Presented by Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Alfven Festival Overture Iceland Symphony Orchestra, conductor Kiljas Willen
Byrd Lullaby My Sweet Little Baby
Robin Blaze (countertenor), Concordia
8.00-9.00: Schubert String Quartet in C minor, D703 (Quartettsatz) Guarneri Quartet
Telemann Ein Jammerton, ein schluchzend Ach Ruth Ziezak (soprano), Camerata Koln
With Rob Cowan. Regular features include The Innocent Ear and a Bargain Hunter
CD recommendation. Plus the recording of Bellini's I Puritani recommended in yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes:
Janacek Overture: Jealousy Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras Mozart Symphony No I in E flat, K16
French National Radio and Television Orchestra, conductor Lorin Maazel
John McCabe Red Leaves
Brunei Ensemble, director Christopher Austin Ravel Menuet sur le Nom de Haydn Jean-Philippe Collard (piano)
Handel Concerto Grosso in D, Op 6 No 5
Alexander Schneider and his Chamber Orchestra
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Michael Berkeley talks to William Hague MP, former leader of the Conservative Party and now biographer of William Pitt the Younger. Hague has recently taken up playing the piano, and piano music by Mozart, Chopin and Rachmaninov features among his choices, as does jazz from the American Midwest.
Thomas Tallis : 500th Birthday
Lucie Skeaping introduces a live and interactive request programme to celebrate the 500th anniversary (the exact date is open to conjecture) of the birth of one of the greatest English composers of the Tudor period, Thomas Tallis.
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Stephanie Hughes introduces a recital by John Williams given at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall in October, featuring guitar music from Venezuela.
Praetorius/Trad, 16th-century Four Dances Agustin Barrios Mangore La Catedrat Albeniz Mallorca, Op 202
Koyunbaba Ignacio Indio Figueredo Pasaje: Los Caujaritos Benito Canonico
El Totumo Antonio Carillo Como LIora un Estrella Pedro Lopez Las Perdices Antonio Lauro
Angostura Heraclio Fernandez El Diablo Suelto
Vicente Emilio Sojo Salve; Five Pieces Antonio Lauro
Romanza Raul Borges
Vals Venezolano Antonio Lauro Virgilio;Seispor Derecho
2/3. Malcolm Sargent
Stephen Johnson examines the achievements of three of the BBC Symphony Orchestra's chief conductors, today focusing on Adrian Boult 's flamboyant successor, Malcolm Sargent.
Louise Fryer presents another selection of requests, including a jazz interpretation of Prokofiev's Piano Sonata No 7 and songs by Ivor Gurney. Plus more listeners' letters about music that changed their lives, and music from
Winston Churchill 's funeral, 40 years ago today. Send in your requests by PHONE: [number removed] Email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3
Address: Three for All. BBC Wales. Cardiff CF5 2YO
Is Technology on Our Side?
Ten years into the internet age, the arts are undecided. Will virtual reality kill off live performance or bring in new audiences? Does instant access to absolutely everything enhance our appreciation of great and rare works of art? Or are we so gorged by abundance that we no longer thrill to Shakespeare, Rembrandt and Wagner? Can technology be harnessed by artists to achieve their visions? Or should art take the Luddite high ground and expel the software peddlers from its temples? Norman Lebrecht chairs another discussion on a hot topic in today's culture. Email your views to: Lebrecht.email@example.com, write to: lebrechLlive, BBC R3. Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA, or phone (from 5pm): [number removed]
Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano), conductor Vassily Sinaisky
Petroc Trelawny presents a concert performed yesterday at Manchester's Bridgewater Hall.
Philip Grange Eclipsing (1st performance, BBC commission)
Mozart Piano Concerto No 15 in B flat, K450 Mahler Symphony No 1
Written and performed by Lemn Sissay.
Fostered as a baby and brought up in care from the age of 11, Lemn Sissay spent most of his adult life searching for his family. Something Dark is a poetic retelling of this dramatic journey. With music by Jim Parris. Producer Shabina Aslam
John Tusa continues his series of conversations with some of the world's great artistic originators. This week he meets the Czech novelist Ivan Klima.
With a session by DAM, a Palestinian rap group, whose songs focus not only on the difficulties of life under Israeli rule, but also on issues such as drug culture in Arab society.
: Franz Schubert
1/5. Donald Macleod discovers how a coffee grinder helped to inspire Schubert's Death and the Maiden string quartet.
Erlkonig, D328; 12 Valses Nobles, Op 77; String
Quartet in D minor, D810 (Death and the Maiden)
Repeated from Monday at 12 noon
Presented by Jonathan Swain.
Handel Organ Concerto in A, HWV296 Perqofesi Stabat
Mater 1.55 Telemann Suite in E minor 2.25 Mozart Piano Sonata in A minor, K310 2.40 Thullle Sextet in B flat for piano and wind, Op 6 3.10 Scriabin Symphony No 1 in E
4.05 Paganlnl Variazioni con Bravura 4.10 Liszt Csardas Obstine 4.15 Schubert, arr Schonherr Marche Militaire No 1 in D, D733 4.20 Ponchielli Capriccio 4.30 Chopin Rondo in E flat, Op 16 4.40 St John Koukouzel Our
Bishop and Arch-Shepherd Anon Glory,
Only-Begotten Isaac Gustate et Videte Leontovltch Thee God We Praise
4.50 Gemlnlanl Concerto Grosso No 3 in B minor (arr of Corelli, Op 3) 5.00 Handel, arr Walsh The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Solomon) Bach Prelude and Fugue in C, BWV870 (Well-Tempered Klavier) 5.05 Praetorlus
Deutsches Magnificat 5.20 Beethoven Romance in F, Op 50
5.30 Groneman Flute Sonata in G 5.40 Tchaikovsky Concert Fantasia, Op 56 6.00 Lortzlng Heiterkeit und Frohlichkeit (Der Wildschutz) 6.05 Brahms Piano Trio in E flat, Op 40 6.35 Strauss Morgen , Op 27 No 4
6.40 D Auletta Harpsichord Concerto in C