With Paul Guinery.
7.02 Anon Ires Doulx Compains
7.06 Mozart Symphony No 36 in C, K425 (Linz)
7.38 Bach Church Cantatas:
Bach Cantata No 169: Gott Soil Allein
Mein Herze Haben
8.05 Berlioz Prière du Matin, Op 19 No 4
8.10 Machaut Lai de Contort
(S'Onques Douleureusement) Producer Antony Pitts
With Paul Guinery.
Sir Peter Hall previews the week ahead.
Glazunov Autumn (The Seasons) Scottish NO, conductor Neeme Jarvi
9.14 Artist of the Week:
Moura Lympany (piano)
Chamlnade Automne , Op 35 No 2
9.21 Vivaldi Concerto in D minor for two violins, RV565
Kenneth Sillito and Pinchas Zukerman , English Chamber Orchestra
9.33 Saint-Sains Air; Bacchanale
(Samson et Dalila) Montreal SO, conductor Charles Dutoit
9.41 Grainger Goodbye to Love (arr
Gibbs); Died for Love; The Power of Love Soloists, Polyphony, conductor Stephen Layton
9.52 Hoist Two Dances
Anthony Goldstone and Caroline Clemmow (piano duet)
10.01 Bellini Oboe Concerto in E flat
Roger Lord , ASMF, conductor Neville Marriner
10.16 Composer of the Week:
Smetana Shakespeare Funeral March Slovak RSO Bratislava, conductor Robert Satanowski
10.24 Bach Mass in B minor, BWV232 (Kyrie)
Soloists, Netherlands Chamber Choir,
Orchestra of the 18th Century, conductor Frans Bruggen
10.44 Finzi Eclogue
Howard Shelley (piano), City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
10.55 Wagner Symphony in E (1st mvt) Philadelphia Orchestra, conductor Wolfgang Sawallisch
11.17 Butterworth, orch Baker Six Songs from "A Shropshire Lad" Stephen Varcoe (baritone), City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
11.34 Weber Invitation to the Dance
Philip Fowke (piano)
11.46 Foerster Suite:
Prague Symphony Orchestra, conductor Vaclav Smetacek Producer Piers Burton-Page E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Repeated from yesterday 5.45pm
An eight-part series in which Leslie Forbes samples French culture through regional cuisine.
3: Oeufs en Meurette
The streets of Dijon are alive with odours - the smells of spiced cake, garlic, and wine sauces that have been present for generations. Leslie Forbes joins celebrated chef Jean-
Pierre Billoux and the Seysses - father and son - at their vineyard in Burgundy. Over a dish of oeufs en meurette - eggs in red wine sauce - she discovers the significance of memory in taste and smell.
Maria Oran (soprano),
Tenerife Symphony Orchestra, conductor Victor Pablo Perez
Gerhard Don Quixote Ravel Sheherazade
Stravinsky Suite: The Firebird (1945) A concert given last week at the Queen
Elizabeth Hall London. See also tomorrow
The third of five programmes taking an affectionate look at Choral Evensong. Next programme tomorrow 3.40pm
Fresh from his triumphs in Handel's Theodora at Glyndebourne and Semele at the Proms, American conductor William Christie talks to
Michelene Wandor about the dramatic element in Baroque music both secular and sacred.
Producer Lindsay Kemp
Penny Gore introduces a recital by the Endellion Quartet .
Beethoven String Quartet in B flat, Op 18 No 6
Berg Lyric Suite
Schumann String Quartet in A minor, Op 41 No I Repeat
THE THIRD AT 50
In the second of three documentaries charting the history of the Third
Programme and Radio 3, Humphrey Carpenter investigates how the Third captured the intellectual high-ground with talks by the likes of Isaiah Berlin and Bertrand Russell. The Hilda Tablet plays of Henry Reed offered a lighter touch, and the Third broadcast one of the most famous programmes ever - Under Milk Wood. In 1957, cuts to the Third provoked a high-profile protest campaign. Today's programme includes the first broadcast of a speech by TS Eliot as part of the protest, in which he defends the rights of those who prefer the symphony orchestra to the dance band.
Meanwhile, the arrival of William Glock brought more contemporary European music to the network, leading to rumours that some British composers were specifically excluded.
Three works - a sparkling overture and two ballet suites - show how
Gerhard's development as a composer was affected by his native Catalan traditions. Conductor Nicholas Cleobury Gerhard Lamparilla Overture: Suite: Alegrias; Suite: Pandora
Robert Hardy stars as Sir John Falstaff , Shakespeare's greatest comic creation, who sees it as his duty to educate Hal - the young Prince of Wales - in the vices of the tavern. When Hotspur leads a rebellion against the king, Henry despairs of his son's degradation and neglect of duty. The time has come for Hal to redeem himself. Part Two is broadcast next Sunday.
Musicians Sue Baxendale ,
Elizabeth Brierley , Steven Magee , Alan Morrison and Valerie Stark. Composer Paddy Cuneen. Director Michael Fox.
Despite its success during Berlioz's lifetime, his youthful Messe Solennelle lay undiscovered in an Antwerp church for more than 100 years. Brian Wright introduces John Eliot Gardiner 's recording of a work which won the composer unanimous critical acclaim at its first performance in 1825. Berlioz Messe Solennelle
Donna Braun (soprano), Jean-Luc Viala (tenor), Gilles Cachemaille (bass), Monteverdi Choir , Orchestre
Révolutionnaire et Romantique, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
Producer Antony Pitts Discs
Music from Bhutan
Sara Nuttall introduces music from the ancient Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan: excerpts from Buddhist religious festivals, musical gatherings and love songs, and the sound of the dramnyen - the Bhutanese lute - which the goddess Lama Yangchenma played as she rose from the River Ganges, sitting on a lotus flower. Repeat
Building a Library
Revised repeat from yesterday 9.00am
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Chausson Le Roi Arthus
Sofia Chamber Choir ,
Russian Academy Choir , Vienna Philharmonic, conductor Marcello Viotti
3.30 Alexei Lyubimov (piano) Mozart
Piano Sonata in D, K311 Ustvol'skaya Piano Sonata No 3 Debussy Suite:
Pour le Piano Schubert Impromptus: D899 Nos 2, 3 and 4; D935 Nos 3 and 4 5.00 Sequence