With Martin Handley.
Brahms Three Intermezzi, Op 117
6.30 Mozart Serenade in C minor for wind instruments, K388
7.00 Nicolas de Grigny A Solis Ortus (Premier Livre d'Orgue)
7.25 Crusell Clarinet Concerto No 2 in Fminor, Op 5
8.00 Mendelssohn Overture: The Hebrides (Rngal's Cave)
8.40 Niels Gade Echoes ofOssian, Op 1
Full details of Momingon 3'smusic are posted atwww.bbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists a few days before transmission
Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Anthony Burton recommends a recording of Barber's Violin Concerto.
10.10 Co-president of the Cannes
Classical Awards, David Hurwitz , talks about the idea behind the awards and this year's winners, announced this week.
10.30 Simon Heighes reviews new releases of early music: Bach from MusicaAntiqua, Koln, and from the Academy of Ancient Music, Volume 2 of Moffat's
Concerti Grossi ; Orlando Gibbons's keyboard music from the late John Toll and the Huelgas Ensemble singing settings of Virgil.
11.00 An interview with Benjamin Frith , whose recordings include several volumes of piano music by Mendelssohn and John Field , including Field's complete concertos.
11.30 Disc of the Week: Rameau Suite in G
Alexandre Tharaud (piano)
Producers Mark Lowther and Andrew Lyle
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Michael Berkeley meets award-winning children's author Philip Pullman , whose latest book The Amber Spyglass, the last in the trilogy His Dark Materials, has been shortlisted forthe Whitbread prize. His musical passions range from Cecilia Bartoli singing an aria from Vivaldi's Giustino, Vladimir Ashkenazy playing
Prokofiev's second piano concerto, and Tippett's Concerto for double string orchestra, to the Drifters, Louis Jordan and the Miles Davis Sextet.
Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Lucy Duran travels to Paris and meets Vietnamese classical musician
Tran Quang Hai , who introduces her to jazz guitarist Nguyen Le and to veteran pop star Bach Yen. Paris is also the home to the seventies Congolese rumba maestros Kekele, who this weekend launch their latest album at the famous New Morning club. And Kasse Mady - Mali's most cherished griot singer - shows off the vibrant Malian music scene.
Humphrey Carpenter presents this week's selection of listeners' requests, including: Ponchielli Capriccio Burkhard Glaetzner (oboe), Berlin Symphony Orchestra, conductor Claus-Peter Flor
Prokofiev Peter and the Wolf Lenny Henry (narrator), Nouvel Ensemble Instrumental du Conservatoire National
Superieurde Paris, conductor Jacques Pesi Alwyn Autumn Legend
Nicholas Daniel (cor anglais), City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox Messiaen Poemes pour Mi (Book 2) Judith Beckmann (soprano),
Saarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Hans Zender
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Stacey Kent chats to one of the greatest performers around today, Salena Jones. Producer Keith Loxam. ADDRESS: Jazz Line-Up,
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Geoffrey Smith presents listeners' selections from Paris 1900-68.
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Live from the Met:
Idomeneo Mozart 's greatest opera seria, in which
Idomeneo, King of Crete, battles with the gods to escape a vow which condemns him to kill his own son. During the interval
Rodney Milnes continues his series Opera Snaps- a sideways glance at each of this season's Met operas.
Chorus and Orchestra of the New York
Metropolitan Opera, conductor James Levine Act
A chance to hear Placido Domingo and the Metropolitan Opera's artistic director James Levine in conversation.
7.25 Act 2
8.15 The Met Quiz Opera Quiz
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Station, PO Box 805, New York, NY 10150
8.30 Opera Snaps With Rodney Milnes.
8.35 Act 3
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Procession to the Private Sector
In 1936 the poet David Gascoyne had a dream he felt of "collective as well as individual import". From this sprang his surrealist film scenario Procession to the Private Sector, first broadcast on Radio 3 in 1998 in an adaptation as a "film for radio" by Sean Street , with music by John Surman and featuring Simon Callow as the Camera. David Gascoyne died late last year at the age of 85. In commemoration of this important figure in 20th-century European literature Radio 3 is broadcasting this production again.
Sarah Walker introduces a programme of music focusing on German and Austrian composers. The BBC Symphony Orchestra performs Mit den Riesenstiefeln by Kurt Schwertsik, and Detlev Glanert's Piano Concerto, with Jean-Louis Steuermann as soloist and Jurjen Hempel conducting. Plus On a Clear Day by Markus Trunk, conducted by Zsolt Nagy, and works from last year's Donaueschingen Festival, including a piece by Trunk's teacher Aivin Lucier, Ovals, and Clemens Gadenstatter's Polyskopie, played by the Hilversum Radio Chamber Orchestra under Peter Eotvos.
With Jonathan Swain.
A concert given by the Suk Trio at Wyngrachttheater Kerkrade in 1987:
Suk Elegie, Op 33
Smetana Piano Trio in G minor, Op 15
Dvorak Piano Trio in E minor, Op 90 (Dumky)
2.15 Bach Orchestral Suite No 2 in B minor, BWV1067
2.35 Crusell Sinfonia Concertante in B flat, Op 3
3.05 Bruckner Symphony No 4 in E flat (Romantic)
4.25 CPE Bach Quartet in D for flute, viola and continuo, Wq94
4.50 Cavalll Sonata a 8
5.00 Giovanni Razzi O Vergin Santa Non M'abbandonare
5.10 Nicolas Chedeville Sonata for two flutes, Op 8
5.25 Debussy Estampes
5.40 Gotovac The Balkan Song and Dance, Op 16
5.55 Kreisler Tambourin Chinois