With Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Telemann Recorder Sonata in D minor
(Essercizii Musici )
Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 1 in G minor
8.00-9.00: George Lloyd Overture: John Socman Wagner A Faust Overture
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Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's classical music CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Alyn Shipton recommends a version of Beethoven's Cello
Sonata in A, Op 69, from those currently available.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Rodney Milnes reviews recently released opera recordings, including Berlioz's Benvenuto Cellini and DVD recordings of Wagner's Tannhauser and Halevy's La Juive.
11.15 To mark the 25th anniversary of Priory Records, the company's MD, engineer and producer, Neil Collier , talks to Andrew McGregor about the joys and peculiar challenges of recording choirs and organs.
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: Brahms Symphony No 3 in F (excerpt) WDR Sinfonieorchester, conductor Semyon Bychkov
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John Dowland : the Man and the Myth
Dowland was one of the greatest musicians of the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras, and information about his life is plentiful. Yet the truth about his life is still shrouded in mystery. Lucie Skeaping explores the life and music of this enigmatic composer, and Catherine Bott talks to Dr Helen Hackett about the life and poetry of one of the ladies of the time, Lady Mary Wroth.
Words and Music
Charles Hazlewood is joined by mezzo Pamela Helen Stephen , tenor James Gilchrist and the BBC Concert Orchestra for a workshop session exploring the many different ways composers over the past 300 years have approached the setting of words in opera arias and in song.
Nigel Williamson joins Lucy Duran for a look at what's new in world music, and Simon Broughton travels to Tamanrasset in southern Algeria for a music festival with the nomadic Tuaregs.
Helen Mayhew presents a selection of new CD releases and news from the UK jazz scene.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Live from the Met: Don Carlo
Don Carlo , heir to the Spanish throne, has been promised to Elisabeth, daughter of the King of France, to promote peace between the two nations. They meet and fall in love, but it's then decided that Elisabeth should marry Carlo's father, Philip II of Spain, instead. Verdi's epic opera contains some of his most dramatic and memorable music, and is sung by a top cast including Sondra Radvanovsky , Violeta Urmana and Richard Margison. Presented from New York by Margaret Juntwait.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Fabio Luisi Acts 1 and 2 7.40 Interval: What Does Schiller Mean to Us Today? Friedrich von Schiller, philosopher, lyric poet, playwright, idealist and revolutionary, on whose dramatic poem the libretto of tonight's opera is based, died 200 years ago.
James Woodall charts Schiller's continuing relevance.
8.10 Act 3
8.45 Interval: The Met Opera Quiz
Thor Eckert puts listeners' questions to Speight Jenkins , Evans Mirageas and Christopher Purdy. Send questions to Met Opera Quiz, FDR Station, PO Box 805, New York, NY 10150, or via bbc.co.uk/radio3
9.10 Acts 4 and 5
Elisabeth de Valois:
Rodrigo, Count of Posa:
Philip II, King of Spain:
Voice from Heaven:
The Count of Lerma:
Whitbread Prize-winning poet Michael Symmons Roberts performs a new commission inspired by the Book of Psalms. Plus the first in a series of new versions of the parables: this week novelist Sarah Hall rewrites the parable of the lost sheep. Presented by Ian McMillan. Producer Martin smith
3/4. Robert Worby introduces a studio concert recorded at LSO St Luke's, featuring music by five young British composers.
London Sinfonietta, conductor Nicholas Kok. William Attwood Iwwer Tiermen (first performance)
Phillip Neil Martin Shifting Mirrors
Ben Foskett Violin Concerto Clio Gould (violin) Emily Hall Think about Space
Sam Hayden Relative Autonomy (first UK performance)
And from the British Music Information Centre Cutting Edge series last year, vocal trio Juice presents rockrainwindfire, a selection of pieces for unaccompanied female voices by Morag Galloway , Paul Robinson , Paul Mealor and David Breslin , and by the members of the group, Anna Molyneux , Kerry Andrew and Sarah Dacey.
With John Shea.
Bach Mass in B minor, BWV232 (BBC Proms 2004)
2.50 Busoni Five piano pieces (Sieben kurze Stucke zur Pflege des polyphonen Spiels) 3.05 Nielsen String
Quartet No 1, Op 13 3.35 Liszt Piano Concerto No 2 in A
4.00 G Gabrieli Canzon Septimi Toni No 2 (Sacrae
Symphoniae) 4.05 Handel Flammende Rose , Zierde der Erden, HWV210 (Deutsche ArienXarr for violin, oboe and organ) 4.10 D Scarlatti Keyboard sonatas: in C, Kk159;
D minor, Kk9; B minor, Kk377 4.15 Brahms Tragic Overture
4.30 Lipinski Great Fantasy on themes from Bellini's
I Puritan, Op 29 4.50 Verdi La Donna e Mobile (Rigoletto)
5.00 Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat, Op 11
5.05 Anon, arr Shoujounian Open for Us, Lord
5.10 Dupre Versets on Ave Maris Stella 5.15 Grieg Evening in the Mountains; At the Cradle (Lyric Pieces, Op 68) (arr for orchestra) 5.25 Mozart Fantasia in D minor, K397
5.30 Morales Motet: Andreas Christi Famulus
5.40 Haydn Symphony No 27 in 5.50 Ravel Ronsard Son Ame 5.55 Paderewski, arr J Maksymiuk Nocturne, Op 16 No 4 6.00 Suk Elegie , Op 33 6.05 Schubert Piano Sonata in E minor, D566 6.25 Debussy Jeux
6.45 Marais La Paraza Sjoqren Two Lyrical Pieces