With Martin Handley.
Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra, conductor Juha Kangas
6.40 Stamitz Symphony in C, Op 13/16 No 5
London Mozart Players, conductor Matthias Bamert
7.00 Palestrina Gaude ,
Barbara Chanticleer , director Joseph Jennings
7.40 Delibes Ballet Music: Le Roi S'amuse Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Thomas Beecham
8.00 Dargomizhky Bolero
USSR Academic Symphony Orchestra, conductor Yevgeni Svetianov
8.35 Dvorak The Water Goblin
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Istvan Kertesz
Full details of Morningon 3's music 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: Sarah Walker recommends a recording of Schumann's Faschingsschwank aus Wien, Op 26, from among those currently available.
10.10 Graeme Kay reports on the recording sessions for a new disc by organist Gillian Weir , played on the instrument built by her late husband in Hexham Abbey.
10.30 Michael Oliver reviews some recent opera recordings, including two portraits of Sir John Falstaff from Verdi and Vaughan Williams , plus a Verdi rarity and an Offenbach perennial.
11.00 An interview with American composer John Adams. He talks about his close relationship with the record industry and about his most recent project on disc, El Nino.
11.30 Disc of the Week: Poulenc Figure Humaine Accentus Chamber Choir, conductor Laurence Equilbey
Producers Mark Lowther and Andrew Lyle.
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Today Michael Berkeley 's guest is writer Will Self , who started his career as a cartoonist, became known for his provocative journalism, and last year published a critically acclaimed third novel, How the Dead Live. His eclectic choices include music by Lassus and Massive Attack.
Repeated tomorrow 3pm
On the first anniversary of the first World
Routes, Lucy Duran introduces a series of special reports from across the world.
Juan Carlos Jaramillo visits one of South
America's leading folk festivals:
Colombia's Festival Vallenato; Michael Church reports from Japan, where all school children will soon be taught traditional music; and Peter Culshaw meets the French-Galician-Basque Manu Chao , whose album has become a world music bestseller.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces this week's selection of listeners' requests, including: Sibelius Andante Festivo
Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Leif Segerstam
Peter Racine Fricker Violin Concerto,
Op 11 Yfrah Neaman , Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Norman Del Mar
Beethoven Piano Sonata in F sharp, Op 78 ArturSchnabel
Producer Christina Pritchard. ADDRESS: Listeners'
Choice. BBC Birmingham. B5 7QQ. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week's guest, Curtis Stigers , returns from pop music tojazz, and chats to Stacey Kent about his new CD Baby Plays Around. Producer Keith Loxam.
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With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer James Tatam. ADDRESS: Jazz Record
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Miles Davis. In this fourth programme, Ian Carr begins in 1969 with the launch of the jazz-rock fusion movement. For the album In a Silent Way, Miles moved away from acoustic instruments and used three electric keyboards played by Chick Corea , Herbie Hancock and Joe Zawinul , with John McLaughlin 's electric guitar. It was a natural progression from this to the controversial Bitches Brewproject.
Live from the New Theatre, Cardiff.
Today's Opera on 3 is the Welsh National Opera's new production, directed by Patrice Caurier and Moshe Leiser , of the opera which Beethoven later reshaped as Fidelio. The focus in this original 1805 version is squarely on human themes, and its optimism dates from the years before Beethoven's personal reaction against the Napoleonic regime. Before Act 3, Terry Waite gives his own thoughts on the way the opera tackles the subject of political imprisonment and liberation. Introduced by Nicola Heywood Thomas.
Welsh National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Yves Abel
Brahms Pieces for piano, Op 116(R)
Scientist Steven Rose , historian Theodore Zeldin , and Professor of English at Oxford University John Carey are on this week's panel discussing questions sent in by listeners. Chaired by Joan Bakewell. Producer Anna Cox.
Questions can be sent to: The Brains Trust. BBC North, Manchester. M60 1SJ. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Verity Sharp talks to Henk Heuvelmans about the Gaudeamus Music Week in Amsterdam this month, and plays music by some of the young rising stars of the international music scene, includinga special focus on new music from the Russian Federation.
With Jonathan Swain.
Schubert Impromptus , D935; Three Pieces, D946 Alfred Brendel (piano)
2.00 Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 in E minor3.00 Bach Orchestral Suite No 2 in B minor, BWV1067
3.20 Mendelssohn Organ Sonata No 6 in D minor3.35 Grieg, arr Horowitz Double Bass Concerto in A minor
3.55 Buxtehude Singet dem Herrn ein Neues Lied, BuxWV98
4.10 Glinka Clarinet Trio in D minor
(Pathetique) 4.35 Brahms Hungarian Dances (excerpts) 5.00 Bizet Carmen:
Suite No 15.10 Debussy Prélude a l'Après-midi d'un Faune 5.20
Schumann Marchenbilder , Op 1135.35 Wagrowca Toccata in Elevazione; Ave Maris Stella ; Fantasia super Secundum Tonum
5.50 Arnold Three Shanties