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BBC Radio 3

Classical Collection

With Sarah Walker.
Glazunov Autumn (The Seasons) Suisse Romande Orchestra, conductor Ernest Ansermet
10.10 Alkan Grande Sonate , Op 3 (Les quatre ages) Ronald Smith (piano)
10.54 Schubert Widerschein , D639
Stephen Varcoe (baritone), Graham Johnson (piano)
10.59 Tiomkin, arr Palmer Suite: High Noon Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Lawrence Foster
11.08 Britten Cabaret Songs (excerpts)
11.22 Schubert String Quartet in A minor D804
Recording recommended in Saturday's CD Review.
BBC Radio 3

The Verb

The cabaret of the word, introduced by Ian McMillan and recorded in front of an audience at the Sage Gateshead as part of this year's
Free Thinking festival. Guests include dramatist Peter Flannery - writer of Our Friends in the North, and Nigerian novelist Kachi Ozumba , who talks about his struggle to understand
Geordie when he first arrived in the city but says he was in turn emboldened to use Nigerian English - pidgin - in his writing. Producer Laura Thomas
BBC Radio 3

The Verb

Ian McMillan 's spoken word cabaret features a new commission from award-winning writer
Frank Cottrell Boyce and an audacious linguistic experiment by Verb language spy Alex Horn. Plus news of an exciting public poetry project from poet Alec Finlay. Producer Laura Thomas
BBC Radio 3

Afternoon on 3 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

The first of a series of concerts from this year's Aideburgh Festival, introduced by Louise Fryer.
Jennifer Johnston (soprano), Caryl Hughes
(mezzo), Andrew Tortise , Benjamin Hulett and Allan Clayton (tenors), Malcolm Martineau (piano) Britten Canticle 1; The Red Cockatoo and other songs; Michelangelo Sonnets;
A Charm of Lullabies; Cabaret Songs
BBC Radio 3

The Verb

A live edition of Radio 3's weekly cabaret of poetry, language and performance.
Ian McMillan is joined on stage at the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House by performance poets
Poems in between People. Producer Nicola Holloway
BBC Radio 3

Composer of the Week:Franz Waxman (1906-67)

1/5. Cabaret Scenes and Gothic Fantasies. Donald Macleod is joined by Rachel Segal to explore the life and work of Hollywood composer Franz Waxman. Franz Waxman , arr Fontaine Allein in einer grossen Stadt Ute Lemper
Waxman Gruss undKuss - Veronika Eva Busch , Weintraubs Synkopators
Hollander, arr Waxman Falling in Love Again Marlene Dietrich , Friedrich Hollander and his Symphony of Jazz
Waxman Main Title, Danse Macabre ; Creation of the Female Monster (The Bride of Frankenstein) Westminster PO, conductor Kenneth Alwyn Arrival at Manderley; Mrs Danvers; Rebecca's
Room; The New Mrs de Winter; The Fire - Epilogue (Rebecca) Royal SNO, conductor Joel McNeely
Producers Kerry Clark and Steven Rajam Repeated at 8.45pm RT DIRECT: Waxman: Rebecca complete film score is available for E5.99 including p&p. Send cheque payable to Selections to: [address removed]. Phone [number removed] (national rate), quoting B46-AD749. or visit www.selections.com/rtdirect
BBC Radio 3

Performance on 3

rPetroc Trelawny presents a concert in which conductor, composer and chansonnier
HK Gruber explores the world of cabaret. Christopher Richards (clarinet), Northern Sinfonia, conductor HK Gruber Stravinsky Suite No 1 Weill Berlin im Licht
John Adams Gnarly Buttons
Weill The Threepenny Opera (excerpts) Stravinsky Suite No 2
HK Gruber Frankenstein !! A pan-demonium for orchestra
Radio choices: pages 134-135
BBC Radio 3

BBC Proms 2007

The last Proms Matinee Concert of 2007. Christine Rice (mezzo), Andrew Kennedy (tenor), Richard Watkins (horn), lain Burnside (piano), Samuel West (narrator), Nash Ensemble , conductor Edward Gardner
Britten The Way to the Sea; On This Island
Britten, arr Daryi Runswick Cabaret Songs Britten Night Mail
Britten, arr Colin Matthews In Memoriam Dennis Brain (first London performance)
Britten Serenade for tenor, horn and strings
BBC Radio 3

Classical Collection

With Sarah Walker.
Elgar Overture: Cockaigne (In London Town) BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
10.17 Mozart Violin Sonata in E flat, K481
Rachel Podger (violin), Gary Cooper (fortepiano)
10.42 Haydn Symphony No 86 in D Orchestra of the 18th Century, conductor Frans Bruggen
11.11 Weill Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny (excerpt) Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Mariss Jansons
11.29 John Kander Two Ladies (Cabaret)
Alan Cumming , Erin Hill and Michael O'Donnell , Band of New Broadway Cast Recording, musical director Patrick Vaccariello
11.33 Aaron Copland Music fora Great City LSO, conducted by the composer
BBC Radio 3

The Verb

Ian MacMillan with the weekly cabaret of language and new writing, including a specially commissioned poem about China's Terracotta Army. Producer Nicola Holloway
BBC Radio 3

The Verb

Ian McMillan hosts the weekly languageand literature cabaret with his usual mixture of high-octane guests and the best of new writing. Producer Nicola HollowaV
BBC Radio 3

Afternoon on 3

Introduced by Louise Fryer.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
The second concert from the Schubertiade in Austria, recorded at the Markus Sittikus Hall , Hohenems.
Renaud Capugon (violin), Gautier Capuc. on (cello), Nicholas Angelich (piano)
Brahms Piano Trio in C, Op 87; Piano Trio in D minor, Op 101
2.00 BBC Orchestras
Alun Hoddinott Symphony No BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by the composer
Schoenberg, arr Patrick Davin Brettl Lieder (Cabaret Songs)
Measha Brueggergosman (soprano), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Robertson
William Mathias Symphony No 2 (Summer Music) BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer
Mendelssohn Symphony No 3 in A minor (Scottish) BBC NOW, conductor Richard Hickox
4.00 The Making of Music
28/30. The Impact of Technology
Examining how composers have experimented with electronic technology to push the boundaries of what sounds are possible.
BBC Radio 3

Afternoon on 3

Introduced by Louise Fryer.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
The first in a series of recitals from this year's Schubertiade Festival in Austria.
Diana Damrau (soprano), Angelika Kirchschlager (mezzo), Ian Bostridge (tenor), Christopher Maltman (baritone), Julius Drake (piano)
Schubert Hymme an den Unendlichen, D232, Cronnan, D282; An die Sonne, D439;
Antigone und Oedip, D542; Licht und Liebe, D352; Mignon und der Harfner, D887 No 1; Gebet, D815
2.00 BBC Orchestras
Mathias Anniversary Dances
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Grant Llewellyn Satie Cabaret Songs
Measha Brueggergosman (soprano), William Bolcom (piano),
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor David Robertson
Alun Hoddinott Symphony No 3
Mozart Piano Concerto No 20 in D minor, K466 Howard Shelley (piano) Prokofiev Sinfonietta
BBC NOW, conductor Owain Arwel Hughes
4.00 The Making of Music
27/30. Dissent. How music in the 1960s and 1970s expressed political dissent.
BBC Radio 3

Afternoon on 3

Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Live from London's Wigmore Hall. Presented by Verity Sharp.
Sharon Bezaly (flute), London Barogue
Bach Flute Sonata in E flat, BWV1031
Handel Flute Sonata in D minor, HWV367a Bach Sarabande (Partita in A minor, BWV1013) Kalevi Aho Prestissimo (Solo III)
Bach Flute Sonata in E, BV1035; Polonaise;
Menuet; Badinerie (Suite in B minor, BWV1067)
2.00 BBC Orchestras
The ongoing British Symphony Series focuses on two prominent Welsh composers, and on a new recording of cabaret songs by Schoenberg,
Bolcom and Satie. Presented by Louise Fryer. William Mathias Symphony No
BBC Welsh SO, conducted by the composer Bolcom Cabaret Songs
Measha Brueggergosman (soprano), BBCSO, conductor David Robertson Alun Hoddinott Symphony No 2 BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Owain Arwel Hughes.
4.00 The Making of Music
26/30. The Sixties. In the 1960s modern composers were trying to make their voices heard above the noise of pop culture. Louise Fryer asks what were Stockhausen, John Tavener and Peter Maxwell Davies writing.
BBC Radio 3

The Verb

Ian McMillan hosts his weekly cabaret of new writing and the spoken word. Among his guests this week is Malorie Blackman , best known for her books for young adults. Producer Nicola Holloway
BBC Radio 3

The Verb

Ian McMillan hosts the language and literature cabaret. This week Ian and guests ask if there is such a thing as northern and southern poetry, and discuss the neglected work of American writer Bernard Malamud , who for many once stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Saul Bellow and Philip Roth. Producer Nicola Holloway
BBC Radio 3

The Verb

Ian McMillan presents the weekly cabaret of language and literature, with new work from
David Morley , remaking the poetry of the Romani language, new performance from the beat-boxing Beardyman and a new commission from novelist Sarah Hall. Producer Zahid Warley
BBC Radio 3

BBC Proms 2007

Live from Cadogan Hall, London. In the final Proms Matinee Concert of the season, the Nash Ensemble celebrate the Proms Britten-
Auden theme with a performance that includes works on which the composer and poet collaborated.
Christine Rice (mezzo), Andrew Kennedy (tenor), Richard Watkins (horn), lain Burnside (piano), Samuel West
(narrator), Nash Ensemble , conductor Edward Gardner Britten The Way to the Sea; On this Island
Britten, arr Daryl Runswick Cabaret Songs Britten Night Mail (with film)
Britten, arr Colin Matthews In Memoriam Dennis Brain (first London performance)
Britten Serenade for tenor horn and strings
BBC Radio 3

Afternoon on 3

Introduced by Penny Gore .
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Hay Music Festival 2007
4/4. The final concert in the song recital series with a literary twist, recorded during this year's Hay Festival. Ann Murray (mezzo), lain Burnside (piano)
Faure Clair de Lune, Op 46 No 2; Four Songs from Five Melodies, Op 58: Green; En Sourdine; Mandoline Hahn Offrande
Poldowski En Sourdine
Bordes Dansons la Gigue
Schubert Lachen und Weinen, D777; Du bist Ruh, D776 Schumann 0, IhrHerren, Op 37 No 3; Volksliedchen, Op 51 No 2
Mahler Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder!; Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen (Ruckert Lieder) Britten Cabaret Songs
2.00 BBC Proms 2007
Sunday's evening Prom concert from the Royal Albert Hall in London, presented by Louise Fryer.
Anne Sofie von Otter (mezzo), Orchestra and Choir of Les Musiciens du Louvre-Grenoble, conductor Marc Minowski Faure Shylock (excerpts) Berlioz Les Nuits dEtO
Bizet L'Arlesienne (incidental music) Repeated from Sunday at 6.30pm
3.30 From Wiqmore Hall, London Presented by Penny Gore .
Paul Watkins (cello), Huw Watkins (piano)
Beethoven 12 Variations on Ein Madchen Oder
Weibchen, Op 66 Goehr Fantasie
Brahms Cello Sonata No in E minor, Op 38
BBC Radio 3

The Verb

Ian McMillan hosts the weekly language cabaret. He explores the language of international management with Kenyan management consultant turned short-story writer Ken Kamoche. Producer Aasiya Lodhi






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