Sunday, 17th March 2019


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02 am - Sunday Notturno Program page
  1. Prokofiev: Symphony No.1 in D, Op.25 - Classical. Orch Ensemble Kanazawa/Hiroyuki Iwaki.
  2. Hummel: Variations in F, Op.97. Christopher Hinterhuber, pno., Gavle SO/Uwe Grodd.
  3. Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade, Op.35. Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki.
  4. Handel (arr. Tarkmann): "Voli per l'Aria", Concerto for oboe, strings* and b.c.. Albrecht Mayer, oboe, Sinfonia Varsovia.
  5. Gossec: Symphony in D, Sinfonia periodique a piu strumenti, Brook 87. Orchestre de Bretagne/Stefan Sanderling.
  6. Carmichael: Puppet Show. Carlos Lama, pno., Sofia Cabruja, pno.
  7. Rutter: Five Meditations for Orchestra. Royal PO/John Rutter.
  8. Haydn: Mass in D minor, "Nelson", Hob XXII:11. Simon Preston, org., Tom Krause, bar., Helen Watts, contr., Wilfred Brown, ten., Sylvia Stahlman, sop., London SO/Sir David Willcocks.
  9. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.21 in C, K.467. Daniel Barenboim, pno., English CO/Daniel Barenboim.
  10. Bruch: Octet in B flat, Op.posth.. Zsolt Fejervari, db., Kodaly Quartet, Auer Quartet.
  11. Falla: Love the Magician. Daniel Ligorio, pno.

07 am - Hymns Old and New Program page
  1. arr Vaughan Williams: Teach me, my God and King. Cardiff Festival Chorus
  2. Trad (plainsong): Tantum ergo sacramentum. Monks of Glenstall Abbey
  3. Walford Davies: God be in my head. Truro Cathedral Choir
  4. Muller: Take my life and let it be...... St Michael's Singers, Coventry
  5. from Handel: My God, I love thee, not because I hope for heaven thereby. Ely Cathedral Choir
  6. Gauntlett: Oft in danger, oft in woe. Choir of St Paul's Church, Burwood (Sydney)
  7. Sharp: God! When human bonds are broken. Choral Scholars, Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle
  8. Gelineau: Out of the depths cry to you, O Lord. Choir of Trinity College Melbourne
  9. Schutte: I, the Lord of sea and sky. St Patrick's Cathedral Choir Melbourne.
  10. Attrib. Herbst (arr Oxley): Forty days and forty nights. Chichester Cathedral Choir

07 am - Organ and Choral Music Program page
  1. Bach: Ach, was soll ich Sunder machen, BWV770, (Partita). Peter Hurford, org.
  2. Trad. (arr. Tomlinson): Early one morning; Charlie is my darling; Arne: Where the bee sucks. Elizabeth Harwood, sop., Owen Brannigan, bar.; Hendon Grammar School Choir, Pro Arte Orch/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  3. Elgar: Salut d'amour; Lemare: Gavotte a la Coeur Op.84. Thomas Heywood, org.
  4. Howells: I said I will take heed of my ways (Psalm 39). Durham Cathedral Choir/James Lancelot
  5. Sweelinck: Domine Deus meus in te sperabo. Trinity College Choir, Cambridge/Richard Marlow.
  6. Liszt: Ave Maria. David Agg, org.
  7. Mudd: Let thy merciful ears....; Farrant: Call to remembrance. Clare College Chapel Choir
  8. Peeters: Monastic Peace Op.16a. James Hicks, org.
  9. Tansu'r: O 'twas a joyful sound to hear; Holden: Descend, ye nine! His Majestie's Clerkes/Paul Hillier
  10. Hollins: Intermezzo. David Liddle, org.
  11. Dreyfus: Children and Mothers song; We're off to dig golden dust. , Rosny Children's Choir; Tasmanian SO/Georg Tintner.

09 am - Morning Classics Program page
  1. Mendelssohn: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Overture, Op.21. Tasmanian SO/Sebastian Lang-Lessing.
  2. Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals. Alexis Weissenberg, pno., Aldo Ciccolini, pno., Jacques Cazauran, db., Michel Debost, fte., Robert Cordier, vlc., Conservatoire Concert Society Orch/Georges Pretre.
  3. Sullivan (arr. Mackerras): Cello Concerto in D. Julian Lloyd Webber, vlc., London SO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  4. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G, BWV1048. Orch of the Antipodes/Anna McDonald.
  5. Stravinsky: The Firebird Suite. Concertgebouw Orch, Amsterdam/Bernard Haitink.
  6. Boccherini: Symphony in D, Op.12/1. New Philharmonia Orch/Raymond Leppard.

11 am - Music for Strings Program page
  1. Vieuxtemps: Cello concerto No.1 in A minor, Op.46. Heinrich Schiff, vlc., Stuttgart RSO/Sir Neville Marriner.
  2. Boccherini: String Quartet in D, Op.32/3, G.203. Quartetto Borciani.
  3. Carr-Boyd: Mandolin Music. Sydney Mandolins/Adrian Hooper.

Midday - A Lunchtime Miscellany Program page
  1. Delibes: Sylvia: Cortege de Bacchus. Slovak PO/Richard Hayman.
  2. Gottschalk (arr. Kay): Grande Tarantelle, Op. 67. Reid Nibley, pno., Utah SO/Maurice Abravanel.
  3. Kabalevsky: The Comedians, Op.26. Bavarian State Orch/Wolfgang Sawallisch.
  4. Delibes: Lakme: Flower Duet. Glenys Fowles, sop., Heather Begg, m-sop., Melbourne SO/Richard Bonynge.
  5. Sarasate: Carmen Fantasy, Op.25. Zhen-rong Wang, vln., Societe d'orch de Bienne/Fabrizio Ventura.
  6. Taubert: Piano Concerto No.1 in E, Op.18. Howard Shelley, pno., Tasmanian SO/Howard Shelley.
  7. Haydn: Symphony No. 66 in B flat, Hob.1:66. Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia/Bela Drahos.
  8. Lehar (arr. Lanchbery): Exc: The Merry Widow (arr. for ballet). State Orch of Victoria/John Lanchbery.

2 pm - Sunday Afternoon Program page
  1. Anonymous (arr. Hoxbro): Upon a Time, a Medieval Fable - Estampie. Genevieve Lacey, rec., Poul Hoxbro, tabor & pipe.
  2. Various: Songs of Food and Wine from Italy, c.1390-c.1500. The Orlando Consort.
  3. Spohr: Symphony No.6 in G, Op.116, Historical Symphony in the style and taste of four different periods.. Italian Swiss Orch/ Howard Shelley.
  4. Khachaturian: Piano Concerto in D flat, Op.38. Moura Lympany, pno., London PO/ Anatole Fistoulari.
  5. Stanhope: Australian Fantasia. David Stanhope and His Orchestra.
  6. Fine Music from 3MBS, Classically Melbourne..

4 pm - Reflections Program page
  1. Reflections with Hugh Mackay
  2. Beethoven: Piano Trio No.7 in B flat, Op.97, 'Archduke'. Macquarie Trio. (Kathryn Selby. pno., Charmain Gadd, vln., Michael Goldschlager, vlc.)
  3. Haydn: Trumpet Concerto in E flat, Hob.VIIe:1. 2nd Movement, Andante, Hakan Hardenberger, tpt., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  4. Bononcini: Per la gloria di adorarvi (For the glory of adoring you...). Luciano Pavarotti, ten., Bologna Theatre Orch/Richard Bonynge.
  5. Stanford: Beati quorum via, Op.38/3. City of London Sinfonia, Cambridge Singers/John Rutter.
  6. Bach: Keyboard Concerto in D, BWV1054, 3rd Movt. Andrei Gavrilov, pno., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner
  7. Walton: Henry V: Touch her soft lips and part. Bournemouth SO/Andrew Litton.

5 pm - Recent Releases Program page
  1. Fazil Say: 1001 Nights in the Harem Iraz Yildiz ORF Vienna Radio Symphony orchestra conducted by Howard Griffiths
  2. Symphony No.3 - Gorecki Lento E Largo - Movement 2
  3. Excepts Hans Zimmer A symphonic Celebration The Dark Knight, Gladiator
  4. Concerto De aranjuez Slava & Leonard Grigoryan

6 pm - Melbourne in Concert Program page
  1. From Venice to Madrid with Melbourne Chamber Orchestra/William Hennessy and guest artist Christoph Denoth (gtr); Daylesford Town Hall; 15/9/2018. (Recorded for 3MBS by Steve Bullock)
  2. Turina: La oracion del torero, Op.34
  3. Boccherini: Quintet in G major for guitar and string orchestra (mvts 3 and 4)
  4. Vivaldi: Guitar Concerto in D, RV93
  5. Albeniz: Leyenda
  6. Malats: Serenata (arr. Denoth for guitar and string orchestra)
  7. Albeniz: Espana (arr. Buc for string orchestra)
  8. Granados: Danzas Espanolas, Op.37 (arr. Buc for string orchestra)
  9. Albeniz: Espana: Tango in D, Op.165/2

8 pm - Choral Masterworks Program page
  1. Mendelssohn: Paulus Op.36. Theo Adam, bass, Hans-Peter Blochwitz, ten., Gundula Janowitz, sop., Rosemarie Lang, sop., Leipzig Radio Choir, Gewandhaus Children's Choir, Gewandhaus Orch/Kurt Masur.
  2. Berlioz: Eight scenes of Faust, Op.1. John Mark Ainsley, ten., Pierre-Vincent Plante, cor ang., Susanne Mentzer, m-sop., Susan Graham, m-sop., Philip Cokorinos, bar., Davis Joachim, gtr., Montreal SO, Montreal Symphonic Choir/Charles Dutoit.
  3. Boyd: As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams. Sydney Chamber Choir/Nicholas Routley.
  4. Ligeti: Lux aeterna. Clare College Choir/Timothy Brown.

10 pm - Sunday Night Late Program page
  1. Anne Boyd: As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams. Sydney Chamber Choir/Nicholas Routley.
  2. Judith Weir: Ardnamurchan Point Aura Go, pno., Tomoe Kawabata, pno.
  3. Arthur Benjamin: Symphony No.1. Queensland SO/Christopher Lyndon-Gee.
  4. Tony Gould: The Subtlety of Time. Tony Gould, pno., Graeme Lyall, sax., David Jones, perc., Nick Haywood, db., Stonnington SO/Michael Lichnovsky.
  5. Deborah Cheetham: Eumeralla Prelude. Australian String Quartet.
  6. Rebecca Clarke: Midsummer Moon for Violin and Piano. Caroline Almonte, pno., Elizabeth Sellars, vln.
  7. Michelangelo Galilei: Toccata / Volta 1 / Volta 2 / Volta 3 Rosemary Hodgson, lute.