With Edward Seckerson.
Dvorak Bagatelles , Op 4 7 Domus
6.50 Maxwell Davies Lullabye for Lucy BBC Singers, conductor Simon Joly
7.00 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 5 in 0, BWV1050 Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, director Ton Koopman (harpsichord)
7.40 Virgil Thomson Symphony No 2
New Zealand SO, conductor James Sedares
8.00 Michael Torke Bright Blue Music Baltimore SO, conductor David Zinman
8.10 Paul Patterson Blowing Blue (Diversions) The Fairer Sax
With Andrew McGregor. 9.30 Building a Library Colin Lawson recommends a version of Bach's Concerto in C minor for oboe. violin and strings, BWV1060.
10.30 Hilary Finch reviews new song releases, including Schumann from Bryn Terfel, Schubert and Brahms from
Vesselina Kasarova , Fanny Mendelssohn from Susan Gritton , orchestral songs from Dagmar Peckova and a recital disc from countertenor David Daniels.
11.00 An interview with violinist
Eugene Drucker and cellist David Finckel , who talk about their recording career with the Emerson Quartet and their new release of Shostakovich's complete string quartets.
11.30 Radio 3's Disc of the Week:
Godowsky Studies on Chopin's Etudes (excerpts) Marc-Andre Hamelin (piano)
Producers Clive Portbury , Andrew Lyle and Susan Kenyon WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview E-MAIL: email@example.com
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Michael Berkeley 's guest today isjournalist and radio and television presenter
Julia Somerville. Her musical choices include part of a Bach cello suite played by Pablo Casals , an aria from Bach's St Matthew Passion, a Beethoven string quartet, Schubert's String Quintet in C, D956, operatic excerpts by Verdi and Strauss and Nina Simone singing Strange Fruit. Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow 6.30pm
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the WigmoreHall in London, presented by Stephanie Hughes. Barbara Bonney (soprano), Malcolm Martineau (piano)
Faure Chanson damour, Aurore; La Fee aux Chansons; Le Secret; Notre Amour (Five Songs to Poems byArmand Silvestre)
Uszt Comment, Disaient-Ils; Enfant, si J'Etais Roi ; S 'II Est un Charmant Gazon; Oh, Quand Je Dors (Four Songs to Poems by Victor Hugo )
Debussy Le Balcon; Harmonie du Soir; Le Jet d'Eau; Recueillement (Four Songs to Poems of Baudelaire) (R)
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Bliss Violin Concerto Alfredo Campoli , BBCSO, conducted by the Composer Haydn Piano Sonata in E flat, H XVI 28 Rudolf Buchbinder
Martucci Nocturne , Op 70 No
ECO, conductor Alfredo Bonavera
Producer Christina Pntchard. ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice. BBC Birmingham, B5 7QQ. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stacey Kent talks to reeds man Joshua Redman , who rocketed to fame via the Thelonious Monk Competition, and asks him why he turned down law for music.
Producer Keith Loxam. E-MAIL: [Address Removed]
With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer Felix Carey. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London, W1A 4WW FAX: [number removed]
Ascension. In the third of a four-part series exploring John Coltrane 's landmark album Ascension, Alyn Shipton explores the saxophonist's work with his classic quartet, which led up to the recording of the disc. He talks to pianist McCoy Tyner , drummers Elvin Jones , Roy Haynes and Rashied Ali , saxophonist Archie Shepp and Coltrane's Son Ravi. Producer Terry Carter
From the Hippodrome, Bristol,
Paul Guinery presents Welsh National Opera's production of Richard Strauss 's opera. Set in 18th-century Vienna, Strauss's
"comedy for music in three acts" is a tale of love among the aristocracy in youth and middle age. The complex strands of desire and duty work their way to a moving finale, and the opera concludes with one of the greatest lyrical outpourings in all opera.
Welsh National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Carlo Rizzi Actl
7.40 Stopping the Clocks
In 1911 when Strauss and Hofmannsthal were working on Der Rosenkavalier,
European ideas abouttime were changing. Christopher Cook , Professor Steve Connor and Dr Judith Collins discuss how that changing perception of time permeated the art and literature of the early 20th century.
8.05 Act 2
Peggy Reynolds explores operatic roles which feature women dressed as men.
9.25 Act 3
Herr von Fan i nal:
La Création du Monde Andre Previn (piano), AniKavafian and Julie Rosenfeld (violins). Toby Hoffmann (viola), Carter Brey (cello)
A six-part series in which John Drummond looks at orchestral provision in Britain.
5: Towards a Wider Repertoire.Today John Drummond explores how orchestras can increase the range of music they play, in conversation with composer and festival director Michael Berkeley , conductor
Martyn Brabbins and the artistic director of the London Sinfonietta. Gillian Moore. Producer Martin Cotton
The Brian Irvine Ensemble. Composer and conductor Brian Irvine is one of Ireland's true musical mavericks. In tonight's concert he brings his 14-piece ensemble - which includes UK improviser
Paul Dunmall on saxophones - to this year's Bath International Jazz Festival. Producer Steve Shepherd
With Jonathan Swain. Schumann Three
Romances, Op 94 Goehr Sur Terre en I Air Schumann Marchenbilder, Op 113 Britten Lachrymae (Reflections on a Song of Dowland) Schumann Adagio and Allegro in A flat, Op 70 2.10 Rachmaninov Caprice
Bohémien, Op 12 2.30 Schumann Carnaval , Op 9 3.00Sauguet The Fair Entertainers
3.25 Robin Holloway Woefully Arrayed 3.40 Messiaen Le Loriot (Catalogue d'Oiseaux)
3.55 Mendelssohn Organ Sonata in D minor, Op 65 No 6 4.10 Pekiel Missa senza le Ceremonie 4.30 Gluck Gavotte 4.40
Richard Flury Three Pieces 5.05
Strauss Der Abend , Op 34 No 1 5.15 Jakov Gotovac The Balkan Song and Dance 5.25 Cavalli Lauda Jerusalem (Psalm 14 7) 5.40 Salomone Rossi Sinfonia a 5