With Edward Seckerson.
Weber Overture: Peter Schmoll
6.30 Spohr Clarinet Concerto No 1 in C minor
7.00 Liszt Reminiscences de Don Juan
7.30 Alfven A Boat with Flowers
8.00 Tchaikovsky Grand Polonaise (Eugene Onegin )
8.30 Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 2 in G (2ndmvt)
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.
Geoffrey Smith plays the best recordings from the past season of CD Review. Chabrier Marche Joyeuse
Monte Carlo PO, conductor Herve Niquet
9.10 Obrecht Laudemus Nunc Dominum
The Clerk's Group, director Edward Wickham
9.20 Vivaldi Concertos Nos 1-3 (L'Estro Armonico, Op 3) Europa Galante , director Fabio Biondi
9.45 Handel SusserBlumenAmbraflocken , HWV204 Dorothea Roschmann (soprano), Berlin Academy of Early Music
9.50 Vivaldi Concertos Nos 4-6 (L 'Estro Armonico, Op 3) Europa Galante/Biondi
10.20 Cole Porter Where Is the Life That
Late I Led? (Kiss Me Kate)
Brian Stokes Mitchell (baritone),
Orchestra directed by Paul Gemignani
10.25 Poulenc Flute Sonata
Philippa Davies , Ian Brown (piano)
10.35 Janacek String Quartet No
(Kreutzer Sonata) Panocha Quartet
10.55 Sibelius Lemminkainen and the Maidens of the Island (Lemminkainen
Suite) Lahti SO, conductor Osmo Vanska
11.10 Cannabich Symphony No 4 7 in G Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia/Uwe Grodd
11.20 Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor
Murray Perahia , Berlin Philharmonic, conductor Claudio Abbado
Producer Susan Kenyon
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This week's programme comes from
Sydney, where Michael Berkeley 's guest is the Australian Leo Schofield , director of the Sydney Festival and also of the Olympic Arts Festival, which this year is running as a prelude to the Olympic Games. His choices include excerpts from Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte, Verdi's Don Carlos and Wagner's Tannhauser, part of Debussy's La Mer and Bruckner's Symphony No 7, and an aria from Act One of Gilbert and Sullivan's Princess Ida.
Executive producer Wendy Thompson
Anotherchance to hear Monday's concert.
Haydn String Quartet in D, Op 76 No 5
Shostakovich String Quartet No 3, Op 73 (R)
With Humphrey Carpenter.
WS Lloyd Webber Aurora City of London Sinfonia, conductor Richard Hickox
Spohr Six Songs, Op 103 Julia Varady
(soprano), Hans Schoneberger (clarinet), HartmutHoll (piano)
Geoffrey Burgon The Calm Hugh Webb
(harp), Kenneth Sillito (violin), Mark David (trumpet), James Bowman (countertenor) Producer Christina Pritchard. ADDRESS: Listeners' Choice. BBC Birmingham, B5 7QQ. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: email@example.com
Stacey Kent talks to guitarist John Parricelli about his recent successful album Alba.
And Brian Morton reviews newjazzCDs. Producer Keith Loxam. E-MAIL; firstname.lastname@example.org
With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer Felix Carey. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House, London, W1A 4WW FAX: [number removed]
During the 1960s Soft Machine, Colloseum and super group Cream continued to combine rock rhythms and jazz improvisation, developing the new sound to an ever more receptive audience. Jack Bruce, John Hiseman and John Marshall are joined by writers John Wickes and Stuart Nicholson as Barbara Thompson continues to trace the music's development from its roots in the early R'n' B groups of John Mayall and Alexis Korner.
Metamorphoses. Why do some composers make piano transcriptions of their own music? Piers Lane features music that has been specially adapted by the composer. The programme includes a specially recorded session by Martin Roscoe.
Haydn Adagio in G (arrfrom 2nd mvt of Piano Trio in E flat, HXV22)
Brahms Theme with Variations (arr from String Sextet No 1 in B flat, Op 18)
Liszt Petrarch Sonnet No 4 7 (Années de Pèlerinage, Book 2) Producer Chris Wines (R)
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Handel's masterpiece forms a cornerstone of this season's celebration of great choral music across the centuries. In a succession of glorious arias and choruses, it unfolds the dealings of God with man from the old testament prophecies to the coming of the Messiah and the apocalyptic vision of the final judgement and redemption of mankind. Hillevi Martinpelto (soprano),
Monica Groop (mezzo), Kurt Streit (tenor), Nathan Berg (bass-baritone),
English Concert Choir and Orchestra, conductorTrevor Pinnock
Handel Messiah (Part 1)
8.30 Interval: Handel's London
David Huckvale looks at London life in the 1740s - a place of violent social contrasts between rich and poor.
8.50 Messiah (Part 2)
Rev Angela Tilby , Lord Robert Skidelski ,
Professor Catherine Belsey and Theodore Zeldin join Joan Bakewell to discuss challenging questions sent in by listeners. Producer Janet McLarty
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Joe Gallivan and Powerfield. Tonight's session features legendary drummer Joe Gallivan , whose 40-year career spans be-bop, post-Coltrane experimentalism and avant-garde electronic music. The collective trio Powerfield also features Pat Thomas (electronics) and Gary Smith (guitar). For part of the session, the trio arejoined by a horn section which includes Guy Barker and Elton Dean. And Jez Nelson picks the best of the last few months'CD releases. Producers Steve Shepherd and Kathryn Willgress
With Jill Anderson.
Beethoven Piano Sonatas: in D, Op 28; in Fminor, Op 57
Schumann Piano Sonata No 1 in F sharp minor, Op 11
2.20 Mendelssohn Symphony No 4 in A (Italian)
3.00 Weber Clarinet Quintet in B flat, Op 34
3.25 Bach Solo Violin Sonata in C, BWV1005
3.50 Cavalll Plainsong, Antiphon and Magnificat
4.20 Mozart Serenade in C minor, K388
4.45 Riisager Little Overture
5.00 Malcolm Forsyth Jubilee Overture 5.10 Lefebure 0 Quam Gloriosum; Stella
Quam Viderant Magi
5.20 Vivaldi Concerto da Camera in G minor, RV105
5.30 Haydn Violin Concerto in G, H Vila 4