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: Morning on 3

With Fiona Talkington.
Buxtehude Trio Sonata No 1 in F,
BuxWV252 Elizabeth Wallfisch (violin), Richard Tunnicliffe (cello),
Paul Nicholson (harpsichord)
6.40 Bach Violin Concerto in E, BWV1042 Pinchas Zukerman , English Chamber
Orchestra, conductor Raymond Leppard
7.00 Mozart Symphony No 40 in G minor, K550 London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras
7.40 Berwald Grand Septet in B flat Czech Nonet
8.00 Weber Overture: Oberon
Hanover Band, conductor Roy Goodman
8.10 Charpentier Dixit Dominus , H202 Le Concert Spirituel, conductor Herve Niquet

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Talkington.
Violin: Elizabeth Wallfisch
Cello: Richard Tunnicliffe
Harpsichord: Paul Nicholson
Unknown: Pinchas Zukerman
Conductor: Raymond Leppard
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Conductor: Roy Goodman
Conductor: Charpentier Dixit Dominus
Conductor: Herve Niquet

: Sunday Live

Stephanie Hughes presents the best performances from recent concerts around Europe, including choral music by Arvo Part , Mahler and Haydn from Latvia and Eisenstadt, and excerpts from Mendelssohn's incidental music to
A Midsummer Night's Dream. Other music includes:
9.15 Stravinsky Symphonies of Wind Instruments
Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Vinko Globokar
9.35 Beethoven SymphonyNo 1 in C French National Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
10.30 Hindemith In einerNacht, Op 15 Toros Can (piano)
11.15 Durufle Requiem , Op 9 Vincent Warnier (organ), Radio France Chorus, conductor Marcus Creed
Email your comments to: sunday.live@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Stephanie Hughes
Music By: Arvo Part
Conductor: Kurt Masur
Piano: Durufle Requiem
Unknown: Vincent Warnier
Conductor: Marcus Creed

: Performing Bach

Christopher Cook meets German countertenor Andreas Scholl to discuss the challenges and rewards of performing some of Bach's most emotionally charged works.

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Cook
Unknown: Andreas Scholl

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the Wigmore Hall. Presented by Verity Sharp. Jonathan Biss (piano)
Beethoven Piano Sonata in E, Op 109 Kirchner Interlude (1989)
Beethoven Piano Sonata in Fminor, Op 57 (Appassionata)

Contributors

Presented By: Verity Sharp.
Piano: Jonathan Biss

: BBC Legends

Janet Craxton Before her untimely death in 1981, Janet Craxton was one of this country's busiest and best-loved oboists, but she left surpisinglyfew commercial recordings. Hilary Finch looks back on her career with performances from the BBC archives, including the first performance of Britten's Temporal Variations and works by Bach, Vaughan Williams and Mozart.

Contributors

Unknown: Janet Craxton
Unknown: Janet Craxton
Unknown: Hilary Finch
Unknown: Vaughan Williams

: Private Passions

Rptd from yesterday 12 noon

: Brian Kay's Light Programme

Film composer Louis Levy makes his first appearance on the programme with his
Gaumont British Symphony Orchestra in a selection of Music from the Movies -
1938. And Richard Hickox conducts the London Symphony Orchestra in Doreen Carwithen 's majestic Suffolk Suite.

Contributors

Unknown: Louis Levy
Unknown: Richard Hickox
Unknown: Doreen Carwithen

: Discovering Music

Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps, Part 2 "A Celestial Mystery. " Gerard McBurney continues to uncover the story behind perhaps the most important musical work of the 20th century- The Rite of Springfindingthe sources and unpicking the sounds of Stravinsky's masterpiece. See Thursday 7.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Gerard McBurney

: Sunday Feature: Another Country

A series of four personal journeys. 1: As a Tale that Is Told. Writer
Ted Chamberlin grew up in southern Alberta, Canada, listening to the stories of his grandfather. In this land of big skies and endless prairie the warm chinook winds can melt the winter snow in the blinking of an eye. In the 1880s it was also the land where the Blackfoot, the Blood and the Piegan lived, the place where the newly established North West Mounted Police were building their HQ, and where Ted's grandfather opened the first bank and experienced the first bank robbery. Producer Kate McAll

Contributors

Unknown: Ted Chamberlin
Producer: Kate McAll

: Drama on 3: Ivanov

By Anton Chekhov , adapted for radio by David Hare , and starring Ralph Fiennes as Ivanov. Chekhov was only 27 when he wrote this portrait of Nikolai Ivanov , an intelligent man beset by guilt and frustration when he finds himself drawn to a beautiful young girl. Music by Nick Bicat Director David Hare

Contributors

Unknown: Anton Chekhov
Unknown: David Hare
Unknown: Ralph Fiennes
Unknown: Nikolai Ivanov
Music By: Nick Bicat
Director: David Hare
Ivanov: Ralph Fiennes
Borkin: Anthony O'Donnell
Anna Petrovna: Harriet Walter
Count Shabyelski: Oliver Ford Davies
Lebedev: Bill Paterson
Lvov: David Morrissey
Kosykh: Ian McDiarmld
Sasha: Camilla Power
Zinaida Savishna: Suzanne Bertlsh
Marfusha Babakina: Geraldine McNurty
Avdotya Nazarovna: Marcla Warren
Young man: Giles Smith

: Choirworks

In Memoriam.
Paul Guinery marks Remembrance
Sunday with a performance of Faure's Requiem, recorded in the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, earlier this year. And, with Roger Nichols , he explores the vivid and powerful choral music of Lili Boulanger , whose death in March 1918 at the age of 24 robbed the musical world of a remarkable and indivdual talent.
Boulanger Pour les Funérailles d'un Soldat Vincent Le Texier (baritone), Symphonic Choir of Namur,
Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Mark Stringer
Boulanger Psalms 24,129 and 130 Sally Bruce-Payne (mezzo), Julian Podger (tenor), Monteverdi Choir,
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
Faure Requiem
Benjamin Wingfield (treble),
Paul Whelan (baritone), Choir of King's College, Cambridge, BBC Philharmonic, conductor Stephen Cleobury

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Guinery
Unknown: Roger Nichols
Unknown: Lili Boulanger
Baritone: Vincent Le Texier
Conductor: Mark Stringer
Unknown: Sally Bruce-Payne
Tenor: Julian Podger
Conductor: John Eliot Gardiner
Conductor: Faure Requiem
Conductor: Benjamin Wingfield
Baritone: Paul Whelan
Conductor: Stephen Cleobury

: BBC Philharmonic

Olivier Charlier (violin), conductor Gerard Schurmann
Schurmann Concerto for Orchestra; Violin Concerto

Contributors

Conductor: Gerard Schurmann

: Mixing It

Robert Sandall and Mark Russell present another eclectic mix of musical styles.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Sandall
Unknown: Mark Russell

: Through the Night

With Susan Sharpe.
Mendelssohn Symphony No 4 in A (Italian)
12.40 Debussy Jeux 1.00 Franck
Rédemption 2.00 Messiaen Diptyque , Essai sur la Vie Terrestre et L'Eternité
2.10 Silvestri Harp Sonata 2.30 Dinu Upatti Fantasie , Op 8 3.00 Mozart
Symphony No 28 in C, K200 3.25 Strauss Violin Sonata. Op 18 3.50 Rota Mottetto
4.00 Julius Rdntgen Serenade , Op 14
4.30 Haydn Piano Sonata in D, H XVI 33
4.50 Vivaldi Trio Sonata in D minor, Op 1
No 12 (La Follia) 5.00 Prevorsek Pieta the Poet 5.15 Chopin Polonaise in B flat, Op 71 No 2 5.20 Antoine Forqueray La
Regente (Pieces de Viole) (Suite in D)

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Sharpe.
Unknown: Messiaen Diptyque
Unknown: Dinu Upatti Fantasie
Unknown: Julius Rdntgen Serenade
Unknown: Chopin Polonaise
Unknown: Antoine Forqueray








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