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: Morning on 3

With Fiona Talkington.
Palestrina Stabat Mater a 8 6.30 Brahms Trio in A minor, Op 114
7.00 Prokofiev Overture on Hebrew
Themes, Op 34
7.20 Handel Suite No 5 in E, HWV430
8.08 Monteverdi Gloria a 7 8.20 Poulenc Violin Sonata (rev 1949)

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Talkington.
Unknown: Palestrina Stabat Mater
Unknown: Monteverdi Gloria

: Sunday Live

Stephanie Hughes presents the best of music-making from around Europe with concerts from Helsinki, Schwarzenberg, Prague and Salzburg. And at around
10.00 today's guest is the artist Martin Maloney. Music includes:
Schumann Three Romances
Albrecht Mayer (oboe), Alexander Lonquich (piano)
9.35 Martinu Cello Concerto No 1
Michal Kanka , RLPO, conductor LiborPesek
10.40 Beethoven Quintet for piano and winds, Op 16 Albrecht Mayer (oboe),
Sabine Meyer (clarinet), Bruno Schneider (horn), DagJensen (bassoon), Alexander Longquich (piano)
11.15 WF Bach Flute Concerto in D
Christian Gurtner , Wiener Akademie , conductor Martin Haselbock
11.35 Britten Les Illuminations
Dawn Upshaw , Finnish Radio Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Juka-Pekka Saraste Email your comments to: sunday.live@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Stephanie Hughes
Artist: Martin Maloney.
Oboe: Albrecht Mayer
Oboe: Alexander Lonquich
Unknown: Michal Kanka
Unknown: Beethoven Quintet
Oboe: Albrecht Mayer
Clarinet: Sabine Meyer
Clarinet: Bruno Schneider
Bassoon: Alexander Longquich
Unknown: Christian Gurtner
Conductor: Wiener Akademie
Conductor: Martin Haselbock
Conductor: Britten Les Illuminations
Conductor: Dawn Upshaw
Conductor: Juka-Pekka Saraste

: Bach Cities

Joshua Rifkin visits the palace at Cothen, where Bach composed much of his instrumental music. Here John Holloway performs some of Bach's music for solo violin, and Lars Ulrich Mortensen discusses and plays Bach's harpsichord music of the period.

Contributors

Unknown: Joshua Rifkin
Unknown: John Holloway
Unknown: Lars Ulrich Mortensen

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Another chance to hear Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall, London. Introduced by Fiona Talkington.
Paul Watkins (cello), HuwWatkins (piano) Britten Suite No 3 for solo cello, Op 86 Shostakovich Cello Sonata, Op 40

Contributors

Introduced By: Fiona Talkington.
Cello: Paul Watkins

: BBC Legends

Vlado Perlemuter
The Russian/Lithuanian-born pianist
Vlado Perlemuter died on 4 September this year, aged 98. For the next two weeks Piers Lane looks back on the career of this great musician.

Contributors

Unknown: Vlado Perlemuter
Pianist: Vlado Perlemuter
Unknown: Piers Lane

: Private Passions

Rptd from yesterday 12 noon

: Brian Kay's Light Programme

The Scarborough Spa Orchestra makes a welcome return in the Emperor Waltz by Johann Strauss. There's also music by Gilbert Vinter , Eric Coates and Glenn Miller , and Richard Tauber sings of the life and love of Pedro the Fisherman.

Contributors

Unknown: Johann Strauss.
Music By: Gilbert Vinter
Music By: Eric Coates
Music By: Glenn Miller
Music By: Richard Tauber

: Discovering Music

Stephen Johnson explores the elegance of Prokofiev's Classical Symphony and re-evaluates its reputation as a standard of the neoclassical movement.
See Tuesday 7.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Johnson

: Sunday Feature: Techno Alert

The latest developments in digital music technology are forcing a revolutionary redistribution of roles between composer, performer and audience. New people and ideas are taking over, and major established institutions have been gearing up to decide how they can meet the challenge - or whether indeed they can at all. Composer Peter-Paul Nash tries to decide whether we should feel excited, threatened -or both ... Producer David Gallagher

Contributors

Unknown: Peter-Paul Nash
Producer: David Gallagher

: Drama on 3

All's Well That Ends Well
By William Shakespeare. Set in France, Shakespeare's play tells of the questionable course of action a young woman will take to win the hand of the man she loves. An extraordinary ensemble of actors teases out the moral riddle atthe heart of this intriguing play.
Music by Neil Brand Director Peter Kavanagh Talking books: page 153

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare.
Music By: Neil Brand
Director: Peter Kavanagh
Helena: Emma Fielding
Countess: Slan Phillips
Widow: Miriam Margoyles
King: Richard Grtffllth
Lafew: George Baker
Parolles: Simon Russell Beale
Duke: David Tlmson
Bertram: Carl Prekopp
Steward/2nd soldier: Ian Masters
Clown/2nd lord: Ewan Bailey
Diana: Helen Longworth
Mariana: Emma Fleld-Rayner
First Lord: Iwan Thomas
Gent: Gerard McDermott
1st soldier/lst gent: Ben Onwukwe
2nd gent/4th lord: Peter Damey

: Choirworks

Celebrating
Stanford Paul Guinery introduces a concert given in St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge, to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Charles Villiers Stanford.
David Goode (organ), BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Cleobury
Stanford Magnificat for double chorus, Op 164
A Song of Wisdom, Op 113 No 6; Hymn (after A Songof Wisdom) With Robert Johnston (tenor)
Three motets, Op 38: Justorum Animae; Beati Quorum Via; Coelos Ascendit ; For All the Saints ("Engelberg");
Fantasia In Festo Omnium Sanctorum", Op 121 (organ solo);
ForLo, I Raise Up, Op 145
With Margaret Feaviour (soprano), Andrew Murgatroyd (tenor)
A Song of Freedom, Op 113 No 1 With Judith Harris (mezzo)
Hymn (after A Song of Freedom);
The Train, Op 119 No 4; The Blue Bird,
Op 119 No 3; Quick, We Have But a Second; The Lord Is My Shepherd; Te Deum in B flat. Op 10
With Jennifer Adams-Barbaro (soprano), Lynette Alcantara (mezzo), David Roy
(tenor), Stephen Charlesworth (baritone)

Contributors

Introduces: Stanford Paul Guinery
Unknown: Charles Villiers Stanford.
Unknown: David Goode
Conductor: Stephen Cleobury
Conductor: Stanford Magnificat
Tenor: Robert Johnston
Unknown: Coelos Ascendit
Soprano: Margaret Feaviour
Tenor: Andrew Murgatroyd
Unknown: Judith Harris
Unknown: Te Deum
Soprano: Jennifer Adams-Barbaro
Soprano: Lynette Alcantara
Tenor: David Roy
Tenor: Stephen Charlesworth

: BBC Philharmonic

Conductor James MacMillan
MacMillan Britannia

Contributors

Conductor: James MacMillan

: Between the Ears

Soundings. American sound artist Gregory Whitehead scoops up gems of acoustic imagination from broadcasters around the world. 3: Dark Sounds for Dark Nights Producer Simon Elmes

Contributors

Artist: Gregory Whitehead
Producer: Simon Elmes

: Mixing It

Robert Sandall and Mark Russell introduce a session by Berlin-based duo Tarwater, who create a dark blend of vocals, electronics and guitar.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Sandall
Unknown: Mark Russell

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain. Schumann
Overture: Manfred 12.15 Soler Fandango in D minor 12.30 Schoenberg Verlklarte
Nachtl.00 Prokofiev Cantata:
Alexander Nevsky , Op 78 1.35 Brahms Eight Piano Pieces, Op 76 2.05 Goldberg Sonata in C minor for two violins, viola and bass continuo 2.15 Mendelssohn Octet in E flat, Op 20 2. 50 Mahler Symphony No
4.05 Sigismondo d'india Lagrimat'occhi Miei 4.20 Telemann Sonata in F minor
(DerGetreue Music-Meister) 4.30 Grieg Letzter Fruhling 4.40 Johann Heinrich Schmelzer Lamento sopra la
Morte Ferdinandi /// 4.50 Goldmark Night Piece (The Queen ofSheba) 5.00 Pez Overture in D minor 5.15 Donizetti Trio in B flat
5.25 Grainger Rustic Dance 5.35 Spohr Das Heimliche Lied, Op 103 No 5 5.45 Wagner Prelude: Die Meistersingervon Nurnberg 5.55 Prokofiev, arr Heifetz March (The Love for Three Oranges)

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Soler Fandango
Unknown: Schoenberg Verlklarte
Unknown: Alexander Nevsky
Unknown: Goldberg Sonata
Unknown: Johann Heinrich
Unknown: Schmelzer Lamento
Unknown: Morte Ferdinandi
Unknown: Meistersingervon Nurnberg








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