Paul Guinery celebrates the Feast of All Saints. Including excerpts from
Strauss's Divertimento after Francois Couperin performed by the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra at 7.08, 7.33,
8.18 and 8.40, and Byrd's Gradualia of 1605 performed by the Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers , at
7.00, 7.30 and 8.36.
7.18 Bloch Nigun (Baal Shem) Maxim Vengerov (violin), Itamar Goian (piano)
7.26 Thomas Lupo Fantasia a 4 No 8 English Fantasy
7.41 Victoria 0 Quam Gloriosum Choir of St John's College,
Cambridge, conductor George Guest
7.44 Daniel Jones Dance Fantasy BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Nicholas Cleobury
7.52 Krebs In Allen Meinen Taten
Michael Laird (trumpet), Peter Hurford (organ)
7.55 Krebs Fantasia No 1 in F
Neil Black (oboe), Peter Hurford (organ)
8.00 Bach Cantata No 163: Nur
Jedem das Seine
Els Bongers (soprano), Elisabeth Magnus (contralto), Paul Agnew (tenor), Klaus Mertens (bass), Amsterdam Baroque Choir and Orchestra, director Ton Koopman
8.29 Anon Mariam , Matrem; Beata
Viscera (Libre Vermeil)
La Fontegara Amsterdam Producer Claire Rogers
Fiona Talkington and chairman of the Royal Opera House Lord Chadlington preview the Radio 3 week. Producer Liz Mundler
Sargent An Impression on a Windy Day BBC Philharmonic, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
9.17 Telemann Concerto in D minor for Two Chalumeaux
Colin Lawson and Michael Harris
(chalumeaux), Collegium Musicum 90, director Simon Standage
9.29 Poulenc Two Marches and an Intermezzo French National
Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
9.35 Artists of the Week: Hausmusik
Mendelssohn Octet in E flat, Op 20 (Scherzo)
9.41 Barbirolli Elizabethan Suite
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
9.53 Vivaldi Gloria in D, RV589 (1st and 2nd mvts) Christ Church
Cathedral Choir, Hanover Band, conductor Stephen Darlington
10.01 Bellini Oboe Concerto
Roger Lord , Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
10.09 Madeline Dring Moto
Perpetuo; American Dance; Jig Leigh Kaplan (piano)
10.16 Klemperer Merry Waltz Philharmonia, conducted by the Composer
10.24 Ravel String Quartet in F Quartetto Italiano
10.54 Honegger Pacific 231 Toulouse Capitole Orchestra, conductor Michel Plasson
11.02 Josquin Pater Noster; Ave Maria The King's Singers
11.10 Faure Suite: Pelleas et
Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
11.28 York Bowen Berceuse , Op 83; Moto Perpetuo, Op 39 No 3 Stephen Hough (piano)
11.35 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F
New London Consort, director Philip Pickett
11.50 Composer of the Week:
Vaughan Williams Suite: Flos Campi Christopher Balmer (viola), Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley Producer Brian Jackson
Ivan Hewett looks at rough music, the rude cacophony used by 17th-century communities to ostracise an offending individual; and differing ways of interpreting Schubert's Winterreise.
Producer Tony Sellors. Repeated tomorrow 4pm. See also Tuesday 7.30pm
The Religious Life. On All Souls' Day, Gordon Stewart looks out songs representing Schubert's religious thoughts, including the famous Litanei. Producer Adam Gatehouse
Colchester Institute v Goldsmiths
College, London.. Tommy Pearson introduces two teams competing for the last place in the semi-final of Radio 3's intervarsity music quiz. This heat takes place in the Swinburne Hall of Colchester institute.
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
From Broadcasting House, Glasgow, introduced by Geoffrey Baskerville.
Conductor Osmo Vanska , Philip Dukes (viola)
Rautavaara Cantus Arcticus
(Concerto for Birds and Orchestra) Thomas Wilson Viola Concerto
2.25 The Forgotten Founder
Kirsteen McCue profiles conductor and composer Ian Whyte (1901-60), who founded the BBC Scottish
Symphony Orchestra in 1935. 2.45 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor (Pathetique)
Beaumarchais's immortal Rgaro trilogy inspired operas by Mozart,
Paisiello and Rossini, among others, and he was also a composer, harp teacher, clock-maker, spy and gunrunner. Michelene Wandor and Roger Savage look at Beaumarchais's colourful career and the influence of his writing on musical drama. Producer Kate Bolton
Gerald Finley (bass) and Geoffrey Govier (fortepiano) perform Schubert's final song collection, published five months after his death.
SOUNDING THE CENTURY
1922 was the annus mirabilis of literary modernism - the year in which James Joyce 's Ulysses, TS Eliot 's
The Waste Land and Virginia Woolf's early experimental novel Jacob's Room were all first published.
Seventy-five years on, Valentine Cunningham reconsiders the meaning of modernism. He explores the origins of these works in the aftermath of the First World War with writers
Martin Amis , Michele Roberts and David Lodge.
Producer Rob Ketteridge
Michael Berkeley 's guest this week is American writer Edmund White. Repeated from yesterday 12 noon
Johannes Brahms spent 11 years composing A German Requiem, the death of his mother in 1865 inspiring its completion three years later. This is not a conventional setting of the Requiem mass but settings of texts selected by Brahms from the Lutheran Bible. Brian Wright introduces a performance given in July at St David's Hall, Cardiff.
Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem
Solveig Kringelborn (soprano), Bryn Terfel (baritone),
Cleveland Chorus. BBC National
Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Richard Hickox
By Robert Holman.
Lilith has a son she has never seen.
She has spent 40 years hoping he might just appear. Then a strange girl, a semi-delinquent boy and a middle-aged magistrate turn up on her doorstep. They all seem to want something of her.
Director Hilary Norrish
Music for the Bride
In the second of two programmes, Veronica Doubleday introduces wedding songs, processions and marriage rituals.
Building a Library
Revised repeat from yesterday 9am
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Choral Concert. Bach Cantata
No 106: Gottes Zeit 1st die
Allerbeste Zeit Schutz Musicalisches
Exequien (selection) Astrid Werner and Gertrud Gunther (sopranos), Martin Wolfel (alto),
Markus Brutscher and Michael Schaffrath
(tenors), Andreas Japel and Dirk Dobrich (basses), Dresden Chamber Chorus and Alte Musik, Leipzig
Collegium Wind Ensemble, conductor Hans-Christoph Rademann
1.55 Piano Trios Jess Trio Haydn
Piano Trio in G, H XV 25 Beethoven
Piano Trio in C minor. Op 1 No 3
Schubert Piano Trio in B flat, D898
3.30 Berlioz Overture: Roman
Carnival Paganini Violin Concerto No 1 in D Franck Symphony in D minor Monte Carlo Philharmonic/Gunter Neuhold, Tedi Papavrami (violin)