7.00-8.00: TavenerSong for Athene Nicola
Benedetti (violin), LPO, conductor Andrew Litton Beethoven Rondino in E flat Albion Ensemble
8.00-9.00: The 48 at 8: Bach Prelude and Fugue in C, BWV846 (The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1) Sviatoslav Richter (piano)
Sibelius The Bard Lahti SO, Osmo Vanska
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Introduced by Andrew McGregor.
9.30 Building a Library Richard Wigmore recommends a recording of Haydn's Theresienmesse.
10.15 Elgar scholar JPE Harper-Scott discusses some of the latest releases of the composer's music in this his 150th anniversary year.
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Tom Service immerses himself in the music of Domenico Scarlatti as the Royal Northern College of Music perform all 555 of his sonatas in a single day in Manchester. Composer and war poet
Ivor Gurney is celebrated in Gloucester and Ian Bostridge talks about his year-long series of concerts at the Barbican in London. Producer Jeremy Evans.
Catherine Bott considers how approaches to
Cavalli's opera La Calisto have developed since the pioneering recording and performances by Raymond Leppard. Producer Rebecca Bean
Another chance to hear last Monday's recital from the Wigmore Hall. Introduced by Sarah Walker. Andrew Kennedy (tenor), Julius Drake (piano)
Faure Poeme d'un Jour, Op 21; Green, Op 58 No 3; Prison, Op 83 No 1; Nell, Op 18 No 1; Fleur Jetée, Op 39 No 2
Gurney By a Bierside; Severn Meadows; In Flanders; Even Such Is Time; Tarentella; On Wenlock Edge
Strauss Five Lieder, Op 32;
Heimliche Aufforderung , Op 27 No 3; Wenn, Op 31 No 2
Featuring a studio session by Vietnamese singer Huong Thanh , and a round-up of nominations for the Album of the Year category in the 2008 BBC Radio 3 Awards for World Music, with guests Mary Ann Kennedy and Charlie Gillett. Presented by LucyDuran. Producer Felix Carey
Claire Martin 's guests include a true jazz legend, trumpeter Hugh Masekela. Also appearing is
Jason Yarde , who has been commissioned by the LSO to compose a flugelhorn concerto.
Geoffrey Smith presents listeners'jazz requests. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA
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Tom Service presents a performance of Donizetti's L'Elisird'Amore and talks to Italian opera expert Professor Roger Parker about one of the composer's most popular works. Nemorino is in love with Adina, who refuses to marry him. When Sergeant Belcore also proposes to her,
Nemorino is desperate enough to put his faith in a love potion, sold by the dubious Dr Dulcamara.
Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, conductor Mikko Franck
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Crazy golf takes on an entirely new meaning in this fiery portrait of a family in meltdown.
Today's the day 30 years of smouldering tensions finally reach their flashpoint. By Mark Kotting.
Director Toby Swift
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The BBC Singers and David Hill , recorded at
London's Little Venice Festival, perform choral music by Poulenc, Lennox Berkeley , Milhaud and popular French chanteur Henri Salvador. BBC Singers, conductor David Hill
Poulenc Chansons Fran çaises Nos 1-4
Lennox Berkeley There Was Neither Grass Nor Corn; The Midnight Murk
Valaisans Henri Salvador , arr Roland Chagnon Tu Reviens; Après Nous
Poulenc Chansons Françaises Nos 5-8
Tom Service introduces a concert of contemporary music for string quartet from last year's Sonorities Festival in Belfast. Plus a performance of Gary Carpenter 's After Brague. Tim Souster Hambledon Hill James MacMillan Memento Christopher Fox 1-2-3
Michael Alcorn Leave No Trace
Stephen Montague String Quartet No 1 Smith Quartet
Gary Carpenter After Braque
Ensemble 10/10, conductor Clark Rundell
Harpsichordist and conductor Laurence Cummings explores the life and music of Reinhard Keiser.
With Jonathan Swain. Haydn Symphony No 96 in D
(Miracle) Mozart Violin Concerto No 5 in A, K219 David Garrett , Luxembourg PO, conductor Neville Marriner
1.51 Bach Sarabande (Partita No I in B minor, BWV1002)
1.54 Paganini Caprice in E flat, Op 1 No 14 1.56 Beethoven Symphony No 2 in D 2.32 Novak Piano Trio in D minor, Op 27 (Quasi una Ballata) 2.48 Telemann Der Tag des
Gerichts 3.59 Chopin Variations in E on a German National Air, Op posth 4.07 Pisendel, attrib Bach Violin Sonata in C minor, BWV1024 4.22 Karlowicz A Sorrowful Tale (Preludes to Eternity, Op 13) 4-33 Stravinsky Concerto in E flat (Dumbarton Oaks) 4.49 Forster Repleta Est Malis
5.00 Beethoven, arr Sedlak Overture: Fidelio 5.06 Mozart Menuetto and Trio (String Quartet in D minor, K421) 5.10 Dussek Sonata in D, Op 31 No 2 5.24 Kodaly The Aged
5.32 Dvorak Carnival Overture 5.42 Morales Andreas Christi Famulus a 8 5.48 Rubinstein On an Airy Ocean, without Rudder or Sail (The Demon) 5.53 Haydn String TrioinBflat Op53 No26.02 SamiauskasRequiem6.36 Handel Recorder Sonata in Cminor, HWV386a 6A7 Mozart Fantasy in C minor, K475