Sunday, 01st April 2018


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Midnight - -Notturno Program page
  1. Myaskovsky: Symphony No. 5 in D, Op.18. BBC PO/Sir Edward Downes.
  2. Gliere: Harp Concerto in E flat, Op.74. Alice Giles, harp, Adelaide SO/David Porcelijn.
  3. Berlioz: Beatrice and Benedict. David Wilson-Johnson, bar., Susan Gritton, sop., Laurent Naouri, bar., Kenneth Tarver, ten., Sara Mingardo, contr., Enkelejda Shkosa, m-sop., Dean Robinson, bass, London SO, London Symphony Chorus/Sir Colin Davis.
  4. Schubert: String Quartet No.14 in D minor, D810 - Death and the Maiden. Quartetto Italiano.
  5. Edwards: Oboe Concerto, Bird Spirit Dreaming. Diana Doherty, oboe, Alexandre Oguey, cor ang., Melbourne SO/Arvo Volmer.
  6. Rubinstein: Piano Sonata No.4 in A Minor, Op.100. Leslie Howard, pno.
  7. Mozart (arr. Mozart): Abduction from the Seraglio, K384, excerpts (arr. winds). Amadeus Winds/Bastian Blomhert.
  8. Boccherini: Cello sonata in C, G.74. Josep Bassal, vlc., Wolfgang Lehner, vlc.
  9. Berners: Les Sirenes (complete ballet). Miriam Blennerhassett, contr., RTE Sinfonietta/David Lloyd-Jones.
  10. Byrd: Pavan and Galliard in F, No.2, Ph. Tregian. Gustav Leonhardt, hpschd.

00 am - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Telemann: Air a L'Italien from Suite in A minor. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fte., Jerusalem Music Centre CO.
  3. Lockley: The Australian Sunrise. Gavin Lockley, bar., Ensemble.
  4. Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No.2 in C minor, Op.18. 1st movt. Yefim Bronfman, pno., Philharmonia Orch/Esa-Pekka Salonen.
  5. Dvorak: Piano Trio No.4 in E minor, Op.90, B166 - Dumky. Macquarie Trio.
  6. Brahms: A German Requiem, Op.45. Lucia Popp, sop., Wolfgang Brendel, bar., Czech PO, Prague Philharmonic Chorus/Giuseppe Sinopoli.
  7. Mlynarski: Mazurka, Op.7. David Bollard, pno., Graham Wood, vln.
  8. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.26 in D, K.537 - Coronation. 2nd movt. Maria Joao Pires, pno., Vienna PO/Claudio Abbado.
  9. Schubert: Symphony No.8 in B minor, D759 - Unfinished. 2nd movt. LCP/Sir Roger Norrington.
  10. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  11. Straus O: All around love: Overture. Budapest Strauss SO/Alfred Walter.
  12. Mahler: Youths Magic Horn. Siegfried Jerusalem, ten., Siegfried Mauser, pno.
  13. Meyerbeer: Le Prophete - Coronation March. Slovak PO/Richard Hayman.
  14. Strohmayer: Alsergrundle Waltzer. Thalia-Schrammeln.
  15. Traditional: Sing, Sing. Robert Shaw Chorale/Robert Shaw.
  16. Ginastera: Danzas Argentinas, Op.2. Ferdinand Viani, pno.
  17. Strauss Jnr: Ballet music from Ritter Pasman. National PO/Richard Bonynge.
  18. Doppler (arr. Lehto): Concerto for two flutes and orchestra in D minor. Patrick Gallois, fte., Kazunori Seo, fte., Sinfonia Finlandia.
  19. Chopin: Sonata for cello and piano in G minor, Op.65: Largo. Julian Lloyd Webber, vlc., John Lenehan, pno.
  20. Lanner: Neue Wiener Landler, Op.1. Tanzquartett Wien.
  21. Puccini: La Boheme: Mi chiamano Mimi. Lesley Garrett, sop., Philharmonia Orch/Ivor Bolton.
  22. Liadov: Ballade in D minor, Op.21b. Slovak PO/Stephen Gunzenhauser.
  23. Liadov: A Musical Snuffbox, Op.32. Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi.
  24. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  25. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  26. Nicolai: The knight templar, overture. Bamberg SO/Karl Anton Rickenbacher.
  27. Bach/Gounod: Ave Maria. Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, sop., Utah SO/Julius Rudel.
  28. Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 1 in G minor. Katia Labeque, pno., Marielle Labeque, pno.
  29. Beethoven: Romance No.2 in F, Op.50. Arthur Grumiaux, vln., Concertgebouw Orch, Amsterdam/Bernard Haitink.
  30. Weber: Oberon: Vater, hor mich flehn zu dir!. Placido Domingo, ten., Bavarian RSO/Rafael Kubelik.
  31. Kats-Chernin: Clocks. Sydney Alpha Ensemble/David Stanhope.
  32. Mortimer: Mac and Mort. Richard Marshall, cornet, Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  33. Sousa: Tango: The Gliding Girl. Razumovsky SO/Keith Brion.
  34. Mancini: The Pink Panther. Richard Hayman and His Orch.
  35. Gottschalk: Tournament Galop. Eugene List, pno.

01 am - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Liszt: Piano transcription on Wagner'sTannhauser: Entry of the Guests on the Wartburg. Daniel Barenboim, pno.
  2. Brahms: Four Songs, Op.17. City of London Sinfonia, London Symphony Chorus/Richard Hickox.
  3. Brahms: Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op.115. David Griffiths, cl., Tinalley String Quartet.
  4. Beethoven: Octet in E flat, Op.103. Members of the Berlin Philharmonic.
  5. Verdi: String quartet in E minor. Delme Quartet.

01 am - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Binge: Prelude: The Whispering Valley. Silvia Capova, pno., Slovak RSO/Ernest Tomlinson.
  2. Cilea: E la solita storia del pastore, from L'Arlesiana. Rolando Villazon, ten., Munich Radio Orch/Marcello Viotti.
  3. Traditional (arr. The Transylvaniacs): Boy's dances from Bonchida. The Transylvaniacs.
  4. Bruch: Violin Concerto No.1 in G minor, Op.26. Miwako Abe, vln., Loughlin Sinfonia/Michael Loughlin.
  5. Monti: Czardas. Robert John, vln., State Orch of Victoria/Brian Stacey.
  6. Paganini (arr. Kreisler): Caprice 20. Rachel Valler, pno., Thomas Jones, vln.
  7. Rachmaninov: Eighteenth variation from Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini. Isador Goodman, pno., Melbourne SO/Patrick Thomas.
  8. Kreisler (arr. Gamley): Stars in My Eyes. Yvonne Kenny, sop., Melbourne SO/Richard Bonynge.
  9. Strauss Jnr (arr. Gamley): Casanova: Nuns' Chorus. Yvonne Kenny, sop., Calvin Bowman, org., Melbourne SO/Richard Bonynge.
  10. Herbert: Flourette, Valse Lente. Eastman Dryden Orch/Donald Hunsberger.
  11. : Tout Est Permis Quand On Reve. Henri Garat, voc., Liliane Harvey, voc.
  12. Strauss Jnr: Italian Waltz, Op.407. CSSR State PO/Oliver Dohnanyi.

01 am - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Rimsky-Korsakov: Fantasia on Russian Themes, Op.33. Lydia Mordkovitch, vln., Royal Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi.
  3. Bach: Cantata for the first day of Easter BWV 31. Fritz Wunderlich, ten., August Messthaler, bass, Friederike Sailer, sop., Margarete Bence, alto, Stuttgart Bach Choir, Stuttgart Bach Orch/Marcel Couraud.
  4. Sibelius: Night-ride and Sunrise, Op.55. Scottish NO/Sir Alexander Gibson.
  5. Chopin: Nocturnes, Op.9. Roger Woodward, pno.
  6. Spohr: Nonet in F, Op.31. Gaudier Ensemble.
  7. Brumby: Masques -Ballet. Queensland SO/Colin Brumby.
  8. Beethoven: Symphony No.4 in B flat, Op.60. Royal Liverpool PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.

01 am - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Ansell: Plymouth Hoe. BBC NO of Wales/Rumon Gamba.
  2. Copland (arr. Guitar Trek): Hoe-down from Rodeo. Guitar Trek.
  3. Lauridsen: Lux Aeterna: O nata lux. Voces 8.
  4. Francaix: Concertino for Piano and Orchestra. Claude Francaix, pno., London SO/Antal Dorati.
  5. Lovatt-Cooper: Donegal Bay. Sarah Lenton, baritone euphonium, Fairey Band/Mark Peacock.
  6. Walton: The Wise Virgins: Suite from the ballet 'Beyond Bach'. Tasmanian SO/David Stanhope.
  7. Bach: Cantata BWV 51, Praise God throughout creation: Opening Aria. Wynton Marsalis, tpt., Kathleen Battle, sop., Orch of St Luke's/John Nelson.
  8. Telemann: Trio in E Minor - final movt. Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel.
  9. Schubert: Symphony No.6 in C, D589 - final movt. Orch of the 18th Century/Frans Bruggen.
  10. Schmitt: Six Miniatures: No.6. Claire Edwardes, perc.
  11. Easton: Overture to an Italianate Comedy. State Orch of Victoria/Brett Kelly.
  12. Carr-Boyd: Fandango. Sydney Mandolins/Adrian Hooper.
  13. Albeniz (arr. Kreisler): Espana: Tango in D, Op.165/2. Arthur Grumiaux, vln., Istvan Hajdu, pno.
  14. Palmer: The Ruritanian Dances - 1st one. Cove CO/Stephen Williams.
  15. Liszt: Les Jeux d'Eau a la Villa D'Este. Helene Grimaud, pno.
  16. Weber: Clarinet concertino in E flat, Op.26. Emma Johnson, cl., English CO/Sir Charles Groves.
  17. Morricone (arr. Morley): Cinema Paradiso: Love Theme. Itzhak Perlman, vln., Pittsburgh SO/John Williams.
  18. Mendelssohn: Capriccio in E minor, Op.81/3. Grainger Quartet.
  19. Strauss R: Capriccio, Op.85, closing scene. Richard Runnels, horn, State Orch of Victoria/Simone Young.
  20. Strauss R: Four Last Songs - 2nd one. Jessye Norman, sop., Gewandhaus Orch/Kurt Masur.
  21. Faure (arr. Kondonassis): Apres un reve, Op.7/1. Yolanda Kondonassis, harp.
  22. Bernstein: Candide Overture. Los Angeles PO/Zubin Mehta.
  23. Lloyd Webber: All I Ask of You (Phantom of the Opera). Marina Prior, sop., Melbourne SO/Brian Stacey.
  24. Rachmaninov: Suite No.2, Op.17 - 3rd movt. Oleg Maisenberg, pno., Brigitte Engerer, pno.
  25. Mercadante: Flute Concerto in D - final movt. James Galway, fte., I Solisti Veneti/Claudio Scimone.
  26. Villa-Lobos (arr. Penaforte): Bachianas Brasileiras No.5: Aria. Eroica Trio.
  27. Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin: You Have Written to Me. Dmitri Hvorostovsky, bar., Rotterdam PO/Valery Gergiev.
  28. Puccini (arr. Elkjer): Turandot: Nessun dorma. Joseph Alessi, tbn., Warren Jones, pno.
  29. Delibes: Coppelia Ballet Suite - 2nd and 3 movts.. New Philharmonia Orch/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  30. Finn: Little fish. Sally Whitwell, pno., Paul Jarman, tin whistle, Gondwana Voices/Lyn Williams.
  31. Glazunov: Triumphal March, Op.40. Royal PO/Yondani Butt.

01 am - -The Talent Program page
  1. KLARG-ELERT: Chaconne
  2. DUTILLEUX: Sonatine for Flute and Piano
  3. CHOPIN: Andante spinato et Grande Polonaise Brillante

02 am - -Contemporary Visions Program page
  1. Auerbach: Lullaby. Allmanna Sangen / Maria Goundorina.
  2. Hindemith: String Quartet No 2. Amar Qt.
  3. Tempany: The Promise of Water. Michael Kieran Harvey, pno.
  4. Henderickx: Symphony No 1 'At the Edge of the World'. Royal Flemish Philharmonic / Edo de Waart.
  5. Matthews, David: Terrible Beauty. Susan Bickley m-sop, Nash Ensemble.
  6. Haglund: Serenata per Diotima. Hakan Rudner vln, Malmo SO strings / Joachim Gustafsson.

02 am - -Mozart and Friends (Digital) Program page
  1. Bach JC: Overture - Adriano in Siria. AAM/Simon Standage.
  2. Mozart: Grand Sextet in E flat in Concertante Style, K364. Australia Ensemble.
  3. Haydn: Piano Trio in C, Hob.XV:27. Freshwater Trio.
  4. Salieri: Sinfonia in D - Veneziana. English CO/Richard Bonynge.
  5. Field: Piano Concerto No. 2 in A flat. John O'Conor, pno., Scottish CO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  6. Mendelssohn: Organ Sonata No.3 in A, Op. 65/3: Con moto maestoso. Clive Driskill-Smith, org.

02 am - -Concerto (Digital) Program page
  1. Bortniansky: Choral Concert No.19 'The Lord Speaketh'. Moscow Choral Academy/Alexander Sedov.
  2. Medtner: Piano Concerto No.2 in C minor, Op.50. Geoffrey Tozer, pno., London PO/Neeme Jarvi.
  3. Conus: Violin Concerto in E minor. David Garrett, vln., Russian NO/Mikhail Pletnev.

02 am - -Jazz Rivers Program page
  1. Theme and closing remarks
  2. Loewe: Wouldn't It Be Loverly ?. Oscar Peterson, pno., Oscar Peterson Trio.
  3. Loewe: On the Street Where You Live. Oscar Peterson, pno., Oscar Peterson Trio.
  4. Bock (arr. Sedergreen): Sunrise, sunset from Fiddler on the Roof. Steve Sedergreen, pno., Simon Starr, bass, Mike Jordan, drums.
  5. Jones: Family Love. David Jones, drums, Steve Sedergreen, pno., Mal Sedergreen, sax., Bob Sedergreen, pno.
  6. Barris: Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams. Roy Eldridge, tpt., Charles Mingus, db.
  7. Grofe: On the Trail. Joe Henderson, sax., Jazz Ensemble.
  8. Sedergreen: Opportunity. Bob Sedergreen, pno., Evripides Evripidou, db., Nilusha Baeder, voc.
  9. Sedergreen: Constraints in Construction. Steve Sedergreen, pno., Jazz Ensemble.
  10. Kern - Dearly Beloved - Barney Kessell and Herb Ellis gtrs
  11. trad Swedish - Dear Old Stockholm - Paul Chambers Quartet Paul Chambers bass, Hank Jones pno, Kenny Burrell gtr, Art Taylor dms
  12. Thomas - De Pois Do Amor O Vazio - Wayne Shorter sax, Dave Friedman vibes/mar, Gene Bertoncini gtr, Ron Carter bass. Cecil McBee bass, Billy Hart dms, Al Mouzon dms, Frank Cuomo perc.
  13. Jobim - Desafinado - Stan Getz ten, & Charlie Byrd gtr, Gene Byrd gtr/bass, Keter Betts bass, Buddy Deppenschmidt and Bill Reichenbach Sr. dms/perc.
  14. Wonder (arr. Sedergreen): Master Blaster. Steve Sedergreen, pno., Mal Sedergreen, sax.
  15. Wonder (arr. Sedergreen): Higher Ground. Steve Sedergreen, pno., Mal Sedergreen, sax.
  16. Gillespie: This is the Way. Dizzy Gillespie, tpt., Dizzy Gillespie Big Band.
  17. Weill: September Song. Sarah Vaughan, voc., Clifford Brown, tpt., Max Roach, drums, Jazz Ensemble.
  18. Sedergreen: Resolution. Steve Sedergreen, pno., Jazz Ensemble.
  19. Sedergreen: Unspoken Responses. Steve Sedergreen, pno., Jazz Ensemble.
  20. Closing remarks and theme

10 am - -Notturno Program page
  1. Dukas: Overture - Polyeucte. BBC PO/Yan Pascal Tortelier.
  2. Dukas: Symphony in C. BBC PO/Yan Pascal Tortelier.
  3. Grieg: Lyric Pieces - Book 5, Op. 54: nocturne. Len Vorster, pno.
  4. Grieg: Berceuse Op.38/1. Roger Woodward, pno.
  5. Grieg: Lyric Pieces - Book 9, Op. 68/4 - Evening in the Mountains. Leif Ove Andsnes, pno.
  6. Grieg: Lyric Pieces - Book 9, Op. 68/5 - Cradle Song. Emil Gilels, pno.
  7. Biber: Battalia in D. Il Giardino Armonico/Giovanni Antonini.
  8. Biber: Partita No.7 in C minor. Il Giardino Armonico/Giovanni Antonini.
  9. Biber: Ballettae a 4. Michael George, bass, Catherine Bott, sop., Christopher Robson, alto, John Mark Ainsley, ten., Tessa Bonner, sop., New London Consort/Philip Pickett.
  10. Scharwenka: Piano Concerto No.4 in F minor, Op.82. Stephen Hough, pno., City of Birmingham SO/Lawrence Foster.
  11. German: Merrie England. William McAlpine, ten., June Bronhill, sop., Peter Glossop, bar., Patricia Kern, sop., Monica Sinclair, contr., Williams Singers, Michael Collins Orch/Michael Collins.
  12. German: Nell Gwyn Suite. Queensland Orch/Michel Swierczewski.
  13. Dittersdorf: Harp Concerto in A. Nicanor Zabaleta, harp, Paul Kuentz CO/Paul Kuentz.
  14. Dvorak: Cypresses, B.152. Panocha Quartet.
  15. Bach: Cantata BWV 85, I am a faithful shepherd. Ruth Holton, sop., Bas Ramselaar, bass-baritone, Sytse Buwalda, alto, Nico van der Meel, ten., Holland Boys' Choir, Netherlands Bach Collegium/Pieter Jan Leusnik.
  16. Koehne: Between Two Worlds. Tasmanian SO/Richard Mills.
  17. Kats-Chernin: Russian Rag. Lisa Moore, pno.
  18. Kats-Chernin: Sapphire Rag. John Martin, pno.
  19. Kats-Chernin: Sunshine Journal-excerpts. Tamara-Anna Cislowska, pno., Elena Kats-Chernin, pno.

10 am - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Corelli: Concerto Grosso in D, Op.6/7. English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  3. Bach (arr. d'Albert): Prelude and Fugue in A, BWV536. Piers Lane, pno.
  4. Haydn: String Quartet in C, Hob.III:39, Op.33/3, Bird. 3rd movement. Weller Quartet.
  5. Hasselmans: Gondoliera, Op.39. Louise Johnson, harp.
  6. Bliss (arr. Terracini): It is Well with My Soul. Prague SO, Vox Ecclesiae/Paul Terracini.
  7. Mozart: Symphony No.32 in G, K.318. Prague CO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  8. Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No.2 in C minor, Op. 66. 2nd movement. Streeton Trio.
  9. Mendelssohn: Der Mond, Op.86/5. Geoffrey Parsons, pno., Barbara Bonney, sop.
  10. Graham: Follow the Flame. Lucy Murphy, flugelhorn, Brighouse and Rastrick Band/David King.
  11. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  12. Williamson: Suite from Our Man in Havana - 3rd 7 4th movements. Tasmanian SO/Richard Mills.
  13. Bizet: Carmen: Habanera. Maria Callas, sop., French Radio NO/Georges Pretre.
  14. Cervantes: Farewell to Cuba. Donna Coleman, pno.
  15. Bowen: Viola Concerto in C minor, Op.25. Finale. Lawrence Power, vla., BBC Scottish SO/Martyn Brabbins.
  16. Saint-Saens: Bacchanale. Berlin PO/Gustavo Dudamel.
  17. Sondheim: Company - The Ladies Who Lunch, & Finale. Elaine Stritch, Original Broadway Cast.
  18. Ighner: Everything Must Must Change. Karrin Allyson, voc & ensemble.
  19. Pixis: Piano Concertino in E flat maj, op 68 - Rondo. Howard Shelley, piano. Tasmanian SO/Shelley
  20. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  21. Vangelis (arr. Yachinov): 1492: Conquest of Paradise. The Red Army Choir/General Viktor Eliseev.
  22. Vangelis: Chariots of Fire - Main Theme. Vangelis
  23. Dvorak: String Quartet No.14 in A flat, Op.105, B.193. 3rd movement. Prague Quartet.
  24. Suk: Spring, Op.22a - Longing. Margaret Fingerhut, pno.
  25. Janacek: Jenufa - Aria. Lucia Popp, sop., Munich Radio Orch/Stefan Soltesz.
  26. Drdla (arr. Dickson): Souvenir. Amy Dickson, sax., Catherine Milledge, pno.
  27. Denver: Perhaps Love. Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone, Rhys Meirion, ten., Rhys Wyn Parry, gtr., Ensemble Cymru.
  28. Rachmaninov: Preludes, Op.32. No. 12. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.
  29. Rachmaninov: Symphonic Dances, Op.45. Finale. Concertgebouw Orch, Amsterdam/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
  30. Rachmaninov: Symphonic Dances, Op.45. Finale. Baltimore SO/David Zinman.

11 am - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Vivaldi: Concerto in D minor for recorder & organ. Genevieve Lacey, rec., Daniel Yeadon, vlc., Neal Peres da Costa, org.
  2. Haydn: String Quartet in C, Hob.III:72, Op.74/1. Salomon Quartet.
  3. Schubert: An Silvia, D891. Anne Sofie von Otter, m-sop., Bengt Forsberg, pno.
  4. Schubert: Der Wanderer an den Mond, D.870, Op. 80/1. Anne Sofie von Otter, m-sop., Bengt Forsberg, pno.
  5. Saint-Saens: Piano Trio No.1 in F, Op.18. The Australian Trio.
  6. Vine: Piano Sonata No.1. Michael Kieran Harvey, pno.
  7. Poulenc: Clarinet Sonata. Timothy Young, pno., Dean Newcomb, cl.

11 am - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Handel: Overture - Alcina. English CO/Raymond Leppard.
  2. Zi (arr. Yu): The lotus song. Traditional (arr. Yu): Flower drum song. Shu-Cheen Yu, sop., Sinfonia Australis/Antony Walker.
  3. Strauss Jnr: Memory of Covent Garden waltz, Op.329. London SO/John Georgiadis.
  4. Boccherini: Nightwatch in Madrid, Op.30/6. Australia Pro Arte CO/Jeffrey Crellin.
  5. Schubert: Scherzo No.1 in B flat, D.593. Geoffrey Tozer, pno.
  6. Various (arr. Stephens): Miller Magic. Melbourne Tramways Band/Jonathan Woods.
  7. Mozart: Cosi fan tutte, K588: Una donna a quindici anni. Danielle de Niese, sop., OAE/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  8. Mouret: Divertissement in D. Richard Runnels, horn, Brachi Tilles, hpschd.
  9. Mozart: Symphony No.52 in C, K.102. /Jeffrey Tate.

11 am - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. (CAV & Intro)
  2. Weber: Der Freischütz: Overture. Vienna PO/Carlos Kleiber
  3. Spohr: Clarinet Concerto No.2 in E flat, Op.57. Ernst Ottensamer, cl., Bratislava RSO/Johannes Wildner
  4. Schumann: Piano Quintet in E flat, Op.44. Thomas Rajna, pno., Alberni Quartet
  5. Schumann: Symphony No.2 in C, Op.61. Royal Concertgebouw Orch/Bernard Haitink
  6. Chausson: Poeme, Op.25. Leonid Kogan, vln., USSR State SO/Pavel Kogan
  7. Lalo: Piano Trio No.3 in A minor, Op.26. Parnassus Trio
  8. Ravel: Bolero. New York PO/Pierre Boulez

11 am - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Weber: Overture: Oberon. LCP/Sir Roger Norrington.
  2. Beethoven: Fantasia in G minor/B flat, Op.77. Rudolf Buchbinder, pno.
  3. Tartini: Trumpet concerto in D. Maurice Andre, tpt., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  4. Meyerbeer: Le Prophete - Coronation March. Slovak PO/Richard Hayman.
  5. Kats-Chernin: Get Well Rag. Ian Munro, pno.
  6. McCabe: John Peel. Mary Bisson, horn, Ann Tedards, sop., Mary Woehr, pno.
  7. Weir: Don't Let that Horse. Mary Bisson, horn, Ann Tedards, sop.
  8. Delibes: Coppelia: excerpts. ROHO/Ernest Ansermet. Intro & Waltz, Czardas, Valse de la Poupee
  9. Devienne: Sonata in E flat. Wonkak Kim, cl., Eun-Hye Grace Choi, pno. 3rd Movt: Rondo Allegretto non Troppo
  10. Grieg: Peer Gynt - Solveig's Song. Barbara Bonney, sop., Gothenburg SO/Neeme Jarvi.
  11. Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem, Op.20. City of Birmingham SO/Sir Simon Rattle. 2nd Movt: Dies Irae (Allegro con Fuoco)
  12. Mozart: Concerto for Three Pianos in F, K242. Martha Argerich, pno., Paul Gulda, pno., Rico Gulda, pno., Swiss Italian Orch/A Rabinovitch-Barakovsky. 3rd Movt Rondo Menuetto
  13. Offenbach: La Perichole - Letter Song. Regine Crespin, sop., Swiss Romande Orch/Alain Lombard.
  14. Mendelssohn: Octet in E Flat, Op.20. Vienna Octet. Scherzo
  15. Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice: Dance of the Furies. Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  16. Liadov: A Musical Snuffbox, Op.32. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.
  17. Borodin: Petite Suite: Scherzo in A flat. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.
  18. Faure: Elegie in C minor, Op.24. Guillaume Paoletti, vlc., Paris Orchl Ensemble/John Nelson.
  19. Chabrier: Fete polonaise. Vienna PO/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  20. Elgar: Cello concerto in E minor, Op.85. Jacqueline du Pre, vlc., London SO/Sir John Barbirolli. 1st Movt
  21. Rossini: Barber of Seville - Una voce poco fa. Greta Bradman, sop., English CO/Richard Bonynge.
  22. Mozart: Requiem in D Minor, K.626. Monteverdi Choir, EBS/Sir John Eliot Gardiner. Confutatis, Lachrymosa
  23. Massenet: Thais - Meditation. Leigh Harrold, pno., Nick Parnell, perc.
  24. Offenbach: Tales of Hoffmann: Barcarolle. Lesley Garrett, sop., Philharmonia Orch/Andrew Greenwood.
  25. Jarre: Lawrence of Arabia: Overture (Part II). Royal PO/Maurice Jarre.
  26. Mozart: Rondo in D, K514. Anthony Halstead, horn, AAM/Christopher Hogwood.
  27. Tchaikovsky: Marche Slave in B flat, Op.31. London PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.

11 am - -Music for Keyboard Program page
  1. Annoucement
  2. Haydn: Piano Sonata in A, Hob.XVI:12. Hans Palsson, pno.
  3. Haydn: Piano Sonata in B minor, Hob.XVI:32. Ronald Brautigam, fortepiano.
  4. Haydn: Piano Sonata in E flat, Hob.XVI:49. Jocelyn Ho, pno.
  5. Final Announcements

Midday - -Wednesday Night at the Opera Program page
  1. Marschner: Der Vampyr, Arleen Auger, sop., Donald Grobe, ten., Roland Hermann, bar., Trudeliese Schmidt, m-sop., Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra & Chorus/Fritz Rieger.

8 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Suk: Symphony in C minor, Op.27 'Asrael'. Czech PO/Vaclav Neumann.
  2. Beethoven: Violin Sonata in A minor, Op.23. Liza Ferschtman, vln., Inon Barnatan, pno.
  3. Brahms: Deutsche volkslieder, WoO33. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, sop., Gerald Moore, pno., Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar.
  4. Alfven: The Mountain King (Bergakungen). Swedish RSO/Evgeny Svetlanov.
  5. McEncroe: Natalie's Suite, Three Faces of Addiction. Helen Kennedy, pno., Janacek PO/Anthony Armore.
  6. Rossini: L'inganno felice. Natale de Carolis, bar., Jorio Zennaro, ten., Ursula Dutschler, hpschd., Fabrio Previati, bar., Amelia Felle, sop., Danilo Serraiocco, bass, English CO/Marcello Viotti.
  7. Handel: Concerto Grosso in A, Op.6/11. Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  8. Handel: Harpsichord Suite No.5 in E, HWV 430. Erin Helyard, hpschd.

8 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Daybreak with Margot Costanzo
  2. Part: Spiegel im Spiegel: Tamsin Little Violin, Martin Roscoe, piano, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Richard Studt, Director
  3. Hotteterre: Premiere suite de pieces a deux dessus, Op.4. Elysium Ensemble.
  4. Rachmaninov: Vocalise, Op.34/14. Amir Farid, pno., Zoe Knighton, vlc.
  5. Glazunov: Minstrel's Song, Op.71. Amir Farid, pno., Zoe Knighton, vlc.
  6. Scheidler: Variations in F on a theme from Don Giovanni: Miguel Yisrael, lute
  7. Edwards: Piano Trio, 1998: First movement, Allegretto: Benaud Trio
  8. Mozart: Fantasia in F minor and major:Swingle singers
  9. : I'll remember April. Yehudi Menuhin, vln., Stephane Grappelli, vln.
  10. Kosma: Autumn Leaves. Yehudi Menuhin, vln., Stephane Grappelli, vln.
  11. Donaldson& Whiting: My Blue Heaven: Harvey &the Wallbangers
  12. Bach: Motet: Lobet den Herrn alle Heiden, BWV230. The Sixteen/Harry Christophers.
  13. Milhaud: Duo concertant, Op.351. Jonathan Cohler, cl., Judith Gordon, pno.
  14. Warren and Dublin: I only have eyes for you: Harry connick Junior, tenor
  15. Rachmaninov: Romance and Waltz in A for six hands: Daniel Gerzenberg,piano, Anton Gerzenberg, piano, Lilya Silberstein, piano
  16. Falla (arr. Dean): The Three-Cornered Hat. Southern Cross Soloists.
  17. Williams: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Main Title. Adelaide SO/Stanley Black.
  18. Bach: Trio Sonoata No i in E flat Major BMV 525: Mvt 1 Allegro moderato; Mvt 2 Adagio: Julian Bream Guitar, George Malcolm Harpsichord
  19. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  20. de Vries: the Easy Virtue Tango
  21. Mendelsohn: a Midsummer Night's Dream: Overture: Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, David Zinman, conductor
  22. Debussy: Jeux de vagues: Orchestre de LÁcademie Sainte-Cecile Rome, Leonard Bernstein, conductor
  23. Rossini: Barber of Seville - Largo al factotum. Lawrence Tibbett, bar.
  24. Rossini (arr. Lysne): Marriage of Figaro: Jazz Riff on Largo al factotum: Stefano Bollani, piano, Jesper Bodilsen, bass, Morten Lund, drums, Members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra,
  25. Hill: Symphony No. 5 in A minor, "The Carnival". Queensland SO/Wilfred Lehmann.

9 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Elgar: String Quartet in E Minor, Op.83. Coull String Quartet.
  3. Schubert: Allegretto in C minor, D.915. Stephen Kovacevich, pno.
  4. Barber: Dover Beach, Op.3. Teddy Tahu Rhodes, bar., Australian String Quartet.
  5. Muczynski: Piano Trio No.1, Op.24. Trio Anima Mundi.
  6. Torelli: Sinfonia con tromba in D, TV8. David Drury, org., John Foster, tpt.
  7. Dohnanyi: Sextet for piano, clarinet, horn, violin, viola & cello in C, Op.37. Spectrum Concerts Berlin/Frank S. Dodge.

9 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Offenbach: Regimental Song fr La Grande-Duchesse de Gerolstein. Eliane Lulin, sop.
  2. Riccardo Drigo (arr. Sykes): Serenade. Steve Sykes, tuba, Richard Phillips, pno.
  3. Vivaldi (arr. Avital): First fr Trio sonata in C, RV82. Ophira Zakai, lute, Avi Avital, mndln., Mahan Esfahani, hpschd., Patrick Sepec, vlc.
  4. Enescu: Hora Unirii. Daniel Hope, vln., Jacques Ammon, pno.
  5. Jo Knuemann (arr. Christian Badzura): Rumaenisch. Daniel Hope, vln., Avi Avital, mndln., Jacques Ammon, pno., Members of the German CO/Daniel Hope.
  6. Handel: Cavatina: Quando mai, spietata sorte from Radamisto. Kirsten Barry, oboe, Jamie Hey, vlc., Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  7. Bizet (arr. Hazell): The Fair Maid of Perth: Serenade. Juan Diego Florez, ten., Bologna Theatre Orch/Roberto Abbado.
  8. Granados: The first five Valses poeticas. Benjamin Grosvenor, pno.
  9. Kern: Life upon the wicked stage fr Showboat. Paige O'Hara, voc., London Sinfonietta, Ambrosian Ladies Chorus/John McGlinn.
  10. Wili Althoff: 3rd fr Tantz Suite. Melbourne Mandolin Orch/Fred Witt.
  11. Hill: Adagio fr Trumpet Concerto in B flat. Donald Johnson, tpt., West Australian SO/Thomas Mayer.
  12. Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No.1 in D minor, Op.49, scherzo. Seraphim Trio.
  13. German University Songs: Erich Kunz, bar.

9 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Bach: Oboe d'amore concerto in D, BWV1053a. Diana Doherty, oboe, Ironwood.
  2. Mahler: Songs of a Wayfarer. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar., Berlin PO/Daniel Barenboim.
  3. Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante in E flat, K364. Pinchas Zukerman, vla., Isaac Stern, vln., English CO/Daniel Barenboim.
  4. Liszt: Liebesträume, three notturnos for piano, S541. Daniel Barenboim, pno.
  5. Stamitz: Sinfonia Concertante in D. Pinchas Zukerman, vla., Isaac Stern, vln., English CO/Daniel Barenboim.
  6. Chopin: Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor, Op.11. Ewa Kupiec, pno., Melbourne SO/Christopher Seaman.
  7. Westlake: Antarctica Suite. Slava Grigoryan, gtr., Melbourne SO/Nigel Westlake.

9 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Brahms: Academic Festival Overture, Op.80. Berlin PO/Claudio Abbado.
  2. Hasse: Arminio: Cadro ma qual si mira. Max Emanuel Cencic, alto., Armonia Atenea/George Petrou.
  3. Gershwin (arr. Grainger): Love Walked In. Benjamin Grosvenor, pno.
  4. Sullivan: from HMS Pinafore. John Reed, bar., Jeffrey Skitch, bar., Thomas Round, ten., Jean Hindmarsh, sop., New SO, D'Oyly Carte Opera Company/Isidore Godfrey.
  5. Rachmaninov: 3d movement from Symphonic Dances, Op.45. London SO/Valery Gergiev.
  6. Liszt: Rigoletto Paraphrase S.434. Yundi, pno.
  7. Bach: last movement from Concerto for oboe and violin in C minor, BWV1060. Isaac Stern, vln., Marcel Tabuteau, oboe, Prades Festival Orch/Pablo Casals.
  8. Borodin (arr. Bateman): Kismet: And This Is My Beloved. Lesley Garrett, sop., Philharmonia Orch/Andrew Greenwood.
  9. weather
  10. Tchaikovsky: rom Swan Lake, Op.20. Mariinsky Theatre Orch/Valery Gergiev.
  11. Chaplin: Limelight. Gheorghe Zamfir, panpipes.
  12. Weber: Overture: Rubezahl (piano). Alexander Paley, pno., Brian Zeger, pno.
  13. Strauss R: Salome, Op.54: Dance of the Seven Veils. Cleveland Orch/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
  14. Verdi: Rigoletto: La donna e mobile. Rolando Villazon, ten., Turin Theatre Orch/Gianandrea Noseda.
  15. Shostakovich: 3rd movement from Concerto No.1 in C minor for Piano, Trumpet & Strings , Op.35. Peter Jablonski, pno., Royal PO/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
  16. Porter: I Love Paris. Jacky Terrasson, pno., Leon Parker, drums, Ugonna Okegwo, db.
  17. Strauss Jnr: Die Fledermaus: Dieser Anstand, so manierlich. Nicolai Gedda, ten., Anneliese Rothenberger, sop., Vienna Symphony/Willi Boskovsky.
  18. Schumann: from Kreisleriana, Op.16. Maurizio Pollini, pno.
  19. Schubert: First Movement from Symphony No.1 in D, D82. CO of Europe/Claudio Abbado.
  20. Shankar: Dhun (Folk Airs). Chatur Lal, tabla, N C Mullick, tamboura, Ravi Shankar, sitar.
  21. Mozart: last movement from Violin Concerto No.5 in A, K.219 - Turkish. Erica Morini, vln., Perpignan Festival Orch/Pablo Casals.
  22. Rossini: from La pietra del paragone. Jose Carreras, ten., Beverley Wolff, m-sop., Elaine Bonazzi, m-sop., Anne Elgar, sop., John Reardon, bar., Clarion Concerts Orch, Clarion Concerts Chorus/Newell Jenkins.
  23. Chopin: Nocturne in G, Op.37/2. Ewa Kupiec, pno.
  24. Granados (arr. Romero): Danzas Espanolas: Valenciana, Op.37/7. Celedonio Romero, gtr., Angel Romero, gtr.
  25. Respighi: The Birds. London SO/Antal Dorati.

9 pm - -The Early Music Experience Program page
  1. Consort music by William Lawes and John Jenkins.
  2. W. Lawes: Royal Consort Sett No. 2 in D minor. Phantasm.
  3. Jenkins: 5vv Fantasias Nos. 16 in D and 14 in D minor. Phantasm.
  4. Jenkins: 5vv Fantasy No. 1 in G. Phantasm.
  5. Jenkins: Fantasia Suite No. 6 in F for 2 violins, 2 bass viols & continuo. The Parley of Instruments / Peter Holman.
  6. Jenkins: 5vv Fantasias Nos. 15 in D & 12 in D minor. Phantasm.
  7. Jenkins: 6vv Fantasy No. 2 in C minor. Phantasm.
  8. Jenkins: Royal Consort Sett No. 4 in D. Phantasm.

10 pm - -Illuminations Program page
  1. Rossini: Demetrio e Polibio: Pien di contento in seno;Franco Fagioli;Armonia Atenea;Geroge Petrou;
  2. Rossini: The Italian Girl in Algiers: Ai capricci della sorte;Marilyn Horne andDomenico Trimarchi;I Solisti Veneti;Claudo Scimone
  3. Rossini: The Barber of Seville:Cessa di piu resistere;Rockwell Blake;London Symphony Orchestra;John McCarthy
  4. Bellini: Norma: Mira O Norma; Christa Ludwig and Maria Callas; Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano;Tullio Serafin
  5. Bellini: Norma: Si, fino all'ore estreme; Christa Ludwig and Maria Callas; Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano;Tullio Serafin
  6. Donizetti: L'Elisir D'Amore;Una furtive lagrima;Nicolai Gedda;Orch dell'Opera di Roma;Francesco Molinari Pradelli;
  7. Donizetti: Don Pasquale;Mi volete fiera;Graziella Sciutti;Tom Krause;Orch of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden;Argeo Quadri
  8. Rossini: La Cenerentola;Cenerentola presto;Margherita Guglielmi;Laura Zannini;Teresa Berganza;Paolo Montarsolo;London Symphony Orch;Claudio Abbado;
  9. Rossini; La Donna del Lago:Qual suon;Katia Ricciarelli and Dalmacio Gonzalez;Chamber Orch of Europe;Maurizio Pollini;
  10. Bellini: I Capuleti e I montecchi;Eccomi in lieta vesta;Eva Mei;Munchner Rundfunkorchester;Roberto Abbado;
  11. Donizetti: La Favorite:Me voice donc pres d'elle;Ramon Vargas,Francesco Piccoli,Anthony Michaels-Moore,Vesselina Kasarova;Munchner Rundfunkorchester;Marcello Viotti
  12. Rossini: Barber of Seville: Ma signor…zitto, tu; Chorus and Orchestra della Toscana;Gianluigi Gelmetti
  13. Bellini: La Sonnambula;Non piu nozze;Francesco Keli, Natalie;Orch de l'Opera de Lyon;Evelino Pido;
  14. Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor. Dame Joan Sutherland, sop., Cesare Siepi, bass, Robert Merrill, bar., Kenneth MacDonald, ten., Ana Raquel Satre, sop., Rinaldo Pelizzoni, ten., Renato Cioni, ten., St Cecilia Academy Orch, St Cecilia Academy Chorus/Sir John Pritchard.
  15. Rossini: Mose in Egitto: O toi;Ruggero Raimondi, Salvatore Fisichella;Zehava Gal, Ernesto Palacio;Ambrosian Opera Chorus and Philharmonia Orch;Claudio Scimone
  16. Bellini: Norma: In mia man;Maria Callas and Franco Corelli; Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano;Tullio Serafin
  17. Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor;Apargi d'amaro pianto;Joan Sutherland;Orch of the Academy of St Cecilia, Rome; Sir John Pritchard
  18. Donizetti: Lucrezia Borgia: Era desso il figlio mia;Renee Fleming;Orch of St Luke's;Patrick Summers

10 pm - -Theatretrack Program page
  1. SHOW BIZ RADIO: Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK opening theme Sondheim: Overture -Merrily We Roll Along
  2. Lippa: Prologue/Be the Hero - Big Fish
  3. Loewe: Almost Like Being in Love - Jerry Hadley, Standing Room Only
  4. Hamlisch: The Column - Sweet Smell of Success
  5. Lippa: The Witch - Big Fish
  6. Lippa: Stranger - Big Fish
  7. Lippa: Two Men in My Life - Big Fish
  8. Bernstein: Lonely Town - Jerry Hadley, Standing Room Only
  9. Hamlisch: I Cannot Hear the City - Sweet Smell of Success
  10. Hamlisch: Welcome to the Night - Sweet Smell of Success
  11. Cohan: Give My Regards to Broadway - Patti Lupone, Don't Monkey With Broadway
  12. Sondheim: The Ladies Who Lunch - Patti Lupone, Don't Monkey With Broadway
  13. Bernstein: Some Other Time - Patti Lupone, Don't Monkey With Broadway
  14. Kander/Rodgers: Marry Me/Manhattan - Jerry Hadley, Standing Room Only
  15. Lippa: Time Stops - Big Fish
  16. Hamlisch: At the Fountain - Sweet Smell of Success
  17. Rodgers: Younger Than Springtime - Jerry Hadley, Standing Room Only
  18. Lippa: Closer to Her - Big Fish
  19. Lippa: Daffodils - Big Fish
  20. Hamlisch: Don't Know Where You Leave Off - Sweet Smell of Success
  21. Lane: She Wasn't You - Jerry Hadley, Standing Room Only
  22. Hamlisch: Break It Up - Sweet Smell of Success
  23. Hamlisch: Dirt - Sweet Smell of Success
  24. Lippa: I Don't Need a Roof - Big Fish
  25. Schonberg: Bring Him Home - Jerry Hadley, Standing Room Only
  26. Andersson: Anthem - Jerry Hadley, Standing Room Only
  27. Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK closing theme Richardson: Reach Out -The Grass Harp

18 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.5 in E minor, Op.64. Vienna PO/Valery Gergiev.
  2. Edwards: Ulpirra Suite. Deborah de Graaff, cl., Len Vorster, perc.
  3. Hyde: Clarinet Sonata in F minor. David Miller, pno., Deborah de Graaff, cl.
  4. Tippett: A Child of our Time: Five Negro Spirituals. The Finzi Singers/Paul Spicer.
  5. Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No.3 in D minor, Op.30. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., London SO/Anatole Fistoulari.
  6. Verdi: Il corsaro. Jessye Norman, sop., Clifford Grant, bass, Jose Carreras, ten., Monserrat Caballe, sop., John Noble, bar., Gian-Piero Mastromei, bar., Philharmonia Orch, Ambrosian Singers/Lamberto Gardelli.
  7. Falla (arr. Grigoryan): Four Spanish Pieces. Slava Grigoryan, gtr., Leonard Grigoryan, gtr.
  8. Byrd: Motet: Gaudeamus omnes. Cambridge Singers/John Rutter.
  9. Gaubert: Flute Sonate No.1. Samuel Sanders, pno., Paula Robison, fte.
  10. Bach: Cantata BWV 41, O Lord, we come to praise Thee. Kurt Equiluz, ten., Paul Esswood, alto, Ruud van der Meer, bass, Boys' Choir Soloist, treb., Concentus Musicus Vienna, Vienna Boys' Choir, Chorus Viennensis/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
  11. Alwyn: Lyra Angelica - Concerto for Harp & String Orchestra. Rachel Masters, harp, City of London Sinfonia/Richard Hickox.
  12. Barber: Adagio for strings, Op.11. Detroit SO/Neeme Jarvi.
  13. Mompou (arr. Loveday): Prelude No.5. Slava Grigoryan, gtr., Leonard Grigoryan, gtr.

18 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Corelli: Concerto Grosso in C minor, Op.6/3. English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  2. Chopin: Impromptu No.1 in A flat, Op.29. Roger Woodward, pno.
  3. Schubert: Scherzo: String Quartet No.15 in G, D887, Op.161. Juilliard String Quartet.
  4. Berlioz: Soldiers Chorus. Damnation of Faust, Op.24. Philharmonia Orch, Philharmonia Chorus, Eton College Boys' Choir/Myung-Whun Chung.
  5. Borodin: In the Steppes of Central Asia. Philharmonia Orch/Geoffrey Simon.
  6. Handel: Theme and Variations. Rachel Masters, harp.
  7. Borodin: Dance of the maidens. Prince Igor: Polovtsian Dances, . Swiss Romande Orch, /Ernest Ansermet.
  8. Faure: Andante vivo. Piano Trio in D minor, Op.120. Trio Rouvier-Kantorow-Muller.
  9. Sousa: The White Rose. Royal Artillery Band/Keith Brion.
  10. De Sylva: You're the Cream in my Coffee. Tea Rose Duo.
  11. Lehar: The Merry Widow: Vilja. Dame Joan Sutherland, sop., Ambrosian Opera Chorus, New Philharmonia Orch/Richard Bonynge.
  12. Popper: Dance of the Elves, Op.39. Minah Choe, vlc., Philip Shovk, pno.
  13. Bach (arr. Williams): Prelude from lute suite, BWV1006a. John Williams, gtr.
  14. Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 2 in D minor. Katia Labeque, pno., Marielle Labeque, pno.
  15. Lecocq (arr. Jacob): Finale: Mam'zelle Angot. National PO/Richard Bonynge.
  16. Traditional (arr. Rutter): Afton water. City of London Sinfonia, Cambridge Singers/John Rutter.
  17. Massenet: Marche: Suite No.4, Scenes Pittoresques. New Zealand SO/Jean-Yves Ossonce.
  18. Mendelssohn: Finale: Piano Concerto No.2 in D minor, Op.40. Andras Schiff, pno., Bavarian RSO/Charles Dutoit.
  19. Bottesini: Il Diavolo Della Notte: Sinfonia. London SO/Franco Petracchi.
  20. BEETHOVEN
  21. C.A.V. & WEATHER.
  22. Lamberti: Concerto for mandolin and strings. Ugo Orlandi, mndln., I Solisti Aquilani/Vittorio Antonellini.
  23. Schonberg: Les Miserables: I Dreamed a Dream. Lesley Garrett, sop., Unnamed Orch/Philip Ellis.
  24. Rodgers: Overture: The King and I.Studio Orch/Alfred Newman.
  25. Bellini: Norma. Renata Scotto, sop.National PO, Ambrosian Opera Chorus/James Levine.
  26. Rossini: Bianca e Faliero, Overture. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  27. Vanhal: Finale. Symphony in A Major. Salieri CO/Tamas Pal.
  28. Benda G: Sinfonias. Prague CO/Christian Benda.
  29. Bellini (arr. Payne): Oboe Concerto in E flat. Geoffrey Payne, tpt., Melbourne SO/Michael Halasz.

19 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Handel: Concerto Grosso in B minor, Op.6/12. Paul Dyer, hpschd., Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  2. Spohr: Piano Trio No.5 in G Minor, Op.142. Hartley Trio.
  3. Mozart: Violin Sonata No.21 in E minor, K.304. Anne-Sophie Mutter, vln., Lambert Orkis, pno.
  4. Dvorak: Gypsy Melodies, Op.55, B104. Roger Vignoles, pno., Bernarda Fink, m-sop.
  5. Bach CPE: Flute concerto in A, Wq.168. Patrick Gallois, fte., Toronto Camerata/Kevin Mallon.
  6. Gorecki: Totus Tuus, Op.60. The Sixteen/Harry Christophers.
  7. Carmichael: Latin American Suite. Carlos Lama, pno., Sofia Cabruja, pno.

19 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Salieri: The Stolen Bucket, Overture. Czechoslovak RSO/Michael Dittrich.
  3. Harty: An Irish Symphony: The Fair Day. Heidelberg SO/Christopher Kopke.
  4. Piazzolla (arr. Pujol): Adios Nonino. Jacob Cordover, gtr.
  5. Grand: Guess Who I Saw Today. Catherine Hunter, voc., Tim Jenkins, pno., Jazz Ensemble.
  6. Bach (arr. Gounod): Ave Maria. Aafje Heynis, contr., Meindert Boekel, org., Pro Musica Choir/Lex Karsemeijer.
  7. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.1 in C, Op.15. Maurizio Pollini, pno., Berlin PO/Claudio Abbado.
  8. Debussy (arr. Renie): Arabesque. Elinor Bennett, harp.
  9. Rodgers: A Twinkle in Your Eye from I Married an Angel. Dawn Upshaw, sop., Unnamed Orch/Eric Stern.
  10. Mussorgsky: Boris Godounov: Coronation scene. Robert Harrington, ten., Queensland Orch, Queensland Opera Chorus/Johannes Fritzsch.
  11. Dawes (arr. Dickson): Melody. Amy Dickson, sax., Catherine Milledge, pno.
  12. Gershwin: Liza. Saxpak/Ted White.

19 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Bach (arr. Avital): Violin concerto in D minor, BWV1052 arr. Mandolin. Avi Avital, mndln., Potsdam Chamber Academy.
  3. Sterndale Bennett: Piano Concerto No.2 in E flat, Op.4. Malcolm Binns, pno., Philharmonia Orch/Nicholas Braithwaite.
  4. Elgar: Sea Pictures, Op.37. Della Jones, m-sop., Royal PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  5. Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.2 in C Minor, Op.17, 'Little Russian'. Melbourne SO/Oleg Caetani.
  6. Brumby: Clarinet Concerto. Paul Dean, cl., Queensland SO/Wilfred Lehmann.
  7. Verdi: Otello: Gia nella notte densa. Carlo Cossutta, ten., Margaret Price, sop., Vienna PO/Sir Georg Solti.
  8. Sullivan: Suite from The Tempest, Op. 1. BBC PO/Richard Hickox.
  9. Mozart: Divertimento in B flat, K.137. Amadeus Quartet.

19 pm - -Singers and Songs Program page
  1. Lieder
  2. Strauss R: Amor, Op.68/5. Kathleen Battle, sop.
  3. Mozart: Freundin! Ich komm' mit der Zither. Hermann Prey, bar., Peter Schreier, ten., Walter Berry, bass, Convivium Musicum Munchen/Erich Keller.
  4. Mozart: Cara mio, Schluck und Druck, K571a. Hermann Prey, bar., Peter Schreier, ten., Walter Berry, bass, Erica Koth, sop., Convivium Musicum Munchen/Erich Keller.
  5. Mozart: Die Singstunde K.Anh.441c. Hermann Prey, bar., Peter Schreier, ten., Walter Berry, bass, Convivium Musicum Munchen/Erich Keller.
  6. Schubert: The Shepherd on the Rock, D.965. Elly Ameling, sop., Joerg Demus, pno., Hans Deinzer, cl.
  7. Beethoven: Adelaide, Op.46. Joerg Demus, pno., Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar.
  8. Schubert: Mio ben ricordate, D688/4. Arleen Auger, sop., Graham Johnson, pno.
  9. Schubert: La Pastorella, D528. Arleen Auger, sop., Graham Johnson, pno.
  10. Strauss R: Secret Invitation, Op.27/3. Fritz Wunderlich, ten., Bavarian RSO/Jan Koetsier.
  11. Strauss R: I Carry My Love Song, Op.32/1. Fritz Wunderlich, ten., Bavarian RSO/Jan Koetsier.
  12. Strauss R: Morgen, Op.27/4. Fritz Wunderlich, ten., Bavarian RSO/Jan Koetsier.
  13. Wolf (arr. Borg): Fuhit meine seele. Kurt Moll, bass, Hanover Radio PO/Cord Garben.
  14. Schumann: Widmung, Op.25/1. Jessye Norman, sop., Geoffrey Parsons, pno.
  15. Schumann: You are like a flower, Op.25/24. Jessye Norman, sop., Geoffrey Parsons, pno.
  16. Schumann: Melancholy, Op.39/9. Jessye Norman, sop., Geoffrey Parsons, pno.

20 pm - -Colours of Jazz Program page
  1. Barnes: Something Cool. June Christy, voc., Jazz Ensemble.
  2. Jones: Easy street. June Christy (vocal), Stan Kenton Orchestra
  3. Fields/McHugh: On the sunny side of the Street. June Christy (vocal), Stan Kenton Orchestra
  4. Dee/Lipmann: I'm Thrilled. June Christy (vocal), Johnny Guarnieri Quintet
  5. Rodgers/Hart: It never Entered my mind. June Christy (vocal), Al Viola (guitar), Don Bagley (bass)
  6. Weill/Gershwin: My Ship. June Christy (vocal), jazz ensemble
  7. Greene: Across the Alley from The alamo. June Christy (vocal), Pete Rugolo orchestra
  8. Lewis/hamilton: How high the Moon. June Christy (vocal), Pete Rugolo Orchestra
  9. Kenton: Artistry in Rhythm. Stan Kenton Orchestra
  10. Miller/styne/Krueger: Sunday. Bob Wilber and the Tuxedo Big Band of Toulouse
  11. Igner: Everything must change. June Christy (vocal), jazz ensemble
  12. : Among My Souvenirs. Barry Wratten's New Orleans Pelicans.

20 pm - -Australian Sounds Program page
  1. Madden: Walkin' Away My Blues. Frances Madden, pno., Frances Madden, voc., Jazz Ensemble.
  2. Zadro: X Suite. HD Duo.
  3. Abbott: Symphony No.1, 'Souls of Fire'. Kiev Philharmonic/Robert Ian Winstin.
  4. Meale: String Quartet No.2. Australian String Quartet.
  5. Henderson: Sacred Site. David Kinsela, org.
  6. Knight: Florence St. Trumpet, Laptop, Amplifier 1 & 2. Peter Knight, tpt.

28 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Brahms: Symphony No. 2 in D, Op.73. West Australian SO/Asher Fisch.
  2. Reicha: Clarinet Quintet in B Flat, Op.89. Jean-Louis Sajot, cl., Ensemble Carl Stamitz.
  3. Massenet: Cigale. Enid Hartle, m-sop., National PO, London Voices/Richard Bonynge.
  4. Palestrina: Mass- Missa Benedicta es. Tallis Scholars/Peter Phillips.
  5. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.21 in C, Op.53, 'Waldstein'. Amir Farid, pno.
  6. Mozart: Serenade No.10 in B flat K.361/370a - 'Gran Partita'. Orch of the 18th Century/Frans Bruggen.
  7. Hart: The Bush, Op.59. Melbourne SO/Richard Divall.
  8. Prokofiev (arr. Xanthoudakis): Flute sonata in D, Op.94 (Arr. Saxophone). Robert Chamberlain, pno., Jason Xanthoudakis, sax.
  9. Smetana: String Quartet No.1 in E minor - From My Life. Sacconi Quartet.
  10. Dreyfus: Adventures of Sebastian Fox. Melbourne Bassoon Quartet.
  11. Mozart: Exsultate jubilate, K165. Danielle de Niese, sop., OAE/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  12. Evald: Brass Quintet No. 3. Stockholm Chamber Brass.

28 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Wagner R: Rienzi, Overture. Chicago SO/Daniel Barenboim.
  2. Holland: Romantic Song. Muriel Cohen, pno.
  3. Manfredini: Concerto Grosso in D, Op.3/6. Capella Istropolitana/Jaroslav Krcek.
  4. Anonymous: Bonum est factum. Cantigas.
  5. Schutz: O Jesu, nomen dulce, SWV308. Andreas Scholl, alto., Concerto de Viole, Basel Consort.
  6. Bach: Violin Concerto in E, BWV1042, "Allegro assai". Ronald Thomas, vln., Soloists of Australia/Ronald Thomas.
  7. d'India: "Io mi son giovinetta", from Third Book of madrigals. La Venexiana.
  8. Weiss: Sonata No. 5 in G, "Bouree". Robert Barto, lute.
  9. Fasch: Concerto in D, FWV L:D14, "Allegro". English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  10. Soler: Sonata No. 1, Allegro. Patrick Cohen, fortepiano.
  11. de Bertrand: Nature ornant la dame. Ensemble Clement Janequin/Dominique Visse.
  12. Danzi: Horn Concerto in E, "Rondeau.: Allegro". Hermann Baumann, horn, Concerto Amsterdam/Jaap Schroder.
  13. Cannabich: Symphony No.50 in D minor, "Presto". Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia/Uwe Grodd.
  14. Tchaikovsky (arr. Economou): The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a. Martha Argerich, pno., Nicolas Economou, pno.
  15. Verdi: Don Carlos: Preludio, Act 2. Berlin PO/Claudio Abbado.
  16. Verdi: Sicilian Vespers: Merce dilette amiche. Dame Joan Sutherland, sop., Paris Conservatoire Orch/Nello Santi.
  17. Shostakovich: Piano Concerto No.2 in F, Op.102, "Andante". Dmitri Shostakovich Jr, pno., I Musici de Montreal/Maxim Shostakovich.
  18. Donizetti: La Favorita: Spirto Gentil. Marcelo Alvarez, ten., Welsh National Opera Orch/Carlo Rizzi.
  19. Mustonen: Triple Concerto for three violins, "Finale". Jaakko Kuusisto, vln., Pekka Kuusisto, vln., Elisabeth Batiashvili, vln., Tapiola Sinfonietta/Olli Mustonen.
  20. Rossini: The Barber of Seville, "La calunnia e un venticello". Matti Salminen, bass, Helsinki PO/Leif Segerstam.
  21. Enescu: Suite No.3 in D, 'Villageoise', Op.27, "Rustic dances". BBC PO/Gennady Rozhdestvensky.
  22. Sor: Six Divertimenti, Op.13, "March". Marc Teicholz, gtr.
  23. Korngold: Military March in B flat. BBC PO/Matthias Bamert.
  24. Anderson: The Phantom Regiment. Richard Hayman and His Orch/Richard Hayman.

28 pm - -Prima la Musica (Digital) Program page
  1. A Scarlatti: Lydio and Chloe. Jane Edwards, sop., James Sanderson, alto., Chacona/Rosalind Halton.
  2. A Stamitz: Double Flute Concerto in G. Jean-Pierre Rampal, Shigenori Kudo, ftes., Salzburg Mozarteum Orch/Jean-Pierre Rampal.
  3. Telemann: Recorder & Flute Concerto in E minor. John Turner, rec., Stephen Preston, fte., AAM/Christopher Hogwood.
  4. Pergolesi: Magnificat. Soloists, Melbourne University Choral Society, Royal Melbourne PO/Andrew Wailes.
  5. Beethoven: String Quartet No. 3 in D, Op.18/3. Goldner String Quartet.
  6. Schubert: String Quintet in C, D.956, Op.163: 1st mvt. Camerata Melbourne.
  7. Viotti: Violin Concerto No.13 in A. Adelina Oprean, vln., European Community CO/Jorg Faerber.
  8. Cimarosa: Giannina e Bernardone: La Donna che e Amante. Deborah Riedel, sop., Arcadia Lane Orch/Richard Bonynge.

28 pm - -Sounding Brass Program page
  1. May (arr. Harper): Who Wants to Live Forever. Leyland Band/Phillip Harper.
  2. Bernstein (arr. Crees): West Side Story: America/Somewhere. Cory Band/Robert B. Childs.
  3. Beethoven (arr. Snell): Symphony No.7 in A, Op.92: Allegro con brio. Foden's Band/Michael Fowles.
  4. Grafulla: Washington Grays. Foden's Band/Michael Fowles.
  5. Goodwin (arr. Dewhurst): Hunting Wabbits. John Barber, tbn., Foden's Band/Michael Fowles.
  6. Jenkins (arr. Graham): Aspects of Adiemus. Cory Band/Robert B. Childs.
  7. Mangione (arr. Gilje): Children of Sanchez. Helen Williams, flugel horn, Foden's Band/Michael Fowles.
  8. Vinter: John O'Gaunt. Black Dyke Mills Band/Geoffrey Brand.

29 pm - -Arts Weekly Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  3. Dvorak: Slavonic Dance in C, Op.46/1, B83. Boston Pops/Arthur Fiedler.
  4. Kuntze: Sendero Naciente. HD Duo.
  5. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  6. Frishberg: Sweet Lover No More. Hetty Kate, voc., Gordon Webster, pno., Jazz Ensemble.
  7. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  8. Mayerl: Marigold. Piers Lane, pno.
  9. Puccini: A Room with a View: O mio babbino caro. Milica Ilic, sop., Tasmanian SO/Andrew Greene.
  10. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  11. Various: Great Movie Themes.
  12. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..

29 pm - -The Romantics (Digital) Program page
  1. Sibelius: Finlandia, Op.26. Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki.
  2. Rachmaninov: Cello Sonata in G Minor, Op.19 (bassoon). Kim Walker, bsn., Clemens Leske, pno.
  3. Delibes: Sylvia Ballet Suite. New Philharmonia Orch/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  4. Ravel: Sheherazade. Catherine Dubosc, sop., Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit.
  5. Nielsen: Symphony No.1 in G Minor, Op.7, FS16. Royal Danish Orch/Paavo Berglund.
  6. Webern: Quartet "1905", M.79. Quatuor Debussy.

29 pm - -Music in Melbourne Program page
  1. Verdi: La Traviata: Sempre libera. Anna Netrebko, sop., Saimir Pirgu, ten., Mahler CO/Claudio Abbado.
  2. INTERVIEW: Jonathan Grieves-Smith Hamer Singers (Sunday 15 April)
  3. Rachmaninov: Bogoroditsye Dyevo Hamer Singers, Jonathan Grieves-Smith
  4. Haydn: String Quartet in D minor, Hob.III:76, Op.76/2, Fifths. Jerusalem Quartet.
  5. Bach (arr. Avital): Flute sonata in E minor, BWV1034 arr. Mandolin. Avi Avital, mndln., Ira Givol, vlc., Ophira Zakai, theorbo.
  6. Medaglia: Choro em Berlin Arcadia Winds
  7. INTERVIEW: Arcadia Winds David & Lloyd & Matt???
  8. Ravel (arr. Jones): Le Tombeau de Couperin. Gale Force Winds.
  9. Barbeler: Confession 3. Genevieve Lacey, rec., Computer/Electronics.
  10. Ortiz: Ricercada Ottava Sobre La Folia. Adelaide Baroque.

29 pm - -Film Scores Program page
  1. Herrmann, Bernard Fahrenheit 451
  2. Newman: All About Eve - Suite. Moscow SO/William Stromberg.

29 pm - -Saturday Lunchtime Miscellany (Digital) Program page
  1. Tchaikovsky: Festival Overture on the Danish National Anthem in D, Op.15. London SO/Geoffrey Simon.
  2. Haydn: Pieces for musical clock. Brendan Lukin, org.
  3. Ancell: Animals Noah Forgot. The Vocal Consort, Australian Boys' Choir/Noel Ancell.
  4. Montsalvatge: Noah's Ark. Benita Meshulam, pno.
  5. Sibelius: Karelia Suite, Op.11. Bournemouth SO/Paavo Berglund.
  6. Faure: Elegie in C minor, Op.24. Julian Lloyd Webber, vlc., English CO/Yan Pascal Tortelier.
  7. Kabalevsky: The Comedians, Op.26. Bavarian State Orch/Wolfgang Sawallisch.
  8. Haydn: Piano Trio in E flat, Hob.XV:29. Anner Bylsma, vlc., Robert Levin, fortepiano, Vera Beths, vln.
  9. Schwindl: Symphony in F, "Periodique". European Community CO/Jorg Faerber.
  10. Weber: Variations in F for trumpet and orchestra. John Wallace, tpt., Philharmonia Orch/Christopher Warren-Green.

29 pm - -Vocal Chords Program page
  1. Bizet: Carmen: Toreador's Song. Ruggero Raimondi, bass-baritone, French NO, Radio France Chorus/Lorin Maazel.
  2. Mozart: Don Giovanni: Batti, batti. Barbara Bonney, sop., RCO/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
  3. Saint-Saens: Samson and Delilah: Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix. Regina Resnik, m-sop., ROHO/Sir Edward Downes.
  4. Verdi: Il trovatore: Anvil chorus. Chicago SO, Chicago Symphony Chorus/Sir Georg Solti.
  5. Donizetti: La Fille du Regiment: Ah! mes amis. Fernando de la Mora, ten., Welsh National Opera Orch/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  6. Offenbach: Tales of Hoffmann: Barcarolle. Anna Netrebko, sop., Elina Garanca, m-sop., Prague Philharmonic Chorus, Prague Philharmonia/Emmanuel Villaume.
  7. Strauss Jnr: Die Fledermaus: Mein Herr Marquis. Rita Streich, sop., Berlin RSO, RIAS Chamber Choir/Kurt Gaebel.
  8. Bellini: Norma: Mira, o Norma. Monserrat Caballe, sop., Shirley Verrett, m-sop., Philharmonia Orch/Anton Guadagno.
  9. Meyerbeer: Dinorah: Bell trio - Ce tintement que l'on entend. Christian du Plessis, bar., Deborah Cook, sop., Alexander Oliver, ten., Philharmonia Orch/James Judd.
  10. Rossini: Italian Girl in Algiers - Cruda sorte. Marilyn Horne, m-sop., ROHO/Henry Lewis.

29 pm - -Saturday Afternoon Concert Program page
  1. Dvorak: Symphony No.4 in D minor, Op.13, B41. Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi.
  2. Paganini: Violin Concerto No.1 in D, Op.6. Salvatore Accardo, vln., London PO/Charles Dutoit.
  3. Bruckner: Te Deum. Maria Stader, sop., Sieglinde Wagner, contr., Ernst Haefliger, ten., Peter Lagger, bass, Berlin Philharmonic, Chorus of the Berlin Opera/Eugen Jochum

29 pm - -Piano Notes Program page
  1. Liszt: Etude No.5 in B flat. Jeanne-Marie Darre, pno.
  2. Haydn: Piano Sonata in E flat, Hob.XVI:52. Alfred Brendel, pno.
  3. Schubert: Allegro in A minor, D947, Op.144 - Lebenssturme. James Levine, pno., Evgeny Kissin, pno.
  4. Grieg: Ballade in G minor, Op. 24. Einar Steen-Nokleberg, pno.
  5. Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No.6 in A, Op.82. Behzod Abduraimov, pno.
  6. Grainger: The Warriors. Philip Martin, pno., Martin Jones, pno., Richard McMahon, pno.

29 pm - -The World of Baroque Program page
  1. Telemann: Cantata, O be joyful in the Lord, Psalm 100. Guy Touvron, tpt., Ernst Gerold Schramm, bar., RIAS Sinfonietta Berlin/ Lajovic Uros.
  2. Telemann: Sonata in D from "Der getreue Music-Meister". Wieland Kuijken, viola da gamba.
  3. Telemann: Cantate No.44, Kein Vogel Kann im weiten Fliegen.Geread Lesne, c/ten. Royal Music Academy of Paris.
  4. Telemann: Concerto in B flat for three oboes. Hans-Peter Westermann, oboe, Michael Niesemann, oboe, Piet Dhont, oboe, Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel.
  5. Telemann: The Times of the Day. Hans-Peter Blochwitz, ten., Mechthild Bach, sop., Johannes Mannov, bass, Mechthild Georg, m-sop., Freiburg Vocal Ensemble, Collegium Musicum Freiburg/Wolfgang Schafer.
  6. Telemann: Concerto in F (Tafelmusik Part 2). Orch of the Golden Age.

30 pm - -Great Makers of Music Program page
  1. The Orchestra of St Luke's
  2. Scarlatti A: On the Tiber's banks. Wynton Marsalis, tpt., Kathleen Battle, sop., Orch of St Luke's/John Nelson.
  3. Haydn: Symphony No.100 in G, Hob.I:100 - Military. Orch of St Luke's/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  4. Stravinsky: Cantata on Old English Texts. Mary Ann Hart, m-sop., Thomas Bogdan, ten., Orch of St Luke's, The Gregg Smith Singers/Robert Craft.
  5. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  6. Donizetti: Lucrezia Borgia, Rondo finale, Act III. Renee Fleming, sop., Orch of St Luke's, Coro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino/Patrick Summers.
  7. Stravinsky: Concerto for two pianos. Mark Wait, pno., Tom Schultz, pno., Orch of St Luke's/Robert Craft.
  8. Copland: Music for the Movies. Orch of St Luke's/Dennis Russell Davies.
  9. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..

30 pm - -All That Jazz Program page
  1. Intro Hiromi Standards at length
  2. Hiromi Uehara: Xyz. Hiromi Uehara - Piano Mitch Cohn - Basss Dave DiCenso - Drums
  3. Hiromi Uehara: Another Mind. Hiromi Uehara - Piano Mitch Cohn - Basss Dave DiCenso - Drums
  4. McCoy Tyner: Inception. McCoy Tyner, pno., Various.
  5. Garner: Misty. Wes Montgomery, gtr., Jazz Ensemble.
  6. : Spoken Commentary. James Morrison, spkr.
  7. Ellington: Don't Get Around Much Anymore. James Morrison, tbn., Hetty Kate, voc.
  8. Green: Body and Soul. Keith Jarrett, pno., Charlie Haden, db.
  9. Hiromi Uehara: Kung-Fu World Champion Hiromi Uehara pno, Tony Grey db, Martin Valihora dr.
  10. Hiromi Uehara: Brain Hiromi Uehara pno, Tony Grey db, Martin Valihora dr.
  11. Wright: Baubles, Bangles and Beads. George Golla, gtr., Don Burrows, sax., Jazz Ensemble.
  12. Monk: Autour de minuit ('Round Midnight). Charlie Haden, db., Lee Konitz, sax., Brad Mehldau, pno.
  13. Lawrence: Tenderly. Ella Fitzgerald, voc., Louis Armstrong, vocal & trumpet, Jazz Ensemble.
  14. Shearing: Lullaby of Birdland. Erroll Garner, pno., Wyatt Ruther, db., Fats Heard, drums.
  15. Bock: Too Close for Comfort. Stan Getz, sax., Gerry Mulligan, sax., Jazz Ensemble.
  16. Ellington: Satin Doll. Johnny Hodges, sax., Jazz Ensemble.
  17. Beradi: The Last Time. West End Composers Collective.
  18. Kahle: Lighter Skies. West End Composers Collective.

38 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Reicha: Oboe Quintet in F, Op.107. Sarah Francis, oboe, Allegri String Quartet.
  2. Beethoven: Notturno in D, Op.42. Roger Vignoles, pno., Nobuko Imai, vla.
  3. Schubert: Mass No.2 in G, D167. Academy of Melbourne, Ensemble Gombert/Brett Kelly.
  4. Verdi: Variations for piano and orchestra. Jean-Yves Thibaudet, pno., Milan Giuseppe Verdi Orch/Riccardo Chailly.
  5. Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings in C, Op.48. Southern Cross Philharmonia Orch/John O'Donnell.
  6. Rosetti: Bassoon Concerto in B Flat, C73. Albrecht Holder, bsn., New Brandenburg Philharmonic Orch/Nicolas Pasquet.
  7. Berlioz: Les Nuits d'ete, Op.7. Dame Janet Baker, m-sop., City of London Sinfonia/Richard Hickox.
  8. Franck: Violin Sonata in A. Leigh Harrold, pno., Daniel Gaede, vln.
  9. Herold (arr. Lanchbery): La Fille mal gardee: Highlights. ROHO/John Lanchbery.
  10. Haydn M: Symphony in C, P.10. Warsaw Sinfonietta/Wojciech Czepiel.
  11. Brumby: Five Songs. Michael Leighton Jones, bar., Colin Spiers, pno.
  12. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat, Op.19. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., Vienna PO/Zubin Mehta.
  13. Albrechtsberger: Harp concerto in C. Nicanor Zabaleta, harp, Paul Kuentz CO/Paul Kuentz.
  14. Elgar: Harmony Music No.5. Athena Ensemble.
  15. Hill: One came fluting. Tamara-Anna Cislowska, pno.
  16. Hill: Dancing faun. Tamara-Anna Cislowska, pno.

38 pm - -Hymns Old and New Program page
  1. TBA
  2. Excell: When upon life's billows (Count your blessings). Salvation Army Choir (UK)
  3. from Palestrina: The strife is oér. Choir of st Paul's Church K Street Washington; Washington Symphonic Brass
  4. Connelly: By your kingly power. Cantus Choro
  5. TBA
  6. Campbell: And can it be. Choir of Methodist Central hall Westminster
  7. Rutter: The Lord bless you and keep you. Cambridge Singers

38 pm - -Organ and Choral Music Program page
  1. Lemmens: Prière (L’École d’orgue 1862). Kurt Ison, org [Christ Church St Laurence, Sydney]
  2. Reichek: Sonata da Chiesa. Sören Hermansson, horn & Per-Ove Larsson, org
  3. Byrd: Christus resugens. The Cambidge Singers/John Rutter
  4. Reading A Double Voluntary. Gerard Brooks, org [Christ Church,Spitalfields, London]
  5. Philips: Christus resurgens. Winchester Cathedral Choir; The Parley of Instruments/David Hill
  6. Allegri: Christus resurgens. Choir of The London Oratory/Patrick Russill
  7. Hakim: Hymn au Sacre Coeur. International Celebrity Trumpet Ensemble; Bruce Grindlay, org
  8. Bairstow: Sing ye to the Lord. Choir of St Thomas Curch, New York; St Thomas Brass; Jeremy Bruns, org./John Scott
  9. Trad French arr Lindley: Now the green blade riseth.Jeremy Woodside, org./David Russell
  10. Widor: Surrexit a mrtuis. Westminster Cathedral Choir; Joseph Cullen & Andrew Reid, organs./James O'Donnell
  11. Harris: Most glorious Lord of life. Choir of Christ Church St Laurence; Peter Jewkes, org./David Russell
  12. Widor: Symphny No 1 Op 13/1 - Meditation. Daniel Roth, org [St Sulpice, Paris]
  13. Dutch Carol arr Ledger: The joyful Eastertide. Choir of Christ Church St Laurence; Jeremy Woodside, org./Neil McEwan

38 pm - -Morning Classics Program page
  1. Rossini: Semiramide, Overture. New York PO/Leonard Bernstein.
  2. Tchaikovsky: Violin concerto in D, Op.35. Viktoria Mullova, vln., Boston SO/Seiji Ozawa.
  3. Dvorak: American Suite in A, Op.98b. B 190. West Australian SO/Vernon Handley.
  4. Bach: Cantata BWV 21, My heart was sorely troubled. Kurt Equiluz, ten., Paul Esswood, alto, Walker Wyatt, bass, Concentus Musicus Vienna, Vienna Boys' Choir, Chorus Viennensis/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.

39 pm - -Music for Strings Program page
  1. Haydn (arr. Nordmann): Harp concerto in C minor, Hob.XVlll:8. Marielle Nordmann, harp, Auvergne Orch/Jean-Jacques Kantorow.
  2. Mozart: String Quartet No. 1 in G, K80. Amadeus Quartet.
  3. Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata in A minor, D.821. Mstislav Rostropovich, vlc., Benjamin Britten, pno.

39 pm - -A Lunchtime Miscellany Program page
  1. Coates: Merrymakers Overture. Slovak RSO/Adrian Leaper.
  2. Rodgers: Slaughter on 10th Avenue. Evelyn Glennie, perc., National PO/Barry Wordsworth.
  3. Glazunov: Violin Concerto in A minor, Op.82. Frank Peter Zimmermann, vln., London PO/Franz Welser-Moest.
  4. Lennon/McCartney (arr. Breiner): Beatles Concerto Grosso No.1 (in the style of Handel). CO/Peter Breiner.
  5. Bach CPE: Flute concerto in D minor, Wq.22. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fte., Franz Liszt CO/Janos Rolla.
  6. Moszkowski: Spanish Dances, Op.12. London SO/Ataulfo Argenta.
  7. Schumann: Piano concerto in A minor, Op.54. Clara Haskil, pno., The Hague PO/Willem van Otterloo.
  8. Tchaikovsky: Exc: Sleeping Beauty, Op.66. Philharmonia Orch/John Lanchbery.

39 pm - -Apres-Midi Program page
  1. Beethoven: Triple Concerto in C, Op.56. David Oistrakh, vln., Sviatoslav Knushevitzky, vlc., Lev Oborin, pno., Philharmonia Orch/Sir Malcolm Sargent.
  2. Haydn: Symphony No. 83 in G minor, Hob.I:83, 'The Hen'. Tafelmusik/Bruno Weil.
  3. Schubert: Mass No.5 in A flat, D678. Christopher Keyte, bass, Wynford Evans, ten., Wendy Eathorne, sop., Bernadette Greevy, contr., Academy of St Martin in the Fields, St John's College Choir, Cambridge/George Guest.

39 pm - -Recent Releases Program page
  1. Alfred Brendel Live in Vienna Alfred Brendel pno, Weiner Philharmoniker, co Sir Simon Rattle

39 pm - -Reflections Program page
  1. Interview with Gillian Triggs
  2. Pachelbel: Canon. Tasmanian SO/David Stanhope.
  3. Interview with Gillian Triggs
  4. Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet, Op.64b, Suite II. Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz.
  5. Interview with Gillian Triggs
  6. Handel: Messiah: I Know that my Redeemer Liveth. Dame Joan Sutherland, sop., English CO/Richard Bonynge.
  7. Interview with Gillian Triggs
  8. Elgar: Cello concerto in E minor, Op.85. Jacqueline du Pre, vlc., London SO/Sir John Barbirolli. Adagio
  9. Interview with Gillian Triggs
  10. Wagner R: Lohengrin, Prelude to Act 3. Philharmonia Orch/Geoffrey Simon.
  11. Interview with Gillian Triggs
  12. Puccini: Madam Butterfly: One Fine Day. Maria Callas, sop.
  13. Interview with Gillian Triggs

39 pm - -Melbourne in Concert Program page
  1. Sanguine Estate Music Festival 2017 Gala Concert, Heathcote; 11/2/2017. (Recorded for 3MBS by Michael Conolan/Hofland Music)
  2. Dohnanyi: Serenade in C, Op.10 (Paul Wright/vln; Tobias Breider/vla; Chris Howlett/vlc);
  3. Spohr: Fantasy and Variations on a Theme by Danzi, Op.81 (Lloyd Van't Hoff/cl; Ian Munro/pno)
  4. Durufle: Prelude, Recitative and Variations (Emily Betnon/fte; Christopher Moore/vla; Ian Munro/pno)
  5. Dvorak: Piano Quintet No.2 in A, Op.81, B155 (Ian Munro/pno; Paul Wright/vln; Christopher Moore/vla; Howard Penny/vlc

40 pm - -Choral Masterworks Program page
  1. Ockeghem: Motet, Intemerata Dei mater. Hilliard Ensemble/Paul Hillier.
  2. Sheppard: Reges Tharsis. Tallis Scholars/Peter Phillips.
  3. Gilles: Requiem. Agnes Mellon, sop., Peter Kooy, bass, Howard Crook, ten., Herve Lamy, ten., La Chapelle Royale Choir, La Chapelle Royale Orch/Philippe Herreweghe.
  4. Berlioz: Tristia, Op.18. Monteverdi Choir, ORR/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  5. Nielsen: Three Motets Op.55, FS139. Danish National Radio Choir/Leif Segerstam.
  6. Brahms: Why should the sufferer be forn to see the light, Op.74. Concentus Vocalis/Herbert Bock.
  7. Bortniansky: Why Art Sorrowful, O My Soul. Moscow Chamber Choir/Vladimir Minin.

40 pm - -A Little Night Music Program page
  1. Handel: Almira, suite of dances. Academy for Ancient Music Berlin.
  2. Schumann: Carnaval, Op.9: excerpts. Yundi, pno.
  3. Berlioz: King Lear, Overture, Op.4. Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit.
  4. Verdi: Otello: Gia nella notte densa. Carlo Cossutta, ten., Margaret Price, sop., Vienna PO/Sir Georg Solti.
  5. Debussy (arr. Grainger): Debussy: Pagodes (1928). City of Birmingham SO/Sir Simon Rattle.
  6. Ravel: Tzigane. Joshua Bell, vln., Royal PO/Andrew Litton.
  7. Bernstein (arr. Crees): Symphonic Dances from West Side Story. Grimethorpe Colliery Band/James Gourlay.
  8. Chopin: Scherzo No.2 in B flat minor, Op.31. Nikolai Demidenko, pno.
  9. Rodrigo: Invocation and Dance (Homage to Manuel de Falla). Julian Bream, gtr.

48 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Mozart: Symphony No.39 in E Flat, K.543. English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  2. Mendelssohn: Symphony No.4 in A, Op.90 - Italian. Tasmanian SO/Sebastian Lang-Lessing.
  3. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, Op.20. Rafael Druian, vln., Minneapolis SO/Antal Dorati.
  4. Mozart: A Musical Joke, K522. English Concert/Andrew Manze.
  5. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G, BWV1048. Orch Mozart/Claudio Abbado.
  6. Walton: Cello Concerto. Qin Li-Wei, vlc., London PO/Zhang Yi.
  7. Lehar: The Merry Widow. Barbara Bonney, sop., Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone, Bo Skovhus, bar., Cheryl Studer, sop., Rainer Trost, ten., Vienna PO, Monteverdi Choir/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  8. Schubert (arr. Gallery): Arpeggione Sonata in A minor, D.821. English Guitar Quartet.
  9. Hummel: Adagio, Theme and Variations in F, Op. 102. Heinz Holliger, oboe, English CO/Raymond Leppard.

48 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Opening, Highlights, Weather
  2. Vivaldi (arr. Avital): Trio sonata in C, RV82. Ophira Zakai, lute, Avi Avital, mndln., Mahan Esfahani, hpschd., Patrick Sepec, vlc.
  3. Gross: Sally in a Maze, Op.290. Sally Mays, pno.
  4. Elgar: Sea Pictures, Op.37. Dame Janet Baker, m-sop., London SO/Sir John Barbirolli.
  5. Byrd: Fantasia. Nicholas Parle, virginal.
  6. Tchesnokov: Let my prayer be set forth before thee. Glinka Choir, Leningrad/Vladislav Tchernushenko.
  7. Carmichael: A Country Fair. Jack Harrison, cl., West Australian SO/Richard Mills.
  8. Dvorak: String Quartet movement in F, B.120. Prague Quartet.
  9. Telemann: Air a L'Italien from Suite in A minor. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fte., Jerusalem Music Centre CO.
  10. Air check, Highlights, Weather
  11. Stolz: The White Horse Inn: Goodbye, Jon Weaving, ten., Queensland SO/Vanco Cavdarski.
  12. Mendelssohn: Symphony for strings No. 9 in C. Soloists of Australia/Ronald Thomas.
  13. Vaughan Williams (arr. Douglas): 49th Parallel: Prelude. Fountain City Brass Band/Joseph Parisi.
  14. Arriaga: String Quartet No.3 in E Flat. Guarneri Quartet.
  15. Smetana: A Country Woman. Slovak RSO/Robert Stankovsky.
  16. Stravinsky: Petrushka, excerpts. Belgian Radio and TV Philharmonic Orch/Alexander Rahbari.
  17. Tarrega: Adelita. Milos Karadaglic, gtr.
  18. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  19. Koehne: Capriccio. Clemens Leske, pno., Adelaide SO/Janos Furst.
  20. Grofe: Mississippi Suite. Hollywood Bowl Orch/Felix Slatkin.
  21. CAV, Announcement, Highlights, weather
  22. Lemmone: Graceful Dance. Len Vorster, pno., Masahide Kurita, fte.
  23. Sibelius: Young girls. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., Elisabeth Soderstrom, sop.
  24. Herman: Woodchopper's Ball. Woody Herman's First Herd.
  25. Berlin: Annie Get Your Gun: Anything you can do. Renee Fleming, sop., Klaus Florian Vogt, ten., Dresden State Orch/Christian Thielemann.
  26. Brahms: Violin sonata No.3 in D minor, Op.108: Presto agitato. Maria Joao Pires, pno., Augustin Dumay, vln.
  27. Coste: Consolation, for Oboe & Guitar. Jeffrey Crellin, oboe, Peter Lynch, gtr.
  28. Verdi: Aida: Celeste Aida. Luciano Pavarotti, ten., La Scala Orch, Milan/Lorin Maazel.
  29. Zach (arr. Nordmann): Harp concerto in C minor. Marielle Nordmann, harp, Auvergne Orch/Jean-Jacques Kantorow.
  30. Various: Sentimental Journey. Doris Day, voc.
  31. Rubinstein (arr. Harris): Romance in E flat, Op.44/1. Isaac Stern, vln., Columbia SO/Frank Brieff.
  32. Rodgers: Carousel: Carousel waltz. New London Orch/Ronald Corp.

49 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Bach: Toccata, adagio and fugue in C, BWV564. Marie-Claire Alain, org.
  2. Dvorak: Romance in F Minor, Op.11, B.39. Louisa Breen, pno., Matthew Rigby, vln.
  3. Bowman: Three Night Songs: She Like the Moon Arises. The Royal Fireworks, Prefiguration. Calvin Bowman, org., Greta Bradman, sop., Goldfields Quartet.
  4. Koehne: Nearly Beloved - Three Extracts. Robert Ingram, vln., Gordon Bennett, vln., Barbara Woolley, vlc., Max Lambert, pno., Andrea Ulrich, vla.
  5. Poulenc: Les Soirees de Nazelles. Antony Gray, pno.
  6. Faure: Piano Quintet No.1 in D minor, Op.89. Quintetto Faure di Roma.

49 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Berwald: The Queen of Golconda - Overture. Royal PO/Ulf Bjorlin.
  2. Mozart: Concerto for Three Pianos in F, K242 (Version for 2 Pianos). Lucas Jussen, pno., Arthur Jussen, pno., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner. 3rd movement Rondeau
  3. Gross: Rondino Pastorale, Op.33. Pinotage.
  4. Saint-Saens: Violin Concerto No.2 in C, Op.58. Ruggiero Ricci, vln., Luxembourg RSO/Pierre Cao. 3rd movement
  5. Lanchbery: Sentimental Bloke. State Orch of Victoria/John Lanchbery. Sunday Arvo
  6. Le Gallienne: Nocturne. Larry Sitsky, pno.
  7. Copland: The Red Pony Suite. Buffalo PO/JoAnn Falletta. Dream March, Circus Music
  8. Mozart: Flute Quartet in D, K.285: Rondo. Genevieve Lacey, rec., Flinders Quartet.
  9. Bojesen: Eternity. Sally Whitwell, pno., Sydney Children's Choir/Lyn Williams.
  10. Edwards: The Heart of Night. Riley Lee, shakuhachi, Melbourne SO/Arvo Volmer. Night Music
  11. Various: Movies Themes on Piano. Roger Woodward, pno. The Thorn Birds Henry Mancini

49 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Quantz: Trio in F. Peter Madge, rec., Peter Madge, synthesiser.
  2. Tchaikovsky: The Tempest, Op.18. Chicago SO/Claudio Abbado.
  3. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C sharp minor. Rowan Vince, pno.
  4. Benjamin: Violin Concerto. Lorraine McAslan, vln., Royal Scottish NO/John Gibbons.
  5. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.5 in D, BWV1050. Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  6. Mozart: Six Preludes & Fugues, K404a. Grumiaux Trio.
  7. Tchaikovsky (arr. York): The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a. Los Angeles Guitar Quartet.

49 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Bernstein: Candide Overture. Los Angeles PO/Zubin Mehta.
  2. Mancini (arr. Farnon): Charade. Sarah Vaughan, voc., Studio Orch, Svend Saaby Danish Choir/Robert Farnon.
  3. Williams: Escapades for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra. Amy Dickson, sax., Melbourne SO/Benjamin Northey.
  4. Schumann: Five pieces in popular style, Op.102. Steven Isserlis, vlc., Denes Varjon, pno.
  5. Dvorak: String Quartet No.14 in A flat, Op.105, B.193. Alban Berg Quartet.
  6. Vasks: Silent Songs: Thank you, late sun. Latvia Radio Choir/Sigvards Klava.
  7. Franck: Panis Angelicus. Stephen Hough, pno., Steven Isserlis, vlc., Rebecca Evans, sop.
  8. Spohr: Potpourri for Clarinet & Orchestra in F, Op.80. Ernst Ottensamer, cl., Slovak RSO/Johannes Wildner.
  9. Vivaldi: Mandolin concerto in D, RV93. Avi Avital, mndln., Venice Baroque Orch.
  10. Handel: Alcina: Verdi prati, selve amene. Fiona Campbell, contr., David Walker, alto., Ironwood/Neal Peres da Costa.
  11. Bax: Sonata for flute and harp. mobius.
  12. Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto No.2 in D minor, Op.40. Saleem Ashkar, pno., Gewandhaus Orch/Riccardo Chailly.
  13. Hughes (arr. Hazell): Cwm Rhondda. Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone, Welsh National Opera Orch, Black Mountain Chorus, Risca Male Choir/Gareth Jones.
  14. Handel: Organ Concerto in A, Op.7/2. Simon Preston, org., English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  15. Rimsky-Korsakov: Piano and wind quintet in B flat, Op.posth.. Felicja Blumental, pno., New Philharmonia Wind Ensemble.
  16. Suk: Fairy Tale, Op.16. Buffalo PO/JoAnn Falletta.
  17. Chaplin (arr. Lyall): Smile. Barry Tuckwell, horn, Tony Gould, pno., Graeme Lyall, sax., Tasmanian SO, Rhythm Section/Graeme Lyall.
  18. Mompou: Above You, Nothing but Flowers. Jose Carreras, ten., Barcelona Teatro Liceo Orch/Joan Casas.
  19. Young (arr. Williams): My Foolish Heart. Peter Erskine, drums, Al Jarreau, voc., Anthony Wilson, gtr., Luis Conte, perc., Larry Williams, keyboards, David Carpenter, db.
  20. Faure: Dolly suite, Op.56. Katia Labeque, pno., Marielle Labeque, pno.
  21. Schubert: Piano Trio No.2 in E flat, D.929. Beaux Arts Trio.
  22. Debussy: String Quartet in G minor, Op.10 - Scherzo. Richard Tognetti, vln., Satu Vanska, vln., Christopher Moore, vla., Timo-Veikko Valve, vlc.
  23. Strayhorn: Day Dream. Dianne Reeves, voc., Reuben Rogers, db., Greg Hutchinson, drums, Rodney Jones, gtr.
  24. Mozart: Symphony No.40 in G minor, K.550. Musiciens du Louvre/Marc Minkowski.
  25. Brahms (arr. Kain): Hungarian Dance No. 5 in F sharp minor. Guitar Trek.
  26. Bach: We hasten with faint but eager steps, from Cantata 78. Sally-Anne Russell, m-sop., Sara Macliver, sop., Orch of the Antipodes/Antony Walker.
  27. Piccinini: Folias. Latitude 37.
  28. Verdi: La traviata: Un di felice. Anna Netrebko, sop., Rolando Villazon, ten., Vienna PO/Carlo Rizzi.
  29. Prokofiev: Pushkin Waltz No.2, Op.120. Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz.
  30. Hummel: Bassoon Concerto in F. Klaus Thunemann, bsn., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  31. Turina: La oracion del torero, Op.34. Nash Ensemble.
  32. Morricone (arr. Goldstein): The Mission: Gabriel's Oboe. Chris Botti, tpt., Unnamed Orch/Isobel Griffiths.
  33. Grainger: Mock Morris. Jayson Gillham, pno.

49 pm - -A Time to Remember Program page
  1. [Vollstedt] Jolly Fellows Waltz Arthur Feidler Cond. Boston Pops Orchestra
  2. [Reide/North/Harper] Tobormory Bay Kathleen McCormack / Studio Orchestra
  3. [John Rodgers Thomas] Rose Of Killarney Father Sydney McEwan / Studio Orchestra
  4. [George L Geifer] Who Threw The Overalls In Mrs Murphy's Chowder Bing Crosby/The Jesters / Bob Haggard's Jazz Group
  5. [William Hargreaves] Delaney's Donkey Ruby Murray / Novelty Accompaniment
  6. [James Royce Shannon] Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Ral Bing Crosby From Film "Going My Way"
  7. [Cliff Hanley] Scotland The Brave Medley Regimental Band Of The Scots Guards
  8. [Cliff Hanley] Scotland The Brave Marion Martin "The Flower of Scotland"
  9. [Fisher/Goodwin/Shay] When You're Smiling Roger Ball And His Pagan Pipers
  10. [Scott Joplin] Maple Leaf Rag Graeme Bell & His Ragtime Four
  11. [Rodgers/Hammerstein] When The Children Are Asleep Barbara Ruik/Robert Rounsville Original Film Soundtrack Orchestra
  12. [Rodgers/Hammerstein] Soliliquay from Carousel Edmund Hockridge / Peter Knight's Orchestra
  13. [Rodgers/Hammerstein] Why Do I Love You from "Showboat" Barbara Cook/John Rait Studio Orchestra
  14. [Rodgers/Hammerstein] Climb Every Mountain from "The Sound Of Music"The Ballarat YWCA Choir Cond. Mrs AMY Young.W H Keith Young, Organ
  15. [Donisetti] Aria From Daughter Of The Regiment Glenda Raymond/ASO Cond. Hector Crawford
  16. Program End Remarks and Close

50 pm - -Chamber Music and Song Program page
  1. Beethoven: Cello Sonata No.5 in D, Op.102/2. Zoe Knighton, cello Amir Farid, piano
  2. Schubert: Schwanengesang, D.957: Excerpts. Liebesbotschaft Kriegers Ahnung, Fruhlingssehnsucht Peter Schreier, ten. Andras Schiff, piano
  3. Schmidt: Piano Quintet in G. Yo-Yo Ma, vlc., Leon Fleisher, pno., Michael Tree, vla., Joseph Silverstein, vln., Joel Smirnoff, vln.
  4. Hovhaness: String Quartet No. 3, Op. 208/1 -Reflections on my Childhood. Shanghai String Quartet.
  5. Hindemith: Kleine Kammermusik, Op.24/2. Bergen Wind Quintet.
  6. Kats-Chernin: Where do the cats sleep?. The Song Company.

50 pm - -A Little Night Music Program page
  1. Suk: Scherzo fantastique, Op.25. Prague Philharmonia/Jakub Hrusa.
  2. Hyde: Nightfall & Merrymaking - Oboe and Piano. Sydney Chamber Players.
  3. Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat, K39. Daniel Barenboim, pno., English CO/Daniel Barenboim.
  4. Torroba: Suite Castellana. Pepe Romero, gtr.
  5. Fall: Die Dollarprinzessin: Schreibmaschinenmaedel muss schnell die Haende ruehren. Julia Migenes, sop., Cologne Radio Choir, Cologne RSO/Curt Cremer.
  6. Liszt: O in my dreams, S282. Joerg Demus, pno., Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar.
  7. Cui: Five Pieces, Op.56. Trio Vivace.
  8. Boccherini: Guitar quintet No.2 in E, G.446. Stephen Shingles, vla., Pepe Romero, gtr., Iona Brown, vln., Malcolm Latchem, vln., Denis Vigay, vlc.
  9. Strauss R: Arabella: Aber der Richtige, wenn's einen gibt. Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, sop., Gabriele Fontana, sop., ROHO/Jeffrey Tate.
  10. Grieg: Notturno, Op.54/4. Emil Gilels, pno.
  11. Mussorgsky: Prelude to Khovanshchina. West Australian SO/David Measham.
  12. Dostal: Clivia: Ich bin verliebt. Anneliese Rothenberger, sop., Bavarian SO/Carl Michalski.
  13. Strauss Jnr: Die Fledermaus: Dieser Anstand, so manierlich. Nicolai Gedda, ten., Anneliese Rothenberger, sop., Vienna Symphony/Willi Boskovsky.
  14. Brahms (arr. Pak): Waltz and Wiegenlied. HaeSun Paik, pno.

58 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Strauss R: An Alpine Symphony, Op.64. San Francisco SO/Herbert Blomstedt.
  2. Clementi: Piano Sonata in G minor, Op.34/2. Vladimir Horowitz, pno.
  3. Lully: L'Amour Medecin. Agnes Mellon, sop., Isabelle Poulenard, sop., Bernard Deletre, bass, Musiciens du Louvre/Marc Minkowski.
  4. Rameau: Le temple de la gloire: Suite No.2. English CO/Raymond Leppard.
  5. Franck: Piano Quintet in F Minor. Marc-Andre Hamelin, pno., Takacs Quartet.
  6. Dean: Ariel's Music. Paul Dean, cl., Melbourne SO/Markus Stenz.
  7. Schubert: An 1815 Schubertiad. Michael George, bass, John Mark Ainsley, ten., Graham Johnson, pno., Patricia Rozario, sop., Ian Bostridge, ten., Catherine Denley, m-sop., Jamie McDougall, ten., London Schubert Chorale/Stephen Layton.
  8. Bruch: Scottish Fantasy, Op.46. Maxim Fedotov, vln., Russian PO/Dmitry Yablonsky.
  9. Orff (arr. Wanek): Carmina Burana - 5 movements. Mainz Wind Ensemble/Klaus Rainer Scholl.
  10. Debussy: Danses, sacree et profane. Vanessa McKeand, harp, English CO/Edmon Colomer.
  11. Messager: Les deux pigeons Ballet Suite. Welsh National Opera Orch/Richard Bonynge.
  12. Strauss Jnr: Adele waltz, Op.424. Slovak RSO/Alfred Eschwe.

58 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Handel: Utrecht Te Deum. Felicity Palmer, sop., Philip Langridge, ten., Kurt Equiluz, ten., Marjana Lipovsek, m-sop., Thomas Moser, ten., Ludwig Baumann, bass, Concentus Musicus Vienna, Arnold Schoenberg Choir/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
  3. Vivaldi: Concerto in D. John Williams, gtr.
  4. Loewe: Die Uhr, Op.123/3. Cord Garben, pno., Kurt Moll, bass.
  5. Traditional (arr. Makarytchev): Volga river. Vladimir Makarytchev, balalaika, Sydney Balalaika Orch/Victor Serghie.
  6. Tchaikovsky: Nine Sacred Pieces, excerpts. St Petersburg Chamber Choir/Nikolai Korniev.
  7. Mozart: String Quintet No.3 in C, K.515. Cecil Aronowitz, vla., Amadeus Quartet.
  8. Arban: Fantasie Brilliante. Len Vorster, pno., Tom Paulin, cornet.
  9. Boyd (arr. McGuire): Goldfish Through Summer Rain. Alicia Crossley, rec., Verna Lee, harp.
  10. Beethoven: Horn Sonata in F, Op.17. Martin Jones, pno., David Pyatt, horn.
  11. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  12. Suppe: Overture, Light Cavalry. Cincinnati Pops Orch/Erich Kunzel.
  13. Various: The Cinnamon Flower/Let No-one Know My Suffering/Devoted. Placido Domingo, ten., VVC SO/Bebu Silvetti.
  14. German: Tom Jones Waltz. Slovak RSO/Adrian Leaper.
  15. Beethoven: Rondo a capriccio in G, Op.129, 'Rage over a lost penny'. Artur Schnabel, pno.
  16. Debussy: Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp. Alice Giles, harp, Er'ella Talmi, fte., Gad Levertov, vla.
  17. Bernstein: Fancy Free. Leonard Bernstein, pno., Ruth Mense, pno., Israel PO/Leonard Bernstein.
  18. Bizet: Carmen: Il fiore che avevi a me tu dato. Enrico Caruso, ten.
  19. Mendelssohn: Concerto in E for two pianos. Stephen Coombs, pno., Ian Munro, pno., BBC Scottish SO/Jerzy Maksymiuk.
  20. Hue: Petite Piece (1921). John Anderson, oboe, Gordon Back, pno.
  21. Strauss R: Standchen, Op.17/2. Siegfried Jerusalem, ten., Gewandhaus Orch/Kurt Masur.
  22. Gottschalk: Ojos Criollos: Les Yeux Creoles (Dance Cubaine), Op.37. Eugene List, pno.
  23. Gottschalk: Maiden's Blush: Le sourier d'une jeune fille. Eugene List, pno.
  24. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  25. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  26. Brescianello: Chaconne in A. Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  27. Gjeilo: Serenity (O magnum mysterium). Matthew Sharp, vlc., Tenebrae/Nigel Short.
  28. Schubert: Impromptu in G flat, D.899/3. Murray Perahia, pno.
  29. Torelli: Concerto Grosso in A minor, Op.8/2. Mariana Sirbu, vln., Antonio Perez, vln., I Musici.
  30. Puccini: Tosca - Recondita armonia. Rolando Villazon, ten., Munich Radio Orch/Michel Plasson.
  31. Roshan: Low Tide. Ruth Roshan, mndln., Tania Ravbar Constantino, gtr.
  32. Van Overmeire: Hsipaw. Cassio Duarte, perc., Evelina Arabadjieva, vln., Donka Banska, sop., Arne Deforce, vlc., Dave Wecki, drums, Nadishana, hulusi, Michele Vanni, electric guitar, Bulgarian SO/Deyan Pavlov.
  33. Prokofiev: Pastoral Sonatina in C, Op.59/3. John Lill, pno.
  34. Mendelssohn: I Would That My Love, Op.63/1. Greeting,Op.63/2. Kathleen Ferrier, contr., Isobel Baillie, sop., Gerald Moore, pno.
  35. Strauss Jnr: Tritsch-Tratsch Polka, Op.214. NBC SO/Arturo Toscanini.
  36. Sousa: Silver Spray Schottische. Razumovsky SO/Keith Brion.

59 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Satie (born 17.4.1866): Gymnopedies Nos.1, 2,& 3. Julius Drake, pno., Emma Johnson, cl.
  2. Egk (born 17.4.1901): Divertissement for 11 winds. Mainz Wind Ensemble/Klaus Rainer Scholl.
  3. Egk: Overture to 'The Magic Violin' (arr. winds). Mainz Wind Ensemble/Klaus Rainer Scholl.
  4. Satie (arr. Miolin): Gnossiennes. Anders Miolin, alto guitar.
  5. Satie: Pieces froides - 1. Airs to make you run away. Stephanie McCallum, pno.
  6. Satie: Pieces froides - 2. Danse de travers. Stephanie McCallum, pno.
  7. Mozart (arr. Egk): Sinfonia Concertante in E flat, K.297b arr for two wind quartets & double bass. Mainz Wind Ensemble/Klaus Rainer Scholl.
  8. Mozart: Horn Quintet in E flat, K407. Dennis Brain (born 17.4.1921), horn, Griller Quartet.
  9. Mozart: Horn Concerto No.2 in E Flat, K.417. Dennis Brain, horn, Philharmonia Orch/Herbert von Karajan.

59 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Strauss Jnr: A Night in Venice. Hermann Prey, bar., Nicolai Gedda, ten., Rita Streich, sop., Anneliese Rothenberger, sop., Gisela Litz, contr., Cesare Curzi, ten., Bavarian Radio Chorus, Graunke SO/Franz Allers.
  2. Sieczynski: Vienna City of My Dreams. Yvonne Kenny, sop., Melbourne SO/Richard Bonynge.
  3. Abraham: The Ball at the Savoy: All for love. Yvonne Kenny, sop., Melbourne SO/Richard Bonynge.
  4. Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue. Tea Rose Duo.
  5. Vives: Dona Francisquita: por el humo se sabe donde esta el fuego. Placido Domingo, ten., Barcelona SO/Garcia Navarro.
  6. Suk: Fantasy in G minor, Op.24. Michael Ludwig, vln., Buffalo PO/JoAnn Falletta.
  7. Goodwin: The Venus Waltz. New Zealand SO/Ron Goodwin.
  8. Poulenc: Les chemins de l'amour. Len Vorster, pno.
  9. Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals: The Swan. Jascha Silberstein, vlc., Marie Goossens, harp.
  10. Puccini: La Boheme. Renata Tebaldi, sop., Hilde Gueden, sop., Giacinto Prandelli, ten., Giovanni Inghilleri, bar., St Cecilia Academy Orch, St Cecilia Academy Chorus/Alberto Erede.
  11. Bixio: Le Chaland qui Passe. Lys Gauty, voc., Unnamed Ensemble.
  12. Khachaturian: Gayaneh - four movements from Ballet Suite No.1. Royal Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi.
  13. Strauss Jnr: Motor Quadrille, Op.129. CSSR State PO/Richard Edlinger.

59 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Quantz: Horn concerto No.9 in E flat. Barry Tuckwell, horn, Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Iona Brown.
  3. Lekeu: Violin Sonata. Jean-Jacques Kantorow, vln., Jacques Rouvier, pno.
  4. Schumann: Dichterliebe, Op.48. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar., Christoph Eschenbach, pno.
  5. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.11 in F, K.413. Mitsuko Uchida, pno., English CO/Jeffrey Tate.
  6. Dohnanyi: Ruralia Hungarica, Op.32b. West Australian SO/Jorge Mester.
  7. Spohr: Symphony No.1 in E Flat, Op.20. Slovak State PO/Alfred Walter.
  8. Lehar (arr. Lanchbery): The Merry Widow: Can Can, Cakewalk, Melos and Finale. Adelaide SO, Adelaide Singers/John Lanchbery.

59 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Handel: Overture - Rinaldo, HWV 7. European Community CO/Eivind Aadland.
  2. Schubert: Heidenroslein, D257. Erik Werba, pno., Rita Streich, sop.
  3. Brahms (arr. Dvorak): Hungarian Dance No.17 in F sharp minor. London PO/Marin Alsop.
  4. Rachmaninov: Prelude in C sharp minor, Op.3/2. Lazar Berman, pno.
  5. Mendelssohn: Octet in E Flat, Op.20: Scherzo. London SO/Claudio Abbado.
  6. Traditional: Blow the wind southerly. Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Temple Square Orch/Mack Wilberg.
  7. Lumbye: King Christian IX March of Honour. Odense SO/Peter Guth.
  8. Osborne: Tati un Mama Tants. Raga Dolls.
  9. Sullivan: The Pirates of Penzance: Poor wand'ring one. Elsie Morison, sop., Pro Arte Orch/Sir Malcolm Sargent.
  10. Ponce: Concerto of the South.: 3rd movt. - Andres Segovia, gtr., Symphony of the Air/Enrique Jorda.
  11. Czibulka: Love's dream after the ball. London SO/Richard Bonynge.
  12. Rutter: All Things Bright and Beautiful. City of London Sinfonia, Cambridge Singers/John Rutter.
  13. Beethoven March, Op.45. Cullan Bryant, pno., Dmitry Rachmanov, pno.
  14. Quilter: A Children's Overture, Op.17. BBC NO of Wales/Rumon Gamba.
  15. Offenbach: La Perichole - Letter Song. Regine Crespin, sop., Swiss Romande Orch/Alain Lombard.
  16. Herbert: Royal Sec, a Champagne Gallop. Eastman Dryden Orch/Donald Hunsberger.
  17. Schumann: Romance, Op.94. John Anderson, oboe, Gordon Back, pno.
  18. Evans: Gaia Ratchenitsa. London Klezmer Quartet.
  19. Falla: La Vida Breve: Interlude & Dance. Minneapolis SO/Antal Dorati.
  20. Rodrigo (arr. Maazel): En Aranjuez con tu amor. Joseph Calleja, ten., Nicola Benedetti, vln., BBC Concert Orch/Steven Mercurio.
  21. Horneman: Aladdin - Ballet Music from Act 3. Aalborg SO/Owain Arwel Hughes.
  22. Mozart: Allegro molto in C. Florian Birsak, fortepiano.
  23. Stravinsky (arr. Stokowski): Pastorale, Op.5. Philadelphia Orch/Yannick Nezet-Seguin.
  24. Dvorak: Prague Waltzes, B99. Detroit SO/Antal Dorati.
  25. Vivaldi: The Four Seasons: Winter (Largo). Daniel Smith, bsn., London PO/Ettore Stratta.
  26. Kats-Chernin: Russian Rag. Sydney Alpha Ensemble/David Stanhope.
  27. Delibes (arr. Gamley): The Maids of Cadiz. Victoria de los Angeles, sop., Sinfonia of London/Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos.
  28. Halvorsen: Entry of the Boyars. London PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  29. Elgar: La capricieuse Op.17. Ernest Lush, pno., Ruggiero Ricci, vln.
  30. Ibert: Concertino da camera for Alto Saxophone and 11 instrument: 3rd movt.. John Harle, sax., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  31. Villa-Lobos: Bachianas Brasileiras No.2: O Trenzinho do Capira. Swedish RSO/Jiri Starek.
  32. Verdi: Sicilian Vespers: O patria ... O tu, Palermo. Nicolai Ghiaurov, bass, London SO/Claudio Abbado.
  33. Sarasate: Carmen Fantasy, Op.25. Itzhak Perlman, vln., New York PO/Zubin Mehta.
  34. Glazunov: Concert Waltz No. 2 in F, Op. 51. Moscow SO/Igor Golovschin.

60 pm - -Contemporary Visions Program page
  1. Connesson, Guillaume: Sextet. Paul Meyer cl, Francois Meyer oboe, Mathieu Dufour fte, Dominique Lobet vla, Dominique Desjardins db, Eric le Sage pno.
  2. Hindemith: String Quartet No 3 in C. Amar Qt.
  3. Rautavaara: Polska. Tanja Tezlaff both vlc, Gunilla Sussmann pno.
  4. Daugherty: Dreamachine. Evelyn Glennie perc, Albany Symphony / David Alan Miller.
  5. Bolcom: The Brooklyn Dodge. Christopher Taylor pno.
  6. Anderson: Sonata for Violin and Piano. Daniel de Borah, pno., Anna McMichael, vln.

60 pm - -Mozart and Friends (Digital) Program page
  1. Gluck: Iphigenie en Aulide: Overture. Berlin State Opera Orch/Artur Rother.
  2. Rejka: Wind Quintet in E Flat major, Op. 88, No. 2, Prague Wind Quintet
  3. Mozart: Piano Sonata in C, K.521 - piano duet. Benjamin Britten, pno., Sviatoslav Richter, pno.
  4. Corrette: Organ Concerto No.4 in C. Jean-Patrice Brosse, org., Concerto Rococo.
  5. Stamitz: Clarinet and bassoon concerto in B flat. Kalman Berkes, cl., Koji Okazaki, bsn., Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia/Kalman Berkes.
  6. Schubert: Sonata in A minor, D.385, Op.137/2. Duo Chamber Melange.

60 pm - -Concerto (Digital) Program page
  1. Bortniansky: Choral Concert No.6 'Glory Be to God in the Highest'. Moscow Choral Academy/Alexander Sedov.
  2. Wieniawski: Violin Concerto No.2 in D Minor, Op.22. Itzhak Perlman, vln., Orchestre de Paris/Daniel Barenboim.
  3. Bliss: Piano Concerto in B flat. Peter Donohoe, pno., Royal Scottish NO/David Lloyd-Jones.

60 pm - -Jazz Rivers Program page
  1. Theme and opening remarks Australian Jazz Pianist Col Nolan Real Book
  2. Lullaby of the Leaves - Australian Jazz Quartet Errol Buddle sax/bsn, Bryce Rohde pno, Jack Brokensha vibes/perc, Richard Healey woodwinds/bass
  3. Like Someone in Love - Australian Jazz Quartet (as above)
  4. Carmichael - Georgia On My Mind - Col Nolan
  5. Bobby Gentry - Ode to Billie Joe - The Col Nolan Soul Syndicate
  6. Bailey - Out of the Wilderness 1st mvt - Judy Bailey cond. Sydney Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra and improvising soloists
  7. Bailey - Out of the Wilderness 2nd mvt (as above)
  8. Bailey - Out of the Wilderness 3rd mvt (as above)
  9. Corea - Desert Air - Gary Burton & Chick Corea
  10. Shorter - Deluge - Wayne Shorter ten, McCoy Tyner pno, Reginald Workman bass, Elvin Jones dms.
  11. Parker - Dexterity - Charlie Parker alto, Miles Davis tpt, Duke Jordan pno, Tommy Potter bass, Max Roach dms
  12. Swallow - Doin' the Pig - Gary Burton vibes &Steve Swallow bass
  13. The Carsons - Col's Dilemma - Daly Wilson Big Band feat. Col Nolan
  14. Hefti - The Odd Couple Theme - Nolan Buddle Quartet Col Nolan pno, Errol Buddle reeds, Dieter Vogt bass, Warren Daly dms.
  15. James - Bossa Baroque - Errol Buddle
  16. J. Mandel - Kevin Hunt pno
  17. de Ryk - Thin Air - Mood Indigo feat. Paula Johnson voc.
  18. Young/Crosby - I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You - Ben Jones
  19. Lindh - Dry Country - Col Nolan Quartet
  20. Sangster - Bilbo Baggins Takes a Trip - John Sangster and friends(John McCarthy saxes, Bob Barnard tpt/flg, Col, Nolan pno, George Thompson bass, Len Barnard dms, Ian Bloxsom perc.
  21. Sangster - A Lament For Thorin - John Sangster and friends
  22. Lewis - Time With Black Water - I Hold the Lion's Paw
  23. Lewis - Remember What We Said
  24. Closing remarks and theme

68 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Dvorak: Armida, Op.115, B.206, Overture. CSSR State PO/Robert Stankovsky.
  2. Dvorak: Symphony No.9 in E minor, Op.95, B178 - From the New World. London SO/Geoffrey Simon.
  3. Ireland: Ballade of London Nights. Eric Parkin, pno.
  4. Ireland: Soliloquy. Eric Parkin, pno.
  5. Clerambault: Miserere. Emmanuel Mandrin, org., Les Demoiselles de Saint-Cyr/Emmanuel Mandrin.
  6. Clerambault: Paques. Emmanuel Mandrin, org., Les Demoiselles de Saint-Cyr/Emmanuel Mandrin.
  7. Alkan: Symphony, Op.39/4-7. Bernard Ringeissen, pno.
  8. Alkan: En rhythme molossique (In Molossian rhythm), Op. 39/2. Bernard Ringeissen, pno.
  9. Mozart: La Clemenza di Tito, K621. Lisa Milne, sop., Magdalena Kozena, m-sop., Rainer Trost, ten., Hillevi Martinpelto, sop., John Relyea, bass, Christine Rice, m-sop., Scottish CO, Scottish Chamber Chorus/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  10. Eichner: Harp Concerto in C. Annie Challan, harp, Antiqua Musica Orch/Marcel Couraud.
  11. Piazzolla: Histoire du Tango. Marc Grauwels, fte., Guy Lukowski, gtr.
  12. Piazzolla: Le Grand Tango. Duo Sol.
  13. Bach: Cantata BWV 12, Weeping, lamenting, worrying, fearing. Barbara Schlick, sop., Christoph Pregardien, ten., Klaus Mertens, bass, Kai Wessel, alto., Amsterdam Baroque Orch, Amsterdam Baroque Choir/Ton Koopman.
  14. Koehne: Once Around the Sun. Queensland PO/Stephen Barlow.
  15. Herrera: Three Dances. Ken Herrera, pno.
  16. Herrera: Aurora Borealis. Ken Herrera, pno.

68 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Durante: Violin concerto 2. Elizabeth Wallfisch, violin. Raglan Baroque Players/Kraemer
  3. Monteverdi: Golden tresses. Sally-Anne Russell, m-sop., Sara Macliver, sop., Orch of the Antipodes/Antony Walker.
  4. Hummel: Trio for flute, cello & piano in A major, Op.78. Lise Daoust, fte., Carmen Picard, pno., Elizabeth Dolin, vlc.
  5. Traditional (arr. Charlton): Suo Gan. Karin Schaupp, gtr.
  6. Mendelssohn: Kyrie. Lausanne Vocal Ensemble, Lausanne Instrumental Ensemble/Michel Corboz.
  7. Field: Nocturne No.18 in E, Midi. Miceal O'Rourke, pno.
  8. Schumann: Marchenbilder (Fairy Tale Pictures), Op.113/1: Nicht schell. Martha Argerich, pno., Mischa Maisky, vlc.
  9. Larsson (arr. Steadman-Allen): Someone Cares. Rob Westacott, cornet, Grimethorpe Colliery Band/James Gourlay.
  10. Ketelbey: Bells across the Meadows. Philharmonia Orch/John Lanchbery.
  11. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  12. Hindson: Piano Trio. Finale. Benaud Trio.
  13. Serra: Two symphonic sketches - Gypsy Dance. El Valles SO/Salvador Brotons.
  14. Granados: Goyescas No.4: The Lover and the Nightingale. Victoria de los Angeles, sop., New Philharmonia Orch/Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos.
  15. Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit - Ondine. Martha Argerich, pno.
  16. Luigini: Ballet Egyptien, Op.12, suite - 1st and 3rd movements. Royal PO/Anatole Fistoulari.
  17. Boubli/Schonberg: Miss Saigon - The Morning of the Dragon, & I Still Believe. Original London Cast
  18. Gounod: Suite Concertante in A - Romance & Tarantelle. Roberto Prosseda, piano. Orchestra Della Svizzera Italiana/Shelley
  19. Gounod: Faust: Soldiers Chorus. London PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  20. Gounod: Judex (Mors et Vita). Richard Hickox Orch/Richard Hickox.
  21. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  22. Layton: After You've Gone. John Sangster, vibraphone, Don Burrows, cl., James Morrison, tpt., George Golla, gtr., Julian Lee, pno., Rhythm Section.
  23. Easdale: The Red Shoes - ballet (parts 1 to 5). BBC National Orch of Wales/Gamba
  24. Bruch: Violin Concerto No.2 in D minor, Op.44 - 2nd movement. Itzhak Perlman, vln., Israel PO/Zubin Mehta.
  25. Finzi (arr. Sheppard): To Lizbie Browne. Amy Dickson, sax., Aurora Orch/Nicholas Collon.
  26. Puccini: La Boheme. Jose Carreras, ten., Angela Maria Blasi, sop., Barbara Hendricks, sop., Michel Senechal, bar., Gino Quilico, bar., Federico Davia, bass, Richard Cowan, bar., Francesco Ellero D'Artegna, bass, French NO, Radio France Chorus/James Conlon.
  27. Morey/Churchill: Snow White - Some Day My Prince Will Come. Barbara Hendricks, sop. Abbey Road Ensemble/Tunick
  28. Churchill (arr. Wild): Reminiscences of Snow White. Earl Wild, pno.
  29. Walton: Spitfire Prelude and Fugue - Prelude. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  30. Kodaly: Hary Janos Suite, Op.15a. Chicago SO/Sir Georg Solti.

69 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Haydn: Symphony No. 44 in E minor, Hob.I:44, Mourning. Australian CO/Richard Tognetti.
  2. Beethoven: Cello Sonata No.2 in G minor, Op.5/2. Kathryn Selby, pno., Torleif Thedeen, vlc.
  3. Duparc: Chanson triste. Amir Farid, pno., Siobhan Stagg, sop.
  4. Dvorak: Violin Sonatina in G, Op.100, B183. Tamara Smolyar, pno., Ivanna Tomaskova, vln.
  5. Edwards: Piano Trio. Benaud Trio.
  6. Ravel: Rapsodie espagnole. Anna Grinberg, pno., Liam Viney, pno.

69 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Verdi: Nabucco: Sinfonia (Overture). Mexico State SO/Enrique Batiz.
  2. Mozart: last movement from Piano Concerto No. 8 in C, K.246. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., London SO/Istvan Kertesz.
  3. Glinka (arr. Milman): from Songs - ten. Nikita Storojev, bass, Vladimir Bogachov, ten., I Musici de Montreal/Yuli Turovsky.
  4. Perotin: from Perotin & Leonin, chant & polyphony from 12th c. France. Lionheart.
  5. Wagner R: Overture Das Rheingold. Herbert Lippert, ten., Albert Dohmen, bar., Markus Eiche, bar., Anna Larsson, alto, Adrian Erod, ten., Tomasz Konieczny, bass-baritone, Wolfgang Schmidt, ten., Lars Woldt, bass, Ain Anger, bass, Janina Baechle, m-sop., Alexandra Reinprecht, sop., Ileanna Tonca, sop., Ulrike Helzel, sop., Zoryana Kushpler, m-sop., Vienna State Opera Chorus, Vienna State Opera Orch/Christian Thielemann.
  6. Adler: Genevieve Waltz. Jack Harrison, harmonica, West Australian SO/Richard Mills.
  7. Handel: Disserratevi, o porte d'Averno. Emma Kirkby, sop., AAM/Christopher Hogwood.
  8. Roussel: last movement from Symphony No.3 in G minor, Op.42. NO of France /Leonard Bernstein.
  9. Traditional (arr. Norman): The Haggis Medley. Ronn McFarlane, lute, Chris Norman, fte., Alasdair Fraser, fiddle, Mark Cudek, cittern.
  10. Chopin: Etudes, Op.25. Valentina Lisitsa, pno.

69 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. (CAV & Intro)
  2. Weber: Euryanthe: Overture. Philharmonia Orch/Neeme Jarvi.
  3. Weber: Piano Sonata No.2 in A flat, Op.39. Emil Gilels, pno.
  4. Spohr: Clarinet Concerto No.3 in F minor, WoO.19. Ernst Ottensamer, cl., Slovak State PO/Johannes Wildner
  5. Schumann: Symphony No.3 in E flat, "Rhenish", Op.97. Royal Concertgebouw Orch/Bernard Haitink
  6. Hart: Idyll, Op.169. Ronald Woodcock, vln., Adelaide SO/Graham Abbott.
  7. Bracanin: Guitar Concerto. Karin Schaupp, gtr., Queensland SO/Ronald Spigelman.
  8. Koehne: Palm Court Suite. Tasmanian SO/Richard Mills.

69 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Suppe: Overture, The Beautiful Galatea. Vienna PO/Zubin Mehta.
  2. Handel: Oboe Sonata in C minor. L'Ecole d'Orphee.
  3. Handel: Julius Caesar: Da tempeste. Yvonne Kenny, sop., Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  4. Smetana: Bartered Bride - Polka. Minneapolis SO/Antal Dorati.
  5. Schumann: Fantasy in C, Op.17. Yundi, pno., Berlin PO/Daniel Harding. 2nd Movt
  6. Mozart: Symphony No.25 in G minor, K.183. Prague CO/Sir Charles Mackerras. 4th Movt Allegro
  7. Sullivan: The Yeomen of the Guard: Is Life a Boon?. Thomas Edmonds, ten., Adelaide SO/James Christiansen.
  8. Sullivan: The Yeomen of the Guard: When a Wooer Goes a'wooing. Thomas Edmonds, ten., Dennis Olsen, bar., Norma Knight, sop., Ruth Gurner, m-sop., Adelaide SO/James Christiansen.
  9. Bach CPE: Flute concerto in D minor, Wq.22. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fte., Franz Liszt CO/Janos Rolla. 3rd Movt Allegro di Molto
  10. Khachaturian: Masquerade - Waltz. Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi.
  11. Huebler: Concerto in F for Four Horns. Meir Rimon, horn, Israel PO/Meir Rimon. 3rd Movt Allegro Moderato
  12. Villa-Lobos (arr. Bauch): Bachianas Brasileiras No.5: Aria. Branford Marsalis, sax., English CO/Andrew Litton.
  13. Weinberger: Polka & Fugue from Schwanda the Bagpiper. Cincinnati Pops Orch, University of Cincinatti Brass Choir/Erich Kunzel.
  14. Britten: Eight folk song arrangements for high voice & harp. Gerald English, ten., Marshall McGuire, harp. The Flaso Knight Upon The Road, Bird Scarer's Song
  15. Schubert: String Quartet No.14 in D minor, D810 - Death and the Maiden. Flinders Quartet. 4th Movt Presto
  16. Bernstein: On the Town - Three Dance Episodes. Saint Louis SO/Leonard Slatkin.
  17. Elgar: La capricieuse Op.17. Alexander Markovich, pno., David Garrett, vln.
  18. Balfe: I Dreamt that I Dwelt in Marble Halls. Greta Bradman, sop., English CO/Richard Bonynge.
  19. Hurst: Swagman's Promenade. West Australian SO/David Measham.
  20. Bach P. D. Q.: Eine kleine Nichtmusik: Allegro. New York Pick-Up Ensemble/Peter Schickele.
  21. Mozart: Requiem in D Minor, K.626. Barbara Bonney, sop.,Monteverdi Choir, EBS/Sir John Eliot Gardiner. Donna Eis Requiem, Cum sanctis tuis
  22. Strauss Jnr: Perpetuum mobile, Op.257. Scottish CO/Raymond Leppard.
  23. Dohnanyi: Sextet for piano, clarinet, horn, violin, viola & cello in C, Op.37. Spectrum Concerts Berlin/Frank S. Dodge. Finale: Allegro vivace, giocoso
  24. Verdi: Don Carlos: O don fatale. Elena Obraztsova, m-sop., Philharmonia Orch/Robin Stapleton.
  25. Grieg: Elegiac Melody - The Last Spring. Oslo Camerata/Stephan Barratt-Due.
  26. Dvorak: Scherzo capriccioso, Op.66, B131. Oslo PO/Mariss Jansons.

69 pm - -Music for Keyboard Program page
  1. Announcement
  2. Mozart: Piano Sonata No. 1 in C, K.279. Glenn Gould, pno.
  3. Mozart: Piano Sonata No.10 in C, K.330. Brian Chapman, pno.
  4. Mozart (arr. Grieg): Piano Sonata No.16 in C, K.545. Daniel Herscovitch, pno., Julie Adam, pno.
  5. Mozart: Piano Sonata No.18 in D, K.576. Alexei Lubimov, fortepiano.

70 pm - -Wednesday Night at the Opera Program page
  1. Schumann: Genoveva. Rodney Gilfry, barit., Oliver Widmer, bass-barit., Ruth Ziesak, sop., Deon van der Walt, ten., Marjana Lipovsek, contralto, Thomas Quasthof, bass-barit., Arnold Shconberg Choir Chamber Orchestra of Europe/Nicholas Harnoncourt

78 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Prokofiev: Symphony-Concerto in E minor, Op.125. Pieter Wispelwey, vlc., Rotterdam PO/Vassily Sinaisky.
  2. Hummel: Clarinet quartet in E flat. Fabrizio Meloni, cl., Andrea Pecolo, vln., Luca Ranieri, vla., Mario Finotti, vlc.
  3. Mills: Cello Concerto. Sue-Ellen Paulsen, vlc., Tasmanian SO/Richard Mills.
  4. Copland: Appalachian Spring. Melbourne SO/Benjamin Northey.
  5. Rameau: Castor et Pollux. Mark Donnelly, bar., Anna Fraser, sop., Margaret Plummer, m-sop., Jeffrey Thompson, ten., Hadleigh Adams, bar., Celeste Lazarenko, sop., Paul Goodwin-Groen, bass, Pascal Herington, ten., Cantillation, Orch of the Antipodes/Antony Walker.
  6. Bach: Goldberg Variations, BWV988. Caroline Almonte, pno.
  7. Respighi: Pines of Rome. Bournemouth SO/Constantin Silvestri.
  8. Elgar: Scenes from the Bavarian Highlands, Op. 27. London SO, London Symphony Chorus/Richard Hickox.
  9. Bach: Cello suite No.2 in D minor, BWV1008. Pierre Fournier, vlc.

78 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Welcome to Daybreak with Margot Costanzo
  2. Bach: Orchestral suite No.3 in D, BWV1068. Maurice Andre, tpt., CO of the Sarre/Karl Ristenpart.
  3. Couperin: Eighth Concert in the theatrical style. Satyr's Band.
  4. Hummel: Piano Sonata in A flat, Op.92. Andreas Groethuysen, pno., Yaara Tal, pno.
  5. Franck: Les Eolides - Symphonic poem. NBC SO/Arturo Toscanini.
  6. Bach W.F.: Fantasia in C minor, F2. Julia Brown, hpschd.
  7. Grieg: The Mountain Thrall, Op.32. Hakan Hagegaerd, bar., Gothenburg SO/Neeme Jarvi.
  8. Janacek: Capriccio for Piano (Left Hand) & 7 Wind Instruments. Thomas Hlawatsch, pno., /Tamas Benedek.
  9. Gershwin: An American in Paris. Los Angeles PO/Zubin Mehta.
  10. Tippett: A Child of our Time: Steal Away. Australian Chamber Choir/Douglas Lawrence.
  11. Liszt: Andante molte espressivo, S156/8b. Leslie Howard, pno.
  12. Le Gallienne: Film music, Dance of the Angels. Unnamed Orch/Dorian Le Gallienne.
  13. Tallis: Fantasy, for violin & piano. Robert Chamberlain, pno., Isin Cakmakcioglu, vln.
  14. Schubert: The Conspiritors/The Domestic War: Overture. Haydn Sinfonietta Vienna/Manfred Huss.
  15. Bernstein: Trouble in Tahiti. Letitia Singleton, m-sop., Sebastien Lemoine, bass-baritone, Picardie Orch/Pascal Verrot.
  16. Elgar: Dream children, Op.43. Peter Pettinger, pno.
  17. Buc: The Falling Colours of Autumn. Peter Dumsday, pno., Toby Goss, cl., Chris Howlett, vlc., Andrea Keeble, vln., Emily Chaffe, fte., David George, perc., Tara Minton, harp, Erica Rasmussen, perc.

79 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Sutherland: Five Songs. Anthony Fogg, pno., Elizabeth Campbell, m-sop.
  3. Copland: Clarinet Concerto. Timothy Young, pno., Dean Newcomb, cl., ANAM Musicians.
  4. Schubert: Piano Sonata No.19 in C minor, D958. Misa Yamamoto, pno.
  5. Mozart: Piano Sonata No. 5 in G, K.283. Misa Yamamoto, pno.
  6. Chopin: Ballade No.4 in F minor, Op.52. Misa Yamamoto, pno.
  7. Pleyel: String quartet in E flat, Op.2/4. Enso Quartet.
  8. Bautista: Prelude & Dance, Op.10. Ken Murray, gtr.

79 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Sebastian Duron: Al compas airecillos. James Johnstone, org., Florilegium, Arakaendar Bolivia Choir/Ashley Solomon.
  2. Saint-Saens: Allegro appassionato, Op.43. Julian Lloyd Webber, vlc., English CO/Yan Pascal Tortelier.
  3. Walton (arr. Walden): Henry V: Touch her soft lips and part. Amy Dickson, sax., London Session Orch/Chris Walden.
  4. Mills: The Love of the Nightingale: The Nightingale's Song. Emma Matthews, sop., Monte Carlo PO/Brad Cohen.
  5. Brahms (arr. Berio): 3rd (Allegretto gracioso) fr Viola Sonata No.1 in F minor, Op.120/1 - orchestral version. Patricia Pollett, vla., Queensland PO/Werner Andreas Albert.
  6. Chopin: Ballade No.3 in A flat, Op.47. Murray Perahia, pno.
  7. Verdi: Simon Boccanegra: Come in quest'ora bruna. Nicole Car, sop., Australian Opera and Ballet Orch/Andrea Molino.
  8. Grieg (arr. Tognetti): Romanze fr String Quartet in G minor, Op.27 (arr. String orchestra). Australian CO/Richard Tognetti.
  9. Jean-Marie Leclair (arr. Kreisler): Tambourin. Isaac Stern, vln., Franz Liszt CO.
  10. Gottschalk: Ses Yeux, Celebre Polka de Concert, Op. 66. Alan Marks, pno., Nerine Barrett, pno.
  11. Kern: Gallivantin' around fr Showboat. Frederica von Stade, mezzo-sop, London Sinfonietta, Ambrosian Ladies Chorus/John McGlinn.
  12. Traditional (arr. Risk): Miss Drummond's Favourite. Catherine Fraser, vln., Duncan Smith, sythesiser.

79 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Bloch: Baal Shem. Joshua Bell, vln., Baltimore SO/David Zinman.
  2. Britten: Serenade for tenor, horn & strings, Op.31. Barry Tuckwell, horn, Peter Pears, ten., London SO/Benjamin Britten.
  3. Bruckner: Symphony No.4 in E flat, Romantic. Concertgebouw Orch, Amsterdam/Bernard Haitink.
  4. Schubert: Fantasia in F minor, D.940. Benjamin Britten, pno., Sviatoslav Richter, pno.
  5. Sculthorpe: Island Songs. Amy Dickson, sax., Sydney SO/Benjamin Northey.
  6. Albeniz: Cantos de Espana. Miguel Baselga, pno.

79 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Conforto: La festa cinese, Overture. Concerto Cologne/Pablo Heras-Casado.
  2. Verdi: from A Masked Ball. Richard Leech, ten., Michele Crider, sop., Vladimir Chernov, bar., Elena Zaremba, contr., Welsh National Opera Orch, Welsh National Opera Chorus/Carlo Rizzi.
  3. Prokofiev: from Cinderella, Op.87. Cleveland Orch/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
  4. Mendelssohn: 2nd movement from Violin Concerto in E minor, Op.64. Nikolaj Znaider, vln., Israel PO/Zubin Mehta.
  5. Sullivan: from The Pirates of Penzance. Owen Brannigan, bass, Donald Adams, bass-baritone, Valerie Masterson, sop., John Reed, bar., Royal PO, D'Oyly Carte Opera Company/Isidore Godfrey.
  6. Shostakovich (arr. Atovmyan): The Gadfly, Suite, Op.97a - excerpts. Joakim Svenheden, vln., London PO/Mariss Jansons.
  7. Beethoven (arr. Montesano): Fandango for Elise. Gustavo Montesano, gtr., Royal PO/Carlos Gomez.
  8. Rossini (arr. Roberts): William Tell, Overture. Fine Arts Brass Ensemble.
  9. Various: from Lost music of early America, music of the Moravians. Cyndia Sieden, sop., Sharon Baker, sop., Boston Baroque/Martin Pearlman.
  10. weather
  11. Sousa: Semper Fidelis. Boston Pops/Arthur Fiedler.
  12. Various: from Ten Tenors in Prayer. / Various.
  13. Rachmaninov: last movementfrom Symphony No.1 in D minor, Op.13. Concertgebouw Orch, Amsterdam/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
  14. Sances: from 17th Century Music for Sopranos, Harp & Guitar. Musica Fabula/Jan Walters.
  15. Beethoven: last movement from Piano Concerto No.4 in G, Op.58. Maurizio Pollini, pno., Berlin PO/Claudio Abbado.
  16. Strauss Jnr: Eine Nacht in Venedig: Frutti di mare. Sumi Jo, sop., Vienna Folk Opera Orch/Rudolf Bibl.
  17. Traditional: I'll Go to the River. Yuriy Mugerman, balalaika, Izabella Mugerman, balalaika.
  18. Johnson Robert The Princes Alman , The Princes Coranto and Air in G minor Violin music for Charles 1. Parley Of Instruments/Peter Holman.
  19. Montsalvatge: Five canciones negras: Canto negro. Patricia Petibon, sop., NO of Spain/Josep Pons.
  20. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 8 in F sharp minor. Jeno Jando, pno.
  21. Mozart: last movement from Symphony No.29 in A, K.201. Orch Mozart/Claudio Abbado.
  22. Various: from Follow Goethe. Christoph Pregardien, ten., Michael Gees, pno.
  23. Various: from Secular Music of the 15th and 16th centuries. Ensemble La Romanesca/Jose Miquel Moreno.
  24. Mozart L: Trumpet Concerto in D. Maurice Andre, tpt., Orchestre de Chambre de Rouen/Albert Beaucamp.
  25. Puccini: Manon Lescaut: Oh, saro la piu bella! Tu, tu amore?. Placido Domingo, ten., Leontyne Price, sop., London SO/Nello Santi.
  26. Haydn: first movement from Symphony No.103 in E flat, Hob.I:103 - Drum Roll. CO of Europe/Claudio Abbado.
  27. Gow: Alastair MacAlastair. Andrew Lawrence-King, harp, Jordi Savall, treble viol.
  28. Shostakovich: Twenty four Preludes and Fugues, Op.87 - Part I. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.

79 pm - -The Early Music Experience Program page
  1. Chamber music from seventeenth-century France.
  2. Sainte-Colombe: Concerts a deux violes esgale: Concert No. 48, 'Le raporte'. Les Voix humaines.
  3. Gaultier 'Le Vieux': Lute Suite in A. Hopkinson Smith, lute.
  4. L. Couperin: Suite in G minor: Courante - Sarabande - Passacaille. Giulia Nuti, hpschd.
  5. Sainte-Colombe: Concerts a deux violes esgale: Concert No. 49, 'La Vignon'. Les Voix humaines.

80 pm - -Theatretrack Program page
  1. SHOW BIZ RADIO: Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK opening theme Sondheim: Overture -Merrily We Roll Along
  2. Bareilles: What's Inside/Opening Up - Waitress
  3. Brown: To Build a Home - The Bridges of Madison County
  4. Miranda: Alexander Hamilton - Hamilton
  5. Brown: Temporarily Lost - The Bridges of Madison County
  6. Bareilles: What Baking Can Do - Waitress
  7. Miranda: My Shot - Hamilton
  8. Brown: Another Life - The Bridges of Madison County
  9. Brown: Wondering - The Bridges of Madison County
  10. Bareilles: When He Sees Me - Waitress
  11. Bareilles: It Only Takes a Taste - Waitress
  12. Brown: Look at Me - The Bridges of Madison County
  13. Brown: The World Inside a Frame - The Bridges of Madison County
  14. Miranda: The Story of Tonight - Hamilton
  15. Miranda: The Schuyler Sisters - Hamilton
  16. Bareilles: Never Getting Rid of Me - Waitress
  17. Miranda: You'll Be Back - Hamilton
  18. Brown: Falling Into You - The Bridges of Madison County
  19. Bareilles: You Matter to Me - Waitress
  20. Miranda: Helpless - Hamilton
  21. Miranda: Satisfied - Hamilton
  22. Bareilles: She Used to Be Mine - Waitress
  23. Bareilles: Everything Changes - Waitress
  24. Brown: One Second and a Million Miles - The Bridges of Madison County
  25. Brown: It All Fades Away - The Bridges of Madison County
  26. Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK closing theme Richardson: Reach Out -The Grass Harp