With Martin Handley.
Bach, transcr Busoni Chaconne in D minor (Violin Partita No 2, BWV1004)
6.30 Britten Variations on a theme by Frank Bridge
7.00 Handel Concerto Grosso in F, Op 3 No4
7.35 Dvorak The Golden Spinning Wheel
8.00 Shostakovich Festive Overture
8.40 Strauss Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche Full details of Momingon 3smusicare posted at www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists a few days before transmission EMAIL: email@example.com
Andrew McGregor plays new CD releases.
9.30 Buildinga Library: Misha Donat compares recordings of Beethoven's Violin Sonata No 5 in F. Op 24 (Spring).
10.15 A look at some recent re-issues.
10.30 David Huckvale reviews some recent recordings of Rodrigo's music.
11.00 An interview with singer and choral director Paul Hillier , whose most recent recordings include the masses of William Byrd and an anthology of choral music from the countries around the Baltic Sea. 11.30 Disc of the Week: Donizetti Lucia di Lammermoor Natalie Dessay
(soprano), Roberto Alagna (tenor), Chorus and Orchestra of Lyon National Opera, conductor Evelino Pido www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Michael Berkeley talks to Nicholas de Jongh, chief theatre critic of the London Evening Standard, and author of Politics, Prudery and Perversions, a history of the censorship imposed on the English stage from 1901-68. His musical choices include a Bach cello suite, Schubert's Death and the Maiden String Quartet, a Mozart piano concerto, Strauss's Elektra and Mahler's Ninth Symphony. (Repeated tomorrow 3pm)
Lucy Duran isjoined live in the studio by a group of 20 Tibetan monks from the Labrang monastery in the frontiertown of Xiahe. They bring with them conch shells, flutes, tuned cloud gongs, drums, mouth organs, and their unique sacred chanting. Plus a round-up of new releases on the world music scene with DJ Charlie Gillett.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Delius Piano Concerto
Benno Moisewitsch, Philharmonia, conductor Constant Lambert
Debussy Premiere Rapsodie Gervase de Peyer (clarinet), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Rudolf Kempe
Arnold Brass Quintet No 1 Center City Brass Quintet
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Claire Martin interviews singer Jane Monheit. Plus a roundup of new releases and gig news from around the country. EMAIL: email@example.com
With Geoffrey Smith.
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The Dark Keys. The concluding part of this series exploring the issue of race on the British jazz scene. Presenter Kevin Le Gendre looks at how welcoming the established London jazz clubs are to black musicians and examines the nature of Britain'sjazz audiences.
Live from the Met: Fidelio
Beethoven's operatic hymn to freedom launches this winter's season of operas live from the Metropolitan Opera in New York. In one of the simplest and most moving of all opera plots, the heroine Leonore - disguised as a boy called
Fidelio - strives to rescue her beloved husband Florestanfrom political imprisonment.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Peter Schneider Act
7.45 The Met Opera Quiz
Brian Zeger puts listeners' questions to
Martin Bernheimer , Ken Benson and Alan Wagner.
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8.05 Opera Snaps
Rodney Milnes takes a brief sideways glance at each of this season's works
8.15 Act 2
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A performance recorded at Snape Maltings Concert Hall during last year's festival. Shostakovich String Quartet No 9, Op 117
Ian McMillan introduces a specially commissioned story by Nigerian novelist Helon Habila and a performance piece from Australian poet and storyteller
Rosemary Harris. And novelists
Michele Roberts and Patricia Duncker , who run the Creative Writing course at the University of East Anglia, introduce some new voices to listen out for.
In the second programme from this year's Huddersfield Festival, Verity Sharp and Alwynne Pritchard introduce highlights from three concerts given by the BBC Singers, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the Athelas ensemble, including works by Norgard, Cowie and Bainbridge and the world premieres of two BBC commissions: Joe Duddell 's Not Waving but Drowning and Stuart MacRae 's Ancrene Wisse. Plus the first performance of the a cappella version of Duddell's TheRealSide. And from Denmark, Gudmundsen-Holmgreen's reTURNING and Norgard's Rêves en Plein Lumière.
With Jonathan Swain. Tchaikovsky
Symphony No 1 in G minor (Winter
Daydreams) Scriabin Prometheus (Poem of Fire, Op 60) Wagner Wotan 's Farewell; Magic Fire Music; Ride of the Valkyries (Die Walkure) 2.25 Dirk Schafer Piano
Quintet in D flat, Op 5 3.05 Brahms Piano Sonata No 3 in F minor, Op 5 3.40
Domenico Auletta Harpsichord Concerto
4.00 Glazunov Lyric Poem in D flat, Op 12
4.10 Beethoven Romance in F, Op 50
4.20 Henri Albicastro Concerto a 4, Op 7 No 12 4.30 Bach Prelude and Fugue in F, BWV880 (The Well-Tempered Klavier,
Book 2) 4.40 Joan-Ambrosio Dalza Tastar de Corde Padoana and Calata
4.50 Telemann Martedi, TWV42: B3 (Pyrmonter Kurwoche) 5.00 Bizet
L 'Arlesienne: Suites Nos 1 and 2 (excerpts)
5.20 Faure Nocturne No 6 in D flat, Op 63
5.30 Bach Viola da Gamba Sonata No 3 in G minor, BWV1029 5.45 Howells Psalm-prelude No 3 in C: Sing unto Him a New Song 5.55 Hoist Nunc Dimittis