With Tommy Pearson.
Gabrieli Canzon Septimi Toni a 8 6.25 Albicastro Violin Sonata, Op 9 No 12 (La Follia)
7.00 Dvorak Overture: Carnival
7.45 Rodrigo Triptic de Mossen Cinto
8.00 lbert Bacchanale
8.10 Anon Non E Gran Causa
5: The late 1680s to 1699
Donald Macleod concludes this week's series with a look at the reasons why
Charpentierwas never employed at Louis XIV's court and the impact this may have had upon the composer. Without ever having held an official court position it is unclear why Charpentier wrote many of his largerworks, including one of the best-known, his Te Deum in D. Te Deum in D Annick Massis (soprano), Magdalena Kozena (mezzo), Eric Huchet and Patrick Henckens (tenors),
Russell Smythe (baritone), Jean-Louis Bindi (bass), Choir and Orchestra of Les Musiciens du
Louvre, conductor Mark Minkowski
Mass: Assumpta Est Maria Les Arts Florissants, director William Christie
Writer, anthropologist and academic
Ted Chamberlin concludes the series about his book If This Is Your Land, Where Are Your Stories?, a collection of the stories and songs of aboriginal people around the world.
With Rob Cowan.
Handel Comfort Ye; Every Valley (Messiah) Aksel Schiotz (tenor), Copenhagen Youth Orchestra, conductor MogensWoldike
10.14 Uszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 6 in D London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Antal Dorati
10.27 Chopin Mazurkas Ignace Friedman (piano)
10.39Zelenka Trio Sonata No 1 in F
Heinz Holliger and Maurice Bourge
(oboes), Klaus Thunemann (bassoon), Lucio Buccarella (double bass),
Christiane Jaccottet (harpsichord)
10.57 Mendelssohn Symphony No 5 in D (Reformation) Boston Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Charles Munch
In the last of this week's series Tommy Pearson introduces performances from the Royal Northern College of Music brass and wind festivals.
Williams Fairey Band, conductor Howard Snell Ireland Overture: Comedy
RNCM Wind Orchestra, conductor Timothy Reynish Milhaud Suite Française
Canzonetta, conductor Jeffrey Wynn Davies Patrick Larley A Girl for the Blue Giles Swayne African Magnificat
Martin Winter (cornet), Williams Fairey Band, conductor Howard Snell Holst A Moorside Suite
Wilfred Heaton Sinfonia Concertante; The Golden Pen
A concert given at Buxton Opera House in Derbyshire last year. Introduced byPetroc Trelawny.
Lisa Milne (soprano), lain Burnside (piano) Wolf Alte Weisen (Six Songs of Gottfried Keller ); Abendbilder(Lenau) Debussy Ariettes Oubliées
Rodrigo 4 Madrigates Amatorios (R)
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Dvorak Overture; In Nature's 's Realm
Conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk
Haydn Symphony No 100 in G (Military) Conductor Alexander Titov
Komgold Violin Concerto
Chantal Juillet , conductor Osmo Vanska Prokofiev Symphony No 5 Conductor Alexander Titov
Julian Joseph profiles the guitar innovator from Indianapolis. Wes Montgomeryfirst came to prominence touring in Lionel Hampton 's band, and went on to develop a widely imitated style. The programme includes highlights of a concert recorded forthe BBC in 1965, featuringthe quartet of Montgomery with Harold Mabern
(piano), Arthur Harper (bass) and Jimmy Lovelace (drums).
Humphrey Carpenter explores the new exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, Ingres to Matisse: the Triumph of French Painting, which focuses on 50 French masterpieces from the early 19th century to the thirties, rarely seen outside the United States. Plus updates on what's happening in the arts world and a review of the latest classical CD releases.
A concert given earlier this week in St Paul 's Cathedral as part of the City of London Festival. Saxophonist Courtney Pine and the London Community Gospel Choir perform a programme of contemporary and traditional songs, including Constant Love, Happy Are the People and Oh Happy Day.
Every year since 1967 there has been something in space from Leicester. At the end of Architecture Week, Richard Coles chairs a special programme before an audience in the futuristic rocket tower of Nicholas Grimshaw 's new National Space Centre in Leicester.
Tonight's programme features a studio session from Tarika, Madagascar's most successful musical export. Theirsound has been described as "virtuoso traditional music with the energy of punk rock." Visit the Andy Kershaw Message Board at bbc.co.uk/radio3.
Chris Batchelor 's Big Air
This week's show is dedicated to Chris Batchelor and Steve Buckley 's Big Air project. In addition to Batchelor on trumpet and Buckley on reeds, BigAirfeatures Oren Marshall on electric tuba and veterans of the New York downtown-scene pianist Myra Melford and drummer
Jim Black. The music is entitled Ten Tall Tales and was commissioned from Batchelor and Buckley by Jazz On 3. This broadcast premiere was recorded at the Wardrobe in Leeds. Introduced by Jez Nelson.
Producers Steve Shepherd and Kathryn Willgress
With Jonathan Swain. A complete performance of Rossini's two-act opera Adelaide di Borgogna. 3.05 Rosenmuller Sinfonia a 4 3.10 Bach Violin Concerto No 1 in A minor, BWV1041 3.20 Arensky Suite No 3, Op 33 (Variations) 3.45 Hummel
Viola Sonata in E flat, Op 5 No 3 4.05 Wolf Italian Serenade 4.15 Schumann Variations on a theme by Clara Wieck4.30 Mendelssohn Overture: Calm Sea and Prosperous
Voyage 4.45Tartini, arr Kreisler Variations on a theme of Corelli 4.50 Paganini
Variazioni di Bravura 5.00 Rossini Overture:
The Thieving Magpie 5.10 Andre Caplet
Divertissement No 2 (A I 'Espagnole) 5.20 Debussy Violin Sonata 5.30 Albicastro Concerto a 4, Op 7 No 12 5.45 Debussy Prélude a I 'Apres-midi d'un Faune