La Pazza 5.21 Hesse Introduction, Theme and Variations in A, Op 47 5.34 Andricu Sinfonietta No 13, Op 123 5.42 Huggett Accordion Suite based on East Canadian folksongs 5.56 Yanev Rhythms in Re
The Gypsies 6.07 Haydn
Piano Sonata in E flat, H XVI 49 6.26 Ramsoe Brass
Quintet No 5 in B flat 6.33 Bach Magnificat in D, BWV243
Presented by Louise Fryer.
7.00 8.00 : Britten/Lennox Berkeley Suite: Mont Juic , Op 9 Handel Suite No 3 in D minor, HWV428
8.00 9.00 : Franck, transcr Hough Choral No 3 in A minor Mozart Flute Concerto in G, K313
With Rob Cowan. Including the recording of Brahms's Clarinet Trio, Op 114, recommended on yesterday's CD Review. The programme includes: Mozart March No 1 in C, K408
Vienna PO, conductor Istvan Kertesz
Mendelssohn Overture: A Midsummer Night's Dream Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly
Bach Trio Sonata No 6 in G, BWV530 Peter Hurford (organ)
Traditional Russian Song of the Volga Boatmen Boris Gmiria (bass), orchestra conducted by Vassily Nebolsin Kalinka Soviet Ensemble conducted by Vladimir Alexandrov
Delius Brigg Fair Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Eugene Ormandy
Granados El Fandango de Candil (Goyescas) Aldo Ciccolini (piano)
Lully Dies Irae Valencia Vocal Ensemble,
Jean-Frangois Paillard Chamber Orchestra, conductor Jean-Francois Paillard
Gustav Charpentier Depuis le Jour (Louise)
Janine Micheau (soprano), Paris Conservatoire Orchestra, conductor Roger Desormiere Roussel Symphony No 3
Lamoureux Orchestra, conductor Charles Munch Sgambati Serenata Napoletana Emanuel
Feuermann (cello), Theo van der Pas (piano)
American saxophonist and composer Branford Marsalis , whose feet are in both the classical and the jazz world, shares his musical passions with Michael Berkeley.
Made in Britain: Music and Canterbury
6/8. As the pilgrims of Chaucer's tales made their way to Canterbury, music came up a great deal in their conversation. And Canterbury was itself a focus for music of a quite different kind. Catherine Bott presents a programme of music of the Church and music of the people.
Pianist Stephen Hough plays Berg, Schubert, Granados, Albeniz, Debussy, Ravel and Moszkowski, in a recital from the Queen Elizabeth Hall on London's South Bank.
Presented by Stephanie Hughes.
1/2. Patron Saint of Music. Christopher Cook re-examines the ancient story of St Cecilia, whose feast day is on Tuesday. He discovers a lost mystical tradition behind the established image, and introduces works written in her honour by Purcell, Scarlatti, Marenzio, Handel, Draghi and Charpentier.
This week's requests include Vaughan Williams's Charterhouse Suite. Plus a quintet for flute, harp and strings by the French composer Jean-Michael Damase , and for the theme of the month featuring music for children, Prokofiev's Winter Bonfire, about an expedition to the country for a group of Soviet children.
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An extended interview with the American composer Steve Reich , one of the pioneers of American minimalism, who is 70 next year. Tom Service talks to him about two recent works -
You Are Variations and Cello Counterpoint - and about science, Judaism and technology. Producers Paul Frank ! and Tony Cheevers
Charles Mackerras at 80
In the last of Radio 3's birthday tributes to
Charles Mackerras , an all-Janacek programme from Manchester in 1998. And the conductor explains to Donald Macleod why, throughout his career, he has championed the work of the Czech composer.
Christine Brewer (soprano), Ameral Gunson
(mezzo), Peter Bronder (tenor), Geoffrey Moses (bass), City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus,
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Charles Mackerras Janacek Sinfonietta
Janacek, arr Jilek Suite: The Cunning Little Vixen Janacek Glagolitic Mass
By William Shakespeare. Richard Eyre 's production rocks between the extremes of nature and society, male and female, blood and water, war and peace, light and darkness, the absence of children and the presence of children.
Music by Dominic Muldowney ; Director Richard Eyre
The Taming of the Shrew is on BBC1 tomorrow night at 8.30pm
Lady Macbeth/third witch:
First witch/Lady MacDuff:
Lady MacDuff's son:
Southern USA bluesman Otis Taylor makes his debut appearance on the programme.
1/5. Early Years. Donald Macleod traces Brahms's early transition from jobbing pianist to rising star. Meine Liebe ist grun, Op 63 No 5; Clarinet Sonata in F minor. Op 120 No I (4th mvt); Hungarian
Dances, Nos 1, 3 and 10; Violin Sonata in G, Op 78 (1st mvt): Four Ballades, Op 10 Rptd f rom Mon 12 noon
With Susan Sharpe. St Petersburg Peter and Paul Chorus , conductor Yuri Gurbo , perform sacred and secular music by Tchaikovsky, Balakirev, Semyonov, Stravinsky, Rachmaninov and others.
Clarinet Quintet in A, K5812.33 Bartok
Violin Concerto No 12.55 Schumann Symphony No in E flat (Rhenish) 3.30 CPE Bach Keyboard Sonata in G minor, Wq65 No 17 3.44 Kunzen Symphony in G minor
Variations on Non Piu Mesta from Rossini's
La Cenerentola 4.08 Paganini Variazioni con Bravura
Mezzo Antico 4.20
Monteverdi Gloria (Mass forseven voices) 4.33 Palmgren Overture: Cinderella 4.37 Salzedo Tango 4.40 Chopin Etude in E. Op 10 No3 3 4.44 Mokranjac Eighth Song-Wreath (Songs from Kosovo) 4.50 Dvorak Overture: Carnaval