Sunday, 13th January 2019


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02 am - Sunday Notturno Program page
  1. Ives: Symphony No.1 in D minor. National SO of Ireland/James Sinclair.
  2. Bizet: L'Arlesienne Suites 1 and 2, excerpts. French Radio PO/Yutaka Sado.
  3. Bach: Schafe konnen sicher weiden, BWV208. Magdalena Kozena, m-sop., Musica Florea/Marek Stryncl.
  4. Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No.2 in G minor, Op.16. Yuja Wang, pno., Simon Bolivar Symphony Orch of Venezuela/Gustavo Dudamel.
  5. Bach: Magnificat in D, BWV243. Tom Krause, bar., Werner Krenn, ten., Elly Ameling, sop., Helen Watts, contr., Henneke van Bork, sop., Stuttgart CO, Vienna Academy Chamber Choir/Karl Munchinger.
  6. Brahms: Violin sonata No.1 in G, Op.78. Christian Ferras, vln., Pierre Barbizet, pno.
  7. Traditional: Gartan Mother's Lullaby. Len Vorster, pno., Masahide Kurita, fte.

07 am - Hymns Old and New Program page
  1. from Paris Antiphoner, 1681: Father, we praise thee, now the night is over. Tewkesbury Abbey Choir
  2. Monk: To the name that brings salvation. Marlborough College Chapel Choir
  3. Hoare: Lord, you are the light of life to me. Choir of St John's Cathedral Brisbane
  4. Trad: Jesus bids us shine. St Joseph's School Choir (UK)
  5. Clarke: Lord of all being. Norwich Cathedral Choir
  6. Deiss: All the earth proclaim the Lord. Bonaventure Choir
  7. Jenner: We love the place, O God. Wakefield Cathedral Choir
  8. from Musikalisch Handbuch, 1690: His name for ever shall endure. Scottish Philharmonic Singers
  9. Monk: Abide with me, Regent Choir; Collegiate Singers; Choir of King's College London: London Brass

07 am - Organ and Choral Music Program page
  1. Purcell: Voluntary on the Old 100th. George Thalben-Ball, org.
  2. Buxtehude: Choral fantasie - Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ, BuxWV188. Rene Saorgin, org.
  3. William: Let there be music; Schrader: Let the name of the Lord be praised. Sydney Male Choir/Alan Thrift
  4. Kreisler: The Old Refrain; Liebesfreud. Thomas Murray, org
  5. Hassler: Verbum caro factum est. Choir of Christ Church St Lawrence, Sydney
  6. Mendelssohn: Kyrie eleison; Verleih' uns Frieden Op.posth. Corydon Singers English CO /Matthew Best.
  7. Pachelbel: Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam; Bach: Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam BWV 685. Graham Lieschke, org.
  8. Bach JC (1642): Man that is born of woman. Certaine Notes/Peter Leech.
  9. Guerrero: Ave Maria; Zelenka: Regina Caelli. Schola Cantorum of Melbourne/Gary Ekkel
  10. Rheinberger: Canzonetta in B Flat; Intermezzo in B flat.. Wolfgang Stockmeier, org.

09 am - Morning Classics Program page
  1. Telemann: Paris Quartet in D. Elysium Ensemble.
  2. Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor, Op.64. Siqing Lu, vln., Melbourne SO/Benjamin Northey.
  3. Mozart: Symphony No. 1 in E Flat, K16. The English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  4. Rimsky-Korsakov: Piano and wind quintet in B flat, Op.posth.. Capricorn.
  5. Britten: Folk Song Arrangements - Volume 1. Philip Langridge, ten., Dame Felicity Lott, sop., Graham Johnson, pno.

11 am - Music for Strings Program page
  1. Carr-Boyd: Fandango. Sydney Mandolins/Adrian Hooper.
  2. Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Guitar concerto No.2 in C, Op.160. Kazuhito Yamashita, gtr., London PO/Leonard Slatkin.
  3. Schumann: Fantasy Pieces, Op.73. Gerald Moore, pno., Jacqueline du Pre, vlc.
  4. Visee: Suite for Theorbo and Violin in G. Pascal Monteilhet, theorbo, Amandine Beyer, vln.

Midday - A Lunchtime Miscellany Program page
  1. Sullivan: Sorcerer - Overture. Royal PO, D'Oyly Carte Isidore Godfrey.
  2. Clementi: Piano Sonata in G, WO14. Susan Alexander-Max, fortepiano.
  3. Offenbach (arr. Bonynge): Le Papillon. English Concert Orch/Richard Bonynge.
  4. Dreyfus: Dimboola, water music & waltz. Melbourne SO/George Dreyfus.
  5. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 1 in F. Gewandhaus Orch/Kurt Masur.
  6. German: Welsh Rhapsody. National SO of Ireland/Andrew Penny.
  7. Shostakovich: Piano Concerto No.2 in F, Op.102. Dmitri Shostakovich Jr, pno., I Musici de Montreal/Maxim Shostakovich.
  8. Albinoni: Symphony No.3 in G. I Solisti Aquilani/Vittorio Antonellini.
  9. Delius: Norwegian Suite, The Council of the People. Slovak PO/John Hopkins.

2 pm - Sunday Afternoon Program page
  1. Weber: Der Freischutz: Overture.Staatskapelle Dresden/Carlos Kleiber.
  2. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.25 in C, K.503. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno., Philharmonia Orch/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
  3. Blake: The Snowman: Walking in the Air. Vladimir Ashkenazy, pno.
  4. Grieg: Norwegian Dances, Op. 35. Estonian National SO/Paavo Jarvi.
  5. Wagner R: Lohengrin, Prelude to Act 1. Berlin PO/ Rafael Kubelik.
  6. Weber: Der Freischutz: Excerpts.Edith Mathis, sop., Gundula Janowitz, sop., Leipzig Radio Choir, Staatskapelle Dresden/ Carlos Kleiber.
  7. Falla: Suite populaire Espagnole. Ensemble Liaison.

4 pm - Recent Releases Program page
  1. Introduction
  2. Stamitz JW: Symphony in G. New Zealand CO/Donald Armstrong.
  3. Introduction
  4. Suk: Symphony in E Major, Op. 14 Czech Philharmonic, Vaclav Neumann
  5. Sign off

5 pm - Reflections Program page
  1. Interview with John Bell - Actor, Director
  2. Bizet: Carmen: La fleur que tu m'avais jetee. Placido Domingo, ten., London SO/Claudio Abbado.
  3. Puccini: Tosca - Vissi d'arte. Leontyne Price, sop., New Philharmonia Orch/Sir Edward Downes.
  4. Edwards: Dawn Mantras. Ian Cleworth, perc., Jane Sheldon, sop., Brian Nixon, perc., Jim Franklin, shakuhachi, Matthew Doyle, didjeridu, Thomas Rixon, cor ang., Cantillation, Sydney Children's Choir/Lyn Williams.
  5. Mahler: Symphony No.5: Adagietto. Sinfonia Australis/Antony Walker.
  6. Purcell: Dido and Aeneas: Dido's Lament. Anne Sofie von Otter, m-sop., The English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  7. Vaughan Williams: The Wasps: March of the Kitchen Utensils. Queensland SO/Patrick Thomas.
  8. Strauss R: Four Last Songs. Jessye Norman, sop., Gewandhaus Orch/Kurt Masur.
  9. Bach: Cello suite No.1 in G, BWV1007. Pablo Casals, vlc.
  10. Canteloube: Songs of the Auvergne: La pastoura als camps. Victoria de los Angeles, sop., Lamoureux Concerts Orch/Jean-Pierre Jacquillat.
  11. Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D, Op.61. Maxim Vengerov, vln., London SO/Mstislav Rostropovitch.
  12. Mozart: Marriage of Figaro. Overture., London PO, London Opera Chorus/Sir Georg Solti.

6 pm - Melbourne in Concert Program page
  1. Music by the Springs - Saturday Morning and Afternoon Concert; Peppers Mineral Springs Hotel, Hepburn Springs; 10/2/2018. (Recorded for Music by the Springs by Alan Hutchison)
  2. Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A, K581 (Justin Beere/cl, Orava Quartet - Daniel Kowalik, David Dalseno/vlns, Thomas Chawner/vla, Karol Kowalik/vlc)
  3. Wagner R: Wesendonck Lieder, Op.91 (Greta Bradman/sop, Stewart Kelly/pno)
  4. Paul Dean: Blue Ginger (Elizabeth Layton/vln, Justin Beere/cl, Caroline Henbest/vla, Timothy Young/pno) [World Premiere]
  5. Bernstein: Clarinet Sonata (Justin Beere/cl, Stewart Kelly/pno)
  6. Debussy: Piano Trio in G (Elizabeth Layton/vln, Trish O'Brien/vlc, Timothy Young/pno)

8 pm - Choral Masterworks Program page
  1. St Godric: Crist and Sainte Marie. The Song Company.
  2. Vecchi: Bando del Asino. The Song Company.
  3. Telemann: Motet: Deus judicum tuum. Patrizia Kwella, sop., Michael George, bass, Catherine Denley, m-sop., Mark Tucker, ten., Collegium Musicum 90/Richard Hickox.
  4. Haydn: Mass in B flat, "Harmony", Hob.XXll:14. Stephen Varcoe, bar., Nancy Argenta, sop., Pamela Stephen, m-sop., Mark Padmore, ten., Collegium Musicum 90/Richard Hickox.
  5. Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs. Michael Leighton Jones, bar., Jonathan Bradley, pno., Trinity College Choir, Melbourne, Tinalley String Quartet/Michael Leighton Jones.
  6. Bruckner: Os justi. Voces 8.
  7. Reger: Das Agnus Dei. Voces 8.
  8. Reger: Wir glauben an einen Gott. Voces 8.

10 pm - Sunday Night Late Program page
  1. Paul Stanhope: Geography songs. Sydney Chamber Choir/Paul Stanhope.
  2. Anton Rubinstein: Symphony No.2 in C, Op.42 - "Ocean". Slovak PO/Stephen Gunzenhauser.
  3. Max Bruch: Eight pieces, Op.83/5&8 Robert Chamberlain, pno., Marina Marsden, vln., Justine Marsden, vla.