Prepared by Gordon Clarke
Villa-Lobos, H. Chôros no 1, Typico (1920). 5
Suite populaire brésilienne (1908-12). 21
Norbert Kraft, gui (2 above)
Mozart, W. Clarinet quintet in A, K581 (1789). Members of Australia Ensemble.
Tall Poppies TP131 32
Schubert, F. Impromptus, D899 (1827): no 1 in C minor; no 2 in E flat; no 3 in G flat; no 4 in A flat. Ian Holtham, pf.
Move MD 3187 23
Chausson, E. Poem of love and the sea, op 19 (1893). Steve Davislim, ten; Queensland SO/Guillaume Tourniaire.
Melba MR 301123 28
Glass, P. Violin concerto (1987). Adele Anthony, vn; Ulster O/Takuo Yuasa.
Naxos 8.554568 25
Glass, P. Company (1983). Kronos Quartet.
Nonesuch 979 111-2 8
Sanderson, W. Friend o' mine (1913). Peter Dawson, bass-bar.
ASV CDAJ5114 3
Henry VIII. Pastime with good company. Fine Arts Brass Ensemble.
Nimbus NI 5546 2
Lemond, R. Four friends suite. Ray Lemond, pf.
Lemond RL 1956 CD 11
Dvorák, A. Prelude to Act II, Kate and the Devil. CSSR State PO/Robert Stankovsky.
Naxos 8.223272 4
6:00 SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC
with David Garrett
9:00 JOURNEY FROM BAROQUE
Classical to Romantic
Presented by Stephen Wilson
Mozart, W. Piano concerto no 14 in E flat, K449 (1784). Ivan Moravec, pf; Czech CO/Josef Vlach.
Supraphon SU 3809-2 22
Romberg, B. Quintet in G for flute and strings (pub. 1803). John Wion, fl; Eric Lewis, vn; Andrew Berdahl, va; Rosemary Glyde, va; Judith Glyde, vc.
Hart HMP5W91514 22
Schubert, F. Hymn to the Holy Ghost, D948 (1827). Neill Archer, ten; Robert Burt, ten; Colin Campbell, bar; Robert McDonald, bass; Monteverdi Choir; O Révolutionnaire et Romantique/John Eliot Gardiner.
Philips 456 578-2 9
Diabelli, A. Sonata in F, op 29. Eduardo Fernandez, gui.
Decca 414 160-2 13
Paganini, N. Violin concerto no 4 in D minor (1829-30). Gidon Kremer, vn; Vienna O/Riccardo Muti.
Philips 446 718-2 32
Borodin, A. Symphony no 3 in A minor (1882-87). Royal Stockholm PO/Gennady Rozhdestvensky.
Chandos CHAN 9199 20
11:00 THE MAGIC OF STAGE AND SCREEN
Prepared by Sue Jowell
Bad guys, hudlums and thugs
12:00 SUNDAY SPECIAL
Prepared by Elaine Siversen
Dreyfus, G. Trio for flute, clarinet and bassoon (1956). Diane Ridell, fl; Marla Swift, cl; George Dreyfus, bn.
Move MD 3071 15
Mary Gilmore goes to Paraguay, from And their ghost may be heard (1975). Melbourne SO/George Dreyfus.
Move MD 3098 14
MacDowell, E. Woodland sketches, op 51 (1896; arr.). Eugene List, pf; Vienna State Opera O/Carlos Chávez.
BMG Records MCD 80086 19
Brahms, J. Cello sonata no 1 in E minor, op 38 (1862-65). Leonard Rose, vc; Jean-Bernard Pommier, pf.
Virgin VJ 7 91571-2 28
Tchaikovsky, P. Violin concerto in D, op 35 (1878). Ruggiero Ricci, vn; Netherlands RPO/Jean Fournet.
Decca 417 687-2 32
14:00 AT THE OPERA
Opera oscura: a Haydn double bill
Prepared by Paul Roper
Haydn, J. Le canterina, Hob.XXVIII:2. Intermezzo in musica in two acts. Librettist unknown. First performed Eisenstadt, 1766.
GASPARINA: Ingrid Kertesi, sop
APOLLONIA: Andrea Ulbrich, mezz
DON PELAGIO: Antál Pataki. ten
DON ETTORE: József Mukk, ten
Capella Savaria/Pál Németh.
Hungaroton HCD 31664 46
Gasparina and her mother Apollonia are tenants of the music master Pelagio, who teaches Gasparina singing. He is fond of her but she is in love with Ettore, who arrives at their house with a diamond necklace. Not wishing to reveal their involvement, Gasparina explains to Pelagio that Ettore is a cloth merchant. Ettore leaves and the lovers quietly promise to meet later. As the singing lesson begins, Pelagio sends Apollonia away so he can propose to Gasparina. When Apollonia returns, Pelagio leaves without an answer and overhears the women making fun of him and talking to Ettore who is outside. Pelagio returns with the police to evict the women. Apollonia flees but Gasparina stays, begs forgiveness, and faints. The two men revive her, assisted by promises of money from Pelagio and a wedding ring from Ettore.
Baryton trio in A, Hob.XI:29 (1766-67). Michael Brüssing, baryton; András Bolyki, va; Maria Andrásfalvy-Brüssing, vc.
Brilliant Classics 93907 12
L'isola disabita. Azione teatrale in two acts. Libretto by Pietro Metastasio. First performed Esterháza, 1779.
COSTANZA: Katharina Kammerloher, sop
SILVIA: Anke Herrmann, cont
GERNANDO: Robert Lee, ten
ENRICO: Furio Zanasi, bar
Academia Montis Regalis/Alessandro de Marchi.
Opus 111 OP 30319 1:21
Gernando, his wife Costanza and her sister Silvia are sailing to the West Indies. A storm drives the ship onto an uninhabited island. Pirates kidnap Gernando and take him with them. Costanza in particular laments that they have been abandoned. After three years, Gernando gains his freedom and with the help of his friend Enrico searches for the island and the women. They find the place, Enrico sees Silvia and they are attracted to each other. Silvia reveals that Costanza too is still living, and she reunites with Gernando in the happy finale.
16:30 BOHEMIAN NATIONALISM
Prepared by Albert Gormley
Smetana, B. String quartet no 1 in E minor, From my life (1880). Lindsay String Quartet.
ASV DCA 777 27
Tabor, from Má vlast (1878). Vienna PO/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
Teldec 0927-44890-2 14
Dvorák, A. Piano trio no 3 in F minor, op 65 (1883). Young Uck Kim, vn; Yo-Yo Ma, vc; Emanuel Ax, pf.
CBS MK 44527 41
18:00 IN A SENTIMENTAL MOOD
with Maureen Meers
Nostalgic music and artists from the 30s, 40s and 50s and occasionally beyond, in a trip down many memory lanes
19:00 JAZZ IN CONCERT
Newport Jazz Festival early, part 4
with Jeannie McInnes
20:00 CLASSICAL JUKEBOX
Presented by Randolph Magri-Overend
21:00 SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT
Prepared by Rex Burgess
Dukas, P. Overture: Polyeucte (1891). BBC PO/Yan Pascal Tortelier.
Chandos CHAN 241-32 15
Bottesini, G. Gran double bass concerto in F sharp minor (c1878). Thomas Martin, db; English CO/Andrew Litton.
Naxos 8.570397 23
Shostakovich, D. Symphony no 15, op 141 (1971). Vienna SO/Eliahu Inbal.
Denon CO-78948 43
22:30 ULTIMA THULE
Ambient and atmospheric music