With Martin Handley.
Turina Piano Trio No 2 in B minor. Op 76 Beaux Arts Trio
6.30 Haydn Symphony No 89 in F Philharmonia Hungarica, conductor Antal Dorati
7.00 Debussy Trois Chansons de Charles d' Orleans
Cambridge Singers, director John Rutter
7.40 Walton, arr Mathieson Suite: Henry V Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Litton
8.15 Handel Qual FiorChe all' Alba Ride Patricia Petibon and Anna Maria
Panzarella (sopranos), Le Concert d'Astree, director Emmanuelle HaTm
8.3SSatie Relâche New London
Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
Full details of Morning on 3's music are posted at www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists a few days before transmission EMAIL: email@example.com
With Andrew McGregor , who plays some of this month's newest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Ivan Hewett compares the currently available recordings of Ligeti's Etudes for piano.
10.15 A roundup of recent CD reissues.
10.30 Peter Paul Nash has been listening to new recordings of Nordic music, including songs by Nielsen, and Sibelius from the Lahti Symphony Orchestra.
11.00 An interview with baritone
Simon Keenlyside , whose recordings range from lieder to major operatic roles.
11.30 Disc of the Week: Britten Violin
Concerto, Op.15 Maxim Vengerov , LSO, conductor Mstislav Rostropovich www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
DISC DETAILS: call the Radio 3 Information Line on [number removed] or consult CEEFAX, BBC1. page 651
This week is National Architecture Week, and Michael Berkeley 's guest today is one of Britain's leading architects. SirTerry Farrell has completed high-profile buildings and masterplans in cities as diverse as Edinburgh, Hong Kong and Seattle. His work in the UK has included Charing Cross Station, the MI6 headquarters building and the award-winning International Centre for Life in Newcastle. His musical tastes include Monteverdi, Mozart, Beethoven,
Schubert, George Benjamin , the Beatles and traditional music from South America and his native Ireland. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
Born in the Amazon and now based in New York, Vinicius Cantuaria is a singer, guitarist and composer who is taking his native bossa nova into the 21st century. Lucy Duran welcomes Cantuaria and his group to the World Routes studio for some live music, and dusts off the gramophone player as journalist Will Hodgkinson airs some classic Brazilian vinyl.
Humphrey Carpenter introduces a selection of listeners' requests, including: Stravinsky Ballet: Agon
Leningrad PO, conductor Yevgeni Mravinsky Elgar Violin Concerto in B minor
Yehudi Menuhin , LSO conducted by the Composer Virgil Thomson Acadian Dances from "Louisiana Story"
New London Orchestra, conductor Ronald Corp
ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice, New Broadcasting House, Manchester, M60 1SJ PHONE: [number removed] EMAIL: email@example.com
Claire Martin presents highlights of the latest jazz CD releases. And Pat Metheny , who has a new solo acoustic guitar album out, chats to Julian Joseph.
With Geoffrey Smith.
ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London, W1A4WW FAX: [number removed]
Oscar's Odyssey. 2:JohnDankworth continues his profile of the great Canadian jazz pianist Oscar Peterson. Centred around a recent interview with Peterson, and featuring rare archive material, today's programme focuses on the influential work of Peterson's trio with double bass player Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen from 1958 to 1965. Producer David Perry
Piers Burton-Page presents
Katie Mitchell 's new production for Welsh National Opera of Handel's Jephtha.
Based on the Old Testament storyfrom the Book of Judges, it is a heady mix of religion, politics and war. Jephtha rashly strikes a bargain with Jehovah to sacrifice the first living thing he sees if he returns home victorious afterthe battle against the Ammonites, with disastrous consequences for his own family.
Welsh National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Paul McCreesh
In National Architecture Week, a new story written for a building and an investigation into howtext is used in architectural design. Plus an interview with Hollywood screenwriter William C Martell , author of The Secrets of Action Screenwriting. Presented by Ian McMillan. Producer Rob Ketteridge
To mark National Architecture Week, Alwynne Pritchard explores music's relationship with buildings, starting with Chroma by Rebecca Saunders - a new site-specific work performed by Music
Projects London with conductor Richard Bernas inTate Modern in London.
Plus another chance to hear Music for
Spaces: composers including Karlheinz Stockhausen , La Monte Young and Alvin Lucier describe how they write music which exploits ortransforms the performing space. There's also a concert from the Bath International Music Festival.
London Sinfonietta, conductor Martyn Brabbins Graham Fitkin Ardent
Rebecca Saunders Quartet Mark van de Wiel (clarinet) Morgan Hayes Dark Room Richard Barrett Stirrings Laurence Crane Estonia
Sam Hayden Collateral Damage
van De Wiel
With Jonathan Swain.
Schubert Overture in D, D556
Beethoven Violin Concerto in D, Op 61 Brahms Symphony No 2 in D
2.30 AF Lindblad String Quartet No 6 in E flat 2.55 CPE Bach Cantata: Der Herr
Lebt, Wq251 3.30 Rachmaninov Piano
Concerto No 3 in D minor 4.15 Sweelinck
Toccata; Ricercare 4.25 Ravel Nicolette; Trois Beaux Oiseaux du Paradis; Ronde
4.30 Luka Sorkocevic Symphony No 6 in D
4.40 Tallis Suscipe Quaeso Domine 4.50 Vivaldi Concerto da Camera in C, RV88
5.00 Schubert Overture in B flat, D4 70
5.10 Grieg Norwegian Peasant Dances, Op 72 (excerpts) 5.20 Ciuriionis De Profundis 5.25 Ravel La Valse
5.40 Wagner Siegfried Idyll