7.00-8.00: Adams Short Ride in a Fast Machine City of Birmingham SO, conductor Simon Rattle Walton Missa Brevis
James Vivian (organ), Polyphony, conductor Stephen Layton
The 48 at 8: Bach Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV889 (The Well Tempered Clavier, Book 2) Bob von Asperen (harpsichord)
Beethoven Sexfef in E flat, Op Bib Nash Ensemble
9.00-10.00: Glinka Overture: Prince Kholmsky USSR SO, conductor Yevgeni Svetianov Schubert, arr Liszt Wanderer-Fantasie
Jorge Bolet (piano), LPO, conductor Georg Solti
Music on the subject of human frailty, mortality and susceptibility to illness, including works by CPE Bach and Gabrieli. EMAIL: [address removed]
Michael Berkeley talks to documentary film-maker Christopher Nupen , whose intimate and revealing portraits of leading musicians such as Jacqueline du Pre, Daniel Barenboim , and Nathan Milstein have been shown many times on television and won international awards. His most recent film, We Want the Light (2004), revolved around music-making in Nazi concentration camps. Today he talks about some of the musicians who influenced him, including an early meeting with legendary soprano Lotte Lehmann in Vienna. His music choices include performances by Lehmann, Tito Gobbi , Jacqueline du Pre , the Budapest Quartet and Nathan Milstein.
Andrew Gourlay presents a programme of music recorded at the 2007 Utrecht Festival of Early Music in the Netherlands. The Holland Baroque Society, directed by Matthew Halls , performs works from the late 17th century, recorded at the Jacobikerk in Utrecht. The concert includes music by Georg Muffat and Arcangelo Corelli. Producer Les Pratt
Among Chi-chi Nwanoku 's selection this week is an antidote to the pantomime season, Carl Orff 's Die Kluge, based on Grimm fairy tales. Also featured are Martha Argerich performing
Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto, baritone
Matthias Goerne singing Mahler's Des Knaben Wunderhorn, and a frosty nod to the season courtesy of Stenhammar's Midvinter.
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nLive from Derby Cathedral. Introit Tribus
Miraculis (Palestrina). Responses: Clucas.
Office Hymn: The Sinless One to Jordan Came
(Solemnis Haec Festivitas). Psalms: 46, 47 (Ley). First Reading: Joshua, 3 vy1-8, 14-17. Canticles:
Stanford in F. Second Reading: Matthew 1, vv18-25. Anthems: Listen, Sweet Dove (Grayston Ives );
Come Down 0 Love Divine (Harris). Homily: Canon Nicholas Henshall. Hymn: Songs of Thankfulness and Praise (St Edmund). Organ Voluntary: Quasi Lento (Sonata) (Howells). Master of the music Peter Gould. Assistant organist Tom Corfield.
Mozart's Dissonance Quartet
In a recording made at the Lake District
Summer Music Festival, Stephen Johnson is joined by the Royal Quartet to delve into the world of Mozart's Haydn quartets, particularly the famous Dissonance quartet.
A complete performance of Faure's Requiem, conducted by Thierry Fischer , with the BBC National Chorus and Orchestra of Wales, and soloists Gilles Cachemaille and Alex Eager. Aled Jones also explores the choral world of French composer Lili Boulanger , who died at the age of only 24. After her death her music was promoted tirelessly by her elder sister Nadia, an acclaimed conductor and teacher of enormous influence who founded a vocal ensemble that reintroduced the works of Monteverdi and Schutz to the salons of Paris.
By Sean Buckley. An innovative production devised through a series of workshops, recorded on location across London, and exploring the medical and spiritual implications of organ donation. With Laura Molyneux , Joannah Tincey , Anna Bengo , Alex Lanipekun and Sam Pamphilon.
Producer Steven Canny See also Case Notesjue 9pm on Radio 4
Per Norgard Wie ein Kind
Jennifer Adams-Barbaro (soprano),
Neil Mackenzie (tenor), Stuart Macintyre (baritone), BBC Singers, conductor James Morgan
What can artists do to bring about change? British artist Cornelia Parker considers what she and others can usefully contribute without being annexed by the cause. In her research she talks to artists and philosophers, including
Noam Chomsky , Mark Wallinger , Gustav Metzger and Shelley Sacks. Producer Kate Bland
Sian Thomas and Jamie Glover read poetry and prose on the theme of the state of the planet, including works by Ted Hughes , WH Auden, John Clare , Alice Oswald , Rachel Carson and Philip Larkin. With music by Peter Maxwell Davies , John Cage and Mahler. EMAIL: [address removed] For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic
Lucie Skeaping presents a programme devoted to the operatic setting by 17th-century French composer Charpentier of Euripides's great tragedy Medea. The music is considered some of Charpentier's most magnificent and colourful. Producer Rebecca Bean
With Jonathan Swain.
Jan Yngwe Matre Terra 1.13 Benqt Lundin Gloria
1.25 Rachmaninov Glory to God in the Highest (Vespers, Op37No 71.33 Stravinsky Symphony of Psalms
1.54 Schubert Octet in F, D803 2.56 Mozart Piano
Sonata in D, K284 3.28 Hummel Piano Trio in F, Op 22
3.42 Vanhal Symphony in A minor 4.01 Brahms Three Songs for Chorus, Op 42 4.11 Gershwin Piano Medley
4.18 Cimarosa, arr Benjamin Oboe Concerto (arrfor trumpet) 4.29 JC Bach Der Gerechte 4.34 Poot A
Cheerful Overture 4.39 Chopin Scherzo No 4 in E. Op 54
4.51 Bersa Capriccio-Scherzo , Op 25c 5.00 Svendsen Norwegian Artists' Carnival, Op 14 5.07 Grieg Three Pieces (Norwegian Peasant Dances, Op 72)
5.16 Grossman Csardas (Duch Wojewody )
5.25 Pranzer Concert Duo No 4 5.38 Lehar Duet: Wie eine Rosenknospe: Romanze (The Merry Widow)
5.45 Weill Kleine Dreigroschenmusik (excerpts) 5.53
Salieri Overture: La Grotta di Trofonio 6.00 Kabalevsky Suite: Comedians 6.18 Goleminov Five Sketches for strings Strauss Suite in B flat for 13 wind instruments, Op 4