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: Morning on 3

With Penny Gore.

Copland Quiet City Philip Smith (trumpet), Thomas Stacy (cor anglais), NYPO, conductor Leonard Bernstein

6.30 Dvorak From the Bohemian Forest, Op 68 Yaara Tal and Andreas Groethuysen (piano duet)

7.00 Weber, orch Berlioz Invitation to the Dance, Op 65 (Rondo Brilliant)
Berlin Philharmonic Herbert von Karajan

7.35 Paisiello Piano Concerto No 1 in C
Mariaclara Monetti, ECO, director Stephanie Gonley

8.00 Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music Soloists. LPO, conductor Adrian Boult

8.45 Vivaldi Violin Concerto in G minor, Op 8 No 2 (Summer) (The Four Seasons) Trondheim Soloists, director Anne-Sophie Mutter (violin)

Contributors

Presenter: Penny Gore

: Composer

of the Week:
Janacek DonatdMac !eodexp!oresthe!ifeand works of Leos Janacek.
2: Re/at/onsn/ps
Janacek marhed one of his piano pupi!s, Zdenka Schu !zova, short!y before her sixteenth birthday. Later, !n his sixties, he met Kamiia Stossiova , 38 years his junior, who became the inspiration for much of the music he wrote during his finaicreativeupsurge.
7'ne D/aryorOne M/no Disappeared (excerpts) BenoBiachut (tenor). Josef Paienicek (piano)
Theme and Variations (Zden<<a Variations) RudoifFirkusny (piano)
Stnng Ouartet No 2 (/nt/mate Letters) Britten Quartet
The Cunning Little Vixen (Act 3) (excerpt)
Vienna PC, conductor Charles Mackerras

Contributors

Unknown: Janacek Donatdmac
Unknown: Leos Janacek.
Unknown: Zdenka Schu
Unknown: Kamiia Stossiova
Piano: Josef Paienicek
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
The Forester: Dalibor Jedlicka(bass)
Frog: Peter Saray(treble)

: Work in Progress

Eamonn McCabe. picture editor of The Guardian, describes his work photographing famous faces for the newspaper.

Contributors

Speaker: Eamonn McCabe

: Masterworks

With Jonathan Swain.
J Strauss (son) Overture; D/ef7edermaus Phiiharmonia Orchestra. conductor Otto Kiemperer
10.15 Mah)er Five songs Lucia Popp (soprano). Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
10.30 Smetana Piano Tub t'r) G m/nor Guarneri Trio

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Conductor: Otto Kiemperer
Soprano: Lucia Popp
Soprano: Geoffrey Parsons

: Morning Performance Che/ten/tam Festival 2000

Chns de Souza introduces today's concert from the P!ttvi!ie Pump Room. a recita! by BBC New Generation Artists A!ban Gerhardt
(ce!!o)andStevenOsborne(piano). Ligeti Sonata torso/o ee//o
Brahms Ce/to Sonata No 2 ;n F. Op 99
11.40 Orient Express - a Literary Journey 2: /tnge/ ;n fne Ahgnf. By !!se A!chinger.
Today's story comes from Austria and is a haunting taie about a younggih who comes to terms with death through her relationship with the angeis she imagines fitting the night sky. Reader Juiia Ford.
12.00 Mozart P;ano Sonata ;n D, M576 Weir Un/oe/<ed forso/o ceMo
Piazzotia Le Grand Tango See Performance on 3 7.30pm

Contributors

Reader: Juiia Ford.

: Radio 3 LMnchtime Concert

The first of three concerts this week featuring performances given in public concerts at the University of Cambridge by the Endeiiion Quartet and guest vioiists.
Endeiiion Quartet, Bruno Guiranna (vioia) Mozart Str/ngQu/ntets: <n B f!at, K174; /n G m/nof. K5.t6 (R) See tomorrow 1pm

Contributors

Unknown: Bruno Guiranna

: The BBC Orchestras

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Beethoven Symphony No 4 in B flat; Piano Concerto No.1 in C - Grigory Sokotov, conductor Osmo Vanska
Vaughan Williams Symphony No 4 - Conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk

Contributors

Pianist: Grigory Sokotov
Conductor: Osmo Vanska
Conductor: Jerzy Maksymiuk

: Voices

Chnstopn Genz in Recital
Iain Burnside introduces German tenor Christoph Genz with pianist Roger Vignoies in a recital of Schubert lieder given last week at the Wigmore Hall, London. Producer Clive Portbury

Contributors

Unknown: Chnstopn Genz
Pianist: Roger Vignoies

: In Tune

With Sean Rafferty. Music includes at 5.40 Handel's Concerto Grosso in F, Op 6 No 9. played by the English Concert under Trevor Pinnock; at 6.00 Chabrier's Joyeuse Marche performed by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra under Charles Dutoit; and at 6.45 Mozart's Symphony in F. K75, played by Vienna Concentus Musicus under Nikoiaus Harnoncourt.

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Pinnock
Unknown: Charles Dutoit
Unknown: Nikoiaus Harnoncourt.

: Performance on 3: Cheltenham Festival 2000

A concert from Cheltenham Town Hall, featuring the world premiere of a new work by Ian Wilson written especially for tonight's soloist Rebecca Hirsch.
Rebecca Hirsch (violin), Mary Plazas (soprano), Ann Taylor (mezzo), Rhys Meirion (tenor), Robert Hayward (baritone), BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, conductor Paul Daniel

Mozart: Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K546 (version for string orchestra)
Ian Wilson: An Angel Serves a Small Breakfast (Violin Concerto No 2) (first performance)

8.00 Twenty Minutes: Personally Speaking: 2: Feathers, Bones and Chalk
Four programmes in which Kevin Jackson explores the art of the essay.
Essays on scientific themes, from Bacon and Huxley to Stephen Jay Gould.

8.20 Beethoven: Symphony No 9 in D minor (Choral)

See Morning Performance tomorrow 11am

Contributors

Violin: Rebecca Hirsch
Soprano: Ann Taylor
Tenor: Robert Hayward
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Speaker (Twenty Minutes): Kevin Jackson

: Night Wavea

Richard Cotes investigates the strange. satiric world of American short story writer George Saunders. whose work has been praised by some some of America's biggest literary names, including Thomas Pynchon and Tobias Woiff. And in the first of a series of commissions exploring the experience of summer across the arts. poet
Sarah Maguire reflects on summertime in the city.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Cotes
Unknown: George Saunders.
Unknown: Thomas Pynchon
Unknown: Tobias Woiff.
Unknown: Sarah Maguire

: Late junction

Verity Sharp's late-night listening features items from Spain and the USA, including music by Michael Daugherty and the sounds of the Asturiana Mining Company.

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain.
Chabrier Espana
12.10 Milhaud Sego Mana. Op 366
12.15 Franck Prelude. Fugue and Variation
12.25 Weber Car/net Center in B Dat, Op 34
1.00 A concert of Bohemian orchestral music from the Herne Early Music Festival 1991. Karl Kaiser (fiute). La Stagione Frankfurt. Main. director Michael Schneider Georg Anton Benda S/n/bn/a No :t 0 in G Vanha)
Sinfonie in D minor Franz Benda Flute Concerto in F minor Zetenka Sinfonia in /) minor
2.15 Copland (?u;etCtfy
2.30 Messiaen Premiere Communion de la Merge; Regard des Anges; Regard de / 'Eglise d 'Amour (Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant Jesus)
2.55 Langgard Symphony No 4 in E flat minor f'7'ne FaM ortne Leaf)
3.25 Wolf Mdr;<<e Lieder
3.45 Martinu Clarinet Sonatina
3.55 Suk Serenade for Strings in E flat, Op 6
4.25 Metartin /<;no 's /<na (Aino)
4.35 Brahms Mofers; Fs /st das We<7 Uns Kommen Her; Scharfe /n M;r, Gott, e<nRefnesHerz, Op 29
4.55 Anon, arr Meme)sdorff/Sta)er TDree Tunes fo Jonn Playford's "DancingMaster''
5.05 Milton Barnes Papageno Variations
5.15 Cambini Trio, Op 45 No 1
5.25 Rosenmuller Con Dfebor T<b/ Dorrxne
5.45 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G. BWV1048

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Mithaud Segomana.








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