With Martin Handley.
Mozart Adagio in C, K61 7a Bruno Hoffmann (glass harmonica)
6.35 Beethoven Violin Sonata in A, Op 4 7 (Kreutzer) Josef Suk , Jan Panenka (piano)
7.00 Schubert Two Scherzos, D593 Christian Zacharias (piano)
7.35 Poulenc Organ Concerto
Peter Hurford , Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit
8.00 Rossini Overture: La Gazza Ladra
RPO. conductor Thomas Beecham
8.40 Janacek String Quartet No 1 (Kreutzer Sonata) Skampa Quartet
Full details of Mornirig on 3'smusic 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: David Owen Norris recommends a recording of Poulenc's Concert Criampetre from among those currently available.
10.10 A look at some recent re-issues of 1 historic recordings.
10.30 David Nice reviews new releases of orchestral music with an eastern
11.00 An interview with violinist
Sarah Chang , including news of her latest disc underthe baton of Placido Domingo.
11.30 Disc of the Week:Anthell Ballet
Mecanique Philadelphia Virtuosi CO, conductor Daniel Spalding
Producers Mark Lowther and Andrew Lyle.
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Michael Berkeley 's guest today is poet
Alan Brownjohn , who celebrated his 70th birthday this year. His musical choices include an early recording of a Monteverdi madrigal directed by Nadia Boulanger , songs by Debussy, Reynaldo Hahn and Peter Warlock , a late Beethoven string quartet, and an extract from Tippett's The Mask of Time. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Michael Berkeley 's Kind of Day: page 146
Lucy Duran experiences the music of the Mediterranean rim from Turkeyto Morocco with Necmi Kalvi , creator of London's
Hubble Bubble Festival, musicjournalist Andy Morgan , and record producer and restaurant owner Momo. Plus a studio performance from Turkish group Anatolia.
Humphrey Carpenter presents this week's selection of listeners' requests, including: Barber Capricorn Concerto Linda Lukas (flute), Peggy Michel (oboe), John Wilds
(trumpet), San Diego Chamber Orchestra, conductor Donald Barra
Vianna da Motta Piano Concerto in A
Artur Pizarro , Gulbenkian Orchestra, conductor Martyn Brabbins
Dvorak Bagatelles , Op 4 7Jiri Panocha and Pavel Zejfart (violins), Jaroslav Kulhan (cello), JaroslavTuma (harmonium)
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Stacey Kent chats to broadcaster
Alyn Shipton , the author of a new publication on the history of jazz. Plus a guide to who's around the UKjazz scene this week. Producer Keith Loxam
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With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer James Tatam. ADDRESS: JazzRecord
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Miles Davis . Ian Carr presents the last programme of this series. In the early eighties Miles Davis steadily regained his trumpet-playing magnificence and once again drew together leading players, including Bob Berg , John Scofield and Marcus Miller.
Shostakovich String Quartet No 13, Op 138 (R)
The Royal Opera's new production of Janacek's opera with an international cast led by Finnish soprano Karita Mattila in the title role. Presented by Christopher Cook , with contributions from some of the singers and the production team.
Royal Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Bernard Haitink
7.45 Interval: Jenufa and Its Origins Tom Rosenthal explores the play by Gabriela Preissova on which Janacek based his opera. (R)
8.05 Act 2
9.00 Interval: Rack and Ruin Jonathan Glancey of The Guardian explores the artistic potency of ruins. (R)
9.15 Act 3
Silja Sensation: page 27
Kosteinicka, her stepmother:
Laca, Jenufa's cousin:
Steva, his younger half-brother:
Karolka, their daughter:
Barena, servant at mill:
Jano, shepherd boy:
Susan Greenfield , Professor of Pharmacology at Oxford University, theologian Eamon Duffy , and John Carey , Merton Professor of English Literature at Oxford University, join Joan Bakewell to answer questions sent in by listeners. Producer Anna Cox
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Verity Sharp introduces new scores by younger British composers in a special studio concert given by the BBC Symphony Orchestra under Pascal Rophe at their Maida Vale base earlierthis month. Graham Lynch Invisible Cities
Tom Ingoldsby Wave Etchings for piano and orchestra Rolf Hind (piano) JobyTalbot Lover's Ink
Colin Riley The Inside Springs
Plus new works recorded at the Hoxton New Music Days and the State of the Nation weekend, conducted by Peter Wiegold. Deirdre Gribbin Jack B Composers Ensemble
Jody Talbot minus 1500 London Sinfonietta
With Susan Sharpe. Liszt Funérailles
(Harmonies Poétiques et Religieusesj;
Sposalizio; // Penseroso; Sonetto No 104 del Petrarca (Annees de Pèlerinage, Second Year); Tarantella Musorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition 2.15 Blow Venus and Adonis
3.25 Grieg Piano Concerto in A minor
3.55 Telemann Concerto in D for two horns
Elegy, Op 234.30 Faure Nocturne No 6 in D flat, Op 634.40 Groneman Flute Sonata in E minor4.50 A Scarlatti Jam Sole Clarior
5.05 Rossini Introduction, Theme and Variations in B flat 5.20 JG Meder Sinfonia, Op I No 4 5.35 J de Torres Cantada al
Santisimo Afectos Amantes 5.45 Wagner Overture: Der Riegende Holländer