With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Berlioz Overture: Le Corsaire
BBCSO, conductor John Barbirolli Rodriqo Four Andalusian Pictures Artur Pizarro (piano)
8.00-9.00: Kraus Symphony in C minor
(Symphonie Funebre) Swedish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Petter Sundkvist Leonard Bernstein Chichester Psalms John Bogart (alto), Camerata Singers, New York PO, conducted by the composer For full details visit www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/morningon3 on the day of transmission and follow the Playlist link PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com Address: Morning on 3, BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA
Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's classical music CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Ivan Hewett recommends a recording of Bellini's I Puritani from those currently available.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 George Pratt reviews new discs of Baroque music, including Monteverdi's Vespers from Rinaldo Alessandrini , Bach's French Suites from Christophe Rousset , and Magdalena Kozena in works by the Bach family.
11.15 Andrew McGregor talks to cellist
Matt Haimovitz about his Bach Listening Room tour of unlikely venues in the USA, from bars to barns. Haimovitz also discusses his days as a rising young star on Deutsche Grammophon and his recordings for his own record label, Oxingale.
11.45 The Listening Booth: Your chance to request some of the latest CD releases from the list on the programme website .
12.30 Disc of the Week:
Messiaen Visions de I'Amen (excerpts)
Steven Osborne and Martin Roscoe (pianos) 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
European Union Baroque Orchestra
Andrew Manze introduces a concert he gave with the European Union Baroque Orchestra as part of the Spitalf ields Winter Festival in December.
Charles Hazlewood explores Estonian composer Arvo Part's music, focusing on the Collage on BACH, Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten and Silouan's Song. With the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Lucy Duran introduces Korean folk music, and music producer Joe Boyd introduces some of the latest sounds from Italy. Plus an interview with Dan Storper of world music label Putumayo.
Helen Mayhew presents a selection of new jazz
CD releases and a round-up of the UK jazz scene.
With Geoffrey Smith.
ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA
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The World Is Falling Down: The Abbey Lincoln Story
2/2. Jez Nelson concludes his extended interview with jazz vocalist Abbey Lincoln , who discusses her political activism, embodied in the 1961 recording We Insist! Freedom Now Suite, recorded with drummer Max Roach , whom she married.
Producer Kathryn Willgress
Live from the Met: Turandot
I In Puccini's last opera, set in old Beijing in a legendary past, a Mandarin reads an edict:
' any prince seeking to marry Princess
Turandot must answer three riddles - and if he fails, he will die. It's down to the exiled Prince Calaf to teach the icy princess what love is.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Bertrand de Billy Act1
7.10 Interval: Marian Anderson
Peggy Reynolds tells the story of Marian Anderson , the American contralto who,
50 years ago this month, became the first black singer to perform at the New York Met.
7.45 Act 2
8.30 Interval: the Met Opera Quiz
Brian Zeger puts listeners' questions to the Metropolitan Opera ushers.
Send questions to Met Opera Quiz, FDR Station, PO Box 805, New York, NY 10150, or via bbc.co.uk/radio3
9.00 Act 3
Ian McMillan presents another cabaret of the word, in which Tom Paulin concludes his series on The
Secret Life of the Poem, and audio-cartoonist Peter Blegvad returns. Producer Martin Smith
South Yorkshire: where it only took a ten-millionth of a geological second for the forests of coal to be brought into the light and be buried again. Here the future stares back, waiting in silence and searching for the signs and marks of old working, of legends and primeval tides.
The voices of people who are there now mix with sounds and music to tell the story of a landscape. Producer Dave Sheasby
Presented by Ivan Hewett.
John Tavener Hymn of Dawn (first performance) Patricia Rozario (soprano), Andrew Rupp (baritone), Paul Edmund-Davies (flute) and Darragh Morgan (violin), Ulster Orchestra, conductor Stephen Layton Sofia Gubaidulina Introitus
Beatrice Rauchs (piano), Kiev Chamber Players, conductor Vladimir Kozhukhar
James MacMillan Symphony No3
BBC Philharmonic conducted by the composer
With Jonathan Swain. Mahler Lieder eines Fahrenden
Cesellen: Symphony No 6 2.40 Sibelius Cantata for the Helsinki University Ceremonies of 1897 (excerpts)
2.45 Luzzaschi 0 Primavera; 0 Dolcezze Amarissime d'Amore 2.55 Giustini Piano Sonata in F minor, Op 1 No 10
3.05 Hummel Clarinet Quartet in E flat 3.30 Ravel
Histoires Naturelles 3.50 Mozart String Quartet in D, K/55
4.00 J Strauss (son) Overture: Die Fledermaus
4.05 Liszt Hungarian Royal Song 4.15 Verdi Ah! Piu Non Vedro (Don Carlos ) 4.20 Telemann Flute Concerto in D
4.30 Palestrina Ave Regina Caelorum 4.35 Schubert Impromptu No 3 in G flat, D899 4.40 Dvorak Allegro
Moderato (Romantic Piece, Op 75 No 1) 4.45 CPE Bach
Sinfonia in D, Wql83 No 15.00 Brahms Piano Trio in B, Op 8 (2nd mvt) 5.05 Bach Sarabande (Cello Suite No 3 in C,
BWV1009) 5.10 Bartev Rejoice , 0 Holy Church Armenian tradition Requiem Melody 5.15 Handel Trio Sonata in C minor, Op 2 No la 5.30 Byrd 0 Lord, Make Thy Servant Elizabeth : Agnus Dei (Mass for 5 voices) 5.35
Chopin Ballade No 3 in A flat, Op 47 5.45 Haydn Symphony No 22 in E flat (The Philosopher) 6.00 Elgar Severn Suite, Op 87
6.15 Klami Intermezzo 6.20 Beethoven Violin Sonata in G, Op 30 No 3