With Martin Handley.
Beethoven Piano Sonata in E, Op 109
6.45 Vivaldi Credo in Unum Deum, RV591
7.00 Damase 17 Variations, Op 22
7.35 Barber Violin Concerto
8.00 Balakirev Overture: King Lear
8.45 Lutoslawski Little Suite
Full details of Morning on 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 CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Robert Cowan recommends a recording of Bartok's six string quartets from those available.
10.15 A look at some recent re-issues.
10.30 David Fanning reviews new releases of piano music, including Ravel's s complete solo piano works recorded by Angela Hewitt.
11.00 An interview with Melanne Mueller and Simon Foster about the launch of theirrecord label, Avie.
11.25 Disc of the Week: Wagner The Ring (excerpts) Placido Domingo (tenor), Royal Opera House Orchestra, conductor Antonio Pappano
Producers Mark Lowther and Andrew Lyle
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Michael Berkeley meets Wendy Cope , whose witty, epigrammatic style has made her one of the best-loved poets of our time. Her musical passions encompass sacred works byTallis and Britten, a Handel recorder sonata, a Mozart piano sonata, a Beethoven string quartet and Judith Weir 's The Romance of Count
AmaldOS. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Lucy Duran marks the official launch of World on Your Street, Radio 3's celebration of the diverse musical cultures to be found across the UK. She is joined in the studio by collaborative DJs Rita Ray and Max Reinhardt , together with Frontomfrom, a band of Britain-based Nigerian musicians. Plus a musical get-together of Paraguayans in Finchley and a celebration of the Tamil New Year with singer Susheela Raman.
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Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
ETA Hoffmann Overture: Undine Berlin RSO, conductor
Lothar Zagrosek Grainger Molly on the Shore Bournemouth Sinfonietta, conductor Kenneth Montgomery
Minkus Don Quixote Royal Opera House Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth Elgar The Banner of St George
London Symphony Chorus. Northern Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
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Claire Martin live from Manchester, and a round up of jazz events in the North West. Producer Keith Loxam. ADDRESS: JazzLine-Up,
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With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer Felix Carey. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House. London, W1A4WW FAX: [number removed]
BetterGetltin Your Soul. Brian Priestley presents the first in a new six-part profile of the great American composer, bassist and bandleader Charles Mingus , who was born 80 years ago this month. With contributions from saxophonist
Buddy Colette and trombonist Britt Woodman , with whom Mingus grew up in Los Angeles, as well as lifelong supporters Max Roach and Nat Hentoff , and later employees Don Butterfield and John Stubblefield.
Live from the Met: Lulu
In Alban Berg 's powerful opera based around two notorious plays by Frank Wedekind , the beautiful but doomed Lulu first appears among a parade of wild animals. She faces a series of encounters with different men, falling deeply into a web of murder and desire. Yet however dark the story becomes, it is suffused throughout with Berg's sumptuous orchestral colours.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor James Levine Actl
7.40 Interval: New York Stories
British writer James Lasdun recalls his days as a volunteer in an East Side homeless shelter.
8.05 Act 2
9.05 Interval: The Met Opera Quiz
9.25 Opera Snaps With Rodney Milnes.
9.30 Act 3
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Jack the Ripper:
Ian McMillan presents Saturday night's line-up of new writing, performance and literature from around the world. Tonight Julian Barnes talks about the writing of illness and his new English translation of the deathbed diaries of Alphonse Daudet - a forgotten masterpiece of 19th-century French literature. There's performance and discussion of the French chanson and its equivalent in English, and from
Greenland, a report on how a population of just 50,000 sustains an Inuit language and literature.
Verity Sharp presents a concert including several new works especially written for the Goldberg Ensemble , recorded at the Leeds College of Music in February. Adrian Spillett (marimba), Goldberg Ensemble , director Malcolm Layfield
Howard Skempton Sarabande for string orchestra
Joe Duddell Generation
Christopher Fox Shadow Cast
Naomi Waltham-Smith Chronochromes for marimba and strings (first performance) And the BT Scottish Ensemble with Colin Currie perform Joe Duddell 's Snowblind for marimba and strings in a recording from the Queen's Hall in Edinburgh.
With Jill Anderson.
Chausson Chanson Perpetuelle, Op 3 7 Debussy Cinq Poemes de Baudelaire Faure La Bonne Chanson, Op 61
1.55 Wilhelm Peterson-Berger Flowers from Froso, Book 22.20 Wagner Siegfried Idyll 2.40 Bruckner Te Deum in C
3.10 Papandopulo Rapsodia Concertante
3.25Shostakovich Symphony No 1
4.10 Madetoja Ballet Suite: Okon Fuoco , Op 584.30 Bach, transcr D'Albert Passacaglia in C minor, BWV582
4.40 Handel, arr Walsh The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Solomon)
4.50 Kaski East Karelian Rhapsody
5.05 Peri Uccidimi Dolore ! 5.15 Mozart, arr Danzi Duos from Cosi Fan Tutte
5.25 Mozart Vado Ma Dove, K583
5.35 Dvorak Slavonic Dance in B flat, Op 72 No 6 5.45 Brahms Tragic Overture