Thursday, 12th July 2018


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8 pm - -Notturno Program page
  1. Goldmark: Rustic Wedding Symphony, Op.26. National SO of Ireland/Stephen Gunzenhauser.
  2. Schubert: Piano Trio No.1 in B flat, D.898. Benaud Trio.
  3. Hummel: Bassoon Concerto in F. Christian Davidsson, bsn., Sundsvall CO/Niklas Willen.
  4. Couperin: Mass for the convents. Pierre-Yves Asselin, org., Harry Geraerts, ten.
  5. Delibes: Coppelia - Acts 1 & 2. Swiss Romande Orch/Richard Bonynge.
  6. Sculthorpe: Burke and Wills, Film Soundtrack Complete. Australian CO, Phoenix String Quartet, Sydney Studio Musicians.
  7. Sutherland: Sonata for Violin and Piano. Sonia Baldock, vln., Samuel Crane, pno.
  8. Ford: The Art of Puffing, 17 elegies for Thomas Chatterton. Henri Bok, woodwind, Miquel Berbat, perc.
  9. Dean: Beggars and Angels. Melbourne SO/Markus Stenz.
  10. Telemann: Concerto in A minor for recorder & viola da gamba. Josh Cheatham, viola da gamba, Julien Martin, rec., Capriccio Stravagante/Skip Sempe.
  11. Bach: Fantasia in C minor, BWV906. Kenneth Gilbert, hpschd.

8 pm - -Daybreak Program page
  1. Welcome to Daybreak with Margot Costanzo
  2. Locatelli: Concerto Grosso No. 7 in F, Op.1/7. Capella Istropolitana/Jaroslav Krecek.
  3. Bassani: Earthly chains, bind me no longer. Max van Egmond, bass, Ricercar Consort.
  4. Corelli: Sarabande, Giga e Badinerie. Melbourne Musicians/Frank Pam.
  5. Holst: Nocturne - A moorside suite. English CO/Imogen Holst.
  6. Palestrina: Magnificat primi toni. King's College Choir Cambridge/Sir David Willcocks.
  7. Handel: Flute Sonata in G, Op.1/5. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fte., Robert Veyron-Lacroix, hpschd.
  8. Greenbaum: Night Vision.First movement. Tilly Junker, oboe, Kate Rockstrom, fte., Abby Hunt, cl., Sally Wickes, bsn., Joel Carnegie, french horn.
  9. Beethoven: String Quartet No. 4 in C minor, Op.18/4. First movement only Kate Sullivan, vln., Emma Hunt, vln., Rhianwen Bramble, vla., Lily Thornton, vlc.
  10. Spohr: Potpourri for Clarinet & Orchestra in F, Op.80. Ernst Ottensamer, cl., Slovak RSO/Johannes Wildner.
  11. Lai: Love Story, For Me Alone. London Festival Orch/Stanley Black.
  12. Mahler: Von der Schonheit, from Song of the earth. Kathleen Ferrier, contr., Unnamed Orch/ Unnamed Conductor.
  13. Stravinsky: Le Rossignol. Felicity Palmer, sop., Michael George, bass, Phyllis Bryn-Julson, sop., Elizabeth Laurence, alto, BBC SO, BBC Singers/Pierre Boulez.
  14. Ravel (arr. Valent): La Vallee des Cloches. Anthony Halliday, pno., Invention in Time.
  15. Weill: Concerto for violin and winds, Op.12. First movement Christian Tetzlaff, vln., German Chamber Philharmonic.
  16. Messiaen: Catalogue d'oiseaux: The Short-toed Lark. Paul Kim, pno.
  17. Community Arts Voice
  18. Strauss R: Rueckkehr in die Heimat, Op.71/2. Dame Felicity Lott, sop., Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi.
  19. Czerny: Andante e Polacca in E, Op.posth.. Barry Tuckwell, horn, Daniel Blumenthal, pno.
  20. Thomson: Five Ladies. William Wolfram, pno., Philippe Quint, vln.
  21. Stravinsky: The Rake's Progress: No Word From Tom. Dawn Upshaw, sop., Orch of St Luke's/David Zinman.
  22. Auber: The Crown Diamonds, Overture. Detroit SO/Paul Paray.
  23. Thomas: Mignon: Gavotte. Detroit SO/Paul Paray.

9 pm - -Morning Recital Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Schubert: Uraniens Flucht, D.554. Thomas Hampson, bar., Graham Johnson, pno.
  3. Dyson: Variations on Old Psalm Tunes Book 3, Daniel Cook
  4. Hill: String Quartet No.2 in G minor, A Maori legend in four scenes. Dominion Quartet.
  5. Leighton: Preludes, Margret Fingerhut
  6. Benjamin: Le Tombeau de Ravel. Ian Munro, pno., Peter Jenkin, cl.
  7. Poulenc: Airs Chantes, FP46. Roger Frampton, pno., Pamela Wainwright, sop.
  8. Faure: Cello sonata No.1 in D minor, Op.109. Lowri Blake, vlc., Caroline Palmer, pno.

9 pm - -Divertimento Program page
  1. Rodgers: Joseph Taylor Jr, I've seen it happen before & One foot, other foot fr Allegro. Allegro Orch & Ensemble/Salvatore Dell'Isola.
  2. Grainger: Children's March: Over the Hills and Far Away. Eastman - Rochester POPS Orch/Frederick Fennell.
  3. Rozsa: Spellbound Concerto. Isador Goodman, pno., Melbourne SO/Patrick Thomas.
  4. Morris: Awakening fr Forest Over the Sea. Carolyn Morris, pno., Peter Sheridan, fte., Lisa-Maree Amos, fte.
  5. Offenbach: Un mari a la port: Valse tyrolienne. Sumi Jo, sop., English CO/Richard Bonynge.
  6. Arensky: Etude on a Chinese theme, Op.25/3. Jenny Lin, pno.
  7. Butterworth: Is My Team Ploughing fr A Shropshire Lad. Benjamin Britten, pno., Peter Pears, ten.
  8. Beethoven: Finale fr Horn Sonata in F, Op.17. Barry Tuckwell, horn, Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.
  9. Alphons Czibulka: Winter Stories, Op.366. London Salon Ensemble.
  10. Saint-Saens: Allegro animato fr Clarinet Sonata in E flat, Op. 167. Richard Stoltzman, cl., Irma Vallecillo, pno.
  11. Kern: Show Boat: Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man. Kenneth Spencer, bass, Carol Bruce, voc., Helen Dowdy, voc., Show Boat Chorus and Orch/Edwin MacArthur.

9 pm - -Concert Hall Program page
  1. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G, Op.58. Paul Lewis, pno., BBC SO/Jiri Belohlavek.
  2. Mozart: Symphony No.41 in C, K.551 - Jupiter. English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  3. Mendelssohn: Symphony for strings No.11 in F. English String Orch/William Boughton.
  4. Schumann: Cello Concerto in A minor, Op 129. Truls Mork, vlc., French Radio PO/Paavo Jarvi.
  5. Grieg: Ballade in G minor, Op. 24. Royal Scottish NO/Bjarte Engeset.
  6. Carmichael: A Little Night Music. John Carmichael, pno., Roger Armstrong, fte.
  7. Butterworth: The Banks of Green Willow. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.

9 pm - -Intermezzo Program page
  1. Suppe: Overture, Tantalus's Torment. Vienna PO/Zubin Mehta.
  2. Puccini: Turandot: In questa reggia. Dame Joan Sutherland, sop., Luciano Pavarotti, ten., London PO, John Alldis Choir, Wandsworth Boys' Choir/Zubin Mehta.
  3. Gershwin (arr. Foley): They Can't Take that Away From Me. Atlantic Brass Quintet.
  4. Beethoven 1 st movement from Symphony No.8 in F, Op.93. Vienna PO/Karl Bohm.
  5. Schubert (arr. Sandquist): Valse noble, D969/4. Gil Shaham, vln., Goran Sollscher, gtr.
  6. Dvorak: 1 st of Gypsy Melodies, Op.55, B104. Malcolm Martineau, pno., Magdalena Kozena, m-sop.
  7. Ives: Three Places in New England. Melbourne SO/Markus Stenz.
  8. Brahms: 1 st of Fantasias, Op.116. Inger Sodergren, pno.
  9. Mozart: last movement from Piano Trio in C, K.548. Freshwater Trio.
  10. Mussorgsky (arr. Stokowski): Pictures at an Exhibition: Baba Yaga. and Great Gate of Kiev Nashville SO, Nashville Symphony Chorus/Leonard Slatkin.
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  12. Vert: El Ultimo Romantico: Beautiful Beloved. Placido Domingo, ten., Barcelona SO/Garcia Navarro.
  13. Schumann: 3rd movement from Symphony No.2 in C, Op.61. London PO/Sir Adrian Boult.
  14. Chopin: from Preludes, Op.28. Geoffrey Saba, pno.
  15. Wagner R: Tannhauser: Dich teure Halle. Birgit Nilsson, sop., Sydney SO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  16. Britten: Soirees Musicales, Op.9. London PO/Sir Adrian Boult.
  17. Mozart: 3rd movement Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K.466. Sir Clifford Curzon, pno., English CO/Benjamin Britten.
  18. Monteverdi: from Vespers of the Blessed Virgin, 1610. Nigel Robson, ten., Michael Chance, alto., Alastair Miles, bass, Ann Monoyios, sop., Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone, Mark Tucker, ten., Marinella Pennicchi, sop., Sandro Naglia, ten., Monteverdi Choir, EBS, London Oratory Junior Choir, His Majesty's Sagbutts and Cornetts/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  19. Scott: Madiba. Foden's Band/Michael Fowles.
  20. Boccherini: 3trd movement Guitar quintet No.4 in D, G.448. Stephen Shingles, vla., Pepe Romero, gtr., Iona Brown, vln., Malcolm Latchem, vln., Denis Vigay, vlc., Tristan Fry, perc.
  21. Dvorak: last of Romantic pieces, Op.75, B150. Gil Shaham, vln., Orli Shaham, pno.
  22. Schubert: last movement from Symphony No.5 in B Flat, D485. Prades Festival Orch/Pablo Casals.
  23. Bach: Fugue in G, BWV577. Simon Preston, org.
  24. Bartok: from For Children BB53, Sz.42, Book 2, excerpts. Andor Foldes, pno.
  25. Strauss R: Daphne: Ich komme, ich komme. Lucia Popp, sop., Bavarian RSO/Bernard Haitink.
  26. Pachelbel: Canon and Gigue in D. Andreas Staier, hpschd., Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel.
  27. Ibert: Divertissement. Paris Conservatoire Orch/Jean Martinon.

10 pm - -Theatretrack Program page
  1. SHOW BIZ RADIO: Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK opening theme Sondheim: Overture -Merrily We Roll Along
  2. Loewe: Overture/Opening - Gigi
  3. Herman: We Are What We Are - La Cage Aux Folles
  4. Loewe It's a Bore - Gigi
  5. Loewe: The Parisians - Gigi
  6. Porter: I Love Paris - Can-Can
  7. Schonberg: At the End of the Day - Les Misérables
  8. Schonberg: Mon Prince Est En Chemin - Les Misérables
  9. Schonberg: I Dreamed a Dream - Les Misérables
  10. Schonberg: Master of the House - Les Misérables
  11. Herman: Song on the Sand - La Cage Aux Folles
  12. Flaherty: Speaking French - Lucky Stiff
  13. Loewe: A Toujours - Gigi
  14. Loewe: She Is Not Thinking of Me - Gigi
  15. Brel: Le Diable (Ça Va) - Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
  16. Brel: Ne Me Quitte Pas - Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
  17. Schonberg: Stars - Les Misérables
  18. Schonberg: Rouge Et Noir - Les Misérables
  19. Schonberg: A La Volonté du Peuple - Les Misérables
  20. Schonberg: One Day More - Les Misérables
  21. Herman: La Cage Aux Folles - (Title Song)
  22. Loewe: Thank Heaven for Little Girls - Gigi
  23. Loewe: I Remember It Well - Gigi
  24. Herman: Look Over There - La Cage Aux Folles
  25. Loewe: I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore - Gigi
  26. Loewe: Gigi - (Title Song)
  27. Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK closing theme Richardson: Reach Out -The Grass Harp