7.00-8.00: Bach, arr Reqer
Brandenburg Concerto No 2 in F, BWV1047
Wyneke Jordans and Leo van Doeselaar (piano) Halvorsen Norway's Greeting to Theodore Roosevelt Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, conductor Terje Mikkelsen
8.00-9.00: Wagner Overture: The Flying
Dutchman New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Giuseppe Sinopoli
Wolf Italian Serenade Nomos Quartet
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Presented by Andrew McGregor.
9.30 Building a Library Peter Quantrill explores recordings of Mahler's Ninth Symphony.
10.45 Stephen Plaistow casts a critical ear over the initial releases in APR's new series The Russian Piano Tradition, including the first recordings of Rachmaninov's concertos to have come from the USSR and a two-piano programme from Emil Gilels and Yakov Zak.
11.45 Disc of the Week: Amor Sacro Solo motets by Vivaldi. Simone Kermes (soprano), Venice Baroque Orchestra, conductor Andrea Marcon
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The spotlight falls on Oklahoma!, Rodgers and Hammerstein's celebrated musical first performed on Broadway in 1943. Tom Service talks to author Tim Carter about his new book offering the first fully documented history of the making of the work, and catches up with one of the world's most sought-after musicians, Portuguese pianist Maria Joao Pires.
The Cornett. Catherine Bott talks to cornett player Jeremy West , founder of His Majesty's
Sagbutts and Cornetts, to discover more about this expressive and demanding instrument. Music includes works by Scheidt, Ximenez, Giovanni Gabrieli and Merula. Producer Rebecca Bean
A piano recital recorded last Monday at London's Wigmore Hall, featuring two contrasting works from Schubert's final years. Introduced by Stephanie Hughes. Andreas Haefliger (piano)
Schubert Impromptu in C minor, D899; Piano Sonata in B flat, 0960
Lucy Duran introduces a live studio session by clarinettist and king of Bulgarian wedding music Ivo Papasov. A cultural icon for Bulgarian intellectuals during the Cold War, he is once again able to live in his homeland after years of persecution and imprisonment. Joe Boyd and Nigel Williamson are also on hand to review new world music releases. Producer James Parkin
Julian Joseph presents a selection of new releases, and is joined in the studio by vocalist Tina May.
Geoffrey Smith presents listeners' jazz requests. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London WiAlAA
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Concerts That Changed Jazz
3/4. Miles at the Isle of Wight. John Fordham recalls Miles Davis 's appearance at the 1970 Isle of Wight Rock Festival. Davis was already making the transition to jazz rock but this was the first time he appeared alongside the big names of rock - including Hendrix, the Doors and Joan Baez - and he delivered an electrifying set that firmly established him and his new image as a major attraction on the international rock circuit.
In Handel's ancient Roman soap opera, a power-hungry, power-dressing Agrippina will stop at nothing to get her son Nero on the throne. Nero, however, is more interested in the beautiful Poppea; as are two other men, including his stepfather the Emperor Claudio. Introduced by Stephanie Hughes.
Chorus and Orchestra of English National Opera, conductor Daniel Reuss
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Sara Mohr-Pietsch presents a concert by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, alongside the London Sinfonietta's first London performance of a Simon Bainbridge work inspired by the architecture of Daniel Libeskind.
Harrison Birtwistle Endless Parade Philippe Schartz (trumpet)
Michael Berkeley Gethsemane Fragment Simon Holt Icarus Lamentations BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Thierry Fischer
Simon Bainbridge Music , Space, Reflection Sound Intermedia, London Sinfonietta, conductor Diego Masson
The Mandolin. Ever popular for informal music-making, the mandolin has a 400-year history that performer Alison Stephens traces in conversation with Lucie Skeaping. Music includes works by Vivaldi, Domenico Scarlatti and Leone.
Presented by Jonathan Swain. Jonathan Dove Figures in the Garden Colin Matthews To Compose without the Least Knowledge of Music Mozart Serenade in B flat, K361 London Winds, director Michael Collins (clarinet) 2.14 Fodor Piano Sonata in F sharp, Op 2 No 2 2.32 Kyurkchiyski Piano Concerto (In Memory of Pancho Vladigerov )
3.08 Scriabin Symphony No 2 in C minor 4.00 Padre
Davide da Bergamo La Vera Piva Montanara 4.10 Reqnart Litania Deiparae Virginis Mariae 4.22 Cavalli Sonata a 8
4.27 Goldmark Scherzo in E minor, Op 19
4.34 Janacek Piano Sonata: 1 X 1905 (From the Street)
4.46 Dedekind Wie wird ein Jungling seinen Weg
4.51 Biber Sonata a 3 ex E terz minore 4.53 Handel
Süsser Blumen Ambraflocken , HWV204 5.00 Rimsky-
Korsakov Suite : Tsar Saltan 5.22 Schoeck Sommernacht , Op 58 5.34 Poulenc Petites Voix 5.40 Debussy Mazurka
5.43 Noskowski Mazurka in F minor, Op 23 No 2 5.46 Chopin Mazurka in A minor 5.49 Kajanus Finnish Rhapsody No 1
6.00 Peerson The Fall of the Lea 6.02
Rosenmiiller Beatus Vir Qui Timet Dominum 6.16 Geminiani Concerto Grosso No 3 in B minor 6.23 CPE Bach Magnificat in D