7.00-8.00: Weber Andante e Rondo Ungarese, Op35 Bernard Garfield (bassoon), Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Eugene Ormandy
Vivaldi Veni , Veni Me Sequere Fida (
Juditha Triumphans ) Magdalena Kozena (mezzo), Academia Montis Regalis, director Alessandro De Marchi
8.00-9.00: Debussy, orch Ravel Danse
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Riccardo Chailly Mozart Trio in E flat, K498 (Kegelstatt)
Sabine Meyer (clarinet), Tabea Zimmermann (viola), Hartmut Holl (piano)
9.00-10.00: D Scarlatti Sonata in D minor, Kk90 Duilio Galfetti (mandolin), Paolo Beschi (cello), Luca Pianca (theorbo), Francesco Cera (spinet) Beethoven Piano Sonata in E flat, Op 81a (Les Adieux) Richard Goode
As the Cheltenham Festival approaches, lain Burnside lines up the runners and riders, with excerpts from Elgar's Piano Quintet and Prokofiev's opera The Gambler, plus music by Haydn,
Schubert and Judith Weir. EMAIL: [address removed]
Michael Berkeley 's guest is Edward Gillespie , managing director of Cheltenham Racecourse. His choices range from choral music by Stanford and Carlo Rutti to a string quartet by Herbert Howells , Grieg's Holberg Suite, a tribute to Stephen Foster , and Burt Bacharach 's song She Likes Basketball.
Music for the Annunciation
The first of two programmes for Passiontide, featuring music associated with the Feast of the Annunciation, including works by Robert Parsons and Biber. Presented by Catherine Bott. Producer Rebecca Bean
Emma Kirkby presents listeners' requests, including a selection from a children's opera by Hans Krasa. ADDRESS: Radio 3 Requests, BBC Wales, CF5 2YO
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LIVE live from the Chapel of King's College,
Cambridge, on Passion Sunday. Organ Prelude:
Herzlich thut mich verlangen, BWV727 (Bach).
Introit: My God, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me (Tom Recknell ). Responses: Byrd. Psalm: 51
(Stainer). First Lesson: Lamentations 3, vv19-33. Canticles: All-Night Vigil, Op 37 (Rachmaninov). Second Lesson: Matthew 20, vv17-34. Anthem: Christus Factus Est pro Nobis (Bruckner). Final
Hymn: Of the Glorious Body Telling (Pange Lingua). Organ Voluntary: Pange Lingua (de Grigny). Director of music Stephen Cleobury. Organ scholars Peter Stevens and Tom Kimber.
Stephen Johnson explores some of the ideas behind the music of French composer Henri Dutilleux , particularly his Symphony No 2 (Le
Double). Recorded with BBC National Orchestra of Wales conducted by Thierry Fischer as part of their Discovering Dutilleux festival.
See Performance on 3 on Mon and Tue at 7.00pm
Aled Jones introduces choral settings of the Psalms of David by Vaughan Williams , Tavener, Ives, Bernstein and Bobby McFerrin.
A modern version by Martin Lynch of Ibsen's classic drama. The community in a Catholic region of Belfast is struggling to come to terms with the truth behind the murder of one of their men. One woman, Moya McGovern. is determined to get justice for her murdered brother-in law. But at what cost?
Director Roland Jaquarello
Tim Marlow charts the history of cultural collaboration and examines its importance in the arts today. In addition to recalling the experiments pioneered at Black Mountain College in North
Carolina during the 1930sand 1940s, when musicians. painters and dancers were encouraged to work together, he talks to artist Michael Craig-Martin , director Felix Barrett of theatre group Punchdrunk, and audio artist Robin Rimbaud (alias Scanner), whose collaborative partners range from Radiohead to the Royal Ballet. Ian McMillan , poet and presenter of The Verb, also reveals his belief in working with other artists, ranging from jazz and folk musicians to cartoonists. Producer John Goudie
Seven in all its guises - perverse and inspirational - provides the theme for this week's programme. EMAIL: [address removed]
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic
Handel and Steffani in Hanover
Lucie Skeaping explores Handel's time in Germany and his relationship with Agostino Steffani. Producer Sam Phillips
Presented by Jonathan Swain. Including 1.00 Campra Messe de Requiem Soloists, Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
3.00 Bruckner Symphony No 2 in C minor
4.13 Borodin Polovtsian Dances (Prince Igor)
4.24 Telemann Septet in B flat, TWV44:43
5.00 Grieq Norwegian Dance. Op 35 No 1
6.17 Mendelssohn Symphony No 5 in D (Reformation) For full details visit www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/throughthenight