7.00-8.00: Brahms Psalm 13, Op 27 Leipzig Radio Choir (female voices), Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Wolf-Dieter Hauschild , Almuth Reuther (organ)
Svendsen Carnival in Paris, Op 9 Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Oivin Fjeldstad
8.00-9.00: Handel Why Do the Nations (Messiah) Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras
Mozart Symphony No 31 in D, K297 (Paris) Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor Josef Krips
9.00-10.00: Piazzolla Verano Porteno Kremerata Baltica, director Gidon Kremer
Demachi Le Campane di Roma Europa Galante, director FabioBiondi
On the eve of Refugee Week a look at the work of displaced musicians over the years. Music includes: Eisler The Hollywood Songbook Matthias Goerne (baritone), Eric Schneider (piano)
Chopin Piano Sonata No 2 in B flat minor. Op 35 Sergei Rachmaninov (piano)
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Michael Berkeley is joined by the poet David Harsent , winner of the 2005 Forward Poetry Prize for his collection Legion. In addition to nine poetry collections he has written opera libretti, notably for Harrison Birtwistle , with whom he is currently working on a new opera, The Minotaur. His musical choices range from Britten's setting of The Lyke Wake Dirge and Billie Holiday singing Fine and Mellow to
Wagner's Siegfried Idyll, Beethoven's Emperor concerto and the Sanctus from Gounod's St Cecilia Mass.
Catherine Bott introduces a programme of vocal and instrumental music by Vivaldi performed by Adrian Chandler and La Serenissima at the 2007 Spitalfields Festival. Producer Chris Wines
Chi-chi Nwanoku presents listeners'favourites, including Schumann's Dichterliebe performed by tenor Peter Schreier , and the heart-rending Adagio from Bruckner's String Quintet.
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Live from Sheffield Cathedral. Introit: 0
Sacrum Convivium (Messiaen). Responses: Moore. Psalms: 52, 53 (Talbot, Attwood).
First Lesson: Genesis 13. Office Hymn: Lead Us,
Heavenly Father, Lead Us (Mannheim). Canticles:
Chichester Service (Walton). Second Lesson: Mark 4, vv21-41. Anthem: Sing Joyfully (Byrd). Homily: The Very Rev Peter Brandley. Notre Pere (Durufle).
Hymn: Praise to the Lord, the Almighty (Lobe den Herren). Organ Voluntary: Fantaisie-Improvisation sur I'Ave Maris Stella (Tournemire, transcr Durufle). Master of the Music Neil Taylor. Assistant Master of the Music Anthony Gowing.
Petroc Trelawny presents the spectacular final of the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2007 competition, live from St David's Hall in Cardiff.
The finalists have survived auditions and preliminary rounds and now perform with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales in front of a jury that includes Gundula Janowitz and Siegfried Jerusalem. With expert commentary from Catherine Bott.
See also BBC Cardiff Singer of the World at 5.30pm on BBC2 Music choices: page 136
By Oscar Wilde. The unprincipled Mrs Cheveley threatens to reveal Sir Robert Chiltern 's secret past unless he agrees to give his support in Parliament to a questionable Argentinian venture. Faced with ruin in the eyes of the country and his wife, he seems to have no alternative.
Producer Nicolas Soames Director David Timson Spoken word choices: page 137
The Earl of Caversham:
Sir Robert Chiltern:
Miss Mabel Chiltern:
Vicomte De Nanjac:
Countess of Basildon:
Town and Country. Tim Mclnnernyand Samantha Bond read descriptions of the city's charms and alarms by Wordsworth, TS Eliot and WS Graham , paeans to the natural life by Shakespeare,
John Clare and WH Hudson, and musings on where the two worlds meet from the likes of Cowper,
Edward Thomas and William Carlos Williams. Music includes works by Charles Ives , Steve Reich , Vaughan Williams and Handel.
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visit www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsand music
Catherine Bott looks at the life and career of composer Emilio de Cavalieri , famous for coordinating the music for one of the most lavish wedding celebrations in history.
Presented by Jonathan Swain.
A concert recorded in Copenhagen in January. Poulenc Un Soir de Neige
Arvo Part / Am the True Vine; Nunc Dimittis Knut Nystedt Immortal Bach Arvo Part Dopo la Vittoria Messlan Cinq Rechants
Dvorak Napadly pisne v dusi mou, Op 63 Danish National Vocal Ensemble, conductor Stephen Layton
1.58 Berlioz Romeo et Juliette, Op 17 Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Gianandrea Noseda
2.52 Mendelssohn, arr Rachmaninov Scherzo (A Midsummer Night's Dream)
2.57 Shostakovich Violin Concerto No 1
3.38 Schmelzer Vesperae Sollennes
4.00 Debussy Children's Corner
4.18 Attila Remenyl Auction, Ping Pong (Seven Children's Choruses)
4.21 Bach Fantasia in G, BWV572
4.31 Callfano Sonata a quattro in C. for 2 oboes, bassoon andcontinuo
4.41 Anon Deo Gratias Anglia
4.44 Arnold Three Shanties, Op 4
4.53 Trad, arr Michael Hurst Ten Thousand Miles Away
5.00 Mozart Four Kontra Tanze, KV267
5.06 Madetoja Symphonic Suite, Op 4
5.28 Lehar Aria: Meine Lippen, sie kussen so heiss (Giuditta)
5.33 Kalman Arias: Komm Zigany; Czardas (Crafin Mariza)
5.39 Nielsen Wind Quintet, Op43
6.06 Poulenc Capriccio for two pianos
6.11 CPE Bach Symphony in E flat, Wq179
6.25 Humperdinck Dream Pantomime (Hansel and Gretel)
6.34 Butterworth Romanza for horn and strings
6.44 Schumann Marchenerzahlunqen, Op 132