With Jonathan Swain.
Steiner Overture: King Kong Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, conductor John Mauceri
7.07 Poulenc Oboe Sonata
Francois Leleux (oboe)
Emmanuel Strosser (piano)
7.23 Vivaldi Concerto in E flat (RV253) (La tempesta di mare)
Enrico Onofri (violin) II Giardino Armonico , director Giovanni Antonini
7.32 Vaughan Williams
Three Shakespeare Songs Holst Singers, conductor Stephen Layton
7.39 Brahms Cello Sonata in E minor, Op 38
Anner Bylsma (cello) Lambert Orkis (piano)
8.07 Alfonso X (El Sablo) Cantigas de Santa Maria Ensemble Unicorn, Vienna
8.25 Schumann Piano
Concerto in A minor
Helene Grimaud (piano)
German SO/David Zinman
Solemnis by John
Wigmore on new releases of classical chamber music.
Revised repeat tomorrow 11.15pm
Haydn String Quartet in E flat, Op 33 No 2 (Joke) Lindsay Quartet
10.37 Spohr Septet in A minor, Op 147
Pascal Roge (piano) Chantal Juillet (violin)
Christopher van Kampen (cello)
Philippa Davies (flute)
Michael Collins (clarinet) Robin O'Neill (bassoon) Richard Watkins (horn)
Patrick O'Connor reports on reissues of great French popular singers from the thirties- including
Tino Rossi , Jean Sablon , Charles Trenet and Yvonne
Printemps - on ASV's Living Era series and Pearl's
Producers Clive Portbury and Patrick Lambert Discs
Actress Sian Phillips reveals her musical tastes to Michael Berkeley. Vocal music features strongly among her choices, which include Gershwin's Porgy and Bess, Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro,
Bernstein's Candide and Pergolesi's Stabat Mater. A Ladbroke Radio production
Archaeologist Andrew Jones reaches the end of his series of digs this week as bronze cosmetic kits for pampered Roman ladies are uncovered from the remains of Caerwent, the impressive Roman capital of Wales.
Kirsteen McCue introduces two contrasting groups from last year's Aberdeen
International Youth Festival.
Victory March Bizarre
Edward McGuire Scirocco
Bedford Sun Paints
Rainbows on the Vast Waves
John Barnes Chance
Incantation and Dance
Vaughan Williams English Folk Song Suite
A J Potter Finnegan 's Wake Irish Youth Wind Ensemble, conductor James Cavanagh Michael Norris Waltz for strings
Dvorak Serenade in E for strings
Netherlands Youth String Orchestra/Roland Kieft Producer David McGuinness
The first of two concerts this weekend given last spring in Harewood House, Yorkshire, and introduced by the Earl of Harewood himself.
Ernst Kovacic (violin)
David Owen Norris (piano) Ravel Violin Sonata
Brahms Violin Sonata in A, Op 100
Kreisler Praeludium and Allegro in the style of Pugnani; Liebesleid; Gypsy Romance; Tambourin chinois; Syncopation;
Berceuse romantique; La gitana; Chanson Louis XIII and Pavane in the style of Couperin; La Chasse in the style ofCartier; Old German Shepherd's Madrigal;
Marche miniature viennoise
Given last March
A Philip Titcombe production
Next programme tomorrow 3.30pm
Rossini, arr F Berr Wind Quartet No 1 in F Nash Ensemble
The first of Rossini's String Sonatas, arranged by German clarinettist
Geoffrey Smith introduces tracks chosen by listeners across the country. Producer Alan Hall Discs ADDRESS:
Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3,
Broadcasting House, London W1A 4WW
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Ivan Hewett and guests discuss the current issues in music. This week, a ' preview of a major exhibition focusing on the work of impresario Sergei Diaghilev , creator of the Ballets
Russes, and the world theatre premiere of Virtuoso, about British pianist John Ogdon. Plus an update on the Arts Council's recent allocation of funds. Producer Jessica Isaacs
Repeated tomorrow 12.15pm
I Rossini's comedy about the exploits of Figaro, opera's favourite barber, whose tricks and travails help his master secure the hand of the fair
Rosina. The work is based on the first part of the Figaro trilogy by Beaumarchais, which also provided the source for operas by Mozart and Milhaud. Sung in Italian.
Chorus and Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera, conductor Adam Fischer
8.05 The Met Open Quiz
8.35 Act 2
Texaco supports the Metropolitan Opera Radio Network, which is broadcast on R3 through the EBU
With Michael Rosen.
This month, Scottish poet
Robert Crawford talks about his collection Masculinity, and American Mark Doty reads his latest work. Producer Fiona McLean
Alyn Shipton introduces highlights of two sets recorded at Ronnie Scott's club in London last summer.
Saxophonist and flautist James Moody was joined by a British rhythm section: John Critchinson (piano), Andy Kleyndirt (bass) and Mark Retcher (drums).
Pianist Cedar Walton brought his own quartet from America: Vincent Herring (saxophones), David Williams (bass) and Billy Higgins (drums).
Between the sets, Cedar Walton talks about his earlier work with J J Johnson, Art Farmer and Art Blakey.
Producer Derek Drescher