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: Alistair Appleton

Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Janacek Overture: Jealousy Czech PO, conductor Charles Mackerras
Ravel Violin Sonata Frank Peter Zimmermann , Alexander Lonquich (piano)
8.00-9.00: Beethoven Overture: The Creatures of Prometheus Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, conductor Daniel Harding
Lassus Missa Bell' Amfitrit' Altera (excerpt) Choir of Westminster Cathedral, conductor James O'Donnell
9.00-10D0: Bach Cantata No86. Wahrlich, wahrlich, ich sage euch Soloists, Amsterdam Baroque Choir and Orchestra, conductor Ton Koopman
Copland Suite: The Red Pony Dallas Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Litton

Contributors

Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Unknown: Frank Peter Zimmermann
Piano: Alexander Lonquich
Conductor: Daniel Harding
Conductor: James O'Donnell
Conductor: Ton Koopman
Conductor: Andrew Litton

: lain Burnside

This week choreographer and director
Will Tuckett shows lain Burnside some fancy footwork, with music that includes Vaughan Williams 's Job: a Masque for Dancing and Stravinsky's Three
Movements from Petrushka. EMAIL:[address removed]

Contributors

Director: Will Tuckett
Unknown: Vaughan Williams

: Private Passions

Michael Berkeley talks to Colin Low , chairman of the RNIB, professor of law and criminology, and a tireless campaigner for the rights of people with disabilities. His choices include songs by Schumann, Wolf, Quilter and Warlock, and piano music by Schumann, Godowsky and Messiaen, as well as a little-known orchestral work by Percy Grainger and an excerpt from Wagner's Die Walkure.

Contributors

Talks: Michael Berkeley
Unknown: Colin Low
Unknown: Percy Grainger

: The Early Music Show

Lucie Skeaping meets violinist Rachel Podger , who gives her thoughts on her relationship with the Baroque violin. Producer Chris Wines

Contributors

Violinist: Rachel Podger

: Radio 3 Requests

Chi-chi Nwanoku introduces music by Tchaikovsky, Mozart and Peter Skellern. Today's guest request comes from trumpeter Alison Balsom , who wants to hear Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No 5. ADDRESS: Radio 3 Requests, BBC Wales, CF5 2YO
Phone: [number removed] (calls from a landline cost no more than 8p per min) EMAIL: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Skellern.
Unknown: Alison Balsom

: Choral Evensong

From Bristol Cathedral. Introit: Hail,
Gladdening Light (David Bednall ). Responses: John Sanders. Psalms: 65, 67 (Murrill, Vann,
Sumsion). First Lesson: Deuteronomy 28, vvl-6; 8-10. Office Hymn: Now the Green Blade Riseth (Noel Nouvelet ). Canticles: Howells in B minor.
Second Lesson: John 4, vv31-38. Anthem: Light Out of Darkness (Elgar). Homily: The Very Rev
Robert Grimley. Final Hymn: For the Fruits of His Creation (East Acklam). Organ Voluntary: Sonata in G (1st mvt) (Elgar). Assistant organist Paul Walton. Director of music Mark Lee

Contributors

Unknown: David Bednall
Unknown: John Sanders.
Unknown: Noel Nouvelet
Unknown: Robert Grimley.
Organist: Paul Walton.
Music: Mark Lee

: Discovering Music

The Rhinelands inspired Robert Schumann and gave rise to his joyous Symphony No 3 in E flat (Rhenish), which is here considered by Stephen Johnson with the BBC NOW conducted by Thierry Fischer.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Schumann
Unknown: Stephen Johnson
Conducted By: Thierry Fischer.

: The Choir

Aled Jones dives into the competitive world of American university a cappella singing, where traditional choral music is being ousted by the sounds of Oasis and Ozzy Osbourne.

Contributors

Unknown: Aled Jones
Unknown: Ozzy Osbourne.

: Drama on 3: Professor Bernhardi

By Arthur Schnitzler. In the Vienna of 1900, a distinguished Jewish doctor prevents a Catholic priest administering last rites to a dying patient.
His actions provoke a political witch-hunt, leading to the professor's trial and imprisonment. Set among the top-hatted intelligentsia of Freud's Vienna, Schnitzler's play exposes the mire of prejudice beneath its glittering surface. It is both a moral thriller and a comedy, populated by a gallery of roguish, warring politicians and doctors, and shot through with great satirical humour. The cast includes Christopher Godwin , Dale Rapley ,
John Stahl , Andrew Woodall , John Dougall , Justin Salinger , Andrew Havill , Mark Lockyer , Tom Godwin , David Horovitch , Geoffrey Beevers , Sophie Roberts and Rachel Atkins. Producer Mark Rosenblatt

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Schnitzler.
Unknown: Christopher Godwin
Unknown: Dale Rapley
Unknown: John Stahl
Unknown: Andrew Woodall
Unknown: John Dougall
Unknown: Justin Salinger
Unknown: Andrew Havill
Unknown: Mark Lockyer
Unknown: Tom Godwin
Unknown: David Horovitch
Unknown: Geoffrey Beevers
Unknown: Sophie Roberts
Unknown: Rachel Atkins.
Producer: Mark Rosenblatt

: Sunday Feature: The Splintered City:the Halifax Harbour Explosion, 1917

Sean Street tells the story of the biggest man-made explosion prior to the atomic bomb, when a munitions ship and a refugee relief vessel collided and Halifax, Nova Scotia , was devastated. Two thousand people were killed, many thousands more were injured and the world was changed.
The event initiated both the first global response to a disaster and the academic study of catastrophe. It contributed to the development of nuclear weapons, yet triggered a highly creative cultural and artistic response. Sean Street visits the scene of the disaster and explores its causes and contradictions and, 90 years on, meets some of the survivors who still remember, producer Julian May

Contributors

Unknown: Sean Street
Unknown: Nova Scotia
Unknown: Sean Street

: Words and Music

Dominic West and Samantha Morton read poetry on a theme of the spirit world, including haunting verse by Shakespeare, Thomas Hardy , John Keats , Robert Graves and Emily Dickinson.

Contributors

Unknown: Samantha Morton
Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Unknown: John Keats
Unknown: Robert Graves
Unknown: Emily Dickinson.

: The Early Music Show

Catherine Bott presents a programme devoted to the music Of Antonio Caldara. Producer Rebecca Bean

Contributors

Unknown: Catherine Bott
Unknown: Antonio Caldara.
Producer: Rebecca Bean

: Through the Night

With John Shea.
Grechaninov Liturgia Domestica, Op 79 2.15 Mattheson Sonata No 7 for three flutes, Op 1 No 4 2.20 Brahms Violin Concerto in D 3.05 Dvorak Bagatelles, Op 47
3.20 Szymanowski Twelve Etudes, Op 33 3.35 Lotti Sonata in F for two oboes, bassoon and continuo (Echo Sonate) 145 Buxtehude Passacaglia in D minor, BuxWV161
4.00 Faure Nocturne in B, Op 33 No 2 4.05 Andriessen Qui Habitat 4.15 Martinu Variations on a Slovak Theme
4.25 Rosenmuller Sonata Quarta a 3 (Sonate) 4.30 Verdi Overture: Sicilian Vespers 4.40 Elgar Serenade in E minor for strings. Op 20 4.50 Kuljeric Toccata for vibraphone and piano 5.00 Schreker Valse Lente 5.15 Mendelssohn Denn er hat seinen Engeln befohlen (Elijah) 5.20 Mozart Fantasy in C minor, K396; Overture: The Abduction from the Seraglio 5.35 Anon Middle Age Suite 5.45 Schumann Fugue No 5 in F (Sechs Fugen Ober BACH, Op 60)
5.50 Grainger To a Nordic Princess 6.00 Grainger, arr Peter Sculthorpe Beautiful Fresh Flower (Chinese Melody)

Contributors

Unknown: John Shea.








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