With Martin Handley.
Grieg Symphony in C minor Gothenburg SO, conductor Neeme Jarvi
6.30 Sweelinck Te Deum Laudamus Netherlands Chamber Choir, conductor Peter Phillips
7.00 JC Bach Sinfonia Concertante in C Academy of Ancient Music, director Simon Standage
7.40 Debussy, orch Caplet Suite: Children's Corner ORTF National Orchestra, conductor Jean Martinon
8.00 Rimsky-Korsakov Piano Concerto in C sharp minor Geoffrey Tozer, Bergen PO, conductor Dmitri Kitaienko
8.35 Schumann Symphony No 4 in D minor Hanover Band, conductor Roy Goodman
Live from the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Stephanie Hughes launches the first day of programmes in Going Dutch, Radio 3's week-long celebration of the musical life and culture of the Netherlands. Including performances from the 2002 Utrecht Festival of Early Music; Russian music from the Rotterdam Philharmonic under their chief conductor Valeri Gergiev; and the winner of the 2002's Hertogenbosch singing competition. And at 10.00 a live Coffee Concert of French music by the Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra with Spanish conductor Salvador Mas Conde and young French violinist Philippe Graffin. Music includes:
10.00 Berlioz: Overture: Beatrice and Benedict
10.10 Saint-Saens: Violin Concerto No 2 inC
10.40 Bizet: L'Arlesienne: Suite No 2
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Netherlands Radio Symphony
From early polyphonic composers to the cutting-edge new music and jazz scenes of recent decades, the Netherlands is a key location in musical history. In this live show from Amsterdam's De Ijsbreker, Andrew McGregor looks at the city's energetic musical life and considers its place in the wider Netherlands, talking to key figures, including Gustav Leonhardt, Frans Bruggen, Pierre Audi and Peter Schat.
Jonathan Swain presents recordings made by the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra under three of its principal conductors: Willem Mengelberg conducts Wagner and Mahler, Eduard van Beinum conducts Debussy and Hendrik Andriessen, and Bernard Haitink conducts Ligeti and Ravel.
Recovery, restoration and resistance are the recurrent threads in this half-hour journey by ear through the streets, canals and culture of the Netherlands' most vibrant city. Devised and produced by Christopher Cook and Antony Pitts.
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Andrew McGregor presents a concert recorded yesterday at the Concertgebouw. Miranda van Kralingen (soprano), Nieuw Sinfonietta of Amsterdam, conductor Peter Oundjian
Grieg: Holberg Suite
Britten: Les Illuminations
Geert van Keuien: Five Karelian Songs (first performance)
Schoenberg: Verklarte Nacht
Nieuw Sinfonietta of
Once described as "a European heavy metal answer to American minimalism", Louis Andriessen's compositional style can be as radical as his politics. Preceding this evening's Performance on 3, which features the first performance of his La Passione, John Tusa talks to the leading Dutch composer about his life and work - and the interaction between them.
Verity Sharp introduces a concert from "Passion", a festival of the music of Holland's leading composer, Louis Andriessen, live from the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London
Monica Germino (violin), Cristina Zavalloni (mezzo), London Sinfonietta, conductor Oliver Knussen
Andriessen: Ittrospezione 3 (Concept 2); De Snelheid
8.20 Twenty Minutes: Dutch Icons
The legacy of Dutch artist Mondrian and the De Stijl movement he helped set up in 1917. A range of Dutch artists, designers and commentators explain why they're still influenced by Mondrian's ideas.
8.40 Andriessen: La Passione for voice, violin and ensemble (first performance)
Paul Guinery introduces a concert given last week in Utrecht.
Netherlands Chamber Choir, conductor Micha Hamel
Vivier: O! Kosmos (1973)
Koechlin: Kyrie; Gloria (Petits Choeurs Religieux, 1935)
Poulenc; Salve Regina (1941)
Tippett: Dance, Clarion, Air (1952) Koechlin Alleluia; Benedictus
Tippett: The Weeping Babe (1944) With Barbara Borden (soprano)
Koechlin: Agnus Dei
Saint-Saens: Calme des Nuits; Les Fleurs et les Arbres (Two Choruses, Op 68)
Rob Zuidam: Nella Citta Dolente (1998)
Tippett: The Windhover, The Source (1942)
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall investigate Amsterdam's vibrant experimental music scene and talk to Elisabeth Esselink, aka Solex, Israeli-born composer Daniel Landau, legendary punk outfit the Ex and Dadaist sound poet Jaap Blonk. They also visit the studios of STEIM, the city's centre for electro-instrumental music, and talk to its director, composer-inventor Michel Waisvisz.
With Jonathan Swain.
Bach Violin Concerto in A minor,
BWV1041 12.20 Brahms Symphony No 3 in F 1.00 Faure Requiem, Op 48
1.35 Szymanowski Piano Sonata No 2 in A, Op 21 2.05 Kuhnau Biblical Sonata No 5 (Gideon, the Saviour of Israel)
2.15 Rautavaara Magnificat
2.30 Nielsen Symphony No 2 (The Four Temperaments) 3.05 Silvius Leopold Weiss Lute Suite in D minor
3.20 Brahms Meine Liebe IstGrun; Wie Melodien Zieht Es Mir; Feldeinsamkeit
3.30 Mozart Symphony No 29 in A, K201
4.00 CPE Bach Zur Einfiihrung des HP
Gasie, Wq250 4.25 Albert Moeschinger Wind Quintet on Swiss Folk Songs, Op 53
4.45 Corelli Sonata in B minor for two violins and guitar 5.00 Schubert German Dance No 1 in A, D769 5.05 Hummel Trio for two violins and cello 5.25 Durante
Concerto No 8 in A (La Pazzia)
5.45 CFE Homeman Overture: Aladdin