Saturday, 19th May 2018


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78 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Atterberg: Symphony No.6 in C, Op.31, Dollar. Norrkoping SO/Jun'ichi Hirokami.
  2. Kats-Chernin: The Witching Hour - Concerto for Eight Double Basses and Orchestra. Kees Boersma, db., Kirsty McCahon, db., Alex Henery, db., Timothy Dunin, db., Max McBride, db., Matthew McDonald, db., Robert Nairn, db., Caro Vigilante, db., Australian World Orch/Alexander Briger.
  3. Handel: Alceste - incidental music. Emma Kirkby, sop., David Thomas, bass, Christopher Keyte, bass, Judith Nelson, sop., Paul Elliot, ten., Rogers Covey-Crump, ten., Margaret Cable, m-sop., Christina Pound, sop., Catherine Denley, m-sop., AAM/Christopher Hogwood.
  4. Gross: Concerto da Camera. Adrian Hooper, mndln., Esther Cheng, vln., Michael Tabrett, vla., Catherine Tabrett, vlc.
  5. Lambert (arr. Jacob): Apparitions (arrangements of Liszt). Royal Ballet Sinfonia/Barry Wordsworth.
  6. Elgar: Sea Pictures, Op.37. Dame Janet Baker, m-sop., London SO/Sir John Barbirolli.
  7. Liszt: A Dante Symphony, S109. Berlin PO, Berlin Radio Chorus/Daniel Barenboim.
  8. Rachmaninov (arr. Kogosowski): Concerto Elegiaque in D Minor, Op.9b. Alan Kogosowski, pno., Detroit SO/Neeme Jarvi.
  9. Shchedrin: Concerto Cantabile. Maxim Vengerov, vln., London SO/Mstislav Rostropovitch.
  10. Edwards: Clarinet Concerto. David Thomas, cl., Melbourne SO/Arvo Volmer.
  11. Easton: An Australian in Paris. State Orch of Victoria/Brett Kelly.
  12. Koehne: Piano Music for Children. Elpis Liossatos, pno.

78 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Rossini: Semiramide, Overture. Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki.
  2. Rachmaninov: (Siren) Lilacs. Scott Davie,pno.
  3. Lazzari: Sonata a 6 in D. Crispian Steele-Perkins and Alison Balsom, tpts, The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman, organ.
  4. Polzica: Funfstimmige. Cllegium Musicum Aldovadensis.
  5. Dell'Arpa: Galliard, Andrew Lawrence-King, harp.
  6. Praetorius: Dances for Terpsichore, excerpts.Ensemble d'Instruments Anciens/Christian Mendoze.
  7. Anonymous: Rejoice in the Lord. The Cambridge Singers/John Rutter.
  8. Hotteterre: Suite for Flute and basso continuo, "Courante". Hans-Martin Linde, fl., Johannes Koch, viola da gamba.
  9. Lully: Le Bourgeois gentilhomme, "Marche pour le ceremonie des Turcs". Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel.
  10. Paisiello: Le Roi Theodore a Venise, "Tout le monde m'abandonne". Ruggero Raimondi, bar., La Grande Ecurie et la Chambre du Roy/Jean-Claude Malgoire.
  11. Weber: Silvana, Overture, J87. The Philhamonia/Neeme Jarvi.
  12. Rodgers: Oklahoma!, "Oh, What a Beautiful mornin' ". Yvonne Kenny, sop., Melbourne Symphony Orchestra/Guy Noble.
  13. Hyde: Piano Concerto No. 2, in C sharp minor, "Andante tranquillo". Miriam Hyde, pno, WASO/Geoffrey Simon.
  14. Berlioz: Beatrice et Benedict, Act II, "Le vin de Syracuse". Eric Schilling, bar., The St Anthony Singers, London SO/Sir Colin Davis.
  15. Dickson/Martinez: Tangos. Peter Dickson and Juan Martinez, gtrs.
  16. Rozsa (arr. McGurly): El Cid, "Fanfare and Entry of the Nobles". Cincinnati Pops Orchestra/Erich Kunzel.
  17. Bizet: The Pearl Fishers, "In the Depths of the Temple". Nicolai Gedda, ten., Ernest Blanc, bar., Orchestra of the Opera Comique, Paris/Pierre Dervaux.
  18. Arnold: Little Suite No.1, Op. 53, "March". WASO/David Measham.

78 pm - -Classically Kids Program page
  1. Connolly: Playschool - Theme. Philip Quast, voc., Jennifer Ludlum, voc.
  2. Abbott: Famous. MLC School Kent House Choir, MLC Senior String Quartet/Kimbali Harding.

78 pm - -Prima la Musica (Digital) Program page
  1. Castello: Book II: Sonata No.4. Apollo and Pan.
  2. Vivaldi: Concerto No.8 from "L'Estro Armonico", Op.3. Flavio Cucchi, gtr., Nuccio D'Angelo, gtr., Guitar Symphonietta/Leo Brouwer.
  3. Sweelinck: Psalm 33: Sing joyfully to the Lord, you righteous. Cappella Amsterdam/Daniel Reuss.
  4. Sweelinck: Te Deum laudamus. David Jansen, org., Ophira Zakai, lute, Cappella Amsterdam/Daniel Reuss.
  5. Devienne: Concerto No.3 in G. Claudi Arimany, fte., Russian CO/Duschan Mihailovic.
  6. Haydn: String Quartet in B minor, Hob.III:37, Op.33/1. Casals Quartet.
  7. Scarlatti A: Lydio and Chloe. Jane Edwards, sop., James Sanderson, alto., Chacona/Rosalind Halton.
  8. Praetorius (arr. Williams): Four Dances from Terpsichore. Craig Ogden, gtr.
  9. Monteverdi: Lamento d'Arianna. Collegium Vocale Cologne/Wolfgang Fromme.
  10. Couperin: Twelfth concert - Les Gouts Reunis. Wieland Kuijken, viola da gamba, Kaori Uemura, viola da gamba, Robert Kohnen, hpschd.
  11. Couperin: Musete de choisi. Les Voix Humaines.

78 pm - -Sounding Brass Program page
  1. Fletcher: Labour and Love. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  2. Lundkvist: This is My Story. Salvation Army Melbourne Staff Band.
  3. Golland: Peace. Glyn Williams, euphonium, Foden's Band/Michael Fowles.
  4. Sergey Prokoviev (arr. Bjarte Engeset) Romeo and Juliet Eikanger Bjorsisvik Band
  5. Fernie: A Scot's Miscellany. City of Cardiff Band/Gareth Ritter.
  6. Mussorgsky (arr. Howarth): Pictures at an Exhibition. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.

79 pm - -Arts Weekly Program page
  1. Bach/Gounod (arr. Gounod): Ave Maria. Natsuko Yoshimoto, vln., Greta Bradman, sop., Katrina Reynolds, pno., Adelaide SO/Luke Dollman.
  2. LIVE IN STUDIO Dolly Diamond
  3. LIVE PERFORMANCE Justin
  4. LIVE IN STUDIO Dolly Diamond
  5. Navok: Murder at the French Cabaret. Sarah Bob, pno.
  6. Bach (arr. Heywood): Cantata BWV29, 'Wir danken dir, Gott': Sinfonia. Thomas Heywood, org.
  7. LIVE IN STUDIO NGV
  8. Debussy:Serenade Sonata for cello and piano in D minor. Amir Farid, pno., Zoe Knighton, vlc.
  9. Dunleavy: Meditation on Satie. Dewi Liu, pno.

79 pm - -The Romantics (Digital) Program page
  1. Rossini: William Tell, Overture. Zelman SO/Mark Shiell.
  2. Chaminade: Flute Concertino, Op.107. Aydin Abdullah, fte., Stonnington SO/Barry Tuckwell.
  3. Dvorak: New World Symphony: Largo. London SO/Istvan Kertesz.
  4. Chopin: Scherzo No.2 in B flat minor, Op.31. Brian Chapman, pno.
  5. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker Suite, Op.71a. Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan.
  6. Mendelssohn (arr. Gallery): Songs Without Words - guitar quartet. English Guitar Quartet.
  7. Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending. Michael Dauth, vln., Sydney SO/Mark Wigglesworth.
  8. Brahms: Alto Rhapsody, Op.53. Mildred Miller, m-sop., Columbia SO, Occidental College Concert Choir/Bruno Walter.
  9. Strauss Snr: Radetzky March, Op.228. State Orch of Victoria/Brian Stacey.

79 pm - -Music in Melbourne Program page
  1. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G, BWV1048. OAE.
  2. NOVATION INTERVIEW: Kathryn Stott Artistic Director, Australian Festival of Chamber Music
  3. Chausson: Concerto for piano, violin and string quartet in D, Op.21. Joshua Bell, vln., Jean-Yves Thibaudet, pno., Takacs Quartet.
  4. Gyger: Inferno. Michael Kieran Harvey, pno.
  5. Faure: Les berceaux. Leigh Harrold, pno., Greta Bradman, sop.
  6. Mozart: Serenade in G, Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K525 - excerpts. Tasmanian SO/Geoffrey Lancaster.
  7. INTERVIEW: Diane Froomes Associate Principal Cello, Orchestra Victoria
  8. Mendelssohn: Octet in E Flat, Op.20. William Hennessy, vln., Howard Penny, vlc., Anthony Marwood, vln., Caroline Henbest, vla., Holly Piccoli, vln., Chris Howlett, vlc., Tobias Breider, vla., Andrew Haveron, vln.
  9. Beethoven: String Quartet No.11 in F minor, Op.95, 'Serioso'. Goldner String Quartet.

79 pm - -Film Scores Program page
  1. Bernstein: West Side Story: Jet song. Kurt Ollmann, bar., David Livingston, voc., Stephen Bogardus, voc., Peter Thom, voc., Unnamed Orch, Unnamed Choir/Leonard Bernstein.
  2. Williams: Superman, Main Title. West Australian SO/David Measham.
  3. Richter, Max Shadow Journal
  4. Badalamenti, Angelo The Straight Story

79 pm - -Saturday Lunchtime Miscellany (Digital) Program page
  1. Easton: Overture to an Italianate Comedy. Orchestra Victoria/Brett Kelly.
  2. Strauss Jnr: Blue Danube Waltz, Op.314. Vienna PO/Willi Boskovsky.
  3. Schumann: Papillons, Op.2. Stephanie McCallum, pno.
  4. Horneman: Aladdin - Ballet Music from Act 3. Aalborg SO/Owain Arwel Hughes.
  5. Litolff: Concerto Symphonique No.4 in D minor, Op. 102, scherzo. Isador Goodman, pno., Melbourne SO/Patrick Thomas.
  6. Gade (arr. Breiner): Jealousy Tango. Razumovsky SO/Peter Breiner.
  7. Boccherini: Nightwatch in Madrid, Op.30/6. Australia Pro Arte CO/Jeffrey Crellin.
  8. Hummel: Tyrolean air and variations. Cecilia Bartoli, m-sop., Orch La Scintilla/Adam Fischer.
  9. Traditional: Ye Banks and Braes. Dame Nellie Melba, sop., Dame Nellie Melba, pno.
  10. Bishop: Lo, Here the Gentle Lark. Dame Nellie Melba, sop., John Lemmone, fte., Studio Orch/Walter B Rogers.
  11. Lemmone: The Elves. David Miller, pno., Paul Curtis, fte.
  12. Respighi: The Birds. BBC PO/Patrick Thomas.
  13. Sibelius: Romance in C, Op.42. Melbourne Musicians/Frank Pam.
  14. Sibelius: Hymn to Thais. Hannu Jurmu, ten., Jouni Somero, pno.
  15. Waldteufel: Coquetterie waltz, Op.218. Slovak PO/Alfred Walter.

79 pm - -Vocal Chords Program page
  1. Verdi; La Traviata;Brindisi; Joan Sutherland and Luciano Pavarotti;Elizabethan Sydney Orch; Richard Bonynge
  2. Puccini: Tosca - Vissi d'arte. Joan Carden, sop., Queensland PO/Roderick Brydon.
  3. Handel: Semele - Where'er you walk. David Hobson, ten., Sinfonia Australis/Antony Walker.
  4. Bizet: The Pearl Fishers: Comme autrefois; Shimona Rose and Simon Bruckard;
  5. Bellini: I Capuleti e i Montecchi: Oh! quante volte;Shimona Rose and Simon Bruckard
  6. Interview
  7. Verdi: Il trovatore: Di quella pira;Marcelo Alvarez;Giuseppe Verdi Choir and symp Orch of Milan;Daniel Oren
  8. Stephen Foster; Beautiful Dreamer;Greta Bradman
  9. Rossini; Otello;Act 2 Terzetto;William Matteuzzi and Bruce Ford;
  10. Stevenson (arr. Flotow): The Last Rose of Summer. Emma Matthews, sop., Monte Carlo PO/Brad Cohen.

79 pm - -Saturday Afternoon Concert Program page
  1. Doug Beecroft and Ricardo Ataide present a special program for Radiothon, including concert favourites and recent recordings. Music by Beethoven, Dvorak, Elgar, Tchaikovsky and many more.

79 pm - -Piano Notes Program page
  1. Chopin: Ballade No.3 in A flat, Op.47. Alfred Cortot, pno.
  2. Scarlatti: Keyboard sonatas in E, K380. Vladimir Horowitz, pno.
  3. Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor, Op.27/2, 'Moonlight'. Ignacy Jan Paderewski, pno.
  4. Mozart: Nine variations in D on a minuet by Duport, K.573. Clara Haskil, pno.
  5. Debussy: Images, Set 2. Roy Howat, pno.
  6. Barber: Excursions, Op.20. Eric Parkin, pno.
  7. Bax: Nereid. Ashley Wass, pno.
  8. Bax: In a Vodka Shop. Ashley Wass, pno.
  9. Tchaikovsky (arr. Rachmaninov): Lullaby. Simon Trpceski, pno.
  10. Bach CPE: Rondo in C, Wq.56/1. Geoffrey Lancaster, fortepiano.
  11. Schumann: Traumerei, Op.15/7. Vladimir Horowitz, pno.
  12. Grainger: Klavierstuck in D. Martin Jones, pno.
  13. Debussy: Clair de lune. Julius Katchen, pno.
  14. Shostakovich: Concertino in A minor, Op.94. Martha Argerich, pno., Lilya Zilberstein, pno.

79 pm - -The World of Baroque Program page
  1. Includes works from the vast Baroque catalogue by Handel, Vivaldi, Telemann, Purcell, Dal'Abaco, Monteverdi, Couperin and more. All performed by Australian Musicians.
  2. Mell: Divisions on 'John Come Kiss Me Now'. Simon Martyn-Ellis, theorbo, Latitude 37.
  3. Molter: Concerto in B flat for 4 recorders & continuo. Sally Melhuish, rec., Hans-Dieter Michatz, rec., Melissa Farrow, fte., Mikaela Oberg, fte.
  4. Handel: Aria from, Rodelinda: Morrai si, l'empia tua testa''. Valda Wilson, sop., Sydney Lyric Orch/Richard Bonynge.
  5. Purcell: The Fairy Queen, Z629. 1st & 2nd Music & Overture. Orch of the Antipodes/Antony Walker.
  6. Vivaldi: Cello concerto in A minor, RV421. Jamie Hey, vlc., Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  7. Telemann: Fantasia in D, TWV33:1. Lars Ulrik Mortensen, hpschd.
  8. Bononcini: The Lament of Olympia. Musica da Camera Tessa Miller, sop. Adelaide Baroque.
  9. Rameau: Dardanus. Overture. Orch of the Antipodes/Antony Walker.
  10. Palestrina: 'O beata et benedicta'. Trinity College Choir, Melbourne/ Michael Leighton Jones.
  11. Handel: Jephtha - Waft her Angels. Kirsten Barry, oboe, Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  12. Monteverdi: I gaze upon you, from I'Incoronazione di Poppea. Sally-Anne Russell, m-sop. Sara Macliver,sop Orch. of the Antipodes/Antony Walker.
  13. Purcell: Chacony in G minor, Z730. Risa Browder, vla., Purcell Quartet.
  14. Bach: Keyboard Concerto in F minor, BWV1056. Angela Hewitt, pno., Australian CO/Richard Tognetti.
  15. Dall'Abaco: Concerto in D, Op.5/6. Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  16. Vivaldi: Vestro Principi Divino in F, RV633. Andreas Scholl, alto., Australian Brandenburg Orch/Paul Dyer.
  17. Hellendaal: Rondo in D. Locatelli Trio.
  18. Couperin: Musete de Choisi: Musete de Taverni. Elysium Ensemble.

80 pm - -Great Makers of Music Program page
  1. A Salute to the 3MBS Sound Engineers
  2. Vanhal: Concerto in F for two bassoons -mvt 1. Yoshi Ishikawa, bsn., Terry Ewell, bsn., IDRS Festival CO/Nicholas Daniel.
  3. Beethoven: String Quartet No. 4 in C minor, Op.18/4: 1st movement. Ironwood Chamber Ensemble.
  4. Poulenc: Flute Sonata. Robert Chamberlain, pno., Megan Stirling, fte.
  5. Ravel: Piano Trio in A minor - 1st mvt Streeton Trio.
  6. Schubert (arr. Unknown): String Quartet No.10 in E Flat, D87, Op.125/1 (arr. Strings)- 1st mvt. Melbourne CO/William Hennessy.
  7. Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No.7 in B flat, Op.83 - 1st mvt. Daniel de Borah, pno.
  8. Chopin: Barcarolle in F sharp, Op.60. Victor Hu, pno.

80 pm - -All That Jazz Program page
  1. Intro: Jazz Explorations Hiromi 'Beyond Standards'
  2. : Intro: Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
  3. Oscar Hammerstein II, Sigmund Romberg Softly As In A Morning Sunrise Hiromi Uehara pno ,David Fiuczynski gtr Tony Grey db, Martin Valihora - Drums
  4. Duke Ellington / Juan Tizol: Caravan Hiromi Uehara pno ,David Fiuczynski gtr Tony Grey db, Martin Valihora - Drums
  5. J. Zawinul Birdland Weather Report feat. Jaco Pastorius bass
  6. Zawinul: Mercy, Mercy, Mercy. Tony Gould, pno., Bob Sedergreen, pno.
  7. Sedergreen: Wee Baby Blues. Bob Sedergreen, pno., Blues on the Boil.
  8. Rene: I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City. Hetty Kate, voc., Gordon Webster, pno., Jazz Ensemble.
  9. Zwartz: Travelling Song. Doug De Vries, gtr., Jonathan Zwartz, db., Phil Slater, tpt., Fabian Hevia, perc., Barney McCall, pno., Hamish Stuart, drums.
  10. R. Bona: Djombwe
  11. P.Williamson, T.Neal McGruff Paul Williamson's Hammond Combo
  12. Ammons: Seed Shack. Gene Ammons -ts, Clarence Anderson - org pno Doug Watkins - bass, J.C. Heard - drums
  13. Coleman: Law Years. Charlie Haden, db., Don Cherry, tpt., Ed Blackwell, drums.
  14. Carole King; Gerry Goffin: Pleasant Valley Sunday
  15. Jerry Leiber; Kent Harris; Mike Stoller: Shoppin' for Clothes
  16. Eddie Palmieri: Guajeo y Tumbao. Eddie Palmieri pno, C McBride bass
  17. Raye (arr. Cleal): You Don't Know What Love Is. Juliarna Cleal, voc., Jon Delaney, gtr.
  18. Murphy: Epilogue. Julien Wilson, sax., Jordan Murray, tbn., Nashua Chen Lee, gtr., Tamara Murphy, db., Joe Talia, perc.