Friday, 16th August 2019


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Midnight - Notturno Program page
  1. Mahler, Gustav: Symphony No.9 in D. Royal Concertgebouw Orch/Bernard Haitink.
  2. Strauss R: Lieder. Anne Sofie von Otter, m-sop., Bengt Forsberg, pno.
  3. Beethoven, Ludwig van: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat, Op.73, 'Emperor'. Krystian Zimerman, pno. Vienna PO/Leonard Bernstein.
  4. Corelli, Arcangelo (arr. Barbirolli, John): Oboe Concerto in A. Anthony Camden, oboe City of London Sinfonia/Nicholas Ward.
  5. Barbirolli, John: Concerto in C Minor on Themes of Pergolesi. Anthony Camden, oboe City of London Sinfonia/Nicholas Ward.
  6. Hart, Fritz: The Bush, Op.59. Melbourne SO/Richard Divall.
  7. Dvorak, Antonin: Rusalka: Song to the Moon. Renee Fleming, sop. London SO/Sir Georg Solti.
  8. Rossini, Gioachino: William Tell, Overture. New York PO/Leonard Bernstein.
  9. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Clarinet Concerto in A, K622. Karl Leister, cl. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  10. Saint-Saens, Camille: Violin Concerto No.3 in B minor, Op.61. Gil Shaham, vln. New York PO/Giuseppe Sinopoli.
  11. Bizet, Georges: Clovis and Clotilde. Boris Martinovic, bass, Gerard Garino, ten., Monserrat Caballe, sop. Lille NO/Jean-Claude Casadesus.
  12. Shostakovich, Dmitri: Ballet Suite No.3. Royal Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi.
  13. Chopin, Frederick (arr. Posse, Wilhelm): Etude in A flat, Op.25/1. Elizabeth Hainen, harp .

06 am - Daybreak Program page
  1. Scarlatti A: Concerto Grosso No. 6 in E. European Community CO/Eivind Aadland.
  2. Infante: Ritmo: Dances andalouses. Katia Labeque, pno., Marielle Labeque, pno.
  3. Liszt (arr. Hubay): Valse oubliee in F sharp, S215/1. Chris Nicholls, vln., Jonathan Ayerst, pno.
  4. Handel: Xerxes - Ombra mai fu. Kenneth McKellar, ten., ROHO/Sir Adrian Boult.
  5. Mangoré: Exc. Preludio Op.5/1 & Choro da Saudade. Steve Kostelnik, gtr.
  6. Thomas: Mignon: Au soufflet leger du vent. RCA Victor Orch, Robert Shaw Chorale/Renato Cellini.
  7. Vivaldi: Recorder concerto in A minor, RV108. Laszlo Kecskemeti, rec., Chamber Ensemble.
  8. Sousa: With Pleasure - Dance Hilarious. Royal Artillery Band/Keith Brion.
  9. Gottschalk: Souvenirs d'Andalousie, Op.22. Cecile Licad, pno.
  10. Straus O: La Ronde: Concert waltz. Budapest Strauss SO/Alfred Walter.
  11. Mozart: Rondo in E Flat, K371. Peter Damm, horn, Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  12. Boccherini: String Trio in E flat, Op.47/4. Fabio Biondi, vln., Maurizio Naddeo, vlc., Angelo Bartoletti, vla.
  13. Bach: Fifth M'ment. English Suite No.2 in A minor, BWV807. Angela Hewitt, pno.
  14. Sullivan: Musical Maidens are We.The Rose of Persia , Hanover Band, Southwark Voices/Tom Higgins.
  15. Palmer: Exc: The Ruritanian Dances. Cove CO/Stephen Williams.
  16. Rossini: Sinfonia al Conventello, Overture. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  17. Arensky: Finale: Egyptian Nights, Op.50. Moscow SO/Dmitry Yablonsky.
  18. Grieg: Holberg Suite, Op.40 - Musette and Gavotte. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  19. Mozart: 3rd.M'ment: Violin Sonata No.33 in E Flat, K.481. Takako Nishizaki, vln., Jeno Jando, pno.
  20. Chopin (arr. Rutter): Nocturne in B flat minor, Op.9/1. Jane Rutter, fte., Gerard Willems, pno.
  21. BEETHOVEN [standby CD6545 choose from T1-4]
  22. C.A.V. & WEATHER.
  23. Loewe: Ascot Gavotte. My Fair Lady. Rex Harrison, Studio Orch/ Studio Conductor.
  24. Anderson: The Syncopated Clock. Richard Hayman and His Orch/Richard Hayman.
  25. Anderson: Trumpeter's Lullaby. Richard Hayman and His Orch/Richard Hayman.
  26. Smetana: Overture - Bartered Bride. Melbourne SO/Jorge Mester.
  27. Grainger: The Nightingale and the Two Sisters. Academy of St Martin in the Fields.
  28. Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor: Chi mi frena in tal momento?. Dame Joan Sutherland, sop., Clifford Grant, bass, Patricia Price, m-sop., Malcolm Donnelly, bar., Richard Greager, ten., Sergei Baigildin, ten., Australian Opera Chorus, Elizabethan Sydney Orch/Richard Bonynge.
  29. Raff: Presto . Octet in C for Strings, Op.176. Academy of St Martin in the Fields.
  30. Hiller: 3rd.M'ment.Piano Concerto in A flat 'Espressivo', Op.170. Howard Shelley, pno., Tasmanian SO/Howard Shelley.
  31. Lachner: Ball-Suite in D Major, Op.170. Slovak State PO/Alfred Walter.

10 am - Morning Recital Program page
  1. Bizet, Georges (arr. Griffiths, David): Carmen Fantasy. Ensemble Liaison .
  2. Ireland, John: Five Poems by Thomas Hardy. Iain Burnside, pno., Roderick Williams, bar.
  3. Cimarosa, Domenico: Concertante in G for Flute and Oboe. Aurele Nicolet, fte., Heinz Holliger, oboe Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Kenneth Sillito.
  4. Spohr, Louis: Duo in E minor, Op.13. Reiad Chibah, vla., Vaughan Jones, vln.
  5. Rodrigo, Joaquin: Three Spanish Pieces. Hamish Strathdee .
  6. Grainger, Percy: In a Nutshell, Suite. David Stanhope, pno., Leslie Howard, pno.
  7. Stanford, Sir Charles: Irish Rhapsody No.5 in G minor, Op.147. Ulster Orch/Vernon Handley.

Midday - Divertimento Program page
  1. Auric: Overture. London SO/Antal Dorati.
  2. Telemann: Sinfonia in F. John Wallace, tpt., English String Orch/William Boughton.
  3. Goodall: The Vicar of Dibley - Psalm 23. Jane Sheldon, sop., Sinfonia Australis, Cantillation/David Stanhope.
  4. Borodin: In the Steppes of Central Asia. Philharmonia Orch/Geoffrey Simon.
  5. Ketelbey: Bells across the Meadows. Philharmonia Orch/John Lanchbery.
  6. Chopin: Mazurka in B minor, Op.33/4. Isador Goodman, pno.
  7. Rodgers: Shall We Dance? from The King and I. Barbara Cook, voc., Theodore Bikel, voc.
  8. Lumbye: Queen Louise's Waltz. Danish RSO/Gennady Rozhdestvensky.
  9. Phillips (arr. Hayman): Battlestar Galactica (Main Themes). Richard Hayman and His Orch/Richard Hayman.

1 pm - Concert Hall Program page
  1. Sibelius: Karelia Overture, Op.10. Finnish RSO/Jukka-Pekka Saraste.
  2. Berwald: Piano Concerto in D. Marian Migdal, pno., Royal PO/Ulf Bjorlin.
  3. Nielsen: Symphony No.1 in G Minor, Op.7, FS16. San Francisco SO/Herbert Blomstedt.
  4. Grieg (arr. Tognetti): String Quartet in G minor, Op.27 (arr. String orchestra). Australian CO/Richard Tognetti.

7 pm - Singers and Songs Program page
  1. Thomas, Ambroise: Mignon: Je suis Titania. Beverley Sills, sop. Ambrosian Opera Chorus, Royal PO/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  2. Mahler, Gustav: Songs of a Wayfarer. David Lutz, pno., Thomas Hampson, bar.
  3. Pacini, Giovanni: Stella di Napoli: Where are you, cruel man. Joyce DiDonato, m-sop. Lyon Opera Chorus, Lyon Opera Orch/Riccardo Minasi.
  4. Meyerbeer, Giacomo: Le Prophete: O Pretres de Baal…O toi qui mábandonne. Marilyn Horne, m-sop. Royal Opera House Orch. Covent Garden/Henry Lewis.
  5. Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich: Eugene Onegin. Kuda, kuda "Lensky's aria" Neil Shicoff, ten., Gunter Emmerlich, bs. Dresden State Orch, Leipzig Radio Choir/James Levine.
  6. Verdi, Giuseppe: Aida: O patria mia. Leontyne Price, sop. Rome Opera House Orch/Oliviero de Fabritiis.

8 pm - Colours of Jazz Program page
  1. Creamer/Layton: After you've gone. Benny Goodman (clarinet), Teddy Wilson (piano), Gene Krupa (drums)
  2. Jolson/De Sylva/Rose: Avalon. Benny Goodman (clarinet), Lionel Hampton (vibes), Teddy Wilson (piano), Gene Krupa (drums)
  3. Porter: Let's do it. Peggy Lee (vocal), Benny Goodman Orchestra
  4. Arlen/Mercer: Blues in the Night. Peggy Lee (vocal), Benny Goodman Sextet
  5. Monk: I mean you. Thelonious Monk (piano), Gerry Mulligan (baritone sax), Wilbur Ware (bass), Shadow Wilson (drums)
  6. Wyche/Watts: Well alright, OK you win. Moovin and Groovin Orchestra
  7. Schroder: Big Bands are Back. Moovin and Groovin Orchestra
  8. Swan: When your lover has gone. Bjarne Nerem (tenor saxophone), Lars Sjosten (piano), Kare Garnes (bass), Spike Wells (drums)
  9. Howard: In other words (Fly me to the Moon). Peggy Lee (vocal), String orchestra
  10. Bart/Howard/Cypres: Fly me to the Moon. Oscar Peterson (piano), Sam Jones (bass), Bob Durham (drums)
  11. Stept: When they ask about you. Ernie Andrews (vocal), Jazz Ensemble
  12. Turner/Johnson: Wee Baby Blues. Joe Turner (vocal), Jazz Ensemble
  13. Carter: The Wiggle Walk. The United States Army Field Band
  14. Ahlert/Turk: I'll get by. Peggy Lee (vocal), Jazz Ensemble
  15. Hatch: Call Me. Peggy Lee (vocal), Jazz Orchestra
  16. Washington/Young: Sttella by Starlight. Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), James Morrison (trombone), Cedar Walton (piano), Rufus Reid (bass), Mickey Roker (drums)
  17. Lee/Barbour: I don't know enough about you. Jeanie Bryson (vocal), Jazz Ensemble
  18. Ellington/Lee: I'm gonna go fishin 'Jeanie Bryson (vocal), Jazz Ensemble
  19. Towner: Staircase. Ralph Towner (guitar)
  20. Marks/Charles: It takes a long train with a red caboose. Janet Seidel (vocal), Jazz Ensemble
  21. Bock/Weiss: Mr Wonderful. Janet Seidel (vocal), Jazz Quartet
  22. Grusin: the heart is a lonely hunter. Dave Grusin (solo piano)
  23. Mandel/Lee: The Shining Sea. Scott Hamilton (tenor sax), Alan Broadbent (piano), Bob Maize (bass), Roy McCurdy (drums), String Orchestra

10 pm - Australian Sounds Program page
  1. Bartsch, Nat: Arpeggia. Nat Bartsch Trio .
  2. Vine, Carl: Oboe Concerto. Diana Doherty, oboe Tasmanian SO/Ola Rudner.
  3. Tozer, Geoffrey: Suite No.2 in F. Lachlan Redd, pno.
  4. Barton, William: I Dream of Sacred .. I Am My Dream. William Barton, didjeridu Southern Cross Soloists .
  5. Cartridge, Helen: The Journey of the Harp. Megan Reeve, harp .
  6. Butler, Cam: Save My Soul, Symphony No.3. Andrea Keeble, vla., Andy Papadopoulos, db., Caerwen Martin, vlc., Cam Butler, electric guitar, Ceridan Davies, vla., Mark Dawson, drums Unnamed Orch/Benjamin Northey.
  7. Martin, Caerwen: The Beauty of Now. Aaron Barnden, vln., Peter Doomsday, pno.