Presented by Tommy Pearson.
7.00-8.00: Grieg Peer Gynt Suite No 1, Op 46
CBSO, conductor Sakari Oramo Beethoven Piano Sonata in E flat, Op 81a (Les Adieux) Maurizio Pollini T Linley (son) Ye Nymphs of Albion's
Beauty-Blooming Isle Julia Gooding (soprano), Parley of Instruments, director Paul Nicholson
8.00-9.00: Wagner Prelude, Act 1: Parsifal Chicago SO, conductor Daniel Barenboim
Bach Chaconne (Violin Partita No 2 in D minor, BWV1004) Rachel Podger Grieg , arr Ellington Death of Aase (Peer Gynt) Duke Ellington Band For full details visit www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/morningon3 on the day of transmission PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com Address: Morning on 3. BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA
Andrew McGregor plays recent CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library Andrew Green recommends a recording of Vaughan Williams 's A Pastoral Symphony (Symphony No 3).
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Anthony Burton reviews new chamber music releases, including Saint-Saens from the Nash Ensemble, Shostakovich from the Jerusalem Quartet, and Mozart violin sonatas from Mark Steinberg and Mitsuko Uchida.
11.15 Andrew McGregor interviews pianist Lang Lang about making music back home in China, the pressures of his rise to international fame, his Carnegie Hall debut and his new recording of Rachmaninov's Second Piano Concerto.
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: Esa-Pekka Salonen Wing on Wing Anu and Piia Komsi (sopranos), Finnish RSO conducted by the composer www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview PHONE: [number removed]email: cdreviewiabbc.co.uk Text: [number removed] Disc details are posted on the website and on CEEFAX. BBC1. page 651
Tutti Lutie. Lucie Skeaping explores the exotic family tree of the lute, in a musical journey that takes her via Greece and Iran en route to India.
Bernstein Serenade after Plato's Symposium
Leonard Bernstein 's five-movement concerto for violin, strings and percussion is one of his most personal compositions.
Charles Hazlewood explores the relationship between Bernstein's music and the source of his inspiration. With Antje Weithaas (violin) and the BBC Concert Orchestra.
This work is given in full in Performance on 3, Wed at 7.30pm Humphrey Burton on Bernstein: page 121
Africa Lives on the BBC
Live from Cardiff Bay, Lucy Duran hosts a concert organised with the city's Somali community. Artists include the Congolese group Konono No 1, who play traditional trance music on electrified thumb-pianos, plus one of Somalia's leading groups, the Shego Band. See also Sunday Feature tomorrow at 9.30pm
Trumpeter Colin Steele talks about his new album, Through the Waves, and Claire Martin presents a selection of new jazz CD releases.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Brilliant Corners: the Story of Riverside Records
1/3. John Fordham looks at one of the heroes of modern jazz recording: Riverside Records. With record producer and label owner Orrin Keepnews , he charts how the label came to record some of the key jazz albums of the 1950s and early 60s. Today Keepnews relates how he dealt with the sometimes difficult Thelonious Monk, how he came to sign pianist Bill Evans , and how he recorded one of jazz's first statements on civil rights:
Sonny Rollins's Freedom Suite. Producer Russell Finch
Ernest Chausson was fascinated both by Arthurian legend and by the operas of Wagner. His only opera, set in 6th-century England, brings to life the tragic tale of King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, Lancelot, Merlin, and the Knights of the Round
Table - with its themes of illicit love, chivalry and magic. The superb cast and orchestra are conducted in this new studio recording by Leon Botstein. Presented by Stephanie Hughes with Roger Nichols.
Apollo Voices, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leon Botstein
Le Roux (baritone)
American author Joyce Carol Oates discusses the faith of the writer; plus, a specially commissioned piece by novelist Derek Beaven , and another instalment from eartoonist Peter Blegvad.
Presented by Ian McMillan. Producer Aasiya Lodhi
Pianist Sarah Nicholls plays music by a 20th-century Russian master.
Alfred Schnittke Improvisation and Fugue; Piano Sonata No 2
4/4. Cut and Splice. Classic works from the 1960s by Robert Ashley and Mauricio Kagel using taped sounds, and a new work from
Austria that uses live electronic manipulations of instrumental music. Presented by Robert Worby from the recent Cut and Splice Festival of Electronic Music in London.
Robert Ashley Wolfman Keir Neuringer (vocals), Joel Ryan (live electronics)
Peter Ablinger Fur Johannes Michael Fischer (first UK performance)
Mauricio Kagel Acustica
Apartment House, leader Anton Lukoszevieze
Presented by Jonathan Swain.
Dvorak String Serenade in E, Op 22 Schumann Piano
Concerto in A minor Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor Dvorak Legends, Op 59: No I in D minor; No 3 in G minor
2.40 Brahms Variations and Fugue on a theme by Handel, Op 24 3.10 Jenner Trio in E flat for clarinet, horn andpiano
3.40 Crusell Bassoon Concertino in B flat 4.00 Sibelius Cantata for the Helsinki University Ceremonies of 1897 Op 23 (excerpts) 4.05 Scheldt Alamanda 4.20 Handel Water Music: Suite No 2 in D 4.35 Glazunov Chant du
Menestrel, Op 714.40 Grieq Symphonic Dance, Op 64 No 4
5.00 Kabalevsky Suite: The Comedians 5.15 Auric Film Suite: It Always Rains on Sunday 5.45 Delius On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring 5.55 Tormis Spring Sketches
6.00 Vivaldi Violin Concerto in A, RV335 (Cuckoo)
6.10 Liszt Waidesrauschen 6.15 Dvorak Concert
Overture: In Nature's Realm, Op 916.30 Humperdinck Dream Scene (Hansel und Gretel) 6.40 Lindblad Dreams