With Edward Seckerson.
Clementi Symphony in D, Op 18
6.30 Grieg Violin Sonata in C minor, Op 45
7.05 Praetorius In Dich Hab Ich Gehoffet, Herr
7.25 Sibelius Symphony No 3
8.05 Copland, arr Bernstein El Salon Mexico
8.25 Prokofiev Battle on the Ice
(Alexander Nevsky , Op 78)
Full details of Morning on 3's music are posted at www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/factsheets a few days before transmission.
With Edward Seckerson.
With Andrew McGregor , who plays some of this month's newest releases.
9.30 Building a Library Edward Seckerson recommends a version of Vaughan Williams 's A Sea Symphony (Symphony No 1).
10.10 Roderick Swanston reviews new releases of Baroque keyboard and chamber music, including discs of harpsichord music in the French and Italian styles, gamba sonatas, sonatas and partitas for soloviolinand TheArtof Fugue on the organ.
10.35 An interview with soprano
Dawn Upshaw , who talks about her career as a recording artist, her experience of crossover, and the recenttribute CD to the French singer Jane Bathori.
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Susan Sharpe presents the first of five song recitals from the Bath International Music
Festival. Devised and accompanied by pianist lain Burnside, the five concerts include 100 songs by 100 composers, ten songs from each decade of the last century. Susan Roberts (soprano), Katija Dragojevic (mezzo), Adrian Thompson (tenor), Roderick Williams (baritone)
1: Dreams of War and Peace: 1900-19
See also 3pm
Michael Berkeley 's guest today is the distinguished American sociologist
Richard Sennett , who is currently a visiting professor at the London School of Economics. He now plays chamber music with friends on the piano and cello, and nurses a passion for jazz. His choices today reflect the playing of artists he most admires, including the cellist
Pablo Casals , pianists Murray Perahia. Radu Lupu and Alfred Brendel , and the saxophonist Sonny Rollins .
Executive producer Wendy Thompson
Another chance to hear Stephanie Hughes present a concert from London's Wigmore Hall. LeifOve Andsnes (piano)
Mark-Anthony Turnage Five Meditations (True Life Stories)
Schubert Piano Sonata in A, D959 (R)
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including:
Rutter Gloria Cambridge Singers, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble,
Gary Kettel and Eric Allen (timpani and percussion), John Scott (organ), conducted by the Composer
De Beriot Violin Concerto No 9 in A minor
Takako Nishizaki, RTBFOrchestra, Brussels, conductor Alfred Walter
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Susan Sharpe presents another song recitals from the Bath International Music
Festival. Mary Plazas (soprano), Robert Burt (tenor), William Dazeley (baritone), lain Burnside (piano)
2: Europe Sings the Blues: 1920-39 Next programme tomorrow 11pm
From Leith, West Lothian, Claire Martin introduces the Denys Baptiste Quartet. Plus news about the forthcomingjazz festivals in Edinburgh and Glasgow from Brian Morton. Producer Keith Loxam
Geoffrey Smith presents a live edition from Ronnie Scott 's Club in London's Frith Street. He is joined by British jazz legend
Stan Tracey , who was the house pianist at the club during the sixties. Listeners' requests will be performed the Stan Tracey Quintet which includes Bobby Wellins (tenor saxophone), Guy Barker (trumpet), Andrew Cleyndert (bass) and Clark Tracey (drums). Producer Felix Carey. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests. BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House. London, W1A 4WW
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From the Wigmore Hall in London. Verity Sharp presents the series featuring the complete cycle of Bartok's string quartets. Auer Quartet
Haydn String Quartet in B flat, Op 76 No 4 (Sunrise)
Bartok String Quartet No 4 Next programme tomorrow 10pm
Live from St David 's Hall, Cardiff, Humphrey Burton introduces a performance of Bernstein's colourful and controversial theatre piece for singers. players and dancers.
Omar Ebrahim (baritone), Mary Carewe (soprano), Toby Spence (tenor),
Simon Renshaw (treble), Choristers of Worcester Cathedral, BBC Concert Singers, Chorus of the Welsh College of Music and Drama, Adrian Lucas (organ), Rubicon Dance,BBC National Orchestra of Wales/Eric Stern Bernstein Mass
Burn: the EdJones/Mika Myllari Double
Quintet. Jez Nelson presents a contemporary jazz ensemble fronted by two of Europe's most exciting and innovative band leaders. Tenor saxophonist Ed Jones 's quintet, which includes drummer Winston Clifford and pianist Jonathan Gee , is joined by Finnish trumpeter Mika Myllari 's group, which features added sounds from a loop/ drum programmer. This is the ensemble's first appearance in the UK as a ten-piece.
The Cool Mr Konitz
Last in the series profiling alto saxophonist Lee Konitz , who talks to Ray Frensham about his career.
4:An American in Europe Producer David Perry
In performances given earlierthis evening at the Unity theatre, Liverpool, Robert Sandall and Mark Russell mix the styles with sets from sampler collage artist Max Tundra , Calilfomian art vocalist Anna Homier , and Bollywood Brass Band with its roof-raising bhangra beats. Plus electronic music from the SPNM day at the Liverpool Tate Gallery. Producer Philip Tagney
Live from the Salem Chapel, Hay-on-Wye,
Sarah Walker presents the last six hours of a performance of Satie's piano piece
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