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: Morning on 3

Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Chabrier Habanera
BBC Philharmonic, conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier Schumann Adagio and Allegro, Op 70 Radovan Vlatkovic (horn), Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano)
Mozart Symphony No 17 in G, K129 Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
8.30-10.00: Lully Armide (excerpts) Rinat Shaham (soprano), Paul Agnew (tenor),
Les Arts Florissants, conductor William Christie Debussy Iberia LSO, conductor Claudio Abbado Mozart Oboe Quartet in F, K370 Gaudier Ensemble

Contributors

Presented By: Penny Gore
Conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier
Conductor: Schumann Adagio
Horn: Radovan Vlatkovic
Horn: Vladimir Ashkenazy
Director: Christopher Hogwood
Soprano: Rinat Shaham
Soprano: Paul Agnew
Conductor: William Christie
Conductor: Claudio Abbado

: CD Masters

With Rob Cowan.
Handel He Was Despised (Messiah, Part 2) Janet Baker (contralto), English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras
10.14 Gershwin It Ain't Necessarily So; Tempo di Blues Jascha Heifetz (violin), Emanuel Bay (piano)
10.20 Kreisler String Quartet in A minor Fritz Kreisler and Thomas Petre (violins),
William Primrose (viola), Lauri Kennedy (cello)
10.49 Morton Gould Interplay
Morton Gould and His Orchestra
11.05 Strauss Serenade in E flat, Op 7 Eastman Wind Ensemble, conductor Frederick Fennell
11.16 Handel Dixit Dominus Soloists,
Nicholas Kraemer (harpsichord), Malcolm Hicks (organ), Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
11.52 Berlin Blue Skies
Fritz Kreisler (violin), Carl Lamson (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Rob Cowan.
Contralto: Janet Baker
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Violin: Jascha Heifetz
Violin: Emanuel Bay
Unknown: Fritz Kreisler
Violins: Thomas Petre
Viola: William Primrose
Viola: Lauri Kennedy
Cello: Morton Gould Interplay
Cello: Morton Gould
Unknown: Strauss Serenade
Conductor: Frederick Fennell
Soloists: Nicholas Kraemer
Harpsichord: Malcolm Hicks
Conductor: John Eliot Gardiner
Violin: Fritz Kreisler
Violin: Carl Lamson

: Composer of the Week: Sibelius

3/5. Part of Sibelius's initial success in Finland was that he was seen as a figurehead by the nationalist movement, keen to be free of their oppressive neighbour and master, tsarist Russia. Donald Macleod looks at some of the pieces Sibelius wrote to help the cause.
Scenes Historiques: Suite No 1, Op 25
Gothenburg SO, conductor Neeme Jarvi Malinconia, Op 20
Truls Mork (cello), Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano) In Memoriam Gothenburg SO/Neeme Jarvi
Our Native Land, Op 92 Ellerhein Girls' School Choir, Estonian National Male Choir and Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paavo Jarvi Repeated on Tuesday at 12 midnight

Contributors

Conductor: Neeme Jarvi
Cello: Jean-Yves Thibaudet
Conductor: Paavo Jarvi

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Celebrating Mozart: Mozart and Vienna - -1784 2/4. Petroc Trelawny presents Mozart's most substantial violin sonata and one of the piano sonatas that earned him a substantial sum when they were published in 1784. Marieke Blankestijn (violin),
Ronald Brautigam (period piano)
Mozart Fantasy in D minor, K397, Piano Sonata in A, K331; Violin Sonata in B flat, K454

Contributors

Violin: Ronald Brautigam

: Afternoon Performance

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Presented by Louise Fryer. Grieq Norwegian Dances Conductor Alan Buribayev
Nielsen Clarinet Concerto Ronald van
Spaendonck, conductor Federico Cortese Sibelius Swan of Tuonela James Horan
(cor anglais), conductor Garry Walker
Nielsen Symphony No 2 Conductor Osmo Vanska

Contributors

Presented By: Louise Fryer.
Conductor: Alan Buribayev
Conductor: Federico Cortese
Conductor: Sibelius Swan
Unknown: Tuonela James Horan
Conductor: Garry Walker

: Making Tracks

For younger listeners, Angellica Bell and Adrian Dickson present a big Baroque ostinato, music from India that goes from "ear to there" and Widor's Toccata for organ.

Contributors

Unknown: Angellica Bell
Unknown: Adrian Dickson

: Choral Evensong

Live from Bath Abbey. Introit: Frohlocket, ihr Volker auf Erden (Mendelssohn).
Responses: Statham. Psalms 93 and 94 (Sidwell, Ley, Wesley, Day). First Reading: Amos 8. Canticles: Gray in G. Second Reading: 1 Corinthians 7, vvl-24. Anthem: Ascribe unto the Lord (SS Wesley). Hymn: All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name
(Ladywell). Organ Voluntary: Symphony No 6 in C minor (finale) (Widor). Director of music Peter King. Assistant organist Marcus Sealy.

Contributors

Music: Peter King.
Organist: Marcus Sealy.

: In Tune

Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music with arts news and studio guests.

Contributors

Unknown: Sean Rafferty

: Performance on 3

Shostakovich and His Heroes
1/12. Britten first encountered
Shostakovich's music in 1936, the year the Dlder composer wrote his Fourth
Symphony, although they did not meet until much later. Shostakovich's genius casts a shadow of inspiration across Britten's violin concerto, begun soon after this encounter. Presented by Petroc Trelawny.
Tasmin Little (violin), BBC Philharmonic, conductor Vassily Sinaisky Britten Violin Concerto
Shostakovich Symphony No 4
The next concert in this series is on Monday at 7.30pm

Contributors

Conductor: Vassily Sinaisky

: Night Waves

For good or ill, the American Civil War shaped the country's destiny and its national character. In a programme devoted to exploring the enduring fascination with this momentous conflict, Philip Dodd talks to, among others, novelist
EL Doctorow , who explains why his latest book, The March, is set in the war, and why he believes the struggle between the North and the South is still reverberating today. Producer ZahidWarley

Contributors

Talks: Philip Dodd
Unknown: El Doctorow

: Late Junction

Verity Sharp 's selections include the string duo Djeli Moussa Diawara and Bob Brozman , ambient electronic music from Brian Eno and Harold Budd , and Arvo Part's Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten.

Contributors

Unknown: Verity Sharp
Unknown: Djeli Moussa Diawara
Unknown: Bob Brozman
Unknown: Brian Eno
Unknown: Harold Budd
Unknown: Benjamin Britten.

: Composer of the Week: Schubert

4/5. City of Music. Donald Macleod investigates whether Schubert's path ever crossed with Beethoven's in Vienna.
Eight Variations on a French song in E minor, D624 Duo
Crommelynck Diejunge Nonne , D828 Janet Baker (contralto), Graham Johnson (piano)
Octet in F, D803 (excerpt) Gaudier Ensemble Repeated from Thursday at 12 noon

Contributors

Music: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Crommelynck Diejunge Nonne
Contralto: Janet Baker
Piano: Graham Johnson

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain.
A concert by Slovak organist Imrich Szabo. Bach Prelude and Fugue in B minor, BWV544 Uszt Variations on a theme of Bach Widor Symphony No 5 in F minor
2.07 Bruckner Six motets 2.32 Sibelius Lemminkainen Suite, Op 22 3.18 Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat, Op 97
(Archduke) 3.58 Glazunov Don't Be Bewitched by Warlike Honour 4.00 Mozart Overture: Don Giovanni
4.07 Haydn Piano Sonata in E minor, H XVI 34
4.19 Martinu Tango-Lento (La Revue de Cuisine)
4.25 Hollander Sex Appeal 4.30 Francalx Bassoon Concerto 4.53 Saint-Sains Allegro Appassionato in Csharp minor, Op 70 5.00 Josquin des Prez Praeter
Rerum Seriem 5.06 Musorqsky, orch Rimsky-Korsakov Dance of the Persian Slaves (Khovanshchina) 5.12 Chopin Scherzo No 3 in C sharp minor. Op 39 5.20 Kreisler Liebesleid 5.24 Alfven A Boat with Flowers, Op 44
5.34 Moss in a Spring Mood 5.43 Ravel Piano Trio
6.10 Mozart Piano Sonata in D, K576
6.26 Telemann Flute Concerto in D
6.40 Respiqhi Ancient Airs and Dances: Suite No 3

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Organist: Imrich Szabo.
Unknown: Sibelius Lemminkainen
Unknown: Martinu Tango-Lento
Unknown: Saint-Sains Allegro Appassionato
Unknown: Rimsky-Korsakov Dance
Unknown: Kreisler Liebesleid








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