With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Guerrero In Exitu Israel His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts, Westminster Cathedral Choir, conductor James O'Donnell
Schubert Symphony No 8 in B minor
(Unfinished) Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Pierre Monteux
8.00-9.00: Francaix Hommage a I 'Ami Papageno Jean Frangaix (piano), Mainz Wind Ensemble Elgar Falstaff , Op 68 Halle Orchestra, conductor Mark Elder
With Rob Cowan. Regularfeatures include The Innocent Ear and a Bargain Hunter CD recommendation. Plus excerpts from the recording of Ravel's Gaspard de la Nuit recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes:
Handel Trio Sonata in F for two oboes and continuo, Op 5 No 6
Academy Chamber Ensemble Bartok Village Scenes
Laura Farago and Anna Adam (sopranos), Gyor Girls' Choir, Budapest Chamber Ensemble, conductor Antal Dorati
A Scarlatti, reconstr Dantone Keyboard Concerto No 5 in G Accademia Bizantina , director Ottavio Dantone (harpsichord)
Verdi Oh! Fede Negar Potessi (Luisa Miller ) Carlo Bergonzi (tenor),
Rome Santa Cecilia Academy Orchestra, conductor Gianandrea Gavazzeni
Milhaud Concertino de Printemps
Louis Kaufman (violin), members of the French Radio and Television Orchestra conducted by the composer
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Michael Berkeley 's guest today is painter and writer Reg Gadney. His musical passions include the band of the Coldstream Guards, Louis Armstrong , the theme from The Third Man, Bach, Bellini and Britten.
Harpsichordist Laurence Cummings and violinist Adrian Butterfield discuss with Lucie Skeapingthe musical importance of the violin sonatas of CPE Bach, and demonstrate their arguments with live performances.
Stephanie Hughes introduces a recital given earlierthis month at the Royal
Northern College of Music in Manchester by the distinguished New York quartet. Joan Tower Incandescent (first UK performance)
Britten String Quartet No 2, Op 36
Beethoven String Quartet in C sharp minor, Op 131
2/4. Welcome. Dr Tom Wright , Bishop of Durham, reflects in words and music on the problems and challenges that confront society today. Today he considers how the new, alarming hostilities within the post-Cold Warworld and the suspicions endemic to multicultural societies affect people's ability to get along. Illustrated with songs by Vaughan Williams and orchestral music by Sibelius and Musorgsky.
More listener requests, including
Bernadette Greevy singing Elgar's Sea
Pictures, and Rachmaninov's Piano Sonata No 2 in B flat minor, Op 36, recorded by South African pianist Marc Raubenheimer. And listeners may vote for recordings made by Neville Marriner in celebration of his forthcoming 80th birthday.
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Is God in Art? The origin of Western art may be said to be man's wonderment at the glory of God. Even in a secular age, painters depict the Gospel, composers write requiems and novelists wrestle with agonies of faith. But is God in art the God of faith? Is secular art weakened or fortified by its scepticism? Does art promote religious belief or undermine it with false images? In which circumstances, if any, is it permissible to mention Mohammed in a novel - or even on the radio? Phone in (from 5pm) with your questions or comments on: [number removed], or send them by Email: email@example.com or write to: LebrechtLive, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA. Producer Tony Cheevers
Petroc Trelawny presents a concert given in February at the City Hall, Sheffield.
Guy Johnson (cello), BBC Philharmonic, conductor VassilySinaisky Liadov Kikimora , Op 63
Elgar Cello Concerto in E minor
Tchaikovsky Ballet: The Nutcracker, Act 2
Volpone Ben Jonson 's biting satire on human imperfection. When wealthy Volpone pretends to be old and infirm, greedy
Venetians flock to his bedside, anxious to be included in his will. and Music by Mia Soteriou , performed by Mia Soteriou and Steve Bentley-Klein Producer/director Peter Kavanagh
Louisa Buck presents a profile ofTina Modotti, who in the 1920s was a film star, a spy and a famed beauty, but who is remembered above all for herwork as a photographer. Producer Kate Bland
With a studio session by young American singer/songwriter Josh Ritter.
1/5. With Donald Macleod.
Overture: A Midsummer Night's Dream;
Die beiden Padagogen (excerpts) Rptd from Mon
With Jonathan Swain.
Schutz Quid Commisisti, 0 Dulcissime Puer?; St Luke Passion; Quo Nate Dei : Calicem Salutaris 2.05 Haydn Piano Sonata in C sharp minor, H XVI 36 2.20 Mendelssohn String Quartet in D, Op 44 No 1
2.50 Escher Songs of Love and Eternity
3.00 Rachmaninov Symphony No 2 in E minor
4.00 Puccini Vissed'Arte(Tosca)
4.05Saint-Saens Danse Macabre, Op 40
4.15 Beethoven Piano Sonata in E, Op 14 No 14.30 Tartini Violin Concerto in D minor
4.45 Skjavetic, transcr Zupanovic lo Non Voglio Lodar 4.50 Verdi Giorni Poveri Vivea (II Trovatore) 4.55 J Strauss (son) Polka:
Tritsch-Tratsch, Op 214 5.00 Dvorak Prague Waltzes 5.05 Mozart Symphony
No 23 in D, K181 5.15 Brahms, arr Joachim Hungarian Dance No 11 in D minor
5.20 Bach Prelude and Fugue in B flat,
BWV890 5.30 Anon OrSuCorere
Busnois Fortuna Desperata 5.40 Schumann
Requiem for Mignon 5.55 Ravel Sonata for violin and cello 6.15 Debussy Jeux 6.35
Ippolitov-lvanov Suite: Caucasian Sketches