With Penny Gore.
6.20 Schumann Marchenbilder , Op 113
6.40 Haydn Horn Concerto No 1 in D
7.35 Leo Weiner Serenade
8.00 Beethoven Quartet in F (after Piano Sonata, Op 14 No 1)
8.50 John Adams Tromba Lontana ; Short Ride in a Fast Machine
Presented by Donald Macleod in conversation with Robert Layton. 3: War and Peace
In 1941 Rubbra was conscripted into the army and formed a piano trio to entertain the troops in camps throughout Britain; somehow he also found time to compose. Beauty Is But a Painted Hell (Five Madrigals, Op 51) Voces Sacrae conductor Judy Martin The Morning Watch BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales/Richard Hickox Soliloquy for cello and orchestra Raphael Sommer , LSO, conductor Vernon Handley Piano Trio, Op 68 The Composer (piano), Erich Gruenberg (violin), William Pleeth (cello)
The novelist Hanif Kureishi writes a first draft of a short thriller called The Body. Or possibly, The Body Beautiful but Dead.
With Rob Cowan.
Faure Pavane ORTF Orchestra, conductor Thomas Beecham
10.11 Mozart Piano Concerto in D, K537 (Coronation) Wanda Landowska ,
Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr
10.43 Brahms Dein Blaues Auge Halt So Still, Op 59 No 8; Immer Liese Wird Mein Schlummer, Op 105 No 2 Marian Anderson (contralto), Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Eugene Ormandy
10.50 LP of the Week: Glazunov
Symphony No 6 in C minor
Moscow RSO , conductor Nikolai Golovanov
Artist In Focus: Joshua Bell
Humphrey Burton talks to violinist Joshua Bell about his love of chamber music and his collaboration with Nicholas Maw , whose violin concerto ends today's programme. Debussy Violin Sonata Paul Coker(piano) Ravel Tzigane Chicago SO, conductor Christoph Eschenbach Schubert Sonatina in D, D384 Zoltan Kocsis (piano)
Maw Violin Concerto London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Roger Norrington
The first of Radio 3's spring series of r Sunday afternoon recitals from the Waterfront Hall in Belfast.
Natalie Clein (cello), Julius Drake (piano) Henze Serenade for solo cello
Britten Sonata in C, Op 65
Beethoven Twelve Variations on Mozart's
"Ein Madchen Oder Weibchen" from "Die
Bloch Three Sketches "from Jewish Life"
Natalie Clein - Music: page 25
BBC National Orchestra of Wales Britten An American Overture
Conductor Richard Hickox
Barry Douglas , conductor Richard Hickox Barber Adagio for Strings
Conductor Nicolae Moldoveanu
John Adams Harmonium BBC National
Chorus of Wales, Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, conductor Grant Llewellyn
Simon Thomas and Matt Baker present a selection of after-school listening, including rhythms from Brazil, Germany and South Africa, plus a song about an unsuccessful bandit with a pea shooter.
Live from Truro Cathedral.
Introit: The First Song of Moses (Gibbons). Responses (Ayleward). Office Hymn: The Saint Who First Found Grace to Pen
(Brockham). Psalm 45 (Gauntlett). First Lesson: Ezekiel 1, w4-14. Canticles:
Stanford inC. Second Lesson: 2Timothy 4, wl-11. Anthem: The Twelve (Walton). Hymn: Jesus Shall Reign (Truro; desc.
Ledger). Organ voluntary: Allegro Risoluto from Symphonie No 2 in E minor (Vierne). Director of music Andrew Nethsingha. Assistant organist Christopher Gray.
Sean Rafferty talks to writer Andrew Lamb about his latest survey of music theatre. There's also live music from Trio
Wanderer, and a look ahead to some of the highlights of this year's BBC Proms. Plus arts news and new releases on CD.
Patrick Wright hosts an evening of programmes on the changing face of the British countryside. With live music from June Tabor and her band.
The Two Cultures Debate: Country versus City How great is the divide between the lives and values of those who live in the country and people in the city?
8.00 Rebuilding Jerusalem Patrick Wright explores the reformer's urge to move into the country to remodel society.
8.25 The Echoing Green Jonathan Bate , author of The Songofthe Earth, examines the way writers have reflected and shaped a changing view of the natural world.
9.05 The Countryside and National
Identity A discussion about the changing role of the country in the political and cultural imagination.
9.30 Birdsong a celebration of the soundtrack of country life.
9.45 From Cottages to Cowsheds Jonathan Glancey on the changing architecture of country buildings.
10.00 Pastures New
Once foot and mouth is under control, it will be time to address the future of farming in the UK- if it has one.
Patrick Wright and guests assessthe full extent of the farming crisis and what improvements can be made in rural land use.
Post your comments on the In A Green Shade messageboard at www.bbc.co.uk/radio3
10. 50 Red Sky at Night An elegy for the traditions of shepherds in the Welsh hills. Producers Abigail Appleton , Anthony Denselow , Kirsty Pope
Following tonight's environmental theme, the programme includes How Green Was My Valley?, one of late guitarist
John Fahey 's early recordings. Plus rural and urban themes by Show of Hands and Steve Reich , and location recordings of British birdsong. Presented by Fiona Talkington.
With Jonathan Swain.
Walton Elegy and Scherzetto for organ
12.10 Decsenyi An Epitaph from
Aquincum 12.25 Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No 2 in C minor
1.00 Messaien Méditations sur le
Mystere de la Sainte-Thnite
2.15 Rautavaara Anadyomene 2.25
Nikolai Lopatnikov Scherzo 2.30 Britten, arr Bedford Suite: Death in Venice
de la Sainte-Thnite
3.00 Together: an Assembly for Schools
3.20 Ghostwriter 3.30 Drama Workshop
3.50 Dance Workshop
4.10 Music Workshop
Per Pieta (Cosi fan Tutte)