With Martin Handley.
Rossini Overture: La Cenerentola
6.10 Mozart Trio in Eflat, K498 (Kegelstatt)
7.00 Vivaldi Recorder Concerto in C,
7.25 Barber String Quartet, Op 11
8.20 Martinu Fenêtre sur le Jardin
8.30 Francaix L 'Horloge de Bore
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With Martin Handley.
Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's CD releases.
9.30 Building a Library: Stephen Johnson recommends a recording of Sibelius's Fourth Symphony from among those currently available.
10.15 A look at some recent re-issues.
10.30 Michael Oliver reviews new operatic recordings, including some
Italian rarities such as Menotti's The Saint of Bleecker Street.
11.00 An interview with the conductor Christoph von Dohnanyi about his long association with the Cleveland Orchestra.
11.30 Disc of the Week: Strauss Four
Last Songs Soile Isokoski (soprano), Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Marek Janowski
Producers Mark Lowther and Andrew Lyle
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Michael Berkeley talks to Australian satirist and novelist Kathy Lette , author of Mad Cows, Foetal Attraction, Altar Ego and most recently, Nip and Tuck. Her musical pilgrimage takes her from her origins as a surfer girl (courtesy of the Beach Boys), through her discovery of irony via Blossom Dearie and Noël Coward, to the music of Fanny Mendelssohn. Kathy Lette goes on to cast a feminist eye over Cosi Fan Tutte and Der Rosenkavalier before ending with Bessie Smith 's Kitchen Man. Repeated tomorrow 3pm
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Lucy Duran visits the ecologically self-sufficient Kuna Indians, Lord Panama 'King of Calypso' and the Independence Day celebrations in Chorrera. Show more
Humphrey Carpenter introduces listeners' requests, including: Lambert Horoscope
English Northern Philharmonia, conductor David Lloyd-Jones
Messiaen Le Banquet Céleste Jennifer Bate (organ)
Martinu Oboe Concerto
Heinz Holliger , Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
Casteinuovo-Tedesco Guitar Concerto
No 2 Kazuhito Yamashita, London Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Leonard Slatkin
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This week Claire Martin chats to Grammy award-winner Diane Reeves , whose tribute album to Sarah Vaughan has received world acclaim. Plus a roundup of gig news and selected album tracks. Producer Keith Loxam. ADDRESS: Jazz Line-Up,
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With Geoffrey Smith.
Producer Felix Carey. ADDRESS: Jazz Record Requests, BBC Radio 3, Broadcasting House. London, W1A 4WW FAX: [number removed]
Brian Priestley's six-part profile of the great American composer, bandleader and bassist Charles Mingus.
By 1957 Mingus had recruited trombonist Jimmy Knepper and drummer Dannie Richmond. Together with saxophonists Booker Ervin and John Handy , the Mingus Workshop recorded two classic jazz albums: Mingus Ah Urn and Blues and Roots. With contributions from pianists Roland Hanna and Horace Parian, writers Gary Giddins and Nat Hentoff, and Mingus himself.
From the Theatre Royal in Glasgow, Scottish Opera present their newest production, a collaboration between composer Sally Beamish and Scottish novelist Janice Galloway on the story of Mary Shelley 's Frankenstein. The opera focuses not on the monster itself but on the psychological journey that
Mary Shelley travels in order to come up with this terrifying story. The opera is in two acts and is introduced by Sandy Burnett.
Scottish Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Diego Masson
With Imogen Cooper (piano)
Franck Piano Quintet in F minor
Kurtag Twelve Microludes, Op 13
Tonight's late-night word cabaret features performance and new writing, and Ian McMillan goes in search of children's books written on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to discover whether they offer propaganda, explanation or escapism to those born into the hostilities
Verity Sharp presents the first of two reports from this year's State of the Nation weekend at London's South Bank. Tonight highlights from the first day with an overview of the many workshops and exhibitions, as well as works by William Atwood, Julia Simpson, Dai Fujikura, David Gorton, Tarik O'Regan and Ben Foskett. Martyn Brabbins conducts the London Sinfonietta.
With Jonathan Swain. Schubert
Symphony No 8 in B minor (Unfinished) Bruckner Symphony No 9 in D minor
2.30 Dauvergne Les Troquers
3.10 Smetana Piano Trio in G minor, Op 15
3.40 Shostakovich Cello Concerto No 1,
Op 1074.10 Chopin Mazurka , Op 50 No 3; Etudes in F minor and A flat, Opposth; Fantaisie Impromptu , Op 664.20
Humperdinck Dream Pantomime (Hansel and Gretel) 4.35 Bach Concerto in A minor for four keyboards, BWV10654.45
Hendrick Andriessen Cello Concertino
5.10 Praetorius Chorale Fantasia:
Durch Adams Fall 1st Ganz Verderbt 5.25 Uszt
Prometheus 5.40 Grieg String Quartet in F