Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Chopin Grande Valse Brillante in E flat, Op 18 Murray Perahia (piano) Hummel Octet-Partita in E flat Consortium Classicum
8.00-9.00: Faure Cantique de Jean Racine, Op 11 Corydon Singers, John Scott (organ), conductor Matthew Best Enescu Romanian Rhapsody in A, Op 11 No 1 LSO, conductor Antal Dorati
With Rob Cowan. Including the recording of Rimsky-Korsakov's Suite: Sheherazade recommended in yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes:
Novak Among the Children (Slovak Suite, 3rdmvt) Czech PO, conductor Vaclav Talich
Bach Aria: Gott soll allein (Cantata No 169: Gott soll allein mein Herze haben) Aafje Heynis (contralto), Albert de Klerk (organ), Netherlands Chamber Orchestra, conductor Anton van der Horst Honegger Pastorale dEt6 Bavarian Radio
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Charles Dutoit Schumann Romance in A minor, Op 94 No 3
C Schumann Leidenschaflich schnell, Op 22 No 3 Jeffrey Khaner (flute), Charles Abramovic (piano) Messiaen Chant d'Extase dans un Paysage
Triste (Preludes) Alexander Lonquich (piano) Schubert Overture in the Italian Style
San Francisco SO, conductor Herbert Blomstedt Handel Mi Palpita il Cor Emma Kirkby (soprano), AAM, conductor Christopher Hogwood Massenet 0 Nature (Werther)
Alfredo Kraus (tenor), Manuel de Falla
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Nicola Rescigno Debussy Sonata for flute, viola and harp Boston Symphony Chamber Players
Smetana Czech Song Prague Philharmonic Choir. Czech PO, conductor Vaclav Talich Dvorak Intermezzo in B Nash Ensemble
Robin Guthrie , whose many administrative posts have included director of the Joseph Rowntree Memorial Trust, chief charity commissioner for England and Wales, and director of social and economic affairs of the Council of Europe, shares his musical passions with Michael Berkeley. They include a Haydn symphony, Britten's Cantata Academica, Wagner's Das Rheingold and Chris Barber 's Jazz Band.
A profile of the life, times and music of the Czech composer Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1745), by Lucie Skeaping. Zelenka won the admiration of many distinguished contemporaries, among them Bach, and composed some of the most sumptuous and glorious church music ever written.
A programme of Baroque concertos given earlier this year at the Schwetzingen Festival in Germany. Venice Baroque Orchestra, director Giuliano Carmignola (violin)
Vivaldi String Concerto in C, RV114; String
Concerto in G minor, RV157; Violin Concerto in E minor, RV278; Concerto in B flat for violin and cello, RV547; String Concerto in G minor, RV156 Violin Concerto in C, RV117
Tartini Violin Concerto in A, D96
New series 1/4. Four visual artists talk to
Robert McNab about the sort of music they listen to while working and how it relates to the images they create. This week, the sculptor Anthony Caro. Producer David Perry
This month Brian Kay looks for music to enjoy while you work. playing listeners' suggestions and other requests, including sacred songs by Verdi and amusing music by Beethoven and Haydn. PHONE: [number removed]0300 email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3 Address: 3 for All, BBC Wales, Cardiff CF5 2YO
John Tavener joins Tom Service to talk about his first ballet score, Amu. And ahead of Radio 3's
Webern Day on Thursday, Tavener contemplates Webern's music. Plus, a look at how a major selection of Tippett's letters is being published to mark his centenary year. Producer Paul Frankl
Edinburgh International Festival 2005
The opening concert, recorded last month in the Usher Hall. Presented by Donald Macleod.
Violeta Urmana (soprano), Leandra Overmann , (mezzo), Salvatore Licitra (tenor), John Relyea (bass), Edinburgh Festival Chorus, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Donald Runnicles Verdi Requiem
In 1964 KGB officer Yuri Nosenko defected to the USA in what should have been a major coup for the CIA. Sebastian Baczkiewicz 's play tells the incredible story of Nosenko's four years of torture and imprisonment without trial as civil war raged within the CIA over his bona fides. Based on an idea by journalist and Cold War expert Tom Mangold.
Producer/Director Toby Swift
With his 12-note composition technique, Arnold Schoenberg departed from the tonal tradition that had served the great classical and Romantic figures. Seeking traces of his idea in the music of the last 80 years, Ivan Hewett talks to second-generation "Schoenbergians" Alexander Goehr and Gunther Schuller , and to some younger composers of differing styles, including Unsuk Chin , Tansy Davies and Dai Fujikura. Producer Alan Hall
Featuring a studio session from former
Sudanese child-soldier Emmanuel Jal , now one of East Africa's most successful rap musicians.
1/5. Donald Macleod considers how mystical thought and ideas and composers' transcendent aspirations have been crucial to the evolution of English music. Repeated from Monday at 12 noon
With Susan Sharpe.
Mokranjac Liturgy 2.02 Bruckner Symphony No 4 in E flat (Romantic) 3.07 Schumann Kinderszenen , Op 15
3.26 Brahms Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op 115
4.01 Sorkocevic Symphony in C 4.06 CPE Bach Trio
Sonata in A, Wql46 4.19 Albicastro Concerto. Op 7 No 2
4.27 Cazzati Giga detta la Bargelina 4.32 Haydn Piano Trio in E, H XV28 4.49 Förster Vanitas Vanitatum
5.00 Norman, arr Willen Andante Sostenuto
5.09 Streulens Ave Maria 5.15 Chopin Impromptu in G flat, Op 51 5.20 Weber Und ob die Wolke s/e verhulle (Der Freischutz, Act 3) 5.26 Gesualdo Ave Dulcissima Maria 5.33 Waqner Pilgrims' Chorus (Tannhauser)
5.39 Mozart Ave Verum Corpus, K618 5.43 Dela Violin Sonatine 5.56 Schubert Impromptu No 2 in A flat, D935
6.02 Larsson Nine Songs to poems by Hjalmar Cullberg , Op 35 6.19 Beethoven Piano Trio in G, Op I No 2
6.49 Saint-Sains Havanaise