7..00-8.30: Janiewicz Divertimento Polish
Chamber Orchestra, conductor Jerzy Maksymiuk Wagner Good Friday Music (Parsifal)
Houston SO, conductor Leopold Stokowski
Bach Cantata No 66: Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen
8.30-10.00: Bizet Symphony in C RPO, conductor Charles Munch
Korngold Gluck , das mir verblieb (Die tote Stadt)
Pilar Lorengar (soprano), Vienna Opera Orchestra, conductor Walter Weller
Dvorak, arr Dennis Russell Davies Bagatelles, Op 47 Orchestra of the Bonn Beethovenhalle, conductor Dennis Russell Davies
With Sarah Walker.
Britten Prince of the Pagodas (Act 2, Scene 2)
10.12 Debussy, arr Grainger Pagodes (Estampes) City of Birmingham SO, conductor Simon Rattle
10.19 Stravinsky Les Noces Alison Wells (soprano), Susan Bickley (mezzo), Martyn Hill (tenor), Alan Ewing (bass), Simon Joly Chorale ,
International Piano Quartet, Tristan Fry Percussion Ensemble, conductor Robert Craft
10.44 Dohnanyi Violin Concerto No 2 James Ehnes , BBC Philharmonic, conductor Matthias Bamert
11.16 Cage Third Construction Amadinda Ensemble
11.27 Perotin Sederunt Principes Hilliard Ensemble
11.40 Reich Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ Pamela Wood Ambush, Rebecca Armstrong (voices - long tones), Jay Clayton (voice - melodic patterns), Bob Becker , Tim Ferchen ,
Russell Hartenberger , Steve Reich (marimbas), Garry Kvistad , Thad Wheeler (glockenspiels), James Preiss (vibraphone), Nurit Tillis (electric organ)
5/5. Donald Macleod concludes the story of the Scariattis and examines the enormous influence that they exerted on European musical life.
D Scarlatti Sonatas: in D, Kk492; in F minor, Kk239 Scott Ross (harpsichord) Purnel Sonno Almen
Cyrille Gersthenhaber (soprano), Musique des Lumières, director Jean-Christophe Frisch A Scarlatti Concerto da Camera No 7 in D
Judith Linsenburg (recorder), Musica Pacifica D Scartatti Sonatas in D, Kk430; in G, Kk13 Glenn Gould (piano)
Introduced by Louise Fryer.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Cheltenham Festival 2007
A recital by Radio 3 New Generation Artists the Pavel Haas Quartet given in the Pittville Pump Room. Mozart Adagio and Fugue in C minor K546
Dvorak String Quartet in F, Op 96 (American)
Janacek String Quartet No 2 (Intimate Letters)
2.10 BBC Proms 2007
Another chance to hear Sunday's concert, presented by Christopher Cook.
Gondwana Voices, BBC Symphony Chorus, BBC
Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Robertson
Brett Dean VexationsandDevotions (BBCco-commission with Perth Festival; first European performance)
Beethoven Symphony No in A Rptd from Sunday 7.30pm
4.00 From the Bath Festival 2006
Carolin Widmann (violin), Simon Lepper (piano) Bach Chaconne (Partita in D minor, BWVI004) Xenakis Dikhthas
Sean Rafferty presents music and arts news.
Presented by Martin Handley , live from the Royal Albert Hall in London. The Halle and their charismatic chief conductor bring together two of this year's themes: Shakespeare and the Auden centenary. Lisa Milne (soprano),
Halle Orchestra , conductor Mark Elder Strauss Macbeth
Britten Our Hunting Fathers
8.20 Twenty Minutes: This Green Plot
Michael Dobson begins his two-part history of outdoor Shakespeare performance with a look at professional productions across the land.
8.40 Nielsen Symphony No 4 Inextinguishable) Repeated on Wednesday 1 August at 2pm
3/3. Fourth International Congress of Modern Architects - -Marseille and Athens 1933.
In July 1933, Le Corbusier and 90 other delegates boarded a boat in Marseille. Architects, engineers, writers and artists from 18 countries spent the next 15 days, on board and in Athens, discussing ideas for the city of the future. Though they didn't know it, the delegates were creating a blueprint for the rebuilding of Europe's cities, about to be destroyed by the Second World War. Today many argue that the Utopian ideas that came to dominate architecture after the 1933 Congress have led to misery and social breakdown for the inhabitants of those new towns and buildings. Frances Stonor Saunders explores how this meeting in 1933 changed the way people live today and how, as cities continue to expand, it will go on to influence the way they live in the future. Producer Kirsty Pope
In the first of what will eventually be several editions devoted to the music of Duke Ellington, bandleader and Ellington expert Pete Long joins Alyn Shipton to propose the essential recordings from Ellington's output between 1940 and his death in 1974. These include the long symphonic work Black, Brown and Beige, as well as versions of the Nutcracker Suite and the Second Sacred Concert.
Producers Simon Poole and Alyn Shipton EMAIL: email@example.com
Twenty-five years after the very first Womad, the world music festival moves to the green and pleasant fields of Charlton Park in Wiltshire. Andrew McGregor and Verity Sharp begin a weekend of broadcasts with live performances and recorded highlights from the two main stages, the Open Air and the Siam Tent. Artists include Congolese rumba maestro Samba Mapangala ,
Mexican singer Lila Downs , and Egyptian band El
Tanbura. And from Radio 3's own stage in Charlton Park's arboretum, Fiona Talkington introduces a live set from Malian ngoni virtuoso Bassekou Kouyate. Producer Roger Short
Presented by Susan Sharpe. Schumann Overture: Manfred Beethoven Violin Concerto in D Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish) Christian Tetzlaff (violin), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Jiri Belohlavek
2.36 Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet 3.16 Beethoven Piano Trio in B, Op 97 (Archduke) 3.56 Leclalr Violin Concerto in D
4.11 Mendelssohn Overture: The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave)
4.22 Steve Martland Three Carols 4.32 Szymanowski Variations in B flat minor, Op 3 4.46 Sibelius Valse Triste
4.52 Grainger Toa Nordic Princess 5.00 Wagner Overture: Tannhauser 5.15 Grieg Wedding Day at Troldhaugen (Lyric Pieces, Op 65 No 6) 5.22 Couperin Treizième Concert a deux violes 5.33 Nystroem Tre Havsvisioner
5.44 Debussy Premiere Rapsodie 5.53 Escher del, Air et Vents 6.06 Moyzes Symphony No 6
6.36 Thomson String Quartet No 2
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