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THE ROMANTIC CENTURY

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  • 12.00 AM

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  • 3.00 AM

    CLASSICAL TILL DAWN
  • 6.00 AM

    FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am
  • 9.00 AM

    DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Exploring chamber

    Glinka, M. Septet in E flat (1823).Alexander Koreshkov, ob; Alexander Petrov, bn; Igor Makarov, hn; Alexei Bruni, vn; Mikhail Moshkunov, vn; Erik Pozdeev, vc; Rustem Gabdulin, db.20:11

    Boccherini, L. String quintet in C, op 60 no 1 (pub. 1801).Ensemble 415.21:13

    Dvork, A. Piano trio no 3 in F minor, op 65 (1883).Sitkovetsky Trio.39:30

  • 10.30 AM

    MORNING CONCERT

    Jancek, L. Idyll for string orchestra (1878).Los Angeles CO/Gerard Schwarz.30:15

    Punto, G. Horn concerto no 11 in E.Barry Tuckwell, hn; Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner.14:22

    Strauss, R. Le bourgeois gentilhomme (1912).Australian CO/Christopher Lyndon-Gee.37:47

  • 12.00 PM

    NOONTIME JAZZ
  • 1.00 PM

    CHAMBER ARRANGEMENTS

    Mozart, W. Quintet in E flat (1782; arr. from Horn quintet, K407).Hartmut Lindemann, va; David Pereira, vc; Australia Ensemble.14:41

    Corelli, A. Sonata no 8 in E minor (arr.).Friederike Heumann, va da gamba; Patrick Sepec, vc; Eduardo Egez, theorbo; Dirk Brner, hpd, org.12:11

    Soler, A. Three sonatas (orch. R. Halffter).Alfonso Moreno, gui; Mexico State SO/Enrique Btiz.11:01

    Rossini, G. Quartet no 3 in F (1804; arr. Berr).Michael Thompson Wind Quartet.12:48

  • 2.00 PM

    OPERA HIGHLIGHTS

    Mascagni, P. Intermezzo sinfonico, from Cavalleria rusticana (1890).Gothenburg SO/Neeme Jrvi.4:02

    Massenet, J. Ah! Salom! Dans ce palais ... Il est doux, il est bon, from Hrodiade (1881).Rene Fleming, sop; Kenneth Cox, bass; San Francisco Opera Ch & O/Valery Gergiev.6:17

    Meyerbeer, G. Ah, quel spectacle, from Les huguenots (1836).Ben Heppner, ten; London Voices; London SO/Myung-Whun Chung.6:18

    Verdi, G. Parigi, O cara, noi lasceremo, from La traviata (1853).Renata Tebaldi, sop; Gianni Poggi, ten; St Cecilia Academy O/Francesco Molinari-Pradelli.7:30

  • 2.30 PM

    ALPHABETIC COMPOSERS The M’s

    Mendelssohn, F. Overture: The Hebrides, op 26, [Fingal’s Cave] (1832).Scottish NO/Alexander Gibson.10:16

    Mahler, G. Songs of a wayfarer (1883).Anne Sofie von Otter, mezz; North German RSO/John Eliot Gardiner.16:25

    Mozart, W. Piano concerto no 21 in C, K467 (1785).Moura Lympany, pf; Philharmonia O/Herbert Menges.27:56

    Mascagni, P. Easter hymn: Regina coeli laetare, from Cavalleria rusticana (1890).Fiorenza Cossotto, sop; Mariagrazia Allegri, cont; La Scala Ch & O/Herbert von Karajan.7:34

    Massenet, J. Ballet music from Le Cid (1885).City of Birmingham SO/Louis Frmaux.19:38

  • 4.00 PM

    FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm Today's program features.

    Concerto in E minor for oboe d’amore, strings and basso continuo, TWV51:e2. Telemann, G.06:35Sony

    String quartet in B flat, op 130, mvt 5: Cavatina (1826). Beethoven, L.07:34ABC

    Ballade in D, op 10 no 2 (1854). Brahms, J.06:43Globe

    Oboe quartet in F, K370, mvt 1 (1781). Mozart, W.09:19Harmonia Mundi

    Cello sonata no 5 in D, op102 no 2, mvt 1: Allegro con brio (1815). Beethoven, L.06:45Philips

    Minuet pompeux (1881). Chabrier, E.06:10Hyperion

    Kuda, kuda, kuda vi udalilis (Lensky’s aria: Where have you gone, golden days of my spring?), from Tchaikovsky, P.06:44ABC

    Overture to The bartered bride (1866). Smetana, B.06:43ABC

    Overture to Alfonso and Estrella, D732 (1822). Schubert, F.06:08EMI

  • 7.00 PM

    FRIDAY JAZZ SESSION
  • 8.00 PM

    THE ROMANTIC CENTURY

    Supp, F. Overture to Poet and peasant (1846).Emanuel Brabec, vc; Vienna PO/Georg Solti.9:03

    Foote, A. Three character pieces, op 9 (1885).Joseph Silverstein, vn; Virginia Eskin, pf.15:20

    Berlioz, H. Love scene, from Romeo and Juliet, op 17 (1839).Sydney SO/Robert Pikler.16:55

    Horneman, C. Ouverture hroque (1867).Danish National RSO/Michael Schnwandt.13:20

    Donizetti, G. String quartet no 12 in C (1821).Revolutionary Drawing Room.21:17

    Wolf-Ferrari, E. Trio no 1 in D, op 5 (1896).Ilona Then-Bergh, vn; Gerhard Zank, vc; Michael Schfer, pf.32:20

  • 10.00 PM

    BAROQUE AND BEFORE

    Zelenka, J. Sonata no 3 in B flat (c1715).Collegium 1704.16:25

    Bach, J.S. Trio sonata in C, BWV529 (c1730).Purcell Quartet.13:10

    Zelenka, J. Salve regina, mater misericordiae.King's Consort/Robert King.19:00

    Chelleri, F. Symphony no 1 in D.Atlanta Fugiens/Vanni Moretto.5:42

    Bach, J.S. Kyrie, from Mass In B minor, BWV232 . Monteverdi Choir; English Baroque Soloists/John Eliot Gardiner.17:51

    Zelenka, J. Missa Dei Filii (1740-41).Tafelmusic; Kammerchor Stuttgart/Frieder Bernius. 34:30

    Eszterhzy, P. Cantata: God has ascended in jubilation (1701).Capella Savaria; Savaria Ensemble/Paul Nmeth.5:45

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