With Fiona Talkington.
6.40 Parry Lady Radnor's Suite
7.20 Adams Short Ride in a Fast Machine
7.35 Scarlatti Sonata for two guitars, KklO9
8.00 Stravinsky Rag-time for 11 instruments
8.40 Copland El Salon Mexico
Full details of Morning on 3's music are posted at www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists a few days before transmission
With Geoffrey Smith.
Malcolm Arnold March: The Padstow
Lifeboat Royal Ballet Sinfonia, conductor Gavin Sutherland
9.05 Chausson Les Papillons, Op 2 No 3; La Cigale, Op 13 no 4; Le Colibri, Op 2 No 7 Ann Murray (mezzo),
Graham Johnson (piano)
9.10 Danzi Wind Quintet in A, Op 68 No 1 Michael Thompson Quintet
9.30 Beethoven Piano Sonata in C sharp minor, Op 27 No 2 (Moonlight) Radu Lupu
9.50 Handel Rinaldo: Act 1, Scenes 6-7
10.10 Ravel Sonata for violin and cello
Nigel Kennedy , Lynn Harrell
10.30 Byrd The Bells
Lorenzo Ghielmi (organ)
10.40 Bartok Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta Salzburg Camerata
Academica, conductor SandorVegh
11.15 Bach Offne Dich, Mein Ganzes Herze (Cantata 61: Nun Komm, der
Heiden Heiland) Emma Kirkby (soprano),
London Baroque, director Charles Medlam
11.20 Mahler, compl Cooke Symphony No 10 (excerpt) Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
Producer Mark Lowther
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Michael Berkeley 's guest is the scholar, biographer and art historian
Frances Spalding , whose musical choices include works by Vivaldi, Glinka, Musorgskyand Billie Holiday.
Lucy Duran is joined by Moshe Morad and Simon Broughton for a review of what's new in world music. Plus a specially recorded studio session with two of India's leading classical instrumentalists, Shahid Parvez and Ronu Majumdar.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces this week's selection of listeners' requests, including: Somervell The Shropshire Lad
Christopher Maltman (baritone), Graham Johnson (piano)
Rawsthorne Piano Concerto No 2
John Ogdon (piano), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor John Pritchard Grant Still Miss Sally's Party
Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series of Minnesota, conductor Philip Brunelle Producer Christina Pritchard. ADDRESS: Listeners'
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Stacey Kent and Brian Morton are live at the Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, at a special concert to commemorate the centenary of jazz master Louis Armstrong 's birth. Producer Keith Loxam.
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Geoffrey Smith introduces a special edition of the programme to mark the 100th birthday of Louis Armstrong. Producer James Parkin. ADDRESS: Jazz Record
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Robert Crumb 's Sweet Shellac
The American cartoonist Robert Crumb chooses more music from his collection of 78 rpm records from the twenties and thirties. Today's programme is devoted to jazz around the world.
From the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, John Tavenertalks to
Sarah Walker about his music and introduces performances of his chamberworks. The Child Lived Sofia Serra (soprano), Dominic Pecheur (cello) lero Oniro Gudrun Olafsdottir (soprano), Ensemble from Trinity College of Music, conductor Benjamin Wolf Samaveda
Kate Royal (soprano), Juliet Bausor (flute)
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Featuring John Tavener 's new work, commissioned to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Bach Choir. Tavener's meditation on the cosmos is followed after the interval by Hoist's magical vision of the heavens. Presented by Petroc Trelawny . Patricia Rozario (soprano),
Deacon Meliton (bass), Bach Choir , Waynflete
Singers, BBC Philharmonic, conductors David Hill and Yan Pascal Tortelier
John Tavener Song of the Cosmos (first performance)
8.25 Twenty Minutes
The writers on astronomy John Gribbin and Jacqueline Mitton consider how life on Earth is determined by distant objects in space and how observation of the night sky has affected the perception of human life.
8.45 Hoist Suite: The Planets
Repeated Thursday at 2pm
Hill Song No 2; The Merry King BBC Philharmonic, conductor Richard Hickox
This week in the series about writers abroad, Gillian Slovo travels to St Petersburg to find out from the inhabitants what it means to live in a city that has changed its name so many times.
From this year's Hoxton New Music
Festival, Sarah Walker presents works by Clarence Barlow and Tim Souster.
Clarence Barlow Estudio Siete: a "Metamorphosis for player piano; 1981 for violin, cello and piano; ... Until.... version 7 for guitar; Textmusic No 11for piano;
Variazioni e un Pianoforte Meccanico for pianist and player piano Apartment House Tim Souster World Music for tape and ensemble Sound Intermedia, Electroctet, director Peter Britton
With Jonathan Swain. Mozart Serenade in D, K239 (Serenata Notturna); Piano Concerto No 13 in C, K415; Four
Contradances, K267; Piano Concerto
No 24 in C minor, K491 2.25 Schutz Wohl Denen die Ohne Wandel Leben
2.30 Strauss Suite in B flat for 13 wind instruments, Op 4 2.55 Francalx
Divertissement for bassoon and strings
3.20 Sibelius Symphony No 2
4.00 Bach Prelude and Fugue No 5 in D, BWV8 74 (Well Tempered Klavier, Bk 2)
4.10 Albrechtsberger Trombone Concerto in B flat 4.30 Wagner Overture:
Tannhauser4.5O Delius, arr Fenby Intermezzo (Fennimore and Gerda)
5.00 Geminiani Concerto Grosso No 12 in D minor(La Folia) 5.15 Nicolal Overture: The Merry Wives of Windsor 5.25 Verdi Ella Giammai M'Amo (Don Carlos)
5.40 Beethoven Wellingtons Sieg, Op 91 (Die Schlacht bei Vittoria)