With Martin Handley.
Fasch Cha/umeau Concerto in B flat
6.41 Ravel Valses Nobles et Sentimentales
7.23 AWegri Miserere
7.45 Larsson Pastoral Suite
8.03 Beethoven Piano Sonata No 8 in C minor, Op 13 (Pathetique)
8.36 Weber Clarinet Concerto No 2 in E flat, Op 74
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Andrew McGregor plays new CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Ivan Hewett compares the available recordings of Ravel's String Quartet.
10.15 A look at some recent re-issues.
10.30 Jeremy Summerly reviews new choral discs, including Marcel Dupre sung by the Vasari Singers, De Laiande performed by Ex Cathedra, and Concerto Vocale's new CD of Monteverdi madrigals.
11.00 An interview with violinist
Vadim Repin , who discusses his new recording of concertos by Glazunov and Miaskovsky.
11.30 Disc of the Week: Vaughan
Williams Suite from the film "Scott of the Antarctic" (excerpts) Jonathan Scott (organ), Merryn Gamba (soprano),
Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus, BBC
Philharmonic, conductor Rumon Gamba www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview EMAIL: email@example.com
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Michael Berkeley talks to Sir Peter Hall , former head of the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company, and the director of a raft of late 20th-century theatrical and operatic productions both in the UK and abroad. Earlier this year he directed Euripides's Bacchai at the National Theatre, and last month his new production of Shaw's Mrs Warren 's
Profession opened in London's West End. His musical choices include operatic extracts byCavalli, Mozart, Schoenberg and Britten, as well as Beethoven's
Diabelli Variations, Thelonious Monk's
Round Midnight, and Earth Dances by his former musical collaborator, Harrison Birtwistle. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Lucy Duran surveys new CDs of world music with Simon Broughton. There's a review of a 13-CD set of field recordings from Africa, and music from Cuba's new singing star, Yusa.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Dukas Arianne et Barbe-Bleue (Act 1, finale)
Chorus of Radio France, New Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Armin Jordan Bax String Quartet No 1 in G Maggini Quartet
The Louisville Orchestra, conductor Akira Endo
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Claire Martin with a roundup of the latest new releases and gigs around the country. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Jeru: the Gerry Mulligan Story
It is exactly 50 years since saxophonist Gerry Mulligan established his
"pianoless" quartet featuring trumpeter Chet Baker. Regarded as the most revolutionary modern jazz group of the early 1950s, it consolidated Mulligan's work, which had begun with his arrangements for Gene Krupa ,
Claude Thomhill and Miles Davis. In the first of a new, four-part series, Alyn Shipton explores the formation of the quartet, with contributions from Lee Konitz , Gil Evans , Ira Gitler and the group's surviving founder member, drummer Chico Hamilton.
La Clemenza di Tito
A new production from the Royal Opera House of Mozart's final opera, a tightly knit drama of jealousy, ambition and retribution told in music of great passion and beauty. The Emperor Tito is an enlightened and humane ruler of Rome, but he reckons without the evil scheming Vitellia who will risk anythingto become
Queen. She ensnares the loyal Sesto and embroils him in a plot to kill his best friend Tito. Presented by Petroc Trelawny , who talks to the director Stephen Lawless in the interval between the two acts.
Royal Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Colin Davis
A performance given in the Pittville Pump Room by London Winds as part of last year's festival.
Robin Holloway Serenade
Ian McMillan presents an edition of the language cabaret recorded at the Belfast Festival, featuring new work from Belfast writer Tara West and a new instalment of The Roy Keaneiad , in which the errant footballer appears as Ajax in playwright
Colin Teevan 's Homeric drama of histimes.
Robert Worby introduces the latest music-theatre work by American composer Steve Reich , created in collaboration with his wife Beryl Korot. Three Tales explores the rise of technology in the last century by focusing on three emblematic subjects: the zeppelin Hindenburg, the atomic tests at Bikini, and Dolly the cloned sheep. Also, a performance of Notturno, by Reich's teacher Luciano Berio , played by the Arditti Quartet.
With Susan Sharpe.
Mozart Symphony No 38 in D, K504 (Prague)
1.30 Martinu String Sextet
1.50 Columbus at the court of Ferdinand and Isabella: music by Joan Ambrosio Dalza and Pedro de Escobar, and anonymous works.
2.00 Samuel de Champlain at the court of Henri IV: music by Chevalier and Claude Gervaise, and anonymous works.
2.25 Gesualdo Tenebrae Responses for Good Friday
3.10 Frederick van Rossum Violin Concerto No
3.25 Krsto Odak Adriatic Symphony, Op 36
4.05 Rachmaninov Moment Musical, Op 16 No 5
4.15 CPE Bach Sonata in D, Wq 83
4.30 Buxtehude Psalm 98: Singet Dem Herrn ein Neues Lied
4.40 Willem Kersters Hulde aan Paul, Op 79
4.50 Ravel Alborada del Gracioso
5.00 Stravinsky Concerto in E flat (Dumbarton Oaks)
5.20 Debussy Trois Poemes de Stephane Mallarme
5.35 Zygmunt Noskowski The Steppes, Op 66