With Tommy Pearson. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Bizet Overture in A Montreal SO, conductor Charles Dutoit Ives Largo Richard
Stoltzman (clarinet), Lucy Chapman Stoltzman (violin), Richard Goode (piano)
8.00-9.00: Clementi Piano Sonata in F sharp minor, Op 25 No 5 Nikolai Demidenko Suk Fantasy in G minor, Op 24 Josef Suk
(violin), Czech PO, conductor Vaclav Neumann Full details of Morning on 3's music are posted at www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/playlists on the day of transmission PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com Address: Morning on 3, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London W1A1AA
Andrew McGregor plays the latest releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Dermot Clinch recommendsaversionofHaydn's The
Creation from the currently available recordings.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
11.00 Stephen Johnson reviews some recent orchestral releases, includingvalery Gergiev's new recordings of Shostakovich Symphonies Nos 5 and 9, llya Gringolts playing Prokofiev and Sibelius violin concertos, and Charles Mackerras and the Czech PO playing Dvorak.
11.30 An interview with violinist
Pavlo Beznosiuk about his career on record and his new recording of Biber's Rosary Sonatas.
12.00 The Listening Booth: Listeners may choose from the list of new CD releases on the programme website .
12.40 Disc of the Week: Barber Knoxville:
Summer of 1915 Karina Gauvin (soprano),
Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Marin Alsop 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
Lucie Skeaping charts the history of the piano during Beethoven's lifetime, a period of intense innovation and invention for the instrument.
Charles Hazlewood isjoined by an audience of school students at Ulster Hall, Belfast, to explore musical settings of fairy tales, including Carl Nielsen 's music for Aladdin, Ravel's ballet Mother Goose and Humperdinck's opera
Hansel and Gretel. With the Ulster Orchestra and the Methodist College Choir.
The Hidden Music of Venezuela
1/2. Lucy Duran explores the rich music and culture of Venezuela. This week she visits the Caribbean coast to look at the Afro-Venezuelan traditions there, with field recordings made especially forthe programme.
Claire Martin introduces American trumpeter Wynton Marsalis , who talks about his feelings towardsjazz, and his enthusiasm forthe acoustic feel to his latest CD, The Magic Hour.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Blues to Be There
3/3. Alyn Shipton concludes his overview of the Newport Jazz Festival, which is 50 years old this year, with a look at its more recent history, including Frank Sinatra in 1965 and an all-star line-up of trumpeters paying tribute to
Louis Armstrong in 1970. Contributors include George Wein , Jimmy Owens , Dan Morgenstern and BillyTaylor. Producer Sam Hickling
Willy Decker 's dark and compelling production of Britten's rich musical depiction of the intrigues and prejudices in a small
English fishing town comes to Covent Garden from La Monnaie in Brussels. Ben Heppner plays the ambiguous anti-hero, desperate for acceptance by the townspeople, but despised after the suspicious death of his apprentice. Presented by Martin Handley.
Royal Opera House Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Antonio Pappano
Poet Ruth Padel reads a short story based on the myth of Deianeira and the death of Heracles, who perished in agony after putting on a poisoned cloak. Plus a new piece by Ken Campbell.
Presented by Ian McMillan. Producer Horatio Clare
No Ball Games
An evocative and nostalgic collaboration between Canadian author Douglas Coupland , Scottish visual artist Martin Boyce and the Burt Raymond MacDonald Quartet. In the dead of night, they travel through a gap somewhere between the city and the suburbs. Producer Fiona Croall
As a prelude to tonight's Hear and Now, music from a concert given by Nicolas Hodges (piano) and Claire Edwardes (percussion) at the 2002 Huddersfield Festival.
Birtwistle The Axe Manual
2/5. Ivan Hewett visits the Aldeburgh Festival. Composers' Ensemble
Birtwistle Refrains and Choruses; Tombeau in Memoriam Igor Stravinsky
Maxwell Davies Seven In Nomine; Ricercar and Doubles; Canon In Memoriam Igor Stravinsky ; Tragoedia
And at the Cheltenham Festival, the Duke
Quartetgives a series of first performances, including works by Phillip Neil Martin and Simon Bainbridge , and Alwynne Pritchard 's Nocturne.
Presented by Louise Fryer. Janacek The Fiddlers Child
Dvorak, orch Burghauser Cello Concerto No 1 in A
Dvorak The Golden Spinning-wheel PeterThomas (violin), Steven Isserlis (cello), BBC Scottish SO/Ian Volkov
2.0S Schumann Symphonic Etudes 2.40 Cherubini
Messa Solenne per il Principe Esterhazy 4.05 Sweelinck Meinjunges Leben hat ein End 4.15 Pezel Intradas 1-3
(Leipzig Tower Music) 4.20 Wassenaer Concerto Armonico No 5 in B flat 4.30 Mozart Overture: Die Entfuhrungaus dem Serail 4.35 Le Febure Lapidabant Judai Stephanum; Isti Sunt Viri Sancti 4.40 Grandjany Rhapsodie 4.50 Faure Nocturne No 4 in Eflat, Op 36 5.00 Dvorak Overture: The King and the Charcoal Burner 5.05 Vaughan Williams
Silence and Music (A Garland for the Queen) 5.10 Sibelius Romance 5.15 Schroter Oh Mutterguten Rat mir leiht; Es war ein Ritter 5.20 Karlowicz Song of Eternal Longing (Eternal Songs. Op 10) 5.35 Palestrina Missa Sine
Nomine 5.50 Muthel Polonaise in G 5.55 Bach Fantasia in C minor, BWV919 6.00 Mozart Violin Concerto No 1 in B flat. K20 7 6.20 Byrd The Battle (My Lady Nevell 's
Book) (excerpt) 6.25 Purcell Suite: The Married Beau
6.40 Grainger Danish Folk Music Suite