With Edward Seckerson.
Weber, arr Liszt Polonaise Brillante
Leslie Howard (piano), Budapest SO, conductor Karl Anton von Richenbacher
6.25 Faure Piano Quintet No 1 in D minor Jean Hubeau (piano), Quatuor Via Nova
7.00 Corelli Concerto Grosso in D, Op 6
No 4 Europa Galante, director Fabio Biondi
7.30 V Martynov Come in Gidon Kremer , Tatyana Grindenko (violins), Kremerata Baltica, conductor Eric Klas
8.00 Vaughan Williams Prelude: 49th
Parallel London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Bernard Hermann
8.40 Strauss Dance of the Seven Veils
(Salome) Berlin PO, conductor George Solti Full details of Momingon 3'smusic 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: lain Burnside recommends a version of Schumann's
Davidsbundlertanzeftom recordings by pianists ranging from Alfred Cortotto Andras Schiff and Imogen Cooper.
10.30 Chris de Souza reviews some recent recordings of orchestral music, including the completion of two notable symphony cycles: Vaughan Williams conducted by Bernard Haitink and Shostakovich with Neeme Järvi.
11.00 An interview with violinist
David Angel and cellist Michal Kaznowski of the Maggini String Quartet. The group's repertoire ranges from Haydn to MacMillan, but its recordings focus on British music, most recently Vaughan Williams.
11.30 Radio 3's Disc of the Week:
Beamish The Imagined Sound of Sun on Stone John Harle (saxophone), Swedish
Chamber Orchestra, conductor Ola Rudner Producers Andrew Lyle and Mark Lowther
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Michael Berkeley 's guest today is Michael Holroyd , the acciaimed biographer of Lytton Strachey , George Bernard Shaw and Augustus John. His choices include The Battle on the Ice from Prokofiev's
Alexander Nevsky , a symphony by Franz Berwald , part of Schoenberg' early tone-poem Verklarte Nacht , a Beethoven string quartet and a song by Burt Bacharach. Executive producer Wendy Thompson Repeated tomorrow at 3pm
Lucy Duran celebrates the programme's new Saturday slot with a visit to Rio de
Janeiro to meet leading Brazilian singer
Caetano Veloso. In the sixties his tropicalia style redefined Brazilian music, and after 40 years of songwriting he is still searching for new ways to portray Brazil in music.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces this week's selection of listeners' requests, including: Egk French Suite Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ferenc Fricsay
Milhaud Suite: La Cheminée du Roi Rene
Reykjavik Wind Quintet
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 4 in F minor Berlin Philharmonic , conductor Herbert von Karajan
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Stacey Kent introduces a concert by the Tim Garland Dean Street Underground Orchestra, recently recorded at the BBC Maida Vale Studios.
Producer: Keith Loxam.
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With Geoffrey Smith.
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- the Music of John Zorn
A series built on a rare in-depth interview with jazz saxophonist John Zorn.
3: Torture Garden. Perceiving a spiritual link between free jazz and thrash metal, Zorn embraces the music of Napalm Death. Audiences love the resulting groups Naked City and Painkiller, butZorn is dropped by Nonesuch Records. (R)
Live from the Met: Lulu
The current Met Season ends on a note of high drama with Berg's powerful story of the beautiful but doomed Lulu, the ultimate femme fatale, caught in a sordid web of murder and desire as she uses and is used by the men in her life. During the interval Rodney Milnes completes his series Opera Snaps, a sideways glance at each of this season's Met operas.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor James Levine Act
7.35 Interval: Lustmord
The art historian Frank Whitford talks to
Christopher Cook about sex, drugs and murder in Weimar, Germany during the twenties and early thirties: the themes of Alban Berg 's opera Lulu, which was composed during this period.
7.55 Opera Snaps
8.05 Act 2
9.00 Interval: The Met Opera Quiz William Livingstone puts listeners' questions to Carolyn Abbate , John Ardoin and Terrence McNally.
9.30 Act 3
Texaco sponsors the Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network which is broadcast on Radio 3 through the EBU
DrSchon/Jack the Ripper:
Verity Sharp reports from the London
Sinfonietta's State of the Nation weekend at London's South Bank Centre, with a live relay of multi-media work It's a Beautiful Night from Here to the Trembling Stars by composer Keith Johnson and artist Sarah Came . This work combines electro-acoustic music with video to chart the transit of a pulsar across the night sky. Also tonight, highlights from concerts earlier in the day featuring emerging British composers.
With Jonathan Swain.
Gershwin Overture: Of Thee I Sing:
Rhapsody No 2; Fascinating Rhythm; How Long Has This Been Going on ?; The Man I Love; I Got Rhythm; An American in Paris;
Overture: Strike Up the Band 1.55 Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor, Op 34 2.40 Bach Cello Suite in C minor, BWV1011 3. 10
Anon Mass in 5 voices 3.30 Mozart Violin
Concerto in D, K218 4.00 Liszt Ballade No 2 in B minor4.15 Johann Mertz Hungarian Fatherland Flowers 4.35 WF Bach
Sinfonie in F, F67 4.45 Rossini Overture: La Gazza Ladra 5.05 Palestrina Ad Te
Levavi Oculos Meos 5.15 Chopin
Preludes, Op 28 Nos 16-20 5.35 A
Halevy La Reine de Chypre (excerpt) 5.50 Balakirev Overture on the Themes of Three Russian Songs