With Edward Seckerson.
Massenet Chantez! (Chansons des Bois d'Amaranthe) Jeremy Filsell (piano), Vasari Singers, conductor Jeremy Backhouse
6.30 Hahn Quintet in F minor
Alexandre Tharaud (piano), Quatuor Parish
7.00 William Wigthorpe Daphne
Joanne Lunn (soprano), Musicians of the Globe, director Philip Pickett
7.30 Tchaikovsky Hamlet (Fantasy
Overture after Shakespeare) New York
Stadium SO, conductor Leopold Stokowski
8.00 Handel Eternal Source of Light
James Bowman (counter-tenor), The King's Consort, director Robert King
8.30 Russo Symphony No 2 (Titans) Maynard Ferguson (trumpet),
New York PO, conductor Leonard Bernstein Full details of Morningon 3's music are posted atwww.bbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists a few days before transmission
Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's newest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Tess Knighton recommends a version of Palestrina's
Missa Papae Marcelli.
10.30 David Nice reviews new orchestral releases from conductors including David Zinman and Christian Thielemann.
11.00 Barry Fox discusses DVD-Audio and Super Audio compact discs.
11.30 Radio 3 's Disc of the Week:
Stanford Suite for Violin and Orchestra
Anthony Marwood ,
BBCSSO, conductor Martyn Brabbins
Michael Berkeley 's guest today is travel writer Colin Thubron , who has described his journeys through the Middle East, western Russia, the remotest regions of China, central Asia and Siberia, winning many literary prizes en route. His musical choices range from operas by Janacek,
Giordano, Cavalli and Puccini to songs by Schubert, Musorgsky, Strauss and Mahler, and a dance by the whirling dervishes. Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow at 6.30pm
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall, London. Katarina Karneus (mezzo), Roger Vignoles (piano)
Mahler Fruhlingsmorgen ; Erinnerung;
Hans und Grethe; Ich Ging mit Lust durch einen Grunen Wald ; Scheiden und Meiden Faure Automne ; Les Berceaux; Au bord de /'Eau; FleurJetee; Le Secret; Dans la Foret de Septembre; Au Cimetière
Sibelius Varen FlyktarHastigt , Op 13 No 4; Den Forsta Kyssen , Op 37 No 1; Diamanten pa Marssnon, Op 36 No 6; Saf, Saf, Susa, Op 36 No 4; Svarta Rosor , Op 36 No 1 (R)
Humphrey Carpenter introduces this week's selection of listeners' requests, including: Stanford Te Deum in B flat
Choir of Ely Cathedral, Gerald Gifford (organ), conductor ArthurWills Pachelbel Canon and Gigue London Baroque
William Grant Still Symphony No
(Afro-American) Detroit SO/Neeme Jarvi
Producer Christina Pritchard. ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice, 8BC Birmingham. B5 7QQ. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: email@example.com
In this week's programme, Stacey Kent introduces music from the BBC Big Band with guest soloist trumpeter Guy Barker.
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With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer Felix Carey. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House, London, W1A4WW FAX: [number removed]
Moondog Charles Shaar Murray presents a profile of the eccentric composer and performer Louis Hardin , aka Moondog, whose radical percussion-driven music was championed in the late fifties by the jazz label Prestige.
Live from the Met: Un Ballo in Maschera nPlacido Domingo conducts Verdi's gripping tale of intrigue, deception and betrayal. The opera is based on the real murder of the Swedish King Gustavus III ata masked ball at the Stockholm opera house in 1792. And Rodney Milnes continues his series Opera Snaps -a sideways glance at each of this season's works.
Verdi Un Ballo in Maschera
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Placido Domingo Act
7.25 Interval: Talking to Gotham
Miles Warde continues his interviews with leading figures from New York's cultural life. Today's subject is Ed Koch -famous for turning New York's fortunes around in his time as mayor. He has since reinvented himself as writer, film reviewer and TVjudge.
7.55 Act 2
8.25 Interval: Met Opera Quiz
Thor Eckert Jr puts listeners questions to Father Owen Lee , Sarah Bryan Miller and Willie Antony Waters.
8.45 Opera Snaps
8.55 Act 3
Josephine Barstowtalks about the role of Amelia in Performing Verdi, tomorrow at 4.45pm
U I rica:
In response to Adam Phillips 's book Monogamy, Russell Davies explores infidelity and commitment from the animal kingdom to marriage and music.
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce eclectic new music on CD, and studio guest Rob Ellis discusses his album of abstract instrumental pieces, Music for the Home.
Mike Stem. Tonight's programme is given overto a concert byjazz-rock guitar hero Mike Stern. Stern studied under
Pat Metheny and is a veteran of Blood, Sweat and Tears, but it was as a member of Miles Davis 's comeback band in the early eighties that he gained popular recognition. Tonight's show includes an interview with Stern and features his latest band: Bob Franceschini on tenor sax, Terri Lyne Carrington on drums, and the bass virtuoso Chris Minh Doky. Producers Steve Shepherd and Kathryn Willgress
With Susan Sharpe. Oily Wilson Shango
Memory Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 4 in G minor Sibelius Symphony No 2
2.20Hindemith Harp Sonata 2.35 Douglas Weiland Piano Quintet, Op 8 3.00 Bartok Five Songs, Op 16 3.20 Janacek Sonata:
1.x.1905 (From the Street) 3.30 Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 1 3.50
Schoenberg Friede aufErden, Op 13 4.05 Cesti Intorno all 'Idol Mio (Orontea) 4.15 CPE Bach Trio Sonata in D 4.30 Mozart Symphony No 26 in Eflat, K184 4.40 Busoni Air Italia
(Seven Elegies) 4.50 Steven Wingfield
Three Bulgarian Dances 5.00 Beethoven
Five Scottish and Irish Folk Songs, Wo0152
5.15 Lutoslawski Dance Preludes 5.25
Milhaud, arr Kimura Parker Suite:
Scaramouche, Op 165b 5.40 Blagoje Bersa Sunny Fields