Thursday, 17th August 2017


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Midnight - Notturno Program page
  1. Myaskovsky: Symphony No.24 in F minor, Op.63. Moscow PO/Dmitry Yablonsky.
  2. Rachmaninov: Etudes-Tableaux, Op.39. Vladimir Ovchinnikov, pno.
  3. Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beauty, Op.66. Philharmonia Orch/John Lanchbery.
  4. Shostakovich: Cello Concerto No.1 in E Flat, Op.107. Mstislav Rostropovich, vlc., Moscow PO/Gennady Rozhdestvensky.
  5. Bach: Cello suite No.2 in D minor, BWV1008. James Wannan, vla.
  6. Buxtehude: Aria "La Capricciosa" in G, BuxWV250. Lars Ulrik Mortensen, hpschd.
  7. Byrd: Mass for four voices with Gregorian Chants and Motets. Cantores Missae/Charles Finch.
  8. Haydn: String Quartet in G minor, Hob.III:33, Op.20/3. Simon Standage, vln., Jennifer Ward Clarke, vlc., Micaela Comberti, vln., Trevor Jones, vla., Salomon Quartet.
  9. Sculthorpe: Burke and Wills, Film Soundtrack Complete. Australian CO, Phoenix String Quartet, Sydney Studio Musicians.
  10. Lloyd: Concerto for Trombone. Mervyn Preusker, tbn., Hawthorn Band/Ross Johnson.
  11. Weiss (arr. Grigoryan): Concerto in D minor for guitar and string orchestra. Slava Grigoryan, gtr., Tasmanian SO/Benjamin Northey.

06 am - Daybreak Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Franceschini: Sonata in D for 2 trumpets & organ. Friedemann Immer Trumpet Consort.
  3. Haydn: Despairing Bard. Susan Drake, harp, Alison Pearce, sop.
  4. Francaix: Concertino for Piano and Orchestra. Jean-Yves Thibaudet, pno., Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit.
  5. Traditional (arr. Johnson): Lovely Joan. The Light Quartet.
  6. Ibert: Entr'acte. Timothy Kain, gtr., David Nuttall, oboe.
  7. Carmichael (arr. Crenshaw): A Quiet Place. The Vocal Consort/Noel Ancell.
  8. Hyde: Toccato for Two. Louisa Breen, pno., Bonnie Brown, pno.
  9. Bowman: Vexilla Regis: There as he Slain in Noble Youth. Calvin Bowman, org.
  10. Coleridge-Taylor: Four Characteristic Waltzes, Op. 22. RTE Concert Orch/Adrian Leaper.
  11. Schubert: Andantino in C, D348. Ian Munro, pno.
  12. Grant: Waltz for Betz. Janet Rutherford, vla., Tasmanian SO/Sean O'Boyle.
  13. Mills: Pastoral. Stephen Robinson, oboe.
  14. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  15. Bach: Keyboard Concerto in D, BWV1054. Max Cooke, hpschd., Victorian College of the Arts Strings/Marco von Pagee.
  16. Boellmann: Two Pieces for cello and piano, Op.31. Bengt Forsberg, pno., Mats Lidstrom, vlc.
  17. MacMillan: A new song. Paul McMahon, ten., Jane Sheldon, sop., Brendan Lukin, org., Cantillation/Brett Weymark.
  18. Stanhope: Concerto for Band. Elder Conservatorium Wind Ensemble/Robert Hower.
  19. Kapsberger: Toccata 5a. Paul O'Dette, lute.
  20. Barber: Souvenirs, Op.28. Atlanta SO/Yoel Levi.
  21. McEncroe: Introspective Moments. John Martin, pno.
  22. Mahler: Symphony No. 3 in D minor. Kerstin Meyer, contr., Halle Orch, Halle Choir, Manchester Grammar School Boy's Choir/Sir John Barbirolli.
  23. Kummer: Cello Duet, Op.22/1. Phoebe Carrai, vlc., Tanya Tomkins, vlc.
  24. Various: McKellar, Kenneth - The Decca Years 1955-75 - CD 1. Kenneth McKellar, ten., Various/ Various.
  25. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  26. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  27. Gurney: A Gloucestershire Rhapsody, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Rumon Gamba
  28. Beethoven: String Quartet No. 3 in D, Op.18/3. Goldner String Quartet.
  29. Porter: Blow, Gabriel, Blow. Ethel Merman, voc., Unnamed Orch/ Unnamed Conductor.
  30. Cabezon (arr. Grainger): Prelude in the Dorian Mode. City of London Wind Ensemble/Geoffrey Brand.
  31. Puccini: Tosca, excerpts. Jose Carreras, ten., Italo Tajo, bass, Hungarian State Orch/Michael Tilson-Thomas.
  32. Crusell: Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in E flat, Op.1. Per Billman, cl., Uppsala CO/Gerard Korsten.
  33. Liszt: Transcription of Alexander Alyabiev's 'The Nightingalr'. Geoffrey Tozer, pno.
  34. Alwyn: The History of Mr Polly, London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox
  35. Bishop: Lo, Here the Gentle Lark. Sumi Jo, sop., Orch of St Luke's/Richard Bonynge.
  36. Benedict: The Gypsy and the Bird. Sumi Jo, sop., Orch of St Luke's/Richard Bonynge.

10 am - Morning Recital Program page
  1. THE CLASSIC EXCELLENCE OFANDRAS SCHIFF
  2. Bach: Keyboard Concerto in A, BWV1055. Andras Schiff, pno., CO of Europe.
  3. Schubert: Schubert Songs D510. Andras Schiff, pno., Cecilia Bartoli, m-sop.
  4. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.23 in F minor, Op.57, 'Appassionata'. Andras Schiff, pno.
  5. Mozart: Piano Quartet No.2 in E Flat, K493. Andras Schiff, pno., Miklos Perenyi, vlc., Yuuko Shiokawa, vln., Erich Hobarth, vla.
  6. Smetana: Salon Polka, Op.7. Andras Schiff, pno.

Midday - Divertimento Program page
  1. Zeller: Der Vogelhandler: Gruss euch Gott, alle miteinander. Fritz Wunderlich, ten.
  2. Borodin: 2nd (Scherzo: Allegro) fr String Quartet No.2 in D. Takacs Quartet.
  3. Bach: Finale (Gigue) fr Cello suite No.4 in E flat, BWV1010. Pieter Wispelwey, vlc.
  4. Antonio Soler: Fandango in D minor. Donald Nicolson, hpschd.
  5. Elgar: Salut d'amour, Op.12. Kathryn Selby, pno., Qin Li-Wei, vlc.
  6. Morris: Finale (Ocean Ride) fr Forest Over the Sea. Carolyn Morris, pno., Peter Sheridan, fte., Jessica Hateley, fte.
  7. Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Gypsy Ballads, Op.152. Karin Schaupp, gtr., Cantillation/Philip Chu.
  8. Ernesto Halffter: Danza de la pastora. Alicia de Larrocha, pno.
  9. Xavier Montsalvatge: Five canciones negras. Victoria de los Angeles, sop., Orch Societe des Concerts Conservatoire/Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos.
  10. Salzedo: Suite of Eight Dances: Rumba. SHE Seven Harp Ensemble.
  11. Smetana: To Our Lasses, Polka in D. Prague SO/Vaclav Smetacek.
  12. Tchaikovsky: Waltz-scherzo in C, Op.34. Nathan Milstein, vln., Unnamed Orch/Robert Irving.
  13. Kats-Chernin: After Dinner Rag. Ian Munro, pno.
  14. Gershwin: Embraceable You. Judy Garland, voc., Victor Young's Orch.

1 pm - Concert Hall Program page
  1. Mahler: Ruckert Lieder. Christa Ludwig, m-sop., Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  2. Howells: Concerto for String Orchestra. Royal Liverpool PO/Vernon Handley.
  3. Franck: Nocturne. Christa Ludwig, m-sop., Orchestre de Paris/Daniel Barenboim.
  4. Korngold: Symphonic Serenade in B, Op.39. BBC PO/Matthias Bamert.
  5. Schumann: Symphony No.1 in B flat, Op.38, Spring. RCO/Riccardo Chailly.
  6. Westlake: Piano Sonata ll. Jayson Gillham, pno.
  7. Tartini: Violin concerto in A, D.96. Giuliano Carmignola, vln., Venice Baroque Orch/Andrea Marcon.
  8. Villa-Lobos: Concerto for Guitar and Small Orchestra, 1951. Pepe Romero, gtr., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.

4 pm - Intermezzo Program page
  1. Respighi: Overture Carnevalesca. Slovak RSO/ Adriano.
  2. Cavalli: from Messa Concertata. Parley Of Instruments, Seicento/Peter Holman.
  3. Biber: Passacaglia in G minor. Reinhard Goebel, vln.
  4. Mozart: last movement from Piano Sonata No.15 in F, K.533. Alexei Lubimov, fortepiano.
  5. Canteloube: Songs of the Auvergne: Trois Bourrees. Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, sop., English CO/Jeffrey Tate.
  6. Gershwin: 2nd part An American in Paris. Monte Carlo National Opera Orch/Edo de Waart.
  7. Bruckner: last movement from String Quintet in F. Vienna Philharmonia Quintet.
  8. Kircher (arr. Pluhar): Tono hypodorico (Tarantella napoletana). L'Arpeggiata/Christina Pluhar.
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  10. Strauss R: from Four Last Songs. Jessye Norman, sop., Gewandhaus Orch/Kurt Masur.
  11. Ireland: The Almond Tree. Eric Parkin, pno.
  12. Wagner R: Mastersingers of Nuremberg, Prelude. Basel SO/Armin Jordan.
  13. Morton: Black Bottom Stomp. Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers.
  14. Mozart: last movement from Piano Concerto No.24 in C minor, K.491. Clara Haskil, pno., Lamoureux Concerts Orch/Igor Markevitch.
  15. Lee: Sokkqan (Breath sight). Riley Lee, shakuhachi.
  16. Berlioz: from Les Nuits d'ete, Op.7. Dame Janet Baker, m-sop., City of London Sinfonia/Richard Hickox.
  17. Waldteufel: Naples, waltz Op.179. Slovak State PO/Alfred Walter.
  18. Vives: Dona Francisquita: por el humo se sabe donde esta el fuego. Placido Domingo, ten., Barcelona SO/Garcia Navarro.
  19. Faure: Nocturne No. 7 in C sharp minor, Op.74. Jean-Philippe Collard, pno.
  20. Godowsky: Kate & Leopold, Old Vienna. Jascha Heifetz, vln., Emanuel Bay, pno.
  21. Robinson: from Pavans and Galliards for Lute Solo and Two Lutes. Christopher Wilson, lute, Shirley Rumsey, lute.
  22. Various: from Rossini, Donizetti, Verdi Rarities. Monserrat Caballe, sop., RCA Italiana Opera Orch, RCA Italiana Opera Chorus/Carlo Felice Cillario.
  23. Martinu: from Frescoes of della Francesco. Malmo SO/James DePreist.
  24. Hummel: 4 th movement from Piano Septet No.1 in D minor, Op.74. Melos Ensemble.
  25. Mompou: Carros de Galicia. Paul Komen, pno.

8 pm - Illuminations Program page
  1. Beethoven - 25 Irish Songs - WoO152 (London and Edinburgh, 1814) No.1 The Return To Ulster Christopher Maltman, baritone, Marieke Blankestijn, violin, Ursula Smith, Malcolm Martineau, piano.
  2. Arthur Sullivan - Marmion Overture (1867) (after Scott: Marmion, 1808) Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Nash, Royston, conductor
  3. Max Bruch (1838-1920) - Ave Maria für Violoncello und Orchester op. 61 (1892) (nach einem Motiv aus der dramatischen Kantate "Das Feuerkreuz" op. 52, 1889) (after W. Scott: The Lady of the Lake) Friedrich Kleinhapl, Guadagnini cello, Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jan Kučera
  4. Schubert - 7 Gesänge, D835/9, 843, 846 (1825) (after Scott, The Lady of the Lake, 1810) D 836 Coronach (Totengesang der Frauen und Mädchen) Op52 no4 Arnold Schoenberg Choir, Erwin Ortner
  5. Schubert - 7 Gesänge, D835/9, 843, 846 (1825/6 (after Scott, The Lady of the Lake, 1810). Norman’s Song D 846 op52 no 5, (III, 23). Ellen’s Song III Hymn to the Virgin, D839 Op 562 no 6 Ave Maria! Maiden mild! (III, 29) Roman Terkel, baritone, Ruth Ziesak, sop., Ulrich Eisenlohr, piano.
  6. Berlioz Waverley Overture (1828) London Symphony Orchestra, Valery Gergiev
  7. Adrien Boieldieu - La Dame blanche (1825) Libretto: Eugène Scribe (Excerpts) Rockwell Blake (Georges Brown), Laurent Naouri (Gaveston), Jean-Paul Fouchécourt (Dickson), Annick Massis (Anna), Mireille Delunsch (Jenny), Sylvie Brunet (Margeurite) Ensemble Orchestral de Paris & Chœur de Radio France, Marc Minkowski