With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Haydn Cello Concerto in D,
H Vllb 2 Christophe Coin , Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
Tallis The Lamentations of Jeremiah, Part 1 The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers Part 2 will be broadcast on tomorrow's Morningon 3
8.00-9.00: Britten Four Sea Interludes (Peter Grimes ) English SO, conductor
William Boughton Telemann Concerto in A minor for recorder, two violins and continuo Ensemble Florilegium
Full details of Momingon 3 's music are posted at www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists on the day of transmission
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Andrew McGregor plays the latest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Denis McCaldin compares the currently available recordings of Haydn's Paris symphonies.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Alyn Shipton reviews some recently released CDs of American music.
11.15 An interview with David Waterman and Garfield Jackson of the Endellion
String Quartet, who discuss national styles and inftuences, and music by "insiders".
11.45 The Listening Booth: Listeners may choose from the list of new CD releases on the programme website .
12.30 Disc of the Week: Arcadia: Chamber Cantatas from Baroque Italy
Gasparini Ecco, Che Alfin Ritorno Corelli Concertino a 7 Pasquini Navicella, Ove Ten
Vai Andreas Scholl (countertenor), Accademia Bizantina , director Ottavio Dantone www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview
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Scotia Crescat. Lucie Skeaping talks to Ian McFarlane about the remarkable polymath of the Scottish Enlightenment,
Sir John Clerk of Penicuik, with three of his cantatas performed by Sonnerie with sopranos Mhairie Lawson and Lorna Anderson.
Ragas from Dawn to Dusk Sitar virtuoso Nishat Khan demonstrates how Indian classical music works, and explores the rich, centuries-old, orally transmitted heritage of the raga. He reveals how his own family tradition is rooted in the vocal music of India, and shows how he constructs a musical performance through improvisation. With the assistance of colleagues on the tabla (drum) and the tampura (drone instrument).
Mary Ann Kennedy and Benjamin Zephaniah host the Poll Winners' Concert, held on Tuesday at the Usher Hall in Edinburgh, with performances from winners of this year's awards, including Rokia Traore (Mali), Kadim al Sahir (Iraq), Ibrahim Ferrer (Cuba), DJ Dolores (Brazil), DaaraJ (Senegal),
Sevara Nazarkhan (Uzbekistan), Think of One (Belgium) and Ojos de Brujo (Spain). And the winner of the Audience Award is announced. Presented by Lucy Duran.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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2/3. John Dankworth 's profile of the great jazz pianist Oscar Peterson continues with a look at the influential work of Peterson's trio with double bass player Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen in the late 1950s and early 60s. Producer David Perry
A new production of Mozart's dramatic opera charting the final exploits of the notorious womanising Don, whose luck with the opposite sex appears to be failing. Atrail of attempted seduction and violence eventually leads him to one of the most intense and shocking scenes in opera as he is dragged unrepentant into hell. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor James Levine Act
8.05 The Met Opera Quiz Alan Wagner puts listeners'questions to Phillip Gainsley , Stuart Hamilton and Sarah Bryan Miller.
Send questions to Met Opera Quiz, FDR Station, PO Box 805, New York, NY 10150orviawww.bbc.co.uk/radio3
8.25 Opera Snaps
At the masked ball in Don Giovanni , Mozart prefigures Charles Ives by combining three different dances, forthree different classes of society, all at once. Hilary Finch reflects on the wider implications of this moment of musical chaos.
8.35 Act 2
See also Performance on 3 tomorrow at 6.30pm and Composer of the Week Mon-Fri at 12 noon
David Gillard on the genius of Mozart: pll9 Why we should love Mozart: page 31
Ian McMillan presents a new short story by Mia Couto, Mozambique's best-known writer; Mark Abley reports on the richness of some of the world's endangered languages; and Ned Thomas untangles the relationship of power, politics, land and language. Producer Julian May
Notes from the Rainforest. Brazilian musician Albery Albuquerque Jr explores the rich soundworld of the Amazon rainforest, from the po-po-po of a passing riverboatto the complex song of the tiny Uirapuru bird. Producer Mark Rickards
More performances from the new Leeds new music festival. Robert Worby presents music for string quartet from concerts by the Mondriaan Quartet of Amsterdam and the Smith Quartet, including works by John Zorn and Django Bates.
With Louise Fryer. Brahms Violin Concerto in D Tchaikovsky Manfred Symphony: Pas de Deux (The Nutcracker) Vadim Repin
(violin), CBSO/Sakari Oramo (Proms 2003)
2.40 Prokofiev Sarcasmes , Op 17
2.50 Shostakovich String Quartet No 5, Op 92 3.20 Berio Folk Songs
3.45 Bizet L 'Arlesienne (excerpts)
4.05 Kreisler Berceuse Romantique , Op 9
4.10 Lysenko Songof the Cherubim;
0, My God, Your Face Is My Light in a Tunnel
4.15 CPE Bach Harpsichord Sonata in G minor, Wq65 4.30 Mozart Don Giovanni (excerpts) 4.35 Liszt Reminiscences on Bellini's Norma 4.50 J Strauss (son) Overture: Die Fledermaus 5.00 Bach
Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV889 (Well-Tempered Clavier) 5.05 Haydn
Symphony No 4 in D 5.20 Popper Fantasy on Little Russian Songs, Op 43
5.30 Rossini La Chanson du Bebe
5.35 Bernstein Overture: Candide
5.40 Villa-Lobos Bachiana Brasiliera No 5
5.50 Pederson Pratum Spirituale (excerpts)
6.00 Thuille Sextet in B flat for piano and wind, Op 6 6.30 Forster Viri Israelite
6.45 Scheidt Christe , Qui LuxEset Dies