7.00-8.00: Poulenc Salve Regina Polyphony, conductor Stephen Layton
Bach Prelude and Fugue in E flat, BWV876 (Well-Tempered Clavier, Bk 2) Daniel Barenboim (piano)
8.00-9.00: Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Andre Cluytens Slbelius Finlandia-Hymni (Koskenniemi) Kim Borg (bass), Erik Werba (piano)
9.00-10.00: Scarlatti Sonatas: in G; in B minor; in G Mikhail Pletnev (piano)
Massenet Toi! Vous! Oui, C'est Moil (Manon)
Inga Nielsen (soprano), Placido Domingo (tenor),
Danish Radio Sinfonietta, conductor Euguene Kohn
In ancient times, before it came to be considered an art, music was one of the sciences. lain Burnside explores the science of music, with Borodin's
String Quartet No 2 in D, Elgar's Prelude to The
Kingdom and Hindemith's Die Harmonie der Welt. EMAIL: [address removed]
Michael Berkeley 's guest is the bio-geographer Professor Philip Stott. A passionate music lover, he has published several books of recorder music, but his choices today focus on chamber and orchestral works by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Fanny Mendelssohn and Saint-Saens.
Catherine Bott introduces baroque music performed by the Manchester Camerata with violinist
Jennifer Pike and conductor Nicholas Kraemer. Vivaldi The Four Seasons
Telemann Water Music (excerpts) Producer Les Pratt
Emma Kirkby presents for the next five weeks, starting today with requests for some of the great singers of the last century: Sherrill Milnes as Figaro, Kathleen Ferrier as Mad Bess of Bedlam, and a performance by Janet Baker of Mahler's
Kindertotenlieder. Plus a chance to hear Benjamin Britten playing Mozart's Piano Concerto No 12 in A. ADDRESS: Radio 3 Requests, BBC Wales, CF5 2YO
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From Sheffield Cathedral. Introit: Beati
Quorum Via (Mark Blatchly). Responses:
Gabriel Jackson. Psalms: 41, 42, 43 (Stainer,
Wesley, Nicholson). First Lesson: 1 Samuel 18 vv 1-16. Office Hymn: Word of the Father. Source of All Things Living (Christe, Fons Jugis).
Canticles: Edington Service (Grayston Ives ).
Second Lesson: Luke 8 vv 41-56. Anthem: Bless the Lord, 0 My Soul (Jonathan Dove ). Final Hymn: Immortal Love Forever Full (Bishopthorpe).
Organ Voluntary: Preludio (Symphonie 2, Op 26) (Dupre). Master of music Neil Taylor. Assistant master of the music Anthony Gowing.
Stephen Johnson joins the BBC National
Orchestra of Wales and conductor Benjamin Ellin for an exploration of the musical workings of three of Mendelssohn's "symphonic poems": A
Midsummer Night's Dream; Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage, and The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave).
Since its creation by John Eliot Gardiner in 1964, the Monteverdi Choir has been at the forefront of ambitious and innovative programming. Aled Jones is joined by John Eliot Gardiner , and three of the choir's members to talk about its past and present.
David Soul stars in Sam Shepard 's best-known play in which screenwriter Austin's work on a film script is disrupted by the arrival of his elder brother Lee. The differences between successful, creative professional Austin and his brutish, desert-living brother couldn't be more marked. Or could they?
Producer/Director Peter Kavanagh
The artist Jane Wildgoose explores the issues surrounding the possession, scientific analysis and public display of human remains by tracing the history of two human skulls in her own private collection. After inviting counsel from an array of experts in diverse fields, she then takes action to secure an appropriate future for the two skulls. Producers Neil McCarthy and Gregory Whitehead
The Sky Smiles Down
Fiona Shaw and Robert Glenister read poetry and prose on the theme of summer - John Clare 's Shepherd's Calendar and Walt Whitman 's "mad naked summer night"- with music from Gershwin, Delius, Stephen Sondheim , Jean Redpath , Josef Suk and Messiaen. EMAIL: [address removed] For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visit wwwbbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic
Catherine Bott traces the development of the violin concerto in Italy. Producer Rebecca Bean
With Jonathan Swain.
A recital of choral and organ works by Lorentz, Pederson, Geist. Schutz, Tunder and Buxtehude, given by Capella
Henry Du Mont, conducted by Vincent Gregoire , and organist Jean-Luc Thellin 2.48 Greef Humoresque for Orchestra
2.54 Debussy 12 Etudes 3.37 Elgar Sea Pictures. Op 37
4.01 Forqueray La Morangis ou la Plissay (Pieces de Viole)
4.08 Nielsen, arr Dyrst Himlen morknerstor og grum
4.11 Nielsen Folketone (Five Pieces for Piano, Op 3 No 1)
4.13 Ravel Trio in A minor 4.27 Bree Concert Overture in B minor 4.39 Pandolf i Mealli Violin Sonata No 6, Op 3
4.48 Klami Intermezzo 4.53 Mozart Organ Variations over an Allegretto in F, K54 5.00 A Gabrieli Ricercardel VI tono 5.03 Telemann Sonata in C (Der Getreue
Musikmeister) 5.11 Szymanowski Valse Romantique
5.15 Martinu Four Madrigals 5.25 Sibelius Valse Triste
5.31 Handel Oboe Sonata in C minor, Op 1 No 8
5.38 Milko Lazar Prelude 5.46 Verdi TardoperCliAnni, e Temulo (Attila) 5.53 Avison Concerto Grosso No 5 in D minor 6.02 Poulenc Sonata for two pianos
6.25 Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 64 No 5 (Lark)
6.43 Bach Concerto in D minor for two violins, BWV1043