With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00 8.00 Dvorak Overture: Carnival Bax Morning Song (Maytime in Sussex) Granados Goyescas , Part
Prelude and Fugue in Eflat, BWV552 (StAnne) Vaughan Williams An Oxford Elegy
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Andrew McGregor plays the latest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Ash Khandekar compares the currently available recordings of Bernstein's Chichester Psalms.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Erica Jeal has been listening to some recent piano CDs, including Jonathan Biss 's debut album for EMI, the first volume of a Rossini complete piano edition, and a disc by Martha Argerich 's protégé Alexander Gurning.
11.15 An interview with violinist Tasmin Little , who talks about her new recordings of Romantic violin concertos by Karlowicz and Moszkowski.
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: Brahms Piano Trio in C minor, Op 101 Nicholas Angelich (piano),
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Catherine Bott talks to Handel expert
Simon Heighes about Handel's impact on musical life in London at the beginning of the 18th century, and considers some of his contemporaries.
What Is Fugue?
1/2. Charles Hazlewood explores the mysterious art of fugue. He isjoined by the BBC Concert Orchestra to examine fugues by Mozart, Elgar and Britten, all of whom were inspired by the genius of fugue himself, Bach. Early Music with Charles Hazlewood , tonight at 7.30pm on BBC4
World on the Waterfront
Live from a floating stage on the River
Lagan, Lucy Duran and Rita Ray introduce the first of two visits to BBC Radio 3's World on the Waterfront, a mini-festival of world music as part of BBC Music Live in Belfast. This visit features the Warsaw Village Band and Northern Ireland's own world music star, Cara Dillon.
A concert recorded last week at the Ardhowen
Theatre, Enniskillen, featuring the BBC Big Band with percussionist Anthony Kerr , conducted by Barry Forgie. And Julian Joseph directs from the piano a piece specially commissioned to reflect his impressions of Northern Ireland.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Chameleon - The Herbie Hancock Story
1/4. Takin'Off. Jez Nelson presents a series profiling one of jazz's greatest living superstars, pianist and composer Herbie Hancock.
uan de Marcos 's Afro Cuban All Stars
BBC Radio 3's free festival on the River Lagan reaches its climax with a performance from one of Cuba's biggest bands. Juan de Marcos
Gonzales, the moving force behind the Buena
Vista Social Club, brings his new line-up, a mix of veteran musicians and some of Cuba's best new talent. Introduced by Rita Ray and Lucy Duran.
Dallla Saint-Saens 's opera based on the biblical story from the book of Judges, recorded at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in March. Samson is the hero who fights, but eventually gives in to the feminine wiles of Dalila. When she betrays him to the Philistines, Samson prays to God to restore his strength and takes his revenge by destroying the temple of Dagon and everyone inside it. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
Royal Opera Chorus, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, conductor Philippe Jordan
An old Hebrew:
Ian McMillan meets the stage director, designer, singer, actress and cellist all rehearsing the Staying Alive Tour, which is turning a controversial poetry anthology into a theatrical event. And Michelene Wandor returns from the world's biggest conference of creative writers.
From the 2003 Bangor New Music Festival. Andrew Lewis INT/ext for harpsichord and electronics Jane Chapman (harpsichord)
Robert Worby presents two electronic music events from the Sonorities Festival in Belfast.
First, Karlheinz Stockhausen introduces and oversees a performance of Oktophonie from his opera cycle Licht. Then from Cut and Splice, recorded earlierthis evening, there are early electronic pieces byXenakis and performances by composers who have emulated him: Curtis Roads performs Point Line Cloud, and Russell Haswell uses Xenakis's GenDyn software.
With Louise Fryer.
Wagner Overture and Venusberg Music (Tannhauser)
Brahms Symphony No 1 in C minor LPO, conductor Mark Wigglesworth (BBC Proms 2003) 2.05 Eduard Tubin
Ballade on a Theme by Mart Saar 2.15 John Cage Four2
2.25 Anthon van der Horst Réflexions Sonores, Op 99
2.45 Lassus Missa OsculeturMe 3.10 Schubert
Moments Musicaux, 0780 3.35 Haydn Trio in A, HXV18
3.50 Cavalll Dixit Dominus 4.05 Carl Friedrich Abel
Symphony in E flat, Op 10 No 3 4.10 Doppler L'Oiseau des Bois, 0p21 4.20 Berlioz Overture: Waverley 4.30 Field Rondo in A flat for piano and strings 4.40 JG Goldberg
Sonata in C fortwo violins and basso continuo 4.50 Bach Prelude and Fugue in D, BWV874 (The Well Tempered Clavier, Book 2) 5.00 Wilbye Draw On Sweet Night (6 voices) 5.05Janacek Piano Sonata: l.X.1905(From the Street) 5.15 Brahms, orch Martin Schmeling Hungarian Dance No 1 5.15 Miguel Yuste Estudlo Melodico 5.25
Jullje Skjavetic Madrigals: Amor Quando Fioria; Ah! Se Da Voi Lontano 5.30 Gabriel Voigtlander Four Songs (Erster Theil Allerhand Oden und Lieder) 5.40Glustlni Keyboard Sonata in E minor, Op 1 No 4 5.50 Mozart Divertimento in D, K136 6.05 Lars-Erik Larsson Nine Songs to poems byHjalmarGullberg, Op 35 6.25 CPE Bach Quartet No 1 in A minor, Wq93 6.40 1 reland A Downland Suite