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: Sara Mohr-Pietsch

Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Tovey Prelude: The Bride of Dionysus Malmo Opera Orchestra, conductor George Vass Bach Prelude and Fugue in D, B WV532 Christopher Herrick (organ)
8.00-9.00: Beethoven Overture: Leonora No 3 BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Rudolf Kempe Pachelbel Motet: Jauchzet dem Herrn Namur Chamber Choir, Les Agremens, conductor Jean Tubery
9.00-10.00: Mozart Piano Sonata in C, K330 Vladimir Horowitz
Strauss Prelude: Capriccio
Amadeus Quartet, Cecil Aronowitz (viola), William Pleeth (cello)

Contributors

Conductor: George Vass
Conductor: Bach Prelude
Unknown: Christopher Herrick
Conductor: Rudolf Kempe
Conductor: Jean Tubery
Unknown: Vladimir Horowitz
Viola: Cecil Aronowitz
Cello: William Pleeth

: lain Burnside

As World Mental Health Day approaches, lain
Burnside explores approaches to musical sanity. Including performances by David Helfgott and Vladimir Horowitz.
Music includes:
Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat, Op 43 Schoenberq Pierrot Lunaire EMAIL: burnside@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: David Helfgott
Unknown: Vladimir Horowitz.

: Private Passions

Michael Berkeley welcomes playwright
Peter Nichols , author of such black comedies as A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Privates on Parade, and Passion Play. His musical choices range from children's choruses by Kodaly, piano music by Erik Satie and an air from Purcell's The Indian Queen to Gershwin's Walking the Dog and Hoagy Carmichael 's Stardust.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Berkeley
Unknown: Peter Nichols
Music By: Erik Satie
Unknown: Hoagy Carmichael

: The Early Music Show

Children of the Revolution
2/2. Lucie Skeaping concludes her exploration of the music of the French Revolution and some of the composers who lived and worked in Paris through the Reign of Terror in the 1790s. Including works by Gossec, Cherubini, Mehul, Boieldieu and Dussek.

: Radio 3 Requests

Chi-chi Nwanoku presents the weekly pick of listeners' favourites.
ADDRESS: Radio 3 Requests. BBC Wales, CF 5 2YO
Phone: [number removed] (calls from a land line cost no more than 8p per min) EMAIL: radio3requests@bbc.co.uk

: Choral Evensong

Live from Lichfield Cathedral. Introit:
Coventry Antiphon (Howells). Responses:
Paul Halley. Psalm: 84 (How). First Reading:
Jeremiah 7, vv1-11. Canticles: Stanford in G. Second Reading: Luke 19, vvHO. Anthems:
Blessed City, Heavenly Salem (Bairstow). One
Thing Have I Desired of the Lord (Sumsion). Final Hymn: Ye That Know the Lord Is Gracious
(Hyfrydol). Organ Voluntary: Paean (Howells). Organist and Master of the Choristers Philip Scriven. Sub-organist Martyn Rawles.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Halley.
Unknown: Philip Scriven.
Unknown: Martyn Rawles.

: Discovering Music

Bartok's Music for Strings Percussion and Celesta Stephen Johnson joins the members of the Northern Sinfonia under conductor
Thomas Zehetmair for a workshop on one of Bartok's most popular, atmospheric and original works, the Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta.

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Johnson
Conductor: Thomas Zehetmair

: The Choir

Aled Jones meets David Hill , one of the UK's leading choral conductors, at the beginning of his first season as chief conductor of the BBC
Singers. Ian Kennedy and Olivia Robinson share their experiences of singing with the group past and present. Including music recorded especially by the BBC Singers with David Hill , and a chance to hear Herbert Howells 's rediscovered cantata Sir Patrick Spens.

Contributors

Unknown: Aled Jones
Unknown: David Hill
Singers: Ian Kennedy
Singers: Olivia Robinson
Unknown: David Hill
Unknown: Herbert Howells
Unknown: Sir Patrick Spens.

: Drama on 3: The Lamplighter

Jackie Kay 's epic poem concerning the topic of enslavement as seen through the eyes of four women. Based on new testimony and research into the lives of slaves over hundreds of years.
Music composed by Dominique Le Gendre Producer Pam Fraser-Solomon

Contributors

Unknown: Jackie Kay
Composed By: Dominique Le Gendre
Producer: Pam Fraser-Solomon
The Lamplighter: Clare Perkins
Mary: Mona Hammond
Constance: Martina Laird
Black Harriot: Aicha Kossoko
MacBean: John Dougall
Anniwaa: Jordan Loughran
Singer: Gweneth-Ann Jeffers

: Sunday Feature: MindMaps

2/3. Manchester: Masters and Men. In another programme in the series on the interaction between ideas, time and place, Chris Bowlby visits Manchester, the Victorian cotton capital, to discover how its buildings evoke the confident period when Manchester Liberalism became the dominant ideology. As the middle classes prospered, free trade and dissent achieved architectural as well as social and political status. Through such varied local luminaries as Halle, Mrs Gaskell and Engels, the ideology also decisively shaped the way later generations have thought about capitalism and how culture is consumed today. Producer Simon coates

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Bowlby
Unknown: Mrs Gaskell

: Words and Music

The Truth about Love
Derek Jacobi and Juliet Stevenson read poetry and prose on the theme of love, including Marvell's To His Coy Mistress and Auden's Lullaby and Oh Tell Me the Truth about Love. Classical music on the same theme includes Britten's Auden settings, Elgar's Salutd'amour, madrigals by De Rore and Dufay, and Wagner's Prelude to Tristan and Isolde. EMAIL: wordsandmusic@bbc.co.uk
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Jacobi
Unknown: Juliet Stevenson
Unknown: De Rore

: The Early Music Show

David Munrow
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. Producer Sam Phillips Revised repeat

Contributors

Unknown: David Munrow
Unknown: Andrew Manze
Unknown: David Munrow.
Producer: Sam Phillips

: Through the Night

Presented by Jonathan Swain. Sulek Classical Concerto No 3
Zagreb Soloists, conductor Antonio Janiqro
1.19 Sakac Serenade for Strings
1.33 Horvat Concertino for Strings
1.41 Radica Intrada, Andante and Finale
1.48 Kelemen Divertimento for Strings
1.57 Roussel Piano Trio in E flat. Op 2
2.27 Taneyev Symphony No 4 in C minor
3.07 Vedel Oh God, My Hope Is Only In You
3.17 Paqanini Violin Concerto No 1 in D
3.45 Blacher Variations on a theme of Nicob Paganini, Op 26
4.00 Auber Guoracha; Boléro, (La Muette de Portici)
4.13 Schumann Toccata in C, Op 7
4.19 Handel Cantata: Pensieri Notturnidi Filli, HWV134
4.26 Matusic Two Croatian Folk Songs
4.33 Mozart Violin Sonata in F, K377
4.52 Lisinski Symphonic Idyll: Evening
5.00 Trad, arr Petrinjak Six Renaissance Dances
5.10 Skjavetic Five Madrigals
5.21 Sweelinck Unter der Linden grune
5.27 Gotovac Symphonic Dance, Op 12 (Kolo)
5.36 Raffaelli Introduction and theme with variations in A
5.46 Odak Madrigal, Op 11
5.53 Bersa Idyll, Op 25b
6.00 Pejacevic Life of Flowers, Op 19
6.21 Kuljeric Toccata for vibraphone and piano
6.28 Anon Menuet in G Parac Pastorale
6.39 Matz Quartetto
6.54 Gluck Dance of the Furies (Orphee et Eurydice)

Contributors

Presented By: Jonathan Swain.
Conductor: Antonio Janiqro








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