With Penny Gore.
Brahms Variations on a Theme by Haydn (St Antoni Chorale)
7.05 Albinoni Concerto in C for
Trumpet, Three Oboes, Bassoon and Continuo
7.32 Mater Ora Filium
7.45 Verdi Era Piu Calmo ?; Mi
Parea: Ave Maria (Otello, Act 4)
8.05 Gershwin Sweet and Low-Down;
Novellette in Fourths; So Am I
8.19 Berwald Grand Septet in B flat Editor Andrew Lyle
With Penny Gore.
Introduced by Malcom Bruno. Esterhazy Singers, conductor Nicholas Bannan
William Billings A Virgin Unspotted Gruber Silent Night
Jeremiah Ingalls Glory to God on High Next programme tomorrow 8.50am
This week. Peter Hobday features Dvorak's concertos.
Rossini Overture: Semiramide
Turin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Herbert von Karajan
9.12 Refice Ombra di Nube
Claudia Muzio (soprano),
Orchestra, conducted by the composer
9.16 Dvorak Cello Concerto in B minor
Berlin Philharmonic , conductor Herbert von Karajan
Producer Tony Cheevers Discs
With Chris Wines.
Walter Delahunt (piano)
10.04 Artist of the Week:
Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo) Bizet Chant d Amour
Myung Whun-Chung (piano)
10.08 Ravel Tzigane Chantal Juillet (violin), Pascal Roge (piano)
10.20 Enesco Romanian Rhapsody No 2
London Symphony Orchestra. conductor Antal Dorati
10.38 Schubert String Trio in B flat (Allegro) Raphael Ensemble
10.51 Berlioz La Morte d'Ophelie Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo),
Myung-Whun Chung (piano)
11.07 Bruckner String Quintet in F (original version)
Raphael Ensemble Producer Chris Wines
For Robert Simpson , symphonic music is "the supreme challenge". To celebrate the composer's 75th birthday. Stephen Johnson explores the many facets of what symphonic music means to Simpson, and arrives at a portrait of one of the great individuals in the music of the late 20th century.
1: Beginnings and Reversals Movement, progression and development have been lifelong fascinations for Robert Simpson. But movement can be deceptive. especially when composers start playing tricks with mirrors.
Stephen Johnson illustrates this idea with two vigorous and abundantly tuneful early works. String Quartet No 1 Delme Quartet Symphony No 2
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. conductor Vernon Handley Producer Jeremy Hayes
Repeated next Monday 11.30pm
From St John 's, Smith
Haydn String Quartet in G, Op 54 No 1 Berg Lyric Suite
Repeated next Sunday 6.30pm
Conductor Van Pascal Tortelier ,
Manchester Boys' Choir Rodney Bennett Partita Ravel, orch Torteller Trio Hoist Suite: The Planets
Spotlight on Ann Murray
The Irish mezzo talks to lain Burnside about her life and career and makes her own selection from among her many distinguished recordings. Repeated from last Wednesday
Humphrey Lyttleton has said that the baritone sax is less pliable than the tenor or alto, making it harder to achieve that instantly recognisable tone of voice that is essential to jazz distinction. But in the fourth of five programmes exploring the history of the saxophone, John Surman finds that individuality in players including Joe Temperley , Hamiett Bluiett and Gary Smulyan.
Tommy Pearson begins a week of interviews with celebrity guests. Today, he talks to conductor and pianist Andre Previn.
Producer Christina Pritchard
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With Andrew Green , including
Grieg Once upon a Time, Op 71 No 1 (Lyric Pieces)
Andrei Gavrilov (piano)
6.05 Haydn Gloria (Harmoniemesse) Namur Chamber Choir. La Petite
Bande, conductor Sigiswald Kujiken
6.40 Debussy La Damoiselle Elue Lille National Orchestra, conductor Jean Claude Casadesus
7.05 Wolf Verbogenheit (Morike Lieder)
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Producer Patrick Lambert
The second of the Philharmonia's concert series featuring the major works of Gyorgy Ligeti.
Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen, Charlotte Hellekant (mezzo), Alice Coote (mezzo),London Sinfonietta Voices.
Debussy Le Martyre de St Sebastien
8.20 Fifty Years Later
Anita Lasker-Wallfisch's reminiscences of playing the cello in the camp orchestras of Auschwitz and Belsen were published as "Inherit the Truth". What did she discover about this generation's knowledge? (Repeat)
8.40 Ligeti Requiem
The Enduring World of the Innu
James Wilson follows Pien Penashue and his family as they hunt and fish across the sub-Arctic reaches of the Labrador peninsula. The region is so remote that their ceremonies, stories and habits are as they were at the moment of European contact.
1: Tossing The Fishjaw to Increase the Catch and How the Bear Survives
Producer Louise Greenberg
Kamuke, a traditional piece for Japanese shakuhachi, played by Yoshikaza Iwamoto.
Tadao Sawai Gaku the composer (koto)
Introduced by Penny Gore . Emperor Quartet
Haydn String Quartet in F sharp minor, Op 54 No 4
Kurtag Aus der Feme III
Haydn String Quartet in E flat, Op 50 No 3
Producer Nigel Wilkinson
Repeated tomorrow 2.25pm
Mark Russell and Robert Sandall present unusual sounds on CD, plus a studio session from Fred Frith , ex-Henry Cow and pioneer table-top guitarist, who plays Five Short Pieces for Radio
Producer Philip Tagney
Music for the Stage - 1650s-1680s 1: Courtly Ballet and Comedy Ballet Roger Savage introduces excerpts from the Ballet de Flore, Les Noces de Village, Psyche. Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme and George Dandin , and the performers include Les Musiciens du Louvre directed by Marc Minkowski ,
Capriccio Stravagante directed by Skip Sempe , and the London Oboe Band. Repeated from last Monday
With Digby Fairweather. A conversation with Freddie Hubbard begins a week of repeats from the programme's early days on Radio 3. Revised repeat
With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Antje Weithaas (violin),
Bamberg Symphony Orchestra/Kurt Sanderling Mozart Violin Concerto No 5 in A, K219 (Turkish) Bruckner Symphony No 3 in D minor
2.50 Piano recital by young Korean musicians, including music by Scarlatti, Poulenc, Schubert and Beethoven
3.45 BBC SO/John
Pritchard Walton Overture: Portsmouth Point
Elgar Symphony No 1 in A flat