This weekend Martin Handley features music written for or about children. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Strauss Festive Prelude, Op 61 Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Wolfgang Sawallisch Mozart Piano Sonata in C,
K545 (Sonata Facile) Sviatoslav Richter
8.00-9.00: Hoist A Winter Idyll LPO, conductor David Atherton Debussy
Children's Corner Pascal Roge (piano)
Haydn String Quartet in B flat, Op 76 No 4 (Sunrise)Takacs Quartet
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Andrew McGregor plays the latest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Simon Heighes compares the available recordings of Bach's English Suites.
10.15 A roundup of recent reissues.
10.45 Ed Smith reviews new recordings of symphonies by Rimsky-Korsakov, Glazunov, Walter Piston , Egon Wellesz and Sallinen.
11.15 An interview with tenor
Anthony Rolfe-Johnson about his recording career.
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: Vivaldi Dixit
Dominus, RV594 Soloists, Concerto
Italiano, conductor Rinaldo Alessandrini PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com
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Lucie Skeaping presents a concert given by the New York-based ensemble Rebel at the 2003 Boston Early Music Festival, and interviews the group's founders,
Karen Marie Marmer and Jorg-Michael Schwarz. Telemann Sonata Polonois in A a 3, TWVA2A8; Sonata Discortato in A a 4, TWV:43 A 7; Sonata Polonois in G a 4, TWV:43 G 7; Sonata Polonois in B flat a 4, TWV:43 B3; Overture-Suite in E flat for flûte pastorelle and strings, TWV. 55 Es2
1/4. Conductor Leonard Slatkin explores ways of listening with fresh ears to the basic elements of music. Today he discusses rhythm: how do composers use it, and how do audiences hear it?
2/2. Lucy Duran concludes herjourneyto Vietnam in the company of musician Tran Quang Hai , who has returned home after 41 years in exile. They visit Ho Chi Minh City to sample the vibrant night life, hear traditional ritual music and visit one of the youngest and most famous zither players in the country.
Guitarist Martin Taylor , singer
Fionna Duncan and Stephen Graham , editor of Jazzwise magazine, playtheirfavourite discs from 2003 and give theirthoughts on the coming year. Presented by Claire Martin.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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3/4. George Melly presents a history of one of the world's most famous jazz clubs. By 1965 Ronnie Scott 's moved to larger premises on Frith Street. Regular visitors included Princess Margaret (an admirer of Oscar Peterson ) and the young Kenneth Clarke (a fan of hard bop). Among the performers were Buddy Rich with his big band, Mike Westbrook , Weather Report and Sarah Vaughan. Producer Alan Hall
// Barbiere di Siviglia
Despite its disastrous premiere in 1816, Rossini's comic opera has become one of the most popular of the genre. It's the classic romance of the lady and her young suitor, and their attempts to outwit the old man who is her guardian and his rival for her hand in marriage. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Bruno Campanella Act
8.10 Interval: The Met Opera Quiz
Thor Eckert puts listeners' questions to Ken Benson , Robert Dennis and Sarah Bryan Miller.
Send questions to Met Opera Quiz, FDR Station. PO Box 805, New York NY 10150, orviawww.bbc.co.uk/radio3
8.25 Opera Snaps Nicholas Payne reflects on the masterful finale to Act 1 and anticipates some of the musical and dramatic highs and lows to come in Act 2.
8.30 Act 2
Radio Tarifa Calling
Three musicians, Fain S Duenas , Vincent Molino and Benjamin Escoriza , have been exploringthe origins of Spanish culture, including Flamenco, in the Romances of the medieval Moors, in the chansons of French troubadours, and in the poetry of Sephardic Jews and of Garcia Lorca. Their fictional radio station builds a montage bytuning in to concert and studio recordings, interviews and readings. Producers Sean Street and Julian May
The first of two programmes featuring the music of lannis Xenakis. Plus an early work and a new piece by Harrison Birtwistle. From concerts recorded last year at London's Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Xenakis Okho ; Eonta; Echange; N'Shima; Thallein Linda Hirst and Hilary Summers
(mezzos), Mark van de Wiel (bass clarinet), Nicolas Hodges (piano), London
Sinfonietta, conductor Diego Masson Birtwistle Tragoedia; Theseus Game
London Sinfonietta, conductors Martyn Brabbins and Pierre-Andre Valade
With John Shea. Mozart Divertimento in D,
K136; Violin Concerto No 5 in A, K219;
Symphony No 29 in A, K201 2.10 Mahler, arr Schoenberg and Riehn Das Lied von der Erde 3.15 Arensky Suite No 4, Op 62
3.35 Shostakovich Cello Sonata, Op 40
3.55 Bruckner Ecce Sacerdos
4.05 Pejacevic Barkarola ; Song without Words, Op 5; Butterfly, Op 6; Impromptu, Op 94.15 Kodaly Transylvanian Lament
4.20 Luys de Narvaez La Cancion del Emperador (Mille Regretz)
4.25 Verdi Duet of Padre Guardiano and Leonora (La Forza del Destino, Act 2)
4.40 Schubert An Emma, D113c
4.45 Brahms, arrSquarcia Three
Hungarian Dances 4.50 Bartok Romanian Folk Dances 5.00 Mozart Overture:
Don Giovanni 5.05 Gluck The Dance ofthe
Blessed Spirits (Orfeo ed Euridice)
5.10 Halevy Quand de la Nuit I 'Epais Nuage (L 'Eclair) 5.15 Britten Les
Illuminations, Op 18 5.35 Hummel
Trumpet Concerto in E 5.55 Schubert Der Zwerg, D891 6.00 Chopin Variations in E on a German National Air, Op Posth
6.10 Bach Oboe Sonata in B minor,
BWV1030 6.25 Sibelius Sigh, Sedges, Sigh, Op 36 No 4 6.30 Stenhammar Spring Night 6.35 Krenz Concertino