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: Morning on 3

With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Tchaikovsky Capriccio Italien RCA Victor SO, conductor Kirill Kondrashin Liszt Hamlet Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur
8.00-9.00: Haydn Piano Sonata in E flat, HXVI25 Ronald Brautigam
Bach Cantata No 107: Was Willst Du Dich Betruben Yukari Nonoshita (soprano), Makoto Sakurada (tenor), Peter Kooy (bass), Bach Collegium Japan, director Masaaki Suzuki

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Handley.
Unknown: Tchaikovsky Capriccio Italien
Conductor: Kurt Masur
Unknown: Ronald Brautigam
Tenor: Makoto Sakurada
Tenor: Peter Kooy
Director: Masaaki Suzuki

: The Cowan Collection

With Rob Cowan. Regular features include The Innocent Ear and a Bargain Hunter CD recommendation. Plus the recording of Schubert's Mass in A flat recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes: Beethoven Overture: Fidelio
Bavarian State Opera Orchestra, conductor Ferenc Fricsay
Jose Marin Sepan Todos Quo Muero Montserrat Figueras (soprano), Rolf Lislevand (guitar)
Brahms, arr Cziffra Hungarian Dances: No 2 in D minor; No 6 in D Georges Cziffra (piano)
Tchaikovsky String Quartet in D, Op 11 (2ndmvt) David Oistrakh Quartet
Mozart Symphony No 33 in B flat, K319 Orchestra di Padova del Veneto, conductor Peter Maag
Email your comments to: cowancollection@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Rob Cowan.
Conductor: Ferenc Fricsay
Guitar: Rolf Lislevand
Unknown: David Oistrakh
Conductor: Peter Maag

: Private Passions

Michael Berkeley's guest is actor Andrew Sachs, whose musical passions are for the clarinet, piano and guitar. His choices include a little-known concerto by Kozeluch and music by Stravinsky, Jelly Roll Morton and Gershwin.

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Berkeley
Guest: Andrew Sachs

: The Early Music Show

Andrew Manze presents motets and madrigals by 16th-century Flemish composer Philippe de Monte. Eclipsed in recent times by his contemporaries
Lassus and Palestrina, De Monte was their equal during his lifetime, especially as a writer of madrigals. Bo Holten conducts the BBC Singers in a selection of De Monte's works, and the Sixteen, conducted by Harry Christophers , reveal the musical link between De Monte and William Byrd.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Manze
Unknown: Philippe de Monte.
Unknown: De Monte
Unknown: Bo Holten
Conducted By: Harry Christophers
Conducted By: William Byrd.

: Sunday Gala

A recital recorded at the Queen Elizabeth Hall last month.
Jean-Philippe Collard (piano) Schumann Papillons , Op 2; Kreisleriana, Op 16
Debussy Danse Bohémienne; Reverie; L'lsleJoyeuse
Rachmaninov Preludes (excerpts)

Contributors

Unknown: Queen Elizabeth Hall
Piano: Schumann Papillons

: Attenborough's Journeys: Travels into Europe

3/6. David Attenborough shares more of the collection of CDs he takes with him on his travels. Today he takes a musical journey into Europe, including works by the Scottish Renaissance composer Kinloch and Gypsy music from Romania.

Contributors

Presenter: David Attenborough
Producer: Anthony Sellors

: Three for All

Louise Fryer presents this week's listener requests, including Solomon playing Chopin, Monteverdi's Lamento della Ninfa, and Carlo Maria Giulini conducting Verdi's
Messa da Requiem at the Proms in 1963. Plus more recommendations for the perfect music to take on your travels. Send your requests by PHONE: [number removed] email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3
Address: Three for All. BBC Wales, CF5 2YQ

Contributors

Unknown: Louise Fryer
Unknown: Carlo Maria Giulini

: Music Matters

Tom Service puts Spectrum to the test-the Associated Board's new book and CD of specially commissioned short cello pieces aimed at students, amateurs and

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Service

: Drama on 3: The Winter's Tale

By William Shakespeare.
A play that explores the cycles of human life, the destructiveness of jealousy and the need for understanding, forgiveness and reconciliation.

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Accordion: Nigel Waterhouse
Music composed By: Gary Yershon
Producer/Director: Nadia Molinari
Leontes: Michael Feast
Hermione: Emma Fielding
Polixenes: Kenneth Cranham
Camillo: David Fielder
Paulina: Claire Benedict
Perdita: Elianne Byrne
Florizel: Graeme Hawley
Mamillius: Matthew Beard
The Shepherd: Russell Dixon
The Young Shepherd: John Lloyd Fillingham
Autolycus: Toby Jones
Mopsa/Emilia: Olwen May
Dorcus: Deborah McAndrew
Antigonus: Seamus O'Neill
Cleomenes: James Nickerson
Dion/Time: Jim Findley
Archidamus: Jonathan Keeble

: Sunday Feature: The Man Who BoughtMarfa

Patrick Wright heads for the remote town of Marfa, Texas, (population 2,424) on the trail of the artist Donald Judd , whose work is currently on show atTate Modern,
London. After making his name in New York, Judd arrived in Marfa in 1972 and gradually bought up buildings and a former prisoner-of-war camp, which he claimed were ideal spaces for the display of his art. Now, ten years after Judd'sdeath, how does Marfa remember him? Producer John Goudie

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Wright
Artist: Donald Judd
Producer: John Goudie

: Andy Kershaw

Bush Doctor , from Sierra Leone, brings his mixture of West African highlife and reggae to UK radio forthe first time.

Contributors

Unknown: Bush Doctor

: Composer of the Week:George Frideric Handel

(1685-1759).
1/5. Donald Macleod looks at the music Handel wrote in connection with his patrons.
Dixit Dominus (excerpt)
Westminster Abbey Choir and Orchestra, conductor Simon Preston
// Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno (excerpt) Deborah York and Gemma Bertagnolli (sopranos), Sara Mingardo
(mezzo), Nicholas Sears (tenor), Concerto Italiano, director Rinaldo Alessandrini
Per Te Lasciai la Luce (II Delirio Amoroso) Magdalena Kozena (soprano), Les Musiciensdu Louvre, conductor Marc Minkowski
Repeated from Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Conductor: Simon Preston
Sopranos: Gemma Bertagnolli
Sopranos: Sara Mingardo
Tenor: Nicholas Sears
Director: Rinaldo Alessandrini
Soprano: Magdalena Kozena
Conductor: Marc Minkowski

: Through the Night

With Susan Sharpe.
David Hildebrandt (marimba) and Ars Nova Vocal Ensemble, conductor Paul Hillier , perform works by Gudmundsen-Holmgreen, Steve Martland , and Wayne Siegel.
2.05 Berlioz Romeo et Juliette
2.55 Chopin Nocturnes, Mazurkas and Waltzes (selection) 3.15 Beethoven String Quartet in C sharp minor, Op 131
3.55 Solnitz Sinfonia in A, Op 3 No 4
4.10 Monteverdi Prologue: IIRitorno d'Ulisse in Patria
4.20 JM Kraus Symphony in
4.30 Froberger Toccata No 5
4.35 Brahms Two Motets, Op 29
4.50 Rossini Overture: II Barbiere di
Siviglia 5.00 Abel Flute Sonata in G, Op 6 No 6 5.10 Bruhns Hemmt Eure Tranenflut
5.25 Geminiani Concerto Grosso in E minor, Op 3 No 6 5.35 Britten A Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra
5.50 Gluck Ballet Suite: Paride e Elena
6.05 Druschetsky Sextet in E flat
6.20 Liszt Piano Concerto No 1 in E flat
6.45 Alfven Swedish Rhapsody No 1, Op 19 (Midsummer Vigil)

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Sharpe.
Unknown: David Hildebrandt
Conductor: Paul Hillier
Unknown: Steve Martland
Unknown: Wayne Siegel.








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