Presented by Martin Handley. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Chabrier Suite Pastorale Beethoven Octet in E flat, Op 103
8.00-9.00: Schubert Nottumo in E flat, D897 Britten Four Sea Interludes (Peter Grimes ) For full details visit www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/morningon3 on the day of transmission PHONE: [number removed]0300
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Andrew McGregor is joined live in the studio by Harriet Smith , Dermot Clinch and Ivan Hewett with their collective critical response to some of this year's best recordings.
10.20 Jeremy Summerly offers a guide to this year's finest stocking-fillers from the Christmas list of CD releases.
12.30 Disc of the Year 2005
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Handel and the Foundlinq Hospital
1/2. Catherine Bott is in Coram Fields in London, until 1926 the site of the Foundling Hospital. She presents music from a charity concert given there in 1749 by Handel, including the Music for the Royal Fireworks, excerpts from Solomon, and the Foundling Hospital Anthem. concludes tomorrow at 1pm
Tippett Songs for Dov
In this workshop session Charles Hazlewood is joined by members of the BBC Philharmonic to unravel the complexities of Michael Tippett 's song cycle. Singing the demanding role of Dov is tenor Nigel Robson , who sang the work for the composer on many occasions. Producer Paul Hindmarsh
Lucy Duran reviews new world music releases with Navid Akhtar , and the young Algerian activist Souad Massi talks about her latest album Honeysuckle. Plus a session by the refugee band Watmon Cultural Group from northern Uganda, recorded in Kampala. Producer James Parkin
Scarborough Jazz Festival
2/2. Pianist Stan Tracey and his trio in concert at this year's Scarborough Jazz Festival, with Clark Tracey on drums and Andrew Cleyndert on bass, and special guest Peter King on tenor saxophone. Presented by Helen Mayhew.
Geoffrey Smith introduces a seasonal selection of jazz recordings.
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Sketches of GH
3/3. David Sanborn looks at the great composer, arranger and band leader Gil Evans 's work in the early 1970s with his electric big band. With contributions from members of the band.
Producer Joby Waldman
British Music Focus: Billy Budd
Popular able seaman Billy Budd is accused by master-at-arms John Claggart of plotting mutiny. Budd's stutter prevents him from defending himself in any other way than by striking Claggart, who dies from the blow. As an old man, Captain Vere looks back at this incident on HMS Indomitable and wonders if he had any other option than to sentence Billy to death. One of Britten's most richly worked operatic scores is performed by English National Opera with Simon Keenlyside in the title role.
English National Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Andrew Litton Act1
7.55 Twenty Minutes: Billy Budd - a Song ofInnocence Tim Healey has been interested in Britten's work ever since singing on the first recording of the composer's War Requiem as a choirboy. Here he considers the sources of Britten's inspiration when he wrote Billy Budd - principally Herman Melville's novella, which referred back to mutinies in the US and British navies, and from which the opera derives its title.
8.15 Act 2
The Novice's Friend:
Ian McMillan presents the cabaret of new writing, poetry and performance, including another eartoon from Peter Blegvad. Producer Aasiya Lodhi
The Pembrokeshire Underground
What do you think of on the Tube? Writer
Dan Anthony has several thoughts as he takes a ride on the train line of the mind, heading west on the "Pembrokeshire Underground". Featuring the voices of Phil Rowlands , Gillian Elisa Thomas , Alun Owen , Alun Lewis and Gary Jones. Producer Rob Alexander and Mark John
Sarah Walker presents performances by Ensemble 10/10 under the title Gallic Virtuosity. Gary Carpenter Da Capo
Berio Sequenza XII Pascal Gallois (bassoon)
Simon Bainbridge Guitar Concerto Craig Ogden Emily Howard Dualities (first performance) Simon Bainbridge For Miles;
Voiles (first performance) Pascal Gallois (bassoon) Plus: Luke Bedford Rode with Darkness
Berlin Deutsches SO, conductor George Benjamin And pianist Nicolas Hodges plays modern takes on the music of Bach.
With Louise Fryer. Handel Mr Handel's Water Pieces Blber Baletti Lamentabili Corelli Trumpet Sonata in D Schmelzer Sonata No 8 (Sacro-Profanus Concentus Musicus) Purcell Trumpet Suite (The Indian Queen) Albinoni Concerto in F for two oboes. Op 9 No 3 Biber Sonata No 4 in C (Sonata Tam Aris Quam Aulis Servientes) Clarke Ayres for the King's
Theatre Handel Hornpipe (Water Music) 2.13 Tchaikovsky The Seasons, Op 37b 2.57 Dvorak String Quartet in F, Op 96 (American) 3.22 Sibelius Symphony No 5 3.55 Ravel La Valse 4.08 Duparc Extase 4.11 Brahms Adagio (Clarinet Trio in A minor, Op 114) 4.20 Mendelssohn Variations Sérieuses in D minor, Op 54 4.32 Eespere De Amore
Aeterno 4.39 Pauls ForLiepaja 4.42 Gotovac Introductory Chorus; Djula's Song (Em the Joker) 4.50 Glinka Spanish Overture No 15.00 Hildegard of Bingen Alma Redemptoris Mater; Ave Maria, 0 Auctrix Vite 5.11 Hook Organ Voluntary No 3 in G, Op 146 5.18 Mozart Fra gli Amplessi (Cosi Fan
Tutte) 5.25 Telemann Sonata in F minor (Der Getreue Music-Meister) 5.35 Vivaldi Bassoon Concerto in A minor, RV497
5.48 Hassler Canzon Duodecimi Toni a 85.53 Handel Chaconne 5.58 Bakfark Lute Fantasia; Je Prens en Gre
6.05 Hildegard of Bingen Ave Generosa 6.11 Kajanus Aino
6.26 7.00 Musorgsky, orch Ravel Pictures from an Exhibition