With Sarah Walker. Music inctudes:
7.00-8.00: Bach, arrWebern Fuga
(Ricercata) a 6 voci (Musikalisches Opfer ,
BWV1079) Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Claudio Abbado Philips Christus Resurgens Winchester Cathedral Choir, Members of the Parley of Instruments, conductor David Hill Schumann Symphony No in B flat (Spring) Chamber Orchestra of Europe, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt
8.00-9.00: Bach Credo (Mass in B minor, BWV232) Barbara Schlick (soprano),
Kai Wessel (alto), Klaus Mertens (bass), Amsterdam Baroque Choir and Orchestra Widor Toccata (Organ Symphony No 5 in Fminor, Op 42 No 1)
Simon Preston (organ of Westminster Abbey)
With Rob Cowan. Regular features include The Innocent Ear and a Bargain Hunter CD recommendation. Plus excerpts from the recording of Domenico Scarlatti 's Stabat Mater recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes:
Smetana Macbeth and the Witches
Jan Novotny (piano)
Cazzati Capriccio e Ciaccona
Ensemble La Fenice, director Jean Tubery Brahms Deutsche Volkslieder (excerpts)
Irmgard Seefried (soprano), Erik Werba (piano) Honegger Pacific 231 Toulouse Capitole Orchestra, conductor Michel Plasson
Rameau Le Rappel des Oiseaux; Les Cyclopes Sergio and Odair Assad (guitars)
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Michael Berkeley meets art and food personality Loyd Grossman. His choices include Mozart, Beethoven, Gershwin and traditional music from many parts of the world.
Charpentier and the Reign of Louis XIV 2/2. Musicians of the King's Chamber
Lucie Skeaping explores music by the generation of composers employed by Louis XIV at
Versailles as musicians of the King's Chamber. Including Michel de La Barre , Robert deVisee , Jean-Henri D'Anglebert and Marin Marais.
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Bemarda Fink and Roger Vignoles
Stephanie Hughes presents a recital given last month at London's Wigmore Hall by Argentine mezzo Bernarda Fink accompanied by pianist Roger Vignoles.
Haydn Arianna a Naxos, HXXVIb 2
Schumann Frauenliebe und -leben, Op 42 Granados Canciones Amatorias
Rodrigo Por Mayo Era; Adela Joaquin Nin ElPano Murciano
4/4. Hope. Dr Tom Wright , Bishopof Durham , reflects in words and music on the spiritual issues that confront society today. Today he looks forward to a future filled with new possibilities for communities and societies.
With excerpts from Sibelius's Third Symphony, Schumann's Fantasia in C, Op 17, and music by Vaughan Williams and Herbert Howells.
This week's selection of listener requests includes Sviatoslav Richter 's stunning recording of Rachmaninov's Second Piano
Concerto, the BBC Philharmonic playing music by Louis Glass , and Mozart's String Quartet in F, K158. Plus more recommendations from the massive recording catalogue of Neville Marriner , in the week of his 80th birthday. Send your requests by PHONE: [number removed] email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3
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As a major festival devoted to the life and work of Italian composer Luciano Berio , who died last year, opens at London's South Bank
Centre, Tom Service talks to some of those closest to him. Producer Jeremy Evans
A double bill of stories by Andrew Rissik.
6.15 The Art of Love
Roman poet Ovid is sent into exile when his subversive ideas about love and freedom appear to challenge the authority of the ageing Emperor Augustus.
Music by Mia Soteriou.
Performed by Mia Soteriou and Steve Bentley Kline
Director Jeremy Mortimer
The Roman civil governor of Judea, Pontius Pilate, comes into conflict with a troublesome, itinerant preacher, Yeshua Ben Youssef.
Music by Mia Soteriou.
Performed by Steve Bentley Kline, Merlin Shepherd and William Lyons
Director Jeremy Mortimer
Paullus Fabius Maximus:
Yeshua Ben Youssef:
Mary of Magdala:
An occasional series aboutturning points in the lives and thoughts of famous thinkers. Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Jonathan Ree discovers that Rousseau's experience in England in 1766 was farfrom happy. Producer David Edmonds
A session recorded by poet and musician
Mzwakhe Mbuli in 1995, to mark his release from prison and to celebrate the first ten years of democracy in South Africa.
of the Week:
Henry Purcell (1659-95)
1/5. Donald Macleod explores Purcell's short but prolific career. Repeated from Monday
With Susan Sharpe. A concert of sacred music from 17th-century Mexico, including a Mass from Piebla Cathedral and canzonettas from Oaxaca. 2.05 Beethoven
Symphony No 1 in C 2.30 D Scarlatti Piano Sonata in A, Kk208 2.35 Bach WernurdenliebenGottlasstwalten ,
BWV691a 2.40 Weiss Lute Suite in D minor 2.55 Kodaly Four Madrigals 3.10 Messiaen Vingt Regards surl'Enfant Jesus (excerpts) 3.40 Debussy String Quartet in G minor. Op 10 4.05 L Sorkocevic Overture in G 4.10 Jommelli Trio Sonata in D 4.20 Rossini Overture: La Gazza Ladra
4.30 D Scarlatti Piano Sonata in E. Kk380 4.35 Bach Concerto in A minor for four keyboards. BWV1065
4.45 Ibert Trois Pieces Breves 4.50 Uszt La Chapelle de Guillaume Tell (Annees de Pelerinage) (Book 1) 5.00 Sanz Spanish Suite 5.10 Femandes Guineo
Andres, do Queda el Ganada 5.15 Fanny Mendelssohn Allegro Moderato, Op 8 No 15.20 Sibelius Romance in C, Op 42 5.25Sweellnck 0 Domine Jesu Christe
5.30 Purcell Funeral Music for Queen Mary
5.35 Grainger Hill-SongNo 1 5.50 Mozart Fantasia in C minor. K4 75 6.05 Franck Les Eolides 6.15 Chan Ka Nin Suite: Four Seasons 6.25 Toumier Images. Op 35
6.35 Schubert Piano Sonata in A minor, D784