'Hypothetically Murdered' - incidental music Op.31Breakfast2015-07-0606:302:10Link
Dmitri ShostakovichUnfinished sonata (1945)CD Review2015-07-0409:001:40Link
Domenico ScarlattiSonata in C minor, K.73 for viola d'amore and harpsichordEssential Classics2015-07-0709:000:02Link
Domenico ScarlattiSonata in F minor, Kk466Afternoon on 32015-07-1014:002:20Link
Domenico ScarlattiSonata in G, Kk455Breakfast2015-07-1006:300:43Link
Dora Peja?evi?Canzonetta op 8Breakfast2015-07-1006:300:56Link
Duke EllingtonStar Spangled BannerGeoffrey Smith's Jazz2015-07-0500:000:02Link
Duke Ellington & His OrchestraWill You Be There / 99% Won't DoJazz Record Requests2015-07-0417:000:52Link
Duke Elllington & Count BasieBattle RoyalGeoffrey Smith's Jazz2015-07-0500:000:42Link
Dunstaple: Credo from Missa Da gaudiorum premiaRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:300:26Link
Dunstaple:Sanctus from Missa Da gaudiorum premiaRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:301:15Link
Dunstaple:Veni Sancte SpiritusRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:301:29Link
E.J. MoeranPhyllida and Corydon - choral suite (1939)Through the Night2015-07-0401:002:01Link
Eduardo Mocoroa (artist)Dance of the Witches (after a popular Basque song)Through the Night2015-07-0700:304:21Link
Edvard Grieg2 Nordic melodies Op.63 for orchestra- Cow Call and Peasant DanceBreakfast2015-07-0706:300:18Link
Edvard GriegConcerto in A minor Op.16 for piano and orchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0501:004:36Link
Edvard GriegLyric Pieces - At the cradle & ButterflyIn Tune2015-07-1016:300:08Link
Edvard GriegLyric Pieces - At your feet & PuckIn Tune2015-07-1016:300:18Link
Edvard GriegNorwegian Dance (Allegro marcato) (Op.35 No.1) [orig for piano duet]Through the Night2015-07-0800:303:31Link
Egschiglen (artist)HunnuLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:33Link
Elmer BernsteinWild Wild WestSound of Cinema2015-07-0416:000:37Link
Émile WaldteufelLes Patineurs [The skaters] - waltz Op.183Breakfast2015-07-1006:301:05Link
Emily Portman (artist)Borrowed and BlueLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:51Link
Emily Portman (artist)Seed StitchLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:38Link
Emmanuel ChabrierScherzo-valse from Suite pastorale for orchestraBreakfast2015-07-0906:302:02Link
EÖTVÖSSnatches of a Conversation (2001) (extract)Words and Music2015-07-0517:300:36Link
Eric CoatesFootlights - Concert ValseEssential Classics2015-07-0909:000:02Link
Eric CoatesMen of TrentBreakfast2015-07-0906:300:47Link
Erich Wolfgang KorngoldMarchenbilder, Op.3Afternoon on 32015-07-0614:000:08Link
Erich Wolfgang KorngoldSonata for violin and piano Op.6Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0513:000:18Link
Erik HonoréSanctuaryLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:43Link
Erik SatieAcrobates from Parade (ballet realiste)Breakfast2015-07-0606:302:12Link
Erik SatieSports et divertissements for piano, no.20; Le TennisBreakfast2015-07-1006:302:27Link
Eriks EsenvaldsThe Earthly RoseThe Choir2015-07-0516:000:08Link
Ernest BlochConcerto Grosso No. 2 for string orchestraSunday Morning2015-07-0509:001:38Link
Ernest ChaussonChanson Perpetuelle (Op.37) vers. for voice and piano quintetThrough the Night2015-07-0600:304:01Link
Ernest MahleLavadeiraIn Tune2015-07-0616:301:53Link
Ernest TomlinsonLittle SerenadeBreakfast2015-07-0906:301:25Link
Étienne Nicolas Méhul (artist)Symphony no.1 in G minor (Paris, 1809)Through the Night2015-07-0800:304:44Link
Evaristo Felice Dall'Abaco (artist)Concerto a piu istrumenti, Op.5 No.3 in E minorEssential Classics2015-07-0809:000:46Link
Fanny MendelssohnAllegro moderato for piano (Op.8 No.1) (1840)Through the Night2015-07-0800:305:12Link
Fanny MendelssohnCapriccio in A flat major (1829)Essential Classics2015-07-1009:002:21Link
Felix Mendelssohn3 Studies Op.104b for pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0700:303:20Link
Felix MendelssohnAthalie - incidental music (Op.74), War march of the priestsBreakfast2015-07-1006:302:03Link
Felix MendelssohnKonzertstuck No. 1 in F minor for clarinet, basset horn & orchestraIn Tune2015-07-0916:300:36Link
Felix MendelssohnOctet In E Flat MajorSaturday Classics2015-07-0414:000:54Link
Felix MendelssohnRuy Blas - overture (Op.95)Through the Night2015-07-1000:305:34Link
Felix MendelssohnSong Without Words Op19 No.1 (Sweet remembrance) for violin and pianoBreakfast2015-07-0606:302:27Link
Felix MendelssohnSymphony no. 4 (Op.90) in A major "Italian", 4th movement; Saltarello (Presto)Breakfast2015-07-0806:301:02Link
Ferdous Ara (artist)O Kul Bhanga Nodirey (Heritage Track)World on 32015-07-1023:001:02Link
Ferenc Farkas5 Ancient Hungarian Dances for wind quintetThrough the Night2015-07-0700:303:02Link
Fernhill (artist)Y FolanteinLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:00Link
ForestAscendit ChristusRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:301:04Link
Forest:Qualis est dilectusRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:301:23Link
Francesco GeminianiConcerto Grosso in E minor, Op. 3 No. 3Sunday Morning2015-07-0509:001:02Link
Francis PoulencConcerto in D minor for 2 pianos and orchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0700:302:01Link
Francis PoulencLes Biches - RondeauBreakfast2015-07-0706:301:09Link
Francis PoulencMelancolieBreakfast2015-07-0806:301:12Link
François CouperinLa Francoise, Trio Sonata from 'Les Nations'Through the Night2015-07-0800:305:37Link
François CouperinLes Baricades misterieuses [from Pieces de clavecin -ordre no.6]Through the Night2015-07-0900:305:32Link
François CouperinLes barricades misterieusesIn Tune2015-07-0916:300:45Link
François-Joseph GossecQuartet, Op 15 No 6Through the Night2015-07-1000:304:19Link
Frank BridgeCapriccio for piano no. 2 in F sharp minorBreakfast2015-07-0806:300:37Link
Franz DanziMenuetto (Allegro) from Wind Quintet in F major Op.56 no.3Breakfast2015-07-0606:301:19Link
Franz LisztGrande etude de Paganini no.3 in G sharp minor: La CampanellaThrough the Night2015-07-0401:000:44Link
Franz LisztNuages Gris S.199Late Junction2015-07-0923:001:14Link
Franz Liszt (artist)Piano Concerto no.1 in E flat majorThrough the Night2015-07-0401:000:25Link
Franz Schubert3 Marches militaires for piano duet (D.733), no.1 in D majorBreakfast2015-07-0706:300:13Link
Franz Schubert4 Impromptus for piano (D.899) (Op.90); no.4 in A flat majorBreakfast2015-07-0407:001:45Link
Franz Schubert4 Impromptus, Op.90, D899Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0519:301:44Link
Franz Schubert6 Moments musicaux, D780Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0519:300:32Link
Franz SchubertAn Die MusikSaturday Classics2015-07-0414:000:00Link
Franz SchubertBallet Music No.2 (Rosamunde)Essential Classics2015-07-0709:000:23Link
Franz SchubertDer HochzeitsbratenSaturday Classics2015-07-0414:000:04Link
Franz SchubertDie Schone Mullerin (D.795), no.10; TranenregenBreakfast2015-07-0706:301:47Link
Franz SchubertDie Vogel, D.691Essential Classics2015-07-0609:002:33Link
Franz SchubertDu bist die Ruh D.776In Tune2015-07-0916:301:43Link
Franz SchubertFantasy in F minor for piano duet, D.940 / Op.103 (extract)Words and Music2015-07-0517:301:02Link
Franz SchubertGesang der Geistern über den Wassern (Op.167)Through the Night2015-07-0600:304:22Link
Franz SchubertGott in der Natur D.757Afternoon on 32015-07-0614:002:20Link
Franz SchubertImpromptu in A flat major, D.935 Op. 142 No. 2 for pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0501:003:06Link
Franz SchubertNacht und Traume D.827, arr. Queyras and TharaudBreakfast2015-07-0606:300:07Link
Franz SchubertPiano Sonata in A minor (Op.42) (D.845)Through the Night2015-07-0600:302:01Link
Franz SchubertQuartet for strings (D.810) in D min "Death and the maiden", 4th mvt; PrestoBreakfast2015-07-0906:301:05Link
Franz SchubertQuartettsatz in C minor, D703Private Passions2015-07-0512:000:06Link
Friedrich KunzenOverture to 'Erik Ejegod'Through the Night2015-07-1000:303:54Link
Fryderyk Chopin2 Mazurkas Opus 67 - No. 2 & No. 4In Tune2015-07-1016:301:13Link
Fryderyk Chopin2 Polonaises for piano (Op.40), no.1 in A major; Military polonaiseBreakfast2015-07-0606:301:34Link
Fryderyk Chopin3 Waltzes for piano (Op.34), no.1 in A flat majorBreakfast2015-07-0507:001:14Link
Fryderyk Chopin4 Mazurkas for piano (Op.24), no.1 in G minor;In Tune2015-07-0716:301:25Link
Fryderyk Chopin4 Mazurkas for piano (Op.33)Through the Night2015-07-1000:303:12Link
Fryderyk ChopinGrand duo in E major on themes from Meyerbeer's 'Robert le Diable'Through the Night2015-07-0700:301:06Link
Fryderyk ChopinNocturne in E flat, Op.55 No.2Essential Classics2015-07-0809:000:20Link
Fryderyk ChopinNocturne in F, Op. 15 No. 1Breakfast2015-07-0806:300:13Link
Fryderyk ChopinSonata in G minor Op.65 for cello and pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0700:300:35Link
Fryderyk ChopinWaltz for piano (Op.70`2) in F minorBreakfast2015-07-1006:301:22Link
Gabriel FauréNocturne No.6 in D flat, Op.63Essential Classics2015-07-1009:000:22Link
Gabriel MarieLa Cinquantaine (Golden Wedding) arr. Arnold for violin, cello & pianoThrough the Night2015-07-1000:303:23Link
Gabriel PiernéConcerto for piano and orchestra (Op.12) in C minor, 2nd movement;Breakfast2015-07-0706:301:26Link
Gabriela MonteroImprovisationIn Tune2015-07-0916:300:43Link
Gary McfarlandThe Brotherhood of ManJazz Record Requests2015-07-0417:000:20Link
Gaspar CassadóRequiebrosBreakfast2015-07-0706:300:40Link
Gavin BryarsThe Sinking Of The TitanicEssential Classics2015-07-0609:001:17Link
Genesis (artist)Down And OutJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:44Link
Georg Christoph BachSiehe, wie fein und lieblich ist es - vocal concertoThrough the Night2015-07-0700:303:13Link
Georg Philipp TelemannLa Conversation à la table. Gavotte, from Divertimento in E flat major, TWV.50:21Words and Music2015-07-0517:300:04Link
Georg Philipp TelemannOverture in F (TWV44.7): overtureIn Tune2015-07-0616:300:00Link
Georg Philipp TelemannOverture in F major TWV 44:14. Passepied and GigueBreakfast2015-07-1006:301:34Link
Georg Philipp TelemannViola Concerto in G major, TWV 51:G9Breakfast2015-07-0507:000:46Link
George ButterworthThe Lads in their hundreds (from 6 Songs from 'A Shropshire lad')Breakfast2015-07-0906:302:08Link
George Frideric HandelAcis and Galatea; Love sound the alarmIn Tune2015-07-0916:300:00Link
George Frideric HandelAgrippina - OvertureBreakfast2015-07-0806:300:01Link
George Frideric HandelAriodante - opera in 3 acts: Act 3 sc.8; Dopo notte [aria]Breakfast2015-07-0906:301:33Link
George Frideric HandelCantata Della Guera AmorosaRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0619:300:32Link
George Frideric HandelConcerto Grosso in F major Op. 3 No. 4Sunday Morning2015-07-0509:001:26Link
George Frideric HandelCoronation Anthem: Let Thy Hand Be StrengthenedBreakfast2015-07-0407:000:12Link
George Frideric HandelDixit Dominus - Psalm 110 HWV.232In Tune2015-07-0616:300:59Link
George Frideric HandelIsrael in Egypt - oratorio, Pt.3; The people shall hear (chorus)Breakfast2015-07-0706:301:03Link
George Frideric HandelKunft'ger Zeiten eitler Kummer (HWV.202) - no.1 from Deutsche ArienThrough the Night2015-07-0600:304:16Link
George Frideric HandelLC 150704 4/4 Handel Concerto no.2 excsRadio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0413:000:51Link
George Frideric HandelOboe Concerto in G minor HWV287Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0619:300:04Link
George Frideric HandelRadamisto - overture; 'Cara sposa' - aria from RinaldoThrough the Night2015-07-1000:304:52Link
George Frideric HandelTheodora - oratorio in 3 acts, Act 1 sc.4; As with rosy steps the morn [Irene]Breakfast2015-07-0606:302:17Link
George Frideric Handel (artist)Sonata for recorder/oboe and continuo (HWV.362) (Op.1 No.4) in A minorThrough the Night2015-07-0501:005:30Link
George GershwinLullabyEssential Classics2015-07-1009:000:33Link
George GershwinPiano Concerto in F (jazz band version arr. Grofé): 3rd movementBreakfast2015-07-0906:302:23Link
George GershwinSummertimeIn Tune2015-07-1016:301:48Link
Georges BizetRoma Symphony: 2nd mvt: Allegretto vivaceBreakfast2015-07-0706:300:34Link
Ghostpoet (artist)Shedding SkinLate Junction2015-07-0823:001:25Link
Giacomo PucciniIntermezzo from Manon Lescaut (between Acts II & III)Through the Night2015-07-1000:304:13Link
Giacomo PucciniLa Boheme: "Si. Mi chimano Mimi"Essential Classics2015-07-1009:000:57Link
Gioachino RossiniIl signor bruschino - OvertureEssential Classics2015-07-1009:000:16Link
Gioachino RossiniOverture to L'Italiana in Algeri (Italian Girl in Algiers)Through the Night2015-07-0900:302:32Link
Giovanni Antonio GuidoMovements from 'Summer' from The Four SeasonsRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:301:04Link
Giovanni Antonio GuidoMovements from 'Summer', from The Four SeasonsRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:300:51Link
Giovanni GabrieliCanzon septimi toni a 8Breakfast2015-07-0906:301:15Link
Giovanni GabrieliSonata Pian' e Forte, for brassThrough the Night2015-07-0700:303:46Link
Giovanni GabrieliSonata XIII a 8, from 'Canzone et Sonate (1615)'Through the Night2015-07-0600:300:56Link
Gisela João (artist)Mahoes e ViraWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:16Link
Gisela João (artist)Meu Amigo Está LongeWorld on 32015-07-1023:001:55Link
Giuseppe VerdiAlzira: Overture (Sinfonia)Breakfast2015-07-0706:300:01Link
Giuseppe VerdiIl Trovatore - Vedi! le fosche notturna[Anvil chorus]Breakfast2015-07-0606:301:03Link
Giuseppe VerdiRigoletto - Act 3; La Donna e mobile [Duke's song]Breakfast2015-07-0806:300:19Link
Greg RobertsA Canterbury Tale (album: Second Light)Essential Classics2015-07-0809:001:22Link
Gro Marie Svidal (artist)Halling etter BensenWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:53Link
Gustav HolstA Somerset Rhapsody, Op. 21 No. 2Breakfast2015-07-1006:300:01Link
Gustav HolstEgdon HeathAfternoon on 32015-07-0914:002:16Link
Gustav HolstThe Planets - suite Op.32Through the Night2015-07-0501:000:01Link
Gustav MahlerPiano Quartet in A minor (fragment)Essential Classics2015-07-1009:000:03Link
György LigetiPolyphonic ÉtudeWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:20Link
Hans GálSerenade for string orchestra (Op.46)Through the Night2015-07-0501:005:38Link
Harpo Marx (artist)Harpo Marx Boogie-WoogieLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:14Link
Harry Dworkin (artist)Schreechenrauf (For The Dramatic Soprano)Saturday Classics2015-07-0414:000:15Link
Haukur TómassonMagmaThrough the Night2015-07-0900:300:01Link
Hector Berlioz (artist)Le Corsaire: overtureEssential Classics2015-07-0709:000:55Link
Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber von BibernHarmonia Romana (Ms.Kremsier 1669)Through the Night2015-07-1000:302:01Link
Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber von BibernSonata X a 5 in G minorIn Tune2015-07-0616:301:55Link
Heinrich SchützAn den Wassern zu Babel; Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu dirThrough the Night2015-07-0600:300:35Link
Heinrich SchützDie mit Tränen säen, SWV.378; Saul, Saul was verfolgst du mich, SWV.415Through the Night2015-07-0600:300:50Link
Heinrich SchützFili mi, Absalon, SWV.269Through the Night2015-07-0600:300:44Link
Heinrich SchützFour Psalms (SWV.27, SWV.285, SWV.379, SWV.365)Through the Night2015-07-0600:300:01Link
Heinrich SchützHabe deine Lust an dem Herren, SWV.311Through the Night2015-07-0600:301:09Link
Heinrich SchützIch danke dem Herrn, SWV.34; Ich freu' mich des, das mir geredt ist, SWV.26Through the Night2015-07-0600:301:00Link
Heinrich SchützMeine Seele erhebt den Herren, SWV.494Through the Night2015-07-0600:301:14Link
Heitor Villa-LobosChoros No.10Essential Classics2015-07-1009:001:22Link
Heitor Villa-LobosSaudades das selvas brasilieras, no.2Breakfast2015-07-0906:301:41Link
Henri HerzPiano Concerto No.2 in C minor - 3rd mvt; RondoIn Tune2015-07-0916:301:00Link
Henri HerzPiano Concerto No.2 in C minor - 3rd mvt; RondoIn Tune2015-07-0916:301:07Link
Henry Balfour GardinerOverture to a ComedyBreakfast2015-07-0407:001:04Link
Henry EcclesSonata for double bass, continuo and stringsThrough the Night2015-07-0401:004:47Link
Hildegard von BingenO virtus Sapientie - antiphonBreakfast2015-07-0606:300:57Link
Horace TapscottNow's The TimeJazz Record Requests2015-07-0417:000:34Link
Howard GoodallShackleton's CrossIn Tune2015-07-0716:300:16Link
Howard HelveyO Lux BeatissimaBreakfast2015-07-0606:300:43Link
Howard ShoreHugo - Winding It UpSound of Cinema2015-07-0416:000:14Link
Hugo AlfvénSwedish Rhapsody No. 1, Op. 19 (Midsummer Vigil)Breakfast2015-07-0507:001:48Link
Hugo WolfUnd willst du deinen Liebsten sterben sehen? & Was fur ein LiedSaturday Classics2015-07-0414:000:49Link
Humphrey Lyttelton and His BandYoung Woman's BluesJazz Record Requests2015-07-0417:000:56Link
Ian VenablesA Kiss Op.15In Tune2015-07-1016:300:23Link
Igor Stravinsky5 Easy pieces for piano duetBreakfast2015-07-0706:302:06Link
Igor StravinskyFireworks, op.4Breakfast2015-07-0806:301:19Link
Igor StravinskyLied ohne Name for two bassoonsWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:13Link
Igor StravinskyNo.3 of Three Pieces for Solo ClarinetEssential Classics2015-07-0909:000:00Link
Igor StravinskyPetrushka (1947 version)Through the Night2015-07-1000:301:28Link
Igor StravinskyScherzo a la RusseAfternoon on 32015-07-0614:000:03Link
Imre KálmánKomm Zigany: Auch ich war einst ein feiner Csadaskavalier (Act 1)In Tune2015-07-0716:300:43Link
Isaac AlbénizCordoba; from Cantos de Espana for piano (Op.232 No.4)Through the Night2015-07-0401:004:33Link
Isaac AlbénizRapsodia espanola, Op.70Essential Classics2015-07-0709:000:41Link
Isaac AlbénizSevilla (Sevillanas) and Cataluna (Corranda)Through the Night2015-07-0401:004:38Link
Ivo ParacAndante amoroso for string quartetThrough the Night2015-07-0401:004:16Link
Ivor Gurney5 Elizabethan Songs: No.4 SleepIn Tune2015-07-0916:300:53Link
Jacobus de KerleAgnus Dei from Missa ut-re-me-fa-sol-la for 7 voicesThrough the Night2015-07-0900:304:08Link
Jacques IbertTunis-Nefra - from Escales (orig. for orchestra)Through the Night2015-07-0900:302:29Link
Jacques OffenbachTu n'es pas beau, tu n'es pas riche (La Perichole)Private Passions2015-07-0512:000:41Link
Jali Nyonkoling Kuyateh (artist)Sene GambiaIn Tune2015-07-0816:301:57Link
James HornerBicentennial Man - The Age Of MachinesSound of Cinema2015-07-0416:000:03Link
Jan Antonín Ko?eluhRondo Allegretto from Concerto for Oboe in F majorBreakfast2015-07-0407:000:22Link
Jan Dismas ZelenkaCapriccio No.5 in G majorEssential Classics2015-07-0909:001:42Link
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck6 Variations on a folk melodyThrough the Night2015-07-0700:305:07Link
Jan Pieterszoon SweelinckBeati pauperes spiritu (motet)Through the Night2015-07-0800:303:08Link
Jazz at the Philharmonic All-StarsBluesGeoffrey Smith's Jazz2015-07-0500:000:49Link
JC BachHarpsichord concerto in D major, K107 (arr. Mozart)Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0719:301:05Link
Jean SibeliusLuonnotar, Op. 70Sunday Morning2015-07-0509:000:50Link
Jean SibeliusMenuettoBreakfast2015-07-1006:301:39Link
Jean SibeliusNocturne, Op.51 No.3 (Belshazzar's Feast)Essential Classics2015-07-0909:000:10Link
Jean SibeliusViolin concerto in D minor, Op.47Afternoon on 32015-07-1014:000:15Link
Jean Sibelius (artist)Finlandia - hymn tune arr. for chamber choir (from the symphonic poem)Through the Night2015-07-0800:303:38Link
Jean-Baptiste LullyAlceste - suite; La Fete Infernale; Les DemonsBreakfast2015-07-0706:301:52Link
Jean-Baptiste LullyChaconne des Scaramouches, Trivelins et Arlequins from Le Bourgeois GentilhommeBreakfast2015-07-0606:302:02Link
Jimi HendrixHey JoePrivate Passions2015-07-0512:000:55Link
Joby Talbot. "Alice in Wonderland"In Tune2015-07-0816:301:36Link
Jocelyn MorlockExaudiThe Choir2015-07-0516:000:12Link
Johan Peter Emilius HartmannSechs Tonstucke in Liederform (Op.37)Through the Night2015-07-0700:305:24Link
Johann Adolf HasseOrgan Concerto in D majorThrough the Night2015-07-0501:004:08Link
Johann David HeinichenConcerto per l'orchestra di Dresda (S.231)Breakfast2015-07-0606:301:39Link
Johann Ernst BachMeine Seele erhebt den Herrn (motet)Through the Night2015-07-0501:005:06Link
Johann Joseph FuxRondeau a 7 for bassoon, violino piccolo, strings & bc in C majorBreakfast2015-07-1006:300:38Link
Johann Kaspar KerllExsulta satis - Offertorium for countertenor, tenor, two violins, viola and bcThrough the Night2015-07-0501:003:41Link
Johann PachelbelCanon and Gigue in D majorThrough the Night2015-07-0600:303:37Link
Johann Sebastian BachCantata BWV.118 "O Jesu Christ, mein's Lebens Licht"Through the Night2015-07-1000:303:32Link
Johann Sebastian BachCantata no. 57 BWV.57 (Selig ist der Mann) - Ja, ja, ich kann die Feinde schlagenBreakfast2015-07-0706:300:23Link
Johann Sebastian BachConcerto for 4 keyboards in A minor (BWV.1065)Through the Night2015-07-0700:303:36Link
Johann Sebastian BachDuet in A MinorSunday Morning2015-07-0509:002:56Link
Johann Sebastian BachFrench suite for keyboard no. 3 (BWV.814) in B minor, GigueBreakfast2015-07-0806:301:34Link
Johann Sebastian BachGoldberg variations (BWV.988): Variation 4Breakfast2015-07-0806:300:28Link
Johann Sebastian BachLargo ma non tanto, from Concerto for two Violins in D minor, BWV.1043Words and Music2015-07-0517:300:23Link
Johann Sebastian BachLC_070715_1of3_LSO St Lukes_Tetzlaff_Bach_Partita in D minor BWV 1004Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0713:000:04Link
Johann Sebastian BachLC_070715_2of3_LSO St Lukes_Tetzlaff_Bach_Sonata in C BWV 1005Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0713:000:31Link
Johann Sebastian BachMass in B minor BWV.232: SanctusThe Choir2015-07-0516:000:55Link
Johann Sebastian BachOrgan Trio No.3, BWV527Essential Classics2015-07-0909:000:14Link
Johann Sebastian BachPartita in E major for solo violin, BWV1006Essential Classics2015-07-0809:002:02Link
Johann Sebastian BachPrelude and fugue for organ (BWV.561) in A minorThrough the Night2015-07-0600:303:43Link
Johann Sebastian BachPrelude and fugue from Das Wohltemperierte Klavier, in C minor BWV.847Breakfast2015-07-1006:300:26Link
Johann Sebastian BachPrelude and fugue in E flat major BWV.552 (St Anne) for organ; fugueBreakfast2015-07-0806:300:21Link
Johann Sebastian BachPrelude from Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007Essential Classics2015-07-0709:001:21Link
Johann Sebastian BachSanctus from Mass in B minor, BWV.232: Part 4; Sanctus, Pleni sunt coeliBreakfast2015-07-0906:300:24Link
Johann Sebastian BachSheep may safely graze, arr. unknown for pianoIn Tune2015-07-0716:301:55Link
Johann Sebastian BachSinget dem Herr nein neues Lied, BWV225Essential Classics2015-07-0609:000:04Link
Johann Sebastian BachSonata in B minor BWV.1030 for flute and keyboardThrough the Night2015-07-0401:005:02Link
Johann Sebastian BachSonata in CRadio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0713:000:36Link
Johann Sebastian BachSonata in C BWV1005Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0713:000:47Link
Johann Sebastian BachSuite for lute in C minor, BWV.997Breakfast2015-07-0606:300:20Link
Johann Sebastian BachSuite No. 5 In C Minor Bwv.1011 For Cello SoloCD Review2015-07-0409:002:46Link
Johann Sebastian BachSuite No. 6 In D Major Bwv.1012 For Cello SoloRadio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0613:000:28Link
Johann Sebastian BachTrio sonata BWV 1038Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0619:301:04Link
Johann Sebastian BachTrio sonata BWV 1039Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0619:300:16Link
Johann Sebastian BachWell Tempered Clavier, Book 1 No.2 BWV.847; PreludeBreakfast2015-07-0906:301:57Link
Johann Sebastian Bach (artist)Suite for cello solo, No.1 in G major, (BWV.1007) arranged for violaThrough the Night2015-07-1000:305:42Link
Johann StamitzSinfonia no.4 in DIn Tune2015-07-0716:300:22Link
Johann Strauss IIDie Tauben von San Marco (French Polka) (Op.414)Breakfast2015-07-0906:301:52Link
Johann Strauss IIEgyptischer March Op.335Through the Night2015-07-0900:303:55Link
Johann Strauss IIRosen aus dem Suden - waltz (Op.388) [from "Das Spitzentuch der Konigin"]In Tune2015-07-0716:300:50Link
Johannes Bernardus van BreeAllegro for 4 string quartets in D minor (1845)Through the Night2015-07-0800:303:13Link
Johannes Brahms'Ich schwing mein Horn' from 5 Lieder, Op. 41 No 1Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:301:30Link
Johannes Brahms1st movt from Cello Sonata no. 2 in F major Op.99Breakfast2015-07-0806:301:43Link
Johannes Brahms3 Lieder, arr. for cello and pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0700:300:11Link
Johannes BrahmsClarinet Sonata No.2 In E flat, Op.120 No.2Essential Classics2015-07-1009:001:41Link
Johannes BrahmsEin Deutsches requiem Op.45: Wie lieblich sind deine WohnungenBreakfast2015-07-0706:300:46Link
Johannes BrahmsHungarian Dance No.6 in D majorEssential Classics2015-07-0809:000:00Link
Johannes BrahmsLC_080715_2of3_LSO St Lukes_Ehnes Brahms Sonata No 3 in D minor Op 108Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0813:000:32Link
Johannes BrahmsSonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108Sunday Morning2015-07-0509:002:06Link
Johannes BrahmsSymphony No. 3 in F, Op. 90: 3rd movement; Poco allegrettoBreakfast2015-07-0906:300:05Link
Johannes BrahmsThree Songs: 'Meine Liebe ist grun' (Op.63 No.5) etcThrough the Night2015-07-0700:303:28Link
Johannes OckeghemGloria from Missa L'homme armeBreakfast2015-07-0906:300:41Link
John CookeAlma prolesRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:301:12Link
John FieldNocturne No.5 in B flat majorEssential Classics2015-07-0609:000:00Link
John FouldsApril-England Op.48`1Afternoon on 32015-07-1014:000:05Link
John Hassell (artist)Griot (over 'Contagious Music')Late Junction2015-07-0823:000:29Link
John Luther AdamsCanticles of the Sky: III. Sky With Nameless ColoursHear and Now2015-07-0422:000:00Link
John Metcalfe (artist)SycamoreLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:32Link
John MundyLightly she whipped o'er the dales for 5 voices (from 'the Triumphes of Oriana')Through the Night2015-07-0700:305:03Link
John SheppardLibera nos, salva nos for 7 voicesBreakfast2015-07-0806:300:42Link
John TavenerSvyatiThe Choir2015-07-0516:001:15Link
John TavenerTwo Hymns to the Mother of GodAfternoon on 32015-07-0714:000:57Link
Jón LeifsConsolation - Intermezzo Op.66 for stringsThrough the Night2015-07-0900:301:30Link
Jón LeifsGeysir - prelude Op.51Through the Night2015-07-0900:300:49Link
Josef StraussDie Libelle (The dragonfly) - polka mazurka Op.204Breakfast2015-07-0606:300:26Link
Joseph HaydnConcerto in E flat major H.7e.1 for trumpet and orchestra: 3rd movement; FinaleBreakfast2015-07-0706:302:01Link
Joseph HaydnConcerto no. 1 in C major H.7b.1 for cello and orchestra: 3rd mvt; Allegro moltoBreakfast2015-07-1006:300:11Link
Joseph HaydnDer Sturm (The Storm) - madrigal for chorus and orchestra (H.24a.8)Through the Night2015-07-1000:304:29Link
Joseph HaydnDie Feuerbrunst: OvertureBreakfast2015-07-0906:302:11Link
Joseph HaydnMass in B flat major H.22.14 (Harmoniemesse)The Choir2015-07-0516:000:23Link
Joseph HaydnMissa in tempore belli (Hob. XXII. 9) 'Paukenmesse'Through the Night2015-07-0800:302:01Link
Joseph HaydnOverture: La vera constanzaBreakfast2015-07-0407:000:03Link
Joseph HaydnQuartet for strings (Op.55`1) in A majorThrough the Night2015-07-0501:004:19Link
Joseph HaydnSymphony no. 43 in E flat major H.1.43 (Mercury)Through the Night2015-07-0900:305:34Link
Joseph HaydnSymphony No. 92 in G 'Oxford'In Tune2015-07-0716:300:38Link
Joseph HaydnSymphony No.54 in G majorEssential Classics2015-07-1009:002:29Link
Joseph HaydnTrio for keyboard and strings (H.15.18) in A majorThrough the Night2015-07-0800:305:44Link
Joseph JongenElegie nocturnale (Tres modere) (Op.95, No.1) from 2 pieces for Piano TrioThrough the Night2015-07-0700:304:48Link
Joseph Willcox JenkinsAmerican overture for orchestraBreakfast2015-07-0407:000:54Link
Józef Wieniawski (artist)Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in G minor (Op.20)Through the Night2015-07-0501:002:32Link
Judith WeirA Blue True Dream of SkyRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:300:03Link
Jules DemerssemanConcert Fantasy for 2 flutes and piano (Op.36)Through the Night2015-07-0800:304:32Link
Jules MassenetLe Cid - ballet suite, CastillaneBreakfast2015-07-0606:300:38Link
Jules MassenetMeditation from ThaisEssential Classics2015-07-0709:001:07Link
Julio Alberto FernándezEl Primer BesoIn Tune2015-07-0716:301:02Link
Julius FucikEntry of the Gladiators, Op.68Breakfast2015-07-0806:301:08Link
Julius RöntgenTheme with variationsThrough the Night2015-07-0401:003:11Link
KaramanArabiIn Tune2015-07-1016:301:34Link
KaramanGirassolIn Tune2015-07-1016:301:44Link
KaramanOne year in LondonIn Tune2015-07-1016:301:56Link
Karl GoldmarkViolin Concerto in A minor, No.1 Op.28Essential Classics2015-07-0909:002:02Link
Karol SzymanowskiViolin Concerto No.2 (Op.61)Through the Night2015-07-0600:305:38Link
Kazi Nazrul IslamRum Jhum Rumu JhumuWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:35Link
Knut NystedtImmortal BachWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:31Link
Kurt WeillPirate Jenny (Threepenny Opera)Essential Classics2015-07-1009:001:08Link
Ladysmith Black MambazoThe Cow PassageIn Tune2015-07-1016:301:18Link
Lalon ShahBareer Kachhe ArshinogorWorld on 32015-07-1023:001:16Link
Lauteri (artist)Owijak WilczekWorld on 32015-07-1023:001:42Link
Lee WileyDeed I DoJazz Record Requests2015-07-0417:000:27Link
Léo DelibesLakme - Act 1, no.2; Sous le dome epais (Flower duet)In Tune2015-07-0916:301:16Link
Leonard BernsteinWest Side Story: Symphonic DancesEssential Classics2015-07-0709:001:30Link
Leos JanacekCelandensky (Lachian Dance no 5)Breakfast2015-07-0906:302:21Link
Leos JanacekSinfonietta: Allegretto and AndanteEssential Classics2015-07-0609:001:05Link
Lili BoulangerPsalm 24Essential Classics2015-07-0909:000:33Link
Lodewijk De VochtNaar Hoger Licht (Towards a Higher Light), symphonic poem with cello solo (1933)Through the Night2015-07-0600:304:08Link
Lorne BalfeTerminator - GenisysSound of Cinema2015-07-0416:000:54Link
Louis ArmstrongJubileeGeoffrey Smith's Jazz2015-07-0500:000:21Link
Louis Moreau GottschalkRicordati (Op.26 No.1)Through the Night2015-07-0900:304:25Link
Louis VierneMesse solennelle for choir and 2 organs (Op.16) in C # minor, Sanctus-BenedictusBreakfast2015-07-0806:301:36Link
Louise FarrencOverture No 2 op 24 in E flat majorBreakfast2015-07-0806:300:06Link
Ludwig van Beethoven6 Bagatelles, Op.126Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0519:301:24Link
Ludwig van Beethoven7 Variations on 'Bei Mannern, welche Liebe fuhlen' WoO.46 for cello and pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0700:300:01Link
Ludwig van BeethovenBagatelle (fur Elise) for piano (WoO.59) in A minorBreakfast2015-07-0606:300:34Link
Ludwig van BeethovenCello Sonata in A, Op. 69Sunday Morning2015-07-0509:000:22Link
Ludwig van BeethovenLC_080715_1of3_LSO St Lukes_Ehnes Beethoven Sonata No 10 in G Op 96Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0813:000:04Link
Ludwig van BeethovenMarcia Funebre from Symphony No 3 in E flat major, Op 55 'Eroica'Through the Night2015-07-0800:304:10Link
Ludwig van BeethovenOctet for wind (Op.103) in E flat major, 1st movement; AllegroBreakfast2015-07-0507:000:03Link
Ludwig van BeethovenPiano Concerto no. 1 in C major Op.15Afternoon on 32015-07-0614:001:42Link
Ludwig van BeethovenPiano concerto no. 4 in G major, Op.58Afternoon on 32015-07-0814:000:17Link
Ludwig van BeethovenRomance for violin and orchestra (Op.40) in G majorRadio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0713:000:52Link
Ludwig van BeethovenRomance for violin and orchestra (Op.50) in F majorBreakfast2015-07-0606:301:47Link
Ludwig van BeethovenRomance for Violin and Orchestra in G Major Op 40Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0713:000:53Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSeptet op 20 in E flat major 5th Mvt: ScherzoBreakfast2015-07-1006:301:01Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSerenade Op. 8 - AdagioThrough the Night2015-07-0501:003:37Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSonata for Violin and Piano (Op.47), 1st movement; Adagio sostenuto - prestoIn Tune2015-07-1016:301:01Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSonata in C major Op.102`1 for cello and pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0700:300:19Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSonata in E flat major Op.12 no. 3Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0913:000:04Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSonata in G major, Op.96 for violin and pianoRadio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0813:000:13Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSonata No.11 in B flat major, Op.22Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0519:300:04Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSonata No17 in D Minor "Tempest" Op31/2In Tune2015-07-0816:300:49Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSonata quasi una fantasia in C sharp minor Op.27`2 (Moonlight) for pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0600:304:41Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSymphony no. 4 (Op.60) in B flat major, 3rd movement; Allegro vivaceBreakfast2015-07-0906:301:19Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSymphony no. 5 in C minor Op.67Through the Night2015-07-0900:300:58Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSymphony no. 6 in F major Op.68 (Pastoral)BBC Performing Groups2015-07-0523:300:09Link
Ludwig van BeethovenSymphony No.7 in A major (Op.92)Through the Night2015-07-0401:002:30Link
Ludwig van BeethovenTrio for oboe, cello and piano (Op.11) in B flat majorThrough the Night2015-07-0800:302:41Link
Ludwig van BeethovenVariations on 'Ein Madchen oder Weibchen' from Mozart's Magic FluteRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0719:300:54Link
Ludwig van BeethovenViolin Sonata in A major Op.47 'Kreutzer'Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-1013:000:22Link
Luigi DenzaFuniculi, funicula arr. SchoenbergIn Tune2015-07-0716:301:59Link
Lynda Gytri (artist)Eurax PolkaWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:57Link
Maddalena Laura SirmenString Quartet no.4 in B flat majorBreakfast2015-07-0606:300:47Link
Manu Delago (artist)Two Handsful of SoundLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:38Link
Manuel de FallaJota (Siete canciones populares espanolas)Essential Classics2015-07-1009:002:56Link
Marcel PootA Cheerful overture for orchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0700:304:01Link
Marco UccelliniBergamascaThrough the Night2015-07-0600:300:30Link
Marcus Miller (artist)HylifeJazz Line-Up2015-07-0418:000:01Link
Marin MaraisDeuxieme Suite de Pieces en Trio in G minor (1692)Through the Night2015-07-1000:302:14Link
Mario Castelnuovo-TedescoConcert transcription of 'Largo al factotum' from Rossini's Barber of SevilleThrough the Night2015-07-0700:301:24Link
Mario Castelnuovo-TedescoConcerto no. 1 in D major Op.99 for guitar and orchestra: 3rd mvt; RitmicoBreakfast2015-07-0507:001:40Link
Mark MothersbaughCloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs - Introducing FlintSound of Cinema2015-07-0416:000:20Link
Martin WegeliusRondo quasi Fantasia for Piano & OrchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0800:303:40Link
Matthias Schubert QuartetImpromptu in E flat Op.90 No.2In Tune2015-07-0916:300:06Link
Maurice RavelFaure - Pavane pour une infante defunte arr. for orchestraBreakfast2015-07-0806:301:53Link
Maurice RavelLe Tombeau de Couperin: no.4; RigaudonBreakfast2015-07-0906:301:01Link
Maurice RavelSonatine (1903-05)Through the Night2015-07-1000:304:39Link
Maurice RavelUne Barque sur l'oceanThrough the Night2015-07-0501:003:13Link
Mbongwana Star (artist)NganshéLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:13Link
Mec Yek (artist)Sako DzjivesWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:11Link
Metropolitan Hilarion aka Grigory AlfeyevCome, let us sing holy laments to Christ (St Matthew Passion)Essential Classics2015-07-1009:000:42Link
Michael TorkeJavelin for orchestraBreakfast2015-07-0407:001:13Link
Mieczys?aw WeinbergConcertino Op.42 For Violin And Strings (iii)CD Review2015-07-0409:001:55Link
Mike Stern (artist)Benny Man's BluesJazz Line-Up2015-07-0418:000:14Link
Mikhail Ivanovich GlinkaAdele (song)Through the Night2015-07-0900:305:07Link
Mikhail Ivanovich GlinkaEastern Dances in the Black Sea Castle (Ruslan and Lyudmilla)Essential Classics2015-07-0609:000:23Link
Mikhail Ivanovich GlinkaOverture in DBreakfast2015-07-0606:300:01Link
Mikhail Ivanovich GlinkaSouvenir d'une nuit d'ete a Madrid for orchestra (Spanish overture no.2)Through the Night2015-07-0401:004:23Link
Miles Davis (artist)Fast TrackJazz Line-Up2015-07-0418:000:06Link
Modest Petrovich MussorgskyPictures at an Exhibition (orchestrated by Ravel)Through the Night2015-07-0401:001:09Link
Modest Petrovich MussorgskySolemn March (The Capture of Kars)Essential Classics2015-07-0609:000:00Link
Mons TaklePower of LifeSunday Morning2015-07-0509:002:41Link
Monsieur Doumani (artist)That's what The Kitten WantsLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:24Link
Morton SubotnickFrom Silver Apples of the Moon to a Sky of Cloudless Sulphur...RevisitedHear and Now2015-07-0422:000:00Link
MozartSymphony No 29 in A majorRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0719:301:21Link
MuhaReka - BBC IntroducingWorld on 32015-07-1023:001:34Link
NANCARROWStudy # 19 (canon 12:15:20), from Studies for player piano, transcribed for piano duoWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:11Link
Nasiba (artist)LazgiWorld on 32015-07-1023:001:37Link
Nat King ColeStraighten Up and Fly RightThe Choir2015-07-0516:001:27Link
Nicholas SturgeonSalve mater/Salve TemplumRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:300:35Link
Nicola Matteis (artist)L'Amore (Love)Through the Night2015-07-0501:003:02Link
Nicolas GombertMedia VitaEssential Classics2015-07-0809:000:26Link
Nicolaus BruhnsCantata: "O werter heil'ger Geist"Through the Night2015-07-0900:304:29Link
Nicolò PaganiniCaprice no. 9 (La ChasseAfternoon on 32015-07-0714:000:24Link
Nicolò PaganiniSonata for violin and guitar (Op.3`4) in A minor, 2nd mvt; AllegrettoBreakfast2015-07-0706:301:57Link
Niels Wilhelm GadeVed solnedgang (At sunset) for choir and orchestra (Op.46)Through the Night2015-07-0800:303:52Link
Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-KorsakovFantasia on Russian Themes, Op.33Essential Classics2015-07-0809:000:35Link
Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-KorsakovMlada - Procession of the noblesBreakfast2015-07-0706:301:41Link
Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-KorsakovSnow maiden - suite: Dance of the tumblersBreakfast2015-07-0606:302:06Link
Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-KorsakovSymphony No 1 - 3rd mvt Scherzo & TrioIn Tune2015-07-0816:301:48Link
Olivier Messiaen20 Regards sur l'enfant Jesus for pianoIn Tune2015-07-0616:300:20Link
Olivier Messiaen20 Regards sur l'enfant Jesus for pianoIn Tune2015-07-0616:300:32Link
Olivier MessiaenAntienne de la Conversation IntérieureWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:51Link
Olli KortekangasValimeriRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:301:47Link
Orlande de LassusO mors quam amara for 6 voices vers. [1564b]In Tune2015-07-0616:301:33Link
Orlando GibbonsFantasia a 4 (MB.48.24)Breakfast2015-07-0706:300:08Link
Orlando GibbonsO clap your handsAfternoon on 32015-07-0714:000:47Link
Ottorino RespighiGli Uccelli [The birds] - suiteBreakfast2015-07-0407:000:36Link
Pablo de SarasateIntroduction and Tarantelle, Op.43Essential Classics2015-07-0809:002:54Link
PaganiniLa Campanella from Violin Concerto no. 2 in B minor Op.7In Tune2015-07-0716:301:09Link
PartVariations for Arinushka's ConvalescenceIn Tune2015-07-0816:301:07Link
Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band (artist)Gyae SuWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:00Link
Paul GilsonSuite Nocturne, d'apres Aloysius BertrandThrough the Night2015-07-0700:304:06Link
Paul PattersonTides of ManananRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:301:37Link
Paule MauriceTableaux de Provence - 5 pieces for saxophone and orchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0900:303:11Link
Pauline Viardot-GarciaDas VogleinBreakfast2015-07-0507:001:20Link
Pelle Gudmundsen-HolmgreenMirror IIAfternoon on 32015-07-1014:000:49Link
Pelle Gudmundsen-HolmgreenSymphony, AntiphonyAfternoon on 32015-07-0814:000:51Link
Percy GraingerHandel in the StrandBreakfast2015-07-1006:300:33Link
Peter PhilipsAve Jesu Christe; Ecce vicit leoAfternoon on 32015-07-1014:001:28Link
Peteris VasksVasaraRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:300:28Link
Petko StainovA fir tree is bendingThrough the Night2015-07-0800:305:33Link
Phil Bodner (artist)I Love A ParadeGeoffrey Smith's Jazz2015-07-0500:000:03Link
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky6 Morceaux Op.19 for pianoIn Tune2015-07-0616:301:47Link
Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyExcerpts from 'The Seasons' January to JuneRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:302:06Link
Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyNocturne in C sharp minor, Op.19 No.4Essential Classics2015-07-0609:000:18Link
Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyRomeo and Juliet - fantasy overtureThrough the Night2015-07-0401:000:06Link
Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskySleeping Beauty, Act III selection of character dancesEssential Classics2015-07-0709:002:40Link
Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyThe sun has set, Op.73 No.4Breakfast2015-07-0706:300:58Link
Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyVoyevoda - Symphonic Ballad (Op.78)Through the Night2015-07-0900:304:13Link
Rabindranath TagoreAmar Shonar BanglaWorld on 32015-07-1023:000:32Link
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsA Road all paved with stars - fantasia on music from 'The Poisoned Kiss'Afternoon on 32015-07-0714:001:11Link
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsDark PastoralRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0719:302:19Link
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsSerenade to MusicEssential Classics2015-07-0809:000:05Link
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsThe Lark AscendingEssential Classics2015-07-0809:001:07Link
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsThe Wasps: OvertureBreakfast2015-07-0507:001:04Link
Randall ThompsonAlleluiaBreakfast2015-07-1006:301:45Link
Randall ThompsonAlleluia For ChorusCD Review2015-07-0409:000:15Link
René HallTwitchyJazz Record Requests2015-07-0417:000:31Link
Richard CarltonCalm was the airThrough the Night2015-07-0700:305:00Link
Richard Heacock (artist)sslevolLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:56Link
Richard RodgersSlaughter on 10th Avenue (On Your Toes)Essential Classics2015-07-1009:001:31Link
Richard StraussConcerto no. 1 in E flat major Op.11 for horn and orchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0800:305:17Link
Richard StraussDer Rosenkavalier - Final ActSaturday Classics2015-07-0414:001:53Link
Richard StraussDon Juan (Op.20) (symphonic poem)Through the Night2015-07-0800:301:42Link
Richard WagnerGotterdammerung, Act 2: Hoiho! Hoiho! Ihr Gibichsmannen, machet euch auf!Sunday Morning2015-07-0509:002:30Link
Richard WagnerOverture from TannhauserAfternoon on 32015-07-0814:000:01Link
Richard WagnerPrelude and Act III Liebestod from the opera Tristan and IsoldeThrough the Night2015-07-0600:304:57Link
Richard WagnerWesendonck-Lieder for voice and orchestraThrough the Night2015-07-0600:305:16Link
Rihards DubraAve MariaIn Tune2015-07-0716:301:17Link
Robert de ViséeCouranteWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:44Link
Robert FarnonGrandstandBreakfast2015-07-0507:001:35Link
Robert Irvine (artist)Bridging The Day For Cello And PianoIn Tune2015-07-1016:302:06Link
Robert Irvine (artist)Sonata For Cello And PianoIn Tune2015-07-1016:302:28Link
Robert Schumann'Die Lobesblume' from 6 Lieder, Op. 33 No. 3Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-1019:301:33Link
Robert SchumannAdagio and allegro for horn and piano (Op.70) in A flat majorEssential Classics2015-07-0709:001:51Link
Robert SchumannDavidsbundlertanze - 18 character-pieces Op.6 for pianoIn Tune2015-07-0616:300:08Link
Robert SchumannDer Dichter spricht from Kinderszenen Op.15Through the Night2015-07-0900:300:45Link
Robert SchumannMarchenbilder for viola and piano (Op.113)Through the Night2015-07-0401:001:42Link
Robert SchumannPiano Concerto in A minor Op.54Through the Night2015-07-0900:300:15Link
Robert SchumannSonata no. 2 in D minor Op.121 for violin and pianoRadio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-0913:000:25Link
Rodgers and HammersteinCarousel (excerpt)Essential Classics2015-07-0609:001:33Link
Roger QuilterCome away, Death from Three Shakespeare SongsBreakfast2015-07-0906:300:56Link
Rolf HindTiger's NestHear and Now2015-07-0422:000:00Link
Rolf LiebermannSuite on six Swiss folk songsThrough the Night2015-07-0600:303:04Link
Roy Smeck (artist)Laughing RagLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:04Link
Rufus Wainwright5 Shakespeare sonnetsAfternoon on 32015-07-0914:001:54Link
Ruth GippsConcerto Op.58 for horn and orchestra: 2nd mvt; ScherzoBreakfast2015-07-0906:300:18Link
Ruth Watson HendersonTwo Love Songs - 'The Passionate Shepherd to His Love'Through the Night2015-07-0600:303:16Link
Sally BeamishConcerto For Violin And OrchestraIn Tune2015-07-1016:302:20Link
Sally BeamishGod Of The Moon For Chorus And OrganIn Tune2015-07-1016:302:48Link
Sally BeamishIn The Stillness For ChorusIn Tune2015-07-1016:302:01Link
Sally BeamishShadow and SilverAfternoon on 32015-07-1014:001:19Link
Sally Beamish (artist)4 Songs of Hafez for voice and pianoComposer of the Week2015-07-0812:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Bridging the Day for cello and pianoComposer of the Week2015-07-1012:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Chamber Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and StringsComposer of the Week2015-07-0712:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Commedia (extract)Composer of the Week2015-07-0612:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Concerto (River) for cello and orchestraComposer of the Week2015-07-0812:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Concerto for violin and orchestraComposer of the Week2015-07-1012:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Concerto grosso for chamber ensembleComposer of the Week2015-07-0912:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Concerto no. 2 for viola and orchestraComposer of the Week2015-07-0812:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Gala water for solo celloComposer of the Week2015-07-0912:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Gala water for solo celloComposer of the Week2015-07-0912:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)God of the Moon for chorus and organComposer of the Week2015-07-1012:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)in dreaming for tenor and violsComposer of the Week2015-07-0712:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)In the stillness for chorusComposer of the Week2015-07-1012:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Kirschen - homage a Brahms for orchestraComposer of the Week2015-07-0712:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)No, I'm Not AfraidComposer of the Week2015-07-0612:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Opus California for string quartetComposer of the Week2015-07-0712:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Reed stanzas - quartet no. 3 for stringsComposer of the Week2015-07-0912:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Sonata for cello and pianoComposer of the Week2015-07-1012:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Symphony No. 1Composer of the Week2015-07-0612:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)The Imagined sound of sun on stone for saxophone and chamber orchestraComposer of the Week2015-07-0912:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Tuscan lullabyComposer of the Week2015-07-0612:000:00Link
Sally Beamish (artist)Whitescape for orchestraComposer of the Week2015-07-0812:000:00Link
Samuel BarberOverture to The School for ScandalSunday Morning2015-07-0509:002:48Link
Sergei Sergeyevich ProkofievCinderella no.37 Waltz Coda and no.38 MidnightIn Tune2015-07-0716:301:37Link
Sergei Sergeyevich ProkofievCinderella no.50 Amoroso (andante dolcissimo)In Tune2015-07-0716:301:51Link
Sergei Sergeyevich ProkofievKije's Wedding (Lieutenant Kije)Essential Classics2015-07-0609:000:00Link
Sergei Sergeyevich ProkofievOverture on Hebrew Themes, Op.34bEssential Classics2015-07-1009:000:48Link
Sergei Sergeyevich ProkofievPeter and the Wolf - finaleIn Tune2015-07-0816:300:58Link
Sergey Vasilievich RachmaninovAndante from Sonata in G minor Op.19 for cello and pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0700:301:18Link
Sergey Vasilievich RachmaninovNo.9 in D major from Etudes-tableaux for piano (Op.39)Through the Night2015-07-0501:005:24Link
Sergey Vasilievich RachmaninovScherzo for orchestra in D minor [1887]Words and Music2015-07-0517:300:06Link
Sergey Vasilievich RachmaninovVariations on a theme of Corelli Op.42Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0619:300:44Link
Sergey Vasilievich RachmaninovVespers - All-night vigil, Op.37Afternoon on 32015-07-0914:000:05Link
Sergey Vasilievich RachmaninovYouth SymphonyEssential Classics2015-07-1009:002:09Link
Sheikh Mesut Efendi & Anon.Ey asikan / Gonul hayranEssential Classics2015-07-0609:001:28Link
Shorkar Shah AlamAkashta Kanpchhilo KyanWorld on 32015-07-1023:001:18Link
Sir Arthur BlissAntiphonal Fanfare for Three Brass ChoirsEssential Classics2015-07-0709:000:00Link
Sir Arthur BlissFinale, from Checkmate - concert suiteBreakfast2015-07-0806:300:54Link
Sir Arthur SullivanPineapple Poll - OpeningIn Tune2015-07-0716:300:00Link
Sir Charles Villiers StanfordBeati quorum via, Op.38 No.3Essential Classics2015-07-0809:000:58Link
Sir Charles Villiers StanfordMagnificat in B flatAfternoon on 32015-07-1014:001:37Link
Sir Edward ElgarPomp and Circumstance March no.4 in G majorThrough the Night2015-07-0401:000:01Link
Sir Edward ElgarPomp and circumstance marches (Op.39), no.1 in D majorThrough the Night2015-07-1000:301:22Link
Sir Edward ElgarPomp and circumstance marches (Op.39), no.1 in D major;Afternoon on 32015-07-0814:001:21Link
Sir Edward ElgarScenes from the saga of King Olaf Op.30: As torrents in summerBreakfast2015-07-1006:302:13Link
Sir Edward ElgarSerenade for string orchestra (Op.20) in E minorThrough the Night2015-07-1000:304:01Link
Sir Edward ElgarSymphony no. 1 in A flat major Op.55Afternoon on 32015-07-0914:000:58Link
Sir Eugene GoossensConcertino for double string orchestra (Op.47)Through the Night2015-07-0401:003:46Link
Sir Hubert ParryBridal March (The Birds)Breakfast2015-07-0407:001:37Link
Sir Malcolm ArnoldThe Padstow lifeboat - march for brass band (Op.94)Breakfast2015-07-0606:301:06Link
Sir Malcolm ArnoldThree Shanties for wind quintet (Op.4)Through the Night2015-07-0800:304:14Link
Sir Michael TippettSymphony No.4 (in one movement)Through the Night2015-07-1000:300:36Link
Sir William Walton'Spitfire' prelude and fugue for orchestra - concert version [from 'The First of the Few' film music]In Tune2015-07-0616:301:07Link
Sir William WaltonHenry V - suite arr. Malcolm Sargent, Prelude (The Globe)In Tune2015-07-0916:300:21Link
Sir William WaltonMusic from Henry VRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:300:52Link
Skip JamesDevil got my womanPrivate Passions2015-07-0512:000:22Link
Soldier/LariAn Elephant's Swan SongLate Junction2015-07-0923:001:23Link
Sonny Terry (artist)Hootin' BluesGeoffrey Smith's Jazz2015-07-0500:000:06Link
Spain.TraditionalEl Cant Dels Ocells [catalonian]CD Review2015-07-0409:000:28Link
Spike Wells (artist)Siena RedJazz Record Requests2015-07-0417:000:00Link
Squarepusher (artist)KontenjazLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:57Link
Steve JablonskySteamboy - Collapse And RescueSound of Cinema2015-07-0416:000:41Link
Steve ReichClapping music for 2 musiciansIn Tune2015-07-1016:300:37Link
Steve ReichDifferent Trains - start of 'America - Before the war' (1st mvmt)Essential Classics2015-07-0909:001:05Link
Stimmhorn (artist)WududuLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:23Link
Symfonický orchester Slovenského rozhlasu (artist)Comedy OvertureEssential Classics2015-07-0709:001:25Link
Tarquinio MerulaVia Crucis; Ci Vedrem In Paradiso; CiacconaBreakfast2015-07-0906:300:01Link
Terakaft (artist)Itilla Ihene Dagh AitmaWorld on 32015-07-1023:001:26Link
Teresa CarreñoString Quartet in B minor - 3rd movement; ScherzoBreakfast2015-07-0706:301:33Link
Terry RileyOne Earth, One People, One Love (Sun Rings)Late Junction2015-07-0923:000:48Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Dirty BlondeJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:08Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Do It AgainJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:39Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Epistolary EchoesJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:33Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Gold Prisms IncorporatedJazz on 32015-07-0623:001:03Link
The Bad Plus (artist)I Hear YouJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:00Link
The Bad Plus (artist)I Hear YouJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:43Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Keep The Bugs Off The Glass And The Bears Off Your AssJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:06Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Knows The DifferenceJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:50Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Mr NowJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:01Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Self ServeJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:00Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Physical CitiesJazz on 32015-07-0623:001:18Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Self ServeJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:19Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Seven Minute MindJazz on 32015-07-0623:001:11Link
The Bad Plus (artist)UntitledJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:58Link
The Bad Plus (artist)Wolf OutJazz on 32015-07-0623:000:12Link
The Dave Brubeck QuartetFourth of JulyGeoffrey Smith's Jazz2015-07-0500:000:15Link
The Hot SardinesBei Mir Bist Du Schoen/Diga Diga DoJazz Record Requests2015-07-0417:000:07Link
The Modern Jazz QuartetSoftly As In A Morning SunriseJazz Record Requests2015-07-0417:000:12Link
Thomas ArneArne The Morning (cantata)Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0519:300:56Link
Thomas DamettBeata Dei genitrixRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:300:31Link
Thomas TallisLamentations of Jeremiah IIEssential Classics2015-07-0709:002:16Link
Thomas TallisLibera nosLate Junction2015-07-0823:001:00Link
Thomas TallisMiserere nostri for 7 voicesThe Choir2015-07-0516:000:48Link
Thomas TomkinsO praise the Lord all ye heathenAfternoon on 32015-07-0714:000:52Link
Tian-Hua LiuWonderful NightThrough the Night2015-07-0401:004:01Link
Tomaso Giovanni AlbinoniConcerto a 5 in B flat Op.9 No.1Breakfast2015-07-1006:301:14Link
Totó La Momposina y Sus Tambores (artist)MalangaLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:00Link
Trad1382 Wyclif Gen ii.7Late Junction2015-07-0723:000:59Link
TradBagpipersLate Junction2015-07-0723:001:13Link
TradDeldarLate Junction2015-07-0923:001:09Link
TradEnnayaLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:33Link
TradGhazali tal jàhri; Durme, Hermosa donzellaLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:39Link
TradImprovisation; SukhotushkaLate Junction2015-07-0723:001:05Link
TradMuneiraWorld on 32015-07-1023:001:53Link
TradNyok Dyel (The Goat)Late Junction2015-07-0723:000:08Link
TradOlyakLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:43Link
TradPopular dance of Western MongoliaLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:37Link
TradRich Man's DaughterLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:54Link
TradShalakhoLate Junction2015-07-0923:000:19Link
TradSì Dolce è'l TormentoLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:46Link
TradThe Cruel MotherLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:00Link
TradTsamerov ParLate Junction2015-07-0923:001:06Link
TradZavidochkaLate Junction2015-07-0723:001:09Link
Trad arr BridgeSir Roger de CoverleyRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0919:302:25Link
Trad. (English 15th Century)Ave rex angelorumEssential Classics2015-07-1009:000:00Link
Traditional (folksong) (artist)The Song of the birds , arr. Sally Beamish for cello soloComposer of the Week2015-07-0712:000:00Link
Traditional PeruvianImprovisation on "Folias criollas"Breakfast2015-07-1006:302:08Link
Travelling Tribes (artist)Unheard Songs of SorrowLate Junction2015-07-0723:001:19Link
Trio TradThe Laird of Drumblair - The Margaree ReelLate Junction2015-07-0723:000:05Link
Tyondai BraxtonGrackaHear and Now2015-07-0422:000:00Link
Ulla Pirttijärvi (artist)De Juoiggas (Hear The Sound Of The York)World on 32015-07-1023:000:54Link
Urban TradUpon A Summer's Day/Abbots Bromley Horn DanceLate Junction2015-07-0823:001:18Link
Veljo TormisSpring Sketches [words, Jaan Kaplinski]Through the Night2015-07-0700:304:24Link
Velvet Raindrops (artist)Scaramanga SilkLate Junction2015-07-0723:001:25Link
Victor HerbertAmerican FantasiaEssential Classics2015-07-0909:001:32Link
Vincent Chancey (artist)The Lord Is Listenin' To Ya, Hallelujah!Geoffrey Smith's Jazz2015-07-0500:000:30Link
Wilhelm Friedemann BachSinfonia in G majorBreakfast2015-07-0606:301:26Link
Wilhelm StenhammarThird movt, Andante from Piano Concerto no 1 in B flatBreakfast2015-07-0507:000:11Link
Wilhelm StenhammarThree choral songsThrough the Night2015-07-0800:303:25Link
Will ToddAlice's Adventures in Wonderland. Rollin'Breakfast2015-07-1006:301:58Link
William Basinski (artist)The Disintegration Loops dlp 1.1Essential Classics2015-07-0709:001:15Link
William Bolcom (artist)The Graceful Ghost - from 3 Ghost Rags (1971)Through the Night2015-07-1000:303:26Link
William ByrdContent is richThrough the Night2015-07-0800:303:03Link
William ByrdMass for 4 voices: Agnus DeiThe Choir2015-07-0516:001:11Link
William ByrdMass for 4 voices: GloriaThe Choir2015-07-0516:001:04Link
William ByrdMass for 4 voices: KyrieThe Choir2015-07-0516:001:01Link
William ByrdSing joyfully unto God for 6 voicesThe Choir2015-07-0516:000:01Link
William Hamilton BirdSusha myra bear (Mirror, my love)Late Junction2015-07-0823:001:04Link
William HarrisFaire is the heavenAfternoon on 32015-07-0714:000:35Link
William LawesRoyal Consort Sett no 1 in D minor. Aire, Alman and CorantBreakfast2015-07-1006:301:52Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartAdagio for violin and orchestra (K.261) in E majorThrough the Night2015-07-1000:303:45Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartAdagio in B minor, K.540Essential Classics2015-07-0709:002:31Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartAllegro to a Keyboard Concerto in G major (arr. Levin)Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0719:300:12Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartAn die Freude for voice and piano (K.53)In Tune2015-07-0916:301:33Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConcerto fragment for horn and orchestra in E flat (K.370b and K.371)Through the Night2015-07-0900:304:55Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConcerto no. 1 in B flat major K.207 for violin and orch: 3rd mvt; PrestoIn Tune2015-07-1016:300:00Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartDer Schauspieldirektor, OvertureBreakfast2015-07-1006:301:26Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartDie Zauberflote: In diesen heil'gen HallenSunday Morning2015-07-0509:000:16Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartLa Finta giardiniera - (K.196), OvertureBreakfast2015-07-0507:000:31Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartLe Nozze Di Figaro - Act 2 - FinaleSaturday Classics2015-07-0414:001:28Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartMinuets KV.315a and K.320 and Concerto K.412 1st movementIn Tune2015-07-0716:300:04Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartNehmt meinen Dank, ihr holden Gonner! K.383Breakfast2015-07-0806:301:25Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartOverture (La Clemenza di Tito)BBC Performing Groups2015-07-0523:300:02Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartOverture, 'Lucio Silla'Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0719:300:02Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartPiano Concerto No 17 in G (K453)Through the Night2015-07-1000:305:05Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartPrelude and Fugue in C, K. 394, for pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0700:304:39Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartQuartet for oboe and strings (K.370) in F major: 3rd movement; RondeauBreakfast2015-07-0706:301:13Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartQuintet for piano and wind instruments in E flat K452 - last movementRadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0719:300:43Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartQuintet in E flat major K.452 for piano, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and hornThrough the Night2015-07-0900:301:36Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartRondo alla Turca, from Sonata in A major K.331 for pianoThrough the Night2015-07-0900:303:51Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartRondo in D K.485Breakfast2015-07-0906:300:12Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartRondo in D major for piano & orchestra K.382Breakfast2015-07-0606:301:11Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartSerenade for Winds in E-flat major, K. 375Essential Classics2015-07-0909:002:35Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartSerenade in C minor, K.388Essential Classics2015-07-0609:002:40Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartSinfonia Concertante k 364, 2nd movementBreakfast2015-07-0507:001:24Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartSinfonia Concertante, K.364: I Allegro maestosoSaturday Classics2015-07-0414:000:20Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartSymphony no. 39 (K.543) in E flat major, 4th movement; FinaleIn Tune2015-07-0916:301:08Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartViolin Concerto no. 4 in D major, K.218Afternoon on 32015-07-0714:000:01Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartViolin Sonata in C major, K.296Essential Classics2015-07-0709:002:01Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartViolin Sonata in E minor K304Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert2015-07-1013:000:03Link
Wolfgang Amadeus MozartViolin Sonata in G, K.379Radio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0719:301:57Link
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (artist)Clarinet Concerto in ARadio 3 Live in Concert2015-07-0819:301:43Link
WOLKENSTEINNu rue mit sorgenWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:14Link
Wynton Marsalis SeptetLocal AnnouncementsGeoffrey Smith's Jazz2015-07-0500:000:25Link
ZARELLI (artist)Allendale CaliforniaLate Junction2015-07-0823:000:10Link
Zygmunt NoskowskiThe Highlander's Fantasy (Op.17)Through the Night2015-07-0800:304:01Link
Zygmunt NoskowskiZemsta za mur graniczny (Revenge for the Boundary Wall), Part 1Through the Night2015-07-0800:300:02Link
Zygmunt NoskowskiZemsta za mur graniczny (Revenge for the Boundary Wall), Part 2Through the Night2015-07-0800:301:01Link
Bobby Wellins Quintet (Live) | It Never Entered My MindJazz Line-Up2015-07-0418:000:20Link
Bobby Wellins Quintet (Live) | The Tartan RainbowJazz Line-Up2015-07-0418:000:34Link
BOCCACCIO, translated by DANTEWords and Music2015-07-0517:301:02Link
C. DAY LEWISWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:30Link
CARDUCCI, translated by EDWARD HENRY, Bishop of Exeter BickerstethWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:19Link
Children of the Stone by Sandy TolanMusic Matters2015-07-0412:150:34Link
CHRISTOPHER MARLOWEWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:29Link
D. H. LAWRENCEWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:01Link
Dame Fanny Waterman - "My Life in Music"Music Matters2015-07-0412:150:01Link
DEBRETT’SWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:03Link
DYLAN THOMASWords and Music2015-07-0517:301:01Link
E. E. CUMMINGSWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:10Link
ELIZABETH BISHOPWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:20Link
GRAVESWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:46Link
JOHN DONNEWords and Music2015-07-0517:301:07Link
LEONARD BACONWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:06Link
MARK JARMANWords and Music2015-07-0517:301:09Link
MARY ELIZABETH COLERIDGEWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:12Link
MATTHEW GREENWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:13Link
MIHANGEL MORGAN, translated from Welsh by MARTIN DAVISWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:37Link
PHILIP LARKINWords and Music2015-07-0517:301:13Link
PLATO, edited by TREVOR J. SAUNDERSWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:41Link
Roger Vignoles at 70Music Matters2015-07-0412:150:18Link
THEODORE ZELDINWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:22Link
TOM GUNNWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:14Link
UNKNOWN, translated by BURTON WATSONWords and Music2015-07-0517:300:00Link