With Tommy Pearson. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Haydn Symphony No 53 in D
(Imperial) Leopold Stokowski and his Orchestra Sibelius Luonnotar , Op 70
Karita Mattila (soprano), City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Sakari Oramo
8.00-9.00: Stravinsky Concerto for Piano and Wind Philippe Entremont (piano), Columbia
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Andrew McGregor plays the latest releases.
9.30 Building Library: Christopher Cook reviews currently available recordings of Kurt Weill 's The Threepenny Opera.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Sarah Walker reviews recent piano music releases, including Mikhail Pletnev and John Lill playing Schumann, and new recordings of Ives's Concord sonata from Steven Mayer and Pierre-LaurentAimard.
11.15 An interview with French pianist Idil Biret.
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: Ravel Sheherazade
Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo), Cleveland Orchestra, conductor Pierre Boulez www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview PHONE: [number removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.org Text: [number removed] Disc details are posted on the website and on CEEFAX, BBC1. page 651
Michael Praetorius 's Musical Encyclopedia In the early 17th centurythe German composer, organist and music theorist
Michael Praetorius compiled the Syntagma Musicum , an encyclopedia cataloguing every aspect of music in his time. Andrew Manze dips into this book to create a picture of late Renaissance music-making, illustrated with works by Praetorius and his contemporaries.
Beethoven's Cello Sonata in C, Op 102 No 1, is the focus of today's workshop session, recorded last month at the Royal Northern College of Music during the Manchester
International Cello Festival. Stephen Johnson isjoined by cellist Frans Helmerson and pianist Peter Frankl in this exploration of one of the most compact and original of Beethoven's late works.
Music in the studio by the group From Pontus to Persia, who combine the traditional sounds of Greece and Iran. And Israeli broadcaster
Moshe Morad reviews new CD releases from the Middle East.
Julian Joseph presents highlights of a concert by pianist John Taylor and guitarist John Abercrombie , recorded atthisyear's
Cheltenham International Jazz Festival.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Jazz from Hell
2/3. Make a Jazz Noise Here
Charles Shaar Murray continues his exploration of the influence ofjazz on the music of Frank Zappa , focusing on the role of the star sidemen used by Zappa in his music. The series features interviews with many of these musicians, including Arthur Barrow , Adrian Belew , Mike Brecker , George Duke ,
Bruce Fowler , Ralph Humphrey , Tommy Mars , Patrick O'Hearn and Don Preston , and archive interviews with Zappa himself. Producer Robert Abel
The pianist performs Debussy's Etudes at the Edinburgh International Festival of 2001.
Arabella Live from Covent Garden,
Stephanie Hughes presents Strauss's most romantic opera. Arabella, the daughter of an impoverished family, spurns her sophisticated Viennese suitors when she falls in love at first sight with an honest man from the provinces.
Royal Opera House Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Christoph von Dohnanyi Act
7.30 Interval: Opera Box
Stephanie Hughes and guests explore some of the themes of Arabella, and David Huckvale looks for clues in the letters between Strauss and his librettist Hugo von Hofmannsthal.
8.00 Acts 2 and 3
Count Theodor Waldner:
Ian McMillan is at the Hay Festival of Literature. He hears a new short story by Jake Arnott which ties togetherthe death in the Tower of London of 15th-century Welsh hero Owain Glyndower 's daughter, the London Blitz and a painting by C Eliot Hodgkin. Plus performance poetry and Peter Blegvad 's impression of Hay-on-Wye. Producer Horatio Clare
Robert Worby presents a concert given at the recent Sonorities Festival at Queen's s
University, Belfast, to celebrate the Sonic Arts Network's 25th birthday, featuring music using electronics by composers including Hugh Davies , Simon Emmerson , Jonty Harrison , Stephen Montague and Kaffe Matthews.
Tonight Louise Fryer marks the beginning of Sweden's
National Day. Dvorak Overture: Carnival Haydn Sinfonia Concertante in B flat, H 105 Adams The Chairman
Dances (Nixon in China) Dvorak Slavonic Dances , Opp 46 and 72 (excerpts) Bengt Rosengren (oboe), Henrik Blixt (bassoon), Ulrika Jansson (violin), Ulrika Edstrom (cello), Swedish RSO, conductor Mats Rondin
2.05 Fredrlk Klint Piano Sonata in D minor
2.25 Aulin String Quartet in F 2.50 Vladlgerov
Scandinavian Suite, Op 13 3.20 JM Kraus Symphony D
3.40 Schumann Waldszenen, Op82
4.05 Crusell Introduction and Variations on a Swedish Drinking Song, Op 12 4.15 Kuhlau Variations in E minor on the old Swedish Air Och Liten Karin Tjente. Op 91
4.30 Hummel Piano Trio in F, Op 22 4.45 Stenhammar Fantasia in B minor, Op 11 No 3 4.50 Gershwin Lullaby
5.00 Lindblad Dreams 5.15 Lindberg Organ Sonata in G minor, Op 23 5.30 Larsson Missa Brews. Op 43
5.45 Trad, arr Wlkander Four Swedish Songs 5.50 Berwald Fantasia on Two Swedish Folk Songs 6.00 Alfven Swedish Rhapsody No 1, Op 19 (Midsummer Vigil) 6.15 L Norman Tonbilder im Zusammenhange, Op 6 6.35 J Roman Suite
No 11 in Fminor 6.40 Wlren Serenade for Strings, Op 11