Presented by Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Vaughan Williams Five variants of Dives and Lazarus Gossec String Quartet, Op 15 No 5
8.00-9.00: Clerambault Salve Regina Mozart Piano Sonata in D, K311
With Rob Cowan. Including the recording of Sibelius's Four Legends recommended in yesterday's CD Review. Plus:
Grainger Lord Peter 's Stable-Boy
Melbourne SO, conductor Geoffrey Simon Buxtehude Canzonettas in G and C,
BuxWV1711167 Inge Bonnerup (organ) Lassus 0 Mors Quam Amara Est
Pro Cantione Antigua, conductor Bruno Turner Saint-Saens Cello Concerto No 1 in A minor
Andre Navarra , Paris National Opera Theatre Orchestra, conductor Emanuel Young
Ellington Come Sunday (Suite: Black, Brown and Beige) Mahalia Jackson (singer), Duke Ellington Orchestra
Zelenka Trio Sonata No linF F Heinz Holliger and Maurice Bourgue (oboes), Klaus Thunemann
(bassoon), Thomas Zehetmair (violin), Klaus Stoll (double bass), Christiane Jaccottet (harpsichord) Gavin Bryars Epilogue (Wonderlawn) Gavin Bryars Ensemble
Chopin Piano Sonata No 3 in B minor, Op 58 Bruno Leonardo Gelber
Vivaldi Concerto in C for two trumpets, RV537 Hakan Hardenberger and Rheinhold Friedrich ,
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Thea Sharrock , artistic director of the Gate Theatre in London's Notting Hill, shares her musical passions with Michael Berkeley. They include
Mozart's Clarinet Quintet in A, K581, a Bach viola da gamba sonata, songs by Curtis Mayfield and Joni Mitchell , and Hugh Masekela playing Stimela.
The Dufay Collective
The Dufay Collective join Catherine Bott live in the studio to answer listeners' questions and to perform music written for Alfonso the Wise - King of Castile and Leon (1252-84) and patron of the arts during the time when the south of the Iberian Peninsula was under Moorish rule.
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Frank-Peter Zimmermann (violin), Enrico Pace (piano)
Stephanie Hughes introduces a concert given at last year's Schwetzingen Festival in Germany by violinist Frank Peter Zimmermann in works by Bach, Busoni and Brahms.
4/4. South America. John Williams looks at the work of Brazilian composer Augustin Barrios , the Venezuelan Antonio Lauro, and Leo Brouwer from Cuba. Plus the fiery playing of Cuban folk guitarists.
Today's selection of listeners' reguests include
Bruckner's Overture in G minor, William Walton 's Five Bagatelles for solo guitar, and Ravel's Piano Concerto in G. Send in your requests by PHONE: [number removed]0300 email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3 Address: 3 for All, BBC Wales, Cardiff CF5 2YO
Under the director Graham Vick , Birmingham Opera Company has forged a groundbreaking mix of international professional opera production and street-level performances involving people who live and work in the city. Music Matters goes to Birmingham for rehearsals of their latest large-scale production: Monteverdi's epic opera Ulysses Comes Home. Plus a look at The Musical Madhouse - the first complete English translation of Les Grotesgues de la Musique, one of the composer Berlioz's most compelling and witty literary works, consisting of anecdotes, open letters and comments on the absurdities of concert life.
Presented by Tom Service . Producer Paul Frankl
Verity Sharp presents a concert from the London South Bank Centre series Max: A Musician of Our Time.
Lucy Shelton and Claire Booth (sopranos),
London Sinfonietta, conductor Oliver Knussen Peter Maxwell Davies Antechrist ; Revelation and Fall; Blind Man 's Buff; Assumtione Beatae Maria Virginis (first UK performance) Another concert from this series is featured in Performance on 3 tomorrow at 7.30pm
rAn uncompromising story of denial, set over a weekend in a remote Danish mansion, and containing strong language and descriptions of sexual violence. Originally one of the Dogme series of films by the Danes Thomas Vinterberg , Mogens Rukov and Bo hr Hansen , Festen was made into a multi-award-winning adaptation for the Almeida Theatre, London, by David Eldridge. This radio version features the cast of that production. Introduced by director Rufus Norris.
Music composed by Orlando Gough
Producer Howard Belgard Director Rufus Norris
1920s film star, spy, famed beauty and, above all, photographer Tina Modotti is remembered by Louisa Buck. Producer Kate Bland
Andy Kershaw with selections from the most eclectic CD collection in Crouch End (his own).
1/5. St Petersburg. Donald Macleod examines the impact of Stravinsky's exile from Russia on his life and work.
Repeated from Monday at 12 noon
With Jonathan Swain .
Mozart Mass in C. K317 (Coronation) CPE Bach Magnificat in D minor 2.00 Bach Violin Partita No 3 in E, BWV1006
2.15 Beethoven Grosse Fuge in B flat, Op 133 (arr for string orchestra) 2.35 Prokofiev Symphony No 6
3.15 Arensky Suite No 4 for piano duo, Op 62
3.35 Dvorak Serenade in D minor, Op 44 4.00 Lipinski Overture in D 4.10 Wilms Rondo-Polonaise in D
4.15 Handel Rejoice Greatly, 0 Daughter of Zion (The Messiah) 4.20 Alblnoni Oboe Concerto in D minor, Op 9 No 2 4.30 Grieg Holberg Suite 4.50 Chopin Preludes: No 21 in B flat; No 22 in G minor; No 23 in No 24 in D minor 5.00 Debussy Clair de Lune (arr for string quartet) Wllbye Draw on. Sweet Night A Gabriell Frais and Galliard (Canzonialla Francese ) 5.10 Weelkes When David Heard 5.15 Barber Adagio for Strings
5.25 Pejacevic Nocturne for orchestra 5.30 Livadic Notturno in F minor 5.40 Savioli Cor Mio , Deh, Non Languire 5.45 Jarnefelt The Sound of Home
5.55 Melartin Easy Pieces, Op 1216.10 Mendelssohn
Prelude and Fugue in E minor, Op 35 No 16.20 Moniuszko Three Songs 6.30 Weber Clarinet Quintet in B flat. Op 34