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: Morning on 3

With Martin Handley.
Haydn Piano Sonata in E minor, HXV34 Alfred Brendel
6.45 Leclair Trio Sonata in B flat, Op 4 No 2 London Baroque
7.00 Humperdinck Overture: Hansel and Gretel Bavarian Radio Symphony
Orchestra, conductor Donald Runnicles
7.35 Beethoven Trio in B flat, Op 11 Richard Stoltzman (clarinet), Yc-Yo Ma (cello),
Emanuel Ax (piano)
8.00 Mozart Divertimento in F, K138 Camerata Salzburg , conductor SandorVegh
8.45 Ravel La Valse
Philharmonia, conductor Andre Cluytens Full details of Momingon 3s music are posted at www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists a few days before transmission EMAIL: morningon3@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Handley.
Unknown: Alfred Brendel
Conductor: Donald Runnicles
Clarinet: Richard Stoltzman
Conductor: Camerata Salzburg
Conductor: Andre Cluytens

: CD Review

With Andrew McGregor , who plays some of this month's newest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Stephen Johnson compares the currently available recordings of Haydn's Nelson Mass in D minor, H XXII 11, also known as the "Mass in Time of Anxiety".
10.15 A roundup of recent CD reissues.
10.30 David Nice reviews recent orchestral recordings, including Mikhail Pletnev and Mstislav Rostropovich in concertos by Rachmaninov and Prokofiev.
10.55 An interview with tenor
Mark Padmore , including news of the new recording of Bach's St Matthew Passion in which he sings the role of Evangelist and is also one-eighth of the choir.
11.25 Disc of the Week:
Buxtehude Sacred Cantatas
Suzie LeBlanc and Emma Kirkby (sopranos), Purcell Quartet www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview EMAIL: cdreview@bbc.co.uk
DISC DETAILS: call the Radio 3 Information Line on [number removed] or consult CEEFAX. BBC1. page 651

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew McGregor
Unknown: Stephen Johnson
Unknown: David Nice
Unknown: Mikhail Pletnev
Unknown: Mstislav Rostropovich
Tenor: Mark Padmore
Sopranos: Emma Kirkby
Sopranos: Purcell Quartet

: Private Passions

M ichael Berkeley's guest today is Peter Brookes , political cartoonist of The
Times. His great love is opera, and today he has chosen excerpts from Mozart's Don Giovanni , Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin , Handel's Rinaldo and Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress. He is also passionate about chamber music, and quartets by Janacek and Shostakovich feature among his choices. Repeated tomorrow 3pm

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Brookes
Unknown: Don Giovanni
Unknown: Eugene Onegin

: World Routes

One of the world's most famous songs,
La Bamba, derives from the sonjarocho musical style of the Mexican state of Veracruz. Lucy Duran visits Mexico to explore the harps, the smalljarana guitars and the fancy footwork that form part of the revival of this once neglected music.

: Listeners' Choice

Humphrey Carpenter introduces a selection of listeners' requests, including: Guilmant Symphony No 2 in A
Ian Tracey (organ), BBC Philharmonic, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier
Ragnarsson April Night Song Hamrahlid Choir, conductor Thorgerdur Ingolfsdottir Howells Piano Quartet in A minor
Nona Udell (violin), Jean Stewart (viola), Bernard Richards (cello), Bernard Roberts (piano)
ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice, New Broadcasting House, Manchester M60 1SJ Phone: [number removed]
Email: listeners.choice@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Introduces: Humphrey Carpenter
Unknown: Ian Tracey
Conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier
Conductor: Thorgerdur Ingolfsdottir
Violin: Nona Udell
Violin: Jean Stewart
Cello: Bernard Richards
Piano: Bernard Roberts

: Jazz Line-Up

Stacey Kent talks to pianist and composer Michael Garrick , who celebrates his
70th birthday. Plus a selection of recent jazz releases and news of gigs around the country.

Contributors

Talks: Stacey Kent
Unknown: Michael Garrick

: Opera on 3 - Live from the Met

Parsifal
In Wagner's sublime music drama, here starring Placido Domingo , the Brotherhood of Knights who guard the Holy Grail are facing extinction. Their other sacred relic - the spearthat pierced Christ's side - has been lost bytheir king, Amfortas, in a duel with the sorcerer Klingsor, leaving Amfortas with an agonising wound. Only a "pure fool, made wise through pity" can save the day. Enter the guileless, swan-shooting Parsifal.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Valeri Gergiev Act
6.55 Interval: Letters from the New World
Living off the Grid. Richard Grant lives on an isolated ranch in southern Arizona without any connections to electricity, gas, water, telephone or sewage. Should he buy a gun?
7.15 Act 2
8.40 Met Opera Quiz
Brian Zeger puts listeners' questions to Louise Guinther , Stuart Hamilton and Terrence McNally.
Send questions to Met Opera Quiz. FDR Station. PO Box805. New York, NY 10150
9.00 Opera Snaps
Rodney Milnes takes a sideways glance at this evening's opera.
9.05 Act 3

Contributors

Unknown: Placido Domingo
Conductor: Valeri Gergiev
Unknown: Richard Grant
Unknown: Brian Zeger
Unknown: Louise Guinther
Unknown: Stuart Hamilton
Unknown: Terrence McNally.
Unknown: Rodney Milnes
Parsifal: Placido Domingo(tenor)
Kundry: Violeta Urmana(soprano)
Amfortas: Falk Struckmann(bass)
Klingsor: Nikolai Putilin(baritone)
Gurnemanz: René Pape(bass)
Titurel: Eric Halfvarson(bass)

: The Verb

In this showcase of new writing, language and performance Ian McMillan meets Commonwealth Writers' Prize winner Richard Flanagan from Tasmania.
Flanagan reads Out of a Wild Sea, a story he hasjust finished. And Ian investigates the language of dance: plie, arabesque and cha-cha-cha. What do they mean, and where do they come from?

Contributors

Unknown: Ian McMillan
Unknown: Richard Flanagan

: Hear and Now

Orchestral Frames and Musique Concrete
Introduced by Alwynne Pritchard. BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Porcelijn
Kevin Volans 100 Frames; Concerto for orchestra (BBC commission)
And, at about 12.15am, Robert Worby launches the first of five reports from Cut and Spice -a new electronic music festival, co-produced between Hear and NowandthelCA- which looks atthe history of electronic music over the last 40 years. Todaythe subject is the tape-composition techniques of musique concrete, featuring the pioneering work of Bernard Parmegiani alongside pieces by Montreal sound artist Christian Calon and the Austrian group Farmers Manual.

Contributors

Introduced By: Alwynne Pritchard.
Conductor: David Porcelijn
Conductor: Kevin Volans
Unknown: Robert Worby
Unknown: Bernard Parmegiani
Artist: Christian Calon

: Through the Night

With John Shea.
Yevgeni Svetianov conducts the French National Orchestra in two 20th-century works. Debussy La Mer
Scriabin Poeme de I'Extase, Op 54
1.55 Gorecki 0 Domina Nostra, Op 55
2.30 John Ireland The Land of Lost Content
2.40 Dvorak Piano Trio No 3 in Fminor,
Op 65 3.20 Mozart Piano Concerto No 17 in G. K453 3.55 Tchaikovsky Fate, Op 77
4.15 Joseph Lauber Sonata Fantasia in Una Parte, Op 50 4.25 Johannes Le Febure 0 Quam Gloriosum 4.40 Beethoven, transcr Busoni Die Ruinen von Athen, Op 113 4.50 Poulenc Les Chemins de
I'Amour 5.00 Rossini Introduction, Theme and Variations in B flat
5.10 JC Bach Flute Quartet in C (1st mvt)
5.20 Diepenbrock Maanlicht
5.20 Milhaud Suite: Le Globe Trotter, Op 358 5.50 Arnold Three Shanties

Contributors

Unknown: John Shea.
Unknown: Yevgeni Svetianov
Unknown: Joseph Lauber








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