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  • 12.00 AM

    CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT
  • 6.00 AM

    SATURDAY MORNING MUSIC
  • 9.00 AM

    WHAT'S ON IN MUSIC
  • 9.30 AM

    SONG OF PARIS

    Gershwin, G. An American in Paris (1928).Dallas SO/Eduardo Mata.17:26

    Bouchot, V. Les cris de Paris (1988).Ensemble Clment Janequin/Dominique Visse.5:58

    Telemann, G. Quartet no 6 in E minor [Paris] (1738).Musica ad Rhenum.19:20

    Easton, M. An Australian in Paris (1994).State O of Victoria/Brett Kelly.7:59

    Delius, F. Paris: the song of a great city (1900).BBC SO/Andrew Davis.22:28

    Mozart, W. Symphony no 31 in D, K297, [Paris] (1778).Concertgebouw O/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.23:07

    Ibert, J. Paris, symphonic suite (1930).Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit.13:05

  • 11.30 AM

    ON PARADE with Eric Ball

    Ball, E. Rhapsody for brass band: Journey into freedom.John Foster Black Dyke Mills Band/Peter Parkes.11:26

    Star lake.Rolls Royce Coventry Brass Band.2:37

    A Kensington concerto.Grimethorpe Colliery RJB Band/Peter Parkes.11:06

  • 12.00 PM

    A LITTLE TASTE OF JAZZ
  • 1.00 PM

    IN A SENTIMENTAL MOOD
  • 2.00 PM

    AFTERNOON CONCERT

    Stravinsky, I. Pulcinella (1920).Bernadette Cullen, sop; Thomas Edmonds, ten; Grant Dickson, bass; Australian CO/Christopher Lyndon-Gee.37:47

    Beethoven, L. Symphony no 3 in E flat, op 55, [Eroica] (1804).Concertgebouw O/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.46:03

  • 3.30 PM

    AT THE MOVIES

    Beck, C. Original soundtrack: Under the Tuscan sun (2003).Endrea Granat, vn; Michael Lang, pf, keyboard; Studio O/Michael Nowak.47:32

    Hamlisch, M. Excerpts from original soundtrack: The April Fools (1969).Ch & O/Percy Faith.7:30

  • 4.30 PM

    ARTS IN FOCUS Music at St James
  • 5.00 PM

    FEATURING THE VIOLIN

    Franck, C. Sonata in A (1886).Christian Ferras, vn; Pierre Barbizet, pf.26:44

    Wieniawski, H. Capriccio valse, op 7 (1852).Ruggiero Ricci, vn; Joanna Gruenberg, pf.4:34

    Polonaise no 2 in A, op 21 (pub. 1870).Krzysztof Jakowicz, vn; Krystyna Borucinska, pf.8:17

    Variations on an original theme, op 15 (1854).Ruggiero Ricci, vn; Joanna Gruenberg, pf.10:25

  • 6.00 PM

    AUSTRALIAN COMPOSERS’ HOUR

    Vine, C. Inner world (1994).David Pereira, vc.12:44

    Boyd, A. As all waters flow (1976).Sydney Chamber Choir; Sydney University SO Soloists; Sydney Percussion/Nicholas Routley. 19:42

    Broadstock, B. Dying of the light (1997).Ian Holtham, pf.12:41

    Westlake, N. Songs from the forest (1994).Slava Grigoryan, gui; Leonard Grigoryan, gui; Joel Westlake, db.6:59

  • 7.00 PM

    THE MAGIC OF STAGE AND SCREEN

    Bricusse, L. Excerpts from The roar of the greasepaint, the smell of the crowd (1965).Anthony Newley, Cyril Ritchard, Sally Smith, Joyce Jillson, voices.18:33

    Kander, J. Excerpts from Chicago (1975).Chita Rivera, Gwen Verdon, voices.11:49

    Coleman, C. Excerpts from Sweet Charity (1966).Gwen Verdon, Helen Gallagher, James Luisi, Thelma Oliver, voices.19:52

  • 8.00 PM

    LIVE AND LOCAL Part 1: Great Australian Wagnerians: Deborah Humble

    Brahms, J. Zigeunerlieder, op 103 (1887).Deborah Humble, mezz; Stephen Mould, pf 15:13

    Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer, op 105 no 2; Wie Melodien zieht es mir, op 105 no 1 (pub. 1889).Deborah Humble, mezz; Stephen Mould, pf 7:57

    Meine Liebe ist grn, op 63 no 5 (pub. 1874).Deborah Humble, mezz; Stephen Mould, pf 1:52

    Vergebliches Stndchen, op 84 no 4 (pub. 1882).Deborah Humble, mezz; Stephen Mould, pf 2:20

    Gestillte Sehnsucht, op 91 no 1; Geistliches Weigenlied, op 91 no 2 (pub. 1884).Deborah Humble, mezz; Stephen Mould, pf 12:34

    Wagner, R. Wesendonck Lieder (1858).Deborah Humble, mezz; Stephen Mould, pf 21:53

    Mendelssohn, F. The heart of man is like a mine.Deborah Humble, mezz; Stephen Mould, pf 2:04

  • 9.15 PM

    Part 2: More Mendelssohn

    Mendelssohn, F. Andante and variations in B flat, op 83a (1841).Julie Adam, Daniel Herscovitch, pf.12:16

  • 9.30 PM

    THE YOUNG MOZART

    Mozart, W. Allegro in B flat, K3 (1762); Minuet in C, K61 (1771).Geoffrey Tozer, pf.2:38

    Symphony no 5 in B flat, K22 (1765).Northern CO/Nicholas Ward.6:52

    Piano concerto no 4 in G, K41 (1767).English CO/Daniel Barenboim, pf & dir.14:13

  • 10.00 PM

    AFTER HOURS
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Italian baroque composer often referred to as the 'Red Priest'..

Result:
Albinoni
1.5%
Scarlatti
6.6%
Monteverdi
1.5%
Vivaldi
87.3%
Corelli
3.0%
Total votes: 197

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Christopher Pantelidis winner Young Composer 2014 webIn front of a sell-out crowd at The Concourse Chatswood, 2014 Fine Music 102.5/Willoughby Symphony Young Composer,Chris Pantelidis heard the premiere performance of his winning work, Southern Cross. The composition was performed by the WSO under the baton of Paul Fitzimon, to rousing applause
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