With Edward Seckerson.
6.05 Mendetssohn Overture; Tne
Fa;r Me<us<ne London Symphony
Orchestra, conductor C!aud!o Abbado
7.37 Mozart Symphony Mo 35 <n D, K385 (Haffner)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra. conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste
8.03 Schubert Marcne Mthtatre f'n D. D733 No 1 Maicoim BUson and Robert Levin (fortep!ano duet)
8.07 Debussy Gigues images) London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andre Previn
8.35 Resptgh) 7ne Founta/ns of Rome Phi!ade!phia Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Mut !
Producer Pau! H!ndmarsh
W!th Andrew McGregor , who introduces some of the month's newest releases. Peter Paul Nash reviews some new recordings of music by Zemlinsky, Komgotd, Ets)er, Berg and Webem.
10.00 An interview with Tom
Deacon, the driving force behind the Philips series Great Pianists of the 20th Century.
Radio 3 Disc of of the Week
Gluck Armide (excerpt)
Chorus of Les Musiciens du Louvre.
Les Musiciens du Louvre, conductor Marc Minkowski
Building a Library
Jeremy Sams recommends a version of Ravel's Sheherazade.
Producers O've Portbury and Andrew Lyte
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Michael Berkeley 's guest this week is film-maker Tony Palmer , whose subjects have included Maria Callas. Richard Wagner. Benjamin Britten and most recently Sergei Rachmaninov. A piano prelude by Rachmaninov and a Purcell aria sung by Maria Callas feature among his choices today along with music by Britten, Shostakovich. Vaughan
Wiiitams, Phitip Glass and Bob Dylan. Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow 6.30pm
Stephanie Hughes presents another concert in the BBC Wigmore Hall chamber series. Olaf Bar (baritone), Mervyn Tan (fortepiano)
Schubert Schwanengesang , D957
Repeated from Monday
See Vo/ces Monday 10pm
Humphrey Carpenter presents requests from listeners, including: Massenet Mechfahon (Tnais,) Nigel Kennedy (violin), National Philharmonic, conductor Richard Bonynge
Haydn Concerto MC.HXWt/.t Albert de Kierk (organ),
Amsterdam Chamber Orchestra, conductor Andre Rieu
Stanford The Blue Bird
Cambridge Singers, director John Rutter Beethoven Serenade ;n0, Op 25
Susan Milan (flute).Levon Chiiingirian (violin), Louise Williams (viola) Plus music by Simon Jeffes played by the Penguin Cafe Orchestra. Producer Verity Sharp
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M!chae! White picks some highlights from !ast week's Radio 3's schedule.
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Geoffrey Smith presents listeners' requests for favourite jazz tracks. Producer FeiixCarey
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SOUND!NG THE CENTURY
Russei! Davies continues his history of jazz.
24: Over the Waves. Jazz has now spread to most corners of the world. but the country in which it received its first warm welcome away from home was France. Here the presence of the brilliant Gypsy jazz guitarist
Django Re!nhardt was a magnet for American musicians.
Producer David Perry
Repeated Friday 11.30pm
A piano recital given in London's Wigmore Hall. Rachmaninov Preludes, Op .23: No 4 m D: No 5 in G minor; No 6 in F Sat Shuk!ch) Mttsukun Night Rhapsody; Sahara
Chopin Piano Sonata No 3 in B minor; Mazurka in G sharp minor. Op 3.3 No .t Repeat
in four programmes, Kevin Jackson travels to Scotland.Wales,Northern
Ireland and England to talk to poets about their ideas on nation and nationality in the wake of devolution. 2: tVa/es. Gwyneth Lewis and Twm Morris reflect on the Wetsh tradition and the place of the We!sh language in poetry.
Petroc Trelawny and Gwenan Edwards introduce the final of this year's Cardiff Singer of the World competition from St David's Hall in Cardiff. Five singers from the original 25 take part in the concert, accompanied by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales under conductors Paul Daniel and Carlo Rizzi and by piano accompanists Ingrid Surgenor and Phillip Thomas. The panel of judges includes Dame Joan Sutherland, Carlo Bergonzi and Sherrill Milnes and is chaired by Anthony Freud , general director of Welsh National Opera.
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST with BBC2
Brian Kay 's Pick of the Week: p40
The American composer Steve Reich started using tape !oops !n his music during the 1960s, and these seminal works have provided sampling ideas for a new generation of hip-hop, ambient and house producers. Last year. with the backing of the composer, a group of British.
Japanese and American DJs each contributed versions of their favourite
Reich pieces for a remix album on the Nonesuch !abeL Mark Russe !! and Robert Sandaii take a closer
!ook at the project and ta!k to the British DJs involved, including Howie B. D*Note. Andrea Parker and Coidcut.
With Jez Nelson. Czechoslovakia has a long history of jazz, producing international players like Miroslav Vitous and Jan Hammer. This week Jazz on 3 visits the EBU Jazz Festival in Karlovy Vary to celebrate the best of European jazz with a selection of music and interviews. Tonight's concert features tenor saxophonist Denys Baptiste, who performs music from his debut CD Be Where You Are with his ensemble: Larry Bartley on bass, 21-year-old pianist Andrew McCormack and 19-year-old drummer Tom Skinner.
Producer Steve Shepherd
With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 Glinka Overture: Rustan and Lyudmila
Chopin Piano Concerto No ;t ;h
Ffmnor Prokofiev Symphony No 5 Italian RSO. conductor Mario Venzago. Emanuel Ax (piano)
2.30 A Gabriell Sento un Rumor
Swiss-Italian Radio and TV Chorus. Theatrum instrumentorum, conductor Stefano Innocenti
2.35 Carulli Nocturne in m<nor Camerata Tallinn
2.50 Telemann Alles Redet <tzt und Stnget Barbara Schtick (soprano).
Stephen Varcoe (bass). Das Kleine Konzert, conductor Hermann Max
3.20 Mozart Divertimento in B flat. K2.29 Bratislava Wind Trio
3.35 Wiedermann Nottumo ;n C sharp Pavel Cerny (organ)
3.45 Pingoud 7'ne Face or the Cf<y Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leif Segerstam
4.15 Theodore Dubots Cnant
Pastoral Kalevi Kiviniemi (organ)
4.20 Saint-Saens Havanaise, Op S3 Rita Cepurcenko (violin)
Prague SO, conductor Eiii Jaffe
4.30 Ravel String Quartet in P Australian Quartet
5.00 Smetana Overture: The Bartered Bride Melbourne SO, conductor Jorge Mester
5.05 Dvorak Romantic Piece, Op 75 No ;t Young-Jun Kirn (violin). Joon-Cha Kim (piano)
5.10 Mozart, arr Grieg Sonata in F Julie Adam and Daniel Herscovitch
5.30 Jarzebsk) Corona Aurea
Bruce Dickey (cornet), Richte van der Meer and Reiner Zipperling (cellos). Jacques Ogg (harpsichord). Anthony Woodrow (double bass), director Lucy van Dael (violin)
5.35 Haydn Motn Concerto in C. W Vlla Rasma Lieimane. Latvian
Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra. conductor Tovijs Lifsics