Presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch . Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Martinu Le Jazz
Liszt/Doppler Hungarian Rhapsody No 2
8.00-9.00: Suppe Overture: Die Schone Galatea Chabrier Paysage, Idylle, Danse Villageoise For full details visit www.bbc. co.uk/radio3/morningon3 on the day of transmission PHONE: [number removed]
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Andrew McGregor previews some of this month's new classical CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library Jonathan Swain looks at the available recordings of Brahms's Fourth Symphony.
10.15 Andrew Mc Gregor talks to Rodney Milnes about recordings from the Covent Garden opera archive.
10.50 Jeremy Summerly with recently released recordings of Bach cantatas from John Eliot
Gardiner, Ton Koopman and Sigiswald Kuijken.
11.20 The Listening Booth Your chance to request some of the latest CD releases from the list on the programme website .
12.25 Disc of the Week:
Bartok Bluebeard's Castle
Sally Burgess (mezzo), John Tomlinson (bass),
Opera North Orchestra, conductor Richard Fames www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview PHONE: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute) email: firstname.lastname@example.org Text: [number removed] (standard rate) Disc details are posted on the website and on CEEFAX, BBC1, page 651
York Early Music Festival 2006
Catherine Bott looks at some of the forthcoming highlights. With live performances from Liber Unusualis , the York Waits and recorder player Pamela Thorby. Producer Chris Wines
Mozart Serenade in C minor, K388
Charles Haziewood and members of his ensemble Harmonieband are in the Chapel of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, to examine Mozart's profound work for wind instruments.
Giorgos Markakis introduces a concert recorded in Greece, featuring the virtuoso of the Cretan lyra, Ross Daly , who was born in England of Irish descent.
Helen Mayhew previews the 2006 Lichf ield
Festival and the Birmingham International Jazz
Festival live from the BBC Studios in Birmingham.
Geoffrey Smith presents a selection of listeners' jazz requests.
ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA
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Let Freedom Ring
2/2. The Blue Note Albums of Jackie McLean
Jez Nelson looks at the series of albums in which
McLean explored a new language, and charts his move from a position as a journeyman to a key creator of the modern sound of jazz.
Margot la Rouge
Paul Guinery presents Delius's one-act verismo opera in its original version. The subject is a love triangle between Margot, her lover the Artist, and Sergeant Thibault.
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Lloyd-Jones
Margot la Rouge:
Nini; First woman:
The licensee; Third woman:
La Poigne: Waiter:
Totor; Police Inspector; Third drinker:
First drinker; Soldier:
Second drinker; Soldier:
6/6. In the concluding concert of the Delius Inspired festival violinist Tasmin Little is joined by pianist Wayne Marshall.
Grieg Violin Sonata in C minor Delius Violin Sonata No 2
8.10 Twenty Minutes: A Late Lark
Eric Fenby 's memories of working with Delius at his home in France towards the end of the composer's life, adapted from his 1936 book, Delius as I Knew Him. With Arthur Bostrom as Fenby, Christopher Greet as Delius, and Jean Alexander as Jelka Delius.
8.30 Delius Violin Sonata, Op posth
Wayne Marshall Improvisation on a theme by Delius
The Verb Celebrates John Betjeman
Ian McMillan celebrates the life and legacy of poet John Betjeman with those who knew him and contemporary poets. Producer Ariane Koek
The Dadaist artist Kurt Schwitters spent his last years in Ambleside, Cumbria, working as a portrait painter, creating his last installation of found objects - the Merzbarn - and writing an anti-
Nazi satirical play, The Family Plot. Ian McMillan stages a scratch performance of the play on a Windermere steamboat. Producer Julian May
Benedict Mason Lighthouses of England and Wales BBCSO, conductor Lothar Zagrosek.
To mark Ligeti's death last month Tom Service presents the concert given on his 70th birthday. London Sinfonietta, conductor Markus Stenz Ligeti Overture: Le Grand Macabre; Melodien; Piano Concerto With Pierre-Laurent Aimard
Chamber Concerto for 13 instruments
Glissandi (electronic composition)
Volumina With Hans-Ola Ericsson (organ)
Continuum With Antoinette Vischer (harpsichord) String Quartet No 2 With the Arditti Quartet
With John Shea. Beethoven Diabelli Variations, Op 120 Enescu Piano Sonata in F sharp minor, Op 24 No 1
Brahms Klavierstucke, Op 119; Intermezzo in E, Op 116 No 4
2.37 Tchaikovsky Serenade in COp 48 3.11 Wagner, arr Motti Wesendonk-Lieder 3.30 Moyzes Symphony No 6
4.00 Grieg Triumphal March (Sigurd Jorsalfar) 4.11 Bartok Four Old Hungarian Folk Songs 4.15 Britten Lachrymae
4.30 Dowland/Kaln Fortune My Foe 4.33 Locatelli
Concerto in E flat, Op 7No 6 (11 Pianto dariana) 4.49 Lassus Quo Properas 4.53 Buxtehude Prelude and Fugue and Chaconne in C (Bux WV137) 5.00 Pez Overture in D minor
5.09 Mozart Symphony No 23 in 0, K181 5.21 Verdi Patria Oppressa (Macbeth) 5.28 Martinu Variations on a theme by Rossini 5.35 Schreker Valse Lente 5.40 Castello
Sonata No 4 for two violins 5.49 Purcell Come, Ye Sons of Art, Away, Z323 6.12 Bach Orchestral Suite No 2 in B minor, BWV1067 6.34 Haydn Cello Concerto in D, H VII b2