Sunday, 09th August 2020



02 am - Notturno Program page
  1. Mahler, Gustav: Symphony No.8 in E flat, 'Symphony of a Thousand'. Dagmar Peckova, m-sop., Marina Shaguch, sop., Markus Eiche, bar., Martin Snell, bass, Sara Macliver, sop., Simon O'Neill, ten., Twyla Robinson, sop. Adelaide Symphony Chorus, Gondwana Voices, Sydney Children's Choir, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Sydney SO/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
  2. Mahler, Gustav: Youths Magic Horn. Ann Murray, m-sop., Thomas Allen, bar. London PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  3. Strauss R: Metamorphosen. West Australian SO/Simone Young.
  4. Wagner R: Wesendonck Lieder, Op.91. Marilyn Richardson, sop. Queensland SO/Werner Andreas Albert.
  5. Wagner R: Gotterdammerung: Siegfried's Journey down the Rhine. Lisa Gasteen, sop., Timothy Mussard, ten. Adelaide SO/Asher Fisch.
  6. Beethoven, Ludwig van: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat, Op.73, 'Emperor'. Gerard Willems, pno. Sinfonia Australis/Antony Walker.
  7. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Ave verum, K618. National Boys' Choir of Australia, QC Ensemble/Peter Casey.

02 am - Sunday Notturno Program page
  1. Mahler, Gustav: Symphony No.8 in E flat, 'Symphony of a Thousand'. Dagmar Peckova, m-sop., Marina Shaguch, sop., Markus Eiche, bar., Martin Snell, bass, Sara Macliver, sop., Simon O'Neill, ten., Twyla Robinson, sop. Adelaide Symphony Chorus, Gondwana Voices, Sydney Children's Choir, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Sydney SO/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
  2. Mahler, Gustav: Youths Magic Horn. Ann Murray, m-sop., Thomas Allen, bar. London PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  3. Strauss R: Metamorphosen. West Australian SO/Simone Young.
  4. Wagner R: Wesendonck Lieder, Op.91. Marilyn Richardson, sop. Queensland SO/Werner Andreas Albert.
  5. Wagner R: Gotterdammerung: Siegfried's Journey down the Rhine. Lisa Gasteen, sop., Timothy Mussard, ten. Adelaide SO/Asher Fisch.
  6. Beethoven, Ludwig van: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat, Op.73, 'Emperor'. Gerard Willems, pno. Sinfonia Australis/Antony Walker.
  7. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Ave verum, K618. National Boys' Choir of Australia, QC Ensemble/Peter Casey.

07 am - Hymns Old and New Program page
  1. Dykes: Hark, my soul, it is the Lord. St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  2. Archer: Judge eternal, throned in splendour. Chichester Cathedral Choir
  3. Courteville: Thou art the way. Wakefield Cathedral Choir
  4. Connelly: Seek, O seek the Lord. Combined Church Choirs, St James Church King Street Sydney
  5. Harwood: Let all the world in every corner sing. From RSCM Australia Summer School 2001
  6. Terry: Lord, for tomorrow and its needs. St Gabriel Singers
  7. Stanley (arr Phillips): O thou who camest from above. Melbourne Chorale (1992)
  8. Vaughan Williams: He who would valiant be. Choir of St Paul's Cathedral London
  9. Elvey: Crown him with many crowns. St Michael's Singers Coventry:

07 am - Organ and Choral Music Program page
  1. Wright: Brother James Air (improvisation). Lindsay O'Neill, org.
  2. Sweelinck: Variations on 'Fortune, my foe'. Willem Retze Talsma, org.
  3. Whitlock: Intermezzo. Graham Barber, org.
  4. Marson: The nymphs and shepherds danced; Morley: Arise, awake, you silly shepherds sleeping. Purcell Consort of Voices/Grayston Burgess
  5. Morley: April is in my mistress's face. Imogen Children's Choir/Laurie Gaffney
  6. Dubois: Toccata (Douze Pieces No. 3). Adrian Lucas, org.
  7. Handel, George Frederic: The King shall rejoice, HWV260. Tallis Chamber Choir; Royal Academy Consort/Jeremy Summerly.
  8. Nicholson: Impromptu No. 1 in A flat. Ian Hare, org.
  9. Walter/Othmayr/Osiander: Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott. Musica Antiqua Vienna/Bernhard Klebel
  10. Mozart: Four Pieces from the London Notebook K15. Thomas Trotter, org.
  11. arr de Cormier: A la Claire Fontaine; arr Bertalot: Alouette. Melbourne Voices/Richard Nicholls
  12. Festing: Largo, Allegro, Aria & two variations. Gordon Stewart, org.
  13. Barber, Samuel: Under The Willow Tree. Cambridge University Chamber Choir/Timothy Brown.
  14. Boex: Rustic March. Bruce Prince Joseph, org.

09 am - Morning Classics Program page
  1. Corelli, Arcangelo: Recorder Concerto in E minor, Op.5/8. Maurice Steger, rec. English Concert/Laurence Cummings.
  2. Verdi, Giuseppe (arr. Mackerras, Sir Charles): The Lady and the Fool Suite. London PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  3. Boyce, William: Symphony No.7 in B flat, Op.2/7. Academy of Ancient Music/Christopher Hogwood.
  4. Mendelssohn, Felix: Piano Concerto No.1 in G minor, Op.25. Peter Katin, pno. London SO/Anthony Collins.
  5. Brescianello, Guiseppe Antonio: Violin Concerto in E minor, Op.1/4. Shaun Lee-Chen, vln. Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  6. Bernstein, Leonard: Symphonic Dances from West Side Story. West Australian SO/Benjamin Northey.

11 am - Music for Strings Program page
  1. Warlock, Peter: Capriol Suite. Guildhall String Ensemble/Robert Salter.
  2. Popper, David: Cello Concerto in E minor, Op.24. Jascha Silberstein, vlc. Swiss Romande Orch/Richard Bonynge.
  3. Kats-Chernin, Elena: The Witching Hour - Concerto for Eight Double Basses and Orchestra. Alex Henery, db., Caro Vigilante, db., Kees Boersma, db., Kirsty McCahon, db., Matthew McDonald, db., Max McBride, db., Robert Nairn, db., Timothy Dunin, db. Australian World Orch/Alexander Briger.

Midday - A Lunchtime Miscellany Program page
  1. Brumby: South Bank Overture. Queensland SO/Werner Andreas Albert.
  2. Nedbal: Valse triste. Prague SO/Vaclav Smetacek.
  3. Fraser: Piano Concerto in F Major - Rerun. Grant Gershon, pno., Hollywood Chamber SO/Grant Gershon.
  4. Debussy: Two Arabesques. Gordon Fergus-Thompson, pno.
  5. Dobrzynski. Piano Concerto. Howard Shelley forte piano. Concerto Koln.
  6. Weber: Symphony No.2 in C. LCP/Sir Roger Norrington.
  7. Mozart: Divertimento in D, K.136. Berlin Philharmonic Octet.
  8. Glazunov: Exc: The Seasons, Op.67. Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi.

2 pm - Sunday Afternoon Program page
  1. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Concerto for Three Pianos in F, K242. Andras Schiff, pno., Daniel Barenboim, pno., Sir Georg Solti, pno. English CO/ Sir Georg Solti.
  2. Haydn, Franz Joseph: Symphony No. 98 in B flat, Hob. I:98. Philharmonia Hungarica/ Antal Dorati.
  3. Tallis, John. Seven Pieces for Piano: Valse Caprice; Madrigal; Tartar March. Stefan Cassomenos, pno.
  4. Mathiske, Bruce: Suite in C: Strings of The Metropolitan Orch./ Sarah-Grace Williams.
  5. Bellini, Vincenzo: La sonnambula: 'Ah! Non credea mirarti' and cabaletta 'Ah non giunge'. Dame Joan Sutherland, sop., Nicola Monti, ten., Fernando Corena, bass, Margreta Elkins, m-sop., Orch. and Chorus of the Florence May Festival/ Richard Bonynge.
  6. Herold, Ferdinand: La somnambule - Act 3. Orch Victoria/ Richard Bonynge.

8 pm - Choral Masterworks Program page
  1. Janequin, Clement: The song of the birds. .
  2. Schutz, Heinrich: Funeral Music, Op.7. English Baroque Soloists, His Majesty's Sagbutts and Cornetts, Monteverdi Choir/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  3. Ferrabosco l, Alfonso: Psalm 103 - Benedic anima mea. Huelgas Ensemble/Paul Van Nevel.
  4. Poulenc, Francis: French Chansons for choir a cappella. Groupe Vocal de France/John Alldis.

10 pm - Sunday Night Late Program page
  1. Williamson, Malcolm: Santiago de Espada - Overture. Tasmanian SO/Richard Mills.
  2. Devienne, Francois: Sinfonia Concertante No. 2 in F. Les Vents Francais, Munich CO/Daniel Giglberger. (flute / oboe/ horn / bassoon & orch.)
  3. Mills, Richard: Seaside Dances. Queensland SO/Richard Mills.
  4. Gavin, Val: Song Offerings on Poems by Tagore. Julian Gavin, ten., May Gavin, pno.
  5. Brumby, Colin: Bassoon Concerto. Paul Blackman, bsn. Adelaide SO/Patrick Thomas.
  6. Kats-Chernin, Elena: Nonchalance. Elena Kats-Chernin, pno., Lorelei Dowling, bsn.
  7. Murphy, Tamara: Lullaby. Robert Burke, sax., Tony Gould, pno.