With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Honegger Pacific 231 Toulouse
Capitole Orchestra, conductor Michel Plasson Bach Cantata No 78: Jesu, der du meine Seele Bach Ensemble , director Joshua Rifkin
8.00-9.00: Hoddinott Two Songs of Glamorgan Jeremy Huw Williams (baritone), Nigel Foster (piano) Grieg Piano Sonata in E minor, Op 7 Mikhail Pletnev
With Rob Cowan. Regularfeatures include The Innocent Ear and a Bargain Hunter
CD recommendation. Plus the recording of Schubert's Symphony No 8 in B minor
(Unfinished) recommended in yesterday's CD Review. Other music includes: Walton Capriccio Burlesco
André Kostelanetz and his Orchestra
Vivaldi Violin Concerto in C, RV181a (La Cetra) Academy of St Martin in the Fields, director lona Brown (violin)
Suk Ballade in D minor Op 3b
Josef Suk (violin), Jan Panenka (piano) Shostakovich Piano Concerto No 1
Noel Mewton-Wood , Harry Sevenstern
(trumpet), Concert Hall Symphony Orchestra, conductor Walter Goehr
Tallis Sing and Glorify Heaven's High Majesty Chapelle du Roi, conductor Alistair Dixon Email your comments to: email@example.com
Michael Berkeley 's guest is Hugo Morley -Retcher, former head of the European ceramics department at Christie's, and now well-known to TV audiences as the ceramics expert on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow.
His musical passions range from the Italian Baroque to Bruckner and Wagner.
Baroque violinist Monica Huggett is today's guest in a live and interactive edition of the programme, hosted by Catherine Bott.
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Stephanie Hughes presents a recital given by the Russian pianist at the Royal Festival Hall in May. Beethoven Piano Sonata in 0, Op 10 No 3; Piano Sonata in C minor, Op 13 (Pathetique) Tchaikovsky 18 Morceaux, Op 72 (Nos 1-7)
Tchaikovsky's 18 Morceaux. Op 72Nos 8-18 from this recital will be broadcast next Saturday at 8.45pm
2/4. Father Daniel, abbot of the monastic community on the Welsh island of Caldey, explores the spiritual essence of music, with reference to Mahler's Liedereines fahrenden
Gesellen, Mozart's Piano Trio in E, K542, and Honegger's oratorio Jeanne d'Arc au Bucher. Producer Michael Surcombe See also 6.30pm
Brian Kay opens another postbag of listeners' requests, includingTchaikovsky's Manfred Symphony , Beethoven's Overture: Leonora No 3 and Indian Suite by John Foulds. And listeners have written in to suggest the music that "touches their soul".
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New series Daniel Barenboim explains why, relatively late in his career, he has joined the list of great pianists to have recorded Bach's
Well Tempered Clavier. Plus a look at Push 04, a season of British, black-led theatre, opera and ballet. With Tom Service. Producer Paul r-ranki
Edinburgh International Festival 2004
A rare chance to hear Honegger's oratorio about 15th-century French heroine Joan of Arc. The opening concert of the festival, given last month at Usher Hall. With Christopher Cook. Honegger Jeanne d 'Arc au Bucher
Members of the National Dramatic Centre/Orleans-Loiret-Centre,
Edinburgh Festival Chorus, RSNO Junior
Chorus, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conductor Kwame Ryan
Joan of Arc:
Porcus, 1st Herald, Clerk:
2nd Herald, Peasant:
A play about the lives of two ordinary London teenagers and the very special day they share. Based on real events, it's written by Georgia Fitch in collaboration with pupils from an inner-London school and the Globe Theatre education department.
Director Marc Beeby
New series 1/4. Ethiopia
It's the world's longest river; the lifeblood of one of the world's first great civilisations; and the route that brought Europeans into the heart of Africa. The Nile has shaped the cultural identities of the countries it flows through, as Zeinab Badawi discovers as she travels to each country in turn. Her journey starts at the source of the Blue Nile: the Sekala spring at Ethiopia's Mount Gish. Ethiopian tradition connects the river to the country's ancient
Christian heritage: it's a river in the Garden of Eden, which gave refuge to the Virgin Mary on herflightfrom Egypt, and brought the Ark ofthe Covenant to Axum. Producer Virginia Crompton
Hot-foot from their recent reunion tour, alt-country pioneers the Long Ryders make their debut appearance on Radio 3.
1/5. Seascapes and Wave Types.
Donald Macleod travels to Sanday in the Orkneys, the home of Peter Maxwell Davies , to discuss some of his works reflecting life on the islands. Repeated from Monday
With Susan Sharpe.
The Seven Saints Chamber Choir, conductor Dimitar Grigorov , perform sacred vocal music by 12th-century composer Joannes Koukouzeles , Musorgsky, Tchaikovsky, Isaac and Peter Philips , and John Taverner 's The Lamb.
2.05 Chartton Dances of the Rainbow Serpent
2.15 Schumann Piano Sonata No 2 in G minor. Op 22
2.35 Tartini Violin Concerto in D minor 2. 50 Haydn
Symphony No 22 in E flat (The Philosopher) 3.10 Nielsen Symphony No 6 (Sinfonia Semplice) 3.45Rontgen Violin Sonata in Fsharp minor, Op 20 4.05 Brahms Five Choral Songs, Op 104 4.20 Telemann Concerto a 5 4.30
Wagner Overture: Tannhauser 4.45 Erkel Bank's Aria
(Bank Ban) 4.50 Mllhaud Scaramouche 5.00 Schubert Ave Maria, D839 5.10 Gallot Pieces in Fminor 5.25
Marais Caprice ou Sonate 5.30 Bach Violin Concerto in A minor, BWV1041 5.40Homeman Overture: Aladdin
5.50 Krek Sonatina for Strings 6.05 Montsalvatge
Concierto Breve 6.30 Weyse Symphony No 6 in C minor