Sunday, 14th October 2018


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02 am - Sunday Notturno Program page
  1. Salieri: Concerto in C for flute and oboe. Richard Adeney, fte., James Brown, oboe, English CO/Richard Bonynge.
  2. Poulenc: Gloria. Kathleen Battle, sop., Boston Symphony, Tanglewood Festival Chorus/Seiji Ozawa.
  3. Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique, Op.14. Concertgebouw Orch, Amsterdam/Sir Colin Davis.
  4. Schumann: Carnaval, Op.9. Ian Holtham, pno.
  5. Rodrigo: Concierto Serenata. Catherine Michel, harp, Monte Carlo National Opera Orch/Antonio de Almeida.
  6. Britten: French Folksongs. Anne Sofie von Otter, m-sop., Bengt Forsberg, pno.
  7. Lovelock: Sinfonia Concertante for Organ and Orchestra. Robert Boughen, org., Sydney SO/Patrick Thomas.
  8. Haydn M: String quintet in B flat, P.105. L'Archibudelli.
  9. Bruch: Concerto for clarinet and viola in E minor, Op.88. Thea King, cl., Nobuko Imai, vla., London SO/Alun Francis.
  10. Vaughan Williams: Two Pieces for Violin and Piano. Piers Lane, pno., Tasmin Little, vln.

07 am - Hymns Old and New Program page
  1. Trad: O come let us sing to the Lord. Scottish Philharmonic Singers
  2. Harris: Come down, O love divine. Hereford Cathedral Choir & Hereford Choral Society
  3. Trad (arr Shaw): Holy Spirit, ever dwellling. Choir of Paton Memorial Uniting Church Deepdene
  4. Ewing: Jerusalem the golden. Regent Chamber Choir; Collegiate Singers; Choir of King's College London
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  6. from Pachelbel: We praise you, God, creator, Lord. Christ Church Cathedral Choir Newcastle
  7. Trad (arr Sharp): There is a land of pure delight. St Martin's Singers
  8. Floyd: O brother man. Cantus Choro
  9. Phillips: O for a thousand tongues to sing. Wells Cathedral Choir

07 am - Organ and Choral Music Program page
  1. Pachelbel: Aria Prima in D minor. Matthew Owens, org.
  2. Ravenscroft: Four Madrigals. Pro Cantione Antiqua/Mark Brown
  3. Douglas Deep Peace. Geelong Grammar School Choir/Tom Healey
  4. Haydn: Pieces for musical clock. Robert Ampt, org.
  5. Vaughan Williams: O Taste and See; Ouseley: From the Rising of the Sun. Choir of St Michael's College Tenbury/Lucian Nethsingha
  6. Szokolay: Come bless the Lord; O give thanks to the Lord. (Psalms 134 , 136). Debrecan College Cantus (Hungary)/Sandor Berkesi
  7. Handel: Jesu Meine Freude HWV480; Chaconne in G HWV430. John O'Donnell, org
  8. Di Lasso: Magnificat anima mea Dominum. Niederaltaicher Scholaren/Konrad Ruhland.
  9. Chabrier: Pavane; Delibes: Passepied. Rhys Boak, org.
  10. Cory: Eton Boating Song. Eton School Concert Choir & Orch/Ralph Allwood
  11. Vierne: Feux Follets. Rudolf Meyer, org.
  12. Trad (arr Buc): Botany Bay. Concordis/Andrew Hunter; Nicholas Buc, pno

09 am - Morning Classics Program page
  1. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..
  2. Strauss Jnr: Blue Danube Waltz, Op.314. Queensland SO/Vladimir Ponkin.
  3. Marsh (arr. Graham-Jones): Conversation Symphony for Two Orchestras. Chichester Concert/Ian Graham-Jones.
  4. Corelli: Recorder Concerto in F, Op.5/10. Maurice Steger, rec., English Concert/Laurence Cummings.
  5. Bach: Cantata BWV177, I cry to Thee, Lord Jesus Christ. Kurt Equiluz, ten., Helmut Wittek, sop., Panito Iconomou, alto, Concentus Musicus Vienna, Tolz Boys' Choir/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
  6. Dvorak: Symphony No.7 in D minor, Op.70, B141. Sydney SO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  7. Grainger: Mock Morris. Jayson Gillham, pno.
  8. Grainger: Country Gardens. Jayson Gillham, pno.

11 am - Music for Strings Program page
  1. Alwyn: Pastoral Fantasia. Philip Dukes, vla., Royal Liverpool PO/David Lloyd-Jones.
  2. Villa-Lobos: String Quartet No. 1. Danubius Quartet.
  3. Beethoven: Cello Sonata No.2 in G minor, Op.5/2. Pieter Wispelwey, vlc., Dejan Lazic, pno.

Midday - A Lunchtime Miscellany Program page
  1. Offenbach: Orpheus in the Underworld: Overture. Philharmonia Orch/Antonio de Almeida.
  2. Loewe (arr. Byers): My Fair Lady Suite. Julie Andrews, voc., Ambrosian Singers, London Musicians Orch/Ian Fraser.
  3. Lennon/McCartney (arr. Whitwell): A Day in the Life. Sally Whitwell, pno., Cantillation/Philip Chu.
  4. Ponchielli: La Gioconda - Dance of the Hours. Orch Victoria/Richard Divall.
  5. Boccherini: Guitar quintet No.5 in D, G.449. Richard Savino, gtr., Artaria Quartet.
  6. Liszt: Piano concerto No.2 in A, S.125. Geoffrey Tozer, pno., Swiss Romande Orch/Neeme Jarvi.
  7. Mendelssohn: Symphony for strings, No. 3 in E minor. New Sinfonietta Amsterdam/Lev Markiz.
  8. Beethoven: Symphony No.1 in C, Op.21. ORR/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  9. Glazunov: Exc: Les Ruses d'amour, ballet, Op.61. USSR RSO/Algis Ziuraitis.

2 pm - Sunday Afternoon Program page
  1. Berwald: Reminiscences from the Norwegian Mountains. Royal PO/Ulf Bjorlin.
  2. Dietrich: Cello Concerto in G minor. Alban Gerhardt, cello, Berlin RSO/Hannu Lintu.
  3. Wilhelmine von Bayreuth: Argenore: S’avvien ch’il destino rio. Angelika Luz, sop., Lukas Consort/Viktor Lukas.
  4. Mozart: Piano Sonata No 10 in C, K330. Walter Klien, pno..
  5. Farr: Waipoua. Marina Sturm, cl., New Zealand SO/James Sedares.
  6. Grieg: Peer Gynt: Peer Gynt and the Cattle-Girls; Peer Gynt and the Girl in Green; In the Hall of the Mountain King. Derek Jacobi (Narrator), Alex Jennings (Peer Gynt), Haydn Gwynne (The Girl in Green), Eun Yee You, Jana Iliev & Victoria Reiche (Cattle-Girls), Le Motet de Geneve, Swiss Romande Orch./Guillaume Tourniaire.
  7. Berwald: Sinfonie capricieuse. Royal PO/Ulf Bjorlin.

4 pm - Reflections Program page
  1. Reflections with Geoffrey Saba
  2. Mozart: Magic Flute - Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schon. Fritz Wunderlich, ten., Berlin PO/Karl Bohm.
  3. Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No 3. William Kapell, pno., Victorian Symphony Orchestra/Sir Bernard Heinze
  4. Godowsky: The Gardens of Buitenzorg. Geoffrey Saba, pno.
  5. Tatum: Boogie. Art Tatum, pno., Tiny Grimes, gtr., Slam Stewart, db.
  6. Chopin: Nocturne Op. 55, No. 2 in E flat. Ignaz Friedman, pno.
  7. Lara: Granada. Fritz Wunderlich, ten., Rudolf Lamy Chorus, Kurt Graunke SO/Hans Carste.

5 pm - Recent Releases Program page
  1. Johann Heinrich Schmelzer: Sonatae unarum fidium (1664); 1. Sonata quinta (no. 5); 2. Sonata secunda (no. 2); 3. Sonata tertia (no. 3) David Irving (violin)
  2. Bach: Suite II in D minor BWV 1008 Kim Kashkashian (viola)
  3. Peter Gregson: 1.1. Recomposed - 1.1 Prelude, 1.4 Sarabande & 1.6 Gigue Peter Gregson (cello) + others

6 pm - Melbourne in Concert Program page
  1. Showcasing Past Winners of the 3MBS Young Performer Award, generously sponsored in recent years by Freemasons Victoria, and captured for broadcast by the 3MBS volunteer recording team.
  2. Williams: Schindler's List: Theme. Aaron Ch'ng, vln.
  3. Bach: Partita in D minor, BWV1004: Sarabande. Aaron Ch'ng, vln.
  4. Chopin: Scherzo in C-sharp minor, Op. 39. Kevin Chow, pno.
  5. Mozart: Abduction from the Seraglio, K384: Martern aller Arten. Kathryn Radcliffe, sop.
  6. Mozart: Don Giovanni - Non mi dir. Kathryn Radcliffe, sop.
  7. Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor: Regnava nel silenzio. Kathryn Radcliffe, sop.
  8. Debussy: Premiere Rhapsody. Magdalenna Krstevska, cla.
  9. Chopin: Ballade No.4 in F minor, Op.52. William Soo, pno.
  10. Sarasate: Carmen Fantasy, Op.25. Leon Fei, vln.
  11. Brahms: Piano Sonata No.3 in F minor, Op.5. Hoang Pham, pno.

8 pm - Choral Masterworks Program page
  1. Penalosa: Absolve, Domine. Ensemble Gilles Binchois/Dominique Vellard.
  2. Schutz: Funeral Music, Op.7. Monteverdi Choir, EBS, His Majesty's Sagbutts and Cornetts/Sir John Eliot Gardiner.
  3. Croft: Burial Service. King's College Choir Cambridge/Sir David Willcocks.
  4. Bernstein: Symphony No.3, Kaddish. Samuel Pisar, spkr., Abbie Furmansky, sop., Berlin Radio Chorus, Berlin Cathedral Boys Choir, Lucerne SO/John Axelrod.
  5. Bortniansky: Lord make me to know my end. Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir/Paul Hillier.
  6. Tormis: Our Shadows (Once We Will Reappear). Svanholm Singers/Sofia Soderberg Eberhard.
  7. Part: Berliner Mass (Agnus Dei). Gwyn Gillard, org., Geelong Grammar School Choir /Tom Healey.

10 pm - Sunday Night Late Program page
  1. Beethoven: Notturno in D, Op.42. Roger Vignoles, pno., Nobuko Imai, vla.
  2. Brahms: Song of Destiny, Op.54. Malvern SO, Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir, West Gippsland Chorale/Andrew Wailes.
  3. Hill: Symphony No.10 in C - Short Symphony. Queensland SO/Wilfred Lehmann.
  4. Sutherland: Violin Concerto. Leonard Dommett, vln., Melbourne SO/Patrick Thomas.
  5. Grainger: Bridal Song to a Nordic Princess: Bridal Song. Melbourne SO/John Hopkins.
  6. Mozart: Requiem in D Minor, K.626. Malvern SO, Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Choir, West Gippsland Chorale/Andrew Wailes.