Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Gibbons Hosanna to theSon of David Kodaly Dances of Galanta
8.00-9.00: Thomas Overture: Mignon
CPE Bach Oboe Concerto in E flat, Wq165
Rob Cowan with surprises and treasures from his record collection. Plus part of the recording of Vivaldi's Op 8 Violin Concertos recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes: Purcell, arr Cortot Minuet
Schubert, arr Cortot Litanei auf das Fest Allerseelen , D343 Alfred Cortot (piano)
Debussy Recit etAir de Lia (L'Enfant Prodigue) Victoria de Los Angeles (soprano), Paris
Conservatoire Orchestra, conductor Georges Pretre PF Caroubel Pavana da Spaigne; Courante 1 and 2; Volte land 2 Ulsamer Collegium
Bloch Voice in the Wilderness Janos Starker (cello), Israel PO, conductor Zubin Mehta
Luigini Ballet Egyptien Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Anatalo Fistoulari
Brahms Schlafe in mir, Cott, Op 29 No 2 Choir of King's College, Cambridge, conductor Philip Ledger Rossini La Calunnia e un Vincero (II Barbiere di Siviglia) Mark Reizen (bass), Moscow RSO, conductor Samuil Samosud
Siissmayr Der Speigel von Arkadian (excerpts) Consortium
Classicum Ravel Une Barque sur I'Océan Boston SO, conductor Seiji Ozawa
Telemann Tdnf in meinen Lobgesang (Ino) Gundula Janowitz (soprano), Hamburg
Telemann Gesellschaft Chamber Orchestra, conductor Wilf ried Boettcher
Adolphus Hailstork Nocturne Maria Jette (soprano), Vocal Essence Ensemble Singers Wagner Was duftet doch der Flieder (Die
Meistersinger von Nurnberg) Friedrich Schorr (baritone), LSO, conductor Albert Coates
Marais Suite in C (Pieces en Trio) Musica Pacifica
Joe Boyd , producer of ground-breaking recordings by Fairport Convention, Nick Drake , John Martyn and many others, and one of the prime movers of "world music" as a marketing genre, shares his musical passions with Michael Berkeley. His choices range from Dinu Lipatti to the Comedian Harmonists.
The Mannheim School. 1/2. Andrew Manze looks at the music, performers and composers associated with the 18th-century orchestra at Mannheim in Germany.
Producer Leslie Pratt Part 2 can be heard next Sunday
Mariza. Stephanie Hughes introduces a concert from the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, given last year by a previous winner of the Radio 3 Awards for World Music, the sensational
Portuguese fado singer, Mariza. The singer also talks to Hughes about her life and music.
Loyd Grossman looks round the Bartok Memorial House in Budapest, the composer's last home in Hungary, where he spent one of the most productive periods of his life. Producer Kate Bolton
This week's reguests include Elgar's Serenade for Strings, Schubert's Notturno in E flat, D897, for piano trio and, as part of this month's theme of music inspired by Shakespeare, Bryn Terfel in highlights from Verdi's Falstaff.
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Petroc Trelawny talks to the Chinese-born director Chen Shi-Zheng about his new production of Monteverdi's L'Orfeo at English
National Opera, and to tenor John Mark Ainsley , who sings the title role. Plus a look at some of the composers who have been inspired by Samuel Beckett. Producer Paul Frankl
Aled Jones and conductor Jeffrey Skidmore introduce Messiaen's Cinq Rechants given in Birmingham Cathedral by Ex Cathedra.
Plus sacred music by Claude le Jeune, Gesualdo, Monteverdi and Guillaume Bouzignac.
Robbie Meredith presents a celebration of the centenary of Samuel Beckett 's birth.
8.05 Embers By Samuel Beckett.
Henry (Michael Gambon ) sits on the strand and is haunted by the sound of the sea. He conjures up voices, evocations, stories and sounds from his past as he tries to drown out its presence.
Pianist Maebh Martin : music arranged by Neil Martin Producer Stephen Wright : Director Stephen Rea
8.45 Sunday Feature: Beckett and His Actors Although he was reticent about explaining the meaning of his plays, Beckett was one of the most unusual and particular directors of his time. Stephen Rea explores the mind of the playwright, with the memories of those who worked with him, including Billie Whitelaw and Peter Hall.
9.25 Krapp's Last Tape By Samuel Beckett.
On his 69th birthday, Krapp (Corin Redgrave ) sits down to record a tape, as he has done every year. Directors Polly Thomas and Carrie Rooney
10.00 Not I Beckett's monologue for a woman's voice, called Mouth, performed by Juliet Stevenson. Director Katie Mitchell
Featuring a session from the Angolan/
Congolese group Konono No 1, winners of the Newcomer category of this year's Radio 3 Awards for World Music.
1/5. Donald Macleod explores the music of Andrea Gabrieli , performed by the Wallace Collection, I Fagiolini, The King's Consort, and organist Liuwe Tamminga. Repeated from Monday
With Louise Fryer.
BBC Proms 2005: Verdi Messa da Requiem
2.21 Bruch Violin Concerto No 2 in D minor
2.47 Mendelssohn Piano Sextet in D, Op 110 3.10 Brahms Wie bist du, meine Kbniqin? Op 32 No 9 3.15 Vermeulen
Symphony No 1 (Symphonia Carminum) 3.41 Meulemans Als de beke zingt (Five Piano Pieces) 4.00 Goldmark
Overture: Im Frühling 4.15 Eisner Polonaise in D minor
4.19 Schubert Die Goffer Griechenlands , D677b; Sehnsucht, 0636; Hoffnunq, D637 4.31 A Gabrieli Qui la Dira
4.37 Forster Sonata: La Sidon 4.44 Gotovac Ode to the Homeland 4.51 Glinka Variations on a theme of Mozart
5.00 Delius Prelude: Irmelin 5.05 Hoist Man, Born to Toil
5.09 Britten Choral Dances (Gloriana) 5.19 Gershwin, transcr Grainqer The Man I Love: Love Walked In 5.26
Grainger Hill-Song No 2 5J1 Jersild Three Danish Romances
5.43 Abel Trio in F for two flutes and continuo 5.53 Le Febure Venit Michael Archangelus; Isti Sunt Viri Sandi
5.59 Maasalo Sursum Corda 6.06 Wolf-Ferrari Suite
Concertino in F. Op 16 6.26 Ginastera Piano Sonata No 1, Op 22 6.43 Rimsky-Korsakov Capriccio Espagnol , Op 34