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: Morning on 3

Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Vivaldi Concerto in F RV433 (La
Tempesta di Mare) Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century, director Frans Bruggen (recorder)
Crusell Clarinet Quartet No 2 in C minor, Op 4 Thea King , Members of the Allegri Quartet
Bizet Carmen: Suite No 1 French National Radio Orchestra, conductor Thomas Beecham
8.30-10.00: Weber Clarinet Concerto No 2 in E flat Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, director Antony Pay (clarinet)
Brahms Variations and Fugue on a theme by Handel, Op 24 Emanuel Ax (piano)
Elgar Three Bavarian Dances London
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Adrian Boult

Contributors

Presented By: Penny Gore
Director: Frans Bruggen
Unknown: Thea King
Conductor: Thomas Beecham
Conductor: Adrian Boult

: CD Masters

With Jonathan Swain.
Bach, arr Busoni Nun freut euch, lieben
Christen g'mein, BWV734; Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV543 Samson Frangois (piano)
10.11 Berlioz Grande Messe des Morts, Op 5 Leopold Simoneau (tenor),
New England Conservatory Chorus, Boston Symphony Orchestra, conductor Charles Munch
11.37 Schumann Etudes Symphoniques, Op 13 Samson Frangois (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Conductor: Charles Munch

: Composers of the Week:Constant Lambert and Alan Rawsthorne

2/5. Donald Macleod continues his journey through the lives and works of these two composers who were both contemporaries and friends. In today's programme, he follows them along their different career paths. Constant
Lambert had a meteoric start and was already established by the age of 22. It took
Alan Rawsthorne considerably longer to make his mark, not least because he began training both as a dentist and as an architect.
Lambert Piano Sonata
Ian Brown
Pomona English Northern Philharmonia conductor David Lloyd-Jones
Rawsthorne, arr and orch Philip Lane Film score: Uncle Silas (excerpt)
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Rumon Gamba
Repeated on Monday at 12 midnight

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Alan Rawsthorne
Conductor: David Lloyd-Jones
Unknown: Philip Lane
Conductor: Rumon Gamba

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Edinburgh International Festival 2005
Sandy Burnett introduces a recital recorded last Saturday at the Queen's Hall. Trio Jean Paul
Haydn Piano Trio in F sharp minor, H XV 26 Beethoven Piano Trio in E flat, Op 70 No 2 Schubert Piano Trio in B flat, D898

Contributors

Introduces: Sandy Burnett
Unknown: Jean Paul

: BBC Proms 2005

Gianluca Cascioli (piano),
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ingo Metzmacher Brahms Tragic Overture
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4 in G
Wagner Prelude, Act 1: Lohengrin KA Hartmann Symphony No 6 Repeated from Thursday 11 August

Contributors

Piano: Gianluca Cascioli
Conductor: Ingo MetzmacHer

: Voices

Funny Bones
2/2. lain Burnside continues his journey through the world of the comic song, from the innocent tongue twisters of Danny Kaye to the saucy innuendo of Fascinating Aida.

Contributors

Unknown: Danny Kaye

: In Tune

Petroc Trelawny presents a round-up of news from the arts world, with studio guests and a selection of music.

: BBC Proms 2005

Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Handel Julius Caesar (semi-staged; sung in Italian)
Egypt, 48 BC. At this point in his quest for power, Julius Caesar stands firm against the rapacious and fickle Ptolemy but weakens for the wily charms of Cleopatra. Sarah Connolly heads an international cast in this semi-staged performance based on a new production by David McVicar for Glyndebourne Festival, which sees the sparkling combination of William Christie and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment return to the Proms. Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
Glyndebourne Festival Chorus,
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conductor William Christie Act1
7.30 Twenty Minutes: In States Unborn and Accents Yet Unknown An illustrated talk by Mark Lawson about the plays, novels, poems and music inspired by Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
7.50 Act 2
9.00 Twenty Minutes: Letter from Rome
Tobias Jones takes the Viale Mazzini headquarters of the Italian state broadcaster RAI as his starting point for an exploration of the complex role played by the company in contemporary Italian life.
9.20 Act 3

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Julius Caesar
Production By: David McVicar
Unknown: William Christie
Presented By: Stephanie Hughes.
Conductor: William Christie
Talk By: Mark Lawson
Unknown: Julius Caesar.
Unknown: Viale Mazzini
Cesare: Sarah Connolly (mezzo)
Cornelia: Patricia Bardon (mezzo)
Sesto: Angellka Kirchschlager (mezzo)
Cleopatra: Danielle de Niese (soprano)
Tolomeo: Christophe Dumaux (countertenor)
Achilla: Christopher Maltman (baritone)
Nireno: Rachid Ben Abdeslam (countertenor)
Curio: Alexander Ashworth (baritone)

: Late Junction

Fiona Talkington introduces a performance by Orkney folk duo the Wrigley Sisters from the EBU Folk Festival in Gdansk earlier this month. Plus orchestral music by Gareth Farr , an Indian funk version of Coltrane's A Love Supreme by Dissidenten, and Madagascan valiha music.

Contributors

Introduces: Fiona Talkington
Music By: Gareth Farr

: Composers of the Week: The GermanOrganists, 1560-1750

3/5. A New Generation. Donald Macleod 's survey of the German organ school reaches the mid-17th century and some students of the organists featured in yesterday's programme. Johann Bach Unser Leben ist ein Schatten auf Erde (excerpt)
Reincken Partita No 3 (Hortus Musicus) (excerpt) Weckmann Magnificat Secundi Toni; Sonata IX a 4, Sonata II a 4 Tunder Praeludium in G;
Wachet auf! ruft uns die Stimme
Froberger Suite No 20 in D Rptd from Wed at 12 noon

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain.
Charpentier Méditations pour Careme Danielis Propter Nimiam Charitatem ; Ornate Aras:Ad Fontes Amoris Charpentier Regina Coelis Ensemble Pierre Robert
2.04 Mozart Piano Sonata in A minor, K310 2.19 Reger Ach Herr , strafe mich nicht, Op 110 No 2 2.37 Brahms
Violin Concerto in D 3.17 Schumann Symphony No 2 in C
3.56 Wagner King Mark's Monologue (Tristan and Isolde)
4.08 Ysaye Violin Sonata in D minor, Op 27 No 3 (Ballade)
4.16 Haydn Piano Sonata in E minor, H XVI 34
4.30 Durante Concerto per Quartetto No 6 in A
4.41 Lassus In Hora Ultima 4.43 Usper 0 Se Torna il Mio Sole: Dona nel Viso Havete 4.48 Cavalli Dixit Dominus a 8 (Musiche Sacre) 5.00 Buxtehude Toccata in F, BuxWV156
5.07 Bach Trio Sonata in G. BWV525 5.19 Parry, orch Jacob I Was Glad 5.24 Hoist St Paul 's Suite, Op 29 No 2
5.39 Chopin Ballade No 4 in F minor, Op 52
5.50 Verdi Prelude: Don Carlo , Act 5.59 Villa-Lobos Introduction to the Choros 6.12 Dahl Concerto a Tre
6.31 Stucken Symphonic Prologue: William Ratcliffe

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: Careme Danielis Propter
Unknown: Nimiam Charitatem
Unknown: Reger Ach Herr
Unknown: Cavalli Dixit Dominus
Unknown: Bach Trio Sonata
Unknown: St Paul
Unknown: Don Carlo
Unknown: William Ratcliffe








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