Friday, 09th February 2018


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78 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Vierne: Symphony No.1 in D minor, Op.14. Colin Walsh, org.
  2. Wolf-Ferrari: Chamber Symphony in B flat, Op.8. Ex Novo Ensemble.
  3. Kats-Chernin: Re-invention No.1 (based on Invention No.8 in F by J.S.Bach). Genevieve Lacey, rec., Flinders Quartet.
  4. Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings in C, Op.48. Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  5. Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana. Placido Domingo, ten., Renato Bruson, bar., Elena Obraztsova, m-sop., Fedora Barbieri, m-sop., Axelle Gall, m-sop., La Scala Chorus, Milan, La Scala Orch, Milan/Georges Pretre.
  6. Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 9 in E Flat, K271 - Jeunehomme. Mitsuko Uchida, pno., Cleveland Orch/Mitsuko Uchida.
  7. Bach: Partita in E, BWV1006. Anner Bylsma, violoncello piccolo.
  8. Liszt: Three Petrarch sonnets, S270. Joerg Demus, pno., Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar.
  9. Part: Fratres. Gidon Kremer, vln., German Chamber Philharmonic.
  10. Holst: The Planets, Op.32. London SO, London Voices/Richard Hickox.
  11. Lennon/McCartney (arr. Breiner): Beatles Concerto Grosso No.3 (in the style of J.S.Bach). CO/Peter Breiner.
  12. Gershwin: Porgy and Bess: Bess You is my Woman Now. Larry Adler, harmonica, Bernard Walz, pno.
  13. : Interlude - Hollywood and the blacklist. Larry Adler, harmonica, Bernard Walz, pno.

78 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. WELCOME AND WEATHER
  2. Schutz: Be ye therefore merciful. Musica Fiata, Stuttgart Chamber Choir/Frieder Bernius.
  3. Llewellyn: Berceuse. Lights Chamber Ensemble.
  4. Festing: Concerto in A, Op.9/5. Opera Down Under Orch/Richard Divall.
  5. Schumann: Adagio & Allegro in A flat, Op.70. Benjamin Martin, pno., Lin Jiang, horn.
  6. Mendelssohn: In the midst of life,Op.23/3. English CO, Corydon Singers/Matthew Best.
  7. : Bugle Calls. Marcus Salone, bugle.
  8. Brumby: Flute concerto - slow movement. Vernon Hill, fte., Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki.
  9. Ives: Largo Cantabile: Hymn. New York PO/Leonard Bernstein.
  10. Koehne: A Closed World of Fine Feeling. Timothy Kain, gtr.
  11. WEATHER
  12. Mozart L: Symphony in G, 'New Lambach'. Toronto CO/Kevin Mallon.
  13. Ireland: Greater love hath no man. Joshua van Konkelenberg, org., Louise Bottomley, sop., Jeremy Bottomley, bar., Trinity College Choir, Melbourne/Michael Leighton Jones.
  14. Westlake: Babe: Pig in the City, excerpts. Melbourne SO/Nigel Westlake.
  15. Thompson (arr. Downie): Come Home. International Staff Band/Dr Stephen Cobb.
  16. Davies: Berlin - Extracts. Icehouse.
  17. Blyth: A Reel (Yes Really). Emerald Orch/Andrew Blyth.
  18. Arlen (arr. Lanchbery): The Wizard of Oz: Over the Rainbow. Trisha Crowe, sop., Tasmanian SO/Guy Noble.
  19. Copland: Nocturne. Diana Steiner, vln., Otto Herz, pno.
  20. Rodgers (arr. Walker): Carousel: You'll Never Walk Alone. David Hobson, ten., Teddy Tahu Rhodes, bar., Greta Bradman, sop., Lisa McCune, voc., Sinfonia Australis/Guy Noble.
  21. Harline: Pinocchio: When You Wish upon a Star. City of Whitehorse Band/John H Butler.
  22. WEATHER
  23. Andriessen: Magna res est amor - A great thing is love. Elly Ameling, sop., Albert de Klerk, org.
  24. Barlow: Leaving. Paul Grabowsky, pno., Dale Barlow, sax., Tony Buck, drums, Lloyd Swanton, db.
  25. Rodgers: The Magpie. Genevieve Lacey, rec., Computer/Electronics.
  26. Bestor (arr. Klouse): Prayer of the Children. The Vocal Consort/Noel Ancell.
  27. Alford: Colonel Bogey March. Eastman Wind Ensemble/Frederick Fennell.
  28. Dowland: Can she excuse my wrongs?. Simon Martyn-Ellis, theorbo, Latitude 37.
  29. Mozart: Marriage of Figaro - Vedro mentr'io sospiro. John Pringle, bar., Queensland SO/Richard Bonynge.
  30. Higdon: Soliloquy. Dinah Woods, cor ang., Tasmanian SO/Sean O'Boyle.
  31. Brooker (arr. Drake): A Whiter Shade of Pale. Tea Rose Duo.
  32. Kelley: Home on the Range. Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Temple Square Orch/Mack Wilberg.
  33. Herman: Revydags. Ladies Only Cafe Strings.

79 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Bantock: The Pierrot of the Minute Overture. Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Norman Del Mar.
  2. Respighi: The Birds. Atlanta SO/Louis Lane.
  3. Dittersdorf: Viola Concerto in F. Petr Pribyl, vla., South Bohemia Chamber Philharmonic/Ondrej Kukal.
  4. Binge: The Story of Cock Robin: Lehmann (arr Mackerras) Matilda Owen Brannigan, bass, Pro Arte Orch/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  5. Rodrigo: Concierto Madrigal. Ricardo Gallen, gtr., Joaquin Clerch, gtr., Asturias SO/Maximiano Valdes.
  6. Schumann: Adagio & Allegro in A flat, Op.70 (cello and piano). Len Vorster, pno., David Berlin, vlc.

79 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Verdi: Aida: Prelude. Berlin PO/Claudio Abbado.
  3. Glazunov: Symphony No.1 in E, Op.5. USSR Ministry of Culture SO/Gennady Rozhdestvensky.
  4. Druschetzky: Concerto for six timpani. Alexander Peter, timp., Dresden Philharmonic CO/Alexander Peter.
  5. Rossini: Barber of Seville - Una voce poco fa. Sumi Jo, sop., Monte Carlo PO/Paolo Olmi.
  6. Vivaldi: Concerto for 2 flutes in C, RV533. City of London Sinfonia/Nicholas Kraemer.
  7. Spence: Why Say Dreams Are White?. Alister Spence, pno., Myra Melford, pno.
  8. Rodgers: Oklahoma!. Hugh Jackman, voc., Josefina Gabrielle, voc., Vicki Simon, voc., Maureen Lipman, voc., Shuler Hensley, voc., Unnamed Orch/John Owen Edwards.
  9. Tchaikovsky (arr. Singer): Bounce of the Sugar Plum Fairy (from The Nutcracker). John Kirby & His Orch.
  10. Taylor: You Can Close Your Eyes. Joe Chindamo, pno., Alex Pertout, perc., Nilusha Dassenaike, voc.
  11. Dusek: Sinfonia in G. Helios 18/Marie-Louise Oschatz.
  12. Waller: I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby (Edited Alternate Version). Louis Armstrong, vocal & trumpet, Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars.

79 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Witt: Jenaer Sympnony in C. Munich Philharmonic/Marc Andreae.
  3. Mozart: Mass No.18 in C minor, 'Great', K427. Heather Harper, sop., Stafford Dean, bass, Helen Donath, sop., Ryland Davies, ten., London SO, London Symphony Chorus/Sir Colin Davis.
  4. Bach JCF: Quartet No.6 in B for Flute & Strings. Concilium Musicum.
  5. Saint-Saens: Symphony No.2 in A minor, Op.55. London SO/Yondani Butt.
  6. Benjamin: Suite. Ian Munro, pno.
  7. Paganini: Violin Concerto No.2 in B Minor, "La Campanella", Op.7. Salvatore Accardo, vln., London PO/Charles Dutoit.

79 pm - -Singers and Songs Program page
  1. The Bach Family
  2. Bach, JS Was des hoechsten Glanz erfuellt. Thomas Hampson, bass, Concentus Musicus Wien/Nikolaus Harnoncourt
  3. Bach: Come ye troubled sinners, from Cantata 30. Sally-Anne Russell, m-sop., Orch of the Antipodes/Antony Walker.
  4. Bach, JS Jesu der de meine Seele Ach, Ich bin ein Kind der Suenden, Peter Schreier, ten, Karl Heinz Possin, flt
  5. Bach, JS Johannes-Passion Mein teuerer Heiland, lass dich fragen Thomas Quasthoff, bar, Chormeinschaft Neubeuern, Bach-Collegium Munich/Enoch zu Guttenberg
  6. Bach: Christmas Oratorio, BWV248: Flosst mein Heiland, flosst dein Namen. Sally-Anne Russell, m-sop., Sara Macliver, sop., Orch of the Antipodes/Antony Walker.
  7. Bach: Mass in B minor, BWV232: Qui sedes ad dexteram Patris. Kathleen Ferrier, contr., London PO/Sir Adrian Boult.
  8. Bach, JC So must I take my leave, may reason triumph Hjoerdis Thebault, sop
  9. Bach, J C La Clemenzo di Scipio Pugno il guerriero, Philippe Jaroussky, counterten.,Le cercle de l'Harmonie/Jeremie Rhorer
  10. Bach, JS Wachet Auf Mein Freund ist mein, und ich bin sein Thomas Hampson, bass, Allan Bergius, sop, Concentus Musicus Wien/Nikolaus Harnoncourt Bach JS Wachet auf Mein Freund ist mein, und ich bin sein Thomas Hampson, bass, Allan Bergius, sop. Concentus Musicus, Wien/ Nikolaus Harnoncourt

80 pm - -Colours of Jazz Program page
  1. Scmidt: A Good Hard Look. Daryl Mckenzie Jazz Orchestra
  2. Gren/Deutsch: He's a gypsy from Poughkeepsie: Tommy Dorsey's Clambake 7, Edythe Wright (vocal)
  3. Schwatz?Jerome: Chinatown. Tommy Dorset Clambake Seven
  4. Hubbard: Little Sunflower. Dorothy Ashby, harp, Richard Evans Orch.
  5. Hubbard: Sunflower. Milt Jackson (v), Freddie Hubbard (t), Jazz Ensemble
  6. Wahington/Bassman: I'm getting sentimental over you. Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
  7. Handy: Dalvatore Sally. Boyd Raeburn & Orchestra
  8. Jobim (arr. Cleal): Once I Loved (Amor Em Paz). Tamara Murphy, db., Juliarna Cleal, voc., Jon Delaney, gtr., Barnaby Gold, drums.
  9. Jobim: Once I Loved (Amor Em Paz). Cannonball Adderley, sax., Bossa Rio Sextet of Brazil.
  10. Loesser/McHugh: say it. Frank Sinatra (Vocal) Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
  11. Arlen/mercer: Blues in the Night. Jo Stafford (vocal)
  12. Kosma/Mercer: Autumn leaves. Bob Berg (tenor), jazz ensemble
  13. Ellington: I got it bad. Ricky Ford (tenor), jazz enemble
  14. Oliver; Well, Git IT. Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
  15. Rodgers/Hart: The Blue room. Tommy Dorsey orchestra
  16. Colby: My Friend the Ghost. Jimmy Dorsey, cl., Tommy Dorsey, tbn., Dorsey Brothers Orch.
  17. Nock: Knock Nock. The Ted Vining Trio
  18. Nock: The Sibylline Fragrance of Gardenias. Mike Nock, pno.
  19. Bley/Krog: Sing me softly of the Blues. Karin Krog (vocal), Archie Shepp (sax)
  20. Lindgren: To my friends. Lasse Lindgren Band
  21. Faure: pavane. Hubert Laws (flute), jazz ensemble

80 pm - -Australian Sounds Program page
  1. Harvoe
  2. Chan: Passage & Calcium Light Night. New Sydney Wind Quintet.
  3. Hyde: Piano Concerto No. 1 in E Flat minor. Miriam Hyde, pno., West Australian SO/Geoffrey Simon.
  4. Harris: Compossible XIV. Natsuko Yoshimoto, vln., James Cuddeford, vln.
  5. Dench: Ik(s)land(s). Deborah Kayser, sop., Elision/Carl Rosman.
  6. Page: Courb Dominante for solo flute, alto flute and sarurnian sound spectre. Laura Chislett, fte.
  7. Nordhuis