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  • 12.00 AM

    CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT
  • 6.00 AM

    SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC
  • 9.00 AM

    MUSICA SACRA

    Monteverdi, C. Gloria for seven voices, from Selva morale (1640).Les Arts Florissants/William Christie.12:33

    Tallis, T. Spem in alium.Tallis Scholars.9:59

    Haydn, J. Mass in F, Hob.XXII:1, [Missa brevis] (c1749).Susan Gritton, sop; Pamela Helen Stephen, mezz; Collegium Musicum 90/Richard Hickox.12:27

    Fux, J. Plaudite, sonat tuba (1736).Kurt Equiluz, ten; Stephen Keavy, tpt; Capella Caldara/Uwe Christian Harrer.17:53

  • 10.00 AM

    THE CLASSICAL ERA

    Schobert, J. Trio in F, op 16 no 4 (pub. 1761-67).Chiara Banchini, vn; Philipp Bosbach, vc; Luciano Sgrizzi, fp.16:26

    Albrechtsberger, J. Concertino in D.Michael Scott, picc; Sydney Mandolins/Adrian Hooper.13:40

    Martini, J. Plaisir d'amour (1780; arr. Whaite).Yvonne Kenny, sop; Melbourne SO/Vladimir Kamirski.3:16

    Arnold, S. Incidental music to Macbeth (1778).Toronto Camerata/Kevin Mallon.18:15

    Haydn, M. Flute concerto in D (1766).Istvn-Zsolt Nagy, fl; Austro-Hungarian Haydn O/Adm Fischer.14:29

    Dittersdorf, C. Sinfonia concertante.Petr Pribyol, va; Jakub Waldmann, db; South Bohemia Chamber PO/Ondrej Kukal.19:47

    Hoffmann, E. Symphony in E flat (1805-06).Concerto Bamberg/Rolf Beck.21:29

  • 12.00 PM

    SYDNEY JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS Classic jazz and ragtime
  • 1.00 PM

    WORLD MUSIC: Whirled Wide
  • 2.00 PM

    SUNDAY SPECIAL Celebrating Shostakovich

    Shostakovich, D. Red army dances, from the ballet, The bolt (1930-31).Stockholm Transport Band; Royal Stockholm PO/Gennady Rozhdestvensky.9:41

    Act III from the ballet, The golden age (1930).24:33

    Symphony no 4 in C minor, op 43 (1935-36).Moscow PO/Kyrill Kondrashin.59:52

    Symphony no 5 in D minor, op 47 (1937).National SO/Mstislav Rostropovich.45:49

    String quartet no 8 in C minor, op 110 (1960).Borodin Quartet.21:57

  • 5.00 PM

    HOSANNA

    Stanford, C. Villiers O for a closer walk with God.Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Parker Ramsay, org; Stephen Cleobury, cond.3:15

    Hymns: It is a thing most wonderful; Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness.Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge; Andrew Lamb, org; Richard Marlow, cond.7:03

    Stanford, C. Villiers Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in B flat; Justorum animae.Cambridge Singers; Wayne Marshall, org; John Rutter, cond.10:03

    Prelude in G minor.Christopher Whitton, org.3:21

    Holst, G. Ave Maria.Choir of Westminster Cathedral/James O'Donnell.4:55

    Howells, H. A hymn for St Cecilia; O pray for the peace of Jerusalem.Choir of Wells Cathedral; Rupert Gough, org; Malcolm Archer, cond.10:32

    Vaughan Williams, R. Te Deum in G.Corydon Singers; Thomas Trotter, org; Matthew Best, cond.7:15

    Hymns: O God of earth and altar; God that madest earth and heaven.Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge; Andrew Lamb, org; Richard Marlow, cond.4:15

  • 6.00 PM

    MUSICAL ROUND UP Estonia

    Tubin, E. Sinfonietta on Estonian motifs (1940).Gothenburg SO/Neeme Jrvi.20:35

    Eller, H. Elegia for harp and strings (1931).Eluned Pierce, hp; Scottish NO/Neeme Jrvi.12:59

    Tormis, V. Three Estonian game songs.Estonian PC Choir/Tnu Kaljuste.7:51

    Prt, A. Fratres (1983).Philharmonia O/Neeme Jrvi.9:51

  • 7.00 PM

    SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT

    Wolf-Ferrari, E. Intermezzo, from Susanna’s secret (1909).Czecho-Slovak RSO/Ondrej Lenard.3:08

    Handel, G. Amaryllis suite.Royal PO/Yehudi Menuhin.18:42

    Khachaturian, A. Violin concerto (1940).Michaela Martin, vn; National SO of Ukraine/Theodore Kuchar.38:55

    Berlioz, H. Two symphonic excerpts, from Les troyens (1858).Nouvel O Philharmonique de Radio France/Gilbert Amy.19:46

  • 8.30 PM

    NEW HORIZONS

    Carmichael, J. Escapades (2011).Sylvie Leprohon, fl; Stephen Robinson, ob; Antony Gray, pf.13:32

    Gjeilo, O. The spheres; The ground; Sanctus: London (2007-8).Tenebrae; Ola Gjeilo, pf; CO of London/Nigel Short.12:44

    Sedaka, N. Manhattan intermezzo (2008).Jeffrey Bregel, pf; Brown University O/Paul Phillips.18:10

    Skoryk, M. Violin concerto no 7 (2009).Nazary Pilatyuk, vn; Odessa PO/Hobart Earle.14:48

    Holten, B. Rota veneris, three Gothic love songs for mixed choir (2008).Flemish Radio Choir/Bo Holten.12:59

    Terracini, P. Gegenstze (2010).Sydney Brass/Paul Terracini.8:07

  • 10.00 PM

    AFTER HOURS JAZZ
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Colin Mackerras

For the past 50 years Colin Mackerras has been a professor at the Foreign Studies University in Beijing and is a world authority on Chinese theatre. He is also the brother of the late conductor Charles Mackerras who is a name on many great recordings. Few people know China better than Professor Mackerras and we are looking forward to hearing about the massive changes that have taken place in that country since he has been going there. Colin joins Michael Morton-Evans at 2pm on Wednesday September 28th for In-Conversation. We hope you can join us.

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Join Lloyd Capps at 7pm on Tuesday 27th of September where he will present a tribute program on the 25th Anniversary of the death of Miles Davis.

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Fine Music 102.5 Book & CD Fairs are held around Sydney. These popular fairs are a great fundraiser for the station. 

Make a contibution to Fine Music 102.5 by donating your pre-loved books and CDs for the next Book and CD Fair. They'll not only find a new home to enjoy them, but you'll also be contributing to keep our organsiation on air through the proceeds of the sale. 

The next fair will be held September 22nd through to October 3rd. Opening night is Thursday 22nd from 6pm to 10pm, then daily until Monday 3rd of October 9am to 6pm at the Crows Nest Centre, 2 Ernest Place Crows Nest

If you would like to donate books and CDs to Fine Music's fairs, please call 9487 1111 or use our contact page – simply leave your details and we will get back to you to arrange a collection. 

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