With Sandy Burnett.
Cherubini Overture: L 'Hotellerie Portugaise
6.30 Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 2 in D minor
7.00 Handel Cantata: Tra le Fiamme, HWV170
7.25 Beethoven Six Variations, WoO70
8.00 Britten Courtly Dances (Gloriana)
8.30 Shostakovich String Quartet No 1
Full details of Morning on 3's music are posted atwww.bbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists a fewdays before transmission
Andrew McGregor plays new CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Sarah Walker recommends a recording of Debussy's Children 's Corner.
10.15 A topical review of a new classical compilation, discussed by Julian Lloyd Webber and Andrew Green.
10.30 Misha Donat reviews new chamber music discs, including Beethoven quartets from the Lindsays and the Takacs Quartet.
11.00 An interview with the baritone
11.30 Disc of the Week: Ives Three Places in New England San Francisco SO, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Michael Berkeley meets the writer Howard Jacobson , who has just published his sixth novel, Who's Sorry Now? columnist for The Independent and The Sunday Times, he has also written four works of non-fiction. H is musical choices range from Bach and Schubert to a duet from Bless the Bride, the waltz song from Lehar's Merry Widow and Percy Grainger 's Shallow Brown. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Lucy Duran presents a special live edition of the programme from St George 's in Bristol. Her guests include Senegalese dance sensation Nder, complete with his ten-piece band, and the Afghan group Ensemble Bokhtar, which includes the famous Mahmood brothers.
Introduced by Humphrey Carpenter. Faure Suite: Shylock
French Symphony Orchestra, conductor Laurent Petitgirard
Plazzolla Oblivion Gidon Kremer (violin) Madetoja Suite: Okon Fuoko Finnish RSO, conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste
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From St George 's Bristol, featuring the Partisans playing live contemporary jazz. Phil Robson (guitar), Julian Siegel (reeds), Gene Calderazzo (drums), Thaddeus Kelly (bass). Presented by Claire Martin.
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With Geoffrey Smith.
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Chanson Irresponsable: the Music of Mike and Kate Westbrook. The first of a four-part series celebrating Mike and Kate Westbrook 's creative partnership begins with a look at their latest work, Chanson Irresponsable , and looks back to their early collaborations. Contributors include Guy Barker , Chris Biscoe , Dave Gelly , Roger Deakin and the Westbrooks themselves. See Tuesday 7.30pm
With Philip Dukes (viola).
Mozart String Quintet in G minor, K516 MUSIC LIVE
Live from the Bristol Hippodrome
Christopher Cook introduces Verdi's gripping tale of love, betrayal and murder. This new production by James Macdonald is set in the political ferment of sixties
Washington, where the Duke and his rat pack are about to turn the world of the social upstart Rigoletto upside down.
Chorus and Orchestra of Welsh National Opera, conductor Patrick Summers Parti
8.15 Twenty Minutes: Martin Parr 's Bristol
Instead of the grainy black and white in which photographers usually depict
Britain and her subjects, Martin Parr uses daylight flash and colourfilm. The results are brutally honest, without a hint of nostalgia and often show his subjects in an unforgiving light. He presents his snapshots of Bristol and talks about his current project-taking photographs of mothers and daughters out shopping together at Bristol's out-of-town shopping centre, the Mall at Cribbs Causeway.
8.35 Part 2
Ian McMillan hosts a live edition from the BBC Music Live Festival in Bristol, featuring poetry and storytelling, words from the streets of Bristol and Bath and reflections on the art of song writing. MUSIC LIVE
Verity Sharp visits the Bath Festival and reports on two concerts which took place earlier today. The Royal College of Music's New Perspectives Ensemble plays a sequence of international works mixing eastern origins with western practice: Toshio Hosokawa 's Landscape VI,
Liza Lim 's Voodoo Child, Voyage d'un Reveby QigangChen and Messiaen's Couleurs de la Cite Céleste. And the second part of the programme comes from a concert given by James Wood and the New London Chamber Choir who this year celebrate 20 years on the contemporary music scene. Two anniversary commissions receive their premieres tonight: David Sawer 's
Stramm Gedichte , and Luca Francesconi 's Let Me Bleed; and the concert includes Come Holy Ghost by Jonathan Harvey , and Claude Vivier 's 0 Kosmos.
With Susan Sharpe.
Brahms Cello Sonata No 2 in F. Op 99; String Quintet No 2 in G, Op 111
1.55 Clerambault Apollon et Doris
2.15 Jose Galles Sonatas: No 9 in C minor; No 17 in C minor; No 16 in Fminor
2.25 Bach Little Preludes, BWV939-42
2.35 Haydn Violin Concerto in G, H Vila 4
3.00 Bruckner Symphony No 9 in D minor
4.00 Robert Hacomplaynt Salve Regina
4.15 Chopin Ballade No 2 in F, Op 38
4.30 Donizetti Tombe degli Avi Miei ... Fra Poco a Me Ricovero (Lucia di Lammermoor)
4.40 Balakirev Overture on Russian
Themes 4.50 Nicolaas Arie Bouwman
Overture: Thalia 5.00 Telemann Mercordi
(Pyrmonter Kurwoche) 5.10
Anon Pastorella in G; Sonata in D 5.25 Haydn Symphony No 100 in G (Military) 5.55
J Strauss (son) Polka: Champagne, Op 211