Thursday, 17th May 2018


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58 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Mahler: Symphony No.7 in E minor. Cleveland Orch/Pierre Boulez.
  2. Simpson: String Quartet No. 5. Delme Quartet.
  3. d'Albert: Piano Concerto No. 1 in B minor, Op.2. Piers Lane, pno., BBC Scottish SO/Alun Francis.
  4. Ysaye: Sonata in A minor, Op.posth.. Henning Kraggerud, vln., Bard Monsen, vln.
  5. Ravel: Daphnis and Chloe. Baden-Baden RSO, EuropaChorAkademie/Michael Gielen.
  6. Monteverdi: Monteverdi and Picchi. La Capella Ducale, Musica Fiata Cologne/Roland Wilson.
  7. Ireland (arr. Mackerras): Suite "The Overlanders". London PO/Sir Adrian Boult.
  8. Boccherini: Cello sonata in B flat, G.565. Richard Lester, vlc., Chi-Chi Nwanoku, db.
  9. Bohm: Capriccio in D. Anthony Jennings, hpschd.

58 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Welcome to Thursday Daybreak with Margot Costanzo
  2. Schumann: Violin Concerto in D minor, Op.posth: II Langsam. Joshua Bell, vln., Academy of St Martin in the Fields.
  3. Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance March in D, Op.39/1. Atlanta SO/Donald Runnicles.
  4. Kelly (arr. Hamilton): Elegy for Strings, 'In Memorium Rupert Brooke' (arr. Choir). Australian Voices/Gordon Hamilton.
  5. Kerry: Bright Meniscus. Tasmanian SO/David Porcelijn.
  6. Miyata: Time of the North Wind. Andrew MacGregor, shakuhachi, Haruko Watanabe, koto.
  7. Harvey: Quartet for Three B flat Clarinets and Bass Clarinet. Clarity.
  8. Sibelius: Spring Song, Op.16. Scottish NO/Sir Alexander Gibson.
  9. Bach GC: Cantata: Siehe wie fein und lieblich ist. Musica Antiqua Cologne, Rhenish Church Choir/Reinhard Goebel.
  10. Carr-Boyd: Fandango. Sydney Mandolins/Adrian Hooper.
  11. Telemann: Concerto in B flat for three oboes. Hans-Peter Westermann, oboe, Michael Niesemann, oboe, Piet Dhont, oboe, Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel.
  12. Ball: A Devon Fantasy. Black Dyke Band/Robert B. Childs.
  13. Schoenberg: Three Times a Thousand Years, Op.50a. BBC Singers/Pierre Boulez.
  14. Suk: Love Song, Op.7/1. Prague SO/Vaclav Smetacek.
  15. CAV
  16. Sibelius: Finlandia, Op.26. Scottish NO/Sir Alexander Gibson.
  17. Vine: Poppy - Tango. Unnamed Ensemble.
  18. Sousa (arr. Kay): Stars and Stripes. Sydney SO/Dobbs Franks.
  19. Schonberg (arr. Casey): On My Own. Silvie Paladino, voc., Melbourne Youth Orch, Jazz Ensemble/John Foreman.
  20. Dalla (arr. Pritchard-Blunt): Caruso. Silvie Paladino, voc., Melbourne Youth Orch, Jazz Ensemble/John Foreman.
  21. Liszt: Transcription of Wagner: Isolde's Liebestod from Tristan & Isolde, S447. Asher Fisch, pno.
  22. Korngold: Die tote Stadt: Mein Sehnen mein Wahnen. Matthias Goerne, bass, Swedish RSO/Manfred Honeck.
  23. Britten: Phantasy Quartet for Oboe and Strings, Op.2. Janet Craxton, oboe, Members of Gabrieli String Quartet.
  24. Piazzolla (arr. Breiner): Adios Nonino. Razumovsky SO/Peter Breiner.

59 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Alkan: Study in E, Etude de Concert, Op.35/12. Stephanie McCallum, pno.
  3. Glanville-Hicks (arr. Chambers): Three Gymnopedies. Stables Ensemble.
  4. Faure: Three songs. Sally Wilson, m-sop., Katherine Day, pno.
  5. Bach: Sonata in G minor, BWV1001, excerpts. Danny Gu, vln.
  6. Corghi: Syncopations for solo violin. Danny Gu, vln.
  7. Paganini: Theme & Variations in G on "Nel cor piu non mi sento" fr: Paisiello's La Molinara, for solo violin. Danny Gu, vln.
  8. Ravel: Violin Sonata in G. Louisa Breen, pno., Danny Gu, vln.
  9. Telemann: Ten Heroic Marches. Maurice Andre, tpt., Hedwig Bilgram, org.
  10. Vivaldi: Chamber Concerto in G minor, RV103. Cologne Camerata.

59 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Sullivan: Patience: A Magnet Hung in a Hardware Shop. Kenneth Sandford, bar., New SO, D'Oyly Carte Opera Chorus/Isidore Godfrey.
  2. Sullivan: Patience: So Go to Him and Say to Him. Dennis Olsen, bar., Ruth Gurner, m-sop., Adelaide SO/James Christiansen.
  3. Satie: Je te veux. Geoffrey Payne, tpt., Jane Hammond, pno., James Lloyd, db., George Butrumlas, accordion.
  4. Ravel (arr. Buc): Menuet antique. Melbourne CO/William Hennessy.
  5. Paul Stanhope: Talking to my shoe fr Losing the Plot. Calvin Bowman, pno., Charlie Sdraulig, pno., The Vocal Consort, Australian Boys' Choir/Noel Ancell.
  6. Dukas: Villanelle. Barry Tuckwell, horn, Daniel Blumenthal, pno.
  7. Chopin: Polonaise in C sharp minor, Op.26/1. Ronald Farren-Price, pno.
  8. Grieg: Varen (Last Spring). Birgit Nilsson, sop., Vienna Opera Orch/Bertil Bokstedt.
  9. Respighi: La Primavara fr Botticelli Triptych. London SO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  10. Purcell: King Arthur: Fairest Isle. Marshall McGuire, harp.
  11. Purcell: Round O. Marshall McGuire, harp.
  12. Rodgers: Thou Swell from A Connecticut Yankee. Dawn Upshaw, sop., David Garrison, voc., Unnamed Orch/Eric Stern.
  13. Satie: Grande Ritournelle. Susan Manoff, pno., David Levi, pno.

59 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Brahms: Violin concerto in D, Op.77. Maxim Vengerov, vln., Chicago SO/Daniel Barenboim.
  2. Vaughan Williams: Pastoral Symphony (Symphony No.3). Patricia Rozario, sop., BBC SO/Sir Andrew Davis.
  3. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.18 in B Flat, K.456. Leif Ove Andsnes, pno., Norwegian CO/Leif Ove Andsnes.
  4. Stamitz: Clarinet concerto No. 7 in E flat. Andreas Ottensamer, cl., Potsdam Chamber Academy.
  5. Beethoven: Choral Fantasy in C minor, Op.80. Alfred Brendel, pno., London PO, London Philharmonic Choir/Bernard Haitink.
  6. Edwards: Ecstatic dance. Patricia Pollett, vla., Gwyn Roberts, vlc.
  7. Corelli: Concerto Grosso in D, Op.6/1. Philharmonia Baroque Orch/Nicholas McGegan.

59 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Wagner R: The Flying Dutchman, Overture. Vienna PO/Sir Georg Solti.
  2. Faure: Apres un reve, Op.7/1. Jean-Yves Thibaudet, pno., Renee Fleming, sop.
  3. Meale: Four Bagatelles. Larry Sitsky, pno.
  4. Haydn: last movement from Symphony No.103 in E flat, Hob.I:103 - Drum Roll. CO of Europe/Claudio Abbado.
  5. Brahms: 3rd movement from Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op.115. Deborah de Graaff, cl., Natalie Chee, vln., Hannah Perowne, vln., Hartmut Rohde, vla., Peter Hoerr, vlc.
  6. Mahler: last movement from Symphony No.4 in G. Renee Fleming, sop., Berlin PO/Claudio Abbado.
  7. Gershwin: Lady Be Good. Danny Moss, sax., Bob Barnard, cornet, Brian Lemon, pno., Jazz Ensemble.
  8. Bach: 3rd movementfrom Violin Concerto in A minor, BWV1041. Yehudi Menuhin, vln., Paris SO/George Enescu.
  9. Gretry: L'amant jaloux: Je romps la chaine qui m'engage. Sumi Jo, sop., English CO/Richard Bonynge.
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  11. Beethoven: last novement from Triple Concerto in C, Op.56. Beaux Arts Trio, Gewandhaus Orch/Kurt Masur.
  12. Leigh: from Man of La Mancha. Richard Kiley, voc., Irving Jacobson, voc., Ray Middleton, voc., Robert Rounseville, voc., Joan Diener, voc., Unnamed Orch/Neil Warner.
  13. Bizet: Carmen: Intermezzo. Len Vorster, pno., Masahide Kurita, fte.
  14. Ravel: La Valse. RCO/Bernard Haitink.
  15. Bartok: last movement from Piano concerto No.3, Sz.119. Yefim Bronfman, pno., Los Angeles PO/Esa-Pekka Salonen.
  16. Mozart L: Trombone Concerto in D. Christian Lindberg, tbn., Australian CO/Richard Tognetti.
  17. Bassano: Susanne ung jour. Elysium Ensemble.
  18. Bliss: from Things to Come. London SO/ Bliss.Sir Arthur.
  19. Walton: Magnificat. St John's College Choir, Cambridge/Christopher Robinson.
  20. Walton: Nunc Dimittis. St John's College Choir, Cambridge/Christopher Robinson.
  21. Bartok (arr. Koch): Romanian Folk Dances, Sz.56. Saffire.
  22. Granados: Goyescas No.4: The Lover and the Nightingale. Vera Bradford, pno.
  23. Myslivecek: Abramo ed Isacco - Chi per pieta mi dice.... Magdalena Kozena, m-sop., Prague Philharmonia/Michel Swierczewski.
  24. Mozart: Rondo in C, K617. Maurice Bourgue, oboe, Thomas Bloch, glass harmonica, Jean Sulem, vla., Philippe Bernold, fte., Xavier Gagnepain, vlc.
  25. Various: from Dizzy Gillespie - Original recordings 1942-1949. Dizzy Gillespie, tpt., Various/ Various.
  26. Copland: The Little Horses. Amy Cutler, sop., Paul Hankinson, pno.
  27. Coates: Sound and vision (ATV march). Royal PO/Paul Murphy.

60 pm - -Illuminations Program page
  1. Mr. Beveridge's Maggot from John Playford's 'The English Dancing Master' Vol. 3 The Broadside band
  2. Vincenzo Rauzzini - String Quartet in E flat major, Op. 2 No. 1 - III Menuetto Tamas Szekendy (fortepiano), Zsolt Kallo (violin), Authentic Quartet
  3. Joseph Haydn - Robin Adair, Hob.XXXIa:202 Haydn Trio Eisenstadt, Lorna Anderson (soprano), Jamie MacDougall (tenor)
  4. Thomas Arne - Artaxerxes (1762), Act III: The Soldier tir'd Elizabeth Watts as Mandane, The Classical Opera Company, Ian Page, cond.
  5. Handel - Jephtha - Act III Scene 1 "Ye sacred priests...Farewell, ye limpid springs and floods" Lynne Dawson, sop., Monteverdi Choir & English Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner
  6. Thomas Attwood (1765-1838) - A Rose-Bud by my Early Walk (1819), words by Robert Burns University of Glasgow Chapel Choir, cond., James Grossmith Recording by permission of Professor Kirsteen McCue, Professor of Scottish Literature & Song Culture, University of Glasgow
  7. Jan Ladislav Dussek (1760-1812) - Duo Concertant for Harp and Pianoforte in E-Flat Major, Op. 69 No. 1 (1810) -I Samantha Carrasco, piano, Kate Ham, harp, of The Austen Trio
  8. Anon. - Song from Burns, ‘Their groves of sweet myrtle’ Amanda Pitt, sop., David Owen Norris, Piano (1816 Broadwood, Cobbe Collection)
  9. Daniel Gottlieb Steibelt - Grand Concerto Op33 (Piano Concerto No 3, l’orage) E maj. (1799)I Storm rondo (xcrpt) Howard Shelley, Ulster Orchestra
  10. William Jackson (1730-1803) - 12 Canzonets, Op. 9 (1770) No. 1. Time has not thinn'd my flowing hair Irene Mas Salom, sop., Emma Kirkby, sop., Mallorca Ars Musicae
  11. Thomas Linley the younger - Cantatas & Theatre Music - Tempest (Sheridan) - O bid your faithful Ariel fly Julia Gooding, soprano, Paul Goodwin, oboe, The Parley of Instruments Baroque Orchestra, directed from the harpsichord by Paul Nicholson
  12. Anon - Que j'aime a voir les hirondelles, words anon. Amanda Pitt, sop., David Owen Norris, piano (1816 Broadwood, Cobbe Collection).
  13. Handel Overture to Rodelinda (excrpt) David Owen Norris (JB Cramer’s own Broadwood 1816). Recorded at the Music Room, Hatchlands, Surrey, 18-19 November 2009
  14. Fairy Dance (arr Mattias Holst, 1769-1854) David Owen Norris, piano (1816 Broadwood, Cobbe Collection).
  15. JC Bach (1735 - 1782) Sonata for pianoforte or harpsichord, Op. V No 3 G maj II Theme and varn. (1766) Alec Cobbe. Composer's Zumpe square piano, London 1778
  16. Michael Kelly (1762-1826) The Wife’s Farewell, words M G Lewis Amanda Pitt, sop., David Owen Norris, piano (1816 Broadwood, Cobbe Collection).
  17. Michael Kelly The Husband’s Return, words: probably M G Lewis John Lofthouse (baritone), David Owen Norris (piano) 
  18. Stephen Storace (1762 - 1796) - Tho' You Think By This To Vex Me Philip Anderson, ten., Elizabeth Farnum, sop., Anthony Newman, fortepiano
  19. Johann Baptiste Cramer(1771-1858) - Les petits riens (exrpt) David Owen Norris, Cramer’s own Broadwood grand, 1816,Cobbe Collection
  20. Ignaz Pleyel Sonatina No.1 in C maj - I Martin Souter, Stoddart square piano, London 1807
  21. George Kiallmark (1781-1835) - Robin Adair (xcrpt) David Owen Norris, pianoforte
  22. Muzio Clementi - Allegro from Sonatina In F Major Op 38 No 3 (xrpt) Alex Cobbe, Erard sq pf Paris 1787, owned by Queen Marie Antoinette
  23. Beethoven (1770-1827) Choral Fantasia op 80 (excrpt) Swedish Radio Choir, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor, Hélène Grimaud, pno, Lone Larsen, chorus master.

60 pm - -Theatretrack Program page
  1. SHOW BIZ RADIO: Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK opening theme Sondheim: Overture -Merrily We Roll Along
  2. Rodgers/Guettel: Oh, What a Beautiful Morning/The Call - Judy Kuhn, Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel
  3. Simon: Opening - The Secret Garden
  4. Cohen: A Normal Life - NEO
  5. Krieger: Steppin' to the Bad Side - Dreamgirls
  6. Campbell: Richard - NEO
  7. Krieger: I Am Changing - Dreamgirls
  8. Almond: The Ocean - NEO
  9. Kitt: My Desert Island All Time Top 5 Breakups - NEO
  10. Sheik: Mama Who Bore Me - Spring Awakening
  11. Sheik: Don't Do Sadness - Spring Awakening
  12. Sheik: The Guilty Ones -Spring Awakening
  13. Sheik: Left Behind - Spring Awakening
  14. Simon: Lily's Eyes - The Secret Garden
  15. Simon: How Could I Ever Know - The Secret Garden
  16. Kosma: Autumn Leaves - Back In the Swing, Anthony Warlow
  17. Porter: You Do Something To Me - Back in the Swing, Anthony Warlow
  18. Porter: Night and Day - Back in the Swing, Anthony Warlow
  19. Turner: Smile - Back in the Swing, Anthony Warlow
  20. Guettel: Hero & Leander - Judy Kuhn, Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel
  21. Krieger: Dreamgirls - Dreamgirls
  22. Krieger: One Night Only - Dreamgirls
  23. Krieger: Hard To Say Goodbye, My Love - Dreamgirls
  24. Rodgers/Rodgers: Nobody's Heart, Hey Love, Love to Mel - Judy Kuhn, Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel
  25. Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK closing theme Richardson: Reach Out -The Grass Harp