With Edward Seckerson.
Hildegard of Bingen Ave Generosa
6.30 Lalo Cello Concerto in D minor
7.00 McCartney Love Duet and Celebration (Standing Stone)
7.30 Sibelius Kullervo and His Sister
8.00 Richard Rodney Bennett Murder on the Orient Express
8.30 Rosza Violin Concerto (2nd mvt) (Lento Cantabile)
Full details of Morning on 3'smusic are posted at www.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: David Owen Norris recommends a version of Ibert's
10.30 Sarah Walker reviews recent keyboard discs, including Leif Ove
Andsnes playing Liszt, Sarah Laimon playing Copland and Ives, plus recordings of music by Philip Glass , John Cage and Daryll Runswick.
11.00 An interview with oboist-turned-conductor Paul Goodwin , his relationship with the Academy of Ancient Music and the ECO, and his recent recordings of music by John Tavener and Elgar.
11.30 Radio 3's Disc of the Week:
Schumann Violin Sonata No 3 in A minor, WoO27 Isabelle Faust (violin), Silke Avenhaus (piano)
Producers Andrew Lyle and Mark Lowther
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Michael Berkeley 's guest today is Irish author Jennifer Johnston , whose bestselling novels include The Captains and the Kings, The Railway Station Man and most recently The Gingerbread
Woman. Music runs through much of her work and her choices include some Irish monastic singing, an excerpt from
Mozart's Requiem, Schubert's Shepherd on the Rock, Jacqueline Du Pre playing Elgar's Cello Concerto in E minor, and songs by Cole Porter and Irving Berlin. Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow at 6.30pm
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London. Gaudier Ensemble
Mozart/Druce Quintet Movement in Ffor clarinet, basset horn, violin, viola and cello, K580b
Beethoven Septet in E flat, Op 20 (R)
Humphrey Carpenter introduces this week's selection of listeners' requests, including: Liszt Les Préludes
Chicago SO, conductor Daniel Barenboim Messiaen Messe de la Pentecote
Gillian Weir (organ)
Hovhaness Symphony No 50 (Mount St Helens) Seattle Symphony Orchestra, conductor Gerard Schwarz
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Claire Martin presents a special edition from the Vortex Club in Stoke Newington, north London, featuring many of the prominent names that have appeared there overthe past ten years. Producer: Keith Loxam.
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With Geoffrey Smith.
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Central Avenue Sounds: The Swing Era In another programme in the series exploring the musical life of Central Avenue in Los Angeles, Alyn Shipton looks at the impact of the swing era, when Nat "King" Cole, ArtTatum and Duke Ellington appeared in this vibrant street of clubs. He also finds out from Gerald Wilson about the arrival of Jimmie Lunceford in the West. and Gerald Wiggins recalls the Californian big band led by Les Hite.
Live from the Met: Cosl Fan Tutte
In Mozart's opera on the theme of female constancy two men decide to test their lovers' devotion bydisguising themselves as Albanians and trying to seduce them.
During the interval Rodney Milnes continues his series Opera Snaps- a sideways glance at each of this season's Met operas. Mozart Cosi Fan Tutte
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Patrick Summers Actl
8.05 Interval: Met Opera Quiz
Brian Zeger puts listeners' questions to Ken Benson , Martin Bernheimer and Terrence McNally.
8.25 Opera Snaps
8.35 Act 2
1: Protest Song
By the Fratelli Brothers. A musical celebration of the British way of protest, which tries to discover what it takes for people to leave their armchairs for Hyde
Park or Trafalgar Square. With readings by Suzannah Hirst , Ian Kelly and Malcolm Ridley , and music by Ted Barnes ,
Ewan MacColl and Andrew Lovett , and the Fratelli Brothers - Richard Heacock , Neill MacColl and George Taylor. Directed by the Fratelli Brothers 2: The Exeter Riddles
By Jeremy Arden. The Exeter riddles are not like ordinary puzzles: they are part of an ancient tradition of learning through memorable metaphor-they are kennings, much valued in the Anglo-Saxon world. Each of the four riddles ends with a challenge to the listenerto provide the answer. Featuring Lore Lixenberg
(contralto), Jozik Kok (baritone) and Liz Cowdrey (violin). The speakers are GB Arden and Tom Hollander.
Director Jeremy Arden. Producer Catherine Bailey
Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences.
Jez Nelson introduces the hotly anticipated British concert in the current tour of cult US keyboard trio MMW - John Medeski (organ/keyboards), Billy Martin
(drums/percussion) and Chris Wood
(bass) - recorded at a packed Barbican in London last month. And Jez Nelson celebrates the 40th anniversary of Oliver Nelson 's classic recording Blues and the Abstract Truth.
Producers Steve Shepherd and Kathryn Willgress
With Jonathan Swain. Wagner Wesendonk
Lieder Varese Arcana Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor 2.25 Jelic Vesperae Beatae Mariae Virginis 3.25 Martin Cello Concerto
3.50 Debussy Images 4.05 CPE Bach Flute Concerto in A minor, Wql66 4.35 Diethelm Suite of Variations on a Swiss
Folk Song, Op 294 4.45 Soler Fandango in D minor 5.00 Mozart Overture: Lucio Silla
5.10 Durante Concerto per quartetto No 3 in E flat 5.25 Grainger Colonial Song 5.40 Brahms Five Choral Songs, Op 104 5.55 Scott Joplin , arr Hamelin Maple Leaf Rag