With Susan Sharpe.
Paganini Sonata (La Primavera); Polonaise; Violin
Concerto No 2 in B minor, Op 7 (excerpt); Sonata for violin and guitar, Op 31 (Napoleon)
Viktor Pikaizen (violin), Evgenia Seideli (piano)
1.39 Brahms Four Songs, Op 17
1.54 Berlioz Harold en Italie, Op 16
2.40 Debussy Danse Sacrée et Danse Profane for harp and strings 2.50 Chopin Piano Concerto No I in E minor
3.30 Mendelssohn Symphony No 4 in A (Italian)
3.59 Muff at Sonata (Grave-allegro); Ballo (Allegro);
Crave; Presto; Menuet (Allegro) (Concerto No XI in E minor) (Delirium Amoris) 4.06 Poulenc Sextet for piano and winds 4.23 Bach Prelude and Fugue in D minor, BWV539
4.31 Brahms Hungarian Dances Nos I and 5 4.36 Wagner Prelude and Isolde's Liebestod (Tristan und Isolde) 4.53 Corelli Sonata da Chiesa in G, Op I No 9
5.00 Paganini Sonata No 3 in C for violin and guitar, Op 64 (Centone di Sonate) 5.04 Haydn Piano Sonata in G minor, HXVI44 5.16 Gade Ved Solnedgang, Op 46
524 Kabalevsky Violin Concerto in C, Op 48 5.40 Hellendaal Concerto Grosso in F for strings and continuo. Op 3 No 6
5.53 Beethoven Symphony No 4 in B flat 6.30 Vieme
Clair de Lune 6.40 Debussy, orch Brewaeys La Cathédrale Engloutie; La Danse de Puck; Minstrels (Preludes Book 1)
6.52 Weber Rondo Brillante in E, Op 62 (La Gaite)
Sounds from around the world.
1/4. Lost Your Tongue? Michael Rosen continues his exploration of the ways we Europeans speak. Punjabi, Sylheti, Vietnamese, Hausa and many others have travelled to Europe with their native speakers, yet immediately find themselves surrounded by English, French, German, Dutch and the rest. What does it take for a non-native language to survive, flourish or simply die? EMAIL: theessay®bbc.co.uk Producer Simon Elmes
Tom Service presents a sequence of music, beginning wth soprano Renee Fleming in songs from the opera stage, including the Countess's aria, PorgiAmor, from Mozart's Marriage of Figaro. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
On the eve of the opening of the St Pancras
Eurostar terminal in London, Matthew Sweet is joined by historian Tristram Hunt and other guests to consider the changing fortunes of Britain's Victorian architecture. In the 1950s and 1960s, St Pancras Station was reviled by modernists, but now it is set to be Europe's gateway to Britain. Is this reopening the grand finale of the rehabilitation of Victorian buildings? Plus an interview with the directors of A Crude
Awakening, a new documentary that argues that the world must confront the fact that it is running OUt Of Oil. Producer Phil Tinline HPodcast: available at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/nightwaves/
Repeated from 12 noon
From St John's, Smith Square, in London, Tom Service introduces music written for a particular performance venue - the church of Santa Maria de la Pieta in Venice where Vivaldi taught - with specific performers in mind: the foundling girls of the Pieta.
Joanne Lunn (soprano), Kati Debretzeni (violin), Schola Pietatis Antonio Vivaldi, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, director Pavlo Beznosiuk (violin) Vivaldi Lauda Jerusalem, RV609; Violin Concerto in D, RV6I7; Salve Regina , RV212; Concerto in F for two violins and two organs, RV584; Gloria, RV589 Music choices: page 138
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
More than three decades after their first Lunchtime Concert for Radio 3, the Vermeer Quartet give their last recital at the Wigmore Hall as part of their farewell tour. Introduced by Verity Sharp. Schubert String Quartet in E flat, D87
Mendelssohn String Quartet in E minor, Op 44 No 2
2.00 BBC Orchestras
Penny Gore introduces a week of concerts showcasing the BBC Orchestras in performances recorded in the Dvorak Hall of the Rudolf inum at the international Prague Autumn Festival. Elgar Overture: Cockaigne BBC Scottish
Symphony Orchestra, conductor Nan Volkov
Walton Violin Concerto James Ehnes , BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ilan Volkov Beethoven Symphony No 3 in E flat (Eroica) BBCSSO, conductor Ilan Volkov
Debussy Nocturnes BBC Singers (ladies' voices), BBCSSO, conductor Ilan Volkov
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5 in E minor BBCSSO, conductor Ilan Volkov
1/5. Donald Macleod introduces music by the composers of Restoration England.
Purcell, arr CH Trevor Trumpet Tune Simon Preston (organ)
Blow Salvator Mundi Alastair Ross (organ),
Monteverdi Choir, conductor John Eliot Gardiner An Ode On the Death of Mr Henry Purcell Gerard Lesne and Steve Dugardin (countertenors), La Canzona
Lawes Zadok , the Priest (symphony constructed by Andrew Gant to Lawes's bass) Choir of the Chapel Royal, Musicians Extra-Ordinary, director Andrew Gant Bryne Suite in A minor Terence Charlston (harpischord) Child 0 Lord, Grant the King a Long Life; The Earth Is the Lord's; Holy, Holy Holy Choir of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, director Geoffrey Webber Repeated at 8.45pm
Presented by Sarah Walker.
Copland Quiet City Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Ma\rriner
10.09 Musorqsky, arr Howarth Pictures at an Exhibition Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, conductor Elgar Howarth
10.46 Mendelssohn Liederohne Worte (selection) Daniel Barenboim (piano)
10.53 Handel Concerto a Due Cori No 2 in F
English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Karl Richter
11.09 Hindemith Horn Quartet American Horn Quartet
11.29 Walton Viola Concerto
As recommended in Saturday's CD Review.
With Susan Sharpe. Dvorak Stabat Mater
Melanie Diener (soprano), Dagmar Peckova (mezzo), Jaroslav Brezina (tenor), Peter Mikulas (bass), Oslo Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, conductor Jiri Belohlavek
2.26 Beethoven Piano Trio in B flat, Op 11
2.48 Rachmaninov Cello Sonata in G minor, Op 19
3.26 Sibelius Symphony No 5
4.00 Bach Suite in A minor, BWV818a 4.14 Zielenski Viderunt Omnes Fines Terrae (Offertoria et Communiones Totius Anni); Communio in Festo St Stephani (Video Caelos Aperto); Communio in Festo St Mariae Magdalenae (Offertoria et Communiones Totius Anni)
4.23 Handel Sonata in G minor for two violins, HWV390a
4.34 Franck Choral No I in E for organ
4.48 Palmqren Violoncello a Cassado, Op 114 No I
4.51 Boulogne Overture: L'Amant Anonyme
5.00 Stenhammar/fhaka, Op 21
5.10 Mendelssohn, arr anon On Wings of Song. Op 34 No 2
5.13Roussel Aria No 2 for clarinet and piano (Vocalise No 2)
5.15 Debussy, orch Brewaeys La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin; La Serenade Interrompue (Preludes Book 1)
5.21 Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music
5.34 Scriabin Fantasy in A minor for two pianos
5.40 Durante Concerto No 8 in A (La Pazzia)
5.53 Mozart Regina Coeli , K276
6.01 Dussek Piano Sonata in C minor, Op 35 No 3
6.25 Dukas La Péri 6.47 Power Salve Regina
6.54 Isaac Communae Festorum Beatae Mariae Virginis
Written in Their Spare Time
Lucie Skeaping looks back on music composed by the musicians of St Mark 's, Venice, in the 16th and 17th centuries, for performances outside the Church. Producer Chris Wines
A sequence of music and poetry evoking states of rapture. Religious ecstasy is explored through poems by John Donne and George Herbert , and in music by Messiaen and Carver. The Romantic obsession with the mind-altering power of the outdoor world is reflected in works by Wordsworth and Schubert. Musical evocations of ecstatic feelings include works by Scriabin and Thomas Ades , while Shakespeare and Emily Dickinson provide a poetic depiction of the elation felt by lovers. Readers Michael Elwyn and Eleanor Bron. EMAIL: email@example.com
For details of the music and verse heard in this programme, visitwww.bbc.co.uk/radio3/wordsandmusic
Historian Tristram Hunt explores how Elgar's music articulated the notion of British Empire, its triumph and its decline, a somewhat controversial aspect of the composer's work as many feel his music is somehow tainted by its association with imperialist aims and ideals. This documentary presents contrasting views about Elgar and Empire from historians Jeffrey Richards , John Mackenzie and Bernard Porter , and from pianist David Owen Norris and conductor Mark Elder. Producer Jessica Isaacs
By Neil Brand. Imagine if Alastair Campbell had recruited Tom Stoppard , JK Rowling, Ian McEwan and Jeanette Winterson to write patriotic literature supporting the war in Iraq. In 1914 Charles Masterman used the literary and artistic elite to unite the nation.
Producer Neil Brand: Director David Hunter
In the year of the 150th anniversary of Edward Elgar 's birth, Aled Jones explores the composer's choral legacy. Plus the final instalment of performances from Let the Peoples Sing, a competition for amateur choirs from all over Europe.
Charles Haziewood is joined by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky for an in-depth examination of Tchaikovsky's great Violin Concerto, a work originally rejected by its dedicatee, violinist Leopold Auer , as unplayable.
Live from St Edmundsbury Cathedral. Introit: In Paradisum (Faure). Responses: Byrd. Office Hymn: 0 Praise Ye the Lord (Laudate
Dominum). Psalms: 148, 149, 150 (Willcocks,
Stanford). First Reading: Isaiah 65, WT7-25. Canticles: Sumsion in G. Second Reading: Hebrews 11, v32-end; 12 vv1-2. Anthem: Give Us the Wings of Faith (Bullock). Final Hymn: Sing Alleluia Forth (Martins). Organ Voluntary: Prelude and Fugue in A minor. BWV543 (Bach). Director of music James Thomas. Assistant director of music David Humphreys.
Viols and Voices
Catherine Bott welcomes David Skinner and Bill Hunt to discuss the issue of combining voices with viols in an ecclesiastical setting. Music includes works by Tomkins, Byrd, Weelkes and Gibbons, and also some of the Services reconstructed for viols and voices by David Skinner. Producer Rebecca Bean
Michael Berkeley is joined by the historian and political journalist Peter Hennessy , who since 1992 has been Attlee Professor of Contemporary History at Queen Mary College, University of London. His musical choices reflect nostalgia for 50s Britain, with pieces such as Vivian Ellis 's Coronation Scot and the Chris Barber Jazz Band; spiritual works by Bach and Pergolesi, a Beethoven string quartet and the opening of Sibelius's Second Symphony, which reminds him of the Scottish Highlands.