With Fiona Talkington.
Fiblch A Night at Karlstein
Prague RSO, conductor Frantisek Vajnar
6.30 Handel Concerto in FA Due Cori, HWV334 Tafelmusik/Jeanne Lamon
7.03 Gorecki Three Pieces in Olden Style Polish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
7.25 Beethoven Violin Sonata in F, Op 24 (Spring) Yehudi Menuhin , Wilhelm Kempff (piano)
8.03 Ireland Suite: Decorations
Eric Parkin (piano)
8.30 Martucci La Canzone dei Ricordi
Mirella Freni (soprano), La
Scaia Philharmonic , conductor Riccardo Muti 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 Chris de Souza recommends a recording of Copland's ballet Rodeo.
10.35 Simon Heighes reviews new releases of French Baroque choral music, including Couperin's Lecons de Tenebres from Christophe Rousset and works by Charpentier, Clerambault and Lully.
11.00 An interview with conductor
David Zinman , who talks about his wide-ranging career as a recording artist, including the recent release of Mozart's violin concertos with Pamela Frank.
11.30 Radio 3's Disc of the Week:
Bach Violin Sonata in B minor, BWV1014
Andrew Manze , Richard Egarr (harpsichord), Jaap ter Linden (viola da gamba)
Producers Clive Portbury , Andrew Lyle and Susan Kenyon WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Michael Berkeley 's guest tod ay is American historian Kathleen Burke , professor of modern and contemporary history at
University College, London. Her previous publications include Goodbye, Great
Britain - a study of the 1976 IMFcrisisand her new book on the life of AJP Taylor, The Troublemaker, will be published this autumn. Her private passion is for music of much earlier times, and her choices today include vocal and instrumental pieces by Machaut, Praetorlus, Byrd, Monteverdi, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert. Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow 6.30pm
Stephanie Hughes presents last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London. Nash Ensemble
Glinka Sextet in E flat for piano and strings Tchaikovsky Souvenirde Florence , Op 701R)
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Hoddinott/Maw/Jones/Williams/Tippett Severn Bridge Variations BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jac van Steen
Vlerne Finale (Organ Symphony No 1) Ben van Oosten (organ) Sibelius Violin Concerto
Thomas Zehetmair , Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
Producer Christina Pritchard. ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice, BBC Birmingham, B5 7QQ. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: email@example.com
Stacey Kent talks to pianist and composer Alex Wilson about his career and his forthcoming projects. And Brian Morton reviews neWJaZZCDs. Producer Keith Loxam
With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer FelixCarey. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests. BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House. London. W1A 4WW FAX: [number removed]
The Cool Mr Kanitz
A series profiling alto saxophonist
Lee Konitz. Now in his mid-seventies, Konitz is as prolific as ever. He talks to Ray
Frensham about his distinguished career. 2: Stan Kenton, Gerry Mulligan and Wayne Marsh Producer David Perry
Haydn Quartet in G, Op 77 No 1 Britten Quartet No 3, Op 94 (R)
Ernani Elijah Moshinsky 's acclaimed production of Verdi's four-act opera - based on the swashbuckling play by Victor Hugo - was first seen at Welsh National Opera. Donald Macleod introduces tonight's performance given by English National Opera at the Coliseum in London.
English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor David Parry Act
8.15 The Red Waistcoat
Theophile Gautier - he of "art for art's sake" fame - went to the premiere of Hernani in 1830 and wore a red waistcoat.
This was not usual apparel forthe theatre. but Hernani was no ordinary play. That first night and the red waistcoat were remembered throughout the Romantic period, as Valentine Cunningham discovers.
8.35 Act 2
9.10 Verdi and Emani Verdi 's biographer Mary Jane Phillips-Matz talks about the composer's long battle with the censors and discusses how he managed to overcome their attempts to stifle his creative powers.
9.30 Acts 3 and 4
A new six-part series in which
Sir John Drummond takes a searching look at the state of orchestral provision in Britain.
1: The Isle Is Full of Noise. Today he begins with an overview of the current situation, in conversation with composer, conductor and festival director Peter Maxwell Davies. trumpeter John Wallace and conductor Simon Rattle. Producer Martin Cotton
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences. Producer PhilipTagney
Dresch Quartet. Jez Nelson introduces tonight's concert featuring Hungarian saxophonist Mihaly Dresch , who has been described as the best living tenor and soprano sax player after David Murray.
Dresch performs tonight with a quintet in a concert given last month at London's Pizza Express. And on the 20th anniversary of its release, Pat Metheny recalls the recording of his landmark ECM album 80/81. Producer Steve Shepherd
With Susan Sharpe. Adams Short Ride in a Fast Machine Mozart Symphony No 40 in G minor Strauss Ein Heldenleben Deutsches SO/Kent Nagano 2.20 Wagner Immolation Scene (Gotterdammerung) 2.40
Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 3 in D minor3.20 Diethelm Variations on a Swiss Folk Song 3.30 Vivaldi Gloria , RV588 4.00 WF Bach Six Duets 4.15 Bach, orch
Webem Ricercar (The Musical Offering,
BWV1079) 4.30 Hoffmann Flute Concerto in D 4.50 Pezel Overture in D minor 5.00 Locatelli Concerto in E flat, Op 7 No 6 (II Pian to d Ariana) 5.15 Beethoven Five
Scottish and Irish Folk Songs 5.30 Grainger Danish Folk Music Suite 5.50 Vaughan Williams Three Shakespeare Songs