7.00-8.00: Vivaldi Sinfonia in G, RV149
L'Arte dell'Arco, conductor Christopher Hogwood Grieq Valse-Impromptu , Albumblad (Lyric Pieces Book 4, Op 47)
Einar Steen-Nokleberg (piano)
8.00-9.00: Telemann Cantata: Drei sind, die da zeugen im Himmel Rheinische Kantorei ,
Das Kleine Konzert , conductor Hermann Max
Schubert Rondo in A, D438 Chamber Orchestra of Europe, director Gidon Kremer (violin)
9.00-10.00: Liadov Kikimora , Op 63
Kirov Orchestra, conductor Valery Gergiev Britten War Requiem (excerpts)
New Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Carlo Maria Giulini
To celebrate Trafalgar Day, lain Burnside sets sail with music by Hummel, D'lndy and Vierne, and Haydn's Nelson mass. EMAIL: email@example.com
Michael Berkeley is joined by physicist
John Enderby , emeritus professor of physics at the University of Bristol, and an expert on neutrons and the medical applications of evanescent waves. Music has been a passion with him since the age of 15, and his choices include the Prelude to Act 3 of Wagner's Lohengrin, the Easter Hymn from Mascagni's opera Cavalleria Rusticana, a Mahler song, a movement of a Mozart horn concerto, and Yonty Solomon playing the first movement of Beethoven's Waldstein piano sonata.
As part of Radio 3's 40th-anniversary season,
Catherine Bott hosts a round-the-table discussion looking back at Radio 3's output of early music. Her guests include Andrew Parrott , Graham Dixon and Tess Knighton.
Cellist Matthew Barley introduces this week's selection of listeners' requests, ranging from the genius of late Beethoven to a giant Soviet symphony, and a personal request from Deep Purple keyboardist Jon Lord.
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Live from Truro Cathedral. Introit: Coventry Antiphon (Howells). Responses: Tomkins. Office Hymn: 0 Blest Creator of the Light
(Lucis Creator). Psalm 96 (Ashfield). First
Reading: Nehemiah 8, vv9-18. Canticles: The
Truro Service (Gabriel Jackson ). Second Reading: John 16, vv1-11. Anthem: Take Him, Earth, for Cherishing (Howells). Final Hymn: There's a Wideness in God's Mercy (Corvedale). Organ
Voluntary: Psalm Prelude, Set 2 No 3 (Howells). Director of music Robert Sharpe.
Assistant director of music Christopher Gray.
Stephen Johnson is joined by members of the Britten Sinfonia to explore some of the ideas that inspired Schubert's celebrated Octet.
Aled Jones presents performances by an international selection of children's choirs, all appearing in Let the Peoples Sing, a competition for amateur choirs.
By Steve Chambers.
In the last years of the 18th century, as revolution raged in - France, feminist writer and radical pamphleteer Mary Wollstonecraft embarked alone on a journey to the wilds of Scandinavia to recover her husband's lost treasure ship.
But her brilliant triumph failed to recover the thing she wanted most of all.
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When the poet Kwame Dawes , who was born in Ghana and grew up in Jamaica, moved to Sumter in South Carolina, he recorded interviews with older black people he met, who told him about their lives in the era of segregation. From these recollections Dawes wrote a collection of poems, Wisteria, which the New Orleans composer Kevin Simmonds set to music for an ensemble of 14 black classical musicians. Using this music, the original interviews, readings of the poems, and conversations and sounds newly recorded in Sumter, Wisteria - Twilight Poems from the Swamp Country is a poetic reflection on the lives of black people in the South. Producer Julian May
A Beat in Time
Actors Greta Scacchi and Greg Wise delve into poems on the subject of time: lives ticking away as the poets contemplate ageing and change, the rhythm of life, and clocks themselves - objects that rule everyday life.
With poems and prose by Virginia Woolf, TS Eliot , Wendy Cope , Sylvia Plath and Shakespeare, accompanied by the music of Haydn, Ravel, John Cage , Bach and Philip Glass. EMAIL: email@example.com
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic Music choices: page 136
Lucie Skeaping hosts an audience with soprano Emma Kirkby at the Sallis Benney Theatre at the University of Brighton, as part of this year's Brighton Early Music Festival. Kirkby performs three short pieces with the harpsichordist Steven Devine , and takes questions from the audience about her distinguished career. Producer Paul Frankl
Presented by John Shea. Vivaldi Gloria in D, RV588 Olga Gracelj (soprano), Eva Novsak Houska (mezzo), Andrej Jarc (organ), Consortium Musicum, Slovenia Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Marko Munih
1.28 Lipovsek Suite No 2 for Strings 1.49 Alkan Piano Concerto (12 Studies, Op 39 Nos 8-10) 2.41 Beethoven Symphony No 3 in E flat, (Eroica) 3.36 Bach Violin
Sonata No 2, BW V1003 3.58 Wassenaer Concerto No 4 in G (Sei Concerti Armonici) 4.09 Mendelssohn Organ Sonata in A, Op 65 No 3 4.20 Forster Vanitas Vanitatum - Dialogus de Divite et Paupere Lazaro 4.30 Groneman Flute Concerto in G 4.39 Popper Hungarian Fantasy, Op 68
4.47 Hurlebusch Concerto in A minor 5.00 Telemann Trio No 7 for recorder, viola da gamba, and continuo
(Essercizii Musici) 5.07 Reinecke Ballade for flute and orchestra 5.16 Verdi Pater Noster for chorus
5.24 Tailleferre Harp Sonata 5.35 Beethoven String Quartet in C minor, Op 59 No 3 (1st mvt) (Razumovsky)
5.45 Raitio Symphonic poem: The Maidens on the Headlands 5.53 Berwald Piano Trio No 1 in E flat
6.13 Moeschinger Wind Quintet on Swiss Folk Songs, Op 53
6.33 Chopin Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante, Op 22 6.47 Haydn Symphony No 27 in G