With Martin Handley.
ByrdDom/neDeusOmn/potensCardinall's Musick, director Andrew Carwood
6.45 Delius The Walk to the Paradise
Garden (A Village Romeo and Juliet) Vienna PO, conductor John Barbirolli
7.00 Haydn Notturno in C, H 1132 Mozzafiato, L'Archibudelli
7.35 Hoist Prelude and Scherzo, Op 52 (Hammersmith) European Winds, conductor Geoffrey Brand
8.00 JC Bach Overture: La Calamita de
Cuori Hanover Band, conductor Anthony Halstead
8.30 Mozart Piano Concerto No 12 in A, K414 Malcolm Bilson , English Baroque Soloists, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
This week Stephanie Hughes presents orchestral performances from Antwerp, Ravenna and Frankfurt, a piano recital from Cesky Krumlov Castle and part of a reconstruction of a mass bythe Hilliard Ensemble. Plus arts news from the Sunday papers with Cathy Packe. Ives The Unanswered Question
Frankfurt RSO, conductor Hugh Wolff
9.30 Mozart Symphony No 19 in E flat Vienna Concentus Musicus, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
9.45 Sibelius Tapiola , Op 112
Frankfurt RSO, conductor Hugh Wolff
10.05 Isaac Motet : Virgo Prudentissima Hilliard Ensemble
10.10 Dvorak Poetic Tone Pictures, Op 82 (excerpts) Igor Ardasev (piano)
10.45 Strauss Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche, Op 28 Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor James Levine
11.10 Martinu Three Czech Dances
Igor Ardasev (piano)
11.30 Janacek Sinfonietta Swedish RSO, conductor Mark Wigglesworth Producer Anthony Sellors.
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Ivan Hewett talks to conductor
Marin Alsop about her plans forthe Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, choreographer
Siobhan Davies explains how she is helping the young dancers of the future, and a report on Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road project.
Another chance to hear last Monday's recital from the Wigmore Hall in London. Alice Coote (mezzo), Julius Drake (piano) Schubert Am Bach im Fruhling, D361; Du Bist die Ruh', D776;DerZwerg, D771 Debussy Chansons de Bilitis
Schumann Frauenliebe und-leben, Op 42 (R)
Stephen Johnson continues his survey of BBC archive recordings of the Halle
Orchestra with a look at its approach to modern music. With seventies recordings of Bruno Maderna conducting Webern and Charles Groves conducting Lennox Berkeley's Symphony No 3.
Rpt from yesterday 12 noon
Ronald Binge's saxophone concerto performed by Aage Voss and the South German Radio Orchestra, conducted by the composer. Plus music by Eric Coates , Archibald Joyce and Richard Rodney
Bennett, and a selection of melodies from Lehar's The Merry Widow.
Gerard McBurney investigates the subtleties of Haydn's Military symphony-his 100th. Specially recorded examples from the BBC Philharmonic explore Haydn's use of military instruments and their place in a Symphony. See Wednesday 2.00pm
Iceland. Since the Second World War
Iceland has experienced a blossoming of native literature. Julian Evans talks to
Gudberger Bergsson , Olafur Gunnarsson and others about how Icelanders relate to their epic medieval sagas and to the dominating influence of the late Nobel Prize-winning novelist Halldor Laxness.
Let the Peoples Sing
Radio 3 hosts the grand final of the European Broadcasting Union competition for amateur choirs, live from the Queen Elizabeth Hall , London. Featuringtenof the finest choirs in Europe and Canada, plus the participation of choirs in Budapest, Toronto, Warsaw and Vienna. Introduced by Paul Guinery.
Children's Choirs: Cantata Junior Choir
(UK), conductor Michael Kibblewhite ;
Szczygielki (Poland), conductor Dagmara Matysik. Youth Choirs: Newfoundland Symphony Youth Choir (Canada), conductor Susan Knight ; Cantate Youth Choir (Hungary), conductor
Ferenc Sapszon ; Latvian Music Academy Choir (Latvia), conductor Arvids Platpers
7.30 Twenty Minutes
Paul Guinery chairs a mini-debate about the world of choral singing with guests Susan Knight , James O'Donnell and Robin Gritton.
7.50 Adult Choirs: Chorus Sine Nomine
Johannes Hiemetsberger ; Exultate Chamber Singers (Canada), conductor John Tuttle ; Coro
Misto (Denmark), conductor Soren Birch ; the Gents (Netherlands), conductor Peter Dykstra ; Akademski Pevski ZborTone
Tomsic (Slovenia), conductor Sojan Kuret Before the final result is announced, the Norwegian choir Embla, prize winners at the competition in 1999, perform live.
By Terence Davies. The stunning radio debut of leading film-maker
Terence Davies : a haunting portrait of four elderly people in a hospital ward, where they pass their last few days living on their memories.
Director Terence Davies
Today Robert Sandall and Mark Russell talk to Dutch sampling artist Solex, aka Elisabeth Esselink , who finds inspiration for her compositions in all manner of pi aces.
With Susan Sharpe. Gesualdo 0 Vos Omnes
12.15 Dvorak Trio in E minor, Op 90
(Dumky) 1.00 Gesualdo Tribulationem et Dolorem /wen/Soriano Dixit Dominus Palestrina, arr Soriano Missa Papae
Marcelli Gesualdo Tenebrae Responses for Good Friday2.25 Debussy Images
2.40 Lipatti Aubade 3.05 Schumann
Symphony No 3 in E flat, Op 97 (Rhenish)
3.40 Mozart String Quartet in B flat, K458 (Hunt) 4.05 Bizet Parle-moi de Ma Mere (Bizet) 4.15 Albero Recercata , Fugaand Sonata in G4.30 Graf Flute Sonata in E minor4.50 Auric, arr Lane Suite: The
Lavender Hill Mob 5.00 Anon Kyrie Eleison
5.10 Paganini Cantabile 5.25 Forster Dulcis Amore Jesu 5.35 Bach Violin
Concerto in A minor, BWV1041
5.50 Trad, arr Vasyl Podadyuk Carpathian Ornaments and Poltavan Polka