With Tommy Pearson. Music includes:
7.00-8.00: Glinka Kamarinskaya Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, conductor Fritz Reiner Chopin Nocturnes , Opl5 Martha Argerich , Mieczyslaw Horszowski and Sviatoslav Richter
(pianos) Haydn String Quartet in D minor, Op 76 No 2 (Fifths) Quatuor Mosaïques
8.00-9.00: Palestrina Magnificat a Primi Toni Westminster Cathedral Choir, director Martin Baker Debussy Nocturnes Royal
Concertgebouw Chorus (women's voices) and Orchestra, conductor Bernard Haitink
With Tommy Pearson. Music includes:
With Rob Cowan. Regular features include The Innocent Ear and a Bargain Hunter CD recommendation. Plus the recording of Weber's Clarinet Quintet recommended on yesterday's CD Review. Music also includes: Part Arbos Stuttgart State Orchestra Brass Ensemble, conductor Dennis Russell Davies Haydn Piano Sonata in G minor, H XVI 44 Andras Schiff
J Strauss (son), arr
Berg Waltz : Wine, Woman and Song, Op 333 Boston Symphony Chamber Players Torelli Trumpet Concerto in D
Roger Delmotte , Vienna State Opera
Orchestra, conductor Hermann Scherchen Email your comments to: email@example.com
Michael Berkeley 's guest today is Marcus du Sautoy, professor of mathematics at the University of Oxford. His musical choices include a brass fanfare by Britten,
Janacek's Sinfonietta, the Prelude to
Wagner's Parsifal, and pieces by Messiaen, Handel, Shostakovich and Strauss.
Lucie Skeaping presents a concert of 16th-century German music, recorded in Passau last August. The Orlandodi Lasso Ensemble perform Heinrich Schutz 's First Book of Madrigals, with accompaniment from lutenist Stephan Rath. Plus chitarrone music from Giovanni Kapsperger.
Tenor Ian Bostridge and pianist Mitsuko Uchida perform Schubert's great song-cycle in which a young man falls in love with a miller's daughter and faces a rival when a handsome huntsman appears on the scene. Schubert Die Schone Mullerin , D795
rl/6. When he travels in search of the wonders of the natural world,
David Attenborough takes with him a collection of CDs that he can listen to on headphones wherever he might be. Some of the CDs are recordings of music that he knows and loves; others are pieces that he wants to know better. In today's programme he presents a selection that includes works by Caldara, Mozart and Ades. Producer Anthony Sellors Alan Titchmarsh 's top tunes: page 32
Louise Fryer introduces this week's postbag of requests, including Maurice Andre playing Haydn'sTrumpet Concerto in E flat, H Vile 1, music from Respighi's Fontane di Roma, and baritone James Rutherford 's BBC recording of folk songs by Britten. Plus a Burns Night vignette from Arvo Part. Send your requests by PHONE: [number removed] email via www.bbc.co.uk/radio3
Address: Three for All. BBC Wales. CF5 2YQ
Norman Lebrecht talks to Neil MacGregor , director of the British Museum about the pi ace of museums in society today, their obligations and the issues regarding the Ownership of artefacts. ProducerTonyCheevers Send in your questions and comments by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone from 5pm today on [number removed]. ororwriteto: LebrechtLive. BBC Radio3, Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA.
Sarah Walker presents a concert of 20th-century English chamber music performed last night at London's Wigmore Hall as partofthe Nash Ensemble 's series entitled Those Blue Remembered Hills.
Gerald Finley (baritone), Lawrence Power (viola),
Paul Watkins (cello), Ian Brown (piano), Nash Ensemble
Butterworth Love Blows As the Wind Blows
Vaughan Williams Piano Quintet Delius Cello Sonata
Vaughan Williams Romance for viola and piano
Gurney The Western Playland
The Lovers of Viome
By Marguerite Duras. Translated from the French by Barbara Bray and adapted by Bryony Lavery. A dismembered corpse scattered over a railway network and an unemotional confession lead a police interrogatorto tryto understand a woman's life and marriage in a provincial French town.
Director Annie Castledine
Though largely forgotten now, Israel Zangwill was a giant figure in English literary life from the early 1890s until his death in 1926. He made his name with Children of the Ghetto in 1892 - a panoramic novel of life in the poverty-stricken Jewish East End of London. For the last 30 years of his life Zangwill was also deeply and controversially involved in Zionism - in which he argued that a Jewish homeland should not be in Palestine.
Mark Whitaker assesses the literary and political career of the father of the English immigrant novel.
Regional Variations (2)
1/5. With Donald Macleod . Josquin des Prez La Spagna
Morales Jubilate Deo Omnis Terra
Juan Navarro In Passione Positus
Guerrero Missa Sancta et Immaculata
Victoria Ave Maria a 8 Repeated from Monday
With Louise Fryer.
Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem
2.05 Weber Piano Sonata in E minor, Op 70
2.30 Villalobos Etudes: No 4 in G; No 6 in G
2.35 Falla Nights in the Gardens of Spain
3.00 Gombert Benedicto Mensae
3.10 Nielsen Little Suite in A minor, Op 1
3.25 Glinka Clarinet Trio in D minor
(Pathetique) 3.45 Rosetti Concerto in Eflat for 2 horns 4.00 Lassus Bonjour, et Puis Quelles Nouvelles ? 4.05 Corelli Sonata da Chiesa in A, Op 1 No 3 4.10 Handel, arr Gothoni Ombra Mai Fu (Xerxes) 4.15 Pezel German Dance Suite 4.25 A Benjamin
Overture to an Italian Comedy 4.35 Arnold Three Shanties 4.40 Jean Barriere Sonata
No 10 in G 4.50 Merikanto Summer Night Waltz; Summer Night Idyll 5.00 Pejacevic Nocturne 5.05 Brahms Geistliches Lied, Op 30 5.10 Barber Adagio for Strings
5.20 Saint-Saens Serenade d'Hiver
5.25 Vivaldi Trio in G minor for two oboes and continuo 5.30 Bach Chorale-Prelude :
Nun DanketAlle Gott , BWV65 7 5.35 Gallot Suite in A m/nor5.45 Rene Eespere Ritus
5.55 Mehul Piano Sonata in D, Op 1 No 1
6.05 Bartok Rhapsody No 16.15 Mozart, arr Anon Grande Sestetto Concertante in Eflat, K364 6.50 Nicolai Overture: The Merry Wives of Windsor