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: Handel Week: Breakfast

Martin Handley invites listeners to request their favourite moments from Handel's prolific output.

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Handley

: Handel Week: Sunday Morning with Iain Burnside

As part of Radio 3's Handel week, conductor Christian Curnyn joins lain to present music by the composer himself, and by others influenced by him. EMAIL: [address removed]

Contributors

Conductor: Christian Curnyn

: Private Passions

Michael Berkeley recalls nine previous guests Nho are passionate about aspects of Handel's music. They are the Bishop of Durham Tom
Wright, writers David Almond , Kirsty Gunn , Patrick Gale and Janice Galloway , cartoonist Posy Simmonds , journalist Fergal Keane and actor Dominic West , not to mention the National Theatre of Brent, who perform the Hallelujah chorus.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Berkeley
Unknown: David Almond
Unknown: Kirsty Gunn
Unknown: Patrick Gale
Unknown: Janice Galloway
Unknown: Posy Simmonds
Unknown: Fergal Keane
Unknown: Dominic West

: Handel Week: The Early Music Show

Catherine Bott talks to harpsichordist
Laurence Cummings about Handel's work as both a virtuoso keyboard player and as a composer for the keyboard. Producer Rebecca Bean

Contributors

Talks: Catherine Bott
Harpsichordist: Laurence Cummings
Producer: Rebecca Bean

: Handel Week: Radio 3 Requests

Chi-chi Nwanoku presents a selection of listeners' favourite works by Handel. ADDRESS: Radio 3 Requests. BBC Wales, CF5 2YO
Phone: [number removed]. email: radio3requests3>bbc.co.uk

: Handel Week: Choral Evensong

From St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. Introit: This Joyful Eastertide (arr Wood).
Responses: Rose. Office Hymn: Come Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain (Ave virgo virginum). Psalm: 118 (Stanford). First Lesson: Isaiah 25, vv6-9.
Canticles: Dyson in D. Second Lesson: Luke 24, vv13-35. Anthems: I Know That My Redeemer Liveth; Since by Man Came Death; Hallelujah (Handel). Final Hymn: Thine Be the Glory
(Maccabaeus). Organ Voluntary: Grand Choeur alia Handel (Guilmant). Director of music Timothy Byram-Wigfield . Assistant organist Ben Giddens.

Contributors

Music: Timothy Byram-Wigfield
Organist: Ben Giddens.

: Handel Week: Discovering MusicHandel Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne.

Charles Hazlewood visits St James's,
Piccadilly, in the heart of Handel's London, to explore the composer's Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne. Joining him are soloists Rebecca Outram , lestyn Davies , Michael George , a small chorus and the period ensemble Harmonieband.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Hazlewood
Soloists: Rebecca Outram
Soloists: Lestyn Davies
Soloists: Michael George

: Handel Week: The Choir

Aled Jones investigates Handel's time as composer-in-residence at Cannons, the Edgware home of James Brydges , Earl of Carnarvon, where he produced his 11 Chandos Anthems.

Contributors

Unknown: Aled Jones
Unknown: James Brydges

: Drama on 3: A Small Family Business

In celebration of Alan Ayckbourn 's 70th birthday, Martin Jarvis directs the playwright's
1987 comedy. From small, seemingly insignificant acts, the gradual corruption of an entire family echoes the current economic and financial climate.
Director Martin Jarvis

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Ayckbourn
Unknown: Martin Jarvis
Director: Martin Jarvis
Jack: Alfred Molina
Benedict: Adam Godley
Poppy: Rosalind Ayres
Anita: Joanne Whalley
Ken: Roy Dotrice
Yvonne: Millicent Martin
Desmond: Julian Sands
Harriet: Jill Gascoine
Cliff: Kenneth Danziger
Roy: Darren Richardson
Tina: Moira Quirk
Samantha: Fuschia Sumner
The Five Rivetti Brothers: Matthew Wolf

: Handel Week: Sunday Feature: LiquidAssets - Tracing Handel's Thousands

Peter Day explores the early 18th century, when London was experiencing unparalleled financial growth. Enter George Frideric Handel , a young composer and impresario, about to set London alight with music of limitless energy and beauty. Handel quickly discovered the newly emerging stock market and went on to play it with a dash and verve that would be the envy of today's speculators. Peter Day talks to Handel experts and economic historians and pores over Handel's accounts. Producer Paul Frankl

Contributors

Unknown: George Frideric Handel
Producer: Paul Frankl

: Handel Week: Words and Music

I Handel's Divas. In his London operas, I Handel provided vehicles for the most famous singers, many brought over from Italy. The rivalries between singers such as Senesino, Farinelli, Cuzzoni and Faustina were played out in public. Geraldine James and Michael Maloney read excerpts from journals, newspapers, letters and poetry of the time, about the highs and lows of opera and oratorio performances in London. EMAIL: wordsandmusic@bbc.co.uk
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic

Contributors

Unknown: Geraldine James
Unknown: Michael Maloney

: Jazz Line-Up

Cheltenham Jazz Festival artistic director
Tony Dudley Evans chats to Julian Joseph about this year's highlights, which include Hugh Masekela , guitarist Pat Martino , clarinettist Don Byron and drummer Jack DeJohnette. And in the studio, vocalist Lea DeLaria brings her cool swing approach to jazz. Plus an improvisation on a theme by Handel performed by pianist Gwilym Simcock. Producer Keith Loxam

Contributors

Director: Tony Dudley Evans
Unknown: Julian Joseph
Guitarist: Hugh Masekela
Clarinettist: Pat Martino
Clarinettist: Don Byron
Unknown: Jack Dejohnette.
Unknown: Lea Delaria
Pianist: Gwilym SimcOck.
Producer: Keith Loxam

: Through the Night

With Susan Sharpe.
Chopin Piano Concerto No 2 in F minor Sibelius
Symphony No 2 2.16 Orff In Trutina (Carmina Burana)
2.18 Brahms, arr Lee Wiegenlied , Op 49 No 4
2.20 Strauss, arr Mackay Morgen , Op 27 No 4
2.24 Fruhlinq Clarinet Trio, Op 40 2.52 D Scarlatti Sonata in C, Kk159 2.55 Gluck, arr Kempff Orpheus 's Lament; Dance of the Blessed Spirits (Orfeo ed Euridice)
3.00 Jonqen Ouatre pieces, Op 37 3.30 Schirtz
Freuet euch des Herren, SWV367 3.36 Muffat Violin Sonata 3.49 Kalman Komm Zigany; Czardas (Grafin Mariza) 3.55 Moniuszko Gypsy Dance (The Gypsies)
4.00 Liszt Hungarian Rhapsodies: No 6 in D flat; No 12 in C sharp minor 4.17 Kodaly My Heart Is
Breaking; In the Cornfields 4.26 Glick Oboe Sonata
4.43 Vladiqerov Divertimento 5.00 Purcell Trio Sonata No 9 in F (Golden Sonata) 5.08 Gorczycki Missa Paschalis
5.23 Norman 2 CharaktersWcke, Op 1 5.34 Glinka
Valse-fantaisie in B minor 5.42 Glazunov Albumblatt in D flat 5.47 Pfitzner Symphony No 2 6.05 Byrd Echo Galliard 6.07 Vivaldi Concerto in C, RVII4
6.14 Baranovic Suite: Gingerbread Heart 6.29 WF Bach Flute Duet No 6 in G, F59 6.41 Jonas Tamulionis Domestic Psalms 6.49 Barber Adagio for Strings

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Sharpe.
Unknown: Lee Wiegenlied
Unknown: MacKay Morgen
Unknown: Kempff Orpheus








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