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: Morning on 3

With Fiona Talkington.
J Strauss (son) Tales from the Vienna Woods
6.30 Haydn Symphony No 82 in C (Bear)
7.10 Bach Concerto in F for harpsichord and two recorders, BWV1057
7.35 Dohnanyi Konzertstiick in D for cello and orchestra, Op 12
8.00 Handel Concerto Grosso in F, Op 6 No 2
8.40 Bartok Suite: The Miraculous
Mandarin

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Talkington.
Unknown: Vienna Woods
Unknown: Dohnanyi Konzertstiick

: Sunday Live

Stephanie Hughes presents the best of recent concerts around Europe, including Myung-Whun Chung conducting Ravel and the New Helsinki Quartet performing
Schubert. Her guest this morning is the composer Anthony Payne who completed Elgar's Third Symphony. Other music in the programme includes: Wolf Italian Serenade
New Helsinki Quartet
9.20 Messiaen Les Offrandes Oubliées Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Myun-Whun Chung
10.10 Grieg Peer Gynt (excerpt) Danish National Orchestra, conductor Gerd Albrecht
11.25 Beethoven Symphony No 2 in D French National Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
Email your comments to: sunday.live@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Stephanie Hughes
Unknown: Myung-Whun Chung
Unknown: Anthony Payne
Conductor: Myun-Whun Chung
Conductor: Gerd Albrecht
Conductor: Kurt Masur

: Performing Bach

Andrew Parrott is one of the most distinctive interpreters of Bach's music.
As Christopher Cook discovers, his career has been a quest to recreate the sound of the choir in Bach's time.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Parrott
Unknown: Christopher Cook

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from the the Wigmore Hall. Presented by Fiona Talkington. Emerson Quartet
Janacek String Quartet No 1 (Kreutzer Sonata)
Smetana String Quartet No 1 in E minor (From My Life)

Contributors

Presented By: Fiona Talkington.

: BBC Legends

Constantin Silvestri. The second of two programmes of performances from the BBC Archive featuring Romanian conductor Constantin Silvestri and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
Stephen Johnson presents a performance of Tchaikovsky's Manfred symphony.

Contributors

Unknown: Constantin Silvestri.
Conductor: Constantin Silvestri
Unknown: Stephen Johnson

: Private Passions

Rptd from yesterday 12 noon

: Brian Kay's Light Programme

Brian Kay 's special guest is Ron Corp , conductor of the New London Orchestra, who talks aboutthe fourth CD in their light music series. Other music today includes works by Eric Coates , Ronald Binge , Lionel Monckton and Marshall Ross.

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Kay
Conductor: Ron Corp
Unknown: Eric Coates
Unknown: Ronald Binge
Unknown: Lionel Monckton
Unknown: Marshall Ross.

: Discovering Music

Stephen Johnson examines the thematic structure of Sibelius's final symphony, the seventh, which stands alone among the composer's symphonies as a single-movement work. Specially recorded musical examples are played by the BBC Philharmonic under Rumon Gamba.
See Tuesday 7.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Johnson
Unknown: Rumon Gamba.

: Sunday Feature: Another Country

A series of four personal journeys. 3: The Pomegranate Princesses
Poet and film-maker Imtiaz Dharker was born in Punjab and grew up in Glasgow.
The garden of her childhood fantasies was the Muslim palace of the Alhambra in Granada - the last redoubt of the Nasrid dynasty. Imtiaz Dharker makes an enchanted journey to the Alhambra -to a fairy-tale place peopled by princesses in towers, and to lush and seductive gardens where doomed lovers met for moonlit assignations. Producer Hannah Andrassy

Contributors

Unknown: Imtiaz Dharker
Unknown: Imtiaz Dharker
Producer: Hannah Andrassy

: Drama on 3

WarZone
Three specially commissioned plays by three talented women writers from
Algeria, Croatia and Germany. Each play takes war as its theme, creating a global collage of questions about and images of conflict. Broadcast over one evening, War Zone forms a triptych of fascinating plays from an exclusively female perspective.
6.30 Screaming Butterflies By Asja Smec Todorovic.
7.15 Pebbles for Your Thirst By Fatima Gallaire.
8.00 Splinters By Dea Loher.
Director Polly Thomas

Contributors

Unknown: Asja Smec Todorovic.
Unknown: Fatima Gallaire.
Unknown: Dea Loher.
Director: Polly Thomas
Zoki: Matthew Beard
Tomo: Nick Wild
Luka: James Baglow
Lucija: Catherine Jenkins
Charf: Derek Griffiths
: Rayane Dekawalmsley
Sarrak: Gary Martinelli
Ould: Jack Harrison
Firstwoman: Judi Earl
Second woman: Ellanne Byme
Man: Andrew Grose
Child: Reece Noi

: Choirworks

World Symposium of Choral Music
Paul Guinery introduces a second selection of performances from the 6th World Symposium of Choral Music, held last August in Minneapolis, USA.
Sven- David Sandstrom Credo (2000) St Jacob 's Chamber Choir, Stockholm, conductor Gary Graden
Romero Mass for the Golden Fleece
Namur Chamber Choir, La Fenice Baroque Ensemble, conductor Jean Tubery
Purcell/Sandstrom Hear My Prayer, 0 Lord Jorge Cordoba Valencia The Divine Image Grieg I Himmelen Norwegian Soloists
Choir, conductor Grete Pedersen Helgerod

Contributors

Introduces: Paul Guinery
Unknown: David Sandstrom
Unknown: St Jacob
Conductor: Gary Graden
Conductor: Romero Mass
Conductor: Jean Tubery
Conductor: Grete Pedersen Helgerod

: BBC Philharmonic

Conductor Peter Maxwell Davies Peter Maxwell Davies Antarctic Symphony (Symphony No 8)

Contributors

Conductor: Peter Maxwell Davies
Conductor: Peter Maxwell Davies

: Mixing It

London Jazz Festival
In a specially extended edition from the BBC Radio 3 London Jazz Festival, Mark Russell and Robert Sandall introduce a concert by cult Australian trio The Necks. Chris Abrahams (piano), Lloyd Swanton (bass) and Tony Buck (drums) perform atmospheric and hypnotic groove-based music which unravels gradually over the course of their lengthy sets.

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Russell
Unknown: Robert Sandall
Piano: Chris Abrahams

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain.
D Scarlatti Stabat Mater
Johan Rosenmuller Dixit Dominus
1.40 Vieme Clair de Lune (Suite No 2 for organ. Op 53)
1.50 Debussy Images, Book 1
2.05 Debussy Images, Book 2
2.20 Jochen M Arnold Diptychon Secundum Johannem
2.30 Mahler Symphony No 1
3.25 Kaiser Leopold I Tres Lectiones
3.50 Mozart Symphony No 29 in A, K201
4.10 Francois du Fault L Vffrande
4.20 Gounod Mab Reine des Mensonges (Romeo et Juliette)
4.30 Heino Eller Three pieces (Five Pieces for strings) 4.40 Hermann Ambrosius
Suite 4.50 Georges Auric , arr Philip Lane Suite: The Lavender Hill Mob
5.00 Glinka Lyudmila 's aria (Ruslan and Lyudmila) 5.05 Bach Recorder Sonata in Eflat, BWV1031
5.15 David Wikander An Evening Early in Spring; Spring Is Young and Mild; King Lily of the Valley
5.30 Pandolfi Mealli Violin Sonata No 6, Op 3 (La Sabbatina)
5.45 Chopin Fantasy in F minor, Op 49

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Scarlatti Stabat Mater
Unknown: Dixit Dominus
Unknown: Kaiser Leopold
Unknown: Tres Lectiones
Unknown: Heino Eller
Unknown: Hermann Ambrosius
Unknown: Georges Auric
Unknown: Lavender Hill Mob
Unknown: Glinka Lyudmila
Unknown: David Wikander
Violin: Pandolfi Mealli








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