With Edward Seckerson.
Cherubini Hymne a la Victoire
Wallace Collection, director John Wallace
6.30 Mehul Symphony No 2 in D
Orchestra of the Gulbenkian Foundation, conductor Michel Swierczewski
7.00 Arnold Overture: Roots of Heaven
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Rumon Gamba
7.30 Dvorak StringSextet in A, Op 48 (1st mvt) ASMF Chamber Ensemble
8.00 Dave Heath Manhattan Rave
Evelyn Glennie (percussion), LPO
8.40 Gershwin Rhapsody No 2 Los Angeles Philharmonic, director Michael Tilson Thomas (piano) Full details of Morning on 3 's music are posted at www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/playlistsafewdaysbefore transmission
Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's newest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Stephen Johnson recommends a version of Sibelius
Symphony No 1. Does it look back to
Tchaikovsky orforward to mature Sibelius?
10.30 Nick Morgan has been looking at and listeningto recent DVDs of opera, ballet, documentaries and concerts.
11.00 An interview with pianist and conductor Howard Shelley , who talks about the piano concertos of Howells and Hummel, the music of Rachmaninov and what it's like to conduct when another pianist is playing.
11.25 Radio 3 's Disc of the Week:
Liszt Piano Sonata in B minor
Producers Andrew Lyle and Mark Lowther
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Michael Berkeley 's guest is
Robert Harbison , the American-born professor of arch itecture and i nterior design at the University of North London. He has published several books on style and architecture, including Eccentric Spaces, The Built, the Unbuilt and the Unbuildable, and most recently, Reflections on Baroque. His musical choices include some inspiring examples of musical Baroque by Handel and Stradella, as well as operas by Mozart and Bellini, a Chopin nocturne and a 1950s song from the Platters.
Executive producer Wendy Thompson
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall, London. Skampa Quartet
Mozart String Quartet in Eflat, K428 Debussy String Quartet, Op 10 (R)
Humphrey Carpenter introduces this week's selection of listeners' requests, including: Mozart Symphony No 29 in A, K201 Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor Serge Koussevitzky
Fela Sowande African Symphony CBC Vancouver Orchestra, conductor Mario Bernardi
Dufay NuperRosarum Flores
Pomerium, director Alexander Blachly
Producer Christina Pritchard. ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice, BBC Birmingham. B5 7QQ. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stacey Kent looks at what's on in the UK jazz scene this week. Producer: Keith Loxam.
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With Geoffrey Smith.
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Live from the Met: Doktor Faust
A rare opportunity to hear Busoni's crowning achievement. Mephistopheles's pact with Faust serves as the backdrop for a dramatic and moving meditation on the responsibilities of artistic creativity. Left unfinished at the composer's death in 1924, Doktor Faust is part mystery play, part festival play and part Passion. And
Rodney Milnes continues his series Opera Snaps - a sideways glance at each of this season's works.
Busoni Doktor Faust
Chorus and Orchestra of the New York
Metropolitan Opera, conductor Philippe Auguin Act
7.40 Interval: Met Opera Quiz
William Livingstone puts listeners' questions to Michelle Krisel , Lotfi Mansouri and Alan Wagner.
8.00 Opera Snaps
8.05 Act 2
Duke of Parma:
Duchess of Parma:
Master of Ceremonies:
by Gregory Burke
It is 1982. Growing up in Gibraltar, teenagers Doink, Darren and Jock find enough to fight about. But the escalation of the Falklands conflict in the South Atlantic throws their friendship and their allegiances into confusion.
Radiohead Special. Robert Sandall and Mark Russell are joined by Jonny and Colin Greenwood of Radiohead to discuss their album Kid A. Infused with abstract electronic textures and free-jazz brass, this was one of the most talked-about records of 2000. They also introduce some of their favourite tracks of the moment, including
Alice Coltrane , Olivier Messiaen and Paul Lansky.
Paul Motian Trio 2000. Drums titan
Paul Motian brought his latest groupto London's Queen Elizabeth Hall forthe London Jazz Festival last November and tonight's concert was the result. With bassist Scott LaFaro , Motian redefined the role of the rhythm section injazz while he was a member of the Bill Evans piano trio of the late fifties and early sixties. His efforts to make the drums an equal voice - interacting with the melody ratherthan just providing accompaniment -were later appreciated by band leaders Keith Jarrett , Carla Bley and Don Cherry. Motian has led his own groups since the late seventies, with the help of such artists as Bill Frisell and Joe Lovano. His trio tonight features saxophonist Chris Potter and another
Bill Evans collaborator, Marc Johnson , on bass. Producers Steve Shepherd and Kathryn Willgress
With Jill Anderson. Beethoven Piano
Quartet in E flat, Op 1 6c Schumann Piano Quartet in E flat, Op47 7 Brahms Piano
Quartet No 1 in G minor, Op 25 2.30 Strauss Horn Concerto No 2 2.55 Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish) 3.35 Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music
3.55 Pylkkanen Suite, Op 32 4.05
Brahms Piano Trio No 3 in C minor, Op 101
4.25 Froberger Fantasia sopra Ut Re Mi Fa Sol La 4.35 A Scarlatti Leandro,
Anima Mia (Ero eLeandro) 4.45 Handel Suite in G. HWV350 (Water Music) 5.00 Beethoven Waltz in F 5.10 Hummel String Trio 5.25
Rosenmuller Beatus Vir Qui Timet Dominum
5.45 Mozart Symphony No 23 in D, K181