With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Wagner, transcr Rubinstein/ Rudy Siegfried Idyll Mikhail Rudy (piano)
Walton, after Bach Ballet Suite: The Wise Virgins English Northern Philharmonia, conductor David Lloyd-Jones
8.00-9.00: Rameau, transcr attrib Decroix Sixi ème Concert Les Talens
Lyriques, director Christophe Rousset Britten Hymn to St Cecilia
Choir of St John's College, Cambridge, director Christopher Robinson
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Andrew McGregor plays the latest releases.
9.30 Buildinga Library: Jeremy Summerly compares recordings of Handel's Ode for St Cecilia's Day.
10.15 Jeremy Siepmann discusses the new Horowitz Centenary Edition.
10.45 Edward Seckerson reviews new orchestral recordings, including Gilbert Kaplan 's new Vienna PO's recording of Mahler's Symphony No 2 (Resurrection).
11.15 An interview with conductor
David Lloyd-Jones concentrating on his recent recordings of British music for Naxos.
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: Susan Graham at Carnegie Hall Susan Graham (mezzo), Malcolm Martineau (piano) www.bbc-co.uk/radio3/cdreview
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A rare chance to hear excerpts from
Mozart's arrangement of Handel's great ode for St Cecilia's Day, Alexander's Feast, performed bythe English Concert and Choir conducted by Andrew Manzewith soloists Emma Bell (soprano), Paul Agnew (tenor) and Roderick Williams (baritone).
Charles Hazlewood isjoined by baritone Roderick Williams and the BBC NOW to explore Mahler's youthful setting of his own poems, Songs of a Wayfarer, and the link between them and the First Symphony.
London Jazz Festival
Lucy Duran introduces a concert from the Union Chapel in London, with music from Syrian qanun master Abdullah Chhadeh and his band, and the exciting, flamenco-driven group Ojosde Brujofrom Spain.
London Jazz Festival
From the Free Stage at the Royal Festival Hall foyer, Claire Martin introduces award-winning Australian saxophonist
Jamie Oehlerson his first visit to the UK. And one of the UK's top pianists, Jonathan Gee and his trio, plays a tribute to Thelonious Monk.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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New series 1:Jazz Is Not Dead, It Just Smells Funny!
A three-part series in which Charles Shaar Murray explores the influence of jazz on the music of Frank Zappa , who died ten years ago. Zappa claimed that he didn't like jazz and complained of its endless
" noodling". But he was a virtuoso guitarist and he used some of the most dazzling improvisers of his day- many of whom give interviews here. ProducerRobertAbel
Kit and the Widow delve into the world of early Victorian music hall. With the help of Gerard McBurney and Kim Criswell they unearth some of the lyrics that delighted and scandalised Victorian society. Producer Lyndon Jones
American director Robert Wilson 's critically acclaimed production of Verdi's grandest of grand operas comes to the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Egypt and Ethiopia are at war, and among the captives taken by the Egyptians is Aida, the Ethiopian king's daughter. When her captor, Princess Amneris, discovers they are rivals forthe attention of the Egyptian captain Radames, an intense and tragic drama unfolds. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, conductor Antonio Pappano Acts land 2
8.25 Interval: Opera Box
Stephanie Hughes talks to
Antonio Pappano and Robert Wilson about their approaches to the opera, and is joined by opera historian Sarah Lenton to discuss the history of Aida on stage. Followed by: Egyptomania A look at the craze for
Egyptiana following Napoleon's campaigns there from 1792 to 1815 and the discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb in 1920. 8.55 Acts 3 and 4
London Jazz Festival
Ian McMillan presents a programme recorded at the Spitz in London, in which saxophonist Denys Baptiste and poet
Adisa use inspiring words to create a new piece, writer Geoff Dyer experiments with jazz prose, and Zena Edwards performs her jazz poetry. Plus an appearance from audio-cartoonist Peter Blegvad. Producer Erin Riley
Ivan Hewettwith highlights from the Zagreb Biennale Festival last April, with music by Frano Durevic , Silvio Foretic and Milan Tarbuk. And from a concert recorded in October, the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group conducted by James MacMillan performs Howard Skempton 's Chamber Concerto, Thea Musgrave 's
Lamenting with Ariadne (with trumpeter Jonathan Holland and violist Christopher Yates ), Galina Ustvolskaya 's Octet and Symphony No 5 with Graeme Broadbent (reciter), and the conductor's own piece, The Exorcism of Rio Sumpul.
With Susan Sharpe. Beethoven Symphony
No 4 in B flaf Strauss Ein Heldenleben
2.25 Robert Ballard Volta and Coranto
2.35 Vivaldi Sonata a Quattro in C
2.50 Bach The Art of Fugue, BWV1080
4.05 Mozart Serenade in G, K525 (Eine Kleine Nachtmusik) 4.10 Beethoven
Variations in F, Op 34 4.25 Gesualdo Ave, Dulcissima Maria 4.30 Elgar, arr Passmore Salut 'Amour 4.35 Doppler Andante and Rondo, Op 25 4.45 Liszt Hungarian
Rhapsody No 1 in F minor 5.00 Kodaly Viennese Clock and Entrance of the Emperor and His Courtiers (HaryJanos)
5.05 Grainger Hill-Song No 1 5.15 Alabiev Overture in F minor 5.35 Debussy Violin
Sonata 5.50 Vaughan Williams Variations for Brass Band 6.05 Franck Organ Piece in E flat 6.15 Poulenc Figure Humaine
6.35 Toumier Images, Op 35
6.45Goossens Concertino, Op 4 7