With Martin Handley.
6.35 Dvorak The Water Goblin
7.04 Uccellini Aria Quinta sopra La Bergamasca (Book 5)
7.35 Rameau Hippolyte et Aricie (excerpts)
8.04 John Adams
Lollapalooza 8.33 Shostakovich Suite: Cheryomushki Full details of Momingon3smusic are posted at wwwbbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists a few days before transmission
Andrew McGregor plays new CD releases.
9.30 Buildinga Library: Stephen Plaistow recommends a recording of Mozart's Piano Concerto No 22 in Eflat, K482.
10.15 A look at some recent re-issues.
10.30 Jeremy Summerly reviews new releases of early choral music, including the latest release from Paul Hillier 's
Theatre of Voices and the King's
Consort's collection of coronation music.
11.00 An interview with soprano
Emma Kirkby about her latest recording of songs by American composer Amy Beach.
11.30 Disc of the Week: Debussy Pelleas etMelisande (excerpt) An neSofie van
Otter (soprano), Wolfgang Holzmair and Laurent Naouri (baritones), French National Orchestra, conductor Bernard Haitink Producers Mark Lowther and Andrew Lyle
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Michael Berkeley talks to the historian Niall Ferguson, whose writings range from a history of the Rothschild banking empire to an analysis of the causes and effects of the First World War, and most recently, a study of the complex relationship between politics and economics. Niall Ferguson spent some time in Germany as a student and his musical choices pay tribute to German culture, especially the music of Schubert, Beethoven and Wagner; but he acknowledges his Scottish origins in two songs by Robert Burns and his passion for jazz with a piece by Cannonball Adderley. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Lucy Duran visits Lisbon, home of the Portuguese song-style fado, and visits the city's top fado cafe. She meets musicians from some of Portugal's former colonies who have settled in Lisbon, including a water-drum ensemble from Guinea-Bissau and Angolan singer WaldemarBastos.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
MacCunn The Ship o' the Rend
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Martyn Brabbins Delius Songofthe High Hills
Freda Hart (soprano), Leslie Jones
(tenor), RPO, conductor Thomas Beecham Khachaturian Masquerade Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
Producer Anthony Sellors. ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice, BBC Birmingham, B5 7QQ. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: email@example.com
Stacey Kent talks to David Mossman , manager of the Vortex Jazz Club in Stoke Newington. As the fight to save this famous
London jazz venue continues, Mossman has enrolled Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts as patron of the club. Producer Keith Loxam. ADDRESS: Jazz Line-Up,
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With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer James Tatam. ADDRESS: Jazz Record
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Better Get It in Your Soul
Brian Priestley continues his series exploring the work of Charles Mingus.
Afterthe setback of Eric Dolphy 's death in 1964 Mingus withdrew from performing and composing but bounced back with the publication of an autobiographical book and the formation of a new group featuring pianist Don Pullen and saxophonist
George Adams. With contributions from Jimmy Owens , Jack Walrath ,
Howard Johnson , GaryGiddins and Sue Mingus.
Rising star soprano Alexandra von der Weth takes the title role in Richard Strauss 's rarely staged tale of love and metamorphosis.
Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, conductor Stefan Soltesz
von Der Weth
von Der Weth (soprano)
Beethoven Octet in E flat, Op 103
Conductor Sachio Fujioka
Takashi Yoshimatsu Symphony No 1 (Kamui-Chipak)
Ian McMillan chairs the late-night word cabaret. Tonight there's new writing from South African novelist Nadime Gordimer , described as "the literary voice and conscience of her society". And as spring turns to summer, a Punch and Judy booth visits the studio, with an alternative show written from Judy's perspective.
As part of this year's Brighton Festival,
Sarah Walker presents two concerts given in St Nicholas's Church by the ensemble
Ixion. The programme focuses on featured Brighton Festival composers
Robert Saxton and Stephen Montague and on premieres of specially written works by Tara Guram and Alison Kay. Also featured are the premiere of a Brighton Festival commission to celebrate its 40th anniversary-Andrew Toovey's Mus/c for the Painter Jack Smith -the UK premieres of Ettelijke Bange Einden by Michael Finnissy , Chris Newman 's Broken Promises and works by young European composers. With Rowland Sutherland (flutes), Andrew Smith (clarinets) and Antony Gray (piano).
With Jonathan Swain. Three Nielsen symphonies played by the Danish
National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Michael Schonwandt.
Nielsen Symphonies: No 1; No 3 (Sinfonia Espansiva); No 5 2.45 A Scarlatti
Concerto Grosso No 1 in Fminor2.55
Bach Partita No 6 in E minor, BWV830
3.15 Hummel Piano Quintet in E flat, Op 87
3.35 Haydn Symphony No 9 in C
4.00 Mozart Four Notturni 4.10 Gounod, arr Liszt Waltz from Faust
4.25 Jacques Duphly Courante : La Boucon
4.35 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F, BWV104 74.45 Alexander Alabiev Overture in F minor 5.00 Rautavaara
Vigilia (excerpts) 5.15 William Baines Piano Sonata No 2 in A minor, Op 13
(Nocturne) 5.25 Alblnonl Concerto a 5 in D minor, Op 9 No 2
5.40 Antonia Valente Lo Ballo dell Intorcia
5.50 Sibelius Suite Champêtre