With Richard Osborne.
Wagner Prelude: Act 1 (Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg)
London Classical Players, conductor Roger Norrington
7.12 Richard Davy In honore summae matris
The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers
7.29 Verdi String Quartet in E minor
7.54 Trad 'Tis the last rose of summer; Girls, have you seen George?; Fly not yet
8.02 Schubert Symphony No 9 in C (Great)
Berlin PO/Giinter Wand
Strauss's Salome by Rodney Milnes. Jonathan Keates on new releases of keyboard works by J S Bach and his son Wilhelm Friedemann , including
Christophe Rousset 's recording of the Goldberg Variations.
Revised repeat tomorrow 10.30pm
10.15 Record Release
J S Bach Fantasia and Fugue in G minor (BWV 542)
Ton Koopman (organ)
10.29 J S Bach Chorale
Prelude: 0 Lamm Gottes unschuldig (BWV 656) Ton Koopman (organ)
Chorale: 0 Lamm Gottes unschuldig (BWV 401)
Amsterdam Baroque Choir, conductor Ton Koopman
10.42 J S Bach Prelude and Fugue in E flat
(St Anne) (BWV 552) Douglas Amrine
10.59 W F Bach Keyboard Concerto in D (F41)
Richard Egarr (harpsichord) London Baroque, conductor Charles Medlam
Record producer Andrew Keener talks to Richard
Osborne about his restoration of a 1968 Jacqueline du Pre recording of Strauss's Don Quixote. Producers Clive Portbury and Patrick Lambert Discs
Michael Berkeley meets writer and historian Noel
Annan, one of the architects of the postwar reconstruction of Germany. His choices range from Purcell and Bach to
Mozart, Schubert and Tchalkovsky.
A Classic Arts production
Leslie Forbes's eight-part exploration of the old spice routes of India.
7: Layers of Influence Rpt
William Kapell Remembered In the second of three programmes recalling the American pianist, Annette Morreau introduces rare performances with viola player William Primrose and unreleased archive recordings of Schubert lieder with Maria Stader.
Rachmanlnov Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Brahms Viola Sonata in F minor, Op 120 No 1 Schubert Impromptu in A flat (D935 No 2)
Im Fruhling; Du bist de Ruh; Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt; Die Forelle
Concerto No 2 in C minor
A Morreau production
In the second of six programmes,
Anna Markland introduces cellist
Betsy Taylor and pianist
Steven Osborne in works by Debussy, Rachmaninov and John Casken , the Quartz Saxophone Quartet playing Handel, Richard Rodney Bennett and Francalx, and the Lithuanian pianist Polina Chersonskaya in Beethoven's Sonata in D,
Op 10 No 3.
During the interval, Andrew Sparling asks if specialisation can enhance a pianist's career.
Given last month in the National
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From the foyer of the Queen
Elizabeth Hall ,
Geoffrey Smith presents a special selection of celebrity and listeners' requests as part of the London International
Producer Alan Hall Discs ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW
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Presented by Ivan Hewett. This week, a new production of Hlndemrth's s opera Mathis der Maler at the Royal Opera House,
London; the musical taste of Bonnie Prince Charlie ; and the growth of jazz courses at music colleges. Producer Anthony Sellors
Repeated tomorrow at 12.15pm
The last of Rossini's operas composed for
Naples is a tale of war, intrigue and regal deceit on the island of Lesbos, in two acts, written in 1822. This performance was given during the summer at the festival in Rossini's birthplace, Pesaro. Sung in Italian.
Chorus and Orchestra of the Teatro Communale, Bologna, conductor Roger Norrington
Zelmira, Princess of Lesbos:
Ho, her husband:
Polidoro, her father:
Emma, her maidservant:
Antenore, pretender to the throne of Mytilene:
Leucippo, his friend:
Eacide, llo's friend:
Transformations in British
In the last of six Radio 3/ RSA lectures given before an invited audience at the Royal Society of Arts, West Indian born British writer
Caryl Phillips talks about "other voices" in British literature.
Producer Beaty Rubens
Brian Morton introduces a specially recorded session featuring musicians appearing at the festival, including Dangerous
Kitchen, bass player Barry Guy and saxophonist Mats Gustafsson. There is music on disc from composer and saxophonist Barbara Thompson , the Art
Ensemble of Chicago, the Moscow Art Trio and saxophonist Wayne Shorter. Producer Derek Drescher See also Friday 7.30pm Followed by: 12.30-1.00am
Mel Hill traces the part played by jazz in the evolution of Frank Sinatra 's highly distinctive vocal style. In the third of four programmes, he examines Frank Sinatra 's fruitful relationship with arranger and conductor Nelson
Riddle. Plus the beginning of a long association with Harry "Sweets" Edison, whose muted trumpet added a distinctive flavour to many of Sinatra's records.