With Edward Seckerson.
Mehul Overture: Le Tresor Suppose
Orchestra of the Gulbenkian Foundation, conductor Michel Swierczewski
6.30 Debussy Sonate en Tno Nash Ensemble
7.00 Delius Summer Night on the River BBCSO, conductor Andrew Davis
7.30 Janacek Idyll Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, director lona Brown
8.00 Britten The Ballad of Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard
Gentlemen of St John's College, Cambridge
8.05 Novak Overture: Lady Godiva BBCPO, conductor Libor Pesek
8.40 Grainger Tribute to Foster English Country Gardiner Orchestra, conductor John Eliot
Gardiner Full details of Morning on 3's music are posted at www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/factsheetsafewdaysbefore transmission
With Andrew McGregor , who plays some of this month's newest releases.
9.30 Building a Library Hilary Finch recommends a version of Schumann's
10.30 Nick Morgan reviews the first batch of classical releases on DVD. The record companies have been slowly releasing titles during the past year, and it is now possible to buy operas, ballets, archive documentaries, recitals and orchestral concerts on this format.
11.00 An interview with soprano
Veronique Gens , who talks about her career as a recording artist, including her role as Elvira in the recent release of Mozart's Don Giovanni.
11.30 Radio 3's Disc of the Week:
Prokofiev Piano Sonata No 7, Op 83 Martha Argerich
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Michael Berkeley 's guest today is Scottish sculptor Ronald Rae , whose monumental granite sculptures - many inspired by religious or anthropological themes - are currently on display in Regent's Park,
London. Music is a great inspiration to him, and his choices today include two pieces of instrumental music by Shostakovich, keyboard music by Bach and Schubert, orchestral works by Peter Warlock and Vaughan Williams , and Sibellus's last symphonic poem, Tapiola.
Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow 6.30pm
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London, presented by Stephanie Hughes. European Camerata
Mozart Divertimento in D, K136
Mahler Adagietto (Symphony No 5)
Elgar Introduction and Allegro, Op 4 7 Britten Simple Symphony (R)
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Pachelbel, arr Seifert Canon and Gigue Berlin PO, conductor Herbert von Karajan Mathias The Worlde's Joie, Op 6 7 Bach Choir, Choristers of St George's, Windsor, New Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor David Willcocks
Mllhaud Ballet: Le Train Bleu
Monte Carlo National Opera Orchestra, conductor Igor Markevitch
Producer Christina Pritchard.
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Stacey Kent presents a roundup of news on the UK jazz scene, plus comments on new releases from Brian Morton.
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With Geoffrey Smith.
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Steve Beresford presents a four-part series built on a rare in-depth interview with virtuoso jazz saxophonist John Zorn. 2: The Big Gundown. In the early 1980s Zorn paid tribute to some of his musical heroes, reinventing the work of Morricone, Sonny Clark and Ornette Coleman and developed his file-card technique of composition. Producer Steve Shepherd
Chopin in Poland. Piers Lane presents the first in a six-part series of highlights from last year's editions of The Piano. Today he visits Poland and the birthplace of Chopin. The programme includes recordings by some of the greatest Chopin interpreters of the last century, including Francis Plante , Ignaz Friedman , Ignacy Jan Paderewski , Artur Rubinstein , Adam Harasiewiczand KrystianZimerman. Producer Chris wines (R)
A concert from Cheltenham Town Hall.
Piotr Anderszewski (piano),
BBCSO, conductor Gianandrea Noseda Tchaikovsky Francesca da Rimini
Mozart Piano Concerto No 21 in C, K46 7 Phibbs Dreams of a Summer Night
8.30 Interval: Personally Speaking
Four programmes in which Kevin Jackson explores the art of the essay.
1: First Person Singular. Tonight he examines the growth of the personal voice -from Hazlitt to Paul Auster.
8.50 Tchaikovsky Symphony No in Fminor
See Brian Kay 's Sunday Morninglomorrow 9am
Musica Varia perform a selection of George Crumb 's Madrigals -haunting, evocative settings of fragments from the poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca.
Boston Common, Puttnam's Camp in Connecticut and the Housatonic at
Stockbridge, Massachussetts, provide the settings forthis radio meditation on the music, ideas and character of Charles Ives. With contributions from conductor
James Sinclair , Danburytour guide Nancy Sudik , playwright John Grissmer , composer Richard Boulanger and Ives himself. Producer Alan Han
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, including a studio session from Japanese Street band Cicala Muta. Producer Philip Tagney
Andrew Hill. Tonight's programme features an exclusive solo session and extensive profile of legendary pianist Andrew Hill.
The profile includes contributions from Hill collaborators such as Bobby Hutcherson and Greg Osby. Producer Steve Shepherd
With Jonathan Swain. Shostakovich Preludes andFuguesOp87: Nos 7, 14 and 15 Scriabin Piano Sonatas Nos 3 and 5 Medtner Sonata-
Idylle in G Kasputin Piano Sonata No 2 in E Massenet Valse folie 2.25Hindemrth Kleine
Kammermusik, Op 24 No 2 2.35 Regamey Concerto for violin and cello 3.05 Madetoja Symphonic Suite 3.30 Reincken Was Kann Uns Kommen an fur Not 3.50 CPE Bach
Flute Concerto in D minor 4.15 Bach
Italian Concerto in F. BWV9 71 4.35 Vujlc Concertino 4.45 Nussio Variations on an AirbyPergolesi 5.00 Busoni Sonatina No 6 super Carmen 5.10 Melartin Songs from Lake Ladoga Suite 5.30 Zemlinsky Trio in D minor, Op 3 5.55Kapustin Intermezzo