Presented by Martin Handley.
7.00-8.00: Monteverdi Laudate Dominum
Strauss Duet Concertino for clarinet and bassoon
8.00-9.00: Vivaldi Violin Concerto in G minor, RV315 (L'Estate) Haydn Symphony No 45 in F sharp minor (Farewell)
Rob Cowan introduces some surprises and treasures from his record collection. Plus a chance to hear the version of Schumann's
Liederkreis, Op 24, recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Today's programme includes:
Lalo Parades de Foire (Namouna, Suite No 1) Detroit Symphony Orchestra, conductor Paul Paray
Mozart Se all' Impero (La Clemenza di Tito)
Raul Gimenez (tenor), Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, conductor Barry Wordsworth
Chausson Poeme Philippe Graffin (violin),
Royal Liverpool PO, conductor Vernon Handley Purcell Dioclesian (extracts) Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, conductor Gottfried von der Goltz Bridge Summer Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Charles Groves
Jenkins Fantasy No 9 in D minor Phantasm
Chopin Waltzes: in A minor, Op Posth; in E flat,
Op Posth (Sostenuto) Alexandre Tharaud (piano) Mompou Valse-Evocation Alexandre Tharaud (piano)
Gershwin I Got Plenty o' Nuttin' (Porgy and Bess) Ivan Konsoulov (baritone), Bulgarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Alexander Vladigerov
Mustonen Frogs Dancing on Water Lilies
Steven Isserlis (cello), Stephen Hough (piano) Stephen Hough Angelic Song; Angelic Dance Steven Isserlis (cello), Stephen Hough (piano) Bach Cantata No 202 (Wedding)
Kathleen Battle (soprano), Ravinia Festival Ensemble, conductor James Levine Saint-Saens Odette , Op 162
Magali Mosnier (flute), Munich Radio Orchestra, conductor Marco Armiliato
D Scarlatti Sonatas: in G, Kk124; in C, Kk423; in D minor, Kkl41 Wanda Landowska (harpsichord)
Journalist Fergal Keane is Michael Berkeley's guest today. Over the course of his career he has filed reports for the BBC from some of the world's most dangerous troublespots, including Rwanda and Bosnia during the genocidal years. Some of his musical choices reflect his Irish background, and others reveal a love of piano music, oratorio and opera.
Jewish Musicians at the English Court
Lucie Skeaping introduces highlights from a concert given at the 2006 Bath Festival by the viol consort Fretwork, exploring music created by Jewish immigrants to the English court during the 16th century.
Gala at the Met
2/2. The second part of a gala concert from the New York Metropolitan Opera House celebrating the career of Joseph Volpe , who started at the Met as an apprentice carpenter 42 years ago, rising to become its general manager in 1990. He retires next month. Presented by Stephanie Hughes. With performances by Mirella Freni , Frederica von Stade , Placido Domingo , Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Rene Pape.
This week's listeners' requests include Delius's spectacular piano concerto, a selection from the Eton Choirbook, and a performance of Bach's
G minor Mass directed by the tenor Peter Schreier. PHONE: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute) email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3 Address: 3 for All, BBC Wales, Cardiff CF5 2Y0
Are the Arts Better Off without Subsidy?
With Shakespeare's Globe in London and several private opera companies and concert halls now operating without public funding, Norman Lebrecht challenges leading figures in the arts and asks if it would be better to throw off the shackles of the state. The panel includes Peter Hewitt , chief executive of the Arts Council of England, Vicky Featherstone , artistic director of the National Theatre of Scotland, and the impresario Raymond Gubbay.
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The Shout, more at home in the theatre than the concert hall, draws its singers from the disparate worlds of gospel, jazz, blues and opera. Aled Jones talks to composer Orlando Gough and other group members, and previews their latest project for the BBC Proms. Plus Poulenc, Auric and Canteloube from the BBC Singers. Producer Chris Taylor
By Ryan Craig. A vital, contemporary reworking of Aristophanes's classic play, in which women withhold sex from their men in an attempt to end their violence. Developed with the help of young people living and studying in London.
Director Marc Beeby
Robert Beckford investigates the history of the maroon rebel slaves in Jamaica, who won their freedom from the British in the 18th century. Producer Simon Jacobs
The late Ali Farka Toure performed his first UK gig in 1987 in the kitchen of Andy Kershaw 's small pad in Crouch End. Captured on cassette, this is the first broadcast of that historic Elder Avenue session.
Andrzej Panufnik (1914-1991)
1/5. Warsaw. With Donald Macleod.
Violin Concerto; Sinfonia Sacra (Symphony No 3); Tragic Overture Repeated from Monday
With Louise Fryer.
Arvo Part Psalm 137: An den Wassern zu Babel; Fratres;
Solfeggio 1.26 Part Diagrams, Op 11; Nunc Dimittis; Te Deum
2.12 Mozart Rondo in A minor, K511 2.24 Bach, arr Koffler Goldberg Variations, BWV988 3.42 Mielck
Finnish Suite 4.00 Verdi, arr Liszt Rigoletto (concert paraphrase) 4.08 Massenet, arr Marslck Méditation (Thais)
4.13 Arnic Overture to the Comic Opera 4.20 Rachmaninov Italian Polka 4.23 Wolf Italian Serenade 4.31 Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue 4.49 Kuffner Quintet in B flat, Op 32
5.00 Debussy La Cathédrale Engloutie (Preludes, Bk 1)
5.05 Liadov The Enchanted Lake 5.13 Anon Armenian (4th-5th century), arr Shoujounian Amen, Hayr Soorp (Doxology) 5.19 Marais Tombeau pour Monsieur de Lully
5.27 Rore Mentre, Lumi Maggior 5.32 Kreisler Berceuse Romantique, Op 9 5.37 Norman, arr Willen Andante Sostenuto 5.47 Albenlz Cordoba, Op 232 No 4 5.53
Franck Le Chasseur Maudit 6.10 Rachmaninov Barcarolle; Romance; Humoresque (Op 10) 6.23 Grandjany
Rhapsodie 6.32 Beethoven String Quartet in F, Op 135