Paul Guinery introduces music to reflect the events of Holy Week, including the stirring incidental music to a drama by Grand Duke Konstantin. Glazunov The King of the Jews (Introduction.... Act 2) Moscow Cappella,
Moscow Symphony Orchestra, conductor Igor Golovshin
7.30 Bach Church Cantatas:
Bach Cantata No 182:
Himmelskonig, Sei Willkommen Lynette Alcantara (mezzo), Ian Kennedy (tenor),
Brindley Sherratt (baritone), Rachel Brown (flute), Micaela Comberti
(solo violin), BBC Singers, John Toll (organ), Orchestra of St James , conductor Stephen Cleobury
8.00 Glazunov King of the Jews (Entr'acte.... Act 3, Scene 1)
Moscow Symphony Orchestra, conductor Igor Golovshin
8.10 Fernando de Almeida Incipit Lamentatio Jeremiae Prophetae A Capella Portuguesa, conductor Owen Rees
8.25 Glazunov King of the Jews (Act 3, Entr'acte.... Psalm of the Believers) Moscow Cappella,
Moscow Symphony Orchestra, conductor Igor Golovshin Producer Antony Pitts
Writer and musician Richard Coles joins Sandy Burnett to preview the Radio 3 week.
Featuring a performance of Stainer's Passiontide oratorio conducted by Brian Kay.
Vivaldi Concerto in C, RV114
Ensemble 415, director Chiara Banchini
9.10 Svend Schultz Four Choral Songs Danish National Radio Choir, conductor Stefan Parkman
9.20 Artists of the Week:
St Paul Chamber Orchestra
Hoist St Paul's Suite
Conductor Christopher Hogwood
9.33 Rachmaninov Mélodie, Op 3 No 3; Polichinelle, Op 3 No 4 Kathryn Stott (piano)
9.42 Handel Symphony; Dead March (Saul)
Vienna Concentus Musicus, director Nikolaus Harnoncourt
9.54 Sibelius Andante Festivo
Oslo Philharmonic, conductor Mariss Jansons
10.04 Debussy, orch Stokowski Soirée dans
Grenade Philharmonia , conductor Geoffrey Simon
10.21 Strauss Divertimento after
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
10.35 Alkan Le Festin d'Esope Jack Gibbons (piano)
10.45 Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 2 Montreal SO, conductor Charles Dutoit
10.56 Composer of the Week:
Mozart Epistle Sonata in C, K329 Ian Watson (organ),
Classical Orchestra of the King's Consort, director Robert King
11.01 Stainer The Crucifixion
Martyn Hill (tenor), Michael George (bass), BBC Singers, Leith Hill
Festival Singers, Margaret Philips (organ), conductor Brian Kay Producer Piers Burton-Page E-MAIL: email@example.com
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
Pianist Roger Vignoles talks to
Gordon Stewart about his favourite
Producer Adam Gatehouse
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Conductor Mark Wigglesworth , Katarina Karneus (mezzo)
BBC National Chorus of Wales, Philharmonia Chorus
Britten Sinfonia da Requiem
Mahler Lieder eines Fahrenden
Ravel Daphnis and Chloe
Poet Tom Paulin recalls his student days in the sixties.
The second of seven programmes in which Harry Christophers conducts soloists from the Sixteen and principals from the Symphony of Harmony and Invention in Membra Jesu Nostri by Buxtehude. Ad Genua is preceded by Alan Howard reading John Donne 's This Is My Playe's 's Last Scene.
Next programme tomorrow 10.15pm
Decorum, Etiquette and Morality
The second in a monthly series on the history of dance. Jeremy Barlow and George Pratt discuss how people were expected to behave on the dance floor during the Middle Ages and Renaissance; how dance involved courtship; and how it was condemned by the Church. Including medieval dances and music by Locke , Purcell and Weber. Producer Kate Bolton
From the Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge.
Hymn: All Glory Laud and Honour
Readings: Psalm 69, wl-3, 9-20; The Agonie (George Herbert ) Gospel: Mark 14, w32-50
Emendemus in Melius (Byrd)
Jesu, Grant Me This (Robinson) Tristis Est Anima Mea (Lassus)
Hymn: My Song Is Love Unknown
Readings: Isaiah 53, wl-7; And He Answered Them Nothing (Richard Crashaw )
Gospel: Matthew 27, wll-26 Salve Regina (Poulenc)
Behold My Servant (Bernard Naylor ) Drop, Drop, Slow Tears (Leighton)
Hymn: When I Survey the Wondrous Cross
Reading from The Pilgrim's Progress (John Bunyan )
Gospel: John 19, wl6-42
Mein Gott , Warum Hast Du Mich
Organ Voluntary: Choral Prelude "0
Mensch, Bewein Dein Sunde Gross",
Director of music Christopher Robinson. Organ student Peter Davis.
In 1963, Lenny Bruce was the most notorious comedian in America, by 1965 he was bankrupt, and a year later he was dead. Without him, we would not have had Richard Pryor ,
Robin Williams or Bill Hicks. Charles Shaar Murray examines Bruce's career, with excerpts from his performances and contributions from comedian
Steve Allen , satirist Paul Krassner and jazz musician Jack Sheldon. Producer Steven Shepherd
Beethoven Sonata in F, Op 54 Stravinsky Serenade in A
Debussy Preludes (Book 1, selection) Last Monday's BBC Lunchtime Concert
Old Testament prophecies of the coming of the Messiah open Handel's masterpiece, which follows God's plan of salvation through the Gospel accounts of Christ's life, death,
Resurrection and Ascension to its fulfilment in the Book of Revelation.
Brian Wright introduces the Foundling Hospital version in which a second soprano sings the aria But Who May Abide the Day of His Coming.
Deborah York and Lynne Dawson
(sopranos), Ruby Philogene (mezzo), Charles Daniels (tenor), Neal Davies (baritone), Gabrieli Consort and Players, director Paul McCreesh Producer Antony Pitts
By Edward Thomas.
In the derelict shell of their burnt-out house, a husband and wife swap memories while a mysterious drifter lurks on the hillside. Love is strange.
Music by Gareth Whittock Director Alison Hindell
With Jan Fairley. 3:
Catalunya Lluis Llach , who grew up in Verges, was a founding member of the nova canco movement during the Franco years. His songs were banned, and he was exiled. Today he lives in the village of Porrera, and his lyrical music is still political and immensely popular.
Building a Library
Revised repeat from yesterday 9.00am
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Verdi / Lombardi
Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra/ Lamberto Gardelli
3.30 Ronan O'Hora (piano),
Portuguese SO/George Hurst Schubert Incidental music:
Rosamunde Schumann Symphony No 4 in D minor Brahms Piano
Concerto No 2 in B flat
de Cesare (tenor)