With Martin Handley.
Haydn String Quartet in B flat, Op 1 No 1
6.50 Schiitz Ich Hebe Meine Augen aufzu den Bergen
7.00 Hoist St Paul's Suite
7.35 Weber Piano Concerto No 1 in C
8.00 Dvorak Carnival Overture
8.40 Milhaud Suite Provençale
Full details of Momingon 3 's music are posted at www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists afewdays before transmission
Andrew McGregor plays new CD releases.
9.30 Building Library: Nick Morgan recommends a recording of Messiaen's Turangalila symphony.
10.15 A look at some recent re-issues.
10.30 Martin Cotton reviews new recordings of late Romantic music, including Mahler's Symphony No 2 from Riccardo Chailly and Schoenberg's Gurreliederfrom Simon Rattle.
11.00 An interviewwith the pianist Richard Goode.
11.30 Disc of the Week: Excerpts from the recent complete recording of Messiaen's organ music performed by Olivier Latry on the organ of Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris. Producers Mark Lowther and Andrew Lyle
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Michael Berkeley 's guest is leading South American writer Mario Vargas Llosa. He has written critical studies of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Flaubert, Sartre and Camus, and novels such as The War at the End of the World, Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, The Notebooks of Don Rigobertoand his latest, The Feast of the Goat. In 1990 he ran for the presidency of Peru. His musical passions include Don Giovanni , Mahler's Resurrection symphony, Sibelius's Violin Concerto and Stravinsky's Firebird. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Gillett and DJ John Armstrong for a roundup of what's new on the world-music scene.
And, live in the studio, a session from Afro-Peruvian diva Susana Baca , whose new album Espiritu Vivo has just been released.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Kem, arr Robert Russell Bennett A Symphonic Story of Jerome Kern Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, conductor William Steinberg
Ravel Valses Nobles et
Sentimentales Gwendolyn Mok (piano)
Bliss Suite: Checkmate Ulster Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley
Lipinsky Violin Concerto No 2
Igor Iwanow , Polish National Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Stanislaw Wislocki Vaughan Williams Five Mystical Songs John Shirley-Quirk (baritone),
Choir of King's College, Cambridge, ECO, conductor David Willcocks
ProducerAnthony Sellors. ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice,
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From this year's Cheltenham Jazz
Festival, Claire Martin introduces bassist Christian McBride and his band, with Geoff Keezer on piano, Roan Blake on reeds and Terreon Gully on drums. Producer Keith Loxam. ADDRESS: Jazz Line-Up.
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With Geoffrey Smith.
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Better Get It in Your Soul
Brian Priestley continues his series exploring the work of composer, bassist and bandleader Charles Mingus. In 1960 Mingus organised an alternative festival at Newport, with drummer Max Roach. Mingus and Roach collaborated again in 1962 - with Duke Ellington - on a trio recording, Money Jungle. In the same year Mingus assembled a big band for an ill-fated concert at New York's Town Hall, but it was a new 11-piece group that provided the vehicle for his studio masterpiece of 1963, The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady. With contributions from John Handy ,
Roland Hanna , Dannie Richmond , Charlie Mariano , George Wein and from Mingus himself.
A rare chance to hear Spontini's dramatic and lyrical opera which pits love against duty and humanity against fanaticism.
Julia has reluctantly taken vows as a vestal virgin and she guards the sacred flame, but when Licinius returns from the wars herworld begins to fall apart. Christopher Cook presents this new production from
English National Opera. Between the acts he talks to director Francesca Zambello.
Chorus and Orchestra of English National Opera, conductor David Parry
A performance given in the Pittville
Pump Room as part of the Cheltenham Festival 2000.
Beethoven String Quartet in B flat. Op 130 (with Grosse Fuge , Op 133, as finale)
Ian McMillan hosts the showcase of new writing, performance and the best in global literature, featuring this week a newly commissioned work from Irish writer
John Banville. For The Verb he has written a new radio piece, Stardust: Three Monologues of the Dead, in which we hearthe voices of the astronomers Copernicus, Kepler and Newton. For Banville they are immortals and this piece captures them ruminating among the stars.
I the second report from this year's State of the Nation weekend Verity Sharp presents highlights from the final day.
Sarah Nicolls , winner of the 2000 British Contemporary Piano Competition, performs new works by Stuart MacRae , Ben Foskett , Luke Bedford and Jonathan Cole , and the London Sinfonietta under
Martyn Brabbins premieres works by Hilda Paredes , Paul Clay and James Olson among others. There is also an overview of several of the various workshops which have been running all weekend.
With Jonathan Swain. Beethoven Cello
Sonatas: in G minor, Op 5 No 3; in A, Op 69
1.55 A performance of Gounod's sacred trilogy for solo voices. Barbara Frittoli
(soprano), LidiaTirendi (mezzo), Zoran Todorovich (tenor), Davide Damiani (baritone), Budapest Radio Chorus,
Frankfurt RSO, conductor Marcel lo Viotti Gounod Mors et Vita
4.20 Hindemith Trauermusik
4.30 Carl Friedrich Abel Cello Sonata in A
4.40 Handel Suite in G, HWV350 (Water Music) 4.50 Mozart Overture:
Don Giovanni 5.00 Bach Toccata in D, BWV912
5.15 Grieg Peer Gynt: Suite No 2
5.40 Pierre Mercure Pantomime
5.50 Glinka Kamarinskaya