With Fiona Talkington.
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 5 in D, BWV1050
Tafelmusik, conductor Jeanne Lamon
6.40 Beethoven Cello Sonata in D, Op 102 No 2 Pierre Fournier , Wilhelm Kempff (piano)
7.00 Scariatti Sonata in G, Kk201;
Sonata in D minor, KklO Jeno Jando (piano)
7.30 Haydn Symphony No 97 in C Orchestra of the 18th Century, conductor Franx Bruggen
8.00 Mozart Horn Quintet in E flat, K407 Members of the Czech Nonet and the Prazak Quartet
8.20 Grieg Lyric Pieces, Op 68: Nos 4 and 5 Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
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Andrew McGregor plays new CD releases.
9.30 Building Library: Colin Lawson compares recordings of Mozart's Symphony No 39 in E flat, K543.
10.15 A look at some recent re-issues.
10.30 David Nice has been listening to recent orchestral recordings, including Mahler's Fifth Symphony from Simon Rattle with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, and Rimsky-Korsakov's
Scheherazade, with Valeri Gergiev.
11.00 An interview with tenor
Philip Langridge , who discusses his long and varied career on record.
11.30 Disc of the Week: Lalande Music for the Sun King (excerpts) Ex Cathedra, conductor Jeffrey Skidmore www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Michael Berkeley 's guest is the award-winning writer Jane Gardam , whose most recent novel, The Flight of the Maidens, was warmly received by both critics and readers. Though she started writing relatively late - after raising a family- her witty, delicately observed novels have been compared to the work of Katharine Mansfield and Jane Austen. A keen music-lover, her choices begin and end with sacred vocal music from two widely differing traditions, framing works by Schumann, Mozart, Mendelssohn, an English folksong and music from the Caribbean. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Kershaw in Iraq. Another chance to hear
Andy Kershaw 's Sony Award-winning two-part documentary on music in Iraq. He meets Qassim al-Sultan, one of Iraq's leading pop stars, whose songs praise Saddam as a national hero, and he explores the wilder sounds of Iraq's little-known Gypsy community, and searches
Baghdad's pirate record shops for CDs by Kenny Rogers.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Sinding Suite in A minor Jascha Heifetz (violin), Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Alfred Wallenstein
Thomson Filling Station New York City
Ballet Orchestra, conductor Leon Barzin Alwyn Pastoral Fantasia
Stephen Tees (viola), City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
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Stacey Kent with news of gigs across the country and her pick of the new releases. EMAIL: email@example.com
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Jeru: the Gerry Mulligan Story. On his release from jail in 1954, saxophonist Gerry Mulligan reformed his quartet.
Trombonist Bob Brookmeyer , along with former colleagues, bassist Bill Crow and drummer Dave Bailey , recounts the story of this group. Presenter Alyn Shipton also covers Mulligan's innovative sextet and his collaboration with Thelonious Monk.
The Royal Opera House's Vilar Young Artists Programme, which gives talented singers at the start of their careers the opportunity to work at Covent Garden, celebrates its first birthday with a concert of operatic scenes. This year's artists - sopranos
Gweneth-Ann Jeffers and Sally Matthews , tenor Edgaras Montvidas , baritone Grant Doyle and bass-baritone Darren Jeffery are joined by Diana Montague and Christopher Steele and the Royal Opera
House Orchestra under Steuart Bedford in scenes from Mozart's Don Giovanni ; from Donizetti's L'Elisird'Amore and his Tudor extravaganza Maria Stuarda ; from Bellini's / Capuleti ed i Montecchi; and from two
Richard Strauss favourites Ariadne auf
Naxos and Capriccio. With contributions from the Vi lar Young Artists themselves and from their chief coach David Gowland.
London Winds recorded in concert at last year's festival.
Beethoven Octet in Eflat, Op 103
Mozart Serenade in E flat, K3 75 (version for wind octet)
Ian McMillan discusses the golden age of Canadian literature with Michael Ondaatjie and touches on the joy and the language of editing. Brooklyn writer Toure, a master of the demotic of young, urban African-Americans, reads from his first novel, Soul City, Kate Clanchy hears hot poetry at the Ootal Festival in Stockholm, and Icelandic band Sigur Ross sing in a language oftheir own devising. Plus a look at made-up languages.
Lontano: Emigres 1 - to the Antipodes and Back. Verity Sharp introduces the ensemble Lontano, conducted by Odaline de la Martinez , in the first of two concerts of music by British composers who have emigrated to the Antipodes, and by contemporaries who have moved here from the other side of the world.
James Gardner "some other plots for Babel" Jeroen Speak
Arabesques Sadie Harrison The Fourteenth Terrace Andrew Ford Icarus Drowning Dorothy Ker ... and.... Elena Kats-Chernin Purple Prelude
And from the BMIC Cutting Edge series, Kate Ryder and David Appleton perform new music for piano duet.
de la Martinez
With Susan Sharpe. Beethoven Piano
Concerto No 2 in B flat: Symphony No 2 in D
2.00 Johann Hasse Piramo e Tisbe 4.05
Anon Canto di Lanzi Venturieri; Canto di Lanzi Sonatori di Rubechine 4.20 Hildegarde of Bingen 0 Virgo ac Diadema Purpurae Regis
4.30 Chopin Ballade No 1 in G minor, Op 23
4.40 Brahms Academic Festival Overture
4.50 Schubert Scherzo No 1 in B flat, D593
5.00 Haydn Symphony No 22 in E flat
(Philosopher) 5.15 Carl Lithander Rondo , Op 8 5.25 Biber Sonata XII a 8 (Sonatae Tarn Aris Quam Aulis Serviente)
5.35 Frank Martin Mass for two choirs