With Martin Handley.
Faure Theme and Variations, Op 73 Kathryn Stott (piano)
6.40 D'lndy Fantasy on French Folk Tunes, 0p31 Lajos Lencses (oboe),
Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Hans Zimmer
7.00 Mozart Sonata in D, K381 Martha Argerich and Alexandre Rabinovitch (piano, four hands)
7.35 Brahms Violin Sonata No 2 in A, Op 100 Lydia Mordkovitch , Gerhard Oppitz (piano)
8.00 Vivaldi Concerto in G for 2 violins, 2 cellos and continuo, RV575 Tafelmusik , director Jeanne Lamon
8.45 Ravel Introduction and Allegro William Bennett (flute),
James Campbell (clarinet), leuan Jones (harp), Allegri Quartet
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With Andrew McGregor , who plays some of this month's newest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Simon Heighes compares the available recordings of Rameau's Pièces de Clavecin en Concerts.
10.15 A roundup of recent CD reissues.
10.30 Malcolm Hayes has been listening to new recordings of new music, including three discs of Steve Reich 's compositions, and Pierre-Laurent Aimard playing Ligeti.
11.00 An interview with Swedish trumpeter Hakan Hardenberger about his recordings.
11.30 Disc of the Week:
Wieniawski Variations on an Original Theme, Op 15 Nikolaj Znaider (violin), Daniel Gortler (piano) v»ww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview EMAIL: email@example.com
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Today Michael Berkeley meets award-winning Irish novelist and playwright John Banville , chief literary critic of The Irish Times. His musical passions include a traditional Irish melody played on the uileann pipes, a piano piece by Gerald Barry , and works by Purcell, Britten, Shostakovich and Strauss. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Lucy Duran is joined by fRoots magazine's
Ian Anderson for a look at new CDs of world music, and Songlines editor Simon Broughton talks to violinist Nigel Kennedy about his new album East Meets West, which he recorded with Polish klezmer band Kroke. Plus a studio session from
Tartit, a group of Tuareg women singers from the fringes of the Sahara Desert, who formed in a refugee camp in Burkina Faso. They accompany themselves on the traditional imzad fiddle and drums.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces a selection of listeners' requests, including: Bax String Quartet No 1 Maggini Quartet
Reizenstein Partita , Op 13 Carl Dolmetsch (recorder), Joseph Saxby (piano)
Vaughan Williams Mass
London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Richard Hickox
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Stacey Kent presents highlights of the latest jazz CD releases. Plus a guide to live jazz gigs in the UK.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Detour Ahead. 3: John McLaughlin Another of Charles Shaar Murray 's profiles of the most influential jazz guitarists. John McLaughlin 's career began as part of the London rock scene in the 1960s. Moving to the US in 1969, he played on Miles Davis 's landmark albums In a Silent Way and Bitches Brew and went on to explore a fusion between jazz and Indian music with his ensembles the Mahavishnu Orchestra and Shakti.
Handel's Baroque fantasy begins with the sorceress Alcina entertaining her latest lover, Ruggiero, when Bradamante
(Ruggiero's betrothed) turns up disguised as her brother Ricciardo. She and the tutor Melisso have to rescue Ruggiero from
Alcina's clutches, before she turns him, like all the others, into a rock, a tree or a wild thing. Complicating matters is
Morgana (Alcina's sister) who falls in love with the disguised Bradamante, which in turn angers her own spurned lover Oronte. Richard Hickox conducts this revival of the lavish production by David McVicar. Presented by Fiona Talkington.
English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Richard Hickox
Tonight's showcase of words, language and performance features poetry by Adam Thorpe and the final part of Peter Blegvad 's "eartoon" series. Plus the result of The Verb's "Tom Swift" competition. Presented by Ian McMillan. Producer Rob Ketteridge
Alwynne Pritchard presents music from the Ars Musica Festival in Brussels and interviews composers about theirwork. Festival director Tino Haenen has stated that he wants the whole range of music from the 20th and 21st centuries to be represented - so alongside featured composers George Benjamin and Toshio Hosokawa there is also music from the older generation, including Giacinto Scelsi and Pauline Oliveros.
With Susan Sharpe.
Chopin Rondo in C minor, Op 1; Variations in Eon a German National Air, Op posth; Rondo a la Mazur in F, Op 5; Rondo in C, Op 7; Variations Brillantes in B flat on a Theme from Herold 's "Ludovic ", Op 12; Rondo in E flat, Op 16
1.55 Biber Missa Alleluja 2.30 Mozart Violin Concerto No 5 in A, K219
3.05 Hummel Rondo Brillant in A, Op 56 3.25 Spohr String Sextet in C, Op 140 3.50 Albicastro Motet: Coelestes Angelici Chori 4.00 Bach, arr Hethford Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring
4.05 Handel Concerto in B flat (a due cori), HWV332 4.25 Mozart Symphony No 23 in D, K181 4.40 Brahms Six Quartets for Chorus, Op 112 4.50 Morton Gould
Windjammer 5.00 Beethoven Overture: Egmont 5.10 Tobias Wouldn't You Know
5.20 Dauvergne Ballet music (Les
Troqueurs) 5.35 Chopin Mazurka in C minor, Op 56 No 3
5.45 Fasch Sonata in D minor