Humphrey Carpenter brings a new look to Saturday mornings on Radio 3. Music includes:
Chopin Berceuse in D flat, Op 57 Murray Perahia (piano)
6.25 Dvorak Song to the Moon (Rusalka)
Lesley Garrett (soprano), Philharmonia/Greenwood
7.00 Bridge Morning Song Moray Welsh (cello),
Roger Vignoles (piano)
7.55 Brahms Hungarian Dance No 5 in G minor
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
8.45 Mozart Horn Concerto No 3 in Eflat,K447
Dennis Brain , Philharmonia, conductor Herbert von Karajan Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
With Anthony Burton.
9.00 Building a Library
Patrick O'Connor compares the currently available recordings of Kurt Weill 's stage works. William Mival reviews new chamber releases, including recitals from the young horn-player David Pyatt , flautist
Emmanuel Pahud and cellist Julian
Lloyd Webber - Radio 3's current Artist of the Week - plus Brahms from the Florestan Trio and premiere recordings of Arnold Bax.
Revised repeat tomorrow 11.45pm
10.15 Record Release
Beethoven Horn Sonata in F, Op 17 David Pyatt , Martin Jones (piano)
10.29 Bax Concerto for Flute, Oboe,
Harp and String Quartet
ASMF Chamber Ensemble
10.50 Delius Sonata in One Movement
Julian Lloyd Webber (cello), Bengt Forsberg (piano)
11.05 Poulenc Flute Sonata
Emmanuel Pahud ,
Eric Le Sage (piano)
11.20 Brahms Piano Trio in B, Op 8 Florestan Trio
Producers Clive Portbury and Susan Kenyon E-MAIL: email@example.com
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Michael Berkeley 's guest this week is American writer Allan Gurganus , author of the best-selling epic novel about the American Civil War,
Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All, and, most recently, of a moving book based on his own experiences of the Aids pandemic in New York, Plays Well with Others. His musical choices range from
Bach and Chopin played by Gould and Pogorelich to the Durufle Requiem and Mahler's Kindertotenlieder.
Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow 6.30pm
Mozart String Quartet in C, K157 Beethoven String Quartet in E flat, Op 127
Repeated from Monday
Kent County Youth Orchestra
The seventh of eight programmes showcasing some of the world's best young orchestras. John Shea introduces a concert by the Kent County Youth Orchestra, with contributions from players including the leader, 20-year-old
Dominic Griffiths , who faces the challenging role of Strauss's wife in his Hero's Life.
Conductor Stephen Barlow , Robert Cohen (cello)
Eigar Cello Concerto in E minor Strauss Ein Heldenleben
Producer David Gallagher
Chris Wines introduces the first of three concerts by the Takacs Quartet featuring music by Brahms, given at last year's Cheltenham Festival. Boris Berezovsky (piano)
Brahms String Quartet No 1 in C minor, Op 51 No 1
Webern Six Bagatelles, Op 9
Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Op 34
With Geoffrey Smith. Producer Alan Hall Discs
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Concluding the series in which Michael Pointon considers the achievements of Preservation Hall in New Orleans, established in 1961 as a lifeline for traditional jazz and jazz musicians.
6: Sing On. As the second generation of New Orleans musicians dies out, the hall has to adjust.
Meanwhile, mass tourism is a threat, and R 'n' B and modern jazz flourish. But Preservation Hall goes on, passing the torch to younger musicians who uphold the tradition in their own way. Producer David Perry
Repeated Friday 11.30pm
Berlioz, transcr Liszt Symphonie Fantastique Repeat
See also Thursday 11am and 7.30pm
Uve from the Met: Stiffelio
From the Metropolitan Opera House, New York.
Placido Domingo takes the title role in one of Verdi's lesser-known operas. The plot centres around a Protestant pastor, his adulterous wife and his eventual forgiveness of her. Sung in Italian.
Chorus and Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera, conductor James Levine
8.25 Book of the Month
An extended review of one of the month's most interesting new publications. In The Deregulated Muse, poet Sean O'Brien surveys contemporary English and Irish poetry, including the quarrels, achievements and influences of figures such as Larkin and Hughes.
8.50 Act 2
9.20 The Met Opera Quiz
Thor Eckert Jr puts the questions to Johanna Fiedler , Francis Rizzo and William Weaver.
9.45 Act 3
Jeremy Sams explores the history of priests in opera - using Stiffelio as his starting point - on Monday at 4pm
As our private and public experiences and our work and entertainment are re-shaped by the internet and the remote control, Michael Kustow asks if live theatre will survive and what we would lose if it did not. In the digital age ahead, will Dionysus, god of theatre and wine, stand up to the mighty computer mouse?
In the first of five programmes, In
Our Nature?, he asks actors, writers and directors whether the instinct to make or enjoy theatre is rooted in our nature. With Peter Brook.
Alan Ayckbourn , Sir Peter Hall , Deborah Warner , Fiona Shaw ,
Simon McBurney , Mark Ravenhill and Robert Lepage.
Producer Ronit Knoble
Philip Pickett and members of the New London Consort perform early music of many styles.
In the first of a new weekly series, Jez Nelson introduces a concert and interview with drummer Max
Roach, and a feature on New York's
Small Club, which is at the forefront of new developments in jazz. In the first of a series of features called
Landmarks, writer Richard Williams pays tribute to the style and philosophy of Miles Davis , whose classic Milestones LP was recorded
40 years ago this weekend.
And jazz critic John Fordham and trumpeter Guy Barker review the week's new releases.
Producers Lyn Champion and Steve Shepherd
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conductor Lorin Maazel
Mahler Symphony No 5
Mozart Symphony No 40 in G minor, K550
3.00 Schubert String Quartet No 15 in G, D887
4.10 Alexine Louie Songs of Paradise Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra/Kazuhiro Koizumi
4.30 Mozart Piano Sonata in A, K331 Young-Lan Han
5.00 Glazunov Chant du Menestrel
Shauna Rolston (cello), Calgary Philharmonic, conductor Mario Bemardi
5.05 Anon Sommer und Winter;
Maienzeit; Volez Voz que Je Voz Chante?; Owe
Summerzit Les Menestruels
5.15 Vierne Piano Quintet in C minor, Op 42
Montreal Chamber Group