With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Bach Violin Sonata in G,
BWV1019 Giuliano Carmignola , Andrea Marcon (harpsichord)
Enescu Romanian Rhapsody No 1 Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Neeme Jarvi
8.00-9.00: Haydn Piano Sonata in A flat, H XVI 43 Emanuel Ax
Schumann String Quartet in A minor, Op 41 Nol Zehetmair Quartet
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Andrew McGregor plays the latest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Jonathan Swain compares recordings of Debussy's Jeux.
10.15 A roundup of recent reissues.
10.45 Clare Stevens reviews new choral releases, including Yan Pascal Tortelier 's recording of the Faure Requiem with the BBC Philharmonic, Purcell anthems by Chanticleer, and a new take on the Tallis Spem in Alium from the Sixteen.
11.15 An interview with Peter Cropper and Robin Ireland of the Lindsays about the dynamics of playing in a quartet and their recent Beethoven and Borodin recordings.
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: Chopin Two
Mazurkas, Op 63; Ballade No 4 in Fminor, Op52 Piotr Anderszewski (piano) www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview
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Haydn in London
The Florilegium Ensemble perform chamber versions of two of Haydn's
London symphonies. And Catherine Bott and David Owen Norris perform songs from the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens.
The Confession of Isobel Gowdie
In 1662 Isobel Gowdie, from Nairn in Scotland, was strangled at the stake and burned in pitch after having confessed to being a witch and consorting with the devil. James MacMillan , who has composed what he has describes as "the requiem that Isobel Gowdie never had," reveals to Stephen Johnson how the work was written. With examples and a complete performance of the work from the BBC
Philharmonic conducted by the composer.
Lucy Duran introduces a session by Indian musician and ghazal kingJagjit it Singh, and Verity Sharp meets the master of the Iranian kamancheh, Kayhan Kalhor. And
Album of the Year nominees are announced for the 2004 Awards for World Music.
Claire Martin talks to Israeli-born multi-instrumentalist Avishai Cohen about his new album Lyla.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Jazz from Hell
2: Make a Jazz Noise Here
Charles Shaar Murray continues his exploration of the influence of jazz on the music of Frank Zappa , who died ten years ago. He focuses on the role of the star sidemen used by Zappa in creating his music. Featuring interviews with many of these musicians, including Arthur Barrow ,
Adrian Belew , Mike Brecker , George Duke , Bruce Fowler , Ralph Humphrey , Tommy Mars , Patrick O'Hearn and Don Preston , and archive interviews with Zappa himself. Producer Robert Abel See also Jazz on 3 Friday 11.30pm
Kit and the Widow present another cabaret fest, with Howard Goodall , whose compositions include the theme tunes for Blackadder, Red Dwarf and The Vicar of Dibley, and diva-of-the-week Rosie Ashe. Producer Lyndon Jones
Le Roi Arthus
A centenary production of Chausson's dramatic opera from La Monnaie in Brussels where it was first performed.
The legend of the noble King Arthur and the fated love of Lancelot and Guinevere fascinated Chausson throughout his life, and he plays out the conflict in music of great power and luminosity. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
Brussels La Monnaie Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Daniele Callegari.
Ian McMillan presents the first of a new series of dramatic monologues by Ken Campbell. Plus an audio diary from Susan Elderkin , winner of the Orange Prize for Fiction, who shares her thoughts on a journey across China as part of the British Council's Writers' Train. Producer Erin Riley
Killing Time. British artist Cornelia Parker explores the indeterminate nature of waiting. Producer Kate Bland
London Jazz Festival
Sarah Walker presents Big Noise, a collaboration between UK-based ensemble Icebreaker and the Orkest de Volharding from the Netherlands as they embark on their Contemporary Music Network tour.
Featuring fourfirst performances, including Radio 3 commissions by Joe Cutler (Jack the Diamond's Jamming Station) and Yannis Kyriakides (Lab Fly Dreams), and new works by Dutch composers Cornells de Bondt and Diderik Wagenaar.
With Louise Fryer. Haydn Symphony No 67 in F; Sinfonia Concertante in B flat, H 1105 Beethoven Symphony No 6 in F (Pastoral)
3.05 Lassus Omnia Tempus Habent; lam Lucis Orto Sidere 3.10 Bach Chromatic
Fantasia and Fugue in D minor, BWV903
3.25 Mouton Lute Suite in C minor
3.35 Dvarionas The Reeds 3.40
Scriabin Poeme Satanique , Op 36 3.45 Mozart
Four Minuets, K601 3.55 Gines de Morata Pues Que No Puedo Olvidarte
4.00 Ireland A Downland Suite 4.15 Jacob
Five Pieces (arr for harmonica and strings)
4.30 CPE Bach Fantasia in C, Wq61 No 6
4.40 Claudin de Sermisy Five Chansons
4.50 Franck Pièce Heroique in B minor
5.00 Faure Nocturne No 12 in E minor, Op 107 5.05 Parac Andante Amoroso
5.10 Bruckner Os lusti 5.15 Beethoven
Overture: Egmont 5.25 Nielsen In the Seraglio Garden; Irmelin Rose
5.30 Lisinski Evening 5.40Saint-Saens Danse Macabre. Op 40 (arr for organ)
5.45 Corelli Sonata da Chiesa in A, Op 1 No 3 5.55 Wert Qual Musico Gentil
6.05 Chopin Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante , Op 22
6.20Francaix Wind Quintet No 1
6.40 Berlioz Overture: King Lear