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24th October

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  • Lai, Jasmine: '2020' for Piano, String quintet and timpani (No performer details)
  • Vivaldi, Antonio: Flute Concerto in C minor RV441 (excerpts). Carolyn Morris, pno., William Hardy, rec.
  • Rose, Peter: I'd rather be in Philadelphia. William Hardy, rec.
  • Kats-Chernin, Elena: Re-invention No.3 (based on Invention No.13 in A minor by J.S.Bach). Carolyn Morris, pno., William Hardy, rec.
  • Schubert, Franz: Die schoene Muellerin, D795, Op.25, excerpts. Leigh Harrold, pno., Robert McFarlane, ten.
  • Donizetti, Gaetano: Rita: Allegro io son'. Leigh Harrold, pno., Robert McFarlane, ten.
  • Britten, Benjamin: Albert Herring: Albert the Good. Leigh Harrold, pno., Robert McFarlane, ten.
  • Beethoven, Ludwig van: Piano Sonata No.23 in F minor, Op.57, 'Appassionata':1st mvt.. Jennifer Li, pno.
  • Chopin, Frederick: Ballade No.1 in G minor, Op.23. Jennifer Li, pno.
  • Stravinsky, Igor: Etude in F sharp, Op.7/4. Jennifer Li, pno.
  • Puccini, Giacomo: La Rondine - Il bel sogno di Doretta. Dale Ringland, pno., Milica Ilic, sop.
  • Rossini, Gioachino: Semiramide: Bel Raggio. Dale Ringland, pno., Milica Ilic, sop.
  • Massenet, Jules: Thais: Dis-moi que je suis. Dale Ringland, pno., Milica Ilic, sop.
  • Beethoven, Ludwig van: Violin Sonata in A, Op.12/2. Stefan Cassomenos, pno., Xenia Deviatkina-Loh, vln.
  • Shostakovich, Dmitri: Four Preludes from Op.34. Stefan Cassomenos, pno., Xenia Deviatkina-Loh, vln.
  • Ysaye, Eugene: Caprice after a study in the form of a waltz by Saint-Saens, Op.52. Stefan Cassomenos, pno., Xenia Deviatkina-Loh, vln.
  • Thorn, Benjamin: Voice of the Crocodile. Carolyn Morris, pno., William Hardy, rec.

  • 17th October

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  • Widor, Charles-Marie: Ouverture Portugaise. Harold Fabrikant, org. Melbourne University SO/ Richard Davis.
  • Vivaldi, Antonio: Concerto in C, RV558, 'Con molti stromenti'. The English Concert/ Trevor Pinnock.
  • Haydn, Franz Joseph: Symphony No. 31 in D, Hob.I:31 - Hornsignal. Concentus Musicus Vienna/ Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
  • Glazunov, Alexander: Scenes de Ballet in A, Op.52. Minnesota Orch/ Edo de Waart.
  • Dvorak, Antonin: Slavonic Dances, Op.72, B147 - Nos. 5-8. Peter Toperczer, pno, Marian Lapsansky, pno.
  • Widor, Charles-Marie: Symphony No.5 in F minor, Op.42/1: Toccata. Rosalinde Haas, org.

  • 10th October

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  • Sullivan, Sir Arthur: Patience Overture. Pro Arte Orch/ Sir Malcolm Sargent
  • Harty, Sir Hamilton: In Ireland - Fantasy for Flute, Harp & Orchestra. Colin Fleming, fte., Denise Kelly, harp Ulster Orch/ Bryden Thomson.
  • Handel, George Frederic (arr. Harty, Sir Hamilton): Water Music - Suite. Ulster Orch/ Bryden Thomson.
  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Concerto for Flute and Harp in C, K299. Claude Monteux, fte., Osian Ellis, harp Academy of St Martin in the Fields/ Sir Neville Marriner.
  • Sullivan, Sir Arthur: Symphony in E, Irish. Royal Liverpool PO/ Sir Charles Groves
  • Field, John: Nocturne No.1 in E flat; Nocturne No.2 in C minor; Midi (Midday) in E. John O''Conor, pno.
  • Traditional (arr. Diarmuid O'Leary & The Bards): Carrickfergus. The Bards

  • 3rd October

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  • Hummel, Johann: Adagio, Theme and Variations in F, Op. 102. Diana Doherty, oboe Queensland SO/ Werner Andreas Albert.
  • Pillney, Karl Hermann: Escapades on the street song "What are you doing with your knee, dear Jack?" Ernst Gunter Scherzer, pno, NW German PO/ Werner Andreas Albert
  • Fox, John: Countryside Suite. Royal Ballet Sinfonia/ Gavin Sutherland.
  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Requiem in D Minor, K.626 - Lacrimosa. Sydney Philharmonia Orch, Sydney Philharmonia Symphonic Choir/ Antony Walker.
  • Sussmayr, Franz Xaver: Das Namenfest (The Name-Day - Grandfather's Birthday Celebration) - excerpts. Budapest SO, Hungarian Radio & TV Children's Choir/ Laszlo Csanyi.
  • Giuliani, Mauro: Grande Serenade, Op.82. Nora Shulman, fte., Norbert Kraft, gtr.
  • Traditional: A bird comes a'flying. Richard Tauber, ten., Mischa Spolianski, pno.
  • Ochs, Siegfried: Humorous Variations on "A bird comes a'flying". NW German PO/ Werner Andreas Albert.

  • 26th September

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  • Schubert, Franz: Im Fruhling, D882. Elly Ameling, sop., Joerg Demus, pno.
  • Vivaldi, Antonio: Four Seasons, Op.8/1-4. Patrick Stewart, spkr., Musica Anima/ Arnie Roth, vln.
  • Stanhope, David: Australian Fantasia. David Stanhope & His Orchestra.
  • Schubert, Franz: Fantasy in F minor, D.940. Christoph Eschenbach, Justus Franz, pno duet.
  • Rossini, Gioachino: La Boutique fantasque: Excerpts. Royal PO/ Sir Eugene Goossens
  • Chopin, Frederick: Etudes, Op.10 No.4 in C sharp minor. David Stanhope, pno.
  • Godowsky, Leopold: Studies on Chopin's Etudes Op.10: No.6 in C sharp minor (left hand only). David Stanhope, pno.

  • 19th September

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  • Vivaldi, Antonio/Daniels, Eddie: Four seasons, concerto in E, RV269, Spring, 1st mvt. Eddie Daniels, cl, Fred Hersch, pno, Allan Walley, db, Martin Drew, perc, Philharmonia Orch/ Ettore Strata.
  • Mendelssohn, Felix: Violin Concerto in E minor, Op.64. Itzhak Perlman, vln, London SO/ Andre Previn.
  • Weber, Carl Maria von: Clarinet Quintet in B flat, Op.34. Eddie Daniels, cl. The Composers String Quartet.
  • Corrette, Michel: Laudate Dominum. Colette Alliot-Lugaz, sop. Regis Oudot, ten. Philippe Huttenlocher, bass. Ensemble Vocal et Instrumental de Lyon/ Guy Cornut.
  • Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay: Symphony No.2, Op.9, 'Antar'. Utah SO/ Maurice Abravanel

  • 12th September

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  • Mozart L: Symphony in D, 'Peasant Wedding' - Finale. Ensemble Eduard Melkus.
  • Beethoven, Ludwig van: Violin Concerto in D, Op.61. Sebastian Bohren, vln, CHAARTS Chamber Artists.
  • Delius, Frederick: Sleigh Ride. Melbourne SO/ Bramwell Tovey.
  • Mozart L: Musical Sleigh Ride. Ensemble Eduard Melkus.
  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Quintet in E flat for Piano and Winds, K.452 - excerpt. Kathryn Selby, pno, Canberra Wind Soloists
  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (arr. Francaix, Jean): Quintet in E flat for Piano and Winds, K.452. CHAARTS Chamber Artists
  • Starzer, Josef: Ten dances - excerpts. Ensemble Eduard Melkus .

  • 5th September

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  • Liszt, Franz: Six Grandes Etudes d'apres Paganini, S.141: La Campanella. Leslie Howard, pno.
  • Paganini, Nicolo: Violin Concerto No.2 in B Minor, Op.7, "La Campanella'. Orch del Teatro Carlo Felice di Genoa/ Massimo Quarta, vln.
  • Lehar, Franz: Paganini: Excerpts. Choir and Soloists (Else Liebesberg & Erika Mechera, sop, Rudolfph Christ & Kurt Equiluz, ten) of Wiener Volksoper/ Franz Bauer-Theussl
  • Beethoven, Ludwig van: Ruins of Athens: Turkish March. Queensland SO/ Patrick Thomas.
  • Liszt, Franz: Fantasy on Themes from Beethoven's 'Ruins of Athens', S122. Leslie Howard, pno. Budapest SO/ Karl Anton Rickenbacher
  • Beethoven, Ludwig van: Creatures of Prometheus, Op.43: Excerpts. Melbourne SO/ Michael Halasz.

  • 29th August

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  • Herold, Ferdinand: Overture - Zampa. Detroit SO/ Paul Paray.
  • Brumby, Colin: Bassoon Concerto. Paul Blackman, bsn. Adelaide SO/ Patrick Thomas.
  • Bentley, Warren W.: Sweetly Resting. Antrim Mennonite Choir.
  • Davies, Victor: The Mennonite Piano Concerto - movements 2&3. Irmgard Baerg, pno. London SO/ Boris Brott.
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian: Concerto after the Easter Oratorio, BWV249. Musica Antiqua Cologne/ Reinhard Goebel.
  • Franck Cesar: Seven Words of Christ on the Cross - excerpts. Sophie Graf, sop, Valerio Cantaldo, ten, Ensemble Vocal de Lausanne, Luc Aeschlimann, vlc, Laure Ermacora, harp, Marcelo Giannini, org/ Michel Corboz.
  • Herold, Ferdinand (arr. Lanchbery, John) La Fille Mal Gardee - Act II Royal Liverpool PO/ Barry Wordsworth.
  • Traditional: Click Go the Shears (sung in Esperanto). Ewe-Calyptus


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