With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Glazunov From Darkness to Light BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Tadaaki Otaka
Mozart Idomeneo (ballet music) Academy of Ancient Music, conductor Christopher Hogwood
8.00-9.00: Beethoven 11 Bagatelles, Op 119 Alfred Brendel (piano)
Elgar Introduction and Allegro, Op 4 Kuchl Quartet,
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
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Andrew McGregor plays the latest releases.
9.30 Building a Library:
Ivan Hewett compares the recordings currently available of Mozart's Requiem.
10.15 Bo van der Meulen reviews recently reissued recordings of Maria Callas.
10.45 Peter Paul Nash reviews recent contemporary recordings, including Arvo Part performed by Polyphony,
Gidon Kremer 's latest recording with Kremerata Baltica, and a new recording of music by James MacMillan.
11.15 A conversation with pianist Roger Vignoles on the role of the accompanist and the psychology of singers.
11.45 The Listening Booth:
Listeners can choose from the list of new
CD releases on the programme website .
12.30 Disc of the Week:
Bach English Suite No 6 in D minor, BWV811 Angela Hewitt (piano) www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview
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van Der Meulen
Storm and Yearning
Andrew Manze presents the Berlin Academy of Early Music performing unusual repertory at the Utrecht Festival: an Adagio and Fugue by WF Bach;
Jan Freiheit as soloist in CH Graun's Viola da
Gamba Concerto; and Franz Ignaz Beck 's Symphony in G minor.
What's the best way to approach listening to a brand new piece of music? Charles Hazlewood, soloist Ittai Shapiro and the BBC Concert Orchestra explores this question by looking at a new violin concerto by Israeli-American composer
Shulamit Ran. Their audience workshop is followed by the British premiere of this Romantic and intense work.
Lucy Duran and Charlie Gillett look at the nominees forthe Radio 3 Awards for World
Music 2004. The nominations were announced last Sunday at Womex, the annual gathering of the world-music industry, which this year took place in Seville. The final Poll Winners' Concert will take place next March in Edinburgh.
Vocalist diva Cassandra Wilson talks about her CD Clamoured. And Claire Martin chats to saxophonist Martin Speake about his latest album, Exploring Standards.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Another chance to hear this two-part exploration of the issue of race on the UK jazz scene. In the first part, Kevin le Gendre and guests from the jazz world speak their minds on what it's been like to be a black jazz musician in Britain
over the last 60 years.
Cabaret as we know it began in Paris in thel880s at Le Chat Noir. But the French cabarets Pepys wrote of in 1662, saying that "they have writ upon the walls ...
'Dieu te regarde'", were much seamier establishments. This evening Kit and the Widow return with another show exploring the notion of cabaret, from the strange to the hilarious. Producer Lyndon Jones
The first ever production at the Royal
Opera House, Covent Garden, of Handel's dramatic masterpiece. Radio 3 New
Generation Artist Alice Coote heads the cast as the flawed hero Orlando, whose quest for both love and honourdrives him to madness. And while mortals suffer, the magician Zoroastro and the Gods look on, locked in their own struggle between passion and reason. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment conductor Harry Bicket
Ian McMillan brings the programme to the edge of England with an appearance at the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival. There's a new piece with a coastline theme written for the programme by Paul Farley , winner of last year's Whitbread Poetry Award. Plus readings and performance from other leading poets at the festival. Producer Mohit Bakaya
To mark the Society for the Promotion of New Music's 60th birthday, Alwynne Pritchard presents an SPNM concert recorded in June at the Spitalfields Festival in London.
Britten Sinfonia, conductor Richard Baker Judith Weir King Harald Sails to Byzantium lain Matheson Pieces of Pieces (first performance)
Philip Neil Martin Long after Darkness Cover (first performance)
Thea Musgrave Lamenting with Ariadne Also tonight, part of an SPNM concert curated by Robert Saxton and given by the BBC Singers, featuring works by Elisabeth Lutyens and Elizabeth Maconchy -both important figures in the early years of the society- plus Woefully Arrayed by Robin Holloway , who's also 60 this year.
With Louise Fryer.
Bruckner Symphony No 8 in C minor
2.25 Telemann Missa Brevis
2.40 Mozart Piano Sonata in C, K330
3.05 Schubert Piano Quintet in A, D667
(Trout) 3.45Lajtha Three Nocturnes, Op 34
4.05 Dohnanyi Symphonic Minutes
4.20 Geminiani Concerto Grosso in D,
Op 7 No 1 4.30 Squire Tarantella, Op 23
4.35 A Benjamin North American Square Dance 4.50 Verdi Overture: The Sicilian
Vespers 5.00 Benoit Lauda Sion; Regina Coeli; Panis Angelicus; Salve Regina
5.25 Bach Concerto in A minor for four keyboards, BWV1065 5.35AttribRameau ConcertinA 5.45 Bellini, arranon Trumpet Concerto in E flat 5.55 Hellendaal Cello
Sonata in D, Op 5 No 2 6.05 Josquin des
Prez Plaine de Dueil 6.15 Dalza Kalata ala Spagnola 6.20 Mahler Ich Ging mit Lust
Durch ein Grunen Wald 6.25 Schumann
Piano Concerto in A minor