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  • 12.00 AM

    CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE
  • 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 Two's company

    Beethoven, L. Serenade in D, op 41 (1803).Emmanuel Pahud, fl; Eric Le Sage, pf.23:50

    Schubert, F. Duo in A, D574 (1817).Pieter Wispelwey, vc; Paolo Giacometti, pf.21:35

    Gounod, C. Six melodies for horn and piano (c1840-48).James Sommerville, hn; Rene Sharon, pf.25:30

    Schnittke, A. Moz-Art la Haydn for 2 violins and strings (arr. Safronov).Maria Alikhanova, fl; Dmitri Bulgakov, ob; Kremlin CO/Misha Rachlevsky.10:56

  • 10.30 AM

    MORNING CONCERT

    Saint-Sans, C. Algerian suite, op 60 (1879-80).Monte Carlo PO/David Robertson.19:52

    Rossini, G. Bassoon concerto.Karen Geoghegan, bn; BBC PO/Gianandrea Noseda.17:40

    Tchaikovsky, P. Symphony no 5 in E minor, op 64 (1888).Russian Federation State SO/Yevgeny Svetlanov.46:28

  • 12.00 PM

    JAZZ, PURE AND SIMPLE
  • 1.00 PM

    MUSICAL ROUNDABOUT Madrid

    Albniz, I. El Albaicn, from Iberia (1906).West Australian SO/Jorge Mester.7:35

    Barbieri, F. Don Quixote (1861).Fernando Cobo, ten; Madrid Comunidad Ch & O/Jos Ramn Encinar.9:46

    Bretn, T. El aceite de ricino; El nio est dormido; Seguidillas: Por ser la Virgen de la paloma, from La verbena de la paloma (1894).Alicia de la Victoria, sop; Norma Lerer, cont; Carlo del Monte, ten; Jose Granados, bar; Jose le Matt, bass-bar; Julio Catania, bass; Jesus Coiras, bass; Spanish RTV Choir and SO/Igor Markevitch.9:21

    Penella, M. Hasta cuando? from El gato monts (1916).Vernica Villarroel, sop; Plcido Domingo, ten; Carlos Alvarez, bar; Madrid SO/Miguel Roa.4:56

    Albniz, I. Crdoba, from Songs of Spain, op 232 (1896).Pro Arte Guitar Trio.5:59

    Rodrigo, J. Dulcinea’s absence (1948).Lilian Moriani, sop; Victoria Marchante, sop; Celia Alcedo, sop; Maria Jos Surez, mezz; Jos Lpez, bar; Madrid Comunidad Ch & O/Jos Ramn Encinar.12:24

  • 2.00 PM

    AMERICAN ROMANTIC CHAMBER MUSIC

    Loeffler, C. Deux rapsodies (1901).Robert Sprenkle, ob; Francis Tursi, va; Armand Basile, pf.21:22

    Paine, J. Larghetto and humoreske, op 32 (1877).Joseph Silverstein, vn; Jules Eskin, vc; Virginia Eskin, pf.16:44

    Clarke, H. Valse brillante (arr. Hunsberger).Wynton Marsalis, cornet; Eastman Wind Ensemble/Donald Hunsberger.8:07

    Chadwick, G. String quartet no 5 in D minor (1898).Portland String Quartet.32:50

    Beach, A. Sonata in A minor, op 34 (1896).Terri Pontremoli, vn; Anita Pontremoli, pf.29:50

  • 4.00 PM

    FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm
  • 7.00 PM

    THE NEW JAZZ STANDARD
  • 8.00 PM

    LIVE AND LOCAL Songs without words

    Koessler, H. Trio suite for violin, viola and piano.Marina Marsden, vn; Justine Marsden, va; Robert Chamberlain, pf.26:11

    Mendelssohn, F. Excerpts from Songs without words in various arrangements.Marina Marsden, vn; Justine Marsden, va; Robert Chamberlain, pf.19:13

    Mozart, W. Duo in G for violin and viola, K423 (1783).Marina Marsden, vn; Justine Marsden, va.14:47

    Glinka, M. Three Russian songs for violin, viola and piano (arr. Eduard Herrmann).Marina Marsden, vn; Justine Marsden, va; Robert Chamberlain, pf10:07

    Piazzolla, A. Oblivion for viola and piano (1984; arr.).Justine Marsden, va; Robert Chamberlain, pf.3:15

    Gade, J. Jealousy for violin, viola and piano (1925; arr. Wilson).Marina Marsden, vn; Justine Marsden, va; Robert Chamberlain, pf.7:01

    Kern, J. Smoke gets in your eyes for violin, viola and piano (1933; arr. Frolov).Marina Marsden, vn; Justine Marsden, va; Robert Chamberlain, pf.6:38

  • 9.40 PM

    CONCERTO INTERLUDE

    Brumby, C. Flute concerto (1975).Vernon Hill, fl; Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki. 18:00

  • 10.00 PM

    DIFFERING PATHS OF THE 20TH CENTURY

    Szymanowski, K. Symphony no 2 in B flat, op 19 (1909-10/36).Warsaw National PO/Witold Rowicki.31:35

    Three myths, op 30 (1915).David Oistrakh, vn; Vladimir Yampolski, pf.18:49

    Masque, Shhrazade, op 34 no 1 (1916).Martin Jones, pf.8:39

    Lutoslawski, W. Partita (1984).Ariadne Daskalakis, vn; Miri Yampolsky, pf.15:22

    Symphony no 3 (1983).Berlin PO/Witold Lutoslawski.30:16

    Szymanowski, K. Masque, Tantris le bouffon, op 34 no 2 (1916).Martin Jones, pf.6:28

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Craig HassallBe it the ballet, opera, theatre, classical music or a couple of Olympic Games, Craig Hassall has been involved for the past 28 years in one position or another. Currently he is CEO of Opera Australia and is faced with the problem of what to do when the opera theatre is closed next year for much needed refurbishment. One answer the company has come up with is intriguing and he will speak with Michael Morton-Evans about it on In Conversation Wednesday September 7th at 2pm. We hope you can join us then.

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In the hour long program Michael meets some of the world's great musicians, singers, composers, conductors along with up-and-comers and those who influence the arts landscape.

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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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