Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring listener requests.
2 hours, 30 minutes
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Tom Service reveals how our brains and bodies produce the 'tingle factor' phenomenon.
Prelude in D flat major, Op 28 No 15, 'Raindrop'
Quintet in B flat major P.105 for strings
Concerto in A minor (BWV.1056) arr. for flute
Dardanus (Prologue: Overture)
Romeo and Juliet (Op.86)
Caprice viennois, Op 2
La boutique fantasque (Galop)
Arabesque No 1 in E major
Eternal source of light divine (Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne)
L'embarquement pour Cythère
In Autumn - overture (Op.11)
Hymn to the Dawn (Choral Hymns from the Rig Veda, Op 23 No 3)
Sinfonia (from Cantata No. 174)
Scherzo (final movement) from Capriccio for piano and orchestra
Hanacpachap cussicuinin - hymn for voices attrib. [in the Incan language Quecha]
Allegro moderato (2nd Movement) from Symphony No.8 in B minor (Op.47)
Wouldn't it be Loverly (My Fair Lady)
The Harmonius Blacksmith Variations
Trois Morceaux en forme de Poire: No. 1 L’entement & No. 2 Enleve
The Creation - Part 3: Von deinmer gut (opening part)
Allegro grazioso and Andante moderato from Mont Juic Suite
Lemminkainen suite (Op.22), no.4; Lemminkainen's return
How listening to R3 Breakfast can reduce stress, aid mindfulness and cure morning breath.
The BBC's Steve Rosenberg (a handy pianist) chips the ice off favourite classical scores.
We're inviting singers to mark 100 years of UK women's suffrage with a new choral work.
In this Weekend Breakfast feature, we hear the natural world in its many guises.
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