With Edward Seckerson.
Grlffes The White Peacock Alan Feinberg (piano)
6.05 Corelli Concerto Grosso in F, Op 6 No 9 Ensemble 415, directors Chiara Banchini (violin) and Jesper Christensen (harpsichord)
6.15 Palestrina Stabat Mater
Oxford Camerata, conductor Jeremy Summerly
6.24 Mozart Non Piu di Fiori (La Clemenza di Tito) Julia Varady
(soprano), English Baroque Soloists, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
6.36 Respighi Pines of Rome Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. conductor Constantin Silvestri
7.02 Vivaldi Concerto in F, RV293 (Autumn) (The Four Seasons) Nils-Erik Sparf (violin),
Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble
7.13 Janacek In the Mists
Rudolf Firkusny (piano)
7.27 Glazunov Autumn (The Seasons) Suisse Romande Orchestra, conductor Ernest Ansermet
7.41 Copland Laurie 's Song (The Tender Land) Dawn Upshaw
(soprano), Orchestra of St Luke's, conductor Eric Stern
7.45 Tchaikovsky September; October (The Seasons) Mikhail Pletnev (piano)
8.02 Smyth Overture: The Wreckers Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Alexander Gibson
8.12 Puccini, arr Parkes Chi il Bel Sogno di Doretta (La Rondine) Grimethorpe Colliery Band, conductor Gary Cutt
8.20 Schoenfeld Vaudeville
Wolfgang Basch (piccolo trumpet),
New World SO, conductor John Nelson
8.42 Tchaikovsky Letter Scene
(Eugene Onegin ) Galina Gorchakova (soprano), Kirov Opera, conductor Valery Gergiev Producer Nick Morgan
With Andrew McGregor who plays some of this month's new releases.
9.30 Building a Library Jonathan Swain recommends a version of Schumann's Symphony No 2 in C. See also Thursday, 8.40pm.
10.35 Peter Paul Nash reviews new releases of chamber music by Shostakovich and Prokofiev.
11.00 An interview with the pianist Leslie Howard.
11.35 Radio 3 Disc of the Week:
Handel Acis and Galatea (excerpt)
Les Arts Florissants, conductor William Christie
Producers Andrew Lyle and Clive Portbury
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Michael Berkeley 's guest is the broadcaster John Humphrys , whose political interviews, particularly on Radio 4's Today programme, are renowned for their fearless tenacity. His musical choices today range from Bach, Beethoven and Elgar to Duke Ellington and Paul Simon - uncovered by Michael Berkeley. Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow 6.30pm
Olivier Messiaen in His Century Peter Donohoe (piano)
Messiaen Neumes Rythmiques (Etudes de Rythme: No 4)
Murail Cloches d'Adieu et un Sourire
Takemitsu Rain Tree Sketch 11 - In
Memoriam Olivier Messiaen
Debussy Reflets dans I'Eau (Images) Albeniz El Corpus en Sevilla (Iberia, Book 1)
Stockhausen Piano Piece No 3
Dukas La Plainte, au loin, du Faune (Pour le Tombeau de Debussy) Scriabln Two Preludes, Op 67 Messiaen Canteyodjaya Repeat
With Humphrey Carpenter , including: Orff Praelusio (Catulli Carmina) Linz Mozart Choir,
Munich Radio Orchestra, conductor Franz Welser-Most
Nyman Suite: The Piano Munich Philharmonic, conducted by the Composer
Chavez Symphony No 2 (Sinfonia
India) New World Symphony Orchestra, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas
Producer Verity Sharp
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Michael White selects some highlights of the past week on Radio 3. Producer Kirsten Smith
With Geoffrey Smith. Producer Felix Carey
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SOUNDING THE CENTURY
Russell Davies 's history of jazz. 38: Jazz Protestors. Although America's racial problems had always been central to the jazz experience, during the first half of the century musicians tended to make social protests with great restraint on or off the bandstand.
This all changed in the era of the civil rights movement and Black Power, when explicit protest became integral to the music of Max Roach ,
Archie Shepp and others. Producer Phil Speight
A A new production from the English National Opera of Weber's quintessentially Romantic opera Der Freischutz, full of Gothic horrors in the famous Wolf's Glen scene, rousing hunting choruses, magic bullets and dark supernatural forces. John Daszak and Alwyn Mellor head a strong cast, including Lisa Milne in her house debut.
Introduced by Piers Burton-Page .
English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Mark Elder
Acts 1 and 2 8.05 Romantic Gunfire
For the interval of the opera with its magic bullets, an exploration of guns in culture. With contributions from
William S Burroughs ,
Mary Whitehouse , Tony Harrison and the Wiltshire gun club.
8.25 Act 3
The German Chamber Academy, directed by Johannes Goritzki , perform music by Michael Haydn.
Susan Marling explores contemporary trends in architecture. 3: Green Architecture. Buildings for a sustainable future, from the Australian desert to a brownfield site on the River Trent. Producers Susan Marling and Fay Sweet
The first of two programmes this week featuring music written for organ and orchestra.
Jeremy Filsell (organ), BBC Concert
Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth Dupre Cortege et Litanie Demessieux Poeme
Dupre Symphony in G minor See also tomorrow 11.15pm
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell with a unique mix of musical styles. including a session from minimalist Australian electronic duo Minit.
Producer Philip Tagney
With Jez Nelson. Tonight's featured artist is tenor saxophonist
David S Ware , performing with his quartet in New York. A prominent member of the New York avant-garde jazz scene, he was inspired and influenced by John Coltrane , Ornette Coleman and Sonny Rollins and boasts a career stretching over 25 years. The music of the quartet is expressive, intense, challenging and melodic. Producer Steve Shepherd
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With Jonathan Swain.
Mozart Violin Sonata in G, K301
Beethoven Violin Sonata in A, Op 47 (Kreutzer) Fritz Kreisler Rondino on a Theme of Beethoven
1.55 Jan Raats Five Sketches for a Requiem
2.20 Gemlniani Concerto Grosso in D minor, Op 5 No 12 (La Follia)
2.30 Istvan Vantus Concerto Grosso
2.45 Hoist, arr Walsh St Paul 's Suite
3.00 Enescu Romanian Rhapsody No 1
3.15 Jan van Gilse Trio
3.30 Liszt Piano Concerto No 2 in A
3.50 Bovet Improvisation sur un
Thème de Samuel Duocommun
4.05 Shostakovich Symphony No 10
5.00 Busoni Funf Kurze Stucke zur Pflege des Polyphonen Spiels
5.15 Abel Trio in F
5.30 Handel Eternal Source of Light Divine (Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne)