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: Martin Handley

Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Beethoven Rondino , Wo025 Amphion Wind Octet Holborne Pavan 2 Nigel North (lute)
8.00-9.00: Mozart Overture: The Magic Flute Mahler Chamber Orchestra, conductor Claudio Abbado G Gabrieli , arr Stokowski
Sonata Pian'e e Forte, Alia Quarta Bassa (Sacrae Symphoniae)
London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leopold Stokowski
9.00-10.00: Tchaikovsky Capriccio in G flat, Op 8 Mikhail Pletnev (piano) Franck Les Djinns
Idil Biret (piano), Bilkent Symphony Orchestra, director Alain Paris

Contributors

Unknown: Beethoven Rondino
Conductor: Claudio Abbado
Conductor: G Gabrieli
Unknown: Alia Quarta Bassa
Conductor: Leopold Stokowski
Conductor: Tchaikovsky Capriccio
Piano: Mikhail Pletnev
Piano: Franck Les

: lain Burnside

lain Burnside ponders philosophy in music, with Steve Reich 's Proverb, Bernstein's Serenade for violin, strings, harp and percussion, and works by Strauss, Mahler and Nietzsche. EMAIL: burnside9bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Reich

: Private Passions

Today Michael Berkeley talks to one of Britain's most successful publishers. Tim Hely Hutchinson began his career with Macmillan Publishers, founded a new company, Headline, in 1986, and is now chief executive of Hachette Livre UK, the largest publisher in Britain. Apart from books, music and horse-racing are his chief passions, and he is particularly devoted to opera, with Maria Callas singing Bellini, Luciano Pavarotti singing Donizetti and Derek Lee Ragin singing Gluck among his choices.

Contributors

Talks: Michael Berkeley
Unknown: Tim Hely Hutchinson
Unknown: Maria Callas
Unknown: Luciano Pavarotti
Unknown: Derek Lee Ragin

: The Early Music Show

As part of Radio 3's 40th anniversary season,
Andrew Manze presents a performer portrait of one of the most influential early music pioneers this country has ever seen, David Munrow. Archive performances include Bach's
Cantata No 54 and music by Telemann and Purcell. Revised repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Manze
Unknown: David Munrow.

: Radio 3 Requests

Chi-chi Nwanoku presents the weekly pick of listeners' favourites.
ADDRESS: Radio 3 Requests, BBC Wales, CF5 2YO
Phone: [number removed] (calls from a land line cost no more than 8p per min) EMAIL: radio3reguests@bbc.co.uk

: Choral Evensong

- Live from Westminster Abbey. Introit:
Factum Est Silentium (Dering). Responses:
- Tomkins. Psalms: 48,138 (Turle, Ley). First
Reading: 1 Kings 3, vv 3-14. Canticles: Collegium Sancti Johannis Cantabrigiense (Tippett).
Second Reading: Hebrews 1, vv 5-14. Anthem: A Seguence for St Michael (Howells). Hymn:
All Hail the Power of Jesu's Name (Miles Lane). Organ Voluntary: Laus Deo (Jonathan Harvey ). Organist and Master of the Choristers James O'Donnell. Sub-organist Robert Ouinney.

Contributors

Unknown: Laus Deo
Organist: Jonathan Harvey
Unknown: James O'Donnell.
Unknown: Robert Ouinney.

: Discovering Music

Robert Hollingworth joins a group of period performers for an exploration of some of the pioneering musical ideas behind Monteverdi's L'Orfeo, arguably music's first operatic masterpiece.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Hollingworth

: The Choir

In an all-Italian programme, Aled Jones takes a choral perspective on Rossini, Verdi and Puccini, and discovers the singing village of Premana, a tiny alpine community with a vibrant tradition of folk-song and feasting.

Contributors

Unknown: Aled Jones

: Drama on 3: Babel's Tower

By Mike Walker. Jewish Russian writer Isaac Babel is interrogated after his arrest by the Soviet secret police in 1939. As Stalin's henchmen beat and bully Babel, scenes from his two great collections of stories come to him: the Jewish gangsters fighting over Babel's home town Odessa; and the Red Cavalry, with whom he had ridden with as a war correspondent, slaughtering Poles at the edge of the new Soviet Union. Additional characters played by Christopher Staines , Karl Theobald , Roland Oliver , Lucy Black , Rachel Atkins and Sandra Voe
Music by Jon Nicholls ; Producer Tim Dee

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Walker.
Unknown: Jewish Russian
Unknown: Isaac Babel
Played By: Christopher Staines
Played By: Karl Theobald
Played By: Roland Oliver
Played By: Lucy Black
Played By: Rachel Atkins
Played By: Sandra Voe
Music By: Jon Nicholls
Producer: Tim Dee
Babel: Anthony Sher
Rudi: Robert Glenister
Trunov: Robert Glenister
Sverdlov: Stephen Noonan
Benya: Stephen Noonan

: Sunday Feature: MindMaps: Geneva

1/3. A new series examining the ferment of ideas generated in a single city. In the first programme historian and Robespierre biographer
Ruth Scurr visits Geneva to discover how three great thinkers interacted with the city. In the 16th century, Calvin turned Geneva into the Protestant Rome. In the 18th century, Rousseau and Voltaire clashed there and their differing views of Geneva partly caused the feud.
Producers Hugh Levinson and Nicola Meyrick

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Scurr
Producers: Hugh Levinson
Producers: Nicola Meyrick

: Words and Music

The Anatomy of Melancholy
Janet Suzman and Heathcote Williams read poems and prose excerpts by Robert Burton , Keats, Gray, Tennyson, Owen, Plath, Dickinson and Auden on aspects of melancholy.
With music by Dowland, Purcell, Schubert, Schumann, Prokofiev and Britten. EMAIL: wordsandmusic@bbc.co.uk
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic

Contributors

Unknown: Janet Suzman
Unknown: Heathcote Williams
Unknown: Robert Burton

: The Early Music Show

During Queen Anne's reign, London was a thriving and exciting musical centre, attracting musicians from all over Europe. Lucie Skeaping reflects on life in musical London at the start of the 18th century and introduces works by Daniel Purcell , Gottfried Finger and John Eccles. Producer Rebecca Bean

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Purcell
Unknown: Gottfried Finger
Unknown: John Eccles.
Producer: Rebecca Bean

: Through the Night

With Jonathan Swain. Verdi Requiem
Victoria Nava (soprano), Randi Stene (mezzo),
Gwyn Hughes Jones (tenor), Frodde Olsen (bass), Embla (female choir), Trondheim Chamber Choir, Det Norske Mannskor (male choir), Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eivind Aadland
2.29 Ravel Miroirs
3.02 Tchaikovsky Serenade in C, Op 48
3.34 CPE Bach Flute Concerto in G, Wq169
3.59 Verdi Overture: Nabucco
4.07 Nln Seguida Espanola
4.16 Smit Concerto
4.30 Pachelbel Aria Quinta
4.39 Vivaldi Trio Sonata in D minor, Op I No 12 (La Folia)
4.49 Chopin Scherzo No 4 in E, Op 54
5.00 Bellini Overture: Norma
5.06 Mendelssohn Psalm 22: Mein Gott, warum hast du mich verlassen, Op 78 No 2
5.16 Handel Susser Blumen Ambraflocken No 3 (Deutsche Arien, HWV204)
5.22 Prokofiev Sarcasmes
5.32 Lorenzo Capriccio Brillante, Op 31
5.42 Plazzolla Le Grand Tango
5.53 Larsson Croquis
6.06 Bach Orchestral Suite No 2 in B minor, BWV1067
6.26 Allegri Miserere Mei Deus
6.40 Grieg Holberg Suite

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Soprano: Victoria Nava
Soprano: Randi Stene
Tenor: Gwyn Hughes Jones
Tenor: Frodde Olsen
Unknown: Det Norske Mannskor
Conductor: Eivind Aadland








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