Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Bax Harp Quintet Nash Ensemble Weber Overture: Der Freischutz Philharmonia, conductor Neeme Jarvi Zipoli Suite in F for trumpet and strings Maurice Andre ,
Paillard CO, director Jean-Francois Paillard
8.30-10.00: Schumann Marchenerzahlungen, Op 132 Nash Ensemble Larsson Little Serenade, Op 12 Stockholm Sinfonietta, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No4 in C minor Stephen Hough , City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Sakari Oramo
With Jonathan Swain.
Listener request: Goldmark Magische Tone, berauschender Duft (Die Konigin von Saba, Act 2) Nicolai Gedda (tenor), Bavarian State Opera Orchestra, conductor Heinrich Bender
10.08 Listener request: Chopin Polonaise in F sharp minor. Op 44 Maurizio Pollini (piano)
10.21 Tchaikovsky On this Moonlit Night,
Op 73 No 3; Amid the Din of the Ball, Op 38 No 3; Legend, Op 54 No 6; Don Juan 's Serenade,
Op 38 No 1 Nicolai Gedda (tenor), Jan Eyron (piano)
10.33 Scriabin Symphony No 3 (Divine Poem) Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Kirill Kondrashin
11.20 Massenet Werther, Act 3 (excerpt) and Act Victoria de los Angeles (soprano), Mady Mesple (soprano), Nicolai Gedda (tenor), Roger Soyer
(bass), Paris Orchestra, conductor Georges Pretre
4/5. Donald Macleod continues his survey of Cole Porter 's music, including Kiss Me, Kate - perhaps the best loved of all his shows.
Every Time We Say Goodbye (Seven Lively Arts) Ella Fitzgerald
Night and Day (Night and Day) Cary Grant
We Open in Venice; I Hate Men; Too Darn Hot; So in Love; Brush Up Your Shakespeare (Kiss Me, Kate) Josephine Barstow , Kim Criswell , George Dvorsky , Damon Evans , David Garrison , Thomas Hampson and Robert Nichols , Ambrosian Chorus,
London Sinfonietta, conductor John McGlinn
I Love Paris; Live and Let Live; C'est Magnifique; It's All Right with Me; Can-Can (Can-Can) Bernard Alane , Jean Michel Dagory , Donna McKechnie and Milo O'Shea , director Grant Hossack
Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight
Cheltenham International Festival of Music 7/8. Tommy Pearson presents a concert given last week at the Pittville Pump Room. Petersen Quartet
Schumann String Quartet in A minor, Op 41
Aribert Reimann Miniatures (first UK performance) Shostakovich String Quartet No 4, Op 83
BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Lesley Hatfield (violin), conductor Takuo Yuasa Presented by John Shea.
Wagner Overture: The Flying Dutchman Glazunov Violin Concerto in A minor
Stravinsky Four Norwegian Moods
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 2 in C minor (Little Russian)
In the programme for younger listeners
Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson have a close encounter with a big shoe, hear some sparkly music for piano, and dance to music by Bizet.
Shelley van Loen and the Palm Court Strings are featured artists this month and today they play Haydn Wood 's most famous song, Roses of Picardy. Plus music by Peter Yorke , Matthew Curtis and Reg Casson , and a trio of pieces by John Cacavas , played by the Cavendish Orchestra.
To celebrate the 70th anniversary season of the BBC Philharmonic, Petroc Trelawny presents a special edition from the orchestra's base at New Broadcasting House in Manchester. With principal conductor Gianandrea Noseda and contributions from special guests, members of the orchestra and past principal conductors.
Cheltenham International Festival of Music
Tommy Pearson continues Radio 3's coverage of this year's festival with Sunday's performance at Cheltenham Town Hall by one of the country's leading brass bands. The single work in the programme, composed over the course of 14 years, is inspired by the notion of Earth as a living, evolving being, with movements reflecting on the power of the classical elements. John Pickard Gaia Symphony (first complete performance) Cory Band, conductor Robert Childs
Last January the Cory Band was one of the featured ensembles at the Royal Northern
College of Music Festival of Brass. Their concert included tributes to Elgar Howarth , 70 this year, and to Edward Gregson in his 60th year. David Childs (euphonium), Cory Band, conductor Robert Childs
Wilfred Heaton March: Praise
Elgar Howarth Stories of Saroyan Edward Gregson Of Men and Mountains
Adam Cooper talks to Isabel Hilton about the appeal and perils of adapting the classic 18th-century French novel of virtue and revenge Les Liaisons Dangereuses, by Choderlos de Laclos, as a full-length dance piece. Producer Ian Willox
Hypnotic rhythms from King Tubby and the Musicians of the Nile, gospel wonders from
Mahalia Jackson , Czech Gypsy song from Vera Bila , and music by Russian composer Vladislav Zolotaryov from accordionist David Farmer. Presented by Verity Sharp.
5/5. A Nightingale Sang. An exploration of the composer's final years, with Donald Macleod.
Orgiastic Dance (Ballet: Belkis, Queen ofSheba) Philharmonia, conductor Geoffrey Simon It Tramonto Magdalena Kozena (soprano),
Henschel Quartet Notturno Sergei Babayan
(piano) Pini di Roma NBC SO, conductor Arturo Toscanini Stornellatrice Elsa Respighi (soprano),
Ottorino Respighi (piano) Repeated from Fri at 12 noon
With Susan Sharpe. Tuzun Snapshots for orchestra
Pautza Violin Concerto (Games IV) Schubert Symphony No 6 in C 2.00 Mendelssohn String Quartet in D, Op 44
No 1 2.30 Ravel Suite: Ma Mere rOve 2.45 Debussy Violin Sonata in G minor 3.00 Faure La Bonne Chanson, Op 61
3.20 Stravinsky Concerto in E flat (Dumbarton Oaks)
3.35 Haydn Symphony No 60 in C (II Distratto)
4.10 Larsson Piano Concertino, Op 45 No 12 4.25 Biber Sonata Nola8 8 (Sonatae Tam Aris Quam Aulis Servientes)
4.30 Handel Dall'Ondoso Periglio; A ure, Deh, per Pieta (Giulio Cesare in Egitto) 4.45 JM Bach Halt, was du hast
4.50 Verdi Overture: Nabucco 5.00 Suchon Little Suite with Passacaglia 5.10 Bacewicz Concerto for strings
5.25 Mozart Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K546
5.30 Telemann Es wird ein unbarmherzig Gericht
5.40 Bach Sarabande (Cello Suite in D, BWV1012)
5.50 Schumann Scherzo in D minor, Op 10 No 1
5.55 Huygens Oue Ferons-Nous; Graves Tesmoins de
Mes Delices; Vous Me L'aviez Bien Dit (Pathodia Profana)
6.05 Smetana Piano Trio in G minor. Op 15
6.40 Gossec Symphony in D, Op 5 No 5 (Pastorella)