Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00 8.00 : Liszt Orpheus Vienna PO, conductor Giuseppe Sinopoli Bach French Suite No 6 in E, BWV817 Angela Hewitt (piano)
8.00 9.00 : Shostakovich Festival Overture, Op 96 Russian National Orchestra, conductor
Mikhail Pletnev Mendelssohn String Quartet in F minor, Op 80 Leipzig Quartet
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Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's classical music CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library Martin Cotton recommends a recording of Ravel's Concerto for piano (left hand) from those available.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Nick Morgan reviews new releases of Baroque instrumental music, including Couperin chamber works from Le Concert des Nations and Musica ad Rhenum.
11.15 Baritone Dietrich Henschel talks to Andrew McGregor about his recording of Schubert's
Winterreise, taking masterclasses with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau , and the Bach pilgrimage with John Eliot Gardiner.
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: Albeniz Iberia(excerpts) Marc-André Hamelin (piano) 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
Deborah: Handel the Charming Brute and the Birth of Oratorio
In 1733 Handel started work on his first purpose-written English oratorio, Deborah. However, the piece was not popular with audiences at the time, partly due to Handel's doubling of ticket prices. The composer was in severe financial difficulty: his partnership with the impresario Heidegger was collapsing, he was being constantly lambasted by the Prince of Wales and his cronies, and a cartoon was doing the rounds showing
Handel as a greedy hog. Catherine Bott explores Deborah and Handel's corresponding misfortunes.
Schoenberg's First Chamber Symphony
Charles Hazlewood looks in detail at one of the landmarks of European music in the early years of the 20th century, when Schoenberg was striving to break free from traditional tonality. Written for 15 instruments, the Chamber
Symphony is rich in thematic detail. Haziewood explores Schoenberg's creative journey in a workshop session with his own orchestra, Excellent Device.
Lucy Duran reviews new CD releases,
Fiona Talkington presents a rough guide to the music of northern Europe, and Swedish nyckelharpa player Johan Hedin plays live in the studio.
Huw Warren (piano) and John Parricelli (guitar) in concert, recorded earlier this year at the Floral Hall, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Presented by Claire Martin.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Never Let Me Go: The Musical World of Keith Jarrett
2/4. Conversations with pianist and composer Keith Jarrett. who celebrates his 60th birthday tomorrow. Today he talks to Alyn Shipton about his brief stint playing electric keyboards with Miles Davis , his quartet with saxophonist Dewey Redman , and the first of his celebrated solo piano concerts. Producer Felix Carey
Live from the Met: La Clemenza di Tito
In Mozart's final opera seria the Roman emperor Tito finds his well-known clemency
RT CHOICE tested to the full, not in the affairs of Rome, but of his own heart. Bowing to pressure to marry a Roman princess, Tito chooses Servilia, but releases her when he learns she is in love with his friend Annio. Meanwhile, Vitellia, furious at not being chosen herself, plots Tito's murder. Presented by Margaret Juntwait.
New York Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor James Levine
Sof von Otter (mezzo)
Robert Marx talks to Joseph Volpe , outgoing general manager of the Metropolitan Opera.
8.05 Act 2
Ian McMillan presents the showcase of new writing and performance. Featuring Thai-
American writer Rattawut Lapcharoensap and eartoonist Peter Blegvad. Producer Aasiya Lodhi
Henri Dutilleux Mystere de Tlnstant Collegium Musicum Zurich , conductor Paul Sacher Symphony No
Orchestre de Paris, conductor Daniel Barenboim
1/4: ECAT. This month the programme features electronic music from around the country. Today the Edinburgh Contemporary Arts Trust's co-promotion with the Society for the Promotion of New Music. Presented by Ivan Hewett.
Deirdre Gribbin Piano Trio: How to Make the Water Sound
Mark Henry Play Act (oboe, percussion and electronics)
Rob Wright ARCO (cello and tape)
Paul Keenan Palimpsest (ensemble and electronics) ECAT Ensemble, director John Kenny
Brian Ferneyhough Etudes Transcendentales Ensemble Expose, director Roger Redgate
Presented by Susan Sharpe. Brahms Symphony No 3 in F Beethoven Piano Concerto No 5 in E flat (Emperor)
2.15 Stojowski Cello Sonata, Op 18 2.40 Szeligowski
Four Polish Dances 3.00 Dvorak Wind Serenade in D minor, Op 44 3.20 Bach Organ Sonata in C, BWV529 3.35 Roman Suite: Royal Wedding Music (excerpts) 4.00 Aqay Five
Easy Dances 4.05 Plazzolla Le Grand Tango 4.15 Huggett Suite for accordion and piano 4.30 Anon Two Canadian Folk Songs 4.35 Djourov Two Ballades 4.45 Frescobaldl Capriccio sopra la Bassa Fiamenga 4.50 Anon Salterello
5.00 Contant Overture: Les Deux Ames 5.05 Schumann Arabeske in C, Op 18 5.15 Schmelzer Sonata per Chiesa et Camera 5.20 Stalnov Legend 5.35 Papandopulo Dodolice, Op 27 5.55 Wieniawski Violin Concerto No 1 in Fsharp minor 6.25 Vladigerov Grozdanka and the Little Blackamoor Wagner Dawn and Siegfried's Rhine Journey; Siegfried's Death and Funeral March; Finale (Götterdämmerung)