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: Morning on 3

With Penny Gore.
6.15 Beethoven Piano Sonata in D minor, Op 31 No 2 (The Tempest) Maria Joao Pires
6.40 Ravel Valses Nobles et Sentimentales
Dallas SO, conductor Eduardo Mata
7.00 JC Bach Grand Overture in E for double orchestra, Op 18 No 5 Hanover Band, conductor Anthony Halstead
7.30 Britten The Sword in the Stone Nash Ensemble , director Lionel Friend
8.00 Copland El Salon Mexico
Baltimore SO, conductor David Zinman
8.40 Khachaturlan Suite: Masquerade LSO, conductor Stanley Black

Contributors

Unknown: Maria Joao Pires
Conductor: Eduardo Mata
Conductor: Anthony Halstead
Unknown: Stone Nash Ensemble
Director: Lionel Friend
Conductor: David Zinman

: Composer of the Week: JohannesBrahms

(1833-97). Donald Macleod traces
Brahms's early years from his youth in Hamburg to his move to Vienna in the 1860s. 1: Early piano lessons, tours with Remenyi and meetings with Joachim, Liszt and the Schumanns.
Souvenir de la Russie, Op 151 (under the pseudonym GW Marks) Alfons and Aloy Kontarsky (piano duet)
Hungarian Dance No 1 in G minor
Vienna PO, conductor Claudio Abbado Scherzo in E flat minor, Op 4 Julius Katchen (piano)
Verstohlen Geht der Mond auf
Monica Groop (soprano), Jubilate Choir, Alexei Lubimov (piano)
Piano Sonata No 1 in C, Op 1 Anatol Ugorski Producer Andrew Lyle See BBC Orchestras 2pm

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Piano: Aloy Kontarsky
Conductor: Claudio Abbado
Piano: Julius Katchen
Soprano: Monica Groop
Piano: Alexei Lubimov
Producer: Andrew Lyle See

: CD Masters

With Rob Cowan. Featuring keyboard music by Rameau and recordings by Jascha Heifetz.
Sinding Suite in A minor, Op 10
Jascha Heifetz (violin), Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Alfred Wallenstein
10.12 Uszt Angelus Domini; Stabat Mater Speciosa (Christus) Eva Andor (soprano), Jozsef Reti (tenor), Budapest Chorus, Hungarian State Orchestra, conductor Miklos Forrai
10.31 Dohnanyi Rhapsody in C, Op 11 Eileen Joyce (piano)
10.37 Rameau Pièces de Clavecin en
Concerts, No 5 Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute), Roger Alain (cello), Ruggero Gerlin (harpsichord)
10.46 Strauss Four Last Songs Elisabeth Soderstrom (soprano), Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Bernard Haitink
11.07 Spohr Violin Concerto No 8 in A minor, Op 47Jascha Heifetz (violin), RCA Victor Orchestra, conductor Izler Solomon

Contributors

Unknown: Rob Cowan.
Unknown: Jascha Heifetz.
Violin: Jascha Heifetz
Conductor: Alfred Wallenstein
Soprano: Eva Andor
Tenor: Jozsef Reti
Conductor: Miklos Forrai
Piano: Eileen Joyce
Flute: Jean-Pierre Rampal
Cello: Roger Alain
Cello: Ruggero Gerlin
Soprano: Elisabeth Soderstrom
Conductor: Bernard Haitink
Conductor: Izler Solomon

: Morning Performance

A Magpie Called Igor
Igor Stravinsky was one of the most influential composers of the 20th century. But he was also a musical magpie-thieving shamelessly from earlier composers to create something new. This week,
Stravinsky expert Jonathan Cross finds out how and why he did it. 1: Reworking the Past. For his 1920 ballet Pulcinella,
Stravinsky rewrote 18th-century pieces by Pergolesi and Domenico Gallo - and almost single-handedly invented neoclassicism in music. Bach's Brandenburg Concerto
No 3 in G, BWV1048, is placed alongside Stravinsky's Concerto in E flat
(Dumbarton Oaks). Plus music by fellow neoclassicists Ravel and Poulenc and a more recent exponent, Michael Torke.

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Cross
Unknown: Domenico Gallo
Unknown: Michael Torke.

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Live from the Wigmore Hall in London, presented by Fiona Talkington. Beaux Arts Trio
Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat, Wo039; Piano Trio in B flat, Op 9 (Archduke) Repeated Sunday lpm

Contributors

Presented By: Fiona Talkington.

: BBC Orchestras

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra - Brahms Symphonies Conductor Nan Volkov
At first daunted by Beethoven's legacy,
Brahms later become one of the greatest symphonists of the 19th century. This week features all four of his symphonies, beginning with his first, a powerful statement reflecting his own journey from self-doubt to personal triumph. Presented by Graeme Kay.
Schubert Symphony No 3 in D
Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 5, Op 55 Victoria Postnikova
Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor

Contributors

Conductor: Nan Volkov
Presented By: Graeme Kay.

: Making Tracks

Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson present a selection of music foryounger listeners.

Contributors

Unknown: Angellica Bell
Unknown: Adrian Dickson

: Stage and Screen

Reprise: Richard Rodgers. Another chance to hearthe conclusion to Edward Seckerson 's centenary tribute, in conversation with the composer's daughter Mary Rodgers. This week they explore masterpieces from the great songwriting partnership with lyricist
Oscar Hammerstein , including Oklahoma!,
Carousel and a Swedish version of The Sound of Music.
ADDRESS: Stage and Screen, Room 220, Broadcasting House, Queen Margaret Drive . Glasgow, G12 8DG EMAIL: stageandscreen@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Rodgers.
Unknown: Edward Seckerson
Unknown: Mary Rodgers.
Unknown: Oscar Hammerstein
Unknown: Margaret Drive

: In Tune

Sean Rafferty with the arts magazine.

Contributors

Unknown: Sean Rafferty

: Performance on 3

In the Works. A monthly series that explores the inner workings of masterpieces of 20th-century orchestral repertoire. Alan Hall explores the world of vaughan Williams and the ideas behind the music of the Sixth Symphony, with contributions from the composer's widow Ursula, conductor
Andrew Davis , folk scholar Georgina Boyes , writers Michael Kennedy and Stephen Johnson , saxophonist John Stenhouse and broadcaster Kate Adie.
8.20 Vaughan Williams Symphony No 6 BBCSO, conductor Andrew Davis

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Hall
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Unknown: Georgina Boyes
Unknown: Michael Kennedy
Unknown: Stephen Johnson
Unknown: John Stenhouse
Unknown: Kate Adie.
Conductor: Andrew Davis

: Ancient and Modern

Stephen Cleobury conducts the BBC Singers in Christopher Tye 's 16th-century Missa Euge Bone, with the motets from Harrison Birtwistle's opera The Last Supper interleaved between the movements.

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Cleobury
Unknown: Christopher Tye

: Night Waves

Isabel Hilton and guests review
Steven Spielberg 's newfilm Catch Me ifYou Can and considerthe history of the provincial novel.

Contributors

Unknown: Isabel Hilton
Unknown: Steven Spielberg

: Late Junction

Fiona Talkington presents the first of four programmes this week from the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year.

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain. Bach Concerto in minor for four keyboards, BWV1065
12.15 Peter Werffens Stabat Mater
12.30 Haydn Symphony No 92 in G (Oxford)
1.00 Kodaly Cello Sonata, Op 8 Bach Cello Suite No 2 in D minor, BWV1008
1.50 Graeme Koehne To His Servant, Bach, God Grants a Final Glimpse: The Morning Star 1.55 Mendelssohn
Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish)
2.35 Handel Music for the Royal Fireworks

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Peter Werffens
Unknown: Graeme Koehne

: BBC Schools

3.00 Let's Write a Story 3.25 Alphabet Time
3.35 Hopscotch 3.50 Hop, Skip and Jump
4.05 Stop, Think, Wonder
4.20 Scottish Resources 10-12
4.40 Scottish Secondary: English








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