Saturday, 31st March 2018


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10 am - -Notturno Program page
  1. Bomtempo: Symphony No.1 in E flat, Op.11. Algarve Orch/Alvaro Cassuto.
  2. Boccherini: Cello sonata in C, G.17. Christian Benda, vlc., Sebastian Benda, pno.
  3. Gliere (arr. Yu): Coloratura Concerto in F minor, Op.82 (arr. Oboe). Jeffrey Crellin, oboe, Australia Pro Arte CO/Jeffrey Crellin.
  4. Tchaikovsky: The Seasons, Op.37b. Lang Lang, pno.
  5. Haydn: Trumpet Concerto in E flat, Hob VIIe:1. Geoffrey Payne, tpt., Melbourne SO/Michael Halasz.
  6. Mozart (arr. Emmerson): Papamina Suite, music from Mozart's 'The Magic Flute'. Dean Emmerson Dean Trio.
  7. Handel: Chandos Anthem No.5: I Will Magnify Thee. Choir of the Chapel Royal, London/Andrew Gant.
  8. Pelecis: Concertino Bianco for Piano & Chamber Orchestra in C. Tamara-Anna Cislowska, pno., Tasmanian SO/Johannes Fritzsch.
  9. Mozart: Violin Sonata No.32 in B Flat, K.454. William Hennessy, vln., Louisa Breen, pno.
  10. Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet - Suite. London SO/Claudio Abbado.
  11. Hummel: Piano Septet No.2 in C, Op.114,' Militaire'. Capricorn.
  12. Brahms: Violin concerto in D, Op.77. Nigel Kennedy, vln., London PO/Klaus Tennstedt.
  13. Vivaldi: Nisi Dominus in G minor, RV608. Andreas Scholl, alto., Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  14. Monn: Cello Concerto in G minor. Jacqueline du Pre, vlc., London SO/Sir John Barbirolli.
  15. Rachmaninov: Morceaux de salon, Op.10. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.
  16. Verdi: Sicilian Vespers: Ballet of the Four Seasons. Bologna Theatre Orch/Riccardo Chailly.
  17. Mozart: Divertimento in B flat, K.254. Maria Joao Pires, pno., Augustin Dumay, vln., Jian Wang, vlc.
  18. Mendelssohn (arr. Salzedo): Spring Song, Op.34/3. Alice Giles, harp.
  19. Traditional (arr. Salzedo): Believe me if all those endearing young charms. Alice Giles, harp.
  20. Brahms (arr. Salzedo): Waltz in A flat, Op.39/15. Alice Giles, harp.
  21. Traditional (arr. Salzedo): The Last Rose of Summer. Alice Giles, harp.

10 am - -Sunday Notturno Program page
  1. Bomtempo: Symphony No.1 in E flat, Op.11. Algarve Orch/Alvaro Cassuto.
  2. Boccherini: Cello sonata in C, G.17. Christian Benda, vlc., Sebastian Benda, pno.
  3. Gliere (arr. Yu): Coloratura Concerto in F minor, Op.82 (arr. Oboe). Jeffrey Crellin, oboe, Australia Pro Arte CO/Jeffrey Crellin.
  4. Tchaikovsky: The Seasons, Op.37b. Lang Lang, pno.
  5. Haydn: Trumpet Concerto in E flat, Hob VIIe:1. Geoffrey Payne, tpt., Melbourne SO/Michael Halasz.
  6. Mozart (arr. Emmerson): Papamina Suite, music from Mozart's 'The Magic Flute'. Dean Emmerson Dean Trio.
  7. Handel: Chandos Anthem No.5: I Will Magnify Thee. Choir of the Chapel Royal, London/Andrew Gant.
  8. Pelecis: Concertino Bianco for Piano & Chamber Orchestra in C. Tamara-Anna Cislowska, pno., Tasmanian SO/Johannes Fritzsch.
  9. Mozart: Violin Sonata No.32 in B Flat, K.454. William Hennessy, vln., Louisa Breen, pno.
  10. Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet - Suite. London SO/Claudio Abbado.
  11. Hummel: Piano Septet No.2 in C, Op.114,' Militaire'. Capricorn.
  12. Brahms: Violin concerto in D, Op.77. Nigel Kennedy, vln., London PO/Klaus Tennstedt.
  13. Vivaldi: Nisi Dominus in G minor, RV608. Andreas Scholl, alto., Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  14. Monn: Cello Concerto in G minor. Jacqueline du Pre, vlc., London SO/Sir John Barbirolli.
  15. Rachmaninov: Morceaux de salon, Op.10. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.
  16. Verdi: Sicilian Vespers: Ballet of the Four Seasons. Bologna Theatre Orch/Riccardo Chailly.
  17. Mozart: Divertimento in B flat, K.254. Maria Joao Pires, pno., Augustin Dumay, vln., Jian Wang, vlc.
  18. Mendelssohn (arr. Salzedo): Spring Song, Op.34/3. Alice Giles, harp.
  19. Traditional (arr. Salzedo): Believe me if all those endearing young charms. Alice Giles, harp.
  20. Brahms (arr. Salzedo): Waltz in A flat, Op.39/15. Alice Giles, harp.
  21. Traditional (arr. Salzedo): The Last Rose of Summer. Alice Giles, harp.

10 am - -Hymns Old and New Program page
  1. from Lyrica Davidca 1708: Jesus Christ is risen today. Choir of St Thomas's 5th Avenue New York
  2. Gauntolett: Ye choirs of New Jerusalem. Chelmsford Cathedral Choir
  3. Shaw: This is the truth we hold. University of Newcastle Chamber Choir
  4. Handel: Thine be the glory. Westminster Abbey Choir
  5. Hintze (harm JS.Bach): At the Lamb's high feast we sing. Choir of Trinity College Cambridge
  6. Gauntlett: Jesus lives. Choir of St Thomas's Church 5th Avenue New York
  7. Vulpius: The strife is oér. Choir of Temple Church London
  8. from Mainz Gesangbuch 1833: The day of Resurrection. Choir of St George's Chapel Windsor

10 am - -Organ and Choral Music Program page
  1. Scheidemann: Christ lag in Todesbanden. Karin Nelson, org.
  2. Bohm: Christ lag in Todesbanden. Christiaan Teeuwsen, org.
  3. Trad. Spiritual: Do don't toucha my garment; Were you there?; Billing (arr Daniel): The Lord is risen indeed. Melbourne Chorale (1993)/Val J. Pyers
  4. Bingham: Roulade. Clive Driskill-Smith, org.
  5. Gregorian Chant: Resurrexi. Choralschola Maria Einsiedeln/Roman Bannwart
  6. Gibbons: I am the Resurrection. Choir of Christ Church St Lawrence, Sydney/Neil McEwan
  7. Donati: Alleluia! Haec Dies. Giggleswick School Chapel Choir/Peter Read
  8. Guilmant: Paraphrase on 'See the conqu'ring hero comes' Jonathan Bielby, org.
  9. Wood: 'Tis the day of Resurrection. Choir of Magdalen College Oxford/Bernard Rose
  10. Handel: Air in G minor HWV 466. John O'Donnell, org.
  11. Jacob: Humpty Dumpty and his False Relations (1966). John Birch, John Dykes Bower, Simon Preston, org.; James Blades, percussion; The King's Choral Scholars/David Willcocks
  12. Mans: Improvisation on Netherlands folk melodies. Martin Mans, org.

10 am - -Morning Classics Program page
  1. Bach CPE: Quartet in A minor, Wq.93. Anthony Pleeth, vlc., Nicholas McGegan, fte., Catherine Mackintosh, vla., Christopher Hogwood, fortepiano.
  2. Dvorak: Violin Concerto in A minor, Op.53, B.108. Pamela Frank, vln., Czech PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  3. Dowland: Come again. Consort Eclectus.
  4. Dowland: Fine knacks for ladies. Consort Eclectus.
  5. Bach: French Suite No.5 in G, BWV816. James Rhodes, pno.
  6. Respighi: Ancient airs and dances - suite No.1. Philharmonia Hungarica/Antal Dorati.
  7. Respighi: Ancient airs and dances - suite No.2. Philharmonia Hungarica/Antal Dorati.

11 am - -Music for Strings Program page
  1. Vaughan Williams: String Quartet No.1 in G Minor. Medici String Quartet.
  2. Bridge (arr. Pople): Allegro Moderato. BBC NO of Wales/Richard Hickox.
  3. Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending. Sarah Chang, vln., London PO/Bernard Haitink.

11 am - -A Lunchtime Miscellany Program page
  1. Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture, Op.49. Oslo PO/Mariss Jansons.
  2. Chopin: Waltz in C sharp minor, Op.64/2. Isador Goodman, pno.
  3. Gershwin: George Gershwin Medley. South Brisbane Federal Band.
  4. Lvov: Violin Concerto in A Minor. Sergei Stadler, vln., Leningrad PO/Vladislav Chernushencko.
  5. Stamitz: Orchestral quartet in F, Op.14/4. New Zealand CO/Donald Armstrong.
  6. Lessel: Piano Concerto in C Major, Op.14. Jerzy Sterczynski, pno., Silesian Philharmonic SO/Jerzy Salarowski.
  7. Offenbach (arr. Rosenthal): Exc: Gaite Parisienne. Boston Symphony/Seiji Ozawa.

11 am - -Apres-Midi Program page
  1. Bach JC: Symphony in E flat, Op.9/2. Camerata Budapest/Hanspeter Gmur.
  2. Bach: Keyboard Concerto in D minor, BWV1052. Jean Louis Steuerman, pno., CO of Europe/James Judd.
  3. Bach CPE: Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus, Wq240. Stephen Varcoe, bar., Barbara Schlick, sop., Christoph Pregardien, ten., Das Kleine Konzert, Rhenish Church Choir/Hermann Max.
  4. Bach CPE: Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus, Wq240. Stephen Varcoe, bar., Barbara Schlick, sop., Christoph Pregardien, ten., Das Kleine Konzert, Rhenish Church Choir/Hermann Max.

11 am - -Recent Releases Program page
  1. Menahem Pressler CLAIR DE LUNE Debussy, Faure Ravel
  2. Tinalley String Quartet Ravel and Debussy String Quartets

11 am - -Reflections Program page
  1. Interview with David Barnard
  2. Miller: Moonlight Serenade. Glenn Miller Orch.
  3. Interview with David Barnard
  4. Mozart: Cosi fan tutte. Cecilia Bartoli, m-sop., Joan Rodgers, sop., Ferruccio Furlanetto, bass, Lella Cuberli, sop., Kurt Streit, ten., Berlin PO, RIAS Chamber Choir/Daniel Barenboim.
  5. Interview with David Barnard
  6. Traditional (arr. Carter): The lark in the clear air. Duke Dobing, fte., City of London Sinfonia, Cambridge Singers/John Rutter.
  7. Interview with David Barnard
  8. Janacek: Jenufa, excerpt, Act 1. Gabriela Benackova, sop; vladimir Krejcik, vilem Pribyl, tenors, Brno Janacek O.
  9. Interview with David Barnard
  10. Suk: Piano Trio, Op.23 'Elegie'. Smetana Trio.
  11. Interview with David Barnard

11 am - -Melbourne in Concert Program page
  1. Requiem - Melbourne Bach Choir (Rick Prackhoff, cond.; Belinda Paterson, m-sop; Jeremy Kleeman, bs-bar; Calvin Bowman, org; Molly Kadarauch, vlc); St Pauls' Cathedral; 8/9/2017. (Recorded for 3MBS by Steve Bullock)
  2. Bruckner: Locus iste
  3. Bruckner: Os justi
  4. J S Bach: O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht
  5. F Mendelssohn: Verleith uns Frieden
  6. Herr was tragt der Boden hier
  7. Rossini: O salutaris hostia
  8. Bruckner: Christus factus est
  9. Bruckner: Ave Maria
  10. Durufle: Fugue on the theme of the carillon at Soissons Cathedral, Op.12
  11. Bowman: To Daffadills
  12. Bowman: O lux beata Trinitas
  13. Faure: Cantique de Jean Racine, Op.11
  14. Faure: Andante, Op.75
  15. Durufle: Requiem, Op.9

Midday - -Choral Masterworks Program page
  1. Anonymous: Easter Pre-Mass Processional Chant. Schola Antiqua/John Blackley.
  2. Tallis: Responses and Collects for Easter Matins. Chapelle du Roi /Alistair Dixon.
  3. Tallis: Christ rising again from the dead. Chapelle du Roi /Alistair Dixon.
  4. Schutz: O Bone Jesu, fili Marriae, SWV471. Fretwork, Monteverdi Choir, EBS/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  5. Buxtehude: Membra Jesu Nostri - Cycle of seven Cantatas, BuxWV75, Upon the feet. Fretwork, Monteverdi Choir, EBS/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  6. Ives: Easter Carol. Christopher Hughes, org., BBC Singers, New London Orch (members of)/Stephen Cleobury.
  7. Anonymous (arr. Wood): This joyful eastertide. City of London Sinfonia, Cambridge Singers/John Rutter.
  8. Byrd: Haec dies. Cardinall's Musick/Andrew Carwood.
  9. Nanino: Haec dies. Westminster Abbey Choir/Simon Preston.

8 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Berlioz: Romeo et Juliette, Op.17. Nicolai Ghiaurov, bass, Christa Ludwig, m-sop., Michael Senechal, ten., Vienna PO, Soloists of the Choirs of the ORTF/Lorin Maazel.
  2. Bach: Easter Oratorio, BWV249. Fritz Wunderlich, ten., August Messthaler, bass, Friederike Sailer, sop., Margarete Bence, alto, Stuttgart Bach Choir, Stuttgart Bach Orch/Marcel Couraud.
  3. Torelli: Concerto for 2 trumpets, 2 oboes and double Orchestra. Maurice Andre, tpt., Marcel Lagorce, tpt., Instrumental Ensemble of Bologna/Tito Gotti.
  4. Wolf-Ferrari: Idillio-concertino in A for oboe, strings & two horns, Op.15. Humbert Lucarelli, oboe, Lehigh Valley CO/Donald Spieth.
  5. Tchaikovsky (arr. Dubinsky): Album for the young, Op.39, transcribed for string quartet. Borodin String Quartet.
  6. Gliere: Horn Concerto in B flat, Op.91. Richard Watkins, horn, BBC PO/Sir Edward Downes.
  7. Hummel: Ballet Suite, 'Sappho of Mitilene', Op.68. London Mozart Players/Howard Shelley.
  8. Bach: A musical offering, BWV1079. Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel.
  9. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.4 in G, BWV1049. Melbourne CO/William Hennessy.
  10. Carpenter: Adventures in a Perambulator. Eastman - Rochester Orch/Howard Hanson.
  11. Dreyfus: A Descant for Gossips. Unnamed Orch/ Unnamed Conductor.

8 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Opening, Highlights, Weather
  2. Corelli: String sonata in A minor, Op.1/4. Arcadia.
  3. Gibbons: God give you good morrow. Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Deller Consort/August Wenzinger.
  4. Haydn: Divertimento No.6 in D for flute, violin & cello, Op.100, Hob.IV:11. Jean-Jacques Kantorow, vln., Aurele Nicolet, fte., Mari Fujiwara, vlc.
  5. Edwards: Three Australian waltzes. Jeanell Carrigan, pno.
  6. Ives: Easter Carol. Christopher Hughes, org., BBC Singers, New London Orch (members of)/Stephen Cleobury.
  7. Trad: 2 Passover songs from Sephardic Spain La Rondinella
  8. Grieg: Violin Sonata No.3 in C minor, Op.45, 2nd mvt.. Joshua Bell, vln., Sergei Rachmaninov, pno.
  9. Roshan: A Tango for David. Amir Farid, pno., Ruth Roshan, mndln., Ruth Roshan, voc., George Butrumlas, accordion, Sarah Morse, vlc., Myfanwy Aldersun, vln.
  10. Hyde: Rhyme After Rain. David Miller, pno., Wendy Dixon, sop.
  11. Air check, Highlights, Weather
  12. Bernstein: Candide Overture. Los Angeles PO/Zubin Mehta.
  13. Traditional (arr. Doumany): Tumbalalaika. Karin Schaupp, gtr.
  14. Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana: The Easter Hymn. June Bronhill, sop., Brian Stanborough, org., John McCarthy Singers/John McCarthy.
  15. Bolling (arr. Rutter): Irish Melody. Jane Rutter, fte., David Mibus, pno.
  16. Saint-Saens: Piano Trio No.2 in E minor, Op.92. The Australian Trio.
  17. Shostakovich: Age of Gold - Suite, Op.22a. London PO/Bernard Haitink.
  18. Strauss Jnr: The Herald Waltz. o.op. Slovak RSO/Franz Bauer-Theussl.
  19. Chopin: Nocturne No. 20 op posth in C Sharp minor Wladyslaw Szpilman
  20. Handel: Israel in Egypt (2nd. disc). Stephen Varcoe, bar., William Kendall, ten., Paul Elliot, ten., Elisabeth Priday, sop., J Knibbs, sop., M Troth, sop., D Greene, sop., Ashley Stafford, alto., B Gordon, alto., J Clarkson, alto., Charles Stewart, bass, Monteverdi Choir, Monteverdi Orch/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  21. Zimmerman (arr. Briegel): Anchors Aweigh. Band of the Royal Marines/Lt. Col. John Ware.
  22. Elgar: Woodland interlude from Caractacus, Op.35. Royal Liverpool PO/Sir Charles Groves.
  23. CAV, Air check, Highlights, Weather
  24. Addison: Reach for the Sky. BBC Concert Orch/Rumon Gamba.
  25. Herman: The Golden Wedding. Frank Carlson, drums, Woody Herman and His Orch.
  26. Dvorak: Serenade for winds in D minor, Op.44, B77. London SO/Istvan Kertesz.
  27. Debussy: Premier Rhapsody for Clarinet & Piano Cathy McCorkill cl, Kathryn Selby, p
  28. Tchaikovsky: The Queen of Spades: Death of the Countess. Jon Weaving, ten., Kiel Opera Orch/Klaus Weise.
  29. Kern: Swing Time (excerpts). National PO, Ambrosian Singers/John McGlinn.
  30. Weill: Alabama Song. Robyn Archer, m-sop., London Sinfonietta/Dominic Muldowney.
  31. Schubert: Ave Maria Jascha Heifetz v, Emmanuel Bey p
  32. Wiren: Serenade for Strings, Op.11. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.

8 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Scarlatti A: Concerto for Recorder and Strings. Musica da Camera (Adelaide), Adelaide Baroque.
  2. Vaughan Williams: Symphony No.9 in E minor. London SO/Bryden Thomson.
  3. Telemann: Concerto in D for trumpet and 2 oboes. Celia Nicklin, oboe, Tess Miller, oboe, Maurice Andre, tpt., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  4. Bartok: Music for strings, percussion and celesta, Sz.106. Berlin PO/Seiji Ozawa.
  5. Bach CPE: Flute concerto in A minor, Wq.166. Trevor Pinnock, hpschd., Stephen Preston, fte., English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.

9 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Roberton / Tynan All in the April Evening Glasgow Orpheus Choir / Sir Hugh Roberton
  2. Sculthorpe: Requiem: Communion. William Barton, didjeridu, Adelaide SO, Adelaide Chamber Singers/Arvo Volmer.
  3. Tchaikovsky (arr. Yu): The Seasons, Op.37b : Barcarolle, Autumn Song. Australia Pro Arte CO/Jeffrey Crellin.
  4. Vivaldi: Four seasons, Concerto in F, RV293, Autumn. Joshua Bell, vln., Academy of St Martin in the Fields.
  5. Chausson: Piano trio in G minor, Op.3. Les Musiciens.
  6. Sutherland: Concertante for Oboe and Strings. Jiri Tancibudek, oboe, Melbourne SO/Patrick Thomas.
  7. Roberton: (from Kennedy-Fraser, Macleod, Campbell) Peat-fire Smooring Prayer, Orlington. Glasgow Orpheus Choir / Sir Hugh Roberton
  8. Beethoven: Grosse Fuge in B Flat, Op.133. Australian CO/Stephen Kovacevich.

9 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Verdi: Macbeth: Prelude. Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  2. Bottesini: Gran Duetto No.3. Joel Quarrington, db., Harold Hall Robinson, db. 2nd movement Presto
  3. Rameau: La Naissance d'Osiris. Capella Savaria/Mary Terey-Smith. Premier et deuxieme tambourin. Air vif
  4. Geminiani: Concerto Grosso No.4 in B Minor. Tasmanian Symphony Chamber Players.
  5. Verdi (arr. Fleury): La traviata: Brindisi. Sally Maer, vlc., Tasmanian SO/Andrew Greene.
  6. Mozart: Piano Sonata in D, K.381. Lucas Jussen, pno., Arthur Jussen, pno. 1st movement Allegro
  7. Berwald: Symphony No.1 in G minor, 'Sinfonie serieuse'. Royal PO/Ulf Bjorlin. 3rd movement Stretto
  8. Haydn: String Quartet in E flat, Hob.III:2, Op.1/2. Kodaly Quartet. 2nd movement Minuet
  9. Edwards: Clarinet Concerto. David Thomas, cl., Melbourne SO/Arvo Volmer. 3rd movement Final Dance
  10. Strauss Jnr: The first day of happiness, Opera by D.F.E. Auber, quadrille, Op.327. Slovak State PO/Alfred Walter.

9 pm - -Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Hour Program page
  1. Chopin: Waltz in B minor, Op.69/2. Alice Sara Ott, pno.
  2. Elgar: Enigma Variations, Op.36. London PO/Bryden Thomson.
  3. Broadstock Brenton : Stars in a dark night
  4. Wolfe, Julia Cruel Sister Fuel Part V
  5. Westlake: Al Takshu L'vavchem - Don't Harden Your Hearts. Lior, voc., Sydney SO/Nigel Westlake.
  6. Vincent Ade The Raven
  7. Arnalds Olafur and Frahm Nils : 20:17
  8. Chin Unsuk: 3 Concertos

9 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Mussorgsky (arr. Luff): Pictures at an Exhibition. Konstantin Shamray, pno., Arcadia Wind Quintet.
  2. Bohm (arr. Bateman): Still as the night, deep as the sea, Op.326/27. Piotr Beczala, ten., Royal PO, Berlin Comedian Harmonists/Lukasz Borowicz.
  3. Korngold: Another Dawn - Night Scene. National PO/Charles Gerhardt.
  4. Tchaikovsky: Melodie, Op.42/3. Kathryn Selby, pno., Ilya Konovalov, vln.
  5. Debussy: Preludes - Book 2, Autumn Leaves. Duncan Gifford, pno.
  6. Stanford: A Soft Day. Kathleen Ferrier, contr., Frederick Stone, pno.
  7. Jorgensen: Romance, Op.21. Jesper Juul, tbn., Danish National SO/Henrik Vagn Christensen.
  8. Bartlett: Tarantella for Mandolin & Organ. Lawrence Bartlett, org., Adrian Hooper, mndln.
  9. Brahms (arr. Kain): Hungarian Dance No. 5 in F sharp minor. Guitar Trek.
  10. Balakirev: Polka in F sharp minor. Danny Driver, pno.
  11. Beethoven: Symphony No.1 in C, Op.21. San Francisco SO/Herbert Blomstedt.
  12. Weber: Andante and Rondo Ungarese in C minor, Op.35. Laurent Verney, vla., Claire Marie Le Guay, pno.
  13. Traditional: The Yellow Rose of Texas. Hoyt Axton, voc., John Hartford, voc., The Cluster Pluckers.
  14. Westlake: Babe: Pig in the City, excerpts. Melbourne SO/Nigel Westlake.
  15. Loussier: Trumpet Concerto. Guy Touvron, tpt., Prague CO.
  16. Bach: Cantata BWV 84, I am content to fill that station. Elizabeth Watts, sop., English Concert/Harry Bicket.
  17. Vivaldi (arr. Avital): Four seasons, Concerto in G minor, RV315, Summer. Avi Avital, mndln., Venice Baroque Orch.
  18. Jones: Distant Memory. Christine Stevenson, pno., Thomas Hewitt Jones, vlc.
  19. Rodgers: It's Easy to Remember. Cleo Laine, voc., Dudley Moore, pno., Jazz Ensemble.
  20. Rossini: String Sonata No.1 in G. Elizabeth Wallfisch, vln., Richard Tunnicliffe, vlc., Marshall Marcus, vln., Chi-Chi Nwanoku, db.
  21. Schmelzer: Balletto di spiritelli. New London Consort/Philip Pickett.
  22. Bach: Sonata in C, BWV1005. Nathan Milstein, vln.
  23. Saint-Saens: Danse Macabre, Op.40. Luben Yordanoff, vln., Orchestre de Paris/Daniel Barenboim.
  24. Komitas: Ov zarmanali. Jan Garbarek, sax., Hilliard Ensemble.
  25. Traditional: Canakkale Turkusu. Ayse Goeknur Shanal, sop., Patrick Keith, pno.
  26. Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor, Op.21. Jean-Yves Thibaudet, pno., Rotterdam PO/Valery Gergiev.
  27. Ponchielli: La Gioconda: Cielo e mar. Jonas Kaufmann, ten., St Cecilia Academy Orch/Antonio Pappano.
  28. Ravel: Daphnis and Chloe. Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Boston SO/Bernard Haitink.
  29. Ginastera (arr. Milledge): Danzas Argentinas, Op.2- Danza de la moza donosa. Amy Dickson, sax., Catherine Milledge, pno.
  30. Lachner: Since I saw him, Op.82. Helen Donath, sop., Dieter Klocker, cl., Klaus Donath, pno.
  31. Purcell: Chacony in G minor, Z730. Ironwood.
  32. Leclair: Tambourin. Arthur Grumiaux, vln., Istvan Hajdu, pno.
  33. Whitacre: Lux Aurumque (Light and Gold). Laudibus Choir, Eric Whitacre Singers/Eric Whitacre.

9 pm - -A Time to Remember Program page
  1. [Various] Fall In And Follow Me Medley Harry Davidson & His Orchestra
  2. [Gottler/Meisel] Oh! What A Night The Palm Court Theatre Orchestra
  3. [Warren/Dixon/Rose] I Found A Million Dollar Baby Smith Ballew (Buddy Blue & His Texans)
  4. [Henderson/Brown] Button Up Your Overcoat Helen Kane, (The Boop Doop A Doop Girl]
  5. [Dubin/Warren] I'll String Along With You Donald Peers w. Studio Orchestra
  6. [Waller] Honey Hush Fats Waller & His Rhythm
  7. [Johnnt Mercer] The Waiter, The Porter And The Upstairs Maid - Bing Crosby/Mary Martin/Jack Teagarden
  8. [Betty Peterson Blasco] My Happiness Petula Clark W. Audience and Orchestra
  9. [Various] Charlie Kunz Piano Medley - Time May Change/You Can't Be True Dear/Nature Boy/Galway Bay/My Happiness/Heartbreaker Charlie Kunz, Piano Solo
  10. Songs Of The Sea Medley - The Morriston Orpheus Choir / The Band Of HM Royal Marines [The Mermaid( Trad) / A-Roving (Trad) / Belle, Belle, My Liberty Bell (Bob Merrill) / My Truly, Truly Fair (Bob Merrill) / The Last Farewell (Roger Whittaker/ Webster) / Shenandoah (Trad) / Spanish Ladies (Trad) / Portsmouth (New Lyrics by Barratt - All arranged by Woodfield]
  11. [Irving Berlin] Easter Parade - Clifton Webb w. Leo Reisman's Orchestra
  12. [Madden/Weinrich] Silver Bell The International Novelty Quartet With Vocal Chorus
  13. [Noble/Freed/Brown] All I Do Is Dream Of You - Al Bowllt/Ray Noble And His Orchestra
  14. [Mascagni/Weathery] Easter Hymn From Cavalleria Rusticana June Bronhill / The John McCarthy Singers/Organ and Orchestra

10 pm - -Chamber Music and Song Program page
  1. Debussy: Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fte., Lily Laskine, harp, Pierre Pasquier, vla.
  2. Faure: La Bonne Chanson Op.61. Ian Bostridge, ten., Julius Drake, pno., Leon Bosch, db., Belcea Quartet.
  3. Grechaninov: Piano Trio No.2 in G, Op.128. Daniela Ruso, pno., Viktor Simcisko, vln., Juraj Alexander, vlc.
  4. Shostakovich: String Quartet No.15 in E Flat minor, Op.144. Brodsky Quartet.
  5. Kats-Chernin: Purple Prelude. Sydney Alpha Ensemble/David Stanhope.

10 pm - -A Little Night Music Program page
  1. Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana: The Easter Hymn. Christine Brewer, sop., Atlanta SO, Robert Shaw Festival Singers, Atlanta Symphony Chorus/Robert Shaw.
  2. intro
  3. Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs 1: Easter Michael Leighton Jones, bar., Jonathan Bradley, pno., Trinity College Choir, Melbourne, Tinalley String Quartet/Michael Leighton Jones.
  4. Vivaldi: Four seasons, RV269, Spring, allegro. Elizabeth Wallfisch, vln., Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  5. Hill: How Sweet the Moonlight. David Miller, pno., Michael Halliwell, bar.
  6. Mahler: 3rd Mvt Symphony No.2 in C minor, 'Resurrection'. Bernadette Cullen, m-sop., Elizabeth Whitehouse, sop., Melbourne SO, Melbourne Chorale/Markus Stenz.
  7. Glinka: Overture - Ruslan & Lyudmila. Zelman SO/Mark Shiell.
  8. Mozart: Divertimento in D, K.136. Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  9. Bach (arr. Stokowski): Chorale from Easter cantata, BWV4. Czech PO/Leopold Stokowski.
  10. Brahms: Alto Rhapsody, Op.53. Dame Janet Baker, m-sop., London PO, John Alldis Choir/Sir Adrian Boult.
  11. Khachaturian: Spartacus - Ballet Suite No.2. Zelman SO/Mark Shiell.
  12. Stanhope: Piano Quartet, My Song is Love Unknown. Andra Darzins, vla., Eldering Ensemble.
  13. Bach: Toccata and fugue in D minor, BWV565. Michael Dudman, org.
  14. Reger: Im April, Op.4/4. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar., Gunther Weissenborn, pno.
  15. outro

18 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Carter: Symphony No. 1. Nashville SO/Kenneth Schermerhorn.
  2. Bernstein: Symphonic Suite from the film "On the Waterfront". Bournemouth SO/Marin Alsop.
  3. Medtner: Piano Concerto No.1 in C minor, Op.33. Jayson Gillham, pno., Melbourne SO/Benjamin Northey.
  4. Tchaikovsky: Nine Sacred Pieces, excerpts. St Petersburg Chamber Choir/Nikolai Korniev.
  5. Brahms: Serenade No.1 in D, Op.11. La Scala PO/Riccardo Muti.
  6. Antill: Corroboree. Sydney SO/John Lanchbery.
  7. Dvorak: Piano Quintet No.2 in A, Op.81, B155. Andreas Haefliger, pno., Takacs Quartet.
  8. Berlioz: Herminie, lyric scene. Dame Janet Baker, m-sop., London SO/Sir Colin Davis.
  9. Saint-Saens: Cello Concerto No.1 in A minor, Op.33. Jacqueline du Pre, vlc., Philadelphia Orch/Daniel Barenboim.
  10. Kuhlau: Flute Quintet in D Major, Op.51/1. Kim Sjogren, vln., Eyvind Rafn, fte., Bjarne Boye Rasmussen, vla., Georg Svendsen Andersen, vla., Lars Holm Johansen, vlc.
  11. Sibelius: King Christian II, incidental music, Op.27. Sauli, Tilikainin, bar., Iceland SO/Petri Sakari.
  12. Rossini: Andante and Variations for Violin and Harp. Claudia Antonelli, harp, Alberto Ambrosini, vln.
  13. Donizetti: Sonata for Violin and Harp. Claudia Antonelli, harp, Alberto Ambrosini, vln.
  14. Bochsa: Fantasia on Bellini's I Capuleti e Montecchi. Claudia Antonelli, harp.

18 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Handel: The Resurrection, HWV 47. Emma Kirkby, sop., David Thomas, bass, Carolyn Watkinson, contr., Patrizia Kwella, sop., Ian Partridge, ten., AAM/Christopher Hogwood.
  3. Schumann C: Scherzo in C minor, Op.14. Micaela Gelius, pno.
  4. Mendelssohn: Symphony for strings, No. 7 in D minor. 2nd movt. London Festival Orch/Ross Pople.
  5. Korngold: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op.35. 2nd movt. Gil Shaham, vln., London SO/Andre Previn.
  6. Arensky: Suite No.1 in F, Op.15. Lyubov Bruk, pno., Mark Taimanov, pno.
  7. Brahms: A German Requiem, Op.45. Teddy Tahu Rhodes, bar., Nicole Car, sop., Melbourne SO, Melbourne SO Chorus/Johannes Fritzsch.
  8. Smetana: Ma Vlast: Vltava (The Moldau). Sydney SO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  9. Brumby: Scena for Cor Anglais and Strings. Rachel Tolmie, cor ang., Concertante Ensemble/Christopher Beaman.
  10. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  11. Sarasate: Spanish dance No.3: Romanza Andaluze, Op.22/1. Tianwa Yang, vln., Markus Hadulla, pno.
  12. Benjamin: Fantasies I. Ian Munro, pno.
  13. Sibelius: Symphony No.4 in A minor, Op.63. Philharmonia Orch/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
  14. Mozart: Freundin! Ich komm' mit der Zither. Hermann Prey, bar., Peter Schreier, ten., Walter Berry, bass, Convivium Musicum Munchen/Erich Keller.
  15. Falla: Danza del Molinero. Erik Westerhof, gtr., Remco de Haan, gtr.
  16. Elgar: Romance in D minor, Op.62. Julian Lloyd Webber, vlc., London SO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  17. Chabrier: Joyeuse Marche. Royal PO/Sir Thomas Beecham.
  18. Shostakovich: The Bolt, Op.27a. Philadelphia Orch/Riccardo Chailly.
  19. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.24 in C minor, K.491. 2nd movt. Maurizio Pollini, pno., Vienna PO/Mauizio Pollini.
  20. Kosma (arr. Russell): Autumn Leaves. Carisma.
  21. Traditional: Suo gan. Rhys Meirion, ten., /Brian Hughes.
  22. Anderson: Governor Bradford March. BBC Concert Orch/Leonard Slatkin.
  23. Giuliani (arr. Schaupp): Twelve Landler and Coda, Op.75/1. Karin Schaupp, gtr., Genevieve Lacey, rec.
  24. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  25. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  26. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, Op.37. Roger Woodward, pno., West Australian SO/Albert Rosen.
  27. Elgar (arr. Milone): In Moonlight. Pinchas Zukerman, vla., Royal PO/Pinchas Zukerman.
  28. Sullivan: Trial by Jury. Richard Suart, bass, Rebecca Evans, sop., Donald Adams, bass-baritone, Barry Banks, ten., Peter Savidge, bar., Welsh National Opera Orch, Welsh National Opera Chorus/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  29. Liszt: Liebestraum in A flat, S.541/3. Roger Woodward, pno.
  30. Chopin: Mazurka in C sharp minor, Op.63/3. Roger Woodward, pno.
  31. Cilea: Adriana Lecouvreur: La dolcissimi effigie. Jonas Kaufmann, ten., St Cecilia Academy Orch/Antonio Pappano.
  32. Spohr: Nonet in F, Op.31. Gaudier Ensemble.
  33. Strauss R: Alphorn, Op.15/3. Barry Tuckwell, horn, Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., Marie McLaughlin, sop.
  34. Kats-Chernin: Burnished Silver. Clarity.
  35. Videl: Gavotte from Zino-zina. Royal PO/Sir Thomas Beecham.
  36. Ravel: Jeux d'eau. Amir Farid, pno.
  37. Arwyn: Benedictus. Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone, Rhys Meirion, ten.

19 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Besozzi (born 3.4.1814): Sonata No.3 in D for oboe & basso continuo. Pietro Borgonovo, oboe, Rino Vernizzi, bsn., Edoardo Farina, hpschd.
  2. Dinicu (arr. Mondvay): Hora Staccato. Werner Giger, pno., Thomas Furi, vln., Lorenz Hasler, vla., Ferenc Szedlak, vlc., Bela Szedlak, db.
  3. Dinicu (arr. Mondvay): Giocorlia (The Lark). Werner Giger, pno., Thomas Furi, vln., Lorenz Hasler, vla., Ferenc Szedlak, vlc., Bela Szedlak, db.
  4. Castelnuovo-Tedesco (Born 3.4.1895): Sonata 'Homage to Boccherini', Op.77. Silvina Strano, gtr.
  5. Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Figaro Fantasy (Rossini). Diana Steiner, vln., David Berfield, pno.
  6. Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Concertino for Harp and Chamber Orchestra, Op.93. Catherine Michel, harp, Monte Carlo National Opera Orch/Antonio de Almeida.
  7. Brumby: Four Exotic Dances. Geoffrey Collins, fte., Alice Giles, harp.
  8. Brumby: Three Italian Songs. Jenny Dawson, sop., Sue Witham, pno.
  9. Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Guitar concerto No.1 in D, Op.99. Pepe Romero, gtr., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  10. Brumby: Scena for Cor Anglais and Strings. Anne Gilby, cor ang., Melbourne Musicians/Frank Pam.

19 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Abraham: Victoria and Her Hussar, highlights. Budapest RSO/Tamas Breitner.
  2. Granados (arr. Cordover): Spanish Dance No.5. Jacob Cordover, gtr.
  3. Franck: Panis Angelicus. Aivars Kalejs, org., Inessa Galante, sop.
  4. Saint-Saens: Ave Maria. Aivars Kalejs, org., Inessa Galante, sop.
  5. Tchaikovsky: Romeo & Juliet, love theme. Tasmanian SO/David Stanhope.
  6. Gounod: Romeo et Juliette: Je veux vivre dans le reve. Patricia Petibon, sop., Lyon Opera Orch/Yves Abel.
  7. Lloyd Webber (arr. Young): Cats: Memory. Jenny Flottman, oboe, Brisbane CO/Neil Flottman.
  8. Tchaikovsky (arr. Pabst): Sleeping Beauty, Op.66 - Paraphrase. Earl Wild, pno.
  9. Puccini (arr. Gamley): Vissi d'arte from Tosca. Australian Pops Orch/Douglas Gamley.
  10. Romberg: New Moon: One kiss. Barbara Hendricks, sop., Philharmonia Orch/Lawrence Foster.
  11. Oberfeld: Ne me dis plus tu. Fernandel, voc., Unnamed Ensemble.
  12. Quilter: Concert Waltz from 'Rosme'. Czechoslovak RSO/Adrian Leaper.
  13. Stolz: The White Horse Inn: My Lovesong Must be a Waltz. Robert Stolz, pno.

19 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Tartini: Flute concerto in G, Gimo 294. Marzio Conti, fte., Accademia Strumentale Italiana/Giorgio Bernasconi.
  3. Mahler: Symphony No. 2 in C minor - Resurrection. Bernadette Cullen, m-sop., Elizabeth Whitehouse, sop., Melbourne SO, Melbourne Chorale/Markus Stenz.
  4. Bax: Violin Sonata No.1 in E,1910: Original Second and Third Movements. Laurence Jackson, vln., Ashley Wass, pno.
  5. Bowman: Child in Nature. Lachlan Redd, pno., The Vocal Consort, Australian Boys' Choir/Noel Ancell.
  6. Sinding: Symphony No.2 in D, Op.83. Norwegian Radio Orch/Ari Rasilainen.

19 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Saint-Saens: Henry VIII: Danse de la Gypsy. Orch Victoria/Guillaume Tourniaire.
  2. Faure: Apres un reve, Op.7/1. Len Vorster, pno., David Berlin, vlc.
  3. Sibelius: Ballet Scene. Gothenburg SO/Neeme Jarvi.
  4. Strauss Jnr: Casanova: Nuns' Chorus. Dame Joan Sutherland, sop., Ambrosian Opera Chorus, New Philharmonia Orch/Richard Bonynge.
  5. Field: Irish Dance. Miceal O'Rourke, pno.
  6. Shostakovich: Ballet Suite No.2: Finale - Royal Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi.
  7. Bach (arr. Zanon): Sonata in A minor, BWV1003: 2nd movt.. Fabio Zanon, gtr.
  8. Vivaldi: Sinfonia, from La Griselda, RV718. Genevieve Lacey, rec., Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  9. Strauss R: Morgen, Op.27/4. Siegfried Jerusalem, ten., Gewandhaus Orch/Kurt Masur.
  10. Thomson: A joyful fugue. Budapest SO/James Bolle.
  11. Taneyev: March in D minor. Joseph Banowetz, pno.
  12. Strauss Jnr: Quadrille on Popular Themes, Op.275. Polish State PO/Johannes Wildner.
  13. Antill: An Outback Overture. New Zealand SO/James Judd.
  14. Kander: Willkommen from Cabaret. Joel Grey, voc., Ensemble.
  15. Layton: After You've Gone. Peggy Lee, voc., Studio Orch/Lou Levy.
  16. Akst: Dinah. Fats Waller, pno., Fats Waller, voc., Fats Waller & His Rhythm.
  17. Bonfa: Morning of the Carnival. Don Burrows, fte., Luis Bonfa, gtr.
  18. Joyce: Frou-Frou (Polka). RTE Concert Orch/Andrew Penny.
  19. Williamson: Pas de deux. Deborah de Graaff, cl., Len Vorster, pno.
  20. Planquette: Sambre et Meuse. Boston Pops/Arthur Fiedler.
  21. Scott (arr. Moffat): Annie Laurie. Kenneth McKellar, ten., Unnamed Orch/Robert Sharples.
  22. Bach (arr. Lovelock): In Dir ist Freude, BWV615. Queensland SO/Patrick Thomas.
  23. Rossi: Corrente IX. Sergio Vartolo, hpschd.
  24. Peter: Sinfonia in G. Eastman - Rochester Orch/Howard Hanson.
  25. Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice: Che faro, senza Euridice (I Have Lost my Euridice). Sally-Anne Russell, m-sop., Adelaide SO/Nicholas Milton.
  26. Handel: Berenice - Menuet. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  27. Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet, Op.64 - Dance of the Knights. Cleveland Orch/Lorin Maazel.
  28. Popper: Spanish Carnival. Janos Starker, vlc., Shigeo Neriki, pno.
  29. Barbieri: El barberilo de Lavapies: No.11 - El noble gremio de costureras.... Madrid Community Orch, Madrid Community Chorus/Miguel Roa.
  30. Moscheles: Introduction and Rondeau ecossais, Op. 63. Caroline Weichert, pno., Christoph Moinian, horn.
  31. Puccini: La Boheme - Addio dolce svegliare. Renata Tebaldi, sop., Carlo Bergonzi, ten., Ettore Bastianini, bar., Gianna D'Angelo, sop., St Cecilia Academy Orch/Tullio Serafin.
  32. Delibes (arr. Almeida): Coppelia - Act 2 - end. Lyon Opera Orch/Kent Nagano.
  33. Thomas: Study. Susan Drake, harp.
  34. Pacini: Quando lo miro. Majella Cullagh, sop., David Harper, pno.
  35. Traditional: Song of the Volga Boatmen. Red Army Choir, Red Army Band/Victor Fedorov.
  36. Lanner (arr. Rot): Court Ball Dances, Op.161. Vienna PO/Riccardo Muti.

19 pm - -The Talent Program page
  1. PAGANINI: Variations on One string on a Theme of Rossini Cellist: Charlotte Miles Pianist: Anna Lewitzka
  2. RACHMANINOV: "Andante" from Cello Sonata in G Minor, Op. 19 Cellist: Charlotte Miles Pianist: Anna Lewitzka
  3. EDWARDS: "Water Spirit Song" from Koto Dreaming Cellist: Charlotte Miles Pianist: Anna Lewitzka
  4. RACHMANINOV: Prelude in E-flat Major, Op. 23, No. 6 Pianist: Jonathan Xian
  5. RACHMANINOV: Prelude in G-sharp Minor, Op. 32, No. 12 Pianist: Jonathan Xian
  6. RACHMANINOV: Prelude in G Minor, Op. 23, No. 5 Pianist: Jonathan Xian
  7. RACHMANINOV: Prelude in G Major, Op. 32, No. 5 Pianist: Jonathan Xian
  8. DEBUSSY: La Plus Que Lente Pianist: Jonathan Xian
  9. GRAINGER: Ramble on Love duet from Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier" Pianist: Jonathan Xian
  10. LU WEN CHENG arr. CHEN PEI XUN: Autumn Moon Over the Calm Lake Pianist: Jonathan Xian

20 pm - -Contemporary Visions Program page
  1. Larsen: Songs of Youth and Pleasure: 1. Song for a dance; 2. Pluck the fruit and taste the pleasure. Allmanna Sangen / Maria Goundorina.
  2. Hindemith: String Quartet No 1. Amar Qt.
  3. Larsen: Songs of Youth and Pleasure: 3. Kisses; 4. Hey Nonny No! Allmanna Sangen / Maria Goundorina.
  4. Pickard: Concertante Variations, for wind qnt, timpani, strings. Matthew Featherstone fte, Geoffrey Cox oboe, Nicholas Cox cl, Jaroslav Augustyniak bsn, Ian Fisher hn, BBC NO of Wales / Martyn Brabbins.
  5. Schoenberg: Ode to Napoleon. Gerald English reciter, London Sinfonietta / David Atherton.
  6. Kagel: Opus 1.991. RSO Saarbrucken / Mauricio Kagel.
  7. Lofberg: Sandskrift. Allmanna Sangen / Maria Goundorina.

20 pm - -Mozart and Friends (Digital) Program page
  1. Veracini: Overture No 1 in B flat. Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel.
  2. Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A, K581. Promethean Ensemble.
  3. Bach CPE: Symphony in B flat, Wq.182/2. Australian CO/Richard Tognetti.
  4. Haydn M: Saint Aloysius Mass. Eva Marton, sop., Katalin Szoekefalvy-Nagy, sop., Zsuzsa Nemeth, contr., Gyoer Girls' Choir, Gyoer PO/Miklos Szabo.
  5. Haydn: Symphony No. 96 in D, Hob.I:96 - Miracle. CO of Europe/Claudio Abbado.

20 pm - -Concerto (Digital) Program page
  1. Bach CPE: Cello Concerto in A, Wq.172. Tim Hugh, vlc., Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Richard Studt.
  2. Kabalevsky: Piano Concerto No.1 in A minor, Op. 9. In-Ju Bang, pno., Russian PO/Dmitry Yablonsky.
  3. Ernst: Concertino in D, Op.12. Ilya Grubert, vln., Russian PO/Dmitry Yablonsky.
  4. Britten: Violin concerto in D minor, Op.15. Mark Lubotsky, vln., English CO/Benjamin Britten.

20 pm - -Jazz Rivers Program page
  1. Theme and opening remarks
  2. Gershwin - Porgy & Bess Overture -
  3. Gershwin/Heyward - Summertime - Billie Holiday
  4. Gershwin/Heyward - Summertime - Artie Shaw Orch. Arr. Neil Hefti
  5. Gershwin/Gershwin - A Woman is a Some Time Thing - Ray Charles
  6. Gershwin/Gershwin - They Pass By Singin' - Mel Torme
  7. Gershwin/Gershwin - Gone - Miles Davis
  8. Gershwin/Gershwin - Gone Gone Gone - Miles Davis
  9. Gershwin/Gershwin - My Man's Gone Now - Cleo Laine
  10. Gershwin/Gershwin - My Man's Gone Now - GRP All-Star Big Band
  11. Gershwin/Gershwin - I Got Plenty o' Nuttin' - Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong
  12. Gershwin/Gershwin - The Buzzard Song - Ray Charles
  13. Gershwin/Gershwin - Bess You Is My Woman Now - Bill Potts Big Band
  14. Gershwin/Gershwin - Oh, I Can't Sit Down - Diahann Carroll with the Andre Previn Trio
  15. Gershwin/Gershwin - I Ain't Got No Shame - Hank Jones Quartet
  16. Gershwin/Gershwin - It Ain't Necessarily So - Cab Calloway
  17. Gershwin/Gershwin - It Ain't Necessarily So - The Modern Jazz Quartet
  18. Gershwin/Gershwin - What You Want Wid Bess? - Ella Fitgerald & Louis Armstrong
  19. Gershwin/Gershwin - It Takes a Long Pull to Get There - Bill Potts Big Band
  20. Gershwin/Gershwin - Prayer - Miles Davis
  21. Gershwin/Gershwin - Street Calls (Strawberry Woman, Honey Man, Crab Man) - Harry Belafonte
  22. Gershwin/Gershwin - I Loves You Porgy - Nina Simone
  23. Gershwin/Gershwin - A Red-Headed Woman - Johnny Hartman

28 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Tchaikovsky: Festival Overture on the Danish National Anthem in D, Op.15. London SO/Geoffrey Simon.
  2. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.4 in F minor, Op.36. Melbourne SO/Oleg Caetani.
  3. Field: Nocturne No. 9 in E Flat. Miceal O'Rourke, pno.
  4. Field: Nocturne No.10 in E minor. Miceal O'Rourke, pno.
  5. Charpentier: Missa 'Assumpta est Maria', H.11. Les Arts Florissants/William Christie.
  6. Albeniz: Suite espagnola, Op.47. Miguel Baselga, pno.
  7. Albeniz: Souvenirs. Guillermo Gonzalez, pno.
  8. Donizetti: La Fille du Regiment. Lily Pons, sop., Salvatore Baccaloni, bass, Irra Petine, sop., Raul Jobin, ten., Metropolitan Opera Orch, Metropolitan Opera Chorus/Gennaro Papi.
  9. Vivaldi: Violin Concerto in C, RV189. Andrew Manze, vln., English Concert/Andrew Manze.
  10. Mozart: String Quintet No.3 in C, K.515. Members of Australian Octet.
  11. Bach: Cantata BWV 42, And in the evening of that very Sabbath. Barbara Schlick, sop., Peter Kooy, bass, Howard Crook, ten., Gerard Lesne, alto, Collegium Vocale Cologne, La Chapelle Royale/Philippe Herreweghe.
  12. Donizetti (arr. Hennessy): String Quartet No.17 in D Minor, arr. for string orchestra. Melbourne CO/William Hennessy.
  13. Grainger: Zanzibar Boat Song. Penelope Thwaites, pno., John Lavender, pno., Wayne Marshall, pno.
  14. Grainger: The Immovable Do. Penelope Thwaites, pno.
  15. Grainger: English Dance. Penelope Thwaites, pno., John Lavender, pno., Wayne Marshall, pno.

28 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Handel: Concerto Grosso in B flat, Op.3/1. English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  3. Handel: Susse Stille, sanfte Quelle, HWV205. Anna Sandstrom, sop.
  4. Traditional (arr. Williams): Romance. John Williams, gtr., Unnamed Orch/William Goodchild.
  5. Cimarosa: Symphony in D, in 1 movement. Chopin CO/Winston Dan Vogel.
  6. Lauridsen: O magnum mysterium. Cantillation/Antony Walker.
  7. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.23 in A, K.488. Finale. Simon Tedeschi, pno., Tasmanian SO/Alexander Briger.
  8. Mendelssohn: String Quartet No.1 in E Flat, Op.12. 3rd movement. Juilliard String Quartet.
  9. Arnold: Four Scottish Dances, Op.59. Dances 3 & 4. Queensland SO/Andrew Penny.
  10. Anonymous: My ain folk. Isobel Buchanan, sop., Ionian CO/Kenneth McKellar.
  11. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  12. Allworth: Cremorne Pastoral. David Miller, pno., David Miller, celesta, Saint Michael's String Orch/Sven Libaek.
  13. Bearcroft: Just Like John. Salvation Army International Staff Band/Dr Stephen Cobb.
  14. Debussy: Two Arabesques. Roy Howat, pno.
  15. Hue: Fantaisie in B flat. Katherine Bryan, fte., Royal Scottish NO/Paul Daniel.
  16. Coates: Footlights. London PO/Barry Wordsworth.
  17. Styne/Comden/Green: Bells Are Ringing - It's A Perfect Relationship, & The Party's Over. Judy Holliday & Sydney Chaplin, Original Broadway cast.
  18. Styne: Time After Time. Lionel Hampton, vibraphone, Ron Carter, db., Roy Haynes, drums, Wallace Roney, tpt., Jazz Ensemble.
  19. Nielsen: Aladdin Suite, FS89 - Festival March. Swedish RSO, Swedish Radio Choir/Esa-Pekka Salonen.
  20. Widor: Piano Concerto no. 2, op 77 - 1st movement. Markus Becker, piano. BBC National Orch of Wales, Thierry Fischer.
  21. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  22. Widor: Symphony No.5 in F minor, Op.42/1: Toccata. Douglas Lawrence, org.
  23. Shore/Enya: The Lord of the Rings (The Fellowship of the Ring) - Concerning Hobbits, & May It Be. Enya, voc. London PO/Shore. (Original film score).
  24. PDQ Bach: "Unbegun" Symphony. Royal PDQ Bach Festival Orchestra, Jorge Mester.
  25. Massenet: Manon: Je suis seul!...Ah fuyez douce image. Jussi Bjoerling, ten., ROHO/Nils Grevillius.
  26. Massenet: Manon: Prelude. New Philharmonia Orch/Rudel
  27. Bernstein/Sondheim: West Side Story - Somewhere, I Have a Love, Finale. Barbara Bonney, soprano. Michael Ball, tenor. Royal PO/Wordsworth
  28. Smetana: Ma Vlast: Vltava (The Moldau). Detroit SO/Neeme Jarvi.
  29. Smetana: Ma Vlast: Vltava (The Moldau). Sydney SO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  30. Smetana: Ma Vlast: Vltava (The Moldau). Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  31. Warlock: Capriol Suite. Nicholas Kraemer, hpschd., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.

29 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Mozart: Grand Sextet in E flat in Concertante Style, K364. Australia Ensemble.
  2. Boccherini: Cello sonata in G, G.5. Christian Benda, vlc., Sebastian Benda, pno.
  3. Beethoven: Violin Sonata in C minor, Op.30/2. Anne-Sophie Mutter, vln., Lambert Orkis, pno.
  4. Schubert: Ganymed, D544. Bernarda Fink, m-sop., Gerold Huber, pno.
  5. Hyde: Five Solo Pieces for Flute and Piano. Sydney Chamber Players.
  6. Hindemith: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano. Spectrum Concerts Berlin.

29 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Herold: Overture - Zampa. Detroit SO/Paul Paray.
  2. Gomes: from Il Guarany. Placido Domingo, ten., Hao Jiang Tian, bar., Veronica Villarroed, sop., Bonn State Opera Chorus, Bonn Beethovenhalle Orch/John Neschling.
  3. Mozart: last movement from Concerto for Two Pianos in E Flat, K365. Daniel Barenboim, pno., Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., English CO/Daniel Barenboim.
  4. Hume: from The Spirit of Gambo. Emma Kirkby, sop., Labyrinto/Paolo Pandolfo.
  5. Janacek: Jenufa - Jealousy -original prelude. Czech State PO/Jose Serebrier.
  6. Lincke: Frau Luna: Berliner Luft. Dresden State Orch/Christian Thielemann.
  7. Schubert: 2ND MOVEMENT FROM Piano Sonata No.18 in G, D894. Christian Zacharias, pno.
  8. Liszt (arr. Lambert): Music from the ballet 'Apparitions'. Philharmonia Orch/Constant Lambert.
  9. Bernstein (arr. Burley): West Side Story - Suite. Pro Arte Guitar Trio.

29 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. (CAV & Intro)
  2. Rimsky-Korsakov: Russian Easter Festival Overture, Op.36. Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz
  3. C P E Bach: Easter Cantata, "God has awakened the Lord", Wq.244. Martina Lins, sop., Paul Elliot, ten., Gotthold Schwarz, bass, Rhenish Church Choir, Das Kleine Konzert,/Hermann Max.
  4. Spohr: Clarinet Concerto No.1 in C minor, Op.26. Ernst Ottensamer, cl., Slovak State PO/Johannes Wildner
  5. Schumann: Symphony No.1 in B flat, "Spring", Op.38. Royal Concertgebouw Orch/Bernard Haitink
  6. Mussorgsky: A Night on Bald Mountain. USSR State SO/Vladimir Fedoseyev
  7. Arensky: Piano Quintet in D, Op.51. Ilona Prunyi, pno., Lajtha Quartet
  8. Stravinsky: Petrushka. Boston SO/Pierre Monteux

29 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Wagner R: Tristan and Isolde, Prelude to Act 1. Philadelphia Orch/Christian Thielemann.
  2. Grieg: Butterfly - Lyric pieces Op.43/1. Gerard Willems, pno.
  3. Grieg: To Spring, Op.43/6. Gerard Willems, pno.
  4. Geminiani: Concerto Grosso in D minor, 'La Follia', Op.5/12. Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  5. Holst: Scherzo. Munich SO/Douglas Bostock.
  6. Tosti: La Serenata. Jose Carreras, ten., English CO/Edoardo Mueller.
  7. Beethoven: Rondo in C, Op.51/1. Stephen Savage, pno.
  8. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, Op.20 (2nd. disc). Philharmonia Orch/John Lanchbery. Russian Dance
  9. Ravel: Piano Trio in A minor, 2nd mvt.. Streeton Trio.
  10. Gershwin: Three preludes. Robert Chamberlain, pno.
  11. Strauss Jnr: Blue Danube Waltz, Op.314. Vienna PO/Willi Boskovsky.
  12. Traditional (arr. Leek): South Australia. Nicholas Buc, pno., Concordis/Andrew Hunter.
  13. Saint-Saens: Septet in E flat, Op.65. Paul Archibald, tpt., Ian Brown, pno., Nash Ensemble. 4th Movt Gavotte & Finale
  14. Prokofiev: Symphony No.1 in D, Op.25 - Classical. Royal Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi.3rd & 4th Movts Gavotte & Finale
  15. Telemann: Trumpet concerto in D. Hakan Hardenberger, tpt., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Iona Brown.
  16. Ward: Appalachian Dances and Ditties: Cloggin'. Sarah Johnson, vln., Jane Hawkins, pno.
  17. Mendelssohn: Athalie: War March of the Priests. Queensland SO/Patrick Thomas.
  18. Chaminade: Flute Concertino, Op.107. Susan Milan, fte., City of London Sinfonia/Richard Hickox.
  19. Handel: Dixit Dominus. Arleen Auger, sop., Lynne Dawson, sop., Leigh Nixon, ten., Diana Montague, m-sop., Westminster Abbey Choir, Westminster Abby Orch/Simon Preston.
  20. Schumann: Adagio & Allegro in A flat, Op.70. Pieter Wispelwey, vlc., Paolo Giacometti, pno.
  21. Puccini: Madam Butterfly: One Fine Day. Renee Fleming, sop., London PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  22. Mercury (arr. Buc): Bohemian Rhapsody. Benaud Trio.
  23. Granados: Danzas Espanolas: Andaluza, Op.37/5. London SO/Ataulfo Argenta.
  24. Sullivan: Patience: Am I Alone and Unobserved?....If You're Anxious for to Shine. Dennis Olsen, bar., Adelaide SO/James Christiansen.
  25. Vangelis (arr. Yachinov): 1492: Conquest of Paradise. The Red Army Choir/General Viktor Eliseev.
  26. Chabrier: Marche joyeuse. London PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.

29 pm - -Music for Keyboard Program page
  1. Announcements
  2. Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No.4 in C minor, Op.29 - Sviatoslav Richter, piano
  3. Rachmaninov - Preludes
  4. Rachmaninov - Preludes

30 pm - -Wednesday Night at the Opera Program page
  1. Janacek: Jenufa. Elizabeth Soderstrom, sop., Wieslav Ochman, ten., Petr Dvorsky, ten., Eva Randova, mezzo., Lucia Popp, sop., Vienna State Opera Chorus and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra/Charles Mackerras
  2. Linke: Frau Luna. Annelise Rothenberger, sop., Kurt Wehofschitz, ten., Otto Albrecht, barit., Northwest German Radio Chorus and Hamburg Radio Orchestra/Wilhelm Stephan.

38 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Chadwick: Symphonic Sketches in A. Ukraine State RSO/Theodore Kuchar.
  2. Schumann: String Quartet in A, Op.41/3. Hamer Quartet.
  3. Vivaldi: Four Seasons, Op.8/1-4. Barbara Jane Gilby, vln., Tasmanian Symphony Chamber Players/Geoffrey Lancaster.
  4. Nathan (arr. Mackerras): Don John of Austria. Sally-Anne Russell, m-sop., Steve Davislim, ten., Cheryl Barker, sop., Paul Whelan, bar., Grant Doyle, bar., Sydney SO, Sydney Philharmonia Chamber Singers/Alexander Briger.
  5. Bozidar: Evocations. Georg Pedersen, vlc.
  6. Getty: Ancestor Suite. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  7. Bach: Cantata BWV147, Heart and voice, deed and life. Stephen Varcoe, bar., Michael Chance, alto., Ruth Holton, sop., Anthony Rolfe Johnson, ten., Monteverdi Choir, EBS/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  8. Liszt: Psalm 13, S13. Walter Midgley, ten., Royal PO, Beecham Choral Society/Sir Thomas Beecham.
  9. Haydn: Piano Trio in E minor, Hob.XV:12. Christophe Coin, vlc., Patrick Cohen, pno., Erich Hobarth, vln.
  10. Vivaldi: Cello sonata in B Flat, RV46. Christophe Coin, vlc., Christopher Hogwood, hpschd., Eugene Ferre, baroque guitar.

38 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Welcome to Daybreak with Margot Costanzo
  2. Myslivecek: Sinfonia in G. Concerto Cologne/Werner Ehrhardt.
  3. Krahmer: Hungarian Rondeau. Op. 28. Karin Schaupp, gtr., Genevieve Lacey, rec.
  4. Vivaldi: Trio sonata in D, RV84. Musica Solare.
  5. Faure: Lullaby Op.56/1. Roger Woodward, pno.
  6. Boismortier: Cantata 'Ixion' for Counter-tenor, Flute & B.C.. Werner Marschall, alto., Andreas Kroper, fte., Christian Beuse, bsn., Kristian Nyquist, hpschd.
  7. Vine: Love me Sweet. Andrew Greene, pno., Deborah Cheetham, sop.
  8. Leoncavallo: Mattinata. Andrew Greene, pno., Deborah Cheetham, sop.
  9. Stravinsky: Serenade in A. Victor Sangiorgio, pno.
  10. Barber: Nocturne, Op.33, 1959 - Homage to John Field. Angela Brownridge, pno.
  11. Borodin (arr. Wright): Kismet: Overture. Alfred Drake, voc., Unnamed Orch/ Unnamed Conductor.
  12. Bowman: Homage to Mozart. Flinders Quartet.
  13. Khachaturian: Spartacus - Adagio & Phrygia. West Australian SO/David Measham.
  14. Westlake: Babe: Pig in the City, excerpts. Melbourne SO/Nigel Westlake.
  15. Sullivan: HMS Pinafore: I'm Called Little Buttercup. Gillian Knight, sop., New SO/Isidore Godfrey.
  16. Sullivan: HMS Pinafore: The Nightingale Sighed…..A Maiden Fair to See. Thomas Edmonds, ten., Adelaide SO, Corinthian Singers, Festival Chorus/James Christiansen.
  17. Dvorak (arr. Ellerby): Largo (New World Symphony). Grimethorpe Colliery Band/Garry Cutt.
  18. Bottesini: Duo Concertante on Themes from Bellini's I Puritani. Moray Welsh, vlc., Thomas Martin, db., London SO/Franco Petracchi.
  19. Satie: Je te veux. Anne Queffelec, pno.
  20. Berlin: They Say It's Wonderful. Doris Day, voc., Robert Goulet, bar., Unnamed Orch.
  21. Bach: Flute sonata in C, BWV1033. Paul Fried, fte., Ronald Feldman, vlc., Mark Kroll, hpschd.
  22. Rossini: Elisabetta regina d'Inghilterra: Quant'e grato all'alma mia. Cecilia Bartoli, m-sop., Orch of Teatro La Fenice/Ion Marin.
  23. Rossini: Elisabetta regina d'Inghilterra: Fellon la pena avrai. Cecilia Bartoli, m-sop., Orch of Teatro La Fenice/Ion Marin.
  24. Finzi (arr. Dickson): Elegy. Amy Dickson, sax., Catherine Milledge, pno.
  25. Kats-Chernin: Re-invention No.3 (based on Invention No.13 in A minor by J.S.Bach). Genevieve Lacey, rec., Flinders Quartet.

39 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Hummel: Piano Trio in E Flat, Op.12. Trio Parnassus.
  3. Caplet: Three poems from Words to the absent one. Claudette LeBlanc, sop., Boaz Sharon, pno.
  4. Veress: Four Transylvanian Dances. Australian CO/Richard Tognetti.
  5. Holland: Three Signatures for Oboe. Mark Bruwel, oboe.
  6. Holst: String Quintet, Simon Hewitt Jones (Vln), David Worswick (Vln), Tom Hankey (Vla), Oliver Coates (Vlc), Thomas Hewitt Jones (Vlc)
  7. Holst: Two Eastern Pictures. Sioned Williams, harp, The Holst Singers/Stephen Layton.
  8. Nelson: Brolga Dances. Jill Johnson, mndln., Michelle Nelson, gtr., Melbourne Mandolin Orch/Slava Iourgaev.
  9. Smetana: String Quartet No.2 in D Minor. Medici String Quartet.

39 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Strauss Jnr: Die Fledermaus: Taubchen das entflattert ist - Ach, ich darf nicht hin zu dir. Gundula Janowitz, sop., Waldemar Kmentt, ten., Renata Holm, sop., Vienna PO/Karl Bohm.
  2. Saint-Saens: Andantino fr Oboe Sonata, Op.166. Peter de Jager, pno., Ben Opie, oboe.
  3. Spohr: Grande Polonaise in A minor, Op.40. Ulf Hoelscher, vln., Berlin RSO/Christian Frohlich.
  4. Prokofiev: Fight for Russia fr the Battle on the Ice - Alexander Nevsky - Film Score. St Petersburg Chamber Choir, St Petersburg PO, Chorus of St Petersburg Teleradio Co., St Petersburg Chorus Capella 'Lik'/Yuri Temirkanov.
  5. Albert Roussel: Divertissement, Op.6. Pascal Rogé, pno., Maurice Bourgue, oboe, Michel Portal, cl., Amaury Wallez, bsn., Andre Cazalet, horn, Catherine Cantin, fte.
  6. Francesco Cilea: Adriana Lecouvreur - Io son l'umile ancella. Nicole Car, sop., Australian Opera and Ballet Orch/Andrea Molino.
  7. Faure: Barcarolle No. 6 in E flat, Op.70. Roy Howat, pno.
  8. Maurice Yvain: My Man (Mon Homme). Mistinguett, voc., Unnamed Ensemble.
  9. Mozart: Allegro con spirito fr Sonata in D, K.448. Darryl Coote, pno., Robert Chamberlain, pno.
  10. Carmichael: A Little Night Music: Quiet Evening. Megan Reeve, harp, Kathryn Moorhead, fte.
  11. Marc Lavry: Yemenite Wedding. Mischa Elman, vln., Joseph Seiger, pno.
  12. Bock: Lekhayim - to Life fr Fiddler on the Roof. Zero Mostel, voc., Original Broadway cast.

39 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Prokofiev: Violin Concerto No.2 in G minor, Op.63. Maxim Vengerov, vln., London SO/Mstislav Rostropovitch.
  2. Tchaikovsky: Capriccio Italien, Op.45. Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit.
  3. Brahms: Four Serious Songs, Op.121. Geoffrey Parsons, pno., Lauris Elms, contr.
  4. Beethoven: Serenade in D for flute, violin and viola, Op.25. Members of the Berlin Philharmonic.
  5. Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis. Queensland SO/Patrick Thomas.
  6. Sculthorpe: Cello Dreaming. Emma-Jane Murphy, vlc., Australian CO/Richard Tognetti.
  7. Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique, Op.14. Sydney SO/Willem van Otterloo.

39 pm - -Apres-Midi Program page
  1. Hill: The Lost Hunter. Queensland SO/Wilfred Lehmann.
  2. Ries: Piano Concerto in A minor, Op.132, 'Farewell to England'. Christopher Hinterhuber, pno., Royal Liverpool PO/Uwe Grodd.
  3. Strauss R: Orchestral songs. Steve Davislim, ten., State Orch of Victoria/Simone Young.
  4. Brahms: Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op.68. RCO/Bernard Haitink.

39 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Mendelssohn: Overture, Op.24. London SO/Claudio Abbado.
  2. Bach: from Cantata BWV 11, Praise God in His kingdom. Peter Schreier, ten., Edith Mathis, sop., Anna Reynolds, m-sop., Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar., Munich Bach Orch, Munich Bach Choir/Karl Richter.
  3. Scriabin: Piano Sonata No. 7 in F sharp, Op.64, 'White Mass'. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.
  4. Parr-Davies: Wish Me Luck as You Wave Me Goodbye. Gracie Fields, voc., Unnamed Orch.
  5. Lumbye: Manoeuvre Galop. Odense SO/Peter Guth.
  6. Anonymous: Laetabundus. Nuns of Stanbrook Abbey, Monks of Prinknash Abbey.
  7. Mozart: March in D, K.249. Orch of the 18th Century/Frans Bruggen.
  8. Savall: Silent Music. Arianna Savall, harp, Arianna Savall, voc.
  9. Haydn: Symphony No. 9 in C, Hob.I:9. AAM/Christopher Hogwood.
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  11. Grechaninov: Five Children's Songs, Op.89. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., Elisabeth Soderstrom, sop.
  12. Goodwin: 633 Squadron, main theme. New Zealand SO/Ron Goodwin.
  13. Marschner: Grande Ouverture Solenne, Op.78. Slovak PO/Alfred Walter.
  14. Prokofiev: last movement from Piano Concerto No.2 in G minor, Op.16. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., London SO/Andre Previn.
  15. Canteloube: two of Songs of the Auvergn: Fifth Series. Netania Davrath, sop., Unnamed Orch/Pierre de la Roche.
  16. Albinoni: Trumpet Concerto in A minor. Maurice Andre, tpt., Orchestre de Chambre de Rouen/Albert Beaucamp.
  17. Antico (arr. Pluhar): Luna lunedda. Marco Beasley, ten., Alfio Antico, tambourine, Alfio Antico, voc., L'Arpeggiata/Christina Pluhar.
  18. Elgar: Salut d'amour, Op.12. BBC SO/Sir Andrew Davis.
  19. Anonymous: from Fricassee Parisienne - Songs of Renaissance France. Ensemble Clement Janequin/Dominique Visse.
  20. Mahler: last movement from Symphony No.4 in G. Rosemary Joshua, sop., Orchestre des Champs Elysees/Philippe Herreweghe.
  21. Granados (arr. Romero): Danzas Espanolas: Jota, Op.37/6. Celedonio Romero, gtr., Angel Romero, gtr.
  22. Smetana: Bartered Bride - Arias. Lucia Popp, sop., Munich Radio Orch/Stefan Soltesz.
  23. Glennie: A little prayer. Mark Landon, marimba.
  24. Traditional: Gipsy Fantasy. Yuriy Mugerman, balalaika, Izabella Mugerman, balalaika.
  25. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in D minor. Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  26. Rachmaninov: Prelude in C sharp minor, Op.3/2. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.

40 pm - -Illuminations Program page
  1. Donizetti: Maria Padilla:Il piu tenero suon d'arpa morende;Renee Fleming;Orch of St Luke's;Patrick Summers
  2. Donizetti: Elisabetta al castello di Kenilworth:Parche mi dica ancora;Joyce DiDonato;Orchestre de L'Opera de Lyon;Riccardo Minasi
  3. Donizetti: Rosamond of England: Era ahi lasso;Alastair Miles and Renee Fleming:
  4. Donizetti: Zoraida di Granata:Vorrei puni l'altera;Majella Cullagh and Bruce Ford;The Academy of St Martin in the Fields;David Parry
  5. Donizetti: Anna Bolena: Ah, dolce guidami;Angela Gheorghiu;Orch of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden;Richard Amstrong
  6. Donizetti: Anna Bolena: Coppia iniqua;Maria Callas;Coro e Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala Milano;Gianandrea Gavazzeni
  7. Donizetti: L'Elisir D'amore; Udite, udite;Renato Capecchi;Orch dell'Opera di Roma;Francesco Molinari Pradelli
  8. Donizetti: Lucrezia Borgia;Tranquillo ei posa;Montserrat Caballe;Carlo Felice Cillario;
  9. Donizetti: Maria Stuarda;Deh!Tu di un'umile;Joyce DiDonato;Orchestre de L'Opera de Lyon;Riccardo Minasi
  10. Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor:Chi mi frena:Alfredo Kraus, Renato Bruson;Edita Gruberova;Ambrosian Opera Chorus and Royal Philharmonic Orch;Nicola Rescigno
  11. Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor;Spargi d'amaro pianto;Joan Sutherland; Orchestra e coro dell'Academia di Santa Cecilia, Roma; Sir John Pritchard
  12. Donizetti: Roberto Devereux;Qual sangue versato:Beverly Sills;Ambrosian Opera Chorus & Royal Philharmonic Orch;Sir Charles Mackerras
  13. Donizetti: Poliuto, excerpts. Jose Carreras, ten., Katia Ricciarelli, sop., Vienna Symphony/Oleg Caetani.
  14. Donizetti: La Fille du Regiment:Mes amis;Juan Diego Florez;Orch Sinfonica di Milano
  15. Donizetti: Rita;Allegor io son;Juan Diego Florez;Orch Sinfonica di Milano
  16. Donizetti: Don Pasquale;Un foco insolito:Fernando Corena;Wiener Staatsopernchor und Orchester;Istvan Kertesz
  17. Donizetti: Linda di Chamounix: Ah! Tardai troppo…O luce di quest;Kathleen Battle;London Philharmonic Orch;Bruno Campanella
  18. Donizetti: Dom Sebastian: Seul sur la terre; Roberto Alagna;London Philharmonic Orch;Evelino Pido

40 pm - -Theatretrack Program page
  1. SHOW BIZ RADIO: Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK opening theme Sondheim: Overture -Merrily We Roll Along
  2. Rzeznik: Iris - JoshPiterman
  3. Herman: I Won't Send Roses - Ron Raines, Broadway Passion
  4. Loewe: If Ever I Would Leave You - Ron Raines, Broadway Passion
  5. Bernstein: Something's Coming - West Side Story (2009 B'way Cast Rec)
  6. King: Some Kind of Wonderful - Beautiful, the Carole King Musical
  7. Weill: September Song - Ron Raines, Broadway Passion
  8. Bernstein: Something's Coming - Patti Lupone, Don't Monkey With Broadway
  9. Bernstein: A Boy Like That/I Have a Love - Patti Lupone, Don't Monkey With Broadway
  10. Bernstein: Somewhere - Patti Lupone, Don't Monkey With Broadway
  11. Sondheim: Another Hundred People - Patti Lupone, Don't Monkey With Broadway
  12. Sondheim: Anyone Can Whistle - Patti Lupone, Don't Monkey With Broadway
  13. Sondheim: Being Alive - Patti Lupone, Don't Monkey With Broadway
  14. Bernstein: Maria - West Side Story (2009 B'way Cast Rec)
  15. Bernstein: Tonight - West Side Story (2009 B'way Cast Rec)
  16. Willson: I'll Never Say Know to You - Ron Raines, Broadway Passion
  17. Bernstein: Lonely Town - Ron Raines, Broadway Passion
  18. Guettel: Say It Somehow - The Light in the Piazza
  19. Bernstein: One Hand, One Heart - West Side Story (2009 B'way Cast Rec)
  20. In Conversation With Josh Piterman
  21. North: Unchained Melody - Josh Piterman
  22. Farnham: Vivo Per Te (Burn For You) - Josh Piterman
  23. In Conversation With Josh Piterman
  24. King: Take Good Care of My Baby - Beautiful, the Carole King Musical
  25. King: Pleasant Valley Sunday - Beautiful, the Carole King Musical
  26. In Conversation With Josh Piterman
  27. Legend: Todo De Mi (All of Me) - Josh Piterman
  28. Cohen: Hallelujah - Josh Piterman
  29. Zimmer: Il Gladiator - Josh Piterman
  30. Rodgers: This Nearly Was Mine - Ron Raines, Broadway Passion
  31. Styne: Make Someone Happy - Ron Raines, Broadway Passion
  32. Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK closing theme Richardson: Reach Out -The Grass Harp

48 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Scriabin: Symphony No.3 in C minor, Op.43, The Divine Poem. Moscow SO/Igor Golovschin.
  2. Bouzignac: Motets. Les Arts Florissants/William Christie.
  3. Tchaikovsky: Eighteen pieces, Op.72. Victoria Postnikova, pno.
  4. Mozart (arr. Cohrs): Mass No.18 in C minor, 'Great', K427. Siobhan Stagg, sop., Timothy Reynolds, ten., Kathryn Zerk, sop., Nick Dinopoulos, bass-baritone, The Consort of Melbourne, The Orch Project/Peter Tregear.
  5. Dvorak: String Quartet No. 3 in D, B.18. Panocha Quartet.
  6. Handel: Aminta e Fillide, HWV83. Patrizia Kwella, sop., Gillian Fisher, sop., London Handel Orch/Denys Darlow.
  7. Granados (arr. Romero): Danzas Espanolas: Arabesca, Op.37/12. Celedonio Romero, gtr., Angel Romero, gtr.
  8. Granados (arr. Romero): Danzas Espanolas: Danza Triste, Op.37/10. Celedonio Romero, gtr., Angel Romero, gtr.

48 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. WEATHER AND WELCOME
  2. Bach: Violin Concerto in E, BWV1042. Janine Jansen, vln., Janine Jansen & Friends.
  3. Bruch: Violin Concerto No.1 in G minor, Op.26 - 2nd Movement. Yehudi Menuhin, vln., Philharmonia Orch/Walter Susskind.
  4. Faure (arr. Talmi): Fantaisie, Op.79. Marc Grauwels, fte., Belgian Radio and TV Philharmonic Orch/Andre Vandernoot.
  5. Schonberg: Les Miserables: I Dreamed a Dream. Lucy Maunder, voc., Tasmanian SO/Guy Noble.
  6. Buc: A Soldier's Tale. Nicholas Buc, pno., Concordis/Andrew Hunter.
  7. Purcell: Trumpet Tune & Air. Peter Hurford, org., Michael Laird Brass Ensemble.
  8. Beethoven (arr. Runswick): Symphony No.7 in A, Op.92: Allegretto. London Voices/Terry Edwards.
  9. Strauss Jnr: Children of the Homeland. Waltz, Op.85. Slovak RSO/Franz Bauer-Theussl.
  10. Dale: English Dance. Michael Dussek, pno., Lorraine McAslan, vln.
  11. WEATHER
  12. Leigh: Man of La Manche: The impossible dream. Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone, London SO/Barry Wordsworth.
  13. Glass: Glassworks: Opening. Vikingur Olafsson, pno.
  14. Weiss (arr. Jakabic): What a Wonderful World. James Morrison, tpt., James Morrison Academy Jazz Orch/James Morrison.
  15. Sculthorpe: Little Suite. Concordia Mandolin and Guitar Ensemble/Basil Hawkins.
  16. Schumann: Carnaval, Op.9: excerpts. ROHO/Ernest Ansermet.
  17. MacMillan: A new song. Paul McMahon, ten., Jane Sheldon, sop., Brendan Lukin, org., Cantillation/Brett Weymark.
  18. Wesstrom: Armida Overture. Nordic CO/Christian Lindberg.
  19. Corelli: String sonata in F, Op.1/1. Purcell Quartet.
  20. Rachmaninov (arr. Rose): Vocalise, Op.34/14. Arto Noras, vlc., Tapani Valsta, org.
  21. WEATHER AND CAV
  22. Rodgers: I Haven't Got a Worry in the World from Happy Birthday. Bernadette Peters, voc., Unnamed Orch/Jonathan Tunick.
  23. Harline: When You Wish Upon a Star. Vera Lynn, voc., Cynthia Erivo, voc., City of Prague PO/James Morgan.
  24. Boyce: Symphony No.4 in F, Op.2/4. Aradia Ensemble/Kevin Mallon.
  25. Bouzignac: Te Deum. Les Arts Florissants/William Christie.
  26. Verdi: A Masked Ball: Alzati! La tuo figlio. Leonard Warren, bar., Metropolitan Opera Orch/Dimitri Mitropoulos.
  27. Improvisation on "Happy Birthday" for Lily Maisky. Gabriela Montero, pno.
  28. Traditional: The Lonely Maid. Brassband Burgermusiz Luzern/Michael Bach.
  29. Joplin: Solace: A Mexican Serenade. Donna Coleman, pno.
  30. Nahmer: Dance of the Fairies. Carisma.

49 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Chaminade: Automne in D flat, Op. 35/2. Stephen Hough, pno.
  2. Grieg: The Mountain Maid, Op.67. Kirsten Flagstad, sop., Edwin McArthur, pno.
  3. Rodrigo: Concierto Serenata. Catherine Michel, harp, Monte Carlo National Opera Orch/Antonio de Almeida.
  4. Beethoven: Piano Trio No.7 in B flat, Op.97, 'Archduke'. Seraphim Trio.
  5. Westlake: Hinchinbrook Riffs. Slava Grigoryan, gtr.

49 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Mozart: La Clemenza di Tito, K621: Overture. London PO/Bernard Haitink.
  3. Poulenc: Flute Sonata. Michel Debost, fte., Jacques Fevrier, pno.
  4. Prokofiev: Pushkin Waltz No.2, Op.120. Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz.
  5. Rodrigo: Concierto para una Fiesta. Pepe Romero, gtr., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  6. Korngold: Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex. London SO/Andre Previn.
  7. Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No.2 in G, Op.44. Konstantin Scherbakov, pno., Dmitry Yablonsky, vlc., Russian PO/Dmitry Yablonsky.
  8. Gershwin (arr. Fernie): Someone to Watch Over Me. Hawthorn Band/Ken MacDonald.
  9. Kabalevsky: Comedians Galop. Unnamed Orch/Serge Kondrashin.
  10. Vivaldi: Arsilda, Queen of Pontus, RV700: I Shall Return to My First Love. Magdalena Kozena, m-sop., Venice Baroque Orch/Andrea Marcon.
  11. Respighi: Bergamasca - from Ancient airs & dances. West Australian SO/Benjamin Northey.
  12. Jarre (arr. Desplat): A Passage to India: Adela's Theme. Traffic Quintet.
  13. Revel: You Hit the Spot. Catherine Hunter, voc., Tim Jenkins, pno., Jazz Ensemble.

49 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Haydn M: Symphony in E, P.44. Oradea PO/Romeo Rimbu.
  3. Saint-Saens: Piano Concerto No.2 in G minor, Op.22. Jean-Philippe Collard, pno., Royal PO/Andre Previn.
  4. Grieg: Four Psalms Op.74. David Wilson-Johnson, bar., Polyphony/Stephen Layton.
  5. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.1 in G minor, Op.13, 'Winter Daydreams'. Melbourne SO/Oleg Caetani.
  6. Bowman: Homage to Mozart. Flinders Quartet.
  7. Strauss R: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, Op.60. Chantal Juillet, vln., Rolf Bertsch, pno., Sinfonietta de Montreal/Charles Dutoit.
  8. Straus O: The Chocolate Soldier: My Hero. Beverley Sills, sop., Sherrill Milnes, bar., New York City Opera Orch.

50 pm - -Colours of Jazz Program page
  1. Williams: I'm So Lonely I Could Cry. Larry Goldings, kybd., Till Bronner, tpt., Dean Parks, gtr., Jay Bellerose, drums, David Piltch, bass, Madeleine Peyroux, voc.
  2. Rowles: The Peacocks. Larry Goldings, kybd., Till Bronner, tpt., Dean Parks, gtr., Jay Bellerose, drums, David Piltch, bass, Gary Foster, sax.
  3. Rowles: The Peacocks. Bill Evans Trio
  4. Sadi: Blue Sunrise. Francy Boland, pno., Kenny Clarke, drums, Fats Sadi, vibraphone, Jimmy Woode, db.
  5. Bernstein: I Feel Pretty. Oscar Peterson Trio
  6. Loewe: I've Grown Accustomed to her Face. Oscar Peterson, pno., Oscar Peterson Trio.
  7. Styne (arr. Newcomb): Make Someone Happy. Angela Davis Quartet & Strings.
  8. Rodgers/Hart: Where or When. Ruby Carter (vocal)
  9. McFarland: Un grao de areia. Kenny Clarke Francy Boland Big Band
  10. McFarland: Olhos negros. Kenny Clarke Francy Boland Big Band
  11. Porter: Get out of town. Kenny Clarke Francy Boland Big Band
  12. Kaper/mack: Gloria. Kenny Clarke Francy Boland Big Band
  13. Bailey: At Ronnies. Kenny Clarke Francy Boland Big Band
  14. Boland: Griff's Groove. Kenny Clarke Francy Boland Big Band

50 pm - -Australian Sounds Program page
  1. Burnett: Soaring at Dawn, suite for jazz trio & string quartet. David Jones, drums, Fiona Burnett, sax., Ben Robertson, db., Silo String Quartet.
  2. McCombe: Songs of Truth and Loneliness. Ian Holtham, pno.
  3. Whitehead: Manutaki for Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Viola, Cello & Piano. Australia Ensemble.
  4. Sitsky: De Profundis. Graeme Leak, perc., Lyall Bevan, bar., Petra String Quartet, Canberra School of Music Quartet.
  5. Andrew Anderson Sonata for Violin and Piano. Anna McMichael, vln., Daniel de Borah, pno
  6. Improvisation: Evolution. Paul Grabowsky, pno., Jamie Oehlers, sax., David Beck, drums.

58 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Copland: Symphony No.3. Atlanta SO/Yoel Levi.
  2. Brahms: A German Requiem, Op.45. Tom Krause, bar., Gundula Janowitz, sop., Vienna PO, Vienna State Concert Society Choir/Bernard Haitink.
  3. Vine: Piano Concerto. Michael Kieran Harvey, pno., Sydney SO/Edo de Waart.
  4. Koehne: The Selfish Giant. Queensland PO/Stephen Barlow.
  5. Hindson: Piano Trio. Benaud Trio.
  6. Sibelius: Eight Songs, Op.57. Tom Krause, bar., Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., Irwin Gage, pno., Elisabeth Soderstrom, sop.
  7. Schubert: String Quintet in C, D956, Op.163. Douglas Cummings, vlc., Lindsay String Quartet.
  8. Massenet: Le Cid - Ballet music. City of Birmingham SO/Louis Fremaux.
  9. Ligeti: Violin Concerto. Saschko Gawriloff, vln., Ensemble Intercontemporain/Pierre Boulez.
  10. Liszt: Les Preludes, S97. Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  11. Wesley-Smith: Alice in the Garden of Live Flowers. SHE Seven Harp Ensemble.
  12. Traditional: Falling Leaves. Andrew MacGregor, shakuhachi.

58 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Suppe: Overture, The Queen of Spades. Vienna PO/Zubin Mehta.
  2. Arensky: Suite No.2, Op.23(Silhouettes) - "La Danseuse". Stephen Coombs, pno., Ian Munro, pno.
  3. Geminiani: Concerto Grosso in D minor, Op.7/2. La Petite Bande/Sigiswald Kuijken.
  4. Moniot d'Arras: Ce fut en mai. Cantigas.
  5. Locatelli: Sonata da camera in D minor, Op.6/12, "Andante". Locatelli Trio.
  6. Bond: Concerto No.1 in D. Parley Of Instruments/Roy Goodman.
  7. Sanz: Espanoleta, "Clarines y Trompetas". Barry Mason, gtr.
  8. Reicha: Wind Quintet in B Flat, Op.88/5, "Menuetto: Allegretto". Michael Thompson Wind Quartet.
  9. Bach: Goldberg Variations, BWV988, "Fughetta" (Vars. 10). Elizabeth Anderson, hpschd.
  10. Leclair: Sonata No. 5 in E Minor for 2 Violins, Op.3/5, "Gavotte (Andante grazioso)". Itzhak Perlman, vln., Pinchas Zukerman, vln.
  11. Forster: Horn concerto in E flat, "Allegro". Hector McDonald, horn, Academy of Melbourne/Brett Kelly.
  12. Handel: Harp Concerto in B flat, Op. 4/6, "Allegro moderato". Marisa Robles, harp, Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Iona Brown.
  13. Smetana: Overture - Bartered Bride. Melbourne SO/Jorge Mester.
  14. Meyerbeer: Les Huguenots - Scene & Song of the Huguenots. Samuel Ramey, bass, London PO/Julius Rudel.
  15. Sterndale Bennett: Piano Concerto No.4 in F minor, Op.19, "Presto: Agitato". Malcolm Binns, pno., Milton Keynes CO/Hilary Davan Wetton.
  16. Verdi: Macbeth, "Che faceste? dite su!". Chorus and orchestra of La Scala Theatre/Claudio Abbado.
  17. Novak: Devil's Polka, Op.55/21. Prague SO/Vaclav Smetacek.
  18. Schubert: Octet in F, D803, "Scherzo: Allegro vivace". Michael Collins and friends.
  19. Herbert: The Enchantress: Art is Calling me. Beverley Sills, sop., London SO/Andre Kostelanetz.
  20. Atterberg: Horn Concerto in A, Op.28, "Allegro molto" . Soren Hermansson, horn, UMEA Sinfonietta/Edvard Tjivzjel.
  21. Lemmone: Graceful Dance. David Miller, pno., Paul Curtis, fte.
  22. Messager: Les deux pigeons Ballet Suite, "Danse hongroise". Welsh National Opera Orch/Richard Bonynge.

58 pm - -Classically Kids Program page
  1. Grieg: Hall of the Mountain King from Peer Gynt - Suite No. 1, Op.46. Tasmanian SO/Sebastian Lang-Lessing.
  2. Grieg: Morning Mood from Peer Gynt - Suite No. 1, Op.46. Tasmanian SO/Sebastian Lang-Lessing.
  3. Sophie Koh: Book of Songs. Paper Kites, I want to Dance, Tiger not the hare. Sophie Koh, pno. Caerwen Martin, cello. Louise Woodward, vla.
  4. Bartok: Ruthenian Song from 44 Duos for two violins, Sz98. Andras Kiss, vln., Ferenc Balogh, vln.
  5. Songs from the game Dragon Quest Builders Composer - Koichi Sugiyama

58 pm - -Prima la Musica (Digital) Program page
  1. Lawes: Suite in D. John Williams, Julian Bream, gtrs.
  2. Pergolesi: Salve Regina in C Minor. Emma Kirkby, sop., AAM/Christopher Hogwood.
  3. J Parry: Harp Tune. Frances Kelly, harp.
  4. Wassenaer: Concerto Armonici No.4 in G. I Musici de Montreal/Yuli Turovsky.
  5. Haydn: Cassation in C, Op1/6, Hob.III:6.Nils-Erik Sparf, vln., Lars Brolin, vla. Olof Larsson, vlc., Jakob Lindberg, theorbo.
  6. Couperin: Les Sylvains. Davitt Moroney, hpschd.
  7. Haydn: Horn Concerto in D, Hob.Vlld:3. Dale Clevenger, horn, Franz Liszt CO/Janos Rolla.
  8. Dufay: Ave Maris Stella. Gloriana/Andrew Raiskums.
  9. Marcello: Oboe Concerto No.3 in B minor. Heinz Holliger, Louise Pellerin, oboes, Camerata Bern/Thomas Furi.
  10. Fasch: Trumpet Concerto in D. Anthony Pope, tpt., Dominic Perissinotto, org.
  11. Beethoven: Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage, Op.112. RIAS Chamber Choir, Berlin RSO/Riccardo Chailly.
  12. Mozart: Flute Quartet in G, K.285a. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fte., Isaac Stern, vln., Alexander Schneider, vla., Leonard Rose, vlc.

58 pm - -Sounding Brass Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Condon: Celebration. Waitakere City Brass/Howard Taylor.
  3. Thingnaes: The Clown. Ole Edvard Antonsen, cornet, Oslo Concert Band/Jan Eriksen.
  4. Owens (arr. Harper): In Love for Me. Brighouse and Rastrick Band/David King.
  5. Cordner: Fearless. Jamie Smith, euphonium, Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band /Ken Waterworth.
  6. Edward Gregson: Variations on Laudate Dominum. Fountain City Brass Band/Joseph Parisi.
  7. Drury: Jubilee. Fairey Band/Mark Peacock.
  8. Ball: Glory to His Name. Mark Wilkinson, cornet, Foden's Band/Michael Fowles.
  9. Graham: A Time for Peace. Brett Baker, tbn., Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  10. Gott: Swingtime Religion. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band /Ken Waterworth.

59 pm - -Arts Weekly Program page
  1. pre record sTEF ngv
  2. LIVE IN STUDIO Right Now
  3. Traditional (arr. Vardos): Axolotl. Tim Meyen, cimbalom, Vardos.
  4. LIVE IN STUDIO Peter Green reviews
  5. LIVE IN STUDIO Sue Giles Polyglot
  6. Franz Schubert: A Dream of Springtime Roger Benedict, Viola simon Tedeschi, Piano
  7. Sullivan: The Mikado: Comes a Train of Little Ladies…..Three little maids. Jennifer Bermingham, m-sop., Anne Maree McDonald, sop., Caroline Clack, sop., Australian Opera Chorus, Elizabethan Sydney Orch/Andrew Greene.
  8. LIVE IN STUDIO Fleabag
  9. Stephen Sondheim Saturday Night: One Woderful Day cast

59 pm - -The Romantics (Digital) Program page
  1. Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture, Op.49. RCO, Royal Military Band/Bernard Haitink.
  2. Paganini: Violin Concerto No.1 in D, Op.6. Salvatore Accardo, vln., London PO/Charles Dutoit.
  3. Chopin: Piano Sonata No.2 in B flat minor, Op.35, 'Funeral March'. Richard Jackson, pno.
  4. Spohr: Symphony No.1 in E Flat, Op.20. Slovak State PO/Alfred Walter.

59 pm - -Music in Melbourne Program page
  1. Handel: Overture - Alcina. AAM/Christopher Hogwood.
  2. Hindemith: Sonata for solo cello op. 25, no. 3 Liam Meany (cello)
  3. ANAM Live-to-Air interview Liam Meany (cello)
  4. Dixon: Two Songs for the Anzac Centenary, Op.33. Ayse Goeknur Shanal, sop., Patrick Keith, pno.
  5. Australian Composers' Concert interview Robert Dora (conductor/composer), Ben Bates (composer/curator)
  6. Ben Bates: Symphony No. 3 Australasian Orchestra, Robert Dora (conductor)
  7. Poulenc: Les Mamelles de Tiresias. Robert Jeantet, bar., Denise Duval, sop., Jean Giraudeau, ten., Frederic Leprin, ten., Paris Opera-Comique Orch, Paris Opera-Comique Chorus/Andre Cluytens.
  8. Paganini: Caprice in B minor, Op.1/2. James Ehnes, vln.
  9. Chopin: Waltz in D flat, Op.64/1, 'Minute'. Hoang Pham, pno.

59 pm - -Film Scores Program page
  1. Delerue, George Shoot The Piano Player
  2. Reijseger, Ernst Gaga Cave of Forgotten Dreams
  3. Beltrami, Marco All Together Now A Quiet Place
  4. Giacchino, Michael Dia del los Muertos suite Coco
  5. Morris, John The Elephant Man suite
  6. Piazzolla, Astor Libertango
  7. Glass, Philip A Brief History of Time
  8. Revell, Graeme Birth of a Legend The Crow

59 pm - -Saturday Lunchtime Miscellany (Digital) Program page
  1. Mozart: Overture - Don Giovanni. Melbourne Sinfonia/Joannes Roose.
  2. Delany: Gloria from Mass in A Flat. Elizabeth Campbell, m-sop., Jennifer Bates, sop., David Hamilton, ten., Michael Hissey, bass-baritone, Sydney Conservatorium Choir, St Mary's Cathedral Choir, Jubilee Choir, Sydney Conservatorium Chorale, Jubilee Orch/David Russell.
  3. Tchaikovsky (arr. Breiner): October from The Seasons, Op.37b. Takako Nishizaki, vln., Queensland SO/Peter Breiner.
  4. Krommer: Concerto for Two Clarinets in E Flat, Op.35. Kalman Berkes, cl., Kaori Tsutsui, cl., Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia/Kalman Berkes.
  5. Austin Phillips: A Fish Triptych. Rhodri Clarke, pno., The Vocal Consort, Australian Boys' Choir/Noel Ancell.
  6. Haydn: Piano Sonata in D, Hob.XVI:37. Alfred Brendel, pno.
  7. Weber: Invitation to the Dance, Op.65 from the ballet 'Le Spectre de la rose'. London SO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  8. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.21 in C, K.467. Robert Casadesus, pno., Cleveland Orch/George Szell.

59 pm - -Vocal Chords Program page
  1. Haydn: True Constancy - Con un tenero sospiro. Jessye Norman, sop., Lausanne CO/Antal Dorati.
  2. Weber: Oberon: I revel in hope and joy again. Jonas Kaufmann, ten., ORR/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  3. Spontini: Ohime! quale apparato!...Ah! no, s'io vivo ancora - from La Vestale. Placido Domingo, ten., National PO/Eugene Kohn.
  4. Thomas: Hamlet: Pale et blonde. Glenda Raymond, sop., Australian SO/Hector Crawford.
  5. Massenet: Manon - Je suis seul!. Joseph Calleja, ten., Swiss Romande Orch/Marco Armiliato.
  6. Puccini: La Boheme - Dunque e proprio finita!. Anna Netrebko, sop., Boaz Daniel, bar., Rolando Villazon, ten., Nicole Cabell, sop., Bavarian RSO/Bertrand de Billy.
  7. Charpentier: Louise: Depuis le jour. Joan Hammond, sop., Halle Orch/Warwick Braithwaite.
  8. Bizet: The Pearl Fishers: Me voila seule dans la nuit. Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, sop., ROHO/Jeffrey Tate.
  9. Lehar: Friederike: Warum has du mich. Lucia Popp, sop., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  10. Cavalli: La Calisto: Piante ombrose. Maria Bayo, sop., Concerto Vocale/Rene Jacobs.

59 pm - -Saturday Afternoon Concert Program page
  1. Elgar: In the South (Alassio), Overture, Op.50. Vienna PO/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  2. Vaughan Williams: Toward the Unknown Region. City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus and Orch/Norman del Mar
  3. Lloyd: Cello Concerto. Anthony Ross, vlc., Albany SO/David Alan Miller.
  4. Bax: Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor. London PO/Bryden Thomson.

59 pm - -Piano Notes Program page
  1. Grainger: Colonial Song. Martin Jones, pno.
  2. Grainger: Walking Tune. Martin Jones, pno.
  3. Grieg: Lyric Pieces - Book 3, Op. 43. Peter Katin, pno.
  4. Rachmaninov: Piano Sonata No.2 in B flat minor, Op.36. Simon Trpceski, pno.
  5. Boyle: Sonata. Timothy Young, pno.
  6. Mozart: Variations in C on Ah, vous dirai-je Maman, K.265. Andras Schiff, pno.
  7. Schubert: Four Impromptus, Op.90 D899. Javier Perianes, pno.

59 pm - -The World of Baroque Program page
  1. Purcell: The Fairy Queen, Z629. Charles Daniels, ten., Nancy Argenta, sop., Francois Bazola, bass, Jerome Correas, bass, Les Arts Florissants/William Christie.
  2. Keiser: The ridiculous Prince Jodelet Sinfonia. Academy for Ancient Music Berlin/Georg Kallweit.
  3. Castello: Sonata terza. Richard Egarr, hpschd., AAM/Richard Egarr.
  4. Castello: Sonata settima. Richard Egarr, hpschd., AAM/Richard Egarr.
  5. Charpentier: Vespers of the Blessed Virgin. Le Concert Motet: Laudate pueri, H149 Spirituel/Herve Niquet.
  6. Uccellini, Marco. 3 Dances. Pamela Thorby, rec.Rachel Podger, vln. Joanna Levine, cel. William Carter, gtr.
  7. Rostori, Giovanni Alberto: Oboe Concerto in E flat major. Albrecht Mayer, oboe 7 dir.
  8. Palestrina: Missa Papae Marcelli. Westminster Cathedral Choir/David Hill.
  9. Schieferdecker: Musikalische Concerte No.1. Academy for Ancient Music Berlin/Georg Kallweit.

60 pm - -Great Makers of Music Program page
  1. Los Angeles Philharmonic
  2. Strauss Jnr: Overture: Die Fledermaus. Los Angeles PO/Zubin Mehta.
  3. Goldmark: Violin concerto in A minor, Op.28. Joshua Bell, vln., Los Angeles PO/Esa-Pekka Salonen.
  4. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  5. Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky, Op.78. Christine Cairns, m-sop., Los Angeles PO, Los Angeles Master Chorale/Andre Previn.
  6. Lutoslawski: Songflowers and Songfables. Dawn Upshaw, sop., Los Angeles PO/Esa-Pekka Salonen.
  7. Williams: Star Wars, Main Title. Los Angeles PO/Zubin Mehta.
  8. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..

60 pm - -All That Jazz Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Santamaria: Afro Blue. Hancock: Watermelon Man. Mongo Santamaria & his orchestra.
  3. Isaacs: Walk a Golden Mile. Mark Isaacs, pno., Jay Anderson, db., James Muller, gtr., Vinnie Colaiuta, drums, Bob Sheppard, sax.
  4. Valentine Oz rock

68 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Mahler: Symphony No.1 in D, 'Titan'. Concertgebouw Orch, Amsterdam/Leonard Bernstein.
  2. Mozart: Cosi fan tutte - The Fidelity of Women. David Rendall, ten., Philippe Huttenlocher, bass, Jules Bastin, bass, Strasbourg PO/Alain Lombard.
  3. Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op.33. Julian Lloyd Webber, vlc., London SO/Maxim Shostakovich.
  4. Verdi: La forza del destino: Nennt mich nur den schwarzen Studenten. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar., Berlin RSO/Hans Lowlein.
  5. Mendelssohn: Octet in E Flat, Op.20. St Paul CO, Minnesota/Pinchas Zukerman.
  6. Chopin: Etude in A minor, Op.25/11, Winter Wind. Alfred Cortot, pno.
  7. Williams: Aeolian Suite. John Williams, gtr., Unnamed Orch/William Goodchild.
  8. Beethoven: Piano Trio No.2 in G, Op.1/2. Benaud Trio.
  9. Ravel: Violin Sonata in G. Louisa Breen, pno., Danny Gu, vln.
  10. Ravel: Sheherazade: Fairy Overture. Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit.
  11. Schubert: Adagio and Rondo concertante in F, D.487. Melos Ensemble.
  12. Purcell: Dido and Aeneas, Z626. Lynne Dawson, sop., Dominique Visse, alto., Susan Bickley, m-sop., Gerald Finley, bass-baritone, Robin Blaze, alto., John Bowen, ten., Maria Cristina Kiehr, sop., Rosemary Joshua, sop., Stephen Wallace, alto., OAE, Clare College Choir/Rene Jacobs.
  13. Salieri: Concerto for flute, oboe & orchestra in C. Clementine Hoogendoorn, fte., Pietro Borgonovo, oboe, I Solisti Veneti/Claudio Scimone.
  14. Saint-Saens: Romance. Anna Noakes, fte., Gillian Tingay, harp.

68 pm - -Hymns Old and New Program page
  1. from Geistreiches Gesangbuch 1704: Now may he who from the dead.... St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  2. Murray: Finished the strife of battle now. Portsmouth Cathedral Choir
  3. Nicholson: We sing the praise of him who died. Wells Cathedral Choir
  4. Bourgeois: Bread of the world in mercy broken. Cantus Choro
  5. from 'New Songs of Zion' 1764': The Saviour died but rose again. Scottish Philharmonic Singers
  6. Trad: At the dawning of salvation. 'Sing Alleluia' Choir
  7. Gardiner: We have a gospel to proclaim. Wells Cathedral Choir
  8. Neander (arr Scott): He is risen. Choir (and brass) of St Thomas's 5th Avenue New York
  9. TBA

68 pm - -Organ and Choral Music Program page
  1. Bach: Jesus Christus, unser Heiland BWV 626; Erstanden ist der Heil'ge Christ BWV 628; Christ ist erstanden BWV 746; Jesu Meine Freude BWV 713. Peter Hurford, org.
  2. Mendelssohn: Lift thine eyes (Elijah); Roberton: All in the April Evening. BBC Welsh Chorus
  3. Trad: Twilight Song; The Minstrel Boy. Melbourne Chamber Choir/Faye Dumont
  4. Rheinberger: Cantilene. Wolfgang Rubsam, org.
  5. G.Gabrieli: Surrexit Christus. Taverner Choir; London Cornett & Sackbutt Ensemble/Andrew Parrott
  6. Gregorian Chant: Salva Festa Dies. Schola Gregoriana of Cambridge/Mary Berry.
  7. Pachelbel: Partita: Christus, der ist mein Leben. Werner Jacob, org.
  8. Taylor: Angels roll the rock away; Jarvis: Christ being raised from the dead. Psalmody; Parley Of Instruments/Peter Holman.
  9. Kerckhoven: Fantasia; Zipoli: Offertorio. Douglas Lawrence, org.
  10. Wagner: Summ und Brumm (Flying Dutchman). Budapest Radio Chorus; ORF SO/Pinchas Steinberg

68 pm - -Morning Classics Program page
  1. Vivaldi: Cello concerto in G, RV413. Christophe Coin, vlc., AAM/Christopher Hogwood.
  2. Britten: Four sea interludes from Peter Grimes, Op.33a. ROHO/Benjamin Britten.
  3. Dvorak: String Quartet No.12 in F, Op.96, B.179 - American. Australian String Quartet.
  4. Haydn: Symphony No. 81 in G, Hob.I:81. Australian CO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  5. Bach: Cantata BWV140, Awaken, the voices call to us. Michael George, bass, Ian Bostridge, ten., Susan Gritton, sop., AAM, King's College Choir Cambridge/Stephen Cleobury.

69 pm - -Music for Strings Program page
  1. Franck: Violin Sonata in A - cello transcription. Martha Argerich, pno., Mischa Maisky, vlc.
  2. Faure: String Quartet in E minor, Op.121. Parrenin Quartet.
  3. Vivaldi: Concerto in D minor for 2 violins, RV565, Op.3/1: siciliano. Arthur Grumiaux, vln., Istvan Hajdu, pno.

69 pm - -A Lunchtime Miscellany Program page
  1. Loewe: My Fair Lady - Selections. Heidelberg SO/Christopher Kopke.
  2. Traditional (arr. Makarytchev): Gypsy dance. Vladimir Makarytchev, balalaika, Sydney Balalaika Orch/Victor Serghie.
  3. Franck: Symphonic variations. Howard Shelley, pno., London SO/Geoffrey Simon.
  4. Borodin: Nocturne from String Quartet No.2 in D. Melbourne String Quartet.
  5. Strauss Jnr: Blue Danube Waltz, Op.314. Slovak RSO, Vienna Men's Choral Society/Johannes Wildner.
  6. Hertel: Concerto a 6 for Trumpet, Oboe, Strings & BC in E flat. Erik Schulze, tpt., Ian Franklin, oboe, South-West German CO/Vladislav Czarnecki.
  7. Dvorak: Rusalka - Polonaise. Czech PO/Vaclav Neumann.
  8. Kalkbrenner: Piano Concerto No. 3 in A minor, Op.107. Howard Shelley, pno., Tasmanian SO/Howard Shelley.
  9. Herold (arr. Lanchbery): La Fille mal gardee: Excerpts.. Royal Liverpool PO/Barry Wordsworth.

69 pm - -Apres-Midi Program page
  1. Schubert (arr. Davidson): Arpeggione Sonata in A minor, D.821. Patricia Pollett, vla., Queensland PO/Werner Andreas Albert.
  2. Brahms: Symphony No. 3 in F, Op.90. Scottish CO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  3. Beethoven: Mass in C, Op.86. Tom Krause, bar., Susan Dunn, sop., Margarita Zimmermann, m-sop., Bruno Beccaria, ten., Berlin RSO, RIAS Chamber Choir/Riccardo Chailly.

69 pm - -Recent Releases Program page
  1. The Beauty of the Violin vln Lu Siqing MSO conducted by Benjamin Northey ABC Classics
  2. Cutetudes by Julian Yu Pno Ke Lin

69 pm - -Reflections Program page
  1. Verd": Otello. Opening scene. Ramon Vinay, ten., NBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra/ ArturoToscanini
  2. Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A, K581: Larghetto. Andrew Marriner, cl., Chilingirian String Quartet
  3. Brahms: 1st Movt, Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op.98. BBC SO/Rudolf Kempe.
  4. Debussy: La Mer. 2nd Movt. New Philharmonia Orch/Pierre Boulez.
  5. Wagner: Good Friday Music ("Wie dünkt mich doch die Aue ...") Bayreuth Festival Orch and Chorus/Hans Knappertsbusch (1962)

69 pm - -Melbourne in Concert Program page
  1. Beethoven String Quartets performed by the Fidelio Quartet live from the 3MBS Lady Marigold Southey Performance Studio; Robert McIndoe & Isin Cakmakcioglu (vlns), Lisa Grosman (vla), Rachel Atkinson (vlc).
  2. Beethoven: String Quartet No.10 in E flat, Op.74, 'Harp'
  3. Beethoven: String Quartet No.12 in E flat, Op.127

70 pm - -Choral Masterworks Program page
  1. Merulo: Magnificat del secondo tono. Frederic Munoz, org., Grupo Vocal Gregor.
  2. Josquin Desprez: La Deploration de Johannes Ockeghem: Nymphes des bois. Pro Cantione Antiqua/Bruno Turner.
  3. Brixi: Missa Integra in D minor. Ibolya Verebics, sop., Christel Borchers, alto, Scot Weir, ten., Joachim Gebhardt, bass, Prague CO, Kuehn Mixed Chorus/Helmuth Rilling.
  4. Mozart: Missa Brevis in G, K140. Andreas Schmidt, bass, Helen Donath, sop., Uwe Heilmann, ten., Annette Markert, m-sop., Leipzig Radio Choir, Leipzig RSO/Herbert Kegel.
  5. Martinu: Field Mass. Miroslav Kejmar, tpt., Ivan Kusnjer, bar., Czech PO, Czech Philharmonic Chorus/Jiri Belohlavek.
  6. Stanhope: Pirramimma. St Peters Chorale/Graeme Morton.
  7. Smetana: Three-part choruses for female voices. Prague Chamber Choir/Josef Pancik.

78 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Vaughan Williams: Sinfonia Antartica (Symphony No.7). Patricia Rozario, sop., BBC SO, BBC Symphony Chorus/Sir Andrew Davis.
  2. Massenet (arr. Lucas): Manon. ROHO/Richard Bonynge.
  3. Tchaikovsky: Concert Fantasy in G for Piano and Orchestra, Op.56. Konstantin Scherbakov, pno., Dmitry Yablonsky, vlc., Audrey Kudryavtsev, vln., Russian PO/Dmitry Yablonsky.
  4. Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A, K581. Alan Hacker, cl., Salomon Quartet.
  5. Nielsen: Aladdin Suite, FS89. South Jutland SO/Niklas Willen.
  6. Respighi: Ancient airs and dances - suite No.3. Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  7. Gliere: Bronze Horseman Suite, Op.89a. BBC PO/Sir Edward Downes.
  8. Walton: Richard III: A Shakespeare Scenario. Sir John Gielgud, spkr., Ian Watson, hpschd., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  9. Wood: A Brown Bird Singing. Slovak RSO/Adrian Leaper.
  10. Brahms: Academic Festival Overture, Op.80. RCO/Riccardo Chailly.

78 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Intro
  2. Corrette: Concerto in D, Le Phenix. Charivari Agreable.
  3. Schumann: Piano quartet in E flat, Op.47. Movt 2. Robert Chamberlain, pno., Erica Kennedy, vln., Zoe Knighton, vlc., Helen Ireland, vla.
  4. Schubert: Heidenroslein, D257. Fritz Wunderlich, ten., Hubert Giesen, pno.
  5. Chabrier: Suite Pastorale. Movt 2. Vienna PO/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  6. Bruch: Octet in B flat, Op.posth. Movt 3. Zsolt Fejervari, db., Kodaly Quartet, Auer Quartet.
  7. Poulenc: Salve Regina. Tenebrae/Nigel Short.
  8. Dohnanyi: Capriccio in F minor, Op.28/6. Stephen Hough, pno.
  9. Hummel (arr. Rose): Violin Concerto in G. Movt 2. Alexander Trostiansky, vln., Russian PO/Gregory Rose.
  10. Merulo: Canzon 23 a 5. La Compania/Danny Lucin.
  11. Willaert: Semper mi ride. La Compania/Danny Lucin.
  12. Flecha: Dindirindin. La Compania/Danny Lucin.
  13. Brahms: Horn Trio in E flat, Op.40. Movt 4. Itzhak Perlman, vln., Barry Tuckwell, horn, Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.
  14. Arensky: Suite No.2, Op.23 -The Dancer. USSR Academic SO/Evgeny Svetlanov.
  15. Weather
  16. Corelli: Concerto Grosso in F, Op.6/9. English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  17. Rodrigo: Cinco Piezas Infantiles. Berlin RSO/Hans-Dieter Baum.
  18. Bazzini: La Ronde des lutins: scherzo fantastique, Op. 25. Yehudi Menuhin, vln., Marcel Gazelle, pno.
  19. Chopin: Etude in A flat, Op.25/1. Mary Warnecke, pno.
  20. Westlake: Antarctica Suite. John Williams, gtr., Movt 3. London SO/Paul Daniel.
  21. Rameau: Les Indes galantes: Chaconne. Musiciens du Louvre/Marc Minkowski.
  22. Elgar: Sea Pictures, Op.37.Where corals lie. Yvonne Minton, m-sop., London PO/Daniel Barenboim.
  23. Stanford (arr. Grainger): Four Irish Dances. Movt 1. Martin Jones, pno.
  24. Bridge: Suite for String Orchestra. Movt 4. Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Norman Del Mar.
  25. Bozza: Octanphonie. Movt 3. Melbourne Windpower/Richard Runnels.
  26. Boccherini: Guitar quintet No.4 in D, G.448. Movt 4. Karin Schaupp, gtr., Flinders Quartet.
  27. CAV Weather
  28. Jarre: Lawrence of Arabia: Overture (Part II). Royal PO/Maurice Jarre.
  29. Poulenc: Les Biches, Piano Suite. Movt 4. Antony Gray, pno.
  30. Mozart: To Chloe, K.524. Geoffrey Parsons, pno., Olaf Baer, bar.
  31. Spohr: Clarinet Concerto No.1 in C minor, Op.26. Movt 3. Ashley Sutherland, cl., Nicholas CO/Eric Klay.
  32. Beethoven: Bundeslied, Op.122. London SO, Ambrosian Singers/Michael Tilson-Thomas.
  33. Piccinini: Folias. Latitude 37.
  34. Berlioz: Benvenuto Cellini: Une heure encore...La gloire etait ma seule idole. Placido Domingo, ten., National PO/Eugene Kohn.
  35. Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No.2 in C minor, Op. 66. Kathryn Selby, pno., Timo-Veikko Valve, vlc., Vesa-Matti Leppanen, vln.
  36. Chaminade: Autumn, Op.35/2. Michael Guttman, vln., Royal PO/Jose Serebrier.
  37. Davis: Pride and Prejudice -Theme. Valentina Lisitsa, pno., BBC Concert Orch/Christopher Warren-Green.

79 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Field: Nocturne No.17 in E. Benjamin Frith, pno.
  2. Balfe: Killarney. John McCormack, ten., Studio Orch.
  3. Balfe: I Dreamt that I Dwelt in Marble Halls. Greta Bradman, sop., English CO/Richard Bonynge.
  4. Wallace: Maritana: Scenes That Are Brightest. Merlyn Quaife, sop., State Orch of Victoria/Richard Divall.
  5. Bax: Tintagel. Ulster Orch/Bryden Thomson.
  6. Stanford: Fantasy No.2 in F for clarinet and string quartet. Thea King, cl., Britten String Quartet.
  7. Moscheles: Recollections of Ireland, Op.69. Howard Shelley, pno., Tasmanian SO/Howard Shelley.
  8. Stanford: Five characteristic pieces, Op.93. Paul Barritt, vln., Catherine Edwards, pno.
  9. Bax: Piano trio in B flat. Pirasti Trio.

79 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Westlake: Ali's Wedding, film score. Slava Grigoryan, gtr., Joseph Tawadros, oud, Lior, voc., Sydney SO/Nigel Westlake. The Date Seed Parable
  2. Liszt: Piano concerto No.1 in E flat, S.124. Peng Peng, pno., Nashville SO/Leonard Slatkin. 3rd movement Allegro marziale animato
  3. Debussy: Petite Suite No.1: En bateau. Janos Balint, fte., Nora Mercz, harp.
  4. Saint-Saens: Symphony No.1 in E Flat, Op.2. Luxembourg RSO/Louis de Froment. 2nd movement
  5. Vaughan Williams: Two Pieces for Violin and Piano. Piers Lane, pno., Tasmin Little, vln. Pastorale
  6. Debussy: L'isle Joyeuse. Kathryn Selby, pno.
  7. Faure (arr. Rabaud): Dolly suite, Op.56. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner. Berceuse
  8. Hughes: Symphony in Three Movements. Melbourne SO/Joseph Post. 2nd movement Scherzo
  9. Schubert: Piano Trio No.2 in E flat, D.929. Firebird Trio (Melbourne). 3rd movement Scherzando
  10. Strauss Jnr (arr. Davis): Die Fledermaus: Suite. London PO/Carl Davis. Czardas

79 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Glinka: Overture - Ruslan & Lyudmila. Sydney SO/Edo de Waart.
  2. Saint-Saens: Symphony No.3 in C minor, Op.78, Organ. Leonard Raver, org., New York PO/Leonard Bernstein.
  3. Haydn: Mass in B flat, "Theresienmesse", Hob.XXII:12. Stephen Varcoe, bar., Janice Watson, sop., Pamela Stephen, m-sop., Mark Padmore, ten., Collegium Musicum 90/Richard Hickox.
  4. Barber: Violin Concerto in G, Op.14. Joshua Bell, vln., Baltimore SO/David Zinman.
  5. Brumby: Three Baroque Angels. Intervarsity Festival Chorus, Queensland Youth Orch/John Nickson.
  6. Mozart: Symphony No.36 in C, K.425 - Linz. EBS/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.

79 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Mertz: Tarantella. Karin Schaupp, gtr.
  2. Kreisler: Caprice Viennois, Op.2. Anne-Sophie Mutter, vln., Lambert Orkis, pno.
  3. Dupere: Querer. Alma Nieto, voc., Unnamed Orch, Rosenberg Trio/Jurre Haanstra.
  4. Stadler: Intermezzo No.1 for two clarinets. Dieter Kloecker, cl., Michael Heitzler, cl.
  5. Barbieri: El barberilo de Lavapies: No.11 - El noble gremio de costureras.... Madrid Community Orch, Madrid Community Chorus/Miguel Roa.
  6. Luna: El nino judio - prelude. Madrid Community Orch/Miguel Roa.
  7. Piazzolla (arr. Breiner): Oblivion. Razumovsky SO/Peter Breiner.
  8. Biber (arr. Latitude 37): Violin Sonata in C minor, C.143. Latitude 37.
  9. Capillas: Alleluia: Dic nobis Maria. Andrew Lawrence-King, harp, Andrew Watts, dulcian, Iain Simcock, org., Westminster Cathedral Choir/James O'Donnell.
  10. Groneman: Concerto in G for solo flute, 2 flutes, viola & continuo. Musica Ad Rhenum.
  11. Haydn: Trumpet Concerto in E flat, Hob.VIIe-1. Guy Touvron, tpt., Festival Strings Lucerne/Rudolf Baumgartner.
  12. Tailleferre: Pastorale. Jean-Louis Beaumadier, picc., Jacques Raynaut, pno.
  13. Rigney: Two Swings in the Heart Shaped Garden. Slava Grigoryan, gtr., Leonard Grigoryan, gtr., Luke Howard, pno., Olafur Bjorn Olafsson, perc.
  14. Blyth: Western Districts. Kate Chilmaid, vln., Megan Reeve, harp, Kathryn Moorhead, fte., Virtual Orch.
  15. Traditional: Miliya. Lipman Harp Duo.
  16. Crusell: Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in E flat, Op.1. Thea King, cl., London SO/Alun Francis.
  17. Anonymous: Lullaby (Itsuki No Komoriuta) Japanese folk song. James Galway, fte., Susumu Miyashita, koto, Ayako Shinozaki, harp, Tokyo String Orch/Hiroyuki Iwaki.
  18. Castello: Book II: Sonata No.10. Apollo and Pan.
  19. Purcell: Abdelazar: Rondeau, Air, Air, Menuet. AAM/Christopher Hogwood.
  20. Brahms: Trio in A minor, Op.114. Paul Meyer, cl., Gautier Capucon, vlc., Nicholas Angelich, pno.
  21. Abiam: Explorations - Hi-Life Structures. Pan African Orch/Nana Danso Abiam.
  22. Rota (arr. Lyall): Romeo & Juliet: A Time for Us. Tony Gould, pno.
  23. Zemlinsky: Humoreske (Rondo). Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet.
  24. Hasse: Mandolin Concerto in G, Op.3/11. Theodoros Kitsos, mndln., Armonia Atenea/George Petrou.
  25. Reger: Tantum ergo sacramentum. Canberra Chamber Singers/Dominic Harvey.
  26. Schubert: Notturno in E flat, D897. Seraphim Trio.
  27. Bellini: Oboe Concerto in E flat. Diana Doherty, oboe, Queensland SO/Werner Andreas Albert.
  28. Boieldieu: Solo. Luc Loubry, bsn., Rachel Talitman, harp.
  29. Coleridge-Taylor: Four Characteristic Waltzes, Op. 22/3: Valse de la reine. London PO/Barry Wordsworth.
  30. Catalani: La Wally - Ebben?...Ne andro lontana. Renee Fleming, sop., London PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  31. Respighi: Siciliana - from Ancient airs & dances. Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  32. Prentzl: Sonata. Niklas Eklund, tpt., Mats Klingfors, bsn.
  33. Sarasate: Melodie roumaine, Op.47. Tianwa Yang, vln., Markus Hadulla, pno.
  34. Cima: Sonata a tre for Violin, Cornet and Continuo in A minor. Charivari Agreable.

79 pm - -A Time to Remember Program page
  1. [Numerous (Medley) ] Whistling Rufus / Down Went McGinty/Asleep In The Deep (Thurl Ravenscroft, Vocal) Strike Up The Band, Here Comes A Sailor. The Gaslight Singers/Pete King & His Orchestra
  2. [Leo Wood] Somebody Stole My Gal Brian Lawrence Quartet
  3. [Bixio/Cherubini/Kennedy] Serenade In The Night. Marjorie Stedaford/Billy Thorburn And His Music
  4. [J Heykens] Starlight Serenade. Kenneth McKeller/Peter Knight & His Orchestra
  5. [Benjamin Godard] Angels Guard Thee Kenneth McKeller/Stuart Knight Orchestra
  6. [Trad arr Hughes] I Have A Bonnet Trimmed With Blue / Down By The Sally Gardens - Kathleen Ferrier w. Studio Orchestra
  7. [Robert Stolz] Das Leid Ist Aus Niccoli Gedda / Symphony Orchestra Graunke
  8. [Emmerich Kalman] Waltz From The Gypsy Princess Mantovani And His Orchestra
  9. [No composer detailed on LP Doina Lui Petru Unc Gheorghe Zamfir, Pan Flute/Marcel Cellier, Organ
  10. [Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart] Selection from " Ëvergreen" Debroy Somers & His Band / Dan Donovan, Vocal
  11. [Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart] Bewitched, Bothered and Bewilded Ella Fitzgerald / Buddy Bregman's Orchestra
  12. Program End and Close Theme

80 pm - -Chamber Music and Song Program page
  1. Bach CPE: Quartet in G, Wq.95. Anthony Pleeth, vlc., Nicholas McGegan, fte., Catherine Mackintosh, vla., Christopher Hogwood, fortepiano.
  2. Bach CPE: Pruefung am Abend, Wq.194/7. Joerg Demus, fortepiano., Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar.
  3. Bach CPE: Wider den Ubermut, Wq.194/49. Joerg Demus, fortepiano., Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar.
  4. Beethoven: Violin Sonata in A, Op.30/1. Itzhak Perlman, vln., Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.
  5. Beach: Piano Trio in A minor, Op.150. Trio Anima Mundi.
  6. Beach: Three Shakespeare Songs, Op.37. Emma Kirkby, sop., James Lisney, pno.
  7. Ravel (arr. Salzedo): Sonatine - Flute, Cello & Harp. Netherlands Harp Ensemble.
  8. Hill: String Quartet No.14 in B Minor. Dominion Quartet.

80 pm - -A Little Night Music Program page
  1. intro
  2. Handel: Concerto Grosso in B minor, Op.6/12. English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  3. Purcell: Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary, 1695. New College Choir, Oxford, King's Consort, King's Consort Choir/Robert King.
  4. Faure: Dolly suite, Op.56. Darryl Coote, pno., Max Cooke, pno.
  5. Koehne: Tivoli Dances. Tasmanian SO/Richard Mills.
  6. Parry: The Singer's Tune/The New Harp. Gwenan Gibbard, harp.
  7. Traditional: Place Your Hand. Gwenan Gibbard, harp, Gwenan Gibbard, sop.
  8. Copland: Suite - The Tender Land. Tasmanian SO/Dobbs Franks.
  9. Munro: Return. Elizabeth Campbell, m-sop., Ian Munro, pno.
  10. Munro: The forest. Elizabeth Campbell, m-sop., Ian Munro, pno.
  11. Strauss Jnr: Blue Danube Waltz, Op.314. State Orch of Victoria/Brian Stacey.
  12. outro