With Penny Gore.
6.35 Haydn String Quartet in C, Op 20 No 2
7.00 Handel Overture: Rodrigo
7.45 Steve Lodder
Sainte Chappelle 8.00 Adams The Chairman Dances (Nixon in China)
8.45 Hoist Oriental Suite: Beni Mora
(1901-88). 1: Berlin. Around 1922
Frederick Loewe had five popular songs published in Berlin.Thought to be lost, the songs were recently discovered in New
York and have been specially recorded for this morning's programme. Donald Macleod isjoinedforthis week's programmes by musicals expert Adrian Edwards. Music includes excerpts from the musicals My Fair Lady, Brigadoon,
What's Up?and The Day Before Spring, and five early songs: Kathrin, Schatz Noch ein Mal, Dunkelrote Rosen , Sag'ja, Schatz Ich Bitt ' Dich Se Moglichst Leise Producer Johannah Smith
In her London studio ceramicist
Alison Britton talks about the making of her large, painted architectural pieces. Producer Hannah Andrassy
With Rob Cowan and Jonathan Swain. Berlioz Overture: Roman Carnival
Lamoureux Orchestra, conductor Ferenc Fricsay
10.15 Rossini La Passegiata Quartettino Arleen Auger (soprano),
Jennifer Larmore (mezzo), John Aler
(tenor), Steven Kimbrough (baritone), Dalton Baldwin (piano)
10.22 Saint-Saens Violin Concerto No 3 in B minorNathan Milstein, Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Anatole Fistoulari
10.51 Bach Partita No 6 in E minor,
BWV830 Alexis Weissenberg (piano)
11.13 Bernstein Prelude, Fugue and Riffs Columbia Jazz Combo, directed by the Composer
From the East of England
A summer's journey through the east of England sampling some of the delights of this year's local music festivals. Today
Fiona Talkington presents music from the Oundle and Kings Lynn festivals.
Vaughan Williams Songs ofTrave/Stephan Loges (baritone), Eugene Asti (piano) Bach, transcr Dupre Sinfonia from Cantata No 29 Jeremy Filsell (organ)
Bach Violin Sonata No 3 in E, BWV 1016
Tasmin Little (violin), Martin Roscoe (piano) Finzi Let Us Garlands BringStephan Loges (baritone), Eugene Asti (piano)
Dupre Prelude and Fugue in C, Op 36 No 3; Canon; Carillon (SeptPieces, Op 27) Jeremy Filsell (organ)
Live from the Wigmore Hall, London, presented by Stephanie Hughes. Magdalena Kozena (mezzo), Malcolm Martineau (piano)
Brahms Madchenlied ; Das Madchen Spricht; Madchenfluch
Ravel Histoires Naturelles Dvorak Love Songs, Op 83 Repeated next Sunday at lpm
A week of programmes featuring descriptive music. Presented by Tommy Pearson.
Elgar Overture: Cockaigne (In London Town) Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending YuriTorchinsky(violin)
Hoist Suite: The Planets
Female voices of Chester Festival Chorus
Younger listeners are invited on a scary journey to Transylvania in search of the missing Count Korsakov. Join private investigator Ann Dante on a musical murder-mystery. Each suspicious character in the case is identified with a particular musical instrument and listeners are invited to help Ann Dante crack the case by listening to all the musical clues very carefully. Visit the Radio 3 website at [web address removed] for detective notes and back-up material, but be ready to hit the site on Wednesday 19 December during the final episode if you think you know who did it.
Story and script Di Sherlock. Music Peter Willmott.
Music performed by members of the BBC Philharmonic.
Story and script:
Members of the BBC
Tommy Pearson presents some of his favourite music from films for children.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and a roundup of the arts news. And throughout this week, a look at
Christmas traditions around the world.
In a concert given at the Barbican,
London, last night, Berg's visions of night and love contrast with the architectural majesty of Bruckner's Ninth Symphony, left unfinished at his death in 1896. Susan Chilcott (soprano), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Donald Runnicles Berg Seven Early Songs
Bruckner Symphony No 9 in D minor
Mozart String Quartet in D minor, K421 (R)
Few people have influenced the waywe think about art more than John Berger. His television series Ways of Seeing was an attempt to see art and aesthetics as part of the world in which we live. On winning the Booker Prize for his novel G in 1972, he famously attacked the sponsors and announced that he would be sharing the prize money with the Black Panthers. Now 75, he talks to Patrick Wright about writing, painting, politics and over 40 years of tireless intellectual enquiry.
Verity Sharp island-hops from Sicily to Madagascar and back to the mainland with a taste of flamenco from Juan Martin.
With Susan Sharpe.
Linko Piano Concerto No 2
12.25 Karlowicz 9 Songs 12.40 Grieg Peer Gynt: Suite No 2
1.00 Lars-Erik Larsson String Quartet No 3, Op 65; Nine Songs to Poems by Hjalmar Gulberg ; Piano Concertino, Op 45 No 12
1.55 Haydn Mass in B flat, HXXII 13 (Schopfungsmesse) 2.40 Schubert String Quintet in C, D956 3.30 Kraus Sinfonie in E flat3.50 Handel Return 0
God of Hosts (Samson, Act 2) 4.00 Saint-Saens Samson et Dalila (Act 1, finale);
Rêverie a Blidah; Suite Algérienne;
Valse Mignonne in E flat, Op 104 4.10 Granados Four Tonadillas 4.20 Michelangelo Rossi Toccata No 7 in D minor (Toccate Correnti )
4.25 Morales Motet: Andreas Christi
Famulus a 8 4.30 Telemann Sonata in C
(DerGetreue Music Meister) 4.40 Chopin Scherzo No 4 in E, Op 544.50 Weber Overture: The Ruler of the Spirits
5.00 Lars-Erik Larsson Missa Brews, Op 43
5.10 Humperdinck Dream Pantomime
(Hansel and Gretel) 5.20 Fesch Concerto in G for two flutes, Op 5 No 2 5.30 Sibelius Spring Song, Op 16 5.40 David Wlkander Spring Night 5.50 Wagenaar Overture: Fruhlingsgewalt, Op 11