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: Morning on 3

Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Rodrigo Soleriana Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Enrique Batiz
Mozart Piano Sonata in B flat, K281 Alicia de Larrocha (piano)
Mompou Canco de la Fira; Pastoral; D 'alt d'un Cotxe MontserratCaballe (soprano), Frederico Mompou (piano)
8.30-10.00: Crusell Sinfonia Concertante in Bflat Dieter Klocker (clarinet), Nikolaus Gruger (horn), Karl-Otto Hartmann (bassoon), Academy of St Martin in the Reids, director lona Brown Vivaldi Concerto in C for multiple instruments, RV560 City of London Sinfonia, conductor Nicholas Kraemer

Contributors

Presented By: Penny Gore
Conductor: Enrique Batiz
Piano: Alicia de Larrocha
Piano: Frederico Mompou
Clarinet: Dieter Klocker
Clarinet: Nikolaus Gruger
Horn: Karl-Otto Hartmann
Unknown: St Martin
Director: Lona Brown
Conductor: Nicholas Kraemer

: CD Masters

Presented by Rob Cowan.
Kraus March (Parliament Music) Swedish
Chamber Orchestra, conductor PetterSundkvist
10.08 Listener request:
Haydn String Quartet in G minor. Op 20 No 3 Vegh Quartet
10.30 Schumann Frauenliebe und-Leben, Op42 Erna Berger (soprano), Ernst-Gunther Scherzer (piano)
10.53 Listener request:
Stenhammar Serenade in F, Op 31
Stockholm PO, conductor Rafael Kubelik
11.28 Schumann Dichterliebe , Op 48
Aksel Schiotz (tenor), Folmer Jensen (piano)

Contributors

Presented By: Rob Cowan.
Soprano: Erna Berger
Piano: Ernst-Gunther Scherzer
Conductor: Rafael Kubelik
Conductor: Schumann Dichterliebe
Tenor: Folmer Jensen

: Composers of the Week: CésarFranck and His Circle

4/5. The Fire Within. Franck's characteristic restraint and moderation was exploded by his feelings for his beautiful and talented pupil, Augusta Holmes. Donald Macleod tells the story of their relationship and the passionate music it inspired.
Holmes Serenade Printanière; La Haine Rebecca de Pont Davies (mezzo), Clare Toomer (piano)
La Nuit et I 'Amour (Ludus pro Patria)
Rhineland-Pfalz PO, conductor Patrick Davin Franck Piano Quintet in F minor Ensemble Cesar Franck
Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight

Contributors

Unknown: Augusta Holmes.
Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: La Haine
Piano: Clare Toomer
Conductor: Patrick Davin
Unknown: Cesar Franck

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Edinburgh International Festival
Sandy Burnett presents a concert given yesterday at Queen's Hall.
Lisa Milne (soprano), Minguet Quartet
Beethoven String Quartet in B flat, Op 18 No 6 Haydn String Quartet in F, Op 77 No 2 Schoenberg String Quartet No 2

Contributors

Soprano: Lisa Milne

: BBC Proms 2004

Presented by Sarah Walker.
Emma Kirkby and Joanne Lunn (sopranos),
Michael Chance and Tim Mead (countertenors), Rufus Muller and Robert Murray (tenors), Michael George and Stephen Richardson (basses),
Academy of Ancient Music Chorus, Academy of Ancient Music, conductor Paul Goodwin Biber Missa Bruxellensis
Muffat Sonata No 5 in G (Armonico Tributo) Bach Magnificat in D, BWV243 Repeated from Tuesday 10 August

Contributors

Presented By: Sarah Walker.
Presented By: Emma Kirkby
Sopranos: Joanne Lunn
Sopranos: Michael Chance
Sopranos: Tim Mead
Unknown: Rufus Muller
Tenors: Robert Murray
Tenors: Michael George
Tenors: Stephen Richardson
Conductor: Paul Goodwin

: Brian Kay's Light Programme

A little-known early work by Arthur Sullivan is one of the items in today's listeners' postbag. Plus music by Ketelby and Haydn Wood , and a musical tribute to Broadstairs by Bill Worland.

: In Tune

Petroc Trelawny with music and arts news.

: BBC Proms 2004

Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Simon Rattle conducts the first performance in modern times of a Wagner opera played on instruments of the period in which it was composed. Das Rheingold is the first of the four-part Ring cycle (the other parts are planned forthe next three seasons of Proms). Alberich the Nibelung steals the Rhinegold from the Rhinemaidens and forges it into a ring. This in turn is stolen by Wotan, setting in motion a cycle of exploitation and murder, under the corrupting influence of the ring, that leads to the eventual downfall of the gods. Presented by Andrew McGregor. The Gods
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor Simon Rattle
Wagner Das Rheingold

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Das Rheingold
Presented By: Andrew McGregor.
Conductor: Simon Rattle
Conductor: Wagner Das Rheingold
Wotan: Willard W White (bass-Baritone)
Loge: Kim Begley (tenor)
Donner: James Rutherford (bass-Baritone)
Froh: Timothy Robinson (tenor)
Fricka: Yvonne Naef (mezzo)
Freia: Geraldine McGreevy (soprano)
Erda: Anna Larsson (contralto)
The Nibelungs Alberich: Oleg Bryjak (baritone)
Mime: Robin Leggate (tenor)
The Giants Fasolt: Peter Rose (bass)
Fafner: Robert Lloyd (bass)
The Rhinemaidens Woglinde: Kate Royal (soprano)
Wellgunde: Karen England (mezzo)
Flosshilde: Christine Rice (mezzo)

: Journeys in Thought

Jean-Jacques Rousseau
In 1766 the Swiss-born writer
Jean-Jacques Rousseau sought refuge in England, aided by Scottish philosopher David Hume. His books, which were considered highly subversive, had been burnt in France and Switzerland. But, as Jonathan Ree discovers, Rousseau's time in Britain was far from happy. Producer David Edmonds

Contributors

Unknown: Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Unknown: Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Unknown: David Hume.
Unknown: Jonathan Ree
Producer: David Edmonds

: Late Junction

Fiona Talkington with Turkish wedding dances, a ballad from the late John Kerr , and music for Holy Roman Emperor Charles V sung by Chapelle du Roi.

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Talkington
Unknown: John Kerr
Sung By: Chapelle du Roi.

: Composer of the Week: Beethoven

5/5. Donald Macleod examines Beethoven's relationship with Franz Ries , the leader of the Elector of Cologne's Orchestra in Bonn.
Beethoven taught his son, Ferdinand, who promoted the composer's music and gained the commission by the Philharmonic Society of London forthe Ninth Symphony (Choral). Repeated from Friday

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Franz Ries

: Through the Night

John Shea marks Hungarian National Day.
Brahms Academic Festival Overture; Piano Concerto No 1 in D minor Schumann Symphony No 4 in D minor Peter Franki (piano), Hungarian RSO, conductor Tamas Vasary
2.30 Vajda Via Crucis 2.45 Lajtha Symphony No 4
(Spring) 3.10 Szollosy Miserere 3.30 Liszt Scherzo and March 3.40 Estemazy Harmonia Caelestis , Nos 35-44
4.05Jardanyl Fantasyand Variations on a Hungarian Folk Song 4.20 Kodaly My Heart Is Breaking 4.25 Kodaty In the Cornfields (Hungarian Folk Music) 4.30 Doppler
Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise , Op 26 4.40Goldmark Sonntagsruhe, Op 18 No 1; Weinet urn sie. Op 18 No 7
4.45 Berlioz Hungarian March (The Damnation of Faust)
4.50Hubay Violin Solo (The Luthier of Cremona); Zephir (Blumenleben, Op 30) 5.00 Pezel Fourlntradas
5.05 Bakfark Lute Fantasy No 5.10 Anon Traditional Hungarian Dances 5.25 Bartok Andante 5.30 Weber Andante and Rondo Ungarese in C minor, Op 35
5.40 Kodaly Ave Maria 5.45 Weiner Divertimento No 2 in A minor, Op 24 6.00 Kadosa Sonatina on Hungarian Folk Songs 6.05 Mertz Hunganan Fatherland Flowers
6.15 Kokai Recruiting Suite 6.35 Bartok FourOld
Hungarian Folksongs 6.40 Dohnanyl Waltz (The Veil of Pierrette) 6.45 Hldas Adagio

Contributors

Unknown: John Shea
Piano: Peter Franki
Conductor: Tamas Vasary
Unknown: Estemazy Harmonia Caelestis
Unknown: Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise








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