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: Morning on

With Martin Handley.
Haydn Salve Regina , HXXIIIb 1
Tolzer Knabenchor, L'Archibudelli, conductor Bruno Weil
6.30 Nielsen String Quintet Academy of St Martin in the Reids Chamber Ensemble
7.00 Saint-Saens, arr Luigini Samson et Dalila - Grande Fantasie
LPO, conductor Geoffrey Simon
7.30 Mozart Piano Concerto No 21 in C, K46 7 Stephen Kovacevich , LSO, conductor Colin Davis
8.00 Liszt Mazeppa Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
8.45 Herrmann Suite: Vertigo
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Handley.
Unknown: Haydn Salve Regina
Conductor: Bruno Weil
Unknown: Luigini Samson
Conductor: Geoffrey Simon
Unknown: Stephen Kovacevich
Conductor: Colin Davis
Conductor: Kurt Masur
Conductor: Esa-Pekka Salonen

: Sunday Live

Tommy Pearson introduces music from concerts in Europe, including the Edinburgh festival, the Schwartzenberg Schubertiade and the Matinee series in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. And as Simon Rattle takes up his position as chief conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, a chance to hear them in Mahler's Fifth Symphony.
Tommy Pearson 's guest is Elaine Padmore , director of opera atthe Royal Opera
House, Covent Garden. Music includes:
9.25 Mozart Quintet in E flat for piano and winds, K452 Albrecht Mayer (oboe), Sabine Meyer (clarinet), Adg Jensen (bassoon), Bruno Schneider (horn), Alexander Lonquich (piano)
9.50 Weber Overture: Oberon
Dutch Radio PO, conductor Edo de Waart
10.55 Mahler Symphony No 5 Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle
Email your comments to: sunday.live@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Introduces: Tommy Pearson
Unknown: Simon Rattle
Unknown: Tommy Pearson
Unknown: Elaine Padmore
Oboe: Albrecht Mayer
Clarinet: Sabine Meyer
Clarinet: Adg Jensen
Bassoon: Bruno Schneider
Piano: Alexander Lonquich
Conductor: Simon Rattle

: Bach Cities

Joshua Rifkin continues his tour around the places where Bach lived and worked, and reaches Weimar. Bach first worked here as a violinist and lackey when he was a teenager, returning in 1708 for a stay of nine years during which he wrote most of his greatest works for organ. The original
Weimar chapel was destroyed by fire in the late 18th century, but organist John Butt demonstrates an instrument at the court chapel of Altenburg, where Bach himself once played.

Contributors

Unknown: Joshua Rifkin
Organist: John Butt

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Another chance to hear Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall in London. Jonathan Lemalu (baritone),
Michael Hampton (piano).
Schubert Schwanengesang , D957

Contributors

Piano: Michael Hampton
Piano: Schubert Schwanengesang

: BBC Legends

Alfred Dellerand the Deller Consort
Hilary Finch explores the legacy of countertenor Alfred Deller in the BBC
Archive. Music includes madrigals by Thomas Pilkington and the role written for Deller by Britten, that of Oberon in the opera A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Dellerand
Unknown: Deller Consort
Unknown: Hilary Finch
Unknown: Alfred Deller
Unknown: Thomas Pilkington

: Private Passions

Rptd from yesterday 12 noon

: Brian Kay's light Programme

The Scarborough Spa Orchestra, director Simon Kenworthy , make a welcome return with an Ivor Novello selection and Eric Cook 's Polka Dot. And Ronald Corp and the New London Orchestra play
Felix Godin 's Valse Septembre , immortalised in the recent movie blockbuster Titanic.

Contributors

Director: Simon Kenworthy
Unknown: Ivor Novello
Unknown: Eric Cook
Unknown: Felix Godin
Unknown: Valse Septembre

: Discovering Music

Olivier Messiaen 's Quartet for the End of Time was written and first performed in Stalag8A, a prisoner of war camp in Silesia, in 1941. Ivan Hewett tells the extraordinary story of this staggering music with the help of specially recorded musical examples from LeHuray Ensemble. See Thursday 7.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Olivier Messiaen
Unknown: Ivan Hewett

: Sunday Feature: Swimming toward the Sun

Le Corbusier was arguably the 20th century's greatest architect; an idealist whose "white cube" houses and visionary writings brought him worldwide acclaim. Yet as he grew older, he claimed a connection with the Cathars, a persecuted 13th-century sect. Why would a renowned modernist, an atheist from a Protestant background, insist on an affinity with medieval Catholic heretics?
Jonathan Glancey explores Corbusier's possible reasons and considers the effect this spiritual bond had on his life and work. Producer Rebecca Nicholson

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Glancey
Producer: Rebecca Nicholson

: Choirworks

Edinburgh International Festival 2002 A performance of Handel's last oratorio given last month in the Usher Hall. Introduced by Paul Guinery. Handel Jephtha
Edinburgh Festival Chorus, Scottish
Chamber Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras

Contributors

Introduced By: Paul Guinery.
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Jephtha: Ian Bostridge (tenor)
Iphis: Sarah Fox (soprano)
Storge Jane: Irwin (mezzo)
Hamor: Bejun Mehta (countertenor)
Zebul: Jonathan Lemalu (bass-Baritone)

: Drama on 3

Plasticine
The Royal Court Theatre's production of Vassily Sigarev 's play in which Maksim is a tormented young man trying to survive in a society where no-one can afford to care and where, if anyone slips through the net, they are lost. Everyone seems to be too poor, drunkorviciousto bother about him, and as they scrabble for food, drink or sex, a nightmare vision emerges of an urban underworld out of control.
Sound designer Paul Arditti Composer Gary Yershon Producer Mary Peate Director Dominic Cooke

Contributors

Unknown: Vassily Sigarev
Designer: Paul Arditti
Unknown: Gary Yershon
Producer: Mary Peate
Director: Dominic Cooke
Maksim: Michael Legge
Lyokha: Simon Trinder
Grandmother: Mary MacLeod
Woman atfuneral: Mary MacLeod
Headmaster: John Rogan
Neighbour: John Rogan
Stallholder: John Rogan
Tanya: Myfanwy Waring
Bride: Myfanwy Waring
Natasha: Liz White
Girl: Liz White
Tanya's mother: Liz White
mother: Annabelle Apsion
Woman with bag: Annabelle Apsion
Cadet: Matthew Dunster
Groom: Matthew Dunster
Boy in red jacket: Matthew Dunster
Ludmila: Polly Hemingway
First old woman: Polly Hemingway
Biscuit woman: Polly Hemingway
Lad: Paul Popplewell
Spira: Paul Popplewell
Boy having sex: Paul Popplewell
Sedoy: Danny Webb
Man in window: Danny Webb

: Mixing It

Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present a unique mix of musical styles and influences, including an interview with Rune Kristoffersen about his
Rune Grammofon label, devoted to the most adventurous Norwegian new music.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Sandall
Unknown: Mark Russell
Unknown: Rune Kristoffersen
Unknown: Rune Grammofon

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain.
Prokofiev Violin Concerto No 2
12.30 Hendrik Andriessen Symphony No 4
12.50 Bach Prelude and Fugue in G minor, BWV535
1.00 A performance recorded at the Concert Hall, Oslo, in April this year. Mozart, arr Honeck Requiem
Soloists, Oslo Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Manfred Honeck
1.45 Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor
2.30 Sven-David Sandstrom A New
Heaven and a New Earth 2.40 Franck
Grande Pièce Symphonique, Op 17
3.05 Schubert String Quintet in C, D956
3.55 Einar Englund Symphony No 5
(Fennica) 4.15 John Ireland The Land of Lost Content 4.30 CPE Bach Quartet in D for flute, viola and continuo
4. 50 Villa-Lobos Guitar Etude No 7 in 5.00 Weber Grand Duo Concertant, Op 48
5.25 Brahms Five Songs for Chorus,
Op 104 5.40 Othmar Schoek Ravenna - lied on a poem by Hermann Hesse , Op 24b
5.50 Gaspar Cassado Requiebros

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Hendrik Andriessen
Conductor: Manfred Honeck
Unknown: Sven-David Sandstrom
Unknown: Einar Englund
Unknown: Hermann Hesse
Unknown: Gaspar Cassado Requiebros








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