with Andrew Lyle.
7.03 Purcell Why do the heathen? (Z65)
7.16 Durufle Scherzo, Op 2
7.23 Brahms Double
Concerto in A minor
8.00 The Great Thanksgiving Paul Guinery visits a Ghanaian Pentecostal church in London with the Rev Alan Walker for the third of seven programmes surveying 20th-century worship at the Eucharist.
8.30 Vaughan Williams Phantasy Quintet
8.45 Purcell 0 Lord rebuke me not (Z40)
Producer Piers Burton-Page
Writer and broadcaster
David Huckvale previews the Radio 3 week.
9.00 Artist of the Week:
Colin Davis (conductor)
Berlioz Overture: Le corsaire
9.12 Anon Instrumental piece, cl270
Concert aria: Solo e pensoso (H XXIVb 20)
Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G
9.47 Tallis Spem in alium
9.57 Beethoven Variations on "Ich denke dein"
10.03 Composers of the Week - The Golden Age of Hollywood:
Max Steiner The
Adventures of Don Juan
10.14 Gesualdo Moro lasso; Luci serene e chiare
10.22 Michael Torke
Purple (Colour Music)
Rodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez
10.58 Chabrier Trois valses romantiques
11.20 Flnzi Romance for string orchestra
Prelude and Fugue in G minor ("48", Bk
Symphony No 3 in A minor Producer Edward Blakeman
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
This week, a song written specially for the programme by Belfast composer Philip Hammond , with singer Adrian Thompson.
Producer Mark Rowlinson
Excess of Pleasure
Members of the Palladian
Ensemble and Andrew Pinnock
explore with Jonathan Swain the colourful British career of Nicola Matteis , the 17th-century violinist who came to London in about 1670.
A concert series celebrating the 150th anniversary of Faure's birth.
Raphael Oleg (violin) Kathryn Stott (piano) BBC Philharmonic, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Chabrier Suite pastorale
Faure Ballade, Op 19 Saint-Saens Danse macabre in G minor, Op 40 Chausson Poème
Ravel Tzigane; Daphnis et Chloe: Suite No 2
Given last Friday in the Free Trade Hall, Manchester
Next programme tomorrow
Sir Philip Sidney - poet, scholar and soldier - wrote that music was "the most divine striker of the senses". Christopher Page and Claire Preston discuss the life and work of a man who captured the hearts of so many and inspired countless musical outpourings.
Producer Kate Bolton
Ensemble Sonnerie perform Bach's work on period instruments. Presented by Malcolm Boyd.
Wilbert Hazelzet (flute) Paul Goodwin (oboes)
Francis Eustace (bassoon) Monica Huggett (violin)
Sarah Cunningham (viola da gamba)
Pavlo Beznosiuk (violin and viola)
Gary Cooper (harpsichord) A Floating Earth production
The image of the Cossack, galloping across the open steppe, is one of Russia's most powerful myths. Peter Conradi travels to the Don and Kuban areas of Russia, where Cossacks are once again carrying sabres in the streets and relearning the songs of their grandparents. Rpt
Lars Vogt (piano) Haydn
Piano Sonata in G
(H XVI 40) Brahms
Piano Sonata in F minor, Op 5
Last Monday's Lunchtime Concert
by Sophie Treadwell , a prolific and controversial writer whose feminist themes and innovative dramatisation brought expressionist theatre back to life.
Machinal is loosely based on the sensational murder trial of Ruth Snyder and Judd Gray and is a stinging indictment of a world which oppresses women.
Featuring most of the cast from the National Theatre production, including Fiona Shaw as the Young
Woman, John Woodvine as George H Jones and Ciaren Hinds as the Man.
Music by Stephen Warbeck Martin Allen (percussion) Tim Harries (bass) Sonia Slaney (violin) Jamie Talbot
A Catherine Bailey Limited production Rpt
Woman at bar:
To mark the centenary of the birth of Sir Malcolm
Sargent, Brian Wright introduces some of Sargent's choral recordings from the BBC archives.
Delius A Mass of Life
Heather Harper (soprano)
Yvonne Minton (contralto)
Ronald Dowd (tenor)
John Cameron (baritone) BBC Chorus and Choral
Harrow Choral Society Royal Choral Society
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Malcolm Sargent Producer Gwen Hughes.
with Anthony Burton. Building a Library
Rodney Milnes concludes his two-part Gilbert and Sullivan survey. William Mival reviews John Eliot
Gardiner's period-instrument recording of Verdi's Requiem.
David Huckvale explores new releases of film music. Revised repeat from yesterday