With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Soler Concerto No 3 in G
Peter Hurford and Thomas Trotter (organs) Boccherini Nocturne in G Tafelmusik , director Jeanne Lamon
8.00-9.00: Chopin Introduction and Polonaise Brillante in C, Op 3 Janos Starker (cello), Gyorgy Sebok (piano) Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 1 Andrei Gavrilov , LSO, conductor Simon Rattle For full details visit www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/morningon3 on the day of transmission and follow the Playlist link PHONE: [number removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: Paul Guinery compares the available recordings of Eigar's Falstaff.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Mark Russell reviews recent film score releases, including Jocelyn Pook 's The Merchant of Venice, Max Steiner 's music for the 1944 classic The Adventures of Mark Twain , and Thomas Newman 's score for Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
11.15 Andrew McGregor talks to Trevor Pinnock about his recent chamber and solo harpsichord recordings, and about life after renouncing his directorship of the English Concert.
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: Bruckner Symphony No 5 in B flat (excerpt) Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview PHONE: [number removed]0300 email: email@example.com Text: [number removed] Disc details are posted on the website and on CEEFAX, BBC1, page 651
The Catherine the Great Orchestra
A concert of music by Russia's pioneering early music ensemble, presented by Catherine Bott in conversation with director Andrey Reshetin and the director of the Russian Early Music Foundation, Marc de Mauny.
Stephen Johnson and pianist Llyr Williams explore Chopin's Preludes, Op 28, in an audience workshop at the Turner Simms Concert Hall in Southampton.
1/2. Lucy Duran travels to Mozambique, a country seeking to renew itself after decades of devastating civil war, to seek out the diverse musical traditions that have rarely been heard or recorded by outsiders. Producer James Parkin
Stacey Kent presents a selection of new jazz CDs and a roundup of what's on in the UK jazz scene.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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5/6. An exploration of how arrangers from Nelson Riddle to Quincy Jones have written for singers and instrumental soloists.
John Dankworth provides examples of his own arrangements for Cleo Laine, and looks at the work of Gerry Mulligan and Dizzy Gillespie.
Music is performed by the Dankworth Seven with singer Jacqui Dankworth.
Live from the Met: Samson et Dalila
Sex and religion are the driving forces in Saint-Saens's opera based on the biblical story from the Book of Judges. Samson is the hero who fights, but eventually gives in to, the feminine wiles of Dalila. But when he's taken prisoner to the pagan temple of Dagon, Samson prays to God to restore his strength and wreaks a terrible revenge. Presented by Margaret Juntwait.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Bertrand de Billy Act1
7.20 Interval: A Map of Manhattan
Biographer and journalist Barry Miles describes the importance to his life and work of the Chelsea Hotel in Manhattan and some of its extraordinary residents.
7.45 Act 2
8.30 Interval: The Met Opera Quiz
Steven Blier puts listeners' questions to Henry Fogel , Stuart Hamilton and Phillip Gainsley.
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
The Old Hebrew:
From the Hayward Gallery, celebrating African writing and performance. Ngugi wa Thiong'O reads from his next novel and Jackie Kay performs new poetry. Plus Senegalese hip-hop from DaaraJ. With Ian McMillan. Producer Martin Smith
Africa Season: Ports
Three ports - Carthage, Liverpool and Rotterdam - speak to each other across the centuries and down the sea lanes. We follow the radar-blip of commerce from the ruins of the great Phoenician harbour to the abandoned dockside at Liverpool, to the cranes and containers of Europe's busiest port. A radio poem by Paul Farley. Producer Emma Harding
1/4. Alwynne Pritchard introduces two concerts from the British Music Information Centre's 2004
Cutting Edge series. The Norwegian quintet asamisimasa perform works by James Saunders , Roger Redgate and Ian Willcock , and give the first UK performance of Michael Finnissy's
L'Herbe. Finnissy is also featured in the concert given by Ensemble Expose, who play his Greatest Hits of All Time. The concert also includes pieces by James Dillon , Ross Lorraine and Joanna Bailie.
With John Shea.
Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor Ravel Sheherazade
Respiqhi Pines of Rome (BBC Proms 2004) 2.25 Schubert Impromptu No 1 in C minor, D899 2.35 Bach Violin Sonata No 3 in C, BWV1005 3.00 CPE Bach Zur Einfuhrung des HP Gasie, Wq250 3.25 Rachmanlnov Variations on a theme of Corelli, Op 42 3.45 Veremans Night and Dawn at the Nete 3.55 Haydn Piano Trio in F, H XV 4 4.10 Chopin Variations Brillantes in B flat on a theme from Herold's Ludovic 4.15 Verdi Va Pensieri (Nabucco) 4.20 Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Lyudmila 4.25 Weber Sonatina , Romance and Menuet, Op 3 4.35 Wassenaer Concerto
Armonico No 1 in G 4.45 Castelnuovo-Tedesco Tarantella
4.50 Gaubert Trois Aquarelles No 1 (Pour un Clair Matin )
5.00 Liadov The Enchanted Lake, Op 62 5.05 Debussy Syrinx 5.10 D'lndia Ma con Chi Parlo ?Ahi Lassa; Che Non T'ami Cor Mio: Pur Venisti Cor Mio 5.20 Mozart, transcr Petric Adagio and Rondo in C minor, K617
5.30 Gade At Sunset, Op46 5.35 Crusell After a Friend's Death 5.40 Elqar Serenade for strings, Op 20
5.50 Tchaikovsky Three songs 6.00 Dohnanyl String Quartet in D flat, Op 15 6.25 Grainger To a Nordic
Princess 6.40 Beethoven Piano Sonata in E flat. Op 27 No I (Quasi una Fantasia)