With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Irving Fine Partita Bach Cantata: Siehe zu, dass deine Gottesfurcht, BWV1 79
8.00-9.00: Falla Homenajes Chabrier Espana
With Rob Cowan. Regularfeatures include The Innocent Ear and a Bargain Hunter
CD recommendation. Music also includes: Handel Overture: Agrippina London
Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Karl Richter Hasse Salve Regina in E flat Barbara Bonney (soprano), Barbara Finck (mezzo), Musica Antiqua , Koln, conductor Reinhard Goebel Dvorak Slavonic Rhapsody in A flat minor, Op 45 No 3 RPO, conductor Rafael Kubelik Massenet Reste au Foyer, Petit Grillon
(Cendrillon, Act 1 Scene 5) Magdalena Kozena (soprano), MahlerCO, conductor Marc Minkowski Barber Piano Sonata Marc-Andre Hamelin
Sibelius Tapiola Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor Serge Koussevitzky
Mendelssohn Piano Trio No 2 in C minor, Op 66 Beaux Arts Trio
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Michael Berkeley 's guest this week is the writer and film producer Gillian Slovo , South African-born daughter of the political activist Joe Slovo and journalist Ruth First , who was murdered in 1982 for her involvement in the anti-apartheid movement. Gillian's latest book, The Ice Road, is set in Leningrad, also the setting of Shostakovich's Seventh
Symphony- one of her musical passions.
Andrew Manze introduces motets and madrigals by the 16th-century Flemish composer Philippe de Monte , sung by the BBC Singers, conductor Bo Holten. And the Sixteen, conducted by Harry Christophers , reveal the musical connection between De Monte and William Byrd.
De Monte is featured in the Through the Night concert at lam
Edinburgh International Festival 2004 Elisabeth Leonskaja (piano)
Sandy Burnett introduces another Schubert recital by the great Georgian pianist and hears about her friendship with Sviatoslav Richter. Recorded in the Queen's Hall on Friday. Schubert Piano Sonata in D, D850;
Piano Sonata in A, D959 Thelastinthisseriesofrecitals by Elisabeth Leonskaja is broadcast on Wednesday at lpm
Peggy Reynolds looks at how Glyndebourne has invested in some of the more unusual or lesser-known areas of the repertoire, including Monteverdi, Handel, Gluck, Rossini and Strauss, often prompting a re-evaluation of these composers' work in the wider operatic world. Featuring an interview with Glyndebourne's Sir George Christie. Producer Edward Blakeman
Brian Kay with another postbag of listeners' requests, including Mozart's Clarinet Concerto played by Michael Collins , and highlights from
Offenbach's comic opera La Périchole featuring the French soprano Regine Crespin. With more from the BBC's Proms archive and operatic highlights from Glyndebourne's recorded legacy. Send in your requests by PHONE: [number removed] Email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3
Address: Three for All, BBC Wales, CardiffCF5 2YQ
Presented by Verity Sharp.
Brahms Piano Trio in B, Op 8 Kungsbacka Trio Chopin Nocturne No 2 in D flat, Op 2 7 Jonathan Biss (piano)
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Presented by Edward Seckerson.
Audra McDonald (soprano), Tracey Silverman
(electric violin), BBCSO, conductor John Adams Ravel, orch Grainger La Vallée des Cloches (Miroirs)
Colin McPhee Tabuh-Tabuhan
Various, arr John Adams/William Brohn
Songs of Ragtime and Reminiscence (first UK performance)
7.20 Twenty Minutes: Widow's Walk
Janet Suzman reads a new short story from novelist Ronald Frame, which takes a young girl from a provincial town in pre-war Scotland on ajourneytothe New World, where maybe she has the chance to start again.
7.40 John Adams Easter Eve 1945 (Doctor Atomic) (first UK performance);
The Dharma at Big Sur (first UK performance) Repeated on Friday 3 September at 2.30pm
A 5th-century Sanskrit play attributed to King Sudraka, concerning the romance of Charudatta, a nobleman impoverished by his altruism, and Vasanta, a beautiful-but-bored courtesan looking to settle down. Recorded on location in Khandaia, India, with an all-Indian cast. Adapted by Roger Eisgood with Willi Richards and Graeme Fife.
Director Willi Richards Producer Roger Elsgood
1/3. Overthe next three weeks Andy Kershaw visits Iraq, North Korea and Iran -three states declared by George W Bush to be the "axis of evil". This is Kershaw's award-winning report from Saddam-era Baghdad in 2001, when he met some of Iraq's top musicians. He also talked to exiled Iraqi starllham Al Madfai in Jordan. Revised
1/5. A New Vision. Donald Macleod traces the dramatic political and cultural upheavals in 19th-century and early 20th-century Paris that allowed Franck and his small band of devotees to emerge into the mainstream of French music. Repeated from Monday
With John Shea.
Utrecht Early Music Festival 2003. The Gesualdo Consort, directed by Harry van der Kamp , perform madrigals by De Monte and Joannes Tollius. 1.50 Forsyth Jubilee Overture
2.00 Bruckner Symphony No 9 in D minor 2.55 Jongen QuatrePieces, Op37 3.25 Shearing Music to Hear(Five Shakespeare Songs) 3.40 Gershwin An American in Paris
4.00 Joseph Marx Evening Prayer 4.05 Bach Violin Sonata in E minor, BWV1023 4.15 Gorczycki Missa Paschalis
4.30 Toumier Au Matin 4.35 Caplet Divertissement No 1 (A la Française)4.40 Gotovac Introductory Chorus and Djula 's Song (Em the Joker) 4.45 Glinka Spanish Overture No 2 (Souvenir of a Summer Night in Madrid) 5.00 Abel Cello Sonata in A 5.05 Wassenaer Concerto Armonico
No 5 in F minor 5.15 Gluck Overture: Iphigenie en Tauride
5.30 Debussy Images, Set 2 5.45 Ruth W Henderson
Come Holy Spirit 5.50 Arlen, arr O'Dette Somewhere over the Rainbow 5.50 Joannes Tollius Anchor Ch 'in Alto Mar
Scogli Pieno 5.55 Zelenka Capriccio in F 6.10 Beethoven Ballet: The Creatures of Prometheus (excerpts) 6.25
Mozart Piano Concerto No 9 in E flat, K271 (Jeunehomme)
van Der Kamp