7.00-8.00: Purcell Suite in C Davitt Moroney (virginals)
Bizet Gypsy Song (Carmen) Tatiana Troyanos (soprano), LPO, conductor George Solti
8.00-9.00: Bach Canons , BWV1072-1078;
BWV1086 Gottfried von der Goltz (violin),
Karl Kaiser (flute), Ekkehard Weber (viola da gamba), Michael Behringer (harpsichord) Brahms Vier Gesange , Op 17
Delyth Wynne (harp), Anthony Halstead and Christian Rutherford (horns), Monteverdi Choir, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
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With Andrew McGregor.
9.30 Building a Library This week Jeremy Sams explores the songs of Francis Poulenc.
10.15 Andrew McGregor explores a newly released set celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Schoenberg Ensemble with music ranging from Stravinsky and Schoenberg himself to the present day, and many rarities: Henze's opera Elegy for Young Lovers, conducted by Oliver Knussen , and Stockhausen's early masterpiece Gruppen on a surround sound SACD.
10.45 Nicholas Anderson reviews new recordings of Bach's Mass in B minor, including CDs from Frieder Bernius , SACDs from Helmut Rilling and a DVD from John Nelson.
11.45 Disc of the Week: Chaconnes by Bach, Bartok and Hartmann. Viviane Hagner (violin)
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Tom Service asks what the future holds for classical music, starting with a look at the Victorian predictions of William Sterndale Bennett. Charting the debate since then he brings it up to date by asking whether classical music needs to change. He is also joined by guitarists John Williams and John Etheridge to talk about their unique collaboration.
Children of the Revolution
1/2. Lucie Skeaping presents the first of two programmes looking at the music of the French Revolution, and some of the composers who lived and worked in Paris through the years of terror at the end of the 18th century. Producer Les Pratt
Another chance to hear last Monday's concert from London's Wigmore Hall, introduced by Stephanie Hughes.
Steven Osborne (piano)
Debussy Suite: Children's Corner
Musorqsky Pictures at an Exhibition
Lucy Duran is joined by Nigel Williamson to review the latest new releases, and Simon Broughton reports on the third World
Conference on Music and Censorship held in Istanbul last November. Producer Felix Carey
Julian Joseph presents a selection of new jazz releases, previews the Aberdeen Jazz Festival, and talks to American pianist and composer Lola Perrin. Producer Keith Loxam
Geoffrey Smith with listeners' jazz requests. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests. BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA
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Grand Union Orchestra
Alyn Shipton explores the work of this innovative and cross-cultural group of musicians, now in their 25th year, in conversation with founder and director Tony Haynes. Producer Felix Carey
Margaret Juntwait presents a performance of Verdi's Simon Boccanegra , a tale of political struggle set in 14th-century Genoa.
Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor FabioLuisi
7.00 Twenty Minutes: Beyond the Gilded Stage 1/6. Origins. Author Daniel Snowman explores the social history of opera, revealing a tale of patronage, money, audiences, architecture and political change.
7.20 Act 1
8.20 Met Opera Quiz Opera buffs pit their wits against teasers sent in by listeners.
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Works for wind, brass and percussion by two leading Dutch composers.
BBCSO, conductor Thierry Fischer. Otto Ketting Monumentum
Louis Andriessen Workers' Union
Out of Manchester
1/2. New music from Psappha and the BBC
Philharmonic. Presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch . Simon Parkin Three Pieces for mixed sextet Simon Mawhinney Starbog
Mark-Anthony Turnage When I Woke
Paul Keohone (baritone), BBC Philharmonic, conductor Clark Rundell
Richard Norris Diapsalmata for cimbalom and violin
Piers Hellawell Truth or Consequences Psappha
Catherine Bott presents a programme of music with connections to Maximilian II Emanuel , Elector of Bavaria.
Presented by John Shea. Beethoven Violin Sonata in A, Op 30 No 1 Schumann Violin Sonata in A minor, Op 105
Brahms Violin Sonata No 3 in D minor, Op 108; Scherzo in C minor (FAE Sonata) Leonidas Kavakos , Enrico Pace (piano)
2.13 Scriabin Symphony No 13.04 Faure Le Papillon et la
Fleur, Op 1 No 1; En Sourdine, Op 58 No 2 3.10 Bach Harpsichord Concerto No 1 in D minor, BWV1052 3.31 Ambrosius Suite
3.38 Balakirev Tamara 4.00 Monteverdi Vespro delta Beata
4.19 Handel Trio Sonata in G minor, HWV390a 4.30 Ravel Piano Concerto in G 4.53 Rameau Three Pieces (Les Indes Galantes); Le Rappel des Oiseaux 5.00 Nicolai Overture: The Merry Wives of Windsor 5.09 Donizetti Wind Sinfonia in G minor 5.16 Anon Suite 5.23 Madetoja Suite: The Ostrobothnians 5.40 Shearing Music to Hear (Five
Shakespeare Songs) 5.53 Bach Violin Sonata in E minor, BWV1023 6.06 Dukas La Péri 6.28 Trad 17th-Century Hungarian Dances 6.35 Schubert Symphony No 3 in D