Saturday, 10th February 2018


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Midnight - -Notturno Program page
  1. Raff: Symphony No. 9 in E minor, Op.208, 'In Summer'. Slovak State PO/Urs Schneider.
  2. Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius, Op.38. David Wilson-Johnson, bar., Mark Tucker, ten., Lilli Paasikivi, m-sop., Sydney SO, Tasmanian SO Chorus, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
  3. Dvorak: String Quartet No. 3 in D, B.18. Prague Quartet.
  4. Easton: Cocktail Suite. Len Vorster, pno., Michael Easton, pno.
  5. Brumby: Flute concerto. Vernon Hill, fte., Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki.
  6. Ives: A Symphony: New England Holidays. Baltimore SO/David Zinman.
  7. Wolf: Mignon Songs. Christa Ludwig, m-sop., Erik Werba, pno.
  8. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker, Op.71. Queensland SO/Werner Andreas Albert.

00 am - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Boieldieu: La Dame blanche, Overture. London SO/Richard Bonynge.
  2. Liszt: Study in E flat, No. 7 fr. "Twelve studies", S136. Leslie Howard, pno.
  3. Boyce: Symphony No, 4, in F. Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  4. Anonymous: Traveller's tapestry. Cantigas.
  5. Lawes: Pieces for Two Lutes, "Corant". Jacob Heringman, lute, David Miller, lute.
  6. Albinoni: Oboe concerto in D, Op.7/6, "Adagio"and "Allegro". John Anderson, oboe, Philharmonia Orch/Simon Wright.
  7. Ribayaz: Xacaras por primer tono. The Harp Consort/Andrew Lawrence-King.
  8. Fresneau: La Fricassee. Ensemble Clement Janequin/Dominique Visse.
  9. Dumanoir: Stockholm Ballet Suite, excerpts. Le Concert des Nations/Jordi Savall.
  10. Weckmann: Toccata in E minor. Gustav Leonhardt, hpschd.
  11. Bach CPE: Cello Concerto in A, Wq.172, "Allegro assai". Tim Hugh, vlc., Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Richard Studt.
  12. Handel: Zadok the Priest. Choir of Westminster Abbey, The English Concert, Trevor Pinnock (organ)/Simon Preston.
  13. Brumby: Festival Overture on Australian Themes. WASO/Richard Mills
  14. Offenbach: Tales of Hoffmann - Scintille diamant. Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone, Metropolitan Opera Orch/James Levine.
  15. Sauer: Piano Concerto No.1 in E Minor, "Rondo. tempo giusto". Stephen Hough, pno., City of Birmingham SO/Lawrence Foster.
  16. Rodgers (arr: Simonds): Oklahoma, "Oh, What a Beautiful mornin' ". Yvonne Kenny, sop., Melbourne SO/Guy Noble.
  17. Glazunov: Violin Concerto in A minor, Op.82, "Allegro". Gil Shaham, vln., Russian NO/Mikhail Pletnev.
  18. Bolten: New Palace Fanfare. The Art of rumpet, Vienna/Leonhard Leeb.
  19. Reinecke: Trio in A Minor, Op.188, ""Scherzo Molto vivace". Ingo Goritski, oboe, Barry Tuckwell, horn, Ricardo Requejo, pno.
  20. Herbert: Babes in Toyland: The March of the Toys. New London Orch/Ronald Corp.
  21. Verdi: I lombardi, "La mia letizia infondere" . Roberto Alagna, ten., Berlin PO/Claudio Abbado.
  22. Goodwin: Puppet Serenade. New Zealand SO/Ron Goodwin.
  23. Dohnanyi: Symphonic Minutes, Op.36, "Scherzo". West Australian SO/Jorge Mester.
  24. Bizet: Carmen, Prelude. CSRSO/Alexander Rahbari.

00 am - -Classically Kids Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Sculthorpe: Songs of Sea and Sky. William Barton, didjeridu, Queensland SO/Michael Christie.
  3. Glass: Orion: Interlude: Australia & China. Mark Atkins, didjeridu, Wu Man, pipa, Philip Glass Ensemble/Philip Glass.
  4. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  5. Baroque Period pre-record from Adam P
  6. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.5 in D, BWV1050: 3rd mvt.. Orch of the Antipodes/Erin Helyard.
  7. Humperdinck: Hansel and Gretel: When at night I go to sleep. Jonathan Bradley, pno., Suzanne Shakespeare, sop., Lizzie O'Shea, sop., Trinity College Choir, Melbourne/Michael Leighton Jones.
  8. Humperdinck: Hansel and Gretel: Sandmann and Abendgebet. Lorin Wey, sop., Terry Wey, pno.
  9. Holland: Sunday. Dulcie Holland, pno.
  10. Holland: Mini-toccata. Dulcie Holland, pno.

00 am - -Prima la Musica (Digital) Program page
  1. Marais: Couplets de Folies. Rolf Lislevand, vihuela, Jordi Savall, viola da gamba, Michael Behringer, hpschd.
  2. Lassus: Missa Venatorum. Christ Church Cathedral Choir/Stephen Darlington.
  3. Krumpholtz: Harp Concerto No. 6 in F, Op.9. Lily Laskine, harp, Jean-Francois Paillard CO/Jean-Francois Paillard.
  4. Racot de Grandval: The Widow of Ephesus. Dominique Visse, alto., Café Zimmerman.
  5. Fasch: Overture in D minor, FWV K:g5. Capella Savaria/Mary Terey-Smith.
  6. Field: Piano Sonata in C minor, Op.1/3, H8/3. Miceal O'Rourke, pno.
  7. Rossi: Sonata for Two Treble Instruments & Basso continuo.Sally Melhuish, rec., Lucinda Moon, vln., Luke Green, hpschd., Tim Blomfield, vlc.

00 am - -Sounding Brass Program page
  1. JS Bach (arr, Roy Newsome) Sleepers awake (Wachet auf) Black Dyke Band/Nicholous Childs
  2. Rimmer (arr. Sleith): The Australasian. Fairey Band/Mark Peacock.
  3. Wagner R (arr. Himes): Lohengrin: Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral. Salvation Army International Staff Band/Dr Stephen Cobb.
  4. Manuel de Falla Arr. Alan Fernie The Millers Dance Black Dyke Band/Nicholous Childs
  5. Bacharach (arr. Stephens): Alfie. Richard Davies, flugelhorn, Cory Band/Phillip Harper.
  6. Hummel (arr. Post): Trumpet Concerto in E, 3rd mvt.. Steve Stewart, cornet, Cory Band/Phillip Harper.
  7. Rossini (arr. Howard Lorriman La gazza Ladra (The Theivish Magpie) Black Dyke Band/Nicholous Childs
  8. Widor (arr. Corley): Symphony No.5 in F minor, Op.42/1: Toccata. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band /Ken Waterworth.
  9. Tchaikovsky (arr. Childs): 1812 Overture, Op.49. Grimethorpe Colliery Band/Robert B. Childs.

01 am - -Arts Weekly Program page
  1. Julie Houghton Jumie Singlettes
  2. Rachmaninov: Vocalise, Op.34/14. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., Catherine Hewgill, vlc.
  3. Harline: Pinocchio: Give a Little Whistle. Barbara Cook, voc., Studio Orch/Wally Harper.
  4. LIVE IN STUDIO Bernadwttw Robinson
  5. Grouya: Flamingo. Wynton Marsalis, tpt., Ellis Marsalis, pno., Reginald Veal, bass, Herlin Riley, drums, Wynton Marsalis, voc.
  6. LIVE in studio Peter reviews…
  7. Prokofiev: Finale Romeo and Juliet, Op.64 - Excerpts. Boston Symphony/Seiji Ozawa.
  8. LIVE IN STUDIO A Little Night Music
  9. Sondheim: A Little Night Music: Send in the Clowns. Cor Meibion Llanelli Male Choir.

01 am - -The Romantics (Digital) Program page
  1. Tchaikovsky: Hamlet, fantasy Overture, Op.67. Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki.
  2. Schmidt: Three Fantasy Pieces on Hungarian Melodies. Jan Slavik, vlc., Daniela Ruso, pno.
  3. Bruch: Scottish Fantasy, Op.46. Kyung Wha Chung, vln., Royal PO/Rudolf Kempe.
  4. Spohr: Fantasy and Variations on a Theme by Danzi, Op.81. Colin Bradbury, cl., Oliver Davies, pno.
  5. Zemlinsky: Die Seejungfrau (The Mermaid). Berlin RSO/Riccardo Chailly.
  6. Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beauty, Op.66 - Waltz. New York PO/Leonard Bernstein.

01 am - -Music in Melbourne Program page
  1. Ravel: Alborada del Gracioso. Berlin PO/Pierre Boulez.
  2. Inventi Ensemble interview (Ben Opie)
  3. Inventi Ensemble Swan Lake
  4. Wagner R: Tristan and Isolde: Brangane's Warning. Alessandra Marc, sop., Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz.
  5. Glass: String Quartet No.3, 'Mishima'. Carducci Quartet.
  6. Beethoven Festival interview Mark Higganbotham & Elyane Laussade
  7. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor, Op.27/2, 'Moonlight'. Elyane Laussade, pno.

01 am - -Film Scores Program page
  1. Legrand, Michel Generique La Baie des Anges
  2. Glass, Philip Hugo Arrives Jane
  3. Martin, Aaron & Rosenqvist, Dag Closing Menashe
  4. Elfmann, Danny Seeing Red Fifty Shades Freed
  5. Legrand, Michel Menteuse Cleo From 5 to 7
  6. Schubert, Franz Imromptu Op 90 Allegro Molto Moderato in C Minor piano: Javier Perianes
  7. McCreary, Bear Eye of the Storm Outlander Season 3
  8. Warbeck, Stephen End Titles Mon Roi

01 am - -Saturday Lunchtime Miscellany (Digital) Program page
  1. Beethoven: Leonore Overture No.3, Op.72a. Tasmanian SO/Sebastian Lang-Lessing.
  2. Molter: Clarinet Concerto in D. Thomas Friedli, cl., South-West German CO/Paul Angerer.
  3. Lavenu (arr. Divall): I Cannot Sing Tonight. Merlyn Quaife, sop., State Orch of Victoria/Richard Divall.
  4. Holzbauer: Quintet in B Flat. Concentus Musicus Vienna/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
  5. Ravel: Bolero. Sydney SO/Stuart Challender.
  6. Loeffler: La Cornemuse [The Bagpipe] from Deux Rhapsodies. Robert Sprenkle, oboe, Francis Tursi, vla., Armand Basile, pno., Eastman - Rochester Orch/Howard Hanson.
  7. Bowman: Homage to Mozart. Flinders Quartet.
  8. Falla: Love the Magician. Leontyne Price, sop., Chicago SO/Fritz Reiner.

01 am - -Vocal Chords Program page
  1. Rossini: Il Turco in Italia: Se ho dadirla avrei molto piacere. Paolo Bordogna, bar., Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini/Francesco Lanzillotta.
  2. Berlioz: Benvenuto Cellini: Une heure encore...La gloire etait ma seule idole. Placido Domingo, ten., National PO/Eugene Kohn.
  3. Donizetti: Don Pasquale: Beautiful as an angel. Paolo Bordogna, bar., Filarmonica Arturo Toscanini/Francesco Lanzillotta.
  4. Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana: Gli aranci olezzano. RCA Victor Orch, Robert Shaw Chorale/Renato Cellini.
  5. Borodin: Prince Igor: Be firm, Countess. Bolshoi Chorus, Bolshoi SO/Alexander Lazarev.
  6. Verdi: Falstaff: Sul fil d'un soffio etesio. Mirella Freni, sop., RCA Italiana Opera Orch, RCA Italiana Opera Chorus/Sir Georg Solti.
  7. Strauss R: Ariadne auf Naxos: Es gibt ein Reich. Nance Grant, sop., Elizabethan Sydney Orch/Sir Edward Downes.
  8. Previn: A Streetcar Named Desire: I want magic!. Renee Fleming, sop., Metropolitan Opera Orch/James Levine.
  9. Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana - Brindisi. Jonas Kaufmann, ten., Rosa Feola, sop., St Cecilia Academy Orch, St Cecilia Academy Chorus/Antonio Pappano.

01 am - -Saturday Afternoon Concert Program page
  1. Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis. Sinfonia of London/Sir John Barbirolli
  2. Elgar: The Sanguine Fan, Op.81. English Northern Philharmonia/David Lloyd-Jones.
  3. Walton: Viola concerto in A minor. Nigel Kennedy, vla., Royal PO/Andre Previn.
  4. Lloyd: Symphony No 8. Philharmonia Orch/Edward Downes

01 am - -Piano Notes Program page
  1. Gottschalk: Tournament Galop. Alan Marks, pno.
  2. Chopin: Ballade No.4 in F minor, Op.52. Stanislav Bunin, pno.
  3. Mozart: Piano Sonata No.15 in F, K.533. Mitsuko Uchida, pno.
  4. Alkan: Chants, Book 5, Op.70 - World premiere recording. Stephanie McCallum, pno.
  5. Britten: Five Waltzes. Stephen Hough, pno.
  6. Brumby: Harlequinade. Anneliese Gill, pno.
  7. Chaminade: Album Des Enfants, Opp.123,126 (excerpts). Peter Jacobs, pno.
  8. Schubert: Allegro in A minor, D947, Op.144 - Lebenssturme. Christoph Eschenbach, pno., Justus Frantz, pno.

01 am - -The World of Baroque Program page
  1. Bach (arr. North): Sonata in G minor, BWV1001. Nigel North, lute.
  2. Bach W.F.: Flute Concerto in D. Verena Fischer, fte., Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel.
  3. Galuppi: La Diavolessa. Bettina Pahn, sop., Egbert Junghanns, bar., Kremena Dilcheva, alto, Matthias Vieweg, bar., Tom Allen, ten., Johnny Maldonado, alto, Doerthe Maria Sandmann, sop., Lautten Company, Berlin/Wolfgang Katschner.
  4. Vivaldi (arr. Hornung): Concerto for 2 cellos in G minor, RV531/Adagio (arr. 2 Cellos). Alfred Hornung, vlc., Niall Brown, vlc.
  5. Grandi: O Intemerata and Antiphon. Gabrieli Consort and Players/Paul McCreesh.

02 am - -Great Makers of Music Program page
  1. Antony Walker
  2. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, Op.37. Gerard Willems, pno., Sinfonia Australis/Antony Walker.
  3. Borodin: Prince Igor: Polovtsian Dances Nos. 8 & 17. Sydney Philharmonia Motet Choir, Sydney Philharmonia Orch, Sydney Philharmonia Symphonic Choir/Antony Walker.
  4. Glanville-Hicks: Letters from Morocco. Gerald English, ten., Tasmanian SO/Antony Walker.
  5. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  6. Butterley: True Samaritan. The Contemporary Singers/Antony Walker.
  7. Llewellyn: Milerum's Basket. Alison Stewart-Klein, oboe, Adelaide CO/Antony Walker.
  8. Ford: Wassails and Lullabies. Ian Cleworth, perc., Brian Nixon, perc., Anne Cooke, sop., Rebecca Lagos, perc., Sydney Philharmonia Motet Choir/Antony Walker.
  9. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..

02 am - -All That Jazz Program page
  1. Intro Blue Note Latin Jazz
  2. Green: Freedom March. Grant Green, gtr., Kenny Drew, pno., Ben Tucker, db., Ben Dixon, drums.
  3. Pearson: Hobo Joe. Johnny Coles, tpt., Jazz Ensemble.
  4. Blakey: Sakeena. Art Blakey, drums, 'Sabu' L Martinez, conga, Jazz Ensemble.
  5. Collette: Blue Sands. Charles Kynard, org., Buddy Collette, fte., Jazz Ensemble.
  6. Dominguez: Frenesi. Sam Lemann, gtr., Andy Baylor, gtr., Hetty Kate, voc., Leigh Barker, db.
  7. Dorough: Devil May Care. Raul Midon, gtr.
  8. Van Ross: The Goat Herder. Mark Lockett, drums, Kim Kelaart, electronic organ, Paul Van Ross, sax., Hugh Stuckey, gtr.
  9. Di Meola Kiss My Axe. Electric Guitar – Al Di Meola Bongos – Arto Tuncboyaciyan Congas – Gumbi Ortiz, Drums – Omar Hakim Electric Bass [Six String Contra Bass] – Anthony Jackson Grand Piano [Yamaha] – Barry Miles Guitar Synthesizer [Prs Gr50] – Al Di Meola Percussion [Assorted] – Arto Tuncboyaciyan Synthesizer [Synthesizers] – Rachel Z Voice – Arto Tuncboyaciyan
  10. Di Meola: Africana Suite. Al Di Meola, gtr., Kornel Horvath, rhythm.
  11. Maegraith: Romans VII. Gary Daley, kybd., Jonathan Zwartz, db., Richard Maegraith, saxophones, Tim Firth, drums, Kristin Berardi, voc.
  12. Three Shades Blue are a blues/roots band featuring Kristin Berardi (vocals), Dave McGuire (guitar) and Joel Gregory (double bass)
  13. K. Berardi White Flag
  14. Pearson: Christo Redentor. Donald Byrd, tpt., Jazz Ensemble.
  15. Corea: Space Circus. Chick Corea, pno., Lenny White, drums, Stanley Clarke, electric bass, Bill Connors, gtr., Jean-Luc Ponty, vln.
  16. Hancock: Maiden Voyage. Chick Corea, pno., Herbie Hancock, pno.
  17. Brigati (arr. McIntosh): Groovin'. Herbie Hancock, pno., Ron Carter, db., George Benson, gtr., Billy Cobham, drums, Studio Orch/Tom McIntosh.