7.00-8.00: Josef Strauss Spharenklange Walzer, Op 235
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Rudolf Kempe
Beethoven Incidental music: Leonore Prohaska , Wo096
Sylvia McNair (soprano), Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Claudio Abbado
8.00-9.00: Smetana Prague Carnival Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Rafael Kubelik
Weiner Divertimento for Strings Budapest Strings, conductor Karoly Botvay
9.00-10.00: Nielsen Hymnus Amoris , Op 12 Barbara Bonney (soprano),
John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Copenhagen Boys' Choir, Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ulf Schirmer Telemann Violin Concerto in A (Les Rainettes)
Midori Seiler (violin),
Academy of Ancient Music
Today England joins Wales and Scotland in banning smoking in all public places. Burnside explores the influence of tobacco and other addictive substances on composers and their music. EMAIL: email@example.com
Michael Berkeley is joined by historian Linda Colley , who is currently teaching at Princeton University. Her works include a study of the Tory party in the early
18th century, and the award-winning Britons: Forging the Nation 1707-1837. More recently she has written The Ordeal of Elizabeth Marsh , which tells the extraordinary story of an intrepid 18th-century female traveller in North Africa, Asia and the Americas, and her brushes with the Islamic world and the slave trade. Colley's musical choices reflect both her own private passions - including Bach, Britten and Stravinsky - and music she has encountered on her travels while researching her books.
A Musicall Banquet. Catherine Bott introduces music by John Dowland and his contemporaries.
Mark Padmore (tenor), Elizabeth Kenny (lute)
Chi-chi Nwanoku presents requests from listeners, including Mozart's Violin Concerto in A, K219, Bach's Cello Suite No 1 played on viola da gamba, and Frankie Howerd 's rendition of Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf. ADDRESS: Radio 3 Requests, BBC Wales, CF5 2YQ
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Live from Winchester Cathedral. Introit Prevent Us, 0 Lord (Byrd). Responses William Smith. Psalms 59, 60 (Barnby, Wesley). First Lesson
Genesis 27, vv1-40. Canticles Murrill in E. Second Lesson Mark 6, vv1-6. Anthem Laudi Alia Vergine Maria (James Macmillan ). Hymn 0 Thou Not Made with Hands (Old 120th). Organ Voluntary Sonata in G (first mvt) (Elgar). Director of music
Andrew Lumsden : assistant director of music Sarah Baidock.
Aled Jones begins an occasional series taking a choral tour of the British Isles. His first stop is Wales with composer and writer Geraint Lewis , who reveals how a new generation of choirs are reinventing the choral heritage of the land of song.
Written in ancient Mesopotamia more than 4,000 years ago, many people think this was the first epic story ever written down. It tells of the prowess of King Gilgamesh and his acguisition of a friend, Enkidu, and their adventures in the wilderness, battling monsters and searching for immortality. Adapted by Jeremy Howe from the English version by Stephen Mitchell , the drama is prefaced by the voices and opinions of writers, archaeologists and scholars who discuss the history and context of the epic poem.
Producer Tim Dee
EM Forster's personal passage to India was the key to both his greatest novel and his political radicalism. What drew this shy and retiring figure from British suburbia to the mysterious heart of a faraway subcontinent? Taking a fresh look at the links between Forster's homosexuality, his critique of the Raj and his remarkably modern capacity for crossing racial and cultural borders. Zareer Masani rescues Forster from the stereotype of an old-maidish, closeted gay, writing tea-table novels. Producer Ingrid Hassler
War and Peace. Joanna David and Paul McGann read works that explore the eternal struggle between conflict and concord in this themed sequence of poetry by Emily Dickinson , George Herbert ,
John Milton , Wilfred Owen , Edith Sitwell and Walt Whitman , with music by Bartok, Dowland, William Lawes , Monteverdi, Purcell and others. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic
Andrew Manze investigates the importance of academia in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Presented by John Shea.
Beethoven Mass in D (Missa So/emnis)
Inger Dam-Jensen (soprano), Anna Larsson (mezzo), Pavol Breslik (tenor), Stephen Milling (bass), Danish National Radio Choir,
Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Herbert Blomstedt
2.21 Dussek Piano Sonata in B flat, Op 35 No 1
2.42 Handel Water Music Suite No 1 in F HWV348
3.06 Stravinsky Danses Concertantes
3.26 Einojuhanl Rautavaara Och gladjen den dansar
3.30 Geljer Piano Quartet in E minor
4.00 JS Bach Jesu, meine Freude, BWV227 (excerpt)
4.04 JM Bach Halt, was du hast
4.09 Jarzebski Four Concertia2 2
4.22 Vivaldi Recorder Concerto in C, RV444
4.32 Schubert Fantasia in F minor, 0940
4.52 Handel Va tacito e nascosto (Giulio Cesare in Egitto)
5.00 Gllse Concert Overture in C minor
5.10 Gounod Faust (excerpts)
5.17 Grieg Waltz; Little Bird; Halling; Peasant's Song (Lyric Pieces)
5.24 Trad Six Renaissance Dances
5.35 Beethoven Country Dance No 1
5.37 Granados Oriental in C minor (Danzas Esoanolas, Op 37)
5.42 Champagne Danse Villageoise
5.47 Moniuszko Dumka; The Tiny Flower; By God; The Reason; To the Niemen River
6.00 Dobrzynski String Quartet No 1 in E minor, Op 7
6.30 Sweenlinck Tes Beaux Yeux
6.34 Willaert A la Fontaine du Prez
6.40 Unko Piano Concerto No 2, Op 10