7.00-8.30: Brahms Waltzes , Op3Nos 1, 2,5, 6, 10, 14, and 15 Dinu Lipatti and Nadia Boulanger (pianos) Rossini String Sonata No 1 in G Bologna Civic
Theatre Orchestra, conductor Riccardo Chailly
Handel Tra le Fiamme Magdalena Kozena (mezzo), Les Musiciens du Louvre, director Marc Minkowski
8.30-10.00: Sairrt-SaensSeptef/n E, Op 65 Thomas Stevens (trumpet), Julie Rosenfeld and AniKavafian (violins), Toby Hoffman , (viola), Carter Brey (cello), Jack Kulowitsch (double bass), Andre Previn (piano)
Mozart Symphony No 31 in D, K297 (Paris) Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor James Levine
Puccini Viene la Sera (Madama Butterfly)
Mirella Freni (soprano), Luciano Pavarotti (tenor), Vienna PO, conductor Herbert von Karajan
An overview of music and musicians associated with the culturally rich city of Vienna. Included are Schoenberg's Suite for piano and Godowsky's transcription of Johann Strauss 's Wine, Women and Song. EMAIL: [address removed]
Michael Berkeley is joined by economist Terry Burns , a former Permanent Secretary to the Treasury. A keen music-lover, Burns is now chairman of the board of governors of the Royal Academy of Music. His choices include excerpts from Purcell's Fairy Queen, Monteverdi's Vespers and a Bach cantata conducted by John Eliot
Gardiner. Beethoven's Fifth Symphony conducted by Toscanini and Mozart's Marriage of Figaro conducted by Carlos Kleiber.
Lufthansa Festival 2008
2/2. Music by Concordia recorded at this year's
Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music. Soprano Elin Manahan Thomas joins the group as they perform pieces composed during the English Civil War by William Lawes and John Jenkins , contrasted with consort songs and music by Henry Purcell and Orlando Gibbons. With Lucie Skeaping. Producer Chris Wines
Chi-chi Nwanoku presents listeners' favourites. ADDRESS: Radio 3 Requests. BBC Wales, CF5 2YQ
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From Manchester Cathedral. Introit:
Tibi Laus , Tibi Gloria (Philips). Responses: Martin Bussey. Office Hymn: 0 Blest Creator of the Light (Lucis Creator). Psalm: 119, w73-104 (Hopkins, Attwood, Monk, Parry). First Lesson: Amos 9, vv 5-15. Canticles: The Great Service (Parry). Second Lesson: Ephesians 6, vv 1-20. Anthem: I Saw the Lord (Stainer). Final Hymn: I Bind unto Myself Today (St Patrick's Breastplate). Organ Voluntary: Hymne d'Actions de Graces - Te Deum (Langlais). Organist and master of the choristers Christopher Stokes. Sub-organist Jeffrey Makinson.
Stephen Johnson is joined by the BBC
Philharmonic and conductor Petri Sakari for an exploration of two of Sibelius's most gripping tone poems: Night Ride and Sunrise, and The Swan of Tuone/a, the most famous part of the composer's Lemminkainen Suite.
Aled Jones plays a selection of contemporary works inspired by plainsong, and Durufle's Requiem.
Universal A&R executive Tom Lewis and members of the Mediaeval Baebes also appear, explaining how their current projects fit in to the resurgence of interest in this traditional form.
By David Hare.
Nadia, a war reporter-turned-academic, lives a settled life with her English boyfriend - but when she visits his home and meets his lethally charming father for the first time, her political opinions and relationship come under great strain.
Producer Catherine Bailey ; Director Jeremy Herrin
Biographer John Worthen explores DH Lawrence's retreat to Cornwall in 1916 following the controversy over his novel The Rainbow. Worthen talks to fellow Lawrence scholars Fiona Becket , Mark Kinkead -
Weekes and Christopher Pollnitz about the impact of this period on Lawrence's life and work. Producer Richard Bannerman
Chains of Desire
A sequence of poems, prose and letters read by actors Neil Pearson and Clare Higgins interspersed with music, all connected by the theme of erotic love.
Lucie Skeaping explores Bach's time in Leipzig, his home from 1723 until his death in 1750.
With Susan Sharpe.
A concert of choral songs by Vaughan Williams , Britten,
Tavener, Bo Holten , Jaakko Mantyjarvi and Frank Martin performed by Polyphony, conductor Stephen Layton
1.52 Glinka Memories of a Summer Night in Madrid
(Spanish Overture No2) 2.02 RachmaninovSymphon/No2 in E minor 2.59 Ravel Gaspard de la Nuit 3.20 Debussy, arr Kocsis Arabesque No 2; Mazurka 3.25 Chopin, arr Kocsis Nocturne in E flat, Op 55 No 2 3.32 CPE Bach Concerto in F for two harpsichords 3.55 Verdi String Quartet in E minor 4.19 Canteloube Three Songs from
Chants de France 4.27 Saint-Saens Cello Concerto No 1 in A minor 4.49 Corelli, arr Thomas Billington Concerto in C. Op 6 No 10 5.00 Schubert Overture: Des Teufels
Lustschloss 5.09 Mendelssohn, arr Rachmaninov Scherzo (A Midsummer Night's Dream) 5.14 Weber Rondo Brillante in E flat. Op 62 (La Gaiete) 5.21 Mozart Exsultate, Jubilate, K165 5.36 Sweelinck Psalm 23 (Thysius Lute Book)
5.39 Scheidt Three Symphoniae for violins and continuo
5.44 Handel Sonata in F.OplNo 5, HWV363a 5.52 Wiren
Serenade for Strings, Op 116.07 BartoK arr Zoltan Szekely Romanian Folk Dances 6.13 Tchaikovsky The Tempest. Op 18 6.36 Berwald Piano Quintet No 1 C C minor, Op 5