With Tommy Pearson.
7.00-8.00: Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Lyudmila Leningrad PO, conductor Yevgeni Mravinsky Chopin Nocturnes, Op 9 Moura Lympany, Claudio Arrau and Maria Joao Pires (pianos) Mozart Serenade in G, K525 (Eine Kleine Nachtmusik) The
English Concert, director Andrew Manze
8.00-9.00: Puccini Crisantemi Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor
Riccardo Chailly Field Piano Concerto No 3 in E flat Andreas Staier (period piano)
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Andrew McGregor plays the latest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Colin Lawson compares the currently available recordings of Weber's Clarinet Quintet.
10.15 A roundup of recent reissues.
10.45 Gillian Moore reviews some recently released CDs of contemporary music.
11.15 An interview with Adrian Farmer of Nimbus Records on the chequered history of the company and its resurrection.
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: Villa-Lobos
Symphony No 10 (Amerindia) Francisco
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Andrew Manze presents a programme of music that has been of inspiration to him or has influenced his career as a violinist.
4/4. Tone Colour. Aaron Copland wrote that "timbre in music is analogous to colour in painting." Conductor Leonard Slatkin and the BBC Philharmonic experimentwith alternative orchestrations to various works to find out how composers use tone colour ortimbre. For example, how would the opening of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony sound if he had written it for brass instead of strings? With a complete performance of that masterpiece of tone colour, Rimsky-Korsakov's Capriccio Espagnol.
In the second of two programmes Lucy Duran continues her search for some of the rarest and most exciting traditional music in Greece. This week she travels down south to the birthplace of Zeus and the home to some of Greece's most celebrated musicians: Crete.
Claire Martin presents a selection of new releases and a UKjazzgigguide.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Significant Others - Mike Osborne Another chance to hear Jez Nelson 's profile of the British alto saxophonist. Producer Kathryn Willgress
Pinkerton, a dashing officer in the United
States Navy, is infatuated with the 15-year-old Butterfly, aware of herfragility, but "not content with life unless he makes his treasure the flowers on every shore. "He says, as he compares her to a butterfly, "I must pursue her even though I damage her wings." The stage is setfortragedy.
Stephanie Hughes presents Puccini's popular masterpiece.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Placido Domingo Act
7.25 The Met Opera Quiz Brian Zeger puts listeners' questions to Martin Bernheimer , Cori Ellison and Paul Thomason. Send questions to Met Opera Quiz, FDR Station, PO Box 805, New York, NY 10150 or via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3.
7.45 Opera Snaps Puccini scholar
Alexandra Wilson asks if the gloriously sensuous love music of Madama Butterfly was a heartfelt response to intense passion or an insincere creation written by and for a notorious womaniser.
7.55 Acts 2 and 3
Ian McMillan presents another showcase of new writing, language and performance. Producer Martin Smith
A radio poem to the corncrake.
Kathleen Jamie , poet and birder, travels to the Isle of Coll to hear male corncrakes as they "crex crex" theirwaythrough the Hebridean summer night. She enlists the help of the birds themselves, the island's RSPB warden Sarah Money and the Coll Drummers. ProducerTim Dee
Following the Cage festival last week, a programme of music by students and followers of Cage from the UK and the USA. Gavin Bryars The Squirrel and the Rickety Rackety Bridge (plus other early experimental works) Seth Josel and Alan Thomas (electric guitars), Ulrich Krieger
(saxophone) (Huddersfieid Contemporary Music Festival)
Stephen Montague Rim Fire; Chew Chow Chatterbox
Howard Skempton Slipstream
Ensemble Bash (Spitalfields Festival) Philip Glass Ik-Ook
David Lang Cheating, Lying, Stealing Crash Ensemble
With Louise Fryer. Schubert Gesangder
Geister uber den Wassern, D714
Mahler Symphony No 72.30 Mozart Violin Sonata in G, K301 2.45 Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 4 in G, BWV1049 3.05 Anon Benedictus; Caminus Ardebat (antiphon and canticle) 3.20 Durufle Prelude, Adagio and Choral Variations on the Theme of Veni
Creator, Op 4 3.40 Ernst Mielck Concert Piece, Op 9 4.10 Robert Kajanus Finnish Rhapsody No 1 4.20 Sibelius Finlandia Hymn 4.25 Marcel Tournier Au Matin
4.30 Couperin Treizième Concert a deux violes 4.40 Telemann Sonata in C (Der Getreue Music-Meister) 4.50 Dvorak
Legend in C, Op 59 No 4 5.00
Schubert Standchen , 0920 5.05 J Strauss (son), arr Berg Waltz : Wine, Woman and Song, Op 333
5.15 Falla Ritual Fire Dance (ElAmorBrujo)
5.20 Bizet Carmen: Suite No 1
5.30 Chopin Nocturne in G, Op 3 7 No 2
5.35 Suppe Overture: Poet and Peasant
5.50 Brahms Clarinet Sonata in Fminor, Op 120 No 1 6.10 Nielsen Wind Quintet,
Op 43 6.35 Noskowski The Steppes, Op 66