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: Morning on 3

Presented by Penny Gore . Music includes:
7.00-8.30: Handel Water Music: Suite No 2 in D, HWV349 Sibelius Suite Mignonne, Op 98 No 1 Ravel Sonatine
8.30-10.00: Respiqhi Ancient Airs and Dances: Suite No 1 JC Bach Quartet in G for two flutes, violin and cello, Op 19 No 3
Novak In the Tatra Mountains, Op 26

Contributors

Presented By: Penny Gore

: CD Masters

With Rob Cowan.
Suppe Overture: Light Cavalry Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, conductor Felix Slatkin
10.08 Bach Toccata in F sharp minor, BWV910 Glenn Gould (piano)
10.21 Gershwin, arr Robert Russell Bennett Porgy and Bess - Symphonic Picture
Hollywood Bowl SO, conductor Felix Slatkin
10.45 Bach Prelude in B minor, BWV923; Fugue in B minor on a theme by Albinoni, BWV951a Robert Hill (harpsichord)
10.56 Finzi Earth and Air and Rain John Carol Case (baritone), Howard Ferguson (piano)
11.27 J Strauss (son) Emperor Waltz, Op 437; Tales from the Vienna Woods, Op 325 Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, conductor Felix Slatkin
11.41 Bach Prelude (Fantasia) in C minor, BWV921; Suite in F minor, BWV823 Andrea Padova (piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Rob Cowan.
Conductor: Felix Slatkin
Conductor: Bach Toccata
Piano: Glenn Gould
Unknown: Robert Russell Bennett
Conductor: Felix Slatkin
Piano: Howard Ferguson
Conductor: Felix Slatkin

: Composer of the Week: Berlioz

4/5. "Beethoven opened up before me a new world of music", said Berlioz. Donald
MacLeod explores the influence of Berlioz's hero on his work.
Merci, Doux Crepuscule : Nature Immense (Damnation of Faust)
Placido Domingo (tenor), Paris Choir and Orchestra, conductor Daniel Barenboim
Harold in Italy
Yehudi Menuhin (viola), Philharmonia, conductor Charles Dutoit
Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight

Contributors

Unknown: Doux Crepuscule
Conductor: Daniel Barenboim
Conductor: Charles Dutoit

: Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Edinburgh International Festival
Leading Finnish soprano and champion of Scandinavian music Soile Isokoski has been described as having one of the greatest voices in the world. In this recital programme from the Queen's Hall Series she presents the songs of Schoenberg, Mozart. Berg and Britten, as well as those of fellow Finns Sibelius and Merikanto.
Soile Isokoski (soprano), Marita Viitasalo (piano)

Contributors

Music: Soile Isokoski
Soprano: Marita Viitasalo

: BBC Proms 2006

Francois-Frederic Guy (piano), Philharmonia, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen
Steven Stucky Second Concerto for Orchestra Ravel Piano Concerto in G
Musorgsky/Ravel Pictures at an Exhibition Repeated from Sunday

Contributors

Conductor: Esa-Pekka Salonen
Conductor: Steven Stucky

: Brian Kay's Light Programme

Brian Kay introduces a selection of light music, including works by Franz Lehar , Edward German and Robert Farnon , as well as a Minuet and Rondo from A Downland Suite by John Ireland.

Contributors

Introduces: Brian Kay
Unknown: Franz Lehar
Unknown: Edward German
Unknown: Robert Farnon
Unknown: John Ireland.

: In Tune

Petroc Trelawny presents a selection of music and news of current events in the arts world.

: BBC Proms 2006

Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. This year's Mozart survey continues with - his glorious final symphony played by a vibrant New York orchestra. Stravinsky's Baroque-inflected Dumbarton Oaks and Lutoslawski's intricate Woven Words contrast with Wagner's lyrical Siegfried Idyll, first performed on Christmas Day 1870 as a present for his wife Cosima after the birth of their first son. Presented by Penny Gore .
Ian Bostridge (tenor), Orchestra of St Luke's, conductor Donald Runnicies
Stravinsky Concerto in E flat (Dumbarton Oaks) Lutoslawski Paroles Tissées Wagner Siegfried Idyll
7.55 TWenty Minutes: The Adverb
John Mullan continues the series of literary performances in front of an audience at Cadogan Hall. Today novelist Andrew O'Hagan presents a selection of his favourite writings on music and reads his own specially commissioned piece.
8.15 Mozart Symphony No 41 in C, K551 (Jupiter)
This Prom is repeated on Wednesday 23 August at 2.25pm

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Dumbarton Oaks
Presented By: Penny Gore
Conductor: Donald Runnicies
Unknown: John Mullan
Unknown: Andrew O'Hagan

: BBC Proms/Guardian Young Composers'Concert

For the last five months young composers have had a chance to enter their compositions for the BBC Proms/Guardian Young Composers
Competition. Creative director Peter Wiegold and his team have combed through them, selected the winning pieces and worked on them. Fiona Talkington presents these works performed by the Endymion Ensemble, alongside music by Birtwistle and Ligeti.
Endymion Ensemble, director Peter Wiegold Ligeti Ten Pieces for Wind Quintet (excerpts) Tim Rolfe Jaggled
Michael Cutting Shadows Toby Young Dirty Linoleum
Nasotam Horn Continental Drifts
Murray du Plessis Storm in a Teacup Mark Simpson Lov(escape)
Harrison Birtwistle Carmen Arcadiae
Mechanicae Perpetuum

Contributors

Director: Peter Wiegold
Unknown: Fiona Talkington
Director: Peter Wiegold

: BBC Proms 2006

Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Donald Macleod presents a rare Proms solo recital tonight by one of the most highly respected Mozart interpreters. AndrasSchiff (piano)
Mozart Rondo in A minor, K511; Sonata in A,
K331; Fantasia in D minor, K397; Adagio in B minor, K540; Rondo in D, K485; Sonata in A minor, K310

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Piano: Mozart Rondo

: Organ Mixtures

Helmut Walcha plays a selection of Choral Preludes from Bach's Orgelbuchlein.

Contributors

Unknown: Helmut Walcha

: Composer of the Week: Grace Williams

5/5. With Donald Macleod. Peace (Six Gerard Manley Hopkins Poems): Ballads for Orchestra; Fairest Of Stars Repeated from Friday

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod.

: Through the Night

With Louise Fryer. Haydn Symphony No 85 in B flat (La Reine) Mozart Piano Concerto No 11 in F K413
Schumann Introduction and Allegro D minor/major, Op 134 Mendelssohn Symphony No 5 in D (Reformation)
2.27 A Scarlatti Cor Mio , Den Non Languire
2.33 Rachmanlnov Variations on a theme of Corelli, Op42
2.53 Janacek String Quartet No 2 (Intimate Letters)
3.19 Dvorak Symphonic Variations, Op 78 3.45 Hoist
Wind Quintet in A flat, Op 14 4.00 Schumann Arabesque in C, Op 18 4.08 Weber Andante and Rondo Ungarese in C minor, Op 35 4.18 Llthander Rondo , Op 8
4.26 Wolf Italian Serenade 4.33 Grieg Peer Cynt: Suite
No 1, Op 46 4.50 Mllhaud Suite: Le Voyageur sans Bagages
5.00 Schubert, transcr Liszt Standchen 5.06 Debussy Petite Piece 5.08 Arthur Butterworth Romanza 5.18 Ravel Trois Chansons 5.25 Villa-Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras No 9 5.35 Mozart Fantasy in D minor, K397 5.41 La Rue OSalutaris Hostia 5.45 Bach, orch Schoenberg Chorale Prelude, BWV654 5.53 Haydn Trio in C, H XV27
6.11 Beethoven Symphony No 7 in (arr for wind ensemble)
6.44 Martlnu Suite: La Revue de Cuisine

Contributors

Unknown: Louise Fryer.
Unknown: Scarlatti Cor Mio
Unknown: Llthander Rondo
Unknown: Liszt Standchen
Unknown: Arthur Butterworth Romanza








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