Presented by Tommy Pearson. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Prokofiev Overture on Hebrew
Themes Barber Second Essay for Orchestra, Op 17
8.00-9.00: Ravel Introduction and Allegro Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in D minor
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Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's classical music CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library George Pratt recommends the best recordings of Bach's motets from the variety currently available.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Ivan Hewett reviews new releases of contemporary music, including works by French "spectralist" Gerard Grisey , Giya Kancheli , and Chinese new-wave composer Ge Gan-Ru .
11.15 Finnish conductor Osmo Vanska talks to
Andrew McGregor about building a world-class Sibelius orchestra in Lahti, conducting
MacMillan in Glasgow, and embarking on a brand-new Beethoven cycle in Minnesota.
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
Tchaikovsky 18 Pieces, Op 72 (excerpts) Mikhail Pletnev (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, BBCI, page 651
The first in a series of highlights from this year's Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music in London. Lucie Skeaping is at St John's Smith Square with cornetto player Bruce Dickey and the members of Concerto Palatino, who celebrate the impact that the music of Giovanni Gabrieli had on his
The Beethoven Experience: Symphony No 2 in D Charles Hazlewood focuses on perhaps the least well-known of the nine Beethoven symphonies, delving into the detail of this essentially classical work to reveal its unpredictability, its quixotic character, its serious moments and its many playful passages of humour. He is joined by his period-instrument orchestra, Harmonieband.
Paul Fisher reviews some of the latest releases from the Far East, and Andrew McGregor meets the Siberian folk singer Chyskyyrai. Plus live Chinese gypsy music with the Hua Family Shawm Band. With Lucy Duran.
Helen Mayhew presents a selection of new releases and is joined by saxophonist Joshua Redman.
With Geoffrey Smith.
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Brilliant Corners: the Story of Riverside Records
3/3. Orrin Keepnews , record producer and owner of Riverside Records, tells John Fordham how he came to record classic albums by pianist Bill Evans , about some of the lesser-known musicians who were integral to the label, and how the label came to an end. Producer Russell Finch
Cenerentola is not allowed to go to the ball where Prince Ramiro will be choosing a bride, but when he arrives at her house disguised as his servant they immediately fall in love. Rossini's take on the Cinderella tale has no fairy godmother, pumpkins or lost slippers. This is a comic opera with a darker side, more about social mobility than magic.
Conductor Vladimir Jurowski and director Peter Hall discuss their their new production at
Glyndebourne, with presenter Stephanie Hughes.
Glyndebourne Chorus, London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Jurowski
Di Pasquale (bass)
Poet Nii Parkes launches his guide to great
African writers, Alex Butterworth talks about graffiti in the ancient world, and Wendy Cope judges the villanelle competition. Presented by Ian McMillan. Producer Aasiyalodhi
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The Third Generation
How do the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors come to terms with the experiences of their grandparents? Anne Karpf talks with medical student Shoshana Burke , rock musician Sam Fluskey and musicial siblings Simon, Benjamin and Joanna Wallf isch. Featuring Requiem, specially composed by Benjamin Wallf isch and performed in the studio by three generations of cellists: his brother Simon, his father Raphael Wallfisch, and his grandmother, Anita Lasker-Wallf isch, whose cello playing saved her life in Auschwitz.
Producer Beaty Rubens The Wallfisch family are also the subject of It's a Family Business. tomorrow at 3.30pm
Salvatore Sciarrino Sonata No 31an Pace (piano)
Cut and Splice
Robert Worby introduces another programme from the recent Cut and Splice Festival in London, including music by German "laptop generation" composers associated with the Raster-Noton CD label: Frank Bretschneider , Olaf Bender (aka Byetone) and Carsten Nicolai (aka Alva Noto ). Their music is a minimalist abstraction of dance music, while veteran
Japanese composer Yasunao Tone comes from the Fluxus movement, and uses indeterminate methods. In his new work, Paramedia Music, sound is sculpted by the movement of a calligraphy brush. Plus John Cage 's pioneering four-channel tape collage piece, Williams Mix.
With Louise Fryer. M Tilson Thomas Urban Legend
Bartok Music for strings, percussion and celesta Strauss Ein Heldenleben 2.35 Liszt, transcr Dohnanyl Fantasia and Fugue on BACH 2.50 Telemann Orchestral Suite in E minor 3.20 Biber Missa Alleluja a 36 4.00 Rosetti Grande Symphonie in D 4.15 Palestrina Ascendo ad
Patrem 4.20 Handel Flute Sonata in A minor, Op I No 4
4.25 Grainger Handel in the Strand 4.30 Stenhammar The People of Nifelhem 4.45 Bentzon Sinfonia Buffo,
Op 35 4.50 Dvorak Polonaise in E flat 5.00 CFE Homeman Overture: A Hero's Life 5.10 Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet In Transit 5.15 Brian Eno , arr Wolfe Music for
Airports 1/2 5.25 Kuljeric Toccata 5.30 MacDowell Suite in A minor, Op 42 5.55 Mahler Ich ging mit Lust durch einen grunen Wald 6.00 Schubert Fantasy in C, D760 (Wandererfantasie) 6.20 Mozetich Fantasia sul un Linguaggio 6.35 Poulenc Mass in G 6.50 Smetana Overture: The Bartered Bride