Thursday, 11th July 2019


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Midnight - Notturno Program page
  1. Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique, Op.14. Sydney SO/Willem van Otterloo.
  2. Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D, Op.61. Maxim Vengerov, vln., London SO/Mstislav Rostropovitch.
  3. Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No.1 in D minor, Op.49. Beaux Arts Trio.
  4. Messiaen: Quartet for the End of Time. Pascal Moragues, cl., Trio Wanderer.
  5. Bliss: Checkmate, Ballet Suite. Royal Scottish NO/David Lloyd-Jones.
  6. Mozart: Horn Concerto No.3 in E Flat, K.447. Lin Jiang, horn, West Australian SO/Barry Tuckwell.
  7. Weber: Clarinet quintet in B flat, Op.34 (arr. clarinet & string orchestra). Sabine Meyer, cl., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Kenneth Sillito.
  8. Schumann: Album for the Young, Op.79. Sibylla Rubens, sop., Thomas Bauer, bar., Uta Hielscher, pno., Stefanie Iranyi, m-sop.
  9. Schubert: Fantasia in C, D.760 - The Wanderer. Elisabeth Leonskaja, pno.
  10. Saint-Saens: Bassoon Sonata in G, Op.168. Kim Walker, bsn., Julius Drake, pno.
  11. Debussy: Dances for harp and string orchestra. Nicanor Zabaleta, harp, Paul Kuentz CO/Paul Kuentz.

06 am - Daybreak Program page
  1. Welcome to Daybeak wth Margor Costanzo
  2. Vivaldi: Four seasons, Concerto in F minor, RV297, Winter. Simon Standage, vln., English Concert/Trevor Pinnock.
  3. Mussorgsky: Khovanshchina: Dawn on the Moscow River. West Australian SO/David Measham.
  4. Various: Three Coins in a Fountain. Mantovani Orch.
  5. Berlioz: La captive, Op.12. Dame Janet Baker, m-sop., City of London Sinfonia/Richard Hickox.
  6. Vedel: By the rivers of Babylon. Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir/Paul Hillier.
  7. Hindson: Nothing is forever. ACO Collective/Helena Rathbone.
  8. Glazunov: Ballade in F Major Op.78. USSR RSO/Odisseiy Dimitriedi.
  9. Mozart: Allegro in B Flat, K400. Alexei Lubimov, fortepiano.
  10. Elgar: Dream children, Op.43. Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Norman Del Mar.
  11. Haydn: L'Incontro improvviso, Overture. Haydn Sinfonietta Vienna/Manfred Huss.
  12. Scattolin: Four Songs for the Four Seasons. Spring Massimo Scattolin, gtr., Roberto Fabbriciani, fte.
  13. Verdi: Sicilian Vespers: Ballet of the Four Seasons. Spring Bologna Theatre Orch/Riccardo Chailly.
  14. Butterworth: The Banks of Green Willow. Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Norman Del Mar.
  15. Vierne: Pieces de Fantaisie, Suite No.3, Op.54: Evening Star. Daniel Chorzempa, org.
  16. Nilsson: Remember/Come in from the Rain. Barbara Cook, voc., /Wally Harper.
  17. Mobley: Avila and Tequila. Art Blakey, drums, Horace Silver, pno., Hank Mobley, sax., Doug Watkins, db.
  18. CAV
  19. Ravel: Piano Concerto in G. first Movement Louis Lortie, pno., London SO/Rafael Fruhbeck deBurgos.
  20. Finn (arr. Schulz): Four Seasons in One Day. Frock.
  21. Rautavaara: Suite de Lorca, Op.72. Schola Cantorum of Oxford/James Burton.
  22. Beethoven: Fidelio: Mir ist so wunderbar. Laszlo Polgar, bass, Barbara Bonney, sop., Charlotte Margiono, sop., Deon van der Walt, ten., CO of Europe/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
  23. Piazzolla: Four Seasons of Buenos Aires. Autumn Ensemble Liaison.
  24. Legrand: A Place in Paris. Michel Legrand, pno., Matt Monro, voc.

10 am - Morning Recital Program page
  1. Chopin: Piano Sonata No.2 in B flat minor, Op.35, 'Funeral March'. Ronald Farren-Price, pno.
  2. Mahler: Youths Magic Horn. Daniel Barenboim, pno., Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar.
  3. Ravel: Introduction & Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet and String Quartet. Geoffrey Collins, fte., Alice Giles, harp, Dean Newcomb, cl., Goldner String Quartet.
  4. Grainger: Six Settings of Rudyard Kipling. Stephen Varcoe, bar., Penelope Thwaites, pno.
  5. Telemann: Paris Quartets: Suite No.1 in E minor. Florilegium.

Midday - Divertimento Program page
  1. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (arr. Smith, Sandy):Magic Flute: Queen of the Night Aria. Kevin Crockford, cornet Grimethorpe Colliery Band .
  2. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Freundin! Ich komm' mit der Zither. Hermann Prey, bar., Peter Schreier, ten., Walter Berry, bass Convivium Musicum Munchen/Erich Keller.
  3. Arensky, Anton: Scherzo fr Piano trio No. 1 in D minor Op.32. Selby & Friends .
  4. Traditional: (arr. Cohn):Drink to me only with thine eyes. Erno Balogh, pno., Lotte Lehmann, sop.
  5. Lemmone, John: Serenade. David Miller, pno., Paul Curtis, fte.
  6. Kalman, Emmerich: Einmal mocht ich wieder tanzen fr Countess Maritza. Anneliese Rothenberger, sop., Nicolai Ghedda, ten., Bavarian State OPera Chorus, Graunke SO/Willy Mattes.
  7. Beethoven, Ludwig van: 1st (Vivace non troppo-Adagio espressivo & Prestissimo) fr Piano Sonata No.30 in E, Op.109. Stephen Kovacevich, pno.
  8. Rossini, Gioachino (arr. Sedlak, Wenzel): Calumny aria (slander is a little breeze) fr Barber of Seville, arranged for winds. Melbourne Windpower/Richard Runnels.
  9. Bernstein, Leonard: What's the use? fr Candide. Christa Ludwig, m-sop., Jerry Hadley, ten., June Anderson, sop., Nicolai Gedda, ten. London SO, London Symphony Chorus/Leonard Bernstein.
  10. Benjamin, Arthur: Humoresque. Ian Munro, pno., John Harding, vln.
  11. Moreno Torroba, Federico: Fandanquillo. Slava Grigoryan, gtr.
  12. Soutullo, Reveriano: Ya mis horas felices. Rolando Villazon, ten. Madrid Community Orch/Placido Domingo.

1 pm - Concert Hall Program page
  1. Delius: Violin Concerto. Tasmin Little, vln., Welsh National Opera Orch/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  2. Spohr: Symphony No.5 in C minor, Op.102. Slovak State PO/Alfred Walter.
  3. Koehne: Shaker Dances. Tasmanian SO/Richard Mills.
  4. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.15 in B Flat, K.450. Alfred Brendel, pno., Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  5. Bach: Orchestral suite No.1 in C, BWV1066. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  6. Weber: Clarinet concerto No.2 in E flat, Op.74. Sabine Meyer, cl., Dresden State Orch/Herbert Blomstedt.
  7. Beethoven: The Song of the Quail, WoO 129. Joerg Demus, pno., Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar.
  8. Delius: Air and Dance. English Northern Philharmonia/David Lloyd-Jones.
  9. Sarasate: Introduction & Tarantelle, Op.43. Piers Lane, pno., Tasmin Little, vln.

4 pm - Intermezzo Program page
  1. Verdi, Giuseppe: La forza del destino: Overture. La Scala PO/Riccardo Muti.
  2. Beethoven, Ludwig van: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, Op.37. Krystian Zimerman, pno. Vienna PO/Leonard Bernstein.
  3. Elgar, Sir Edward: As Torrents in Summer, Op.30. Iain Farrington, pno. Cambridge University Chamber Choir/Christopher Robinson.
  4. Bath, Hubert: Cornish Rhapsody. Isador Goodman, pno. Melbourne SO/Patrick Thomas.
  5. Gandolfi, Michael: Vientos Y Tangos, United States Marine Band / Lt.col. Michael J Colburn
  6. Boellmann, Leon: Suite Gothique, Op.25. Calvin Bowman, org.
  7. Chaplin, Charlie: Modern Times, Smile. Judy Garland, voc.
  8. Dvorak, Antonin: Symphony No.3 in E flat , Op.10, B34. Royal Liverpool PO/Libor Pesek.
  9. Gershwin, George: I Loves You Porgy, keith Jarrett, pno., The Melody at Night with You
  10. Guilmant, (Felix) Alexandre: Morceau symphonique, Op.88. Christian Lindberg, tbn. Bamberg SO/Leif Segerstam.
  11. Gorodovskaya, Vera: Kalinka. Edward Antonov, balalaika, Tom Buchanan, pno.
  12. Handel, George Frederic: Julius Caesar: V'adoro, pupille. Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, sop. Academy of Ancient Music/Christopher Hogwood.
  13. Stravinsky, Igor: Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1920) United States Marine Band / Col. Timothy W. Foley
  14. Massenet, Jules: Suite No.4, Scenes Pittoresques. New Zealand SO/Jean-Yves Ossonce.
  15. Rachmaninov, Sergei: Etude-Tableau in E flat minor, Op.39/5. Konstantin Shamray, pno.
  16. Mendelssohn, Felix: String Quartet No.2 in A minor, Op.13. Silvan Quartet .
  17. Korngold, Erich: Roses of Picardy. Armen Guzelimian, pno., Thomas Hampson, bar.
  18. Prokofiev, Sergei: Symphony No.1 in D, Op.25 - Classical. New York PO/Leonard Bernstein.
  19. Strauss Jnr: Magic bullets, quick polka, Op.326. Melbourne SO/Ola Rudner.
  20. Schubert, Franz: Notturno in E flat, D897. Seraphim Trio .
  21. Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich: Symphony No.6 in B minor, Op. 74, 'Pathetique'. Chicago SO/Claudio Abbado.
  22. Vaughan Williams, Ralph: Norfolk Rhapsody No.1. Melbourne SO/Sir Bernard Heinze.
  23. Tartini, Giuseppe: Violin concerto in E minor, D.56. Uto Ughi, vln. I Solisti Veneti/Claudio Scimone.

8 pm - Illuminations Program page
  1. Farrenc, Louise: Sextet in C minor Op.40, Allegro, Les Vents Francais, Eric Le Page, pno
  2. Farrenc, Louise: Etudes Op.26 No.17 in E flat minor, Jean-Frederic Neuburger, pno
  3. Farrenc, Louise: Nonet for strings and wind in E flat major, Op.38: Scherzo, Guillaume Sutre, vln. Miguel da Silva, vla. Francois Salque, vlc. Vincent Pasquier, db. Philippe Bernold, fte. Francois Leleux, ob. Romain Guyot, cl. Gilbert Audin, bsn. Andre Cazalet, horn.
  4. Farrenc, Louise: Symphony No.3 in G minor: Scherzo & Finale, North German Radio Symphony, Hannover/ Johannes Goritzki
  5. Chaminade, Cecile: Arabesque, Op.61, Danielle Laval, pno.
  6. Chaminade, Cecile: Flute Concertino in D for flute and piano, Op.107, James Galway, fte. Phillip Moll, pno.
  7. Chaminade, Cecile: L'Ondine, Op.107, Cecile Chaminade, pno.
  8. Bonis, Mel: Piano Quartet No.2 in D, Op.124: Finale, Mozart Piano Quartet
  9. Bonis, Mel: Eleve-toi mon ame, Marion Gomar, m-sop., Francoise Tillard, pno. Francine Trachier, vln.
  10. Bonis, Mel: Toccata for Organ, Op.97, Georges Lartigau, org.
  11. Boulanger, Lili: Nocturne for Violin and Piano, Olivier Charlier, vln. Emile Naoumoff, pno
  12. Boulanger, Lili: Faust et Helene, BBC Philharmonic/ Yan Pascal Tortelier
  13. Boulanger, Lili: Pie Jesu, Isabelle Sabrie, sop. Olivier Charlier, vln. Aude Perin Dureau, vln. Magali Demesse, vla. Raphaelle Semezis, vlc. Eric LeBrun, org. Francis Pierre, harp. Emille Naoumoff, cond.
  14. Tailleferre, Germaine: Arabesque for Clarinet and Piano, Victoria Soames Samek, cl. Julius Drake, pno.
  15. Tailleferre, Germaine: Suite for 6 Piano Pieces: No.6, Pastorale, Andrew West, pno.
  16. Tailleferre, Germaine: Six French Songs, No.1, Fidelity, Eniko Butkai, sop. Till Alexander Korber, pno.
  17. Tailleferre, Germaine: Piano Trio, 1916-17, revised 1978: Moderato, Tres anime, Morgensten Trio
  18. Tailleferre, Germaine: Sonata for Harp: Perpetuum Mobile, Valerie Milot, harp

10 pm - Theatretrack Program page
  1. SHOW BIZ RADIO: Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK - Celebrating 35 Years on 3MBS in 2019 - opening theme Sondheim: Overture -Merrily We Roll Along
  2. Bart: Overture/Food Glorious Food - Oliver
  3. Bricusse: Overture/I Wanna Be Rich - Stop the World-I Want to Get Off
  4. Bock: Overture/GoodMorning,Good Day - She Loves Me
  5. Bart: Oliver - (Title Song)
  6. Bart: I Shall Scream - Oliver
  7. Bricusse: Typically English - Stop the World-I Want to Get Off
  8. Bricusse: Lumbered - Stop the World-I Want to Get Off
  9. Bock: No More Candy - She Loves Me
  10. Bock: I Don't Know His Name - She Loves Me
  11. Bart: Boy For Sale - Oliver
  12. Bart: Consider Yourself - Oliver
  13. Bricusse: Glorious Russian - Stop the World-I Want to Get Off
  14. Bricusse: Gonna Build A Mountain - Stop the World-I Want to Get Off
  15. Bock: Will He Like Me? - She Loves Me
  16. Bart: Where Is Love? - Oliver
  17. Bock: Ilona - She Love Me
  18. Bricusse: Family Fugue - Stop the World-I Want to Get Off
  19. Bart: It's A Fine Life - Oliver
  20. Bock: Dear Friend - She Love Me
  21. Bricusse: Once In a Lifetime - Stop the World-I Want to Get Off
  22. Bricusse: Mumbo Jumbo - Stop the World-I Want to Get Off
  23. Bock: A Trip to the Library - She Loves Me
  24. Bart: I'd Do Anything - Oliver
  25. Bart: As Long As He Needs Me - Oliver
  26. Bock: She Loves Me - (Title Song)
  27. Bricusse: What Kind of Fool Am I? - Stop the World-I Want to Get Off
  28. Henry Sachwald's THEATRETRACK closing theme Richardson: Reach Out -The Grass Harp