With Sarah Walker. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Schubert arr Webern German
Dances, D820 Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Pierre Boulez Mozart Rondo in A minor, K511 Andras Schiff (piano)
Reger, arr Schoenberg A Romantic Suite, Op 125 Soloists of the Lyon National Opera
8.00-9.00: Britten Rejoice in the Lamb Soloists, Choir of St John's College, Cambridge, conductor Christopher Robinson Moeran Cello Concerto Raphael Wallfisch (cello), Bournemouth Sinfonietta, conductor Norman Del Mar
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Andrew McGregor plays the latest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Jeremy Summerly compares the currently available recordings of Domenico Scarlatti 's Stabat Mater.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Richard Morrison reviews orchestral
CDs, including Heinrich Schiff 's new recording of the Elgar Cello Concerto with the Halle.
11.15 An interview with tenor Ian Partridge , who talks about his long recording career and his new disc of Bax songs on Dutton's Epoch label.
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:
Puccini, compl Berio Turandot , Act 3 (Finale) Eva Urbanova (soprano), Dario Volont é (tenor), Milan Giuseppe Verdi Chorus and Symphony Orchestra, conductor RiccardoChailly www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com Text: [number removed] Disc details are posted on the website and on CEEFAX, BBC1, page 651
Charpentier and the Reign of Louis XIV
1/2. Catherine Bott marks the tercentenary of the death of Marc-Antoine Charpentier on 24 February 1704 with a selection of music by him and his contemporaries, active during the reign of Louis XIV of France. The performances were recorded in February in various locations in Europe as part of the European Broadcasting Union's Charpentier Day. concludes tomorrow
And All That Jazz
1/3. Charles Hazlewood explores the impact of jazz and dance music in Europe during the 1920s and 30s. Today he's joined by soprano Tara Harrison , tenor Alan Oke and the BBC Concert Orchestra for a workshop on the music Kurt Weill composed for Georg Kaiser 's 1933 anti-Third Reich play DerSilbersee.
Highlights from the Glatt und Verkehrt (loosely translated: "Shaken Not Stirred") Festival in Krems in Austria, including performances by Kalman Balogh and the Gypsy Cimbalom Band, and the singer Ooleya Mint Amartichitt from Mauritania. Introduced by Lucy Duran.
Highlights from the Jazz Violin Summit, recorded at London's 606 Club as part of the recent Genius of the Violin Festival. Featuring violinists Chris Garrick , Stuart Hall and Mike Piggott , with a rhythm section led by guitarist John Etheridge. Introduced byStaceyKent.
Geoffrey Smith presents listeners' requests. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests. BBC Radio 3.
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Steve Shepherd focuses on the British saxophonist's ground-breaking Electro-Acoustic Ensemble and his work with the London Improvisers' Orchestra. And a look at his collaborations with Jah Wobble, Spring Heel Jack and the Rolling Stones' drummer Charlie Watts. Producer Steve Shepherd
Verdi's opera tells the story of the Babylonian king who conquered Jerusalem in 586 BC and of the Hebrews' road from oppression to freedom. When the opera was performed in the 1840s, the Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves (Va Pensiero) was adopted in Austrian-occupied Italy as a surrogate national anthem. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Carlo Rizzi Acts 1 and 2 7.55 The Met Opera Quiz Brian Zeger puts listeners' questions to Ken Benson , Suzanne Martinucci and Terrence McNally.
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8.15 Opera Snaps Hilary Finch focuses on the chorus Va Pensiero - a musical statement of Verdi's views on politics and freedom.
8.25 Acts 3 and 4
High Priest of Baal:
in a programme devoted to the natural world, Elspeth Barker responds to nature invading her house, Ian McMillan takes a nature walk with William Fiennes , author of The Snow Geese, and Richard Mabey writes about writing about nature. Producer Julian May
Maxwell Davies Naxos Quartet No 2 Maggini Quartet
Young Brits: BBC Symphony Orchestra
David Porcelijn conducts the BBCSO in a concert recorded at the BBC's Maida Vale Studios in March, featuring the first UK performances of David Home's Piano Concerto, with the composer as soloist, Calling Timbuktu by Dai Fujikura , and works by Joe Cutler , Howard Skempton and Simon Holt. And from the London Sinfonietta's Inventions Day in February, the first performance of Dai Fujikura's Fifth Station. Presented by Sarah Walker.
With Susan Sharpe.
Bach Easter Oratorio, BWV249 1.40 Brahms Sonata in F minor for two pianos, Op 34b 2.20 Schubert String
Quintet in C, D956 3.15 Anon The Bordesholm Lament of the Virgin Mary (excerpts) 3.45 Pejacevlc Life of Flowers, Op 19 4.05 Wlren Violin Sonatina 4.15 Debussy Chansons de Bilitis 4.25 Faure Après un Reve. Op 7 4.25 Ravel, orch Zygel Lullaby (Berceuse) 4.30 Jan le Febure Angelus adPastores 4.35 Auric, arr Lane Overture: Hue and Cry
4.35 Mozart Four Minuets, K601 4.50 Handel Recorder Sonata in D minor, HWV3 79 5.00 Anon Jesus Christ 's
Gentle Mother 5.05 Anon The Gentle Lamb 5.15Vterdanck Sonata a 4 5.20 Georg Muffat Concerto Grosso in E minor (Delirium Amoris) (Sonata) 5.25 Simla M/ssa Poetica
6.00 Vivaldi Sonata foroboe, violinandcontinuoinC, C, RV779
6.10 Uszt Sonetto 123 di Petrarca (Annies de Pelerinage) (Book 2) 6.20 Biber Sonata XII a 8 (Sonatae Tam Aris
Quam Aulis Serviente) 6.25 Scriabin Poeme de I'Extase, Op 54 6.50 Manz Hymn Improvisation on We Who Once Were Dead 6.55 Anon We Celebrate