with Andrew McGregor ,
7.05 Balakirev Overture on Three Russian Themes
7.14 Handel Handbook:
Handel Trio Sonata in E flat
7.40 Beethoven Cello
Sonata in D, Op 102 No 2
8.05 Arnold Overture: The
8.17 Arensky Suite No 4, Op 62
8.38 Haydn Symphony No 85 in B flat (La reine) Discs
Presented by Michael Berkeley.
Lennox Berkeley String Trio Nash Ensemble
Michael Berkeley Keening John Harle (saxophone) John Lenehan (piano) Pere du doux repos (Speaking Silence)
Henry Herford (baritone) Flighting
Emma Johnson (clarinet) Lennox Berkeley Symphony No 3
from Glasgow with Mary Miller , including
Schubert String Quartet in D minor (D810) (Death and the Maiden)
10.40 Glazunov Saxophone Concerto
10.55 Stradella San
Giovanni Battista (excerpt)
11.10 Artist of the Week:
Richard Goode (piano)
Schubert Introduction and Variations in E minor (D802)
Cardinal Basil Hume with the Roman Catholic
Bishops of England and Wales. The Cathedral Choir is joined by members of the choirs of Westminster
Abbey and St Paul's Cathedral and the Orchestra of Westminster
Cathedral. Introduced by Father Cormac Rigby.
Introit: I was glad (Parry)
Coronation Mass (Mozart)
First Reading: 1 Kings 8, w 22-23 and w 27-30
Psalm 67 (Colin Mawby ) (first broadcast, commissioned for this service)
Second Reading: 1
Corinthians 3, w 9-11 and w 16-17
Alleluia: Tu es petrus (Gregorian chant)
Matthew 16, w 13-19
Homily: The Most Rev
Derek Worlock , Archbishop of Liverpool
Offertory: How lovely are Thy dwellings (Brahms) Communion: Ave lesu
Te Deum (Gregorian chant) Organ Voluntary:
Improvisation on the Te
Deum (Tournemire, transcr Durufle)
Conductor James O'Donnell
Organist Martin Neary , Joseph Cullen and John Scott
/ Capuleti ed i Montecchi Bellini 's version of the Romeo and Juliet story, composed in just six weeks in 1830. Chorus of the Grand Theatre
Suisse Romande Orchestra/ Bruno Campanella
with American soprano Barbara Bonney.
Producer Susan Kenyon
with Bruno Giuranna (viola). Britten Phantasy Quintet Mozart String Quintet in D (K593)
Brahms String Quintet in G, Op 111 Rpt
It's a Record 95
The schools and colleges present their finished music and videos. With
with Geraint Lewis. A special edition from Cardiff begins an evening celebrating the musical life of Wales as part of Radio 3's Year of British Music and Culture. Including
5.40 Mathias Oboe
6.30 Hoddinott Star
Producer Gwawr Owen
Presented by Nicola Heywood -Thomas. Margaret Price
A recital of German song given by the Welsh soprano recorded at Nimbus Concert
Hall, with Thomas Dewey (piano).
Schumann Liederkreis, Op 39
Hugh Canning explores Wales's reputation for producing great singers.
8.15 Strauss An die Nacht; Traum durch die
Dammerung: Heimliche Aufforderung: Die Nacht; Standchen
Wolf Funf Lieder nach
Texten von Goethe
The first of five portraits of the younger generation of Welsh composers.
Pwyll ap Sion is one of the featured composers at this year's Vale of Glamorgan Festival.
John Evans narrates the early correspondence between Benjamin Britten and Grace Williams.
A portrait of Charlie Barber , long established as one of Wales's most exciting and prolific contemporary composers.
Robert Crawshay employed house composers to arrange contemporary
European music for a band of cornets, keyed bugles and ophicleides.
Beti George visits the Cyfarthfa Castle Museum in Merthyr Tydfil to discover the music and instruments, which are played by the Wallace Collection.
work encompasses different styles from jazz to electro-acoustic music.
Chris Page investigates the story of a unique illuminated plainsong manuscript dating from the 12th century.
John Hardy has composed extensively for Welsh theatre and television.
Late-night live conversation with Christopher Cook. Producer Anthony Denselow Followed by Welsh Composers
Paula Gardiner. whose music combines influences as disparate as Bach and Charlie Parker.
conductor Tadaaki Otaka
BBC Welsh Chorus
Repeated tomorrow 12 noon
Evening producers Gwawr Owen , Gwyn Williams and Gautam Rangarajan