7.00-8.00: Berlioz Overture: Les Francs-Juges Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Colin Davis Mozart Fantasy in D minor, K397 Alfred Brendel (piano)
8.00-9.00: Mendelssohn String Symphony No 6 in E flat Concerto Koln
Pergolesi Salve Regina in C minor
Emma Kirkby (soprano) Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
9.00-10.00: Poulenc Sextet Ralf Gothoni (piano) Danish National RSO Wind Quintet
Ysaye Sonata No 6 in E for solo violin Leonidas Kavakos
This week the United Nations World Water day drew attention to the scarcity and key importance of water in the 21st century. On this week's programme lain Burnside is joined by George Benjamin to discuss how water has inspired and fascinated composers through the years.
Grace Williams Sea Sketches English Chamber Orchestra, conductor David Atherton
Mozart Adagio and Rondo in C minor, K617 Bruno Hoffman (glass harmonica), Aurele Nicolet (flute), Heinz Holliger (oboe), Karl Schouten (viola), Jean Decroos (cello) Messiaen Le Courlis Cendre
Hakon AustbO (piano) EMAIL: [address removed]
Michael Berkeley 's guest today is the writer and journalist Annalena McAfee. Her Irish background informs some of her choices, as traditional Irish music rubs shoulders with music from Catalonia and Tibet, alongside works by Mahler, Janacek, CPE Bach and Judith Weir.
Lucie Skeaping explores the life and music of Italian Baroque composer Tomaso Albinoni.
Another chance to hear a recital of trios by Mozart and Beethoven from the Wigmore Hall in London. Jaime Laredo (violin), Sharon Robinson (cello), Joseph Kalichstein (piano)
Mozart Piano Trio in B flat, K502
Beethoven Piano Trio in E flat, Op 70 No 2
6/10. Gloriana. John Evans talks to Dame
Josephine Barstow about performing the role of Queen Elizabeth I in Gloriana, written to celebrate the coronation of our present Queen.
Live from Portsmouth Cathedral on the 200th anniversary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act. Introit: Steal Away (
David Blackwell ). Responses: Leighton. Office Hymn: Our God and Father (Finlandia). Psalm: 35
(Flintoff). First Lesson: Isaiah 61, vvHO. Canticles: Rubbra in A flat. Second Lesson: Philemon.
Homily: The Bishop of Portsmouth. Kyrie Eleison (Langlais) Were You There? (Bob Chilcott ). Final Hymn: Jesu, Lover of My Soul (Aberystwyth). Organ Voluntary: Moto Ostinato (Eben)
Sub-organist Marcus Wibberley. Organist and Master of the choristers David Price.
Stephen Johnson joins the members of the Royal Quartet in Norwich to explore the ideas behind Shostakovich's String Quartet No 8.
Aled Jones looks at the development of Gospel music in the UK with the help of Bazil Meade , the inspirational founder and director of the London Community Gospel Choir. They are joined in the studio by Karen Gibson , founder and director of Kingdom Choir and a music workshop facilitator.
7.30-12 midnight Abolition Evening
A dramatised feature charting the campaign in Britain and the Caribbean to abolish the transatlantic slave trade. Present-day historians Adam Hochschild , James Walvin and Anne C Bailey provide insight into the years between
1767 and 1807, interspersed by the voices of key players in the abolition movement speaking monologues written by Amanda Whittington.
Producer Sara Davies
8.30 The Legacies of Abolition
Broadcaster Henry Bonsu asks historians Adam Hochschild and James Walvin , and Esther Stanford , general secretary of Rendezvous of Victory, to discuss the historical aftermath of abolition and its impact On lives today. Producer Sara Davies
9.00 The Lamplighter
Jackie Kay 's epic poem on enslavement as seen through the eyes of four women, based upon the lives of slaves over several hundred years.
Music composed by Dominique Le Gendre : Singer Gweneth-Ann Jeffers ; Producer Pam Fraser-Solomon
10.30 Radio 3 Words and Music Slavery and Freedom
Jackie Kay introduces poetry and prose on the theme of slavery and freedom, including works by Langston Hughes , Fred D'Aguiar , Emily Dickinson , Robert Burns and Paul Laurence Dunbar. With music inspired by slavery and freedom by Bessie Smith , Paul Robeson , Beethoven, and the Blind Boys Of Alabama. Producer Fiona McLean
A service from Westminster Abbey to mark the bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act is on Tuesday at 11.56am on Radio 4 , and on BBC I from 11.30am
Instrumental Music from the Court of Dresden With Catherine Bott. Including works by Heinichen, Hasse and Veracini.
Presented by Susan Sharpe. Trehou Agnus Dei Presen
Christ ist erstanden: Vater unser Tham Meine Augen sind allzeit Dowland Fine Knacks for Ladies; If Floods of Tears; Shall I Sue I Seeke for Grace; Clear or Cloudy Vecchi Hor Che la Piagge Ridon; Un Altra Volta; Hormai Poniamo Fine Stockmann Veni , Dilecte Mi; Vulnerasti Cor Meum
Pederson First Book of Madrigals (excerpts) Lechner Det Kongelige Valgsprog ; Det Kongelige Monogram ; Fontaenen
2.02 Kuhlau Grand Flute Quartet in E minor, Op 103
2.24 Haydn Symphony No 48 in C (Maria Theresa )
2.48 Schubert String Quartet in G, D887 3.32 Franck Piece in D flat 3.38 Weiner Serenade in F minor, Op 3
4.00 Sorkocevic Adagio 4.05 MaasaloAdieu, Amie, Op iNo2
4.09 Melartin Karelian Scenes 4.20 Pergolesi Violin
Concerto in B flat 4.33 Aufschnaiter Menuett , Gavotta and Menuett (Serenade No 3 in G minor) 436 Marais La Sonnerie de Sainte-Cenevieve du Mont de Paris 4.45 Rung Kimer, I Klokker 4.47 Holm Orken og Hede 4.53 Norgard Pastorale
5.00 Kuula Prelude and Fugue, Op 10 5.09 Bozza Jour d'Ete a la Montagne 5.20 Arvo Part Fratres 5.33 Britten The Salley Gardens; Come You Not from Newcastle; At the Mid Hour of Night (Molly My Dear); Oliver Cromwell S42 Albicastro Concerto a 4, Op 7 No 12 5.50 Schutz D'Orrida Selce A Ipina (SWV6) 5.53 Neilsen Adagio con Sentimento Religioso
6.02 Horneman Overture: Til Helteliv 6.16
Hartmann Blomstre Som en Rosengard 6.21 Langgaard Three Rose Gardens Songs 6.32 Weyse Symphony No 6 in C minor