With Edward Seckerson.
Ryuichi Sakamoto Aoneko No Torso Everton Nelson (violin),
Jacques Morelenbaum (cello), the Composer (piano)
6.30 Muldowney The Moors (The Brontes) Northern Ballet Theatre Orchestra, conductor John Pryce-Jones
7.00 Feldman Madame Press Died Last
Week at 90 Orchestra of St Luke's, conductor John Adams
7.40 Janacek Taras Bulba
Vienna PO, conductor Charles Mackerras
8.00 Weill, arr David Purser Canon Song (Kleine Dreigroschenmusik) Philip Jones Brass Ensemble
8.45 Bach, trans Elgar Fantasia and Fugue in C minor, BWV53 7LP0/Adrian Boult Full details of Morning on 3's music are posted at www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/factsheets a few days before transmission.
With Andrew McGregor , who plays some of this month's newest releases.
9.30 Building a Library Jan Smaczny recommends a version of Dvorak's String Quartet in F, Op 96 (American).
10.35 David Fanning reviews new releases of piano music, including Chopin played by Evgeny Kissin , Hummel played by Howard Shelley , Schubert performed by Alain
Planes, Bartok from Zoltan Kocsis and a recital disc from Martha Argerich in live recordings from the late 1970s.
11.00 An interview with conductor
Richard Bernas , who talks about his new recording of music by Charles Ives , which places the Orchestral Sets alongside the songs to which they relate.
11.30 Radio 3's Disc of the Week:
Eigar, reconstr Payne Symphony No 3 in C minor (excerpt) Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Daniel
Producers Clive Portbury , Andrew Lyle and Susan Kenyon WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview E-MAIL: email@example.com
DISC DETAILS: call the Radio 3 Information Line on [number removed] or consult CEEFAX, BBC1, page 651
Michael Berkeley 's guest today is Kevin Carey , founder and director of the charity HumaniTy, which aims to enable disabled people to make full use of information technology. Carey, who is himself blind, has also worked as a research director on many projects for the RNIB and has written a variety of papers on issues relating to education and information technology. A keen music lover, his choices include a Rameau opera, Byrd's Motet: Ave Verum Corpus,
Mahler's Symphony No 9, pieces by Berio and Dallapiccola and Jarrett's Moon Child. Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow 6.30pm
Fiona Talkington presents another chance to hear Monday's recital from the Wigmore Hall, London. Brentano Quartet
Shostakovich String Quartet No 3, Op 73 Mozart String Quartet in G, K387 (R)
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Heinichen Concerto in F, S232 Musica Antiqua Koln , director Reinhard Goebel Bax Phantasy Rivka Golani (viola), Royal Philharmonic, conductor Vernon Handley
Giovanni Gabrieli Jubilate Deo Choir of Westminster Cathedral, Andrew Wright (organ), conductor Stephen Cleobury
Producer Christina Pritchard. ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice, BBC Birmingham, B5 7QQ. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
A series reflecting what is happening on the jazz scene. Today Stacey Kent presents part of a concert given by the BBC Big Band with guests Bobby Watson and Gerard Presencer. And Brian Morton reviews some more new releases of the month. Producer Lindsay Pell
With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer Felix Carey. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London, W1A4WW FAX: [number removed]
E-MAIL: jazz. record. email@example.com
In the series of programmes celebrating Ornette Coleman at 70, Alyn Shipton surveys the saxophonist's work in the sixties, when Coleman made a triumphant return to the concert stage at Croydon's Fairfield Halls after a three-year absence. At this point Coleman took up violin and trumpet, and his unorthodox ideas are assessed by George Russell and Wallace Roney. Coleman's son Denardo looks back on his first recordings with his father's band, which he made at the age of nine, and saxophonist Dewey Redman recalls the famous New York Is Now! sessions.
Producer Terry Carter
The third opera in the Metropolitan Opera's highly acclaimed production of Wagner's Ringcycle. The innocent youth Siegfried uses his superhuman strength to retorge his father's sword, slays the dragon that guards the ring and ascends in triumph to a mountainous peak, where he awakens the sleeping Brunhilde with a kiss.
Chorus and Orchestra of the New York
Metropolitan Opera, conductor James Levine Act
6.50 Surviving Wagner Three female heroines from the Ringcycle speak frankly about their characters. 2: Notes from
Underground. A proto-Wagnerian monologue by Graeme Fife , with Sheila Gish as Erda, once an Earth goddess and still blessed with green fingers. (R)
7.25 Act 2
8.40 The Met Opera Quiz
Martin Bernheimer puts listeners' questions to Thor Eckert Jr, Henry Fogel and Father Owen Lee.
9.25 Act 3
A series of programmes in which Sir John Drummond examines the state of opera in Britain since the Second World War.
2:Beyond London.Today he talks to some of the key figures invovlved in the establishment and consolidation of regional opera companies in Cardiff,
Glasgow and Leeds. Producer Martin Cotton (R)
Tim Berne 's Big Satan. Jez Nelson introduces tonight's concert from New York saxophonist Tim Berne and his ensemble Big Satan, featuring French guitarist Marc Ducret and Los Angeles drummer Tom Rainey. Plus a profile of Berne's inventive label, Screwgun. Producer Steve Shepherd
With Jonathan Swain. 1.00 A recital of songs by Schoenberg, Schreker, Wolf and Strauss Ruth Ziesak (soprano),
Ulrich Eisenlohr (piano). 2.10Reger Tone Poems after Arnold Boecklin 2.40 Keuris Sinfonia
2.55 Bajoras Exodus // 3.10 Dohnanyi Passacaglia , Op 48 No 13.25 Bach
Orchestral Suite No 3 in D, BWV1068 3.55 Hellendaal Concerto Grosso in F, Op 3 No 3
4.10 Fetis Gloria (Messe des Solennelles Majeurs) 4.20 Fabritius Violin Concero
4.50 Verdi Eri Tu (Un Ballo in Maschera)
5.05 Brahms Tragic Overture, Op 815.25 Liszt Dante Sonata 5.40 Durante
Concerto No 2 in G minor