Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Saint-Saens Bassoon Sonata in G, Op 168 Bach Cantata No 114: Ach, lieben Christen, seid getrost
8.00-9.00: Faure Impromptu No 3 in A flat, Op 34 Copland Ballet: Rodeo
With Rob Cowan. Including the recording of Beethoven's song cycle An die feme Geliebte,
Op 98, recommended in yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes:
Dubois Toccata Gillian Weir (organ)
Telemann Seele, terne dich erkennen
Monika Mauch (soprano), Ensemble Caprice Mendelssohn Scherzo in A minor, Op 81 No 2 Henschel Quartet
D Scarlatti Keyboard Sonatas: in G, Kkl52,, in G, Kkl46 Scott Ross (harpsichord) Nectarie Vlahul Axion Estin
Chanticleer, conductor Joseph Jennings
Bach Prelude in F sharp minor, BWV883 (Well-Tempered Klavier) Julia Cload (piano) Haydn Divertimento in C, H 7 London Wind Soloists
Mozart Violin Concerto No 1 in B flat, K207 ASMF, director lona Brown (violin)
Janacek Ballada Blanik BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor llan Volkov
Messager Lorsque Je N'etais Qu'une Enfant (Fortunio, Act 3) Ninon Vallin (soprano), unnamed orchestra, conductor Gustav Cloez
Stravinsky Tango Orpheus Chamber Orchestra Franck Le Jardin d'Eros (Psyche) Netherlands Radio Choir and PO, conductor Jean Fournet Puccini Perche Chiuso (Tosca, Act 1) Florence Quartararo (soprano),
Ramon Vinay (tenor), unnamed orchestra Philip Glass Brazil (Orion)
Uakti, Philip Glass Ensemble Strauss Duett-Concertino
Nicholas Cox (clarinet), Alan Pendlebury (bassoon), Royal Liverpool PO, conductor Gerard Schwarz
Lancashire-born pianist, entrepreneur and philanthropist Ernest Hall shares his musical passions with Michael Berkeley. They include works by Busoni, Ligeti, Berg, Walton and Thomas Ades.
The Brook Street Band
A live Handelian edition presented by Lucie Skeaping , who's joined in the studio by the Brook Street Band. And there's a chance for listeners to submit questions and comments to Tatty Theo and her colleagues. See details below. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Text: [number removed] (standard rate) Phone: [number removed]
Russian pianist Grigori Sokolov gives a recital of Chopin and Schubert at the Rococo Theatre, Schwetzingen, Germany. Introduced by Stephanie Hughes. Recorded in June.
2/4. 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: Turner Prize nominee Tacita Dean. Producer David Perry
Brian Kay is on the lookout for music to enjoy while you work. Plus listener requests for choral music by Purcell, Weber's Clarinet Concerto No 2 in E flat, and Dag Wiren 's Serenade for strings. PHONE: [number removed]0300 email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3 Address: 3 for All, BBC Wales, Cardiff CF5 2YO
An opera special in which Tom Service talks to director David Pountney about his production of Nielsen's Maskarade at the Royal Opera House. Plus a look at the enduring appeal of Lehar's Die lustige Witwe as it opens at Welsh National Opera, and a visit to Nottingham, where homeless people are preparing to give the premiere of an opera based on Mahler's Ruckert Lieder. And composer Gerald Barry and director Richard Jones talk about the new opera at English National Opera based on Fassbinder's play The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant. Producer Jeremy Evans
Edinburgh International Festival 2005
Britten's church parable based on Japanese Noh theatre is performed in a new production by Olivier Py : recorded at the Royal Lyceum Theatre last month. Introduced by Donald Macleod.
Toby Spence (tenor), Neal Davies and William Dazeley (bass-baritones), Tim Mirfin (bass), Adam Walker (flute), Richard Watkins (horn), Thomas Trotter (organ), Adrian Spillett
(percussion), Catrin Finch (harp), Lawrence Power (viola), Duncan McTier (double bass), Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama
Chamber Choir Chorus, conductor Garry Walker Britten Curlew River
By Karel Capek. Dramatised by George Poles.
A species of industrious, talking newts comes to the attention of ruthless GH Bondy and his
Salamander Syndicate, who exploit them as a labour commodity, to be fought over by nations. This joyously funny satire of the 1930s is a plea for decency and tolerance towards others.
Ensemble played by Ben Crowe , Martin Hyder and Geoff McGivern Music by Howard Davidson
Director Elizabeth Freestone Producer Marilyn Imrie
Journey of Margery Kempe
David Wallace traces the final journey made by Margery Kempe , a 15th-century visionary who wrote the first autobiography in the English language. At the age of 60 she travelled from King's Lynn to Danzig, Wilsnack and Aachen.
Featuring Prunella Scales as Margery Kempe , and historians Eamon Duffy , Peter Johanek , Kate Parker and Vincent Gillespie. Producer Paul Ouinn
Featuring a session from Fantazia, a band from
Hackney in London, playing North African fusion.
1/5. The Great Bach. Donald Macleod surveys the achievements of JS Bach's most talented son.
Repeated from Monday at 12 noon
With John Shea. A concert of Renaissance polyphony by the Banchieri singers, conductor Denes Szabo.
1.51 Bach Passacaglia in C minor, BWV582 2.06
Rachmanlnov Piano Concerto No 3 in D minor 2.48 Hoist Suite: The Planets 3.39 Eespere Sub Specie Quietatis
3.48 Szymanowski String Quartet No 2. Op 56 4.05 Chopin Berceuse in D flat, Op 57 4.10 Telemann Sonata in C minor
4.20 Haydn Symphony No 27 in G 4.34 C Schroter Oh Mutter, guten Rat mir ieiht: Es war ein Ritter 4.41 Mozart Donne Mie fa Fate a Tanti (Cosi Fan Tutte) 4.44 Chabrler Espana 4.51 M Arnold Three Shanties 5.00 Auber Bolero (La Muette de Portici) 5.07 Bizet Tra La La! Quand la Flamme de I'Amour (La Jolie Fille de Perth, Act 2) 5.11 Tournler Au Matin 5.16 Mulet Rosaces (Esquisses Byzantines)
5.20 Larsson Missa Brevis 5.32 Kalja Saartaho Sept Papillons 5.45 Peter Zagar Blumenthal Dance No 2
5.53 Moniuszko Overture: The Raftsman 6.02 Schubert Two songs 6.09 Boccherinl Cello Concerto No 6 in D
6.26 Beethoven Symphony No 2 in D