Saturday, 17th August 2019


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Midnight - Notturno Program page
  1. Vaughan Williams, Ralph: A London Symphony (Symphony No.2). Melbourne SO/Christopher Seaman.
  2. Gershwin, George: A Foggy Day (In London Town). Kay Weber, voc. Bob Crosby and His Orch .
  3. Ireland, John: A London Overture. West Australian SO/David Measham.
  4. Dreyfus, George: Old Melbourne, for bassoon & guitar. George Dreyfus, bsn., Jochen Schubert, gtr.
  5. Sculthorpe, Peter: Child of Australia. Joan Carden, sop., John Howard, spkr. Australian Youth Orch, Sydney Philharmonia Choir/William Reid.
  6. Palestrina, G. P. da: Lamentations of Jeremiah 1-3. Ashley Stafford, alto., Christopher Keyte, bass, Ian Partridge, ten., James Griffett, ten., Michael George, bass, Neil Jenkins, ten., Stephen Roberts, bass, Timothy Penrose, alto. Pro Cantione Antiqua/Bruno Turner.
  7. Beethoven, Ludwig van: Quintet in E flat for piano and winds, Op.16. Ensemble Liaison .
  8. Bracanin, Philip: Clarinet Concerto. Floyd Williams, cl. Queensland SO/Richard Mills.
  9. Various: Airs De Cour. Christopher Roache, ten., Paul Bentley, ten., Rosemary Hodgson, lute, Stephen Grant, bass, Vivien Hamilton, sop.
  10. Nielsen, Carl: Sir Oluf He Rides, FS37. Henriette Bonde Hansen, sop., Jan Lund, ten., Jesper Vigant, spkr., Mette Nielsen, harp, Susanne Persson, m-sop. Aalborg SO, Danish National Opera Chorus/Tamas Veto.
  11. Bach, Johann Sebastian: Art of fugue, BWV1080. Kenneth Gilbert, hpschd.

08 am - Classically Kids Program page
  1. Vaughan, Dindy: Dandenong Ranges String Quartet No.1. Tailem Quartet .
  2. Vaughan, Dindy: Violin Sonata No.1. Mariana Green, vln., Michael Crisp, pno.
  3. Vaughan, Dindy: Dry Creek, Kilmore East. Anne Norman, shakuhachi .

08 am - Prima la Musica (Digital) Program page
  1. Scarlatti (arr. Groslot): Sonata in E, K380. Il Novecento/Robert Groslot.
  2. Conti: Languet anima mea. Magdalena Kozena, m-sop., Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel.
  3. Vanhal: Symphony in A minor. Salieri CO/Tamas Pal.
  4. de Coincy: Amours. The Harp Consort/Andrew Lawrence-King.
  5. Avitrano: Sonata decima La Maddaloni. Cappella della Pieta de' Turchini/Antonio Florio.
  6. Quantz: Trio sonata in C for recorder, violin and basso continuo. Clas Pehrsson, rec., Predrag Novovic, vln., Alf Petersen, db., Arnold Ostman, hpschd.
  7. Cecere: Concerto for mandolin and strings. Ugo Orlandi, mndln., I Solisti Aquilani/Vittorio Antonellini.
  8. Hassler: Pater Noster. Niederrheinische Chorgemeinschaft/Hartmut Schmidt.
  9. Rigel: Symphony in D minor, Op.21/2. Circle of Harmony/Jeremie Rhorer.
  10. Praetorius: In dulci jubilo. Musica Fiata, La Capella Ducale/Roland Wilson.
  11. de la Guerre: Presto, Adagio, Courante, Aria. Laura Vaughan, viola da gamba, David Macfarlane, hpschd., Ulrike Volkhardt, rec.
  12. Frescobaldi: Canzon Quinta a 4. His Majesty's Sagbutts and Cornetts.

09 am - Sounding Brass Program page
  1. Marquez, Arturo (arr. Broadbent, Alan): Danzon No.2. Foden's Band/Michael Fowles.
  2. Rive, Thomas: Redeeming Love. Salvation Army International Staff Band/Stephen Cobb.
  3. Mendelssohn, Felix (arr. Rimmer, William): Ruy Blas, Op.95, overture. Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  4. Parry, Sir Charles Hubert (arr. Graham, Peter): Dear Lord and Father of Mankind. Grimethorpe Colliery Band/Phillip McCann.
  5. Handel Music for the Royal Fire Works Track 8 9 and 10
  6. hello Dolly Jerry Herman Arranged: Klass van der Woude and Ray woodfeild
  7. McCartney, Paul (arr. Farr, Ray): Live and Let Die. Richard Poole, cornet Foden's Band/Michael Fowles.
  8. Street, Allan (arr. Rimmer, William): Kim. Richard Marshall, cornet Black Dyke Band/Nicholas J. Childs.
  9. Interview with : Andrew van Gamert Manninham Concert Band 24 August

10 am - The Romantics (Digital) Program page
  1. Mussorgsky (arr. Rimsky-Korsakov): Night on Bald Mountain. Philadelphia Orch/Riccardo Muti.
  2. Delius: The Song of the High Hills. Freda Hart, sop., Leslie Jones, ten., Royal PO, Luton Choral Society/Sir Thomas Beecham.
  3. Hill: Sacred Mountain. Melbourne SO/Wilfred Lehmann.
  4. Novak: In the Tatra Mountains, Op. 26. Carlsbad SO/Douglas Bostock.
  5. Moniuszko: The Fir Trees Rustle on Mountain Peaks. Grzegortz Caban, ten., Podlasie SO/Marek Kudlicki.
  6. Strauss Jnr: Mountain Songs, Op.18, waltz. CSSR State PO/Alfred Walter.
  7. Grieg: Six Norwegian Mountain Melodies, EG 108A. Einar Steen-Nokleberg, pno.
  8. d'Indy: Symphony on a French Mountain Song, Op.25. Duncan Gifford, pno., Tasmanian SO/Sebastian Lang-Lessing.

Midday - A Lunchtime Miscellany (Digital) Program page
  1. Busoni: Comic Overture, Op.38. London Symphony Chorus/Sir Charles Mackerras.
  2. Willson (arr. Anderson): Seventy-six Trombones. BBC Concert Orch/Leonard Slatkin.
  3. Wesley: Duet for Organ. Douglas Lawrence, org., Elizabeth Anderson, org.
  4. Traditional: Three English folk songs. Ormond College Choir/Douglas Lawrence.
  5. Meyerbeer: Four Torch Dances for Prussian Royal weddings: No.4 in C for welcome of Crown Prince. Radio PO of Hanover/Michail Jurowski.
  6. Bainton: Pavane, Idyll and Bacchanal. BBC PO/Paul Daniel.
  7. Telemann: Overture in C, TWV55:C3 'Hamburg Ebb and Flow'. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Sir Neville Marriner.
  8. Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor, Op.64. Daniel Hope, vln., CO of Europe/Thomas Hengelbrock.

1 pm - Vocal Chords Program page
  1. Bellini, Vincenzo: Norma: Casta Diva; Montserrat Caballe;Ambrosian Opera Chorus and London Philharmonia Orch; Carlo Felice Cillario
  2. Bellini, Vincenzo: Norma: O non tremare; Joan Sutherland, Marilyn Horne, Luciano Pavarotti;New York City Opera Orch;Richard Bonynge
  3. Bellini, Vincenzo: Norma: Mira, o Norma;'Zinka Milanov and Margaret Harshaw;Metropolitan Opera Orch;Dimitri Mitropoulos
  4. Bellini; Norma;Finale; Maria Callas, Franco Corelli, Nicola Zacaria;Orch e Coro del Teatro all Scala, Milano
  5. Bellini, Vincenzo: Norma. Giuseppe Giacomini, ten., Paul Plishka, bass, Renata Scotto, sop., Tatiana Troyanos, m-sop. Ambrosian Opera Chorus, National PO/James Levine.
  6. Bellini, Vincenzo: Norma. Ebe Stignani, m-sop., Gina Cigna, sop., Giovanni Breviario, ten., Tancredi Pasero, bass Orch e Coro dell' EIAR di Torino/Vittorio Gui.

2 pm - Saturday Afternoon Concert Program page
  1. Haydn: Symphony No. 83 in G minor, Hob.I:83, 'The Hen'. OAE/Sigiswald Kuijken.
  2. Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto No.1 in G minor, Op.25. Lang Lang, pno., Chicago SO/Daniel Barenboim.
  3. Mozart: Mass No.18 in C minor, 'Great', K427. Peter Schreier, ten., Barbara Hendricks, sop., Janet Perry, sop., Benjamin Luxon, bar., Berlin PO, Vienna Singverein/Herbert von Karajan.

4 pm - Piano Notes Program page
  1. Weber: Concert piece in F minor, Op.79. Steven Mayer, pno.
  2. Roslavetz: Five Preludes. Christophe Sirodeau, pno.
  3. Beethoven: Seven Bagatelles, Op.33. Natasha Vlassenko, pno.
  4. Kabalevsky (arr. Yu): Pieces for children. Michael Kieran Harvey, pno., Julian Yu, pno.
  5. Scriabin: 2 Impromptus, Op.7. Gordon Fergus-Thompson, pno.
  6. Grainger: Danish Folk Music Suite. Penelope Thwaites, pno.

6 pm - The World of Baroque Program page
  1. Nicola Porpora 333rd Birthday 19 August -1686.
  2. Porpora: Cello Sonata No. 2 in G Minor. Adriano Maria Fazio, cello. Kararzyna Solecka,vln. Anna Camporini, cello. Pedro Alcacer, theorbo. Lorenzo Profita, h'chord.
  3. Porpora: Aria from Adrianna e Teseo, "Mira in cielo". Philippe Jaroussky, c/ten. Venice Baroque/ Andrea Marcon, dir.
  4. Porpora: Sinfonia in C for Cello, Violin and B.C. La Ritirata/ Josetxu Obregon, dir.
  5. Porpora: Cantata, "Ecco che il primo albore". Max Emmanuel CenCic, c/ten. Les Arts Florissants/ Willian Christie, dir.
  6. Porpora: Sinfonia a tre in G minor. Europa Galante/ Fabio Biondi.
  7. Porpora: Aria from Germanico in Germania,"Se dopo ria procella". Simone Kermis, sop. La Magnifica Comunite/ Isabella Longo, dir.
  8. Porpora: 'Alto Giove', from Polifemo, arranged for cello. La Folia Baroque/ Jan Vogler, cello & Dir.
  9. Porpora: Aria from Filandro. "Terra e questa…". Flavio Ferri-Benedetti, c/ten. Il Basilico/ Eva Saladin, dir.
  10. Porpora: Cello Concerto in G. Jan Vogler, cello & Dir. La Folia Baroque.
  11. Porpora: Polifemo: Oh volesser gli Dei. Vivica Genaux, m-sop., Academy for Ancient Music Berlin/Rene Jacobs.
  12. Porpora: Cello Sonata No.5 in C minor. Adriano Maria Fazio, cello. Kararzyna Solecka,vln. Anna Camporini, cello. Pedro Alcacer, theorbo. Lorenzo Profita, h'chord.

8 pm - Great Makers of Music Program page
  1. The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
  2. Fischer: Overture No.4 in D Minor. Tasmanian Symphony Chamber Players/Geoffrey Lancaster.
  3. Taubert: Piano Concerto No.1 in E, Op.18. Howard Shelley, pno., Tasmanian SO/Howard Shelley.
  4. Mendelssohn: Symphony No.1 in C minor, Op.11. Tasmanian SO/Sebastian Lang-Lessing.
  5. Verdi: A Masked Ball: Act II Prelude. Rita Hunter, sop., Tasmanian SO/Dobbs Franks.
  6. Westlake: Antarctica Suite. Timothy Kain, gtr., Tasmanian SO/David Porcelijn.
  7. Chaplin (arr. Lyall): Smile. Barry Tuckwell, horn, Tony Gould, pno., Graeme Lyall, sax., Tasmanian SO, Rhythm Section/Graeme Lyall.