Sunday, 30th April 2017


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02 am - Sunday Notturno Program page
  1. Haydn: String Quartet in G, Hob.III:81, Op.77/1. Australian String Quartet.
  2. Verdi: Ernani. Dame Joan Sutherland, sop., Luciano Pavarotti, ten., Alastair Miles, bass, Paata Burchuladze, bass, Leo Nucci, bar., Richard Morton, ten., Welsh National Opera Orch, Welsh National Opera Chorus/Richard Bonynge.
  3. Hummel: Bassoon Concerto in F. Claudio Gonella, bsn., Italian InterNO/Diego Dini-Ciacci.
  4. Sculthorpe: Cello Dreaming. Sue-Ellen Paulsen, vlc., Tasmanian SO/Richard Mills.
  5. Mozart: A Musical Joke, K.522. English Concert/Andrew Manze.
  6. Respighi: Ancient airs and dances - suite No.2. Australian CO/Christopher Lyndon-Gee.

07 am - Hymns Old and New Program page
  1. Traditional Hebrew melody: The God of Abraham praise. Cantus Choro
  2. Excell: When upon life's billows. (Count your blessings). Salvation Army Choir (UK)
  3. from Palestrina: The strife is o'er. Choirs of St Paul's Church K Street Washington; Washington Symphonic Brass
  4. Connelly: By your kingly power. Cantus Choro
  5. Thorne: Jesus calls us o'er the tumult. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  6. Campbell: And can it be. Choir of Methodist Central Hall Westminster

07 am - Organ and Choral Music Program page
  1. Bach: Toccata in F, BWV540i. Rhys Boak, org (St Michael's Church, Melbourne)
  2. Wesley: Blessed be the God and Father. Hereford Cathedral Choir/Roy Massey. David Briggs, org
  3. Bach: Fugue in F, BWV540ii. David Drury, org (Dresden Cathedral)
  4. Byrd: Christus resurgens. The Cambridge Singers/John Rutter
  5. Mendelssohn: Hear my Prayer. Ernest Lough, tr; Temple Church Choir/George Thalben-Ball
  6. Stanford: Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem, Op.123. Choir of St Paul's Cathedral, London/John Scott
  7. Fasch: Trumpet Concerto in D. Anthony Pope, tpt., Dominic Perissinotto, org.
  8. Bach: Schemelli Song Book: God liveth still. BWV461. King's College Choir Cambridge/Sir David Willcocks.
  9. Wagner arr Lemare: Mastersingers of Nuremberg, Overture. Thomas Trotter, org (Birmingham Town Hall)
  10. Rutter: Christ the Lord is risen again. Hereford Cathedral Choir/Roy Massey. David Briggs, org

09 am - Morning Classics Program page
  1. Stanhope: The Magic Island. Tasmanian SO/Benjamin Northey.
  2. Mozart: Piano Quartet No.1 in G minor, K478. Bruno Giuranna, vla., Beaux Arts Trio.
  3. Bruch: Violin Concerto No.1 in G minor, Op.26. Niki Vasilakis, vln., Tasmanian SO/Sebastian Lang-Lessing.
  4. Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade, Op.35. Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki.

Midday - A Lunchtime Miscellany Program page
  1. Sullivan: The Mikado Overture. D'Oyly Carte Opera Orch/John Pryce-Jones.
  2. Weber (arr. Berlioz): Invitation to the Dance, Op.65. Vienna PO/Willi Boskovsky.
  3. Legrand (arr. Morley): Les parapluies de Cherbourg. "I will wait for you". Itzhak Perlman, vln., Pittsburgh SO/John Williams.
  4. Grainger: Handel in the Strand. Sydney SO/John Hopkins.
  5. Gillis: Symphony No.5 1/2. New London Orch/Ronald Corp.
  6. Tausch: Concerto No.1 in B flat for two Clarinets, Op.27. Thea King, cl., Nicholas Bucknall, cl., English CO/Leopold Hager.
  7. Smetana (arr. Smolka): Suite from Smetana's Sketch book. Slovak RSO/Robert Stankovsky.
  8. Rubinstein: Concertstuck in A flat, Op.113. Joseph Banowetz, pno., Slovak RSO/Oliver Dohnanyi.
  9. Brahms (arr. Brahms): Hungarian Dances . London SO/Neeme Jarvi.

2 pm - Apres-Midi Program page
  1. Haydn: The Creation, Hob.XXI:2 (1st. disc). Emma Kirkby, sop., Anthony Rolfe Johnson, ten., Michael George, bass, AAM, New College Choir, Oxford/Christopher Hogwood.
  2. Haydn: The Creation, Hob.XXI:2 (1st. disc). Emma Kirkby, sop., Anthony Rolfe Johnson, ten., Michael George, bass, AAM, New College Choir, Oxford/Christopher Hogwood.

5 pm - Reflections Program page
  1. Interview with Bruce Gladwin, Artistic Director of Back to Back Theatre
  2. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  3. Westlake: Missa Solis: Requiem for Eli. Liam Crisanti, treb., Melbourne SO, Melbourne SO Chorus/Nigel Westlake.
  4. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  5. Satie: Gymnopedie No.1. Tessa Birnie, pno.
  6. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  7. Grainger: Lincolnshire Posy. Eastman Wind Ensemble/Frederick Fennell.
  8. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  9. Reich: Music for 18 Musicians: Pulses. Ensemble.
  10. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  11. Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man. West Australian SO/Benjamin Northey.
  12. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  13. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..

6 pm - Melbourne in Concert Program page
  1. Australian Festival of Chamber Music; Evening Series OP 127!; Townsville Civic Theatre; 5/8/2016. (Recorded for 4MBS Classic FM by Jason Whiting)
  2. Schubert: 20 Waltzes (Last Waltzes) Op. 127, D. 146/Finghin Collins, Andrew West, Sa Chen, Timothy Young, Piers Lane (pno)
  3. Schumann: Five Lieder and Songs, Op.127/Roderick Williams (bar), Andrew West (pno)
  4. Shostakovich: Seven Romances on Verses by Blok, Op.127/Valda Wilson (sop), Adam Chalabi (vln), Paul Silverthorne (vla), Trey Lee (vlc), Sa Chen (pno)
  5. Beethoven: String Quartet No.12 in E flat, Op.127/Goldner String Quartet

8 pm - Choral Masterworks Program page
  1. Morales: Parce mihi Domine. Monteverdi Choir/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  2. Schutz: Purge out therefore the old leaven. Musica Fiata, Stuttgart Chamber Choir/Frieder Bernius.
  3. Demantius: There Was a Silence in Heaven. The Song Company.
  4. Interview with Mario Dobernig, Artistic Director of Victoria Chorale - Brahms Requiem performance
  5. Palestrina: Missa Papae Marcelli. Pro Cantione Antiqua/Mark Brown.

10 pm - Sunday Night Late Program page
  1. Canning: Fantasy on a Hymn by Justin Morgan. Cincinnati SO/Jesus Lopez Cobos.
  2. Milhaud: String Quartet No. 1, Op.5. Aquitaine Chamber Music Centre Quartet.
  3. Smith: Africa: Ceremony, Song & Ritual. Geelong Concert Senior Band/Mark Irwin.
  4. Hyde: Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Piano in G. Sydney Chamber Players.
  5. Shore: Concertino based on the score of " Eastern Promises". Nicola Benedetti, vln., Greg Knowles, cimbalom, Bournemouth SO/Kirill Karabits.
  6. Sor: Favourites of the Salon. Josep Maria Roger, fortepiano.