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: Breakfast

Presented by Suzy Klein. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Smetana Polka in G minor Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia
8.00-9.00: KreislerLa Gitana Handel Qual Nave (Radamisto)
9.00-10.00: Donizetti Prendi , per Me Sei Libero (L'Elisir d'Amore)
Weber, orch Berlioz Invitation to the Dance

Contributors

Presented By: Suzy Klein.
Unknown: Donizetti Prendi

: lain Burnside

Standing in for lain Burnside, Mary King explores how composers have depicted traditional crafts and investigates the extent to which the act of creating music is itself a craft skill. With works by Schubert, Mendelssohn and Dvorak. EMAIL: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Mary King

: Private Passions

Michael Berkeley welcomes Rick Wakeman , keyboard player with progressive rock group Yes, film composer, session musician, and a familiar guest on TV shows such as Grumpy Old Men and Have I Got News for You. Wakeman originally intended to become a concert pianist and his choices reflect a deep love of music from Eastern Europe, including works by Prokofiev, Shostakovich and Arvo Part.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Berkeley
Unknown: Rick Wakeman

: The Early Music Show

Lucie Skeaping presents highlights of a concert given at the York Early Music Festival by La Reverdie in music that traces the composer
Dufay's early Italian journeys. Producer Rebecca Bean

: Radio 3 Requests

Among this week's music chosen by listeners is Bax's First Northern Ballad recorded by Vernon Handley , a selection of Shakespeare's sonnets set by Kabelevsky, and Stanford's concert variations on the theme Down among the Dead Men. Tenor Jonathan Ansell makes a guest request for Bryn Terfel in the role of Elijah. With Chi-chi Nwanoku. ADDRESS: Radio 3 Requests. BBC Wales, CF5 2YO
Phone: [number removed]. email: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Vernon Handley
Tenor: Jonathan Ansell

: Choral Vespers

Another chance to hear Wednesday's service from the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool. Organ Prelude: (Suite Medievale) (Langlais). Introit: A Child's Prayer.
James MacMillan. Responses: Philip Stopford. Office
Hymn: 0 God, Whose Hand Hath Spread the Sky (Coeli Deus Sanctissime). Psalm: 27 (Martin
Cooke) New Testament Canticle: Colossians 1, vv12-20, (Parratt). Lesson: James 1, vv22-27.
Homily: Archbishop John Onaiyekam. Anthem: Let All the World (Leighton). Magnificat (James MacMillan ). Final Hymn: Hail Redeemer, King
Divine. Motet: Salve Regina (Timothy Noon). Organ Voluntary: Festival Fanfare (Leighton). Director of music Timothy Noon. Organist Richard Lea.

Contributors

Unknown: James MacMillan.
Unknown: John Onaiyekam.
Unknown: James MacMillan
Organist: Timothy Noon.
Organist: Richard Lea.

: Discoverin 9 Music

Charles Haziewood is joined by the quintet Tango Volcano and members of the BBC Concert
Orchestra to delve into the world of the tango.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Haziewood

: The Choir

Aled Jones with a second selection of highlights from last weekend's BBC Radio 3 Choir of the Year category finals, helped by choral conductor
Deborah Catterall. Today they reveal the six choirs who have won a place in next month's Grand Final.

Contributors

Unknown: Aled Jones
Conductor: Deborah Catterall.

: Drama on 3: The Pattern of Painful Adventures

By Stephen Wakelam.
Drama set in 1607, following Shakespeare as his life reaches a turning point. Business is going well, but he needs a collaborator for his latest play. To complicate matters, his daughter is getting married, and his brother has a sick child and needs a job.
(Shakespeare's Pericles is broadcast next Sunday at 8pm)

Contributors

Writer: Stephen Wakelam.
Producer/Director: Jeremy Mortimer
William Shakespeare: Antony Sher
Jack Robinson: Will Keen
John Marston: Stephen Critchlow
George Wilkins: Chris Pavlo
Susannah Shakespeare: Helen Longworth
Richard Burbage: John Rowe
William Ostler/Robert Johnson: Robert Lonsdale
Edmund Shakespeare: Joseph Kloska

: Sunday Feature: Buying a Culture in Abu Dhabi

Anthony Sattin explores attempts by Abu Dhabi to buy itself a new culture. One of the most ambitious projects is Sadiyaat, the creation of a culture island on which vast new museums and performance spaces - created by architects Frank Gehry ,
Norman Foster , Zaha Hadid and Jean Nouvel - are rising Out of the dust. Producer Sara Jane Hall

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Sattin
Unknown: Abu Dhabi
Unknown: Frank Gehry
Unknown: Norman Foster
Unknown: Zaha Hadid
Unknown: Jean Nouvel
Producer: Sara Jane Hall

: Words and Music

The Feast. Alison Steadman reads a selection of culinary verse, including Moules a la Marinière by Elizabeth Garrett , Since by WH Auden and Chocs by Carol Ann Duffy. Timothy West feasts on Tony Harrison 's A Kumquat for John Keats ,
Hillaire Belloc 's On Food and Elizabeth Bishop 's The Fish. Music includes Schubert, Binchois and Fats Waller. EMAIL: [address removed]
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic

Contributors

Unknown: Alison Steadman
Unknown: Elizabeth Garrett
Unknown: Carol Ann Duffy.
Unknown: Timothy West
Unknown: Tony Harrison
Unknown: John Keats
Unknown: Hillaire Belloc
Unknown: Elizabeth Bishop
Unknown: Fats Waller.

: Jazz Line-Up

Concerts by the Alec Dankworth Sextet , with his
Spanish project, and the Neil Cowley Trio , recorded at the Southbank Centre's Clore Ballroom as part of the London Jazz Festival, Producer Sushil Dade

Contributors

Unknown: Alec Dankworth Sextet
Unknown: Neil Cowley Trio
Producer: Sushil Dade

: Through the Night

Presented by Susan Sharpe.
Mahler Symphony No 3 2.35 Schubert Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, D965 2.46 Luython Lamentationes Hieremiae Prophetae a 6 3.06 Roussel Piano Trio in E flat, Op 2
3.35 Martinu Suite: La Revue de Cuisine 3.50 Stravinsky Three Pieces for clarinet solo 3.55 Musorgky The
Seminarist 3.59 Borodin Ni sna, ni otdikha (Prince Igor)
4.07 Cesti Sciolta il Crin; D'esser Pazzo (Orontea)
4.16 Kraus Symphony in C 4.30 Alfven Suite: Gustav Adolf Op 49 4.45 Nielsen Overture: Maskarade
4.51 Faure Nocturne No 7 in C sharp minor, Op 77
5.00 Auric Suite: Dead of Night 5.06 Poulenc, arr
Berkeley Flute Sonata 5.19 Pez Passacaglia and Aria (Concerto Pastorella in F for two recorders, strings and continuo) 5.28 Carissimi Dixit Dominus
5.42 D Scarlatti Sonata in D, Kk96 5.47 Delius Intermezzo (Fennimore and Gerda) 5.53 Agay Five Easy Dances for wind quintet 6.01 Mozart Violin Sonata in G, K301
6.15 Telemann Grand Motet: Deus Judicium Tuum Regi Da (Psalm 71) 6.36 Morales Motet: Andreas Christi Famulus
6.43 Boccherini Cello Concerto in D, G479

Contributors

Presented By: Susan Sharpe.
Unknown: Schubert Der Hirt
Unknown: Luython Lamentationes Hieremiae
Unknown: Cesti Sciolta
Unknown: Kraus Symphony
Unknown: Carissimi Dixit Dominus
Unknown: Scarlatti Sonata
Unknown: Andreas Christi Famulus








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