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Porgy and Bess

Current

Gershwin’s Opera in the Concert Hall

Nexas Quartet’s debut album

Pinchgut opera

Acacia Quartet

Presents Handel’s Masterpiece

A wonderful partnership


Coming up at the Sydney Opera House

Your last chance for 2016: OPERA IN CONCERT

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Gershwin’s Opera in the Concert Hall Chief Conductor David Robertson brings us a semi-staged performance of Gershwin’s masterpiece – Jazz, Spiritual and Broadway meeting in a musical drama of enormous emotional power. Its unforgettable characters sing such beloved showstoppers as ‘Summertime’, ‘It ain’t necessarily so’, ‘I got plenty o’ nuthin’’ and ‘Bess, you is my woman now’. David Robertson conductor / Alfred Walker Porgy (pictured) Nicole Cabell Bess / Eric Greene Crown / Karen Slack Serena Julia Bullock Clara / Leon Williams Jake / Jermaine Smith Sportin’ Life Sydney Philharmonia Choirs

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CONTENTS VOL 44 No 1

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George Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess

4 Pinchgut Opera presents Handel’s masterpiece 5 Hush 16: A Piece of Quiet 7 Nexas Quartet’s Debut Album “Current” 9 Under 30’s report 10 AWO Chamber Music Festival 11 What’s On – Sydney and surrounds 12 CD Reviews 14 Jazz CD Reviews 15 Acacia Quartet 16 Full programming guide for November

from the chair

A time of celebration – Concerts, recordings and planning for next year We are holding a Celebration of Fine Music on 8 November at the Mosman Art Gallery. This is an annual event at which we announce the Kruger Scholar and our Artists-in-Residence for the next year. The current Kruger Scholar, Rebecca Gill, will follow tradition and welcome in the 2017 winner with her violin. The winner will respond with their instrument after which the 2017 Artists-in-Residence will perform. To complete the evening our long standing Artistic Patron, Simon Tedeschi will entertain us. Click on Finemusicfm.com on Wednesday 9 November, to discover the 2017 Kruger Scholar and Artists-in-Residence. Our volunteer recording technicians have a busy month. They’ll be recording the Hush Foundation Concert at the City Recital Hall, Angle Place at 7pm on Tuesday 15 November. If you can’t join us for the launch of Hush 16: A Piece of Quiet, you can hear the concert broadcast on 102.5FM on Sunday 27th at 3pm. Inspired by stories of young cancer patients and other children, singer-songwriter Lior, vocal quartet The Idea of North and composer Elena Kats-Chernin worked together to produce this collection of music. This is the perfect concert for younger listeners. Over the weekend of the 26th and 27th Roger Doyle will be recording a selection of the Australian World Orchestra chamber concerts in Bowral. On 102.5FM during November Michael Morton-Evans explores Erik Satie in his “Exploring” series which follows his “In conversation” on Wednesdays at 3pm. On Friday 25 November, conductor Patrick Thomas, will be presenting a program titled “Nostalgia” in which Jeanell Carrigan, Senior Lecturer in piano accompaniment at the Sydney Conservatorium, plays works by Australian women composers. In preparation for Pinchgut’s performance Handel’s Oratoria Theodora will be broadcast on Wednesday 12 November at 2pm. - 2014 in fine music. Wishing 1974 you enjoyment

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GERSHWIN’S OPERA IN THE CONCERT HALL the experience of the African - American population. When Heyward’s wife Dorothy, adapted the novel into a play it broke further ground and, in a bold move, the Heyward’s insisted upon an African-American cast and Dubose susequently crediting them as collaborators who transformed the drama. Back in New York, Gershwin read Heyward’s Porgy and decided it would make a great opera. The Heyward’s stage play was already underway in development, so Gershwin decided to name his project Porgy and Bess to distinguish between the two. He decided, however, that this would be a folk opera and as he explained to the New York Times, Porgy and Bess is a folk tale. Its people naturally would sing folk music. When I first began work on the music I decided against the use of original folk material because I wanted the music to be all of one piece. Therefore I wrote my own spirituals and folksongs. But they are still folk music – and therefore, being in operatic form, Porgy and Bess becomes a folk opera.’ Seven years would pass before Gershwin and Heyward signed a contract with the Theatre Guild to write the opera but finally, in September 1935, the show opened at the Colonial Theatre.

Nicole Cabell. Image - Devon Cass. The Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House is a most dynamic venue; as Sydney’s stage, it hosts virtuoso pianists, rock musicians and HSC students - and that’s just in one week. In November it will morph into yet another guise - an opera theatre, as conductor David Robertson and director Mitchell Butel bring their vision of Porgy and Bess to life. George Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess is inherently hybrid because musically, it blends jazz, African-American Spirituals and musical theatre while retaining the qualities of an opera. Through Robertson’s vision, its hybridity will extend beyond the music because his Australian orchestra Sydney Symphony (SSO) will be combined with an American cast. Opera will blend with concert. In technical terms, this is known as a ‘semi-staged’ performance. In layman’s understanding, this means a world of possibilities. Before we turn to the 2016 production, it is interesting to peel back the layers and discover how Porgy and Bess came to be formed. Like Shakespeare, its intersection of 2

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ideas, characters and politics makes it quite timeless. George Gershwin was a product of New York of the early 1900s. Born Jacob Gershwine, he was the son of RussianUkrainian immigrants, a boy who cut his musical teeth in Yiddish theatre, learnt the art of classical music and then scored his first job writing popular songs on Tin Pan Alley. In his twenties, Gershwin began collaborating with his older brother, Ira, and together they produced over a dozen Broadway musicals and some of the most memorable songs of their generation. Around this time, further down the Atlantic coast, a man by the name of DuBose Heyward was hard at work writing a novel, Porgy, a local tale that would reach the world. Set on the streets of Heyward’s hometown in Charleston, South Carolina, Porgy told the tale of a disabled African - American beggar and his efforts to rescue his beloved Bess, from the hands of both her lover Crown and a drug dealer by the name of Sporting Life. For its time, Porgy was a brave work and indeed, it was the first novel to validate

Eighty years later, and an ocean away, staging Porgy and Bess is perhaps a timely reminder of how little the world has really changed. Fine Music spoke with soprano Nicole Cabell who will be performing the role of Bess in the SSO production. Upon being asked what the story means to her, Cabell responded, ‘Porgy and Bess is a story of love in the hardest of circumstances. Sometimes the characters triumph in love, and sometimes they fail, but the message always is of hope.  The story is also an expression of joy when faced with unfair, heartbreaking circumstances.  This small community in Catfish Row looks after one another, living and fighting through tragedy, always managing to come out stronger in the end.  I can personally relate to some of the struggles expressed in this story, and can attest that it is only strong relationships that matter, that can get you through hard times.’ Cabell’s answer captures succinctly why the work remains so humanly and emotionally timeless. When asked what draws him to the work, Robertson provided an understandably musical answer. ‘The brilliance of invention of


work to truly take off. Opinions were divided as to whether it was a racist work or an empowerment of race. As such, the opera fell into relative obscurity during the race riots of the 1960s. Its revival came at the hands of the Houston Grand Opera in 1976. For the first time the opera was being performed by an American opera company, rather than a Broadway production, and it secured the work in the opera repertory. Houston Grand Opera deservedly won a Tony award for the production. Sydney Symphony Orchestra performs at the Opera House - David Robertson. Image - Ken Butti.

As it is Cabell who will be voicing these tunes, it is interesting to try and understand how she relates to the character of Bess. Female characters in opera seem to exist somewhere on a spectrum of sweet to manipulative but as Bess sits on the crossroads, Fine Music asked Cabell which one she prefers to play. ‘Antithetically I actually have more fun playing the good girl,” she replied. “It’s more natural for me, I guess. That said, it’s also fun to play “bad” even though many of the rougher female characters in opera, such as Bess, have a heart of gold. I’ve come to embrace the challenge, to step outside my comfort zone, and it’s certainly becoming easier.” From the way she describes Bess, it is clear she feels an emotional kinship with the character. ‘Bess is only a little manipulative,’ she defends, ‘and it’s really a survival tactic. Most of her hard exterior comes from pain and struggle, both of which she constantly fights to overcome. She wants to be sweet and loving, but has suffered a lot of abuse. You can see, watching the opera, that she has a wealth of love to give, but fights quite hard to tap that well. Her weaknesses are the weaknesses we all suffer, or would suffer, in her circumstances. Given the right circumstances, she can be, and is, very sweet.’ With this powerful evocation of the female lead, it is left to wonder in what way Porgy’s character provides a counterpart and it is Robertson, perhaps, who provides the answer when asked what audiences should take away from their night at the opera: ‘The resilience of hope within the human spirit.’ That’s Porgy, through and through. Joining Cabell in Sydney will be Alfred Walker as Porgy, Eric Greene as Crown, Karen

Slack as Serena, Julia Bullock as Clara, Leon Williams as Jake and Jermaine Smith as the acrobatic Sportin’ Life. Being a semi-staged production, there will neither costumes nor set but as Cabell explains, this is far from a disadvantage. ‘When an audience isn’t given the full distraction of a set, lighting and costumes, they are encouraged to listen more closely to the music.’ And what music it is! As Robertson emphatically explains, ‘He thinks it is unlikely that there is an audience member alive on the planet who is unfamiliar with Gershwin’s music - they may just not know those beautiful melodies are associated with that particular composer. Gershwin is at once sophisticated and direct and very human.’ This directness and humanity is what permits the story to be told with only minimal dramatics. At the helm of those stage movements is Australian director, Mitchell Butel, who, much like Gershwin, has also explored the breadth of his field. Acting in everything from Romeo and Juliet to Oklahoma! and The Mikado, Butel turned his

the melodies and the way in which Gershwin is so incredibly fecund in coming up with all of these brilliant tunes, is what makes it so appealing.’

... a story of love in the hardest of circumstances …

hand to directing in 2015. That same year he won Best Director of a Musical for his work in Violet performed at the Hayes Theatre. Butel is clearly well equipped to tackle this hybrid production and it is fascinating to try and imagine what he has in mind. Robertson is clearly pleased with the direction the collaboration is taking, saying he and Butel have ‘already had preliminary discussions and what he is putting forward is going to be an essential part of what I think will be a huge success.’ Robertson may be confident about his venture but it took a long time for Gershwin’s

From Cabell’s description, as would be hoped, it seems that today the work is seen as empowering, a foray into exploring race relations and manifesting aspects of humanity. Beneath the sails of the Sydney Opera House it is hoped that the opera will take people beyond the streets of Catfish Row and into their own hearts. This is the tale of two brothers, a husband and wife and two lovers brought together in a fusion of music and drama, popular and classical. It is a hybrid work for an ever re-incarnating hall. Come on down.

- Nicky Gluch

EVENT PORGY AND BESS Gershwin’s Opera in the Concert Hall Chief Conductor David Robertson brings us a semi-staged performance of Gershwin’s masterpiece – Jazz, Spiritual and Broadway meeting in a musical drama of enormous emotional power. Its unforgettable characters sing such beloved showstoppers as ‘Summertime’, ‘It ain’t necessarily so’, ‘I got plenty o’ nuthin’ and ‘Bess, you is my woman now’. David Robertson conductor / Alfred Walker Porgy / Nicole Cabell Bess / Eric Greene Crown / Karen Slack Serena / Julia Bullock Clara / Leon Williams Jake / Jermaine Smith Sportin’ Life Sydney Philharmonia Choirs Dates: Sat 26 Nov 7pm Fri 2 Dec 7pm Thu 1 Dec 7pm Sat 3 Dec 7pm Booking Details: sydneysymphony.com call 8215 4600 November 2016

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PINCHGUT OPERA

PRESENTS HANDEL’S MASTERPIECE one of the baroque composer’s greatest masterpieces. Lindy Hume directs this tale of innocence, love, faith and courage in ancient Rome struck down by blind hatred and the thirst for power. The beautiful young Theodora has inspired many to embrace the Christian faith – including the Roman officier Didymus, who has fallen deeply in love with her. When the order comes through that all Christians are to be arrested and executed, the two lovers find themselves locked in a battle to the death – each determined to sacrifice their own life to save the other. Christopher Lowrey - Pinchgut Bajazet. Image - ®Keith Saunders. Pinchgut rounds off a spectacular year with Handel’s Theodora, a succession of dramatic arias and choruses that promises to be a profoundly moving and achingly beautiful experience. In the last twenty years, Handel’s second last oratorio and his favourite work, Theodora, has come to be recognised as

An extraordinary company of international and Australian talent has been engaged to present this stunning, rarely performed. Australian soprano Valda Wilson will perform the role of Theodora, mezzo-soprano Caitlin Hulcup is her devoted friend Irene. One of the world’s leading countertenors Christopher Lowrey will sing the role of Didymus, English tenor and Pinchugut audience favourite Ed Lyon performs the role of Septimius and bass

baritone Andrew Collis as Valens. Pinchgut’s official chorus Cantillation and the Orchestra of the Antipodes will complete the experience. Pinchgut Opera focuses on new creations of rediscovered masterpieces, bringing the music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries to life with intelligence and passion. Pinchgut performances are presented in the intimate surroundings and superb acoustics of Sydney’s City Recital Hall.

EVENT THEODORA BY HANDEL Dates: 30 November (7pm), December 1, 3 & 6 (7pm), December 4 (5pm) Venue: City Recital Hall Booking Details: pinchgutopera.com.au or phone City Recital Hall on (02) 8256 2222

The Song Company presents Into Something...2016 Season Something Rich

An Orthodox Christmas Glories stream from heaven afar - a sumptuous program of carols with Georgian, Greek, and other connections. 3 - 16 November Sydney, Blackheath, Newcastle, Wollongong, Canberra Booking information www.songcompany.com.au phone (02) 8272 9500

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Hush 16 - A Piece of Quiet singer-songwriter Lior, composer Elena Kats-Chernin and The Idea of North. These are very bright musical stars indeed but the courageous children shine even brighter.

When music tells an amazing story, when every note has a deeper purpose and listeners are transported to another world. These are the goals of Hush, an astounding collaboration between Australian children, young cancer patients and our nation’s most accomplished musical minds. Hush 16: A Piece of Quiet is a new collection of original music featuring

winners, household names and regular fixtures at Fine Music FM but music like this can only arise from the minds and hearts of little ones.

What exactly did the collaboration look like? The artists themselves posed questions to the children in a series of informal conversations about life. The remarkable answers they were given became an irresistible source of musical inspiration. Each composition in Hush 16: A Piece of Quiet strives to express wonder and wisdom as only children can, uniting people of all ages in the joy of life. They may be ARIA

EVENT Hush 16 Lovers of music and life can attend the world premiere of Hush 16 Dates and Venues: Tuesday, 15 November at Sydney City Recital Hall, and in Melbourne on the 24th of November. Each concert features a full performance by all three headlining artists. Tickets are on sale through each venue’s websites, and concession rates are available! For information on The Hush Foundation, or to make a donation, please visit hush.org.au

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Nexas Quartet’s Debut Album “Current”

“The jostling counterpoint and textural ideas in my score are inspired by the art of slipstreaming or drafting, as it is known in cycling parlance. Between the saxophone quartet world and the world of cycling, there are parallels to be found, not the least of which are the pursuit of precision teamwork and a love for “the thrill of the ride”, Orlovich writes about his work.

L-R: Nathan Henshaw, Jay Byrnes, Andrew Smith, Michael Duke Since their inception over twelve years ago, Nexas Quartet (Michael Duke, Andrew Smith, Nathan Henshaw and Jay Byrnes) have premiered countless new Australian works and collaborated with the finest musicians here and abroad. The culmination of all of this hard work and dedication is now being presented in their CD Current which is being launched at the Utzon Room at the Sydney Opera House. The CD includes works that are all Australian works including world premieres. Featuring the music of Elena Kats-Chernin, Matthew Hindson, Matthew Orlovich, Lachlan Skipworth and Daniel Rojas, Current is an eclectic recording showcasing the diverse nature of Australian music and the vibrant and engaging sound of the saxophone quartet. Nexas first performed Elena Kats-Chernin’s From Anna Magdalena’s Notebook in Strasborg at the World Saxophone Congress. While it was originally written for string quartet, Kats-Chernin adapted it for Nexas. “This offers a fresh take on one of Elena’s most popular works and also explores new possibilities of timbre and enhanced dramatic effects,” says Andrew Smith. Nexas have a strong association with Elena Kats-Chernin, with Michael Duke premiering her saxophone concerto Macquarie’s Castle with the Sydney Conservatorium Orchestra earlier this year. In 2014, Nexas teamed up with internationally renowned composer Matthew Hindson and presented a ballet version of Romeo and Juliet. Nexas loved the piece so much that they asked Hindson to turn it into a suite. The result, Scenes from Romeo and Juliet

Suite was premiered earlier this year. “In this piece, I tried to use some aspects of Elizabethan dance forms mixed in with my more contemporary dance responses. It is still always classical music, however. My hope is that the music sounds very emotive of the drama and action implicit in the story,” Hindson says. Scenes from Romeo and Juliet Suite is divided into six movements, each depicting aspects of the characters and the drama of the narrative. Byrnes, Henshaw and Smith tell me that Lachlan Skipworth wrote Dark Nebulae while he was based in Germany and this is very much removed from his typical musical style. “Dark Nebulae alludes to deep space and dark matter. That’s why the sound world for it is based upon multi phonics and these slowly evolving musical lines that emerge from nowhere and from within each other,” says Smith. “There is this cluster of sound. This is probably the most ‘out there’ piece on the recording” Smith adds. Also featured on the recording is Matthew Orlovich’s Slipstream, also written especially for Nexas. Orlovich’s saxophone music is making its mark on the world stage and he has become a prominent voice for contemporary saxophone music. “I’ve written this piece called Slipstream, in three movements, and the first movement is a fanfare introduction and an up tempo lively feeling. The second movement is a ‘split personality’, with two types of character, which I have juxtaposed. There is a ‘funky’ character and a straight laced character. The third movement is a bit of a race to the finish line,” Orlovich explains.

Daniel Rojas, known for his energetic and Latin American influenced music, demonstrates a tender and lyrical side to his compositional style in Little Serenade. He writes of his piece: “Little Serenade is my homage to our memories of childhood. The contrasting middle movement, Nostalgia, is a bittersweet tribute to an innocence that dissolved long ago; vague traces of those childhood joys and tears, however, are etched into the delicate fabric of adult life.” For this recording, the slow movement, Nostalgia has been arranged and adapted by Jay Byrnes. “The translation from strings to saxophone often works quite well, and this piece is quite effective for a saxophone quartet,” says Byrnes. “The biggest challenge in arranging this is capturing the harmonies and nuances from the eight parts of the string orchestra to only four parts for the quartet.” “The pieces on this album are all substantial works that we feel very passionate about,” says Byrnes. “One of our aims is to bridge the divide between the intensely challenging contemporary works as well as the more accessible and find a middle ground. So that there’s something in there for everyone,” adds Andrew Smith. “There’s a lot that goes into recording new works and putting them in a permanent manner,” he continues. “We’re hoping that this recording cements our reputation as leading saxophone quartet in Australia and the world stage,” he adds further. -Samuel Cottell

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Elizabeth Younan is currently completing a Masters by Research degree in composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music under the tutelage of Carl Vine AO, with the assistance of the prestigious and highly competitive Australian Postgraduate Award. As one of four participants of the Con’s inaugural National Women Composers’ Development Program, Elizabeth has had the opportunity to compose for renowned musicians Georg Pedersen, Claire Edwardes, the Goldner String Quartet, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, and Sydney Philharmonia Choirs. Her first string quartet Interwoven was chosen by the Goldner String Quartet to be premiered at Musica Viva Australia’s Coffee Concert series in Sydney in 2017. Elizabeth’s woodwind quintet Shoreditch Grind received its international premiere at the inaugural BBC Proms Australia Chamber Music concert series by the Melbourne-based Arcadia Quintet, and will be featured in Musica Viva’s Melbourne Coffee Concert series and its Festival in 2017. L- R: Mayor - Gail Giles-Gidney The Young Composer Award winner 2016 - Elizabeth Younan and Convenor of Young Composer Award - Julie Simonds Each year Fine Music FM, in collaboration with Willoughby Symphony Orchestra, offers young composers up to the age of 30 years, the opportunity to enter an original composition set to a theme for the prospect of winning generous prizes including $5,000 and a world premiere performance for the winning original entry. The winner for 2016 is Sydney Conservatorium of Music student Elizabeth Younan, for her new work in Clarinet concerto.

Elizabeth completed a Bachelor of Music Composition with First Class Honours at the Con in 2015, where she was awarded a scholarship with the Australian Research Council’s Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions for her thesis ‘Peri’s L’Euridice (1600): An Analysis of the Compositional Techniques used to Express the Effect of Anguish.’ She received the 2014 Jean Bogan Youth Prize for Piano Composition by the Newcastle Conservatorium of Music for her set of Five Persian Preludes that were premiered by Australian pianist Michael Kieran Harvey. She is also the recipient of the Ignaz Friedman Memorial Prize for academic merit in composition from the Con in 2014.

INTERNSHIPS AT FINE MUSIC

At Fine Music FM we offer internships to University students studying music. We don’t mind if you’re doing a music performance degree or music on an arts degree, as long as you have an engagement with classical music or jazz. Students have the opportunity to be trained and join in some of the key activities of the Station. They learn how to create programs and do digital editing. Sometimes there’s research, digital marketing or even singing Station promos for the brave! We’d like to introduce some of this year’s students Oliver Shermacher Currently studying at the Sydney Conservatorium and in his third year of a Bachelor of Music Performance, Oliver plays clarinet. He is the principal clarinet of the Australian Youth Orchestra, and was principal on the 2016 International Tour. He has also played with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Oliver enjoys composing and arranging music. He plays historical clarinet and hosts a classical music radio show with the Sydney

University Radio Group. He is also the President of the Sydney Conservatorium Students Association. Oliver has plans to complete an exchange in Germany next year. Lolita Emmanuel Lolita is a 20-year-old pianist and aspiring singer/ songwriter in her third year of an undergraduate degree at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. She has performed at the Sydney Opera House and regularly at the Art Gallery of NSW. Lolita is also passionate about radio broadcasting. She produced and co-hosted “Bach, Beethoven & Banter,” an original program at Sydney University Radio Group (SURGFm) devoted to engaging young audiences with classical music. During her internship with Fine Music, she has gained experience in programming and has now begun presenter training at the station. She aims to become a presenter for Fine Music, with hopes to eventually bring “Bach, Beethoven & Banter” to Australian radio. November 2016

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AUSTRALIAN WORLD ORCHESTRA Chamber Music Festival in the Southern Highlands

Australian Violinist Anne Harvey-Nagl When Auguste Bernadel applied the finishing polish to his violin in Paris in 1864 he couldn’t have known the same violin would one day grace the stages of the NSW Southern Highlands, “I fell in love with it immediately when it was shown to me and luckily, I’ve never needed to search for another instrument in over 25 years,” says Anne Harvey-Nagl, a Vienna based Australian violinist who will return home in November to perform in the Australian World Orchestra Chamber Music Festival in the Southern Highlands on 26th and 27th of that month. The festival, now in its third year and curated by Artistic Director Christina Leonard, has built a solid reputation as a weekend event featuring fine music played by some of Australia’s most highly acclaimed classical musicians living at home and abroad, complimented by beautiful food and wine in the company of like-minded people. The festival also aims to introduce works by Australia’s foremost living composers. In previous years the festival has hosted Mary Finsterer, George Palmer, Tim Dargaville, Andrew Ford, and Elena Kats-Chernin. This year’s festival features the music of Australian composer Paul Stanhope who will introduce his works alongside others by Beethoven, Saint-Säens, Schumann, Ravel and Kodaly to name a few. The three programs titled ‘My Song Is Love Unkown,’ ‘The Sweetest Nightingale’ and ‘Into The Sunset’ draw inspiration from Leonard’s experiences in the Southern Highlands. “It’s such a spectacularly beautiful part of the world. For me, this natural beauty is something that inspires relaxation and 10

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creativity and makes it the perfect place to host a festival. I love the challenge of programming both cornerstones of the chamber music repertoire – well known music as well as music that is rarely heard, and also I really value the opportunity to introduce our audiences to the music of some of Australia’s finest living composers, as well as the composers themselves!” says Leonard.

working with these wonderful musicians in an intimate setting.”

Leonard, a saxophonist from Sydney who plays custom made instruments by Japanese instrument maker Yanagisawa, and the only ones of their kind in Australia, has a strong vision for this year’s Chamber Music Festival, “I’m looking forward to continuing to present concerts that showcase musicians from the AWO (Australian World Orchestra) in a really up close and personal way and to enjoy beautiful food and delicious wines with interesting people, because I always meet so many of them after a concert! Festival goers will enjoy the intimacy of chamber music, the skill of the performers and the beauty of their sounds. You always hear the mastery the players possess in chamber music repertoire.”

The festival is billed as a weekend of fine music, delicious food and uplifting experiences and will be presented at the Bowral Memorial Hall, St Jude’s, Bowral and Wombat Hollow, East Kangaloon.

The musicians from the Australian World Orchestra are some of Australia’s finest – a unique orchestral initiative that brings Australian musicians from home and abroad to perform together under the one roof. In its short 5 year history, the orchestra has attracted stellar conductors such as Maestro Zubin Mehta and Sir Simon Rattle. Violinist Harvey-Nagl says, “Every single player is at the highest level of professionalism and expertise and it’s simply a wonderful experience to work with likeminded, open, friendly, funny Australians, many of whom I have known since my student days.” As concertmaster of the Vienna Volksoper, the home orchestra to the Viennese Opera House of the same name, Harvey-Nagl is a seasoned international performer, “I am thrilled to be part of the Southern Highlands Chamber Music Festival, and to perform some of my favorite works with outstanding musicians. I’m especially looking forward to the diverse programmes, the opportunity to perform some Australian works, and to

Harvey-Nagl will be joined on stage by Leonard; violinist Lerida Delbridge, Assistant Concertmaster of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra; violist Lisa Grosman of Monash University and formerly of the Irish Chamber Orchestra; cellist Andrew Hines of the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra; clarinettist and Associate Principal of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra Frank Celata; and piano soloist Bernadette Harvey.

EVENT 2016 AWO CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL IN THE NSW SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS CONCERT 1. MY SONG IS LOVE UNKNOWN CONCERT & MORNING TEA, $66.00 ADULT, $60.00 CONCESSION Saturday 26th November 2016, 10:00am, Bowral Memorial Hall, 24 Bendooley Street, Bowral   CONCERT 2. THE SWEETEST NIGHTINGALE CONCERT & SPARKLING CANAPÉ SUPPER hosted by Fine Music 102.5, $100.00 ADULT, $94.00 CONCESSION Saturday 26th November, 6:00pm, St Jude’s Church, 34 Bendooley Street Bowral CONCERT 3. INTO THE SUNSET CONCERT & RUSTIC BUFFET WITH WINE, $150.00 ADULT, $142 CONCESSION Sunday 27th November, 11:00am, Wombat Hollow, 300 Kirkland Road East, East Kangaloon   FULL FESTIVAL TICKET FOR ALL 3 CONCERTS Join us for a magical weekend of music and delicious food and wines by purchasing a full festival ticket which provides entry to all 3 concerts & food events. $284 ADULT, $266 CONCESSION Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 November 2016 Tickets and enquiries australianworldorchestra.com.au, or phone 8283 4527.


What’s On

SYDNEY SINGS...MESSIAH! Sydney University Graduate Choir, guest choir and orchestra Music Director Christopher Bowen OAM Soloists: soprano – Anita Kyle, alto – Tim Chung, tenor – Andrew Goodwin, bass – David Hidden 13 November, 3pm Sydney Town Hall Tickets: $25-$45 Tickets: Seymour Centre Box Office: phone 02 9351 7940 or online via the Seymour Centre. The iconic Sydney Town Hall once against sets the scene for the Sydney University Graduate Choir’s performance of an equally iconic work, Handel’s Messiah. Composed in 1741 and premiered in Dublin just after Easter in 1742, Messiah has become one of the best-known and most frequently performed works in the choral repertoire. With the words from the King James Bible and Psalms from the Book of Common Prayer, as adapted by librettist Charles Jennens, Messiah counterpoints rich choruses – ‘And the glory of the Lord’, ‘Hallelujah’, ‘Worthy is the Lamb’ – with glorious arias – ‘Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion’ (soprano), ‘Why do the nations so furiously rage together’ (bass), ‘O death, where is thy sting’ (alto and tenor). The Sydney University Graduate Choir and orchestra, under the leadership of music director Christopher Bowen OAM, will be joined by a large guest choir drawn from across the city of Sydney. Soloists include Anita Kyle (soprano), Tim Chung (alto), Andrew Goodwin (tenor) and David Hidden (bass). Tickets (ranging in price from $25-$45) can be purchased from the Seymour Centre Box Office: phone 02 9351 7940 or online.

THE SONG COMPANY Sydney 3 November, 7.30pm North Sydney 13 November, 3pm Blackheath 12 November 3pm Newcastle 10 November, 7pm Wollongong 6 November, 3pm Tickets: $45-$60 Bookings: songcompany.com.au or phone 02 8272 9500 Information: songcompany.com.au Glories stream from heaven afar – a sumptuous programme of carols with Georgian, Greek, and other connections. The traditional Christmas story is not just about one transfigured night in Bethlehem, but stretches from the Annunciation some nine months earlier, to the visit of the wise men and Herod’s subsequent attempt to wipe out the rival boy-King – by then possibly a year or two old. Arvo Pärt and John Tavener’s music is well-known for its iconic beauty; that of Ivan

MOSMAN CONCERT SERIES’ PLEKTRA Sunday 6 November, 2.30pm Tickets: At the door only; $25, seniors $20, children free. Includes afternoon tea and lucky door prizes. Information: mosmanconcertseries.org.au Mosman Concert Series’ annual presentation of Plektra, one of Sydney’s very finest plucked string ensembles, now enlarged to eight players to include an additional mandolin and

Moody and Artistic Director Antony Pitts also draws on the resonant solemnity of the Orthodox liturgy, while the more earthly and rousing carols bring the celebrations home. Program includes: Arvo Pärt: Magnificat Jonathan Pitts: Hark the Herald Angels sing! Ivan Moody: The Manger: A Carol for Christmas Antony Pitts: O Holy of Holies John Sheppard: Reges Tharsis John Tavener: The Lamb plus a seasonal selection from The Naxos Book of Carols a new player, Jacques Emery, on percussion, takes place in The Blessed Sacrament Church, 62 Bradley’s Head Road, at 2.30 on Sunday 6 November. Stephen Lalor, brilliant mandolinist and Plektra’s Director has chosen a fascinating program which includes Vivaldi’s Mandolin Concerto in C, two of his own suites with evocative titles and movements: Winter Collection - Overture – The Dancing Man of Kew – The Flight of the Magic Hat; World Music Suite – East-West – Atherton Tableland Waltz – Kolo Kolo, and numerous pieces which give Plektra its classic south eastern European flavour. Intriguing, relaxing, exciting and always enjoyable!

Southern Highlands promises to be an unforgettable weekend. “My Song is Love Unknown”, “The Sweetest Nightingale” and “Into the Sunset” continue our philosophy of presenting beautiful music performed by musicians from the AWO complimented by fine wine, delicious food and the country hospitality that has become an integral part of the AWO’S Chamber Music Festival. 2016 AWO CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL AWO chamber musicians at their best IN THE NSW SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 November 2016 accompanied by a country morning tea at the Bowral Memorial Hall on Saturday Tickets and enquiries 26th November; a canapé supper at St australianworldorchestra.com.au, or phone 8283 4527. Jude’s Church hosted by Fine Music 102.5 Inspired by the iridescent music of this year’s on Saturday evening; and for the ultimate relaxing Sunday – a rustic lunch at Wombat composer in residence Paul Stanhope, the 2016 AWO Chamber Music Festival in the Hollow on Sunday 27th November. November 2016

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CD Reviews

Bruckner:Symphony no. 8 Australian World Orchestra Sir Simon Rattle ABC 4814532

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The Seattle Recital - Works by Beethoven, Chopin, Prokofiev, Debussy, Ravel & Bach Emil Gilels, piano DG 479 6288

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Recently, I came across a web page listing the greatest 25 pianists of all time. Whilst the usual suspects were there, one was strangely absent. I found it incomprehensible that the Ukrainian virtuoso Emil Gilels would Richard Strauss: Symphonic Interludes from Intermezzo & Ein Heldenleben Melbourne Symphony Orchestra/ Sir Andrew Davis ABC 481 2425

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Coupling these two choice opuses from the pen of Richard Strauss is not coincidental. Their link is that they are semiautobiographical….and before I am accused of being vague with words, let me just add that the incidental music from Intermezzo is based on a fictionalised version of what happened to Mr and Mrs Strauss relationship while the longer Ein Heldenleben is Mr Strauss’ self-glorification in the role of hero.

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international musicians who don’t normally act as a team but with a ‘Manager’ who knows how to get the best out of his players. That is what we have on the table with Sir Simon Rattle conducting the Australian World Orchestra ’one of the great orchestras of the world’ in a recorded performance of Bruckner 8 in the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera Opera House. And no wonder that the performance was crowned Best Orchestral Concert of the Year at the 2016 Helpmann Awards. Bruckner began work on the Eighth Symphony, the last symphony the composer completed and it was premiered under conductor Hans Richter in 1892 in Vienna and dedicated to the Emperor in 1885. The 1890 premiere was twice scheduled to occur under the direction of the young Felix Weigartner but each time he substituted another work at the last minute eventually telling Bruckner that he was unable to undertake the performance

because the work was too difficult and he did not have enough rehearsal time. In particular, the Wagner Tuba players in his orchestra did not have enough experience to cope with their parts. Did Sir Simon become affected by similar difficulties in his Sydney performance? I don’t think so! One anonymous writer described the symphony as “the crown of music in our time” whilst Hugo Wolf wrote to a friend that the symphony was “the work of a giant that surpasses the other symphonies of the master in intellectual scope, awesomeness, and greatness. Need one say any more? Acquiring this recording could be a valuable momento of a great Australian musical occasion. - Emyr Evans

not be included and I immediately dismissed the list. This previously unreleased recording, a live recital from Seattle in 1964, dispels any theories that he is not up there with the very best concert pianists of all time. The recital opens with a powerful and energetic reading of Beethoven’s Waldstein sonata. His recordings of the Beethoven sonatas are legendary and this is no exception. Whilst some of the intricacies of the work are lost, and I put this down to the recording equipment, his powerful surges in the outer movements are counterbalanced tremendously with moments of delicacy and serenity in the short slow movement which serves as more of an introduction to the finale. Other highlights on this disc include a jaw dropping account of Prokofiev’s brief one movement Sonata No 3 and a brash, virtuosic account of Stravinsky’s popular Russian Dance from Petrushka. There

is more Prokofiev, with excerpts from his Visions Fugitives, as well as shorter works from Debussy and Ravel. He finishes with a Bach Prelude in B Minor which displays his ability to encompass music from all periods of Western music. His account of Chopin’s rarely performed Variations on Là ci darem la mano evokes sensitivity combined with a majestic grandeur and sense of occasion. Whilst the music itself is spectacular, I feel as though DG could have done more to clean up this recording and remove more of the background noise, especially the incessant coughing from the audience. This was particularly noticeable towards the end of the first movement of the Waldstein Sonata. This is an important release in the 100th anniversary of his birth. Connoisseurs of Gilels will be tripping over themselves to get hold of this. They won’t be disappointed. - Frank Shostakovich

Strauss once told a friend: “I don’t see why I should not compose a symphony about myself. I find myself quite as interesting as Napoleon or Alexander.” Initially, I should praise the Melbourne Symphony and Sir Andrew Davis for the way he has moulded this excellent orchestra. It has biff, bash and no lack of bravado. As for Intermezzo, it is based on a misunderstanding on the supposed affair that Strauss had with a ‘penpal’ which almost led to divorce proceedings. Strauss, on his part objected to his flirtatious wife having a dalliance with a younger singer. And so the plot (which Strauss was forced to write as he could find no collaborators) was born. The incidental music is light, frothy and highly appealing. Which, alas, is more than I can say for Ein Heldenleben. Strauss loved

his brass and that has front-of-house status in this symphonic poem. Hopefully for me, it is like a hair shirt ……. an acquired habit!! - Randolph Magri-Overend


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Jazz CD Reviews Interlude Lyn Stanley A.T. Music LLC 31104

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The former United States ballroom dancing champion’s third album is arguably her best, not only because of the timeless quality of the songs but the way in which she stamps her own personality on them with effortless phrasing and flawless intonation. Not easy when you consider many of these songs are synonymous with great artists of the past but it doesn’t appear to be a problem for a polished performer like Lyn Stanley who is among that unique band of vocalists who not only tells a story through the lyrics but does so with emotional warmth _ and

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class! And to think she has been singing professionally for a little more than five years. The album begins and ends on a high note: Gershwin’s How long has this been going on with impressive trombone from Bob McChesney and a duet with guitarist John Chiodini on I’m A Fool To Want You from the Sinatra canon. I first heard many of these songs as a teenager and these, with other gems from The Great American Songbook, have proven a refuge from the barbaric garbage which passes for popular music these days and to hear them stylised by Stanley in a contemporary setting is a more than satisfactory experience. Take Boulevard of broken dreams where its atmosphere is enhanced by the combination of Hendrick Meurtens’ harmonica and the cello of

Cecilla Tsan and with the same pair she elegantly remakes Ellington’s In A Sentimental Mood. A beautifully recorded album. - Kevin Jones

This is another outstanding offering from the Joe Lovano Quartet featuring the late great Hank Jones. Jones passed away at the ripe young age of ninety-one in 2010, five years after this album was recorded at the Newport Jazz Festival in 2005. What we’re left with is another collaboration between Jones and Lovano that gave us the Blue Note albums I’m All for You (the title track which finds its way into this live set), the now iconic Joyous Encounter plus the duo outing Kids: Live at Dizzy’s Club. Drummer Lewis Nash replaces Paul Motian in the quartet’s previous line up on this album, accompanying them in a different way to his predecessor’s sonic landscaping. He is more at home driving hard and the other band members seem to thrive

on it. Technically this is a classic jazz quartet in every sense of the term. It is blessed with the inclusion of Hank Jones, one of the modern jazz geniuses of all time. His playing emanates imagination and inspiration and all his solos are full of love and musical poetry. The Brazilian influenced Don’t Ever Leave Me has some outstanding input from all players and Oliver Nelson’s Six And Four allows Lovano to get raunchy and raucous on the tenor, Jones to skillfully spiral across the keys, Nash to pulsate and throb on percussion and George Mraz on bass to just keep on walking. This culminates the album’s mission - that of being the perfect jazz for a summer’s day - not just in Newport. - Barry O’Sullivan

Nino Rota was an Italian composer, pianist and conductor who is best known for his film scores, most notably for the films of Federico Fellini and Luchino Visconti. He also composed the first two film scores of Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather trilogy, receiving the Academy Award for Best Original Score for The Godfather Part II, with the American Film Institute ranking Rota’s score number five on their list of the greatest film scores ever. This album focuses on Rota’s work for Fellini’s most popular films Amarcord, La Strada and La Dolce Vita plus Juliette Of The Spirits and Otto e Mezzo. Rota could write a great tune and his driving force was a unique sense of melody combined with elements of folk, circus music and opera. He embodied these elements with lush orchestrations,

marching bands and Italian swing, whereas The Umbrellas approach is more of a salon chamber ensemble incorporating bits of wild saxophone, playful trombone and pocket trumpet. But there are also vibes, marimba, mezzo-soprano voce and drum and bass to enjoy, all accompanied by the piano, organ and accordion of maestro Peter Dasent who was responsible for all the arrangements. This recent re-issue of the 2001 recording of Rota’s music is a potpourri of sonic magic extracted by the band from Rota via Fellini via Dasent, giving it new breath and continuous life. For happy music on a Summer’s day, it is highly recommended. - Barry O’Sullivan


ACACIA QUARTET

a wonderful partnership (with Acacia) I want to give opportunities to young people for them to be exposed to top-quality music.’

Acacia Quartet On the lower ground floor of Fine Music 102.5, tucked into Studio C, the Acacia Quartet are hard at work. Their name chosen to depict the wattle flower, it has, like them, evolved to represent a dedication to Australian music and composers. At the end of 2016, Fine Music will be bidding Acacia farewell as their time as Artist in Residence comes to an end. After three years, and a wonderful partnership, it is time for the quartet to spread their wings. Though they had already been nominated for an ARIA and an APRA-AMCOS award, few people had heard of the Acacia Quartet in 2014. Bringing together a wealth of talent in the guise of violinists Lisa Stewart and Myee Clohessy, violist Stefan Duwe and cellist Anna Martin-Scrase, the quartet needed to find a way to have their voice heard. Fortunately Liz Terracini, then General Manager of Fine Music, stepped in and invited the quartet to have a ‘Media Package’. As Myee Clohessy explains, suddenly, Acacia went ‘from being a relatively unknown ensemble to being recognised as one of Australia’s leading ensembles’. Fine Music’s support combined with Acacia’s hard work and dedication allowed them to find their niche and unique voice. Acacia’s dream was to have an Australian presence. Not only have they collaborated with musicians and composers such as Nick Russionello, Sally Whitwell and Elena Kats-Chernin (to name but a few) but they have also toured broadly throughout regional NSW. For Clohessy, this has meant a return to her roots. Having grown up in the Southern Highlands, Clohessy recalls how her Mum would look up the broadcast programme on radio and ‘record them, to let me listen to when I came home from school’. On the morning that she spoke to Fine Music, Clohessy had watched a 12-year-old girl play a Mozart violin concerto with her regional orchestra. ‘It reminded me,’ Clohessy mused, ‘of opportunities that I got when I was young. Now

This dedication to fostering a love for music across the generations is perhaps why Acacia have been selected for the Raphael Project. In May next year, they will travel to Berlin to record and perform three string quartets by the German composer, Günter Raphael. Though Berlin may seem a far cry from Bellingen, the origins of the project are closer to home. Lisa Stewart worked in Germany for many years and it is there that she met Fredrik Pachla, Raphael’s son-in-law. On hearing of the death of Pachla’s wife, solo violinist Christine Raphael, Stewart felt she needed to contact him. As she told Fine Music, ‘We began conversing with each other and talking about having lost such loved ones. Fredrik told me about the Christine Raphael Foundation and how it was an everlasting memory of her achievements promoting the overall presence of her father, Günter Raphael’s works. I was so touched by Fredrik’s love of both Christine and her father Günter Raphael that I was keen to know more. I told Fredrik of my life now in Acacia Quartet and said how I would love to hear Raphael’s music and was saddened to hear that Raphael’s music had been banned during the Nazi regime in Germany, and hoped that perhaps we could bring Günter Raphael’s music to Australia.’ Pachla agreed and sent over CDs of his wife playing her father’s music as well as scores of the works. The quartet fell in love with the music and after a couple of phone calls had an invitation to Berlin to record three (of Raphael’s six) quartets. As Stewart had hoped, they will also be performing these forgotten works at the Sydney Opera House and the Bowral Autumn Music Festival next year. For a quartet to cross the world (with their precious instruments in tow) is not, however, an inexpensive undertaking. Acacia hope their craft can help them raise the necessary funds. On the 6th of November, they will be holding their annual fundraise at The Rose Room, Burradoo - combining country surrounds, great food and beautiful music, it is the Acacia Quartet epitomised. Fine Music should be proud of what they have nurtured. They have helped an ensemble grow and, in the process, assisted

new composers to become established while ensuring that old ones are not forgotten. The Acacia Quartet is now fully in bloom.

- Nicky Gluch A word of thanks from Myee Clohessy: Acacia would love to thank Fine Music for their vision in recognising the Quartet’s potential back in 2014. Since being Artists in Residence we have received such great support from the Directors at Fine Music. Behind the scenes there have been so many amazing volunteers and staff that have welcomed and supported us. In particular, Acacia would love to say a huge thank you to Program Coordinator Steve-Marc McCulloch. We wish next year’s Artist in Residence the best of luck with their musical journey and urge other ensembles to apply for this wonderful opportunity.

EVENT ACACIA QUARTET NOVEMBER CONCERTS: Sunday 6th Nov, 2pm - 5pm Acacia’s Annual Fundraiser at The Rose Room, Burradoo. We are trying to raise money to help us continue our popular self presented concert series at the Sydney Opera House, Utzon Room in 2017, present more concerts for children, bring Australian compositions to the stage and perform for people in regional Australia. In addition, Acacia need to raise money for our first European tour to Berlin next year as we have been invited by the Raphael Foundation to perform four concerts in honour of Günter Raphael’s 114th Anniversary and record three of his string quartets for CD.  People will be welcome to join us for an enjoyable afternoon of fine performances, canapés and wines and over $8000 worth of prizes. Wednesday 9th Nov, 7pm  ACACIA Presents ‘Harbour Light’ at the Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House. World premiere of the new commissioned String Quartet by Sally Whitwell and Joe Twist as well favorites by Philip Glass, Bernard Herrmann, George Gershwin and Nick Wales.   Friday 11th Nov, 7.30pm & Sat 12th Nov, 2pm Albury Chamber Music Festival, St Matthew’s Anglican Church & Adamhurst Ballroom. Music by Beethoven, Mozart, Phillip Glass, Bernard Hermann, Nick Wales  Visit acaciaquartet.com for further details.  November 2016

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Tuesday 1 NOVEMBER

Vladimir Ashkenazy 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Julie Simonds 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Artist of choice: Hartmut Lindemann Prepared by Paul Cooke

12:00 JAZZ RHYTHM with Jeannie McInnes An eclectic blending of agreeable rhythm and melody from the New Orleans jazz roots through to recent decades, including many Australian bands

Brahms, J. Gestillte Sehnsucht, op 91 no 2 (pub. 1884). Beverley Bergen, mezz; Geoffrey Tozer, pf. Fine Music concert recording 5

13:00 AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Produced by Simon Moore Highlights and previews of the month’s concerts including interviews with the key players

Kodály, Z. Fantasia cromatica (1950). Tacet 21 9

14:00 FRENCH FLING Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend

Liszt, F. Romance oubliée (1880). Geoffrey Tozer, pf. Fine Music concert recording 4

Massenet, J. Ballet music from Le Cid (1885). City of Birmingham SO/Louis Frémaux. EMI 5 65150 2 20

Bax, A. Sonata (1922). Ben Martin, pf. Tacet 35 LC 7033 26 Wieniawski, H. Etude and caprice in E flat, op 18 no 2 (arr. Lindemann). Colin Cornish, va. Fine Music concert recording 5 Mozart, W. Grand sextet in concertante style (1779; arr from Sinfonia concertante in E flat, K364). David Pereira, vc; Australia Ensemble. ABC 481 0853 31 Hartmut Lindemann, va (all above)

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Delibes, L. Bell song: Where is she going the young Hindu girl, from Lakmé (1883). Emma Matthews, sop; PO of Monte-Carlo/ Brad Cohen. ABC 480 5996 8 Debussy, C. Children’s corner (1908). Gordon Fergus-Thompson, pf. ASV DCA 695 16

10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Denis Patterson

Bizet, G. Suite no 2 from L’Arlésienne (1872). Detroit SO/Paul Paray. Mercury 475 6268 16

Rossini, G. Overture to Bianca e Falliero (1819). Prague SO/Christian Benda. Naxos 8.572735 7

Ravel, M. Spanish rhapsody (1907). Berlin PO/Pierre Boulez. DG 439 858-2 17

Ravel, M. Piano concerto in G (1929-31). Krystian Zimerman, pf; Cleveland O/Pierre Boulez. DG 449 213-2 22

Duparc, H. Phidylè (1882). Karita Mattila, sop; Martin Katz, pf. Ondine ODE 1100-5 6

Elgar, E. Symphony no 1 in A flat, op 55 (1908). Sydney SO/Vladimir Ashkenazy. Exton EXCL-00027 52

Berlioz, H. Death of Cleopatra (1829). Janet Baker, mezz; London SO/Alexander Gibson. EMI 5 62788 2 21

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16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Andrew Dziedzic 19:00 THE JAZZ BEAT with Lloyd Capps Smooth small group jazz from the 50s on, and with a visit from Miles Davis each week 20:00 RECENT RELEASES with Michael Field 22:00 CHAMBER SOIRÉE Prepared by Phil Vendy Scharwenka, X. Piano trio no 1 in F sharp minor, op 1 (1869). Lydia Mordkovitch, vn; Colin Carr, vc; Seta Tanyel, pf. Collins 14482 25 Paderewski, I. Sonata in A minor, op 13 (1884). Wanda Wilkomirska, vn; Paul Dan, pf. Ambitus amb 97 830 24 Moszkowski, M. Suite for two violins and piano, op 71. Ilya Gringolts, vn; Alexandr Bulov, vn; Irina Ryumina, pf. BIS CD-1016 19 Doppler, F. Andante and rondo, op 25. JeanPierre Rampal, fl; Claudi Arimany, fl; John Steele Ritter, pf. Delos DE 3212 8 Zarebski, J. Piano quintet in G minor, op 34 (1885). Jonathan Plowright, pf; Szymanowski Quartet. Hyperion CDA67905 35


Wednesday 2 NOVEMBER 12:00 JAZZ SKETCHES with Robert Vale Jazz of many colours, some old, some new and all designed to inform and stimulate the senses 13:00 YOUNG VIRTUOSI

Pascal Rogé 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Peter Kurti 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Composers of the 18th century Prepared by Rex Burgess Bach, J.S. Keyboard concerto no 7 in G minor, BWV1058 (1738-39). Angela Hewitt, pf; Australian CO/Richard Tognetti. Hyperion CDA67307 14 Bononcini, G. Cantata: Il lamento d’Olimpia (1721). Musica da Camera; Adelaide Baroque Ensemble. Adelaide Baroque AB002 14 Boismortier, J. de Cello suite in D minor, op 50 no 4 (1734). Suzanne Wijsman, vc; Noeleen Wright, vc. ABC 476 6996 13 Blavet, M. Sonata in D minor, op 2 no 2, La Vibray (1750). Rachel Brown, fl; Mark Caudle, bass viol; James Johnstone, hpd. Chandos CHAN 0544 11

14:00 IN CONVERSATION with Michael Morton-Evans Each week we meet one of the world’s great musicians, singers, composers or conductors, along with up-and-comers and some of the men and women who influence the arts landscape. The program goes live to air so you never quite know what’s going to happen. 15:00 SATIE EXPLORED Part 1 Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans Satie, E. Ogives, 1 to 4 (1886). Reinbert de Leeuw, pf. Philips 462 162-2 13 Troisième sarabande (1887). Pascal Rogé, pf. Decca 455 401-2 6 Gnossienne no 1 (1889). Ian Harrison, voice; Miriam Anderson, voice, hp; Axel Weidenfeld, lute; cornetto, chalumeau; Ahmet Kadri Rizeli, kementché; Ihsan Mehmet Özer, qanooun; Mehmet Cemal Yesilçay, oud. Dou-Tak NT098 6 Gnossienne no 2 (1890; arr. Loussier c1998). Jacques Loussier Trio. Telarc 83431 4 Gymnopédie 1 (1888; arr. Debussy). Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit. Decca 421 527-2 3

Boyce, W. Corydon and Miranda, a pastoral interlude (1750). Opera Restor’d/Peter Holman. Hyperion CDA66935 17

Gymnopédie no 2 (1888). Richard Stoltzman, cl; Nancy Allen, hp. RCA RD 60198 2

Bonporti, F. Concerto in D, op 11 no 8 (c1727). I Virtuosi dell’Accademia. Nuova Era 7000 12

Pièces froides (1897). Reinbert de Leeuw, pf. Philips 462 162-2 14

10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Sheila Catzel Poulenc, F. Les biches (1923). Ulster O/Yan Pascal Tortelier. Chandos CHAN 9023 20 Kalkbrenner, F. Piano concerto no 2 in E minor, op 85 (1826). Tasmanian SO/Howard Shelley, pf & dir. Hyperion CDA67843 33 Pleyel, I. Symphony in C minor (1778). Capella Istropolitana/Uwe Grodd. Naxos 8.554696 28

16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Tom Forrester-Paton 19:00 JAZZ STARS AND STRIPES with Peter Mitchell The stars of American jazz from bebop on, mainly small group low temperature jazz 20:00 AT THE OPERA Prepared by Camille Mercep Cherubini, L. Lodoïska. Opera in three acts. Libretto by Claude-François Fillette-Loraux. First performed Paris, 1791.

LODOÏSKA: Nathalie Manfrino, sop ALTAMORAS: Alain Buet, bass-bar DOURLINSKI: Pierre-Yves Pruvot, bar FLORESKI: Sébastien Guèze, ten VARBEL: Amando Noguera, bar Les Éléments Chamber Choir; Le Cercle de L’Harmonie/Jeremie Rhorer. naïve/ambroisie AM209 1:50 Set in Poland in 1600, the beautiful Lodoïska has been entrusted by her father, Altamoras, into the care of the tyrant Dourlinski. She is in love with the young Count Floreski, but her father disapproves of his political sympathies and has promised her to Dourlinski. Floreski, accompanied by his squire Varbel, desperately set out in search of her and find her imprisoned in Dourlinski’s castle. Floreski challenges Dourlinski, but just at the moment the castle is attacked by Tartars. Dourlinski forgets about his prisoner and she is rescued by her lover. Overture to Medea (1797). Tuscan O/Donato Renzetti. Europa 350-221 7 Mozart, W. Dies’ bildnis ist bezaubernd schön, from The magic flute, K620 (1791). Joseph Schmidt, ten; Berlin State Opera O/ Selmar Meyrowitz. Telefunken 0927 42665 2 4 Non piu di fiori, from La clemeza di Tito (1791). Magdalena Kozená, mezz; O of the Age of Enlightenment/Simon Rattle. DG 11054 7 Cimarosa, D. Overture to Il matrimonio segreto (1791). Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia/ Alessandro Amoretti. Naxos 8.570508 6 22:30 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN CONCERTI Prepared by Gael Golla Copland, A. Concerto for clarinet, harp and piano (1947-48). Martin Fröst, cl; Malmö SO/ Lan Shui. BIS BIS-CD-893 18 Castelnuovo-Tedesco, M. Guitar concerto in D, op 99 (1939). Alirio Diaz, gui; I Solisti di Zagreb/Antonio Janigro. Vanguard 08 9003 72 19 Stravinsky, I. Concerto for two pianos (193135). Katia Labèque, pf; Marielle Labèque, pf. Philips 420 822-2 18 Barber, S. Cello concerto, op 22 (1945). Steven Isserlis, vc; Saint Louis SO/Leonard Slatkin. RCA 09026-68283-2 26

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Thursday 3 NOVEMBER 13:00 CASUALTIES OF WAR Prepared by Stephen Wilson Lawes, W. Royal consort sett no 9 in F. Emily Ashton, viol; Elizabeth Kenny, theorbo; Phantasm/Laurence Dreyfus. Linn CKD 470 15 Magnard, A. Symphony no 1 in C minor, op 4 (1890). Toulouse Capitole O/Michel Plasson. EMI 5 72364 2 31

Gianfranco Masini 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Simon Moore 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Two’s company Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans Mozart, W. 12 pieces, K487 (1786). Michel Portal, cl; Paul Meyer, cl. EMI 5 56732 2 20 Bax, A. Sonata (1928). Lorna McGhee, fl; Alison Nicholls, hp. Naxos 8.554507 18 Bush, G. Dialogue: A conversation (1960). Neil Black, ob; Geoffrey Bush, pf. Chandos CHAN 8819 15 Chopin, F. Sonata in G minor, op 65 (184546). Franz Bartolomey, vc; Madoka Inui, pf. Naxos 8.557708 30 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans Bizet, G. Suite from La jolie fille de Perth. Mexico PO/Enrique Bátiz. Brilliant Classics 94404 13 Clementi, M. Piano concerto in C (c1790). Felicja Blemental, pf; Prague SO/Alberto Zedda. Brana Records BR 0008 23 Borodin, A. Symphony no 2 in B minor (1869-76). Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz. Naxos 8.572786 27 Busoni, F. Concert piece, op 31a (1890). Jeffrey Swann, pf; Montpellier PO/Gianfranco Masini. Arkadia CDAK 126.1 20 12:00 JAZZ, PURE AND SIMPLE with Maureen Meers Covering the many aspects of jazz from Swing to Mainstream, with the Great American Songbook making regular appearances 18

Granados, E. Piano quintet in G minor, op 49 (1894). Manuel Porta Gallego, vn; Joaquin Riquelme Garci, va; Lom Piano Trio. Naxos 8.572262 16 Webern, A. Passacaglia, op 1 (1908; arr. R. De Leeuw). Het Collectief/Reinbert de Leeuw. Zigzag ZZT345 15 14:30 FRENCH INSPIRATION Prepared by Yvonne Laki Chausson, E. Poème de l’amour et de la mer, op 19 (1882-90). Jessye Norman, sop; Lane Anderson, vc; Monte-Carlo PO/Armin Jordan. Erato 2292 45368-2 27 Saint-Saëns, C. Havanaise, op 83 (1887; transcr. Yo-Yo Ma). Yo-Yo Ma, vc; Kathryn Stott, pf. Sony SK 87287 9 Ravel, M. Trio in A minor (1914; orch. Tortelier). Ulster O/Yan Pascal Tortelier. Chandos CHAN 9114 27 Debussy, C. Suite bergamasque (1905). Zoltán Kocsis, pf. Philips 456 874-2 17 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Debbie Scholem 19:00 THE NEW JAZZ STANDARD with Frank Presley 20:00 LIVE AND LOCAL Suppé’s Requiem Recorded by Greg Ghavalas for SUGC on 8 May 2016 in the Great Hall, University of Sydney Suppé, F. Missa pro defunctis. Sarah Toth, sop; Anna Dowsley, cont; David Hamilton, ten; Adrian Tamburini, bass; Sydney University Graduate Choir & O. 1:09 Saint-Saëns, C. Panis angelicus (1898; arr.); Ave Maria (c1880; arr.); Ave verum corpus (1865/68; arr.); O salutaris hostia (1856; arr.). Sydney University Graduate Chamber Choir; Amy Johansen, org. 13 Christopher Bowen, cond (2 above) SUGC recordings

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Paul Paray 21:30 SAINT-SAËNS INTERLUDE Prepared by Frank Morrison Saint-Saëns, C. Introduction and rondo capriccioso, op 28 (1863). Maxim Vengerov, vn; Israel PO/Zubin Mehta. Teldec 9031-73266-2 9 Danse macabre, op 40 (1874). Detroit SO/ Paul Paray. Mercury 434 336-2 7 Concert piece for horn and orchestra in F minor, op 94 (1887). Peter Damm, hn; Staatskapelle Dresden/Siegfried Kurz. Berlin Classics 00128852BC 9 22:00 DIFFERING PATHS OF THE 20TH CENTURY Prepared by Calogero Panvino Ives, C. From the steeples and the mountains (1901-02). London Gabrieli Brass Ensemble/Christopher Larkin. Hyperion CDA66517 4 Symphony no 3, The camp meeting (190411); The unanswered question, from Two contemplations (1906). New York PO/ Leonard Bernstein. CBS MK 42407 30 The Alcotts, from Sonata no 2, Concord Mass. Alexei Lubimov, pf. 6 Largo, from Three quarter-tone pieces (1921). Pierre-Laurent Aimard, pf. 4 Apex 0927 49515 2 (2 above) Reich, S. Piano phase (1967). Double Edge. Electra Nonesuch 979 169-2 20 The desert music (1982-84). Ch sine nomine; Tonkünstler-O Niederösterreich/Kristjan Järvi. Chandos CHSA 5091 46


Friday 4 NOVEMBER 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Janine Burrus 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Only strings Prepared by Frank Morrison Reger, M. String trio in A minor, op 77b (1904). Gernot Süssmuth, vn; Stefan Fehlandt, va; Hans-Jakob Eschenburg, vc. Naxos 8.570785 24 Dragonetti, D. Andante and rondo for double bass and strings. Ludwig Streicher, db; Munich CO/Hans Stadlmair. Teldec 2292-42452-2 10 Haydn, J. String duo in B flat, Hob.VI:3 (bef. 1777). Kazuo Okamura, vn; Hans Dusoswa, va. Etcetera KTC 1081 8 Gross, E. Hooperisms (1991). Adrian Hooper, mand; Paul Hooper, mand. Jade JADCD 1044 17 Shostakovich, D. String quartet no 8 in C minor, op 110 (1960). Simón Bolívar String Quartet. DG 479 0429 21 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Paul Hopwood Bax, A. Festival overture (1909/18). London PO/Bryden Thomson. Chandos CHAN 8586 16 Vanhal, J. Concerto in F for two bassoons. Umea Sinfonietta/Jukka-Pekka Saraste. BIS CD-288 23 Dvorák, A. Symphony no 4 in D minor, op 13 (1874). London SO/István Kertész. Decca 417 596-2 43 12:00 A JAZZ HOUR with Barry O’Sullivan 13:00 FANTASY ON A GREEN THEME Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Verdi, G. Triumphal march, ballet music and chorus, from Aida (1871). RTE Philharmonic Choir; NSO of Ireland/Rico Saccani. Naxos 8.553963 12 Vaughan Williams, R. Fantasia on Greensleeves (1912; arr. Greaves, 1934). Tasmanian SO/David Stanhope. ABC 472 984-2 5 Coates, E. The Greenland (1953). BBC Concert O/John Wilson. ASV WHL 2107 6 Verdi, G. Quattro pezzi sacri (pub. 1898). Joan Sutherland, sop; Marilyn Horne, mezz; Luciano Pavarotti, ten; Martti Talvela, bass; Chicago Symphony Ch & O/Georg Solti. Decca 478 3640 38

Grainger, P. Green bushes, from British folk-music settings (1905-06). Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Kenneth Montgomery. Chandos CHAN 8377 9 Verdi, G. Invano, Alvaro … Le minaccie, i fieri accenti, from La forza del destino (1862). Enrico Caruso, ten; Pasquale Amato, bar. RCA GD 60495 8 Edwards, R. The hermit of green light; Geography VI; Geography III; And no bird sings (1979/83). Elizabeth Campbell, mezz; Anthony Fogg, pf. Canberra School of Music CSM 15 14 Verdi, G. Era più calmo? ... Ave Maria, from Otello (1887). Renée Fleming, sop; Larissa Diadkova, mezz; London SO/Georg Solti. Decca 478 2826 16 15:00 SAINT-SAËNS AND THE CONCERTO Prepared by Chris Blower Offenbach, J. Overture to La périchole (1868). Scottish CO/Antonio de Almeida. RCA 09026 68116 2 3 Ponchielli, A. The get-together: Divertimento for two clarinets (1868). Colin Bradbury, cl; Donald Watson, cl; Oliver Davies, pf. ASV DCA 701 10 Bizet, G. La coccinelle; Ma vie a son secret; Pastorale; Berceuse sur un vieil air (1868). Ann Murray, mezz; Graham Johnson, pf. Hyperion CDA66976 17 Saint-Saëns, C. Piano concerto no 2 in G minor, op 22 (1868). Pascal Rogé, pf; Royal PO/Charles Dutoit. Decca 478 2826 24 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Brendan Walsh 19:00 FRIDAY JAZZ SESSION with Sally Cameron Focus on the current Sydney jazz scene mixed with a range of international jazz stars and a weekly a cappella item 20:00 THE ROMANTIC CENTURY Prepared by Robert Small

Bottesini, G. Gran quintetto, op 99 (1858). Quintetto d’Archi del Teatro Regio Torino. Chandos CHAN 10867 28 22:00 BAROQUE AND BEFORE Prepared by Susan Bell Dufay, G. Apostolo glorioso, from O gemma lux (c1434). Huelgas-Ensemble/Paul van Nevel. Harmonia Mundi HMG 50 3 Gautier de Coinci. If love by which I am smitten. New London Consort/Philip Pickett. Decca 460 794-2 8 Anon. Veni creator spiritus: three voice conductus. Trio Mediaeval. ECM New Series 476 3021 10 Binchois, G. Triste plaisir; Amours mercy; Je me recommande; Adieu mes tres belles; De plus en plus. Ensemble Gilles Binchois/ Dominique Vellard. Virgin 5 45285 2 16 Ockeghem, J. Prenez sur moi vostre exemple amoureux; Ma bouche rit. Early Music Consort/David Munrow. Virgin 5 61334 2 8 Byrd, W. Mass for three voices (1593-94). Tallis Scholars/Peter Phillips. Gimell CDGIM 343/4 18 Merula, T. Nigra sum; Gaudeamus omnes. Faye Newton, sop; Jamie Savan, cornett; Steven Devine, org, hpd. Chandos CHAN 0761 7 Telemann, G. Trio in F; Trio in B minor (1740). Genevieve Lacey, rec; Daniel Yeadon, va da gamba; Neal Peres Da Costa, org, hpd. ABC 476 5105 14 Boyce, W. Trio sonatas: no 1 in A minor; no 2 in F (pub. 1747). Collegium Musicum 90/ Simon Standage. Chandos CHAN 0648 14 Bach, J.S. Trio sonata in G, BWV1038 (1732-35). Emmanuel Pahud, fl; Berlin Baroque Soloists. EMI 5 57111 2 7

Schubert, F. Incidental music to Rosamunde, D797 (1823). Vienna PO/Riccardo Muti. EMI CDC 7 54873 2 16 Brahms, J. Double concerto in A minor, op 102 (1887). Herman Krebbers, vn; Tibor de Machula, vc; Royal Concertgebouw O/Hans Vonk. Radio Nederland RCO 06004 34 Cherubini, L. Symphony in D (1815). Tuscan O/Donato Renzetti. Europa 350-221 29

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Saturday 5 NOVEMBER 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SATURDAY MORNING MUSIC with Stephen Wilson 9:00 WHAT’S ON IN MUSIC Our weekly guide to musical events in and around Sydney 9:05 ORCHESTRAS AROUND THE WORLD Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Prepared by Brian Drummond Beethoven, L. Symphony no 4 in B flat, op 60 (1806). Willem van Otterloo, cond. Radio Nederland RCO 06004 31 Debussy, C. La mer (1905). Bernard Haitink, cond. Philips 438 742-2 23 Stravinsky, I. Suite no 3 from The firebird (1945). Riccardo Chailly, cond. Decca 473 731-2 29 Royal Concertgebouw O (all above) 10:30 MUSIC FOR SMALL FORCES Benda, G. Sonata. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fl; Robert Veyron-Lacroix, hpd. BCI Music BCCD 296 9 Mozart, W. Menuet in D. Aladar Mozi, vn; Danica Moziova, pf. Point Classics 267184-2 4 Dussek, J. Sonata. Anna Lelkes, hp. Forum 462073-2 8 Danzi, F. Wind quintet in B flat, op 56 no 1 (pub. 1821). Gewandhaus Windquintet. Lufthansa Promotional Gift 6824630 15 Haydn, J. String quartet in B flat, op 1 no 1. Royal Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble. Tring TRP 628 16 11:30 ON PARADE Music that’s band Prepared by Owen Fisher Fucik, J. Entry of the gladiators. Allentown Band/Ron Demkee. AMP 87107 3 Saint-Saëns Finale from Symphony no 3 in C minor, op 78, Organ (1886). Black Dyke Mills Band/James Watson. Doyen DOY 060 3 James, H. Carnival of Venice. Tom Hutchinson, cornet; Cory Band/Robert Childs. Doyen DOY 239 3 Moss, K. Floral dance. Grimethorpe Colliery Band/Trevor Jones. RCA 09026-68757-2 3 20

Steadman-Allen, R. Crown of conquest march. Salvation Army Band/Stephen Cobb. Doyen DOY 221 4 Grainger, P. Molly on the shore. Yorkshire Building Society Band/David King. Polyphonic QPRL 213D 3 12:00 JAZZ SATURDAY @ STUDIO A with Leita Hutchings 13:00 SCOTTISH FLING Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend d’Albert, E. Overture to Esther (1888). Moscow SO/Dmitry Yablonsky. Naxos 8.553728 13 Orr, B. A Carmen fantasy (1985). Maria Kliegel, vc; Nina Tichman, pf. Naxos 8.557613 14 Mackenzie, A. Scottish concerto, op 55. Steven Osborne, pf; BBC Scottish SO/Martyn Brabbins. Hyperion CDA67023 28 Oswald, J. Sonata on Scots tunes. Richard Gwilt, vn; Ingrid Siefert, vn; Charles Medlam, vc; John Toll, hpd. Linn CKD 008 9 Wallace, W. Creation symphony (1899). BBC Scottish SO/Martyn Brabbins. Hyperion CDH55465 47 15:00 OPERETTA IN THE AFTERNOON Prepared by Elaine Siversen Sullivan, A. The gondoliers. Operetta in two acts. Libretto by W.S. Gilbert. First performed London, 1889. DUKE OF PLAZA-TORO: Geraint Evans, bar DUCHESS OF PLAZA-TORO: Monica Sinclair, cont CASILDA: Edna Graham, sop LUIZ: Alexander Young, ten DON ALHAMBRA: Owen Brannigan, bass MARCO PALMIERI: Richard Lewis, ten GIUSEPE PALMIERI: John Cameron, bar TESSA: Marjorie Thomas, cont GIANETTA: Elsie Morison, sop Glyndebourne Festival Ch; Pro Arte O/ Malcolm Sargent. EMI CMS 7 64394 2 1:37 The Duke and Duchess of Plaza Toro arrive in Venice from Spain with their daughter Casilda who, as a baby, was married to the son and heir of the King of Barataria. The infant prince was taken by Don Alhambra to Venice and, as the King has died, the hidden prince is now king. Casilda is now the reigning queen of Barataria but she is secretly in love with Luiz, their drummer. Don Alhambra explains that the prince was raised by the gondolier, Baptisto Palmieri, a drunkard, who eventually forgot which boy was his own son and which boy was the prince. The two boys, Marco and

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Giuseppe, are now gondoliers. They have just married Tessa and Gianetta respectively. Don Alhambra informs them that one of them is the King of Barataria, but no one knows which. The gondoliers agree to go to Barataria at once, acting as one individual until the actual king is identified. Don Alhambra neglects to mention that the King is married to Casilda. In Barataria Don Alhambra breaks the news that one of the gondoliers had married Casilda when they were babies and therefore is an unintentional bigamist. The Duke and Duchess of Plaza Toro arrive with Casilda and Luiz. Don Alhambra finds the nurse who cared for the young prince. She happens to be Luiz’s mother. She hid the prince and gave Don Alhambra her own son instead. Thus, the king is neither Marco nor Giuseppe, but Luiz. Casilda finds that she is already married to the man she loves and the two gondoliers surrender their crown to Luiz and, though a bit disappointed that neither will be a king, they can return happily to Venice with their wives. Excerpts from The Yeomen of the Guard (1888). Muriel Harding, sop; Ann DrummondGrant, cont; Leonard Osborn, ten; Martyn Green, bar; D’Oyly Carte Opera Company Ch & O/Isidore Godfrey. 10 Excerpts from HMS Pinafore (1878). Muriel Harding, sop; Joan Gillingham,mezz; Ella Halman, mezz; Leonard Osborn, ten; Martyn Green, bar; Leslie Rands, bar; Darrell Fancourt, bass-bar; D’Oyly Carte Opera Company Ch; New Promenade O/Isidore Godfrey. 25 Naxos 8.111311/12 (2 above) 17:30 STAGING MUSIC with Angela Cockburn Trains 18:00 SOCIETY SPOT Folk Federation of NSW 19:00 THE MAGIC OF STAGE AND SCREEN Prepared by Annabelle Drumm 20:00 INFLUENCES AND CONNECTIONS Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prepared by Katy Rogers-Davies Glanville-Hicks, P. Harp sonata (1950). Marshall McGuire, hp. Tall Poppies TP112 10 Hart, F. Five songs to text by William Sharp, op 64 (1927). Merlyn Quaife, sop; Michael Kieran Harvey, pf. Tall Poppies TP155 7 Benjamin, A. Ballade for string orchestra (1947). Queensland SO/Christopher LyndonGee. Marco Polo 8.223764 15


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Sunday 6 NOVEMBER 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC with Terry McMullen 9:00 MUSICA SACRA Prepared by Barrie Brockwell Monteverdi, C. Sinfonia to Cantata, BWV42: Am abend aber desselbigen sabbats (1725). Concentus Musicus Vienna/ Nicolaus Harnoncourt. Teldec 2564 69943-7 6

Antony Walker. Image by Christian Steiner Glanville-Hicks, P. Letters from Morocco (1952). Gerald English, ten; Tasmanian SO/ Antony Walker. Tall Poppies TP112 15 Bowles, P. Six preludes (1933-45). Bennett Lerner, pf. Etcetera KTC 1019 7 Glanville-Hicks, P. Three gymnopédies (1934). Sydney SO/Myer Fredman. ABC 442 374-2 9 Vaughan Williams, R. A London symphony, no 2 (1913/20/33). London PO/Adrian Boult. EMI CDC 7 47214 2 43 22:00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME Prepared by Rex Burgess Ravel, M. Valses nobles et sentimentales (1910). Cleveland O/Pierre Boulez. DG 449 213-2 15 Lhoyer, A. de Guitar concerto, op 16. Philippe Spinosi, gui; Ensemble Matheus/ Jean-Christopher Spinosi. naïve OP 30396 19 Cherubini, L. String quartet no 5 in F (1835). Quartetto David. BIS CD-1005 25 Glazunov, A. Fantasia, op 104 (1919-20). Joan Yarbrough, pf; Robert Cowan, pf. Pantheon D 20910 28 Copland, A. The red pony suite (1948). Mexico City PO/Enrique Bátiz. EMI 5 73653-2 24

Monteverdi, C. Beatus vir (pub. 1640). Gentlemen of the Chappell; His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts. ASV GAU 122 9 Mozart, W. Sonata all’Epistola no 1 in E flat, K67 (1772). István Ella, org; Corelli CO/ István Kertész. Hungaroton HCD 12866-2 2 Bach, J.S. Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV645 (arr. Busoni). Hannes Minnaar, pf. Cobra COBRA 0038 4 Brahms, J. Geistliches Weigenlied, op 91 no 2 (pub. 1884). Ann Murray, cont; Nobuko Imai, va; Stephen Kovacevich, pf. EMI CDC 7 54578 2 5 Grechaninov, A. Missa festiva, op 154 (1937). Ludmilla Golub, org; Russian State Symphonic Capella/Valery Polyansky. Chandos CHAN 9559 22 10:00 THE CLASSICAL ERA Prepared by Barrie Brockwell Arriaga, J. Overture to Nonetto, op 1 (c1817). Le Concert des Nations; La Capella Reial de Catalunya/Jordi Savall. Astrée E 8532 8 Sor, F. Folies d’Espagne et un menuet, op 15a (c1815). Marc Teicholz, gui. Naxos 8.553354 6 Portugal, M. Sconsigliata che fo! from The death of Semiramide (1791). Yvonne Kenny, sop; Philharmonia O/David Parry. ABC 456 695-2 7 Haydn, J. Symphony in F, Hob.I:40 (1763). Academy of Ancient Music/Christopher Hogwood. L’Oiseau-Lyre 433 661-2 21 Krufft, N. Rondo alla Polacca. Hermann Baumann, hn; Leonard Hokanson, pf. Philips 416 816-2 5 Hummel, J. Adagio and rondo in A, alla polacca. James Ehnes, vn; London Mozart Players/Howard Shelley. Chandos CHAN 10255 11 Krommer, F. Italian concertino (1809). Dieter Klöcker, cl; Waldemar Wandel, cl; Stuttgart RSO/Wolf-Dieter Hauschild. Schwann 3-1077-2 11

Mozart, W. String quintet no 4 in G minor, K516 (1787). Cecil Aronowitz, va; Amadeus Quartet. DG 431 149-2 34 12:00 SYDNEY JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS Speak easy, swing hard with Richard Hughes The Golden Era of jazz, as seen through the knowledge and experience of one of Australia’s leading exponents

13:00 WORLD MUSIC: Whirled Wide Showcases diverse music from cultures around the world, both traditional and modern, featuring musicians from all corners of the globe, including Australia 14:00 BIRDS AND THE BEE Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Offenbach, J. The birds in the hedgerows, from The tales of Hoffmann (1881). Patricia Petibon, sop; Lyon Opera Ch & O/Yves Abel. Decca 475 090-2 7 Liszt, F. St Francis of Assisi preaching to the birds (1863). Nikolai Demidenko, pf. Hyperion CDA66616 11 Respighi, O. Suite: The birds (1927). Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Tamás Vásáry. Chandos CHAN 8913 20 Nyman, M. Where the bee dances (1991). Amy Dickson, sax; Royal PO/Mikel Toms. Sony 88697376792 16 15:00 SUNDAY SPECIAL The zodiac: Composers born under Scorpio Prepared by Ron Walledge Couperin, F. Les gondoles de Délos, from Ordre 23 (pub. 1730). Christophe Rousset, hpd. Harmonia Mundi HMC 901445.46 6 Scarlatti, D. Te Deum. Immortal Bach Ensemble; Lars Baunkilde, vle; Michael Dücker, theorbo; Leif Meyer, org; Morten Schuldt-Jensen, cond. Naxos 8.570382 6 Weber, C.M. Clarinet concerto no 1 in F minor, op 73 (1811). Charles Neidich, cl; Orpheus CO. DG 435 875-2 19 Bellini, V. Fini … me lassa! from I puritani (1835). Beverly Sills, sop; Nicholai Gedda, ten; London PO/Julius Rudel. DG 471 766-2 7 Strauss, J. II The blue Danube, op 314 (1867). Vienna PO/Riccardo Muti. DG 474 900-2 10 November 2016

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Bizet, G. In the depths of the temple, from The pearlfishers (1863). Jussi Björling, ten; Robert Merrill, bar; RCA Victor SO/Renato Cellini. RCA GD 87799 5

9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC A year in retrospect: 1886 Prepared by Di Cox

Copland, A. Appalachian spring (1938). Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz. Delos DE 3154 24

Chabrier, E. Overture to Gwendoline (1886). Detroit SO/Paul Paray. Mercury 478 5092 9

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Saint-Saëns, C. The carnival of the animals (1886). Robert Cordier, vc; Jacques Kazavran, db; Aldo Ciccolini, pf; Alexis Weissenberg, pf; Conservatoire Concerts Society O/Georges Prêtre. EMI 1664482 21

Hymn: For all the saints. Choir of Paisley Abbey/George McPhee. Decca B0006647-02 4 Hymn: Fairest Lord Jesus. Choir of St Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney; Mark Quarmby, org; Michael Deasey, cond. STA CD0201 4 Hymn: The Saviour died but rose again. Scottish Philharmonic Singers; John Langdon, org; Ian McCrorie, cond. Abbey SCSCD 2830 3 Zelenka, J. Gloria; Sanctus; Agnus Dei, from Mass in honour of all saints. Prague Baroque Soloists; Ensemble Inegal/Adam Viktora. Nibiru 01542231 16 Haydn, J. Kyrie; Gloria, from St Cecilia Mass. Trinity Choir, New York; Rebel Baroque O/Owen Burdick. Naxos 8.508009 9 Liszt, F. Excerpts from St Elizabeth of Hungary. Frankfurter und Marburger Konzertchor; Warsaw RSO/Siegfried Heinrich. DG 00289 477 9525 14

Siegfried Heinrich 19:00 SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT Prepared by Stephen Matthews Brahms, J. Tragic overture, op 81. Royal Concertgebouw O/Bernard Haitink. Decca 478 2365 14 Mozart, W. Excerpts from La clemenza di Tito, K621 (1791). Wind Soloists of the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie, Bremen. Coviello COV 50712 16 Haydn, M. Trumpet concertino in C. Franz Landlinger, tpt; Salzburger Hofmusik/ Wolfgang Brunner. cpo 777 538-2 9 Mendelssohn, F. Symphony no 3 in A minor, op 56, Scottish (1842). London SO/Claudio Abbado. Decca 475 8677 42 20:30 NEW HORIZONS Prepared by Paul Cooke Hosokawa, T. Circulating ocean (2005). Lyon NO/Jun Märkl. Naxos 8.573276 21

Hymn: When I survey the wondrous cross. St Michael Singers; David Poulter, org; Paul Leddington, cond. Kingsway KMCD582 3

Laitman, L. Fathers (2002/10). Angela Niederloh, mezz; Mikhail Shmidt, vn; Walter Gray, vc; Minba Miller, pf. Naxos 8.559685 13

18:00 THE BRENDEL LEGACY Prepared by Meg Matthews

Rasmussen, S. Violin concerto no 1, Songs of seasons (2004). John Storgårds, vn; Ostrobothnian CO/Juha Kangas. Dacapo 8.226044 23

Beethoven, L. Sonata no 30 in E, op 109 (1820). Decca/Philips 478 9064 18 Seven variations in E flat on the theme Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen, WoO46 (1801). Adrian Brendel, vc. Decca/Philips 478 9114 10

Edwards, R. Symphony no 3, Mater Magna (2001). Melbourne SO/Markus Stenz. ABC 461 830-2 24 22:00 AFTER HOURS JAZZ with Kevin Jones

Bagatelles, op 126 nos 5 and 6 (1823-24). Decca/Philips 478 9074 7 Sonata no 14 in C sharp minor, op 27 no 2, Moonlight (1801). Decca/Philips 478 9059 16 Alfred Brendel, pf (all above) 22

Monday 7 NOVEMBER

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Dvorák, A. Slavonic dances, op 46 (1878): no 3 in A flat; no 4 in F. Czech PO/Charles Mackerras. Supraphon SU 3422-2 031 11 Franck, C. Sonata in A (1886). Jacqueline du Pré, vc; Daniel Barenboim, pf. EMI CZS 5 68132 2 29 Brahms, J. It runs like melodies, op 105 no 1; Ever fainter grows my slumber, op 105 no 2 (1886). Jessye Norman, sop; Daniel Barenboim, pf. DG 459 469-2 7 Strauss, R. Festmarsch in D (1886). Max Mandel, va; Amelia Piano Trio. Naxos 8.570896 5 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Denis Patterson Auber, D-F-E. Overture to The mason and the locksmith. West Australian SO/David Measham. LP EMI SMP 0042 6 Paganini, N. Violin concerto no 2 in B minor, op 7 (1826). Yehudi Menuhin, vn; Royal Philharmonic O/Alberto Erede. EMI 5 72854 2 28 Wagner, R. Overture and Venusberg music, from Tannhäuser (1845). Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz. Naxos 8.572769 23 Gade, N. Symphony no 4 in B flat, op 20 (1849-50). Danish National RSO/Christopher Hogwood. Chandos CHAN 9609 22 12:00 SWING SESSIONS with John Buchanan Featuring bands of the 1930s swing era and the dance bands of the 1920s taken from radio broadcasts, transcriptions and recording sessions


Tuesday 8 NOVEMBER

Monday 7 NOV 13:00 INSPIRED BY MOZART Prepared by Elaine Siversen

0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE

Hoffmeister, F. Flute quartet in A, after Mozart’s K331, Alla turca. Israel Flute Ensemble. CDI 18809 24

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Beethoven, L. 12 variations on Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen, from Mozart’s The magic flute, op 66 (1796). Yo-Yo Ma, vc; Emanuel Ax, pf. CBS M2K 42446 11 Chopin, F. Variations on Mozart’s Là ci darem la mano, op 2 (1827). Kun-Woo Paik, pf; Warsaw PO/Antoni Wit. Decca 475 169-2 18 14:00 CONCERTOS FOR THREE Prepared by Stephen Wilson Mozart, W. Concerto in F for three pianos, K242, Lodron (1776). Martha Argerich, pf; Paul Gulda, pf; Rico Gulda, pf; O della Svizzera Italiana/Alexandre RabinovitchBarakovsky. DG 477 9884 25 Telemann, G. Concerto in B flat for three trumpets (arr. Leppard). Wynton Marsalis, tpt; English CO/Raymond Leppard. LP CBS M 42478 10 Salieri, A. Triple concerto in D (c1770). Heinz Holliger, ob; Thomas Demenga, vc; Camerata Bern; Thomas Füri, vn & dir. Archiv 410 599-2 25 Vivaldi, A. Concerto in A for violin, three echo violins and strings, RV552 (1740). Academy of Ancient Music/Andrew Manze, vn & dir. Harmonia Mundi HMX 2907541.45 15 Beethoven, L. Triple concerto in C, op 56 (1803-04). Beaux Arts Trio; Gewandhaus O/ Kurt Masur. Decca 478 6962 34 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with David Brett

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9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Artist of choice: Joshua Bell Prepared by Anne Irish Sarasate, P. de Carmen fantasy, op 25 (c1883). Samuel Sanders, pf. Decca 475 6715 15 Prokofiev, S. Five melodies, op 35 bis. Olli Mustonen, pf. Decca 440 926-2 12 Bottesini, G. Gran duo concertante (1880). Edgar Meyer, db; Saint Paul CO/Hugh Wolff. Sony SK 60956 14 Sibelius, J. Romance, op 82 no 2; Mazurka, op 81 no 1 (1915). Samuel Sanders, pf. Decca 475 6715 6

Puccini, G. Bimba dagli occhi pieni di malia, from Madama Butterfly (1904). Miriam Gauci, sop; Yordy Ramiro, ten; Slovak RSO/ Alexander Rahbari. Naxos 8.578066/67 11 Verdi, G. La donna è mobile, from Rigoletto (1851). Luciano Pavarotti, ten; London SO/ Richard Bonynge. Decca 478 2346 2 Mozart, W. A cenar teco m’invitasti, from Don Giovanni, K527 (1787). Samuel Ramey, bass-bar; Paata Burchuladze, bass; Ferruccio Furlanetto, bass; Berlin German Opera Ch; Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan. DG 419 635-2 8

Wieniawski, H. Variations on an original theme, op 15 (1854). Samuel Sanders, pf. Decca 475 6715 13

Rossini, G. Strahit auf mich die Blitz des Goldes, from The barber of Seville (1816). Fritz Wunderlich, ten; Eberhard Wächter, bar; Vienna State Opera O/Karl Böhm. DG 477 9109 8

Bernstein, L. West Side story suite (1960; arr. Brown). Philharmonia O/David Zinman. Sony SK89358 19

Ponchielli, A. Dance of the hours, from La gioconda (1876). Gothenburg SO/Neeme Järvi. DG 429 494-2 11

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Wagner, R. Brünnhilde’s immolation scene, from Götterdämmerung (1869-74). Birgit Nilsson, sop; Gottlob Frick, bass; Vienna PO/ Georg Solti. Decca 476 2457 20

10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Anne Irish Wagner, R. Prelude to Act I of Lohengrin (1850). Metropolitan Opera O/James Levine. DG 028948105533 11 Elgar, E. Cello concerto in E minor, op 85 (1918-19). Jacqueline du Pré, vc; London SO/ John Barbirolli. EMI CZS 5 68132 2 30 Rimsky-Korsakov, N. Scheherazade, symphonic suite after 1001 nights, op 35 (1888). Daniel Majeske, vn; Cleveland O/Lorin Maazel. Decca 480 6627 42 12:00 JAZZ RHYTHM with Jeannie McInnes 13:00 LEGENDARY SINGERS with Randolph Magri-Overend

19:00 JAZZ NICE ‘N EASY with Ken Weatherley

14:00 CLASSICAL JUKEBOX Greatest hits from the world of opera Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend

20:00 STORMY MONDAY with Austin Harrison and Garth Sundberg

Verdi, G. Overture to The force of destiny (1862). Israel PO/Zubin Mehta. Decca 475 7470 8

22:00 THE AUSTRALIAN JAZZ SCENE with Susan Gai Dowling and Peter Nelson

Verdi, G. La fatal pietra, from Aïda (1871). Joan Sutherland, sop; Elizabeth Connell, mezz; Luciano Pavarotti, ten; London Opera Ch; National PO/Richard Bonynge. Decca 400-058-2 11

Puccini, G. Vissi d’arte ..., from Tosca (1900). Maria Callas, sop; Renato Ercolani, ten; Tito Gobbi, bar; Conservatoire Concert Society O/ Georges Prêtre. EMI CDM 63087 2 13 Donizetti, G. Mad scene, from Lucia di Lammermoor (1839). Joan Sutherland, sop; Royal Opera House Ch & O/Richard Bonynge. LP EMI DTS 571/72 13

16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Derek Parker 18:00 SYDNEY SYMPHONY 2016 Produced by Andrew Bukenya What’s on in concerts during the next month 19:00 THE JAZZ BEAT with Lloyd Capps 20:00 RECENT RELEASES with Charles Barton 22:00 CHAMBER SOIRÉE Prepared by Paul Cooke Bach, J.S. Cello suite no 2 in D minor, BWV1008 (c1720). Edgar Meyer, db. Sony SK 89183 20 Gluck, C. Excerpts from Iphigénie en Tauride (1779; arr. Triebensee). Albion Ensemble. Helios CDH55037 20 Sutherland, M. Divertimento (1958). Andrew Lorenz, vn; Robert Harris, va; Janis Laurs, vc. LP Audiophile LA 07723 11 Hummel, J. Sonata in D, op 50 (1810-14). Marta Mazzini, fl; Stefano Fiuzzi, pf. Dynamic CDS 128 19 Elgar, E. Quintet in A minor, op 84 (1918-19). Piers Lane, pf; Goldner String Quartet. Hyperion CDA67857 39 November 2016

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Wednesday 9 NOVEMBER the village greengrocer. At the celebrations when Albert is crowned, Sid, one of the village lads, laces the lemonade with rum. Albert, embarrassed, feeling foolish, and now decidedly drunk, vanishes only to return after a night on the tiles, and a happily disorderly adventure. He celebrates his liberation with Sid and his girlfriend Nancy. 22:35 SPACE SOUNDS Prepared by Madilina Tresca Hovhaness, A. Symphony no 6, op 173, Celestial gate (1959). Manhattan CO/Richard Auldon Clark. Koch 3-7221-2H1 21

Matthias Bamert 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN

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9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Composers of the 18th century Prepared by Richard Verco

15:00 SATIE EXPLORED Part 2 Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans

Vanhal, J. Symphony no 2 in G minor (1771). London Mozart Players/Matthias Bamert. Chandos CHAN 9607 19

Satie, E. Jack in the box (1899; arr. Milhaud). BBC SO/Darius Milhaud. BBC Music 15656 91512 7

Boccherini, L. Guitar quintet no 9 in C, La ritirata di Madrid (1798). Alexander Schneider, vn; Felix Galimir, vn; Michael Tree, va; David Soyer, vc; Alirio Diaz, gui. Vanguard OVC 8006 23 Krumpholtz, J-B. L’amante abandonée; La nuit profonde (1762). Isabelle Poulenard, sop; Jean-François Lombard, ten; Stephanie Paulet, vn; Sandrine Chatron, hp. Ambroisie AM 179 7 Bach, J.S. Sonata no 3 in E, BWV1016 (bef. 1725). Christian Ferras, vn; Celiny ChailleyRichez, pf. DG 480 6655 19 Edelmann, J-F. Sonata in C, op 8 no 1 (1779). Sylvie Pécot-Douatte, pf. Calliope CAL 9296 13 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Paul Hopwood Berlioz, H. Overture to Beatrice and Benedict (1860-62). Philharmonia O/JeanPhilippe Rouchon. ASV DCA 895 8 Paderewski, I. Piano concerto in A minor, op 17 (1888). Felicja Blumental, pf; Pro Musica O Vienna/Helmuth Frosch. LP Turnabout TV-S 3487 34 Prokofiev, S. Symphony no 4 in C, op 112 (1947). Malmö SO/James DePreist. BIS CD-531 40 24

Trois morçeaux en forme de poire (18901903). Christian Ivaldi, Noël Lee, pf. LP Arion ARN 336 025 15 Parade (1917). New London O/Ronald Corp. Hyperion CDA66365 15 Death of Socrates, from Socrates (1918). Hugues Cuénod, ten; Geoffrey Parsons, pf. Nimbus 5027 16 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with James Hunter 19:00 JAZZ STARS AND STRIPES with Peter Mitchell 20:00 AT THE OPERA Prepared by Elaine Siversen Britten, B. Albert Herring, op 39. Opera in three acts. Libretto by Eric Crozier. First performed Glyndebourne, 1947. LADY BILLOWS: Sylvia Fisher, sop ALBERT HERRING: Peter Pears, ten SID: Joseph Ward, bar NANCY: Catherine Wilson, mezz English CO/Benjamin Britten. Decca 478 5364 2:18 Lady Billows and the local dignitaries of a small English village meet to elect a May Queen. Sadly, none of the village girls are sufficiently pure and blameless to qualify, so they decide to elect a May King, and choose Albert Herring, the naïve, innocent son of

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Walker, S. Deep space (1989). Simon Walker, pf, synthesizers, perc. oneMone 1004 10 Holst, G. Venus; Mercury, from The planets, op 32 (1914-16). Melbourne SO/Malcolm Sargent. ABC 434 896-2 11 Kanno, Y. A cluster of stars II (1982/97). Torleif Thedéen, vc; Noriko Ogawa, pf. BIS CD-876 14 Duparc, H. Aux étoiles (1874/1911). Toulouse Capitole O/Michel Plasson. EMI 5 55385 2 6 Carr-Boyd, A. Stardust (2002). John Martin, pf. Jade JADCD 1106 3 Chadwick, G. When the stars are in the quiet skies (1910). Robert White, ten; Samuel Sanders, pf. Hyperion CDA66920 3 Carr-Boyd, A. Titan (2004). John Martin, pf. Jade JADCD 1106 5 Sculthorpe, P. A sun song for Eric (1991). Ian Shanahan, rec; Dominique Guerbois, vn; Susan Blake, vc. Jade JADCD 1031 2


Thursday 10 NOVEMBER Liszt, F. Valse oubliée no 1 (1881-83). Clifford Curzon, pf. Decca 452 306-2 3

0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Simon Moore

Valses oubliée no 2. Sviatoslav Richter, pf. Philips 454 167-2 6 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Marilyn Schock

9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Two’s company Prepared by Emyr Evans Beethoven, L. Duo for viola and cello in E flat, WoO32, with two obbligato eyeglasses (1796-97). Jürgen Kussmaul, va; Anner Bijlsma, vc. Sony SK 48076 14 Schuller, G. Duo sonata (1949). Theodore Schoen, cl; Laura Ardan, cl. Naxos 8.572264 10 Milhaud, D. Duo, op 258 (1945). Krysia Osostowicz, vn; Ernst Kovacic, vn. Hyperion CDA66437 6 Allworth, R. Album leaves for mandolin duo (1978). Adrian Hooper, mand; Paul Hooper, mand. Jade JADCD 1023 9 Mozart, W. String duo no 2 in B flat, K424 (1783). Arthur Grumiaux, vn; Arrigo Pelliccia, va. Philips 422 513-2 20 Vaughan Williams, R. Three vocalises for soprano voice and clarinet (1958). Judith Howarth, sop; Emma Johnson, cl. ASV DCA 891 5 Haydn, J. String duo no 1 in F, Hob.VI:1 (bef. 1777). Kazuo Okamura, vn; Hans Dusoswa, va. Etcetera KTC 1081 9 Handel, G. Ah! spietato, from Amadigi di Gaula, HWV11 (1715). Emma Kirkby, sop; Katharina Arfken, ob; Brandenburg Consort/ Roy Goodman. Hyperion CDA66860 5 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Frank Morrison Dvorák, A. Overture: Carnival, op 92 (1893). Royal PO/John Farrer. ASV QS 6124 10 Mozart, W. Bassoon concerto in B flat, K191 (1774). Milan Turkovic, bn; Stuttgart CO/ Martin Sieghart. Orfeo C 223 911 A 19 Rachmaninov, S. Symphony no 2 in E minor, op 27 (1907). Royal Scottish NO/ Alexander Gibson. Chandos CHAN 6606 54 12:00 JAZZ, PURE AND SIMPLE with Maureen Meers

19:00 THE NEW JAZZ STANDARD with Frank Presley

Ernst Kovacic 13:00 TRANSFORMATIONS Prepared by Mariko Yata Smetana, B. The Moldau. Vienna PO/James Levine. DG 419 768-2 12 Ravel, M. La valse (1921). London SO/ Claudio Abbado. DG 427 314-2 12 Smetanin, M. Minimalism isn’t dead ... it just smells funny. Synergy. ABC 442 350-2 6 Kapustin, N. Sonata no 15, op 127, Fantasia quasi sonata. John Salmon, pf. Naxos 8.570532 23 Keane, R. Music for John Bell: Five Shakespearean miniatures (c2015). New Sydney Wind Quintet Fine Music concert recording 16 Schubert, F. Winterreise, D911 (1827): no 1, Good night; no 24, The organ-grinder. Matthias Goerne, bar; Alfred Brendel, pf. Decca 467 092-2 11 Clementi, M. Sonatina no 1 in C, from Six progressive sonatinas, op 36 (1797/1820). Balázs Szokolay, pf. Naxos 8.550452 4 Satie, E. Sonatine bureaucratique (1917). Roland Pöntinen, pf. BIS CD-317 4 Tchaikovsky, P. Variations on a rococo theme, op 33 (1876). Mischa Maisky, vc; Orpheus CO. DG 453 460-2 19 15:00 MASTERS OF THE KEYBOARD Prepared by Emyr Evans Schubert, F. Sonata in A, D664 (1819). Vladimir Ashkenazy, pf. Decca 443 579-2 22 Franck, C. Prelude, chorale and fugue (1884). Jorge Bolet, pf. Decca 421 714-2 20

20:00 LIVE AND LOCAL In a Vienna salon Recorded by Julian Lennox for FINE MUSIC on 31 May 2016 in the Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House Hoffmeister, F. Flute quartet in C minor, op 16 no 2. 16 Albrechtsberger, J. String quartet in D minor, op 21 no 2 (pub. c1798). 7 Vanhal, J. Flute quartet in B flat, op 7 no 2. 14 Mozart, W. String quartet no 20 in D, K499, Hoffmeister (1786). 35 Australian Haydn Ensemble/Skye McIntosh (all above) 21:30 BRAHMS INTERLUDE Prepared by Frank Morrison Brahms, J. Rhapsody in G minor, op 79 no 2 (1879). Martha Argerich, pf. DG 476 114-7 6 Gypsy songs, op 103 nos 1 to 7 (1887-88). Jessye Norman, sop; Daniel Barenboim, pf. DG 459 469-2 12 Prelude and fugue in A minor (1856). Peter Planyavsky, org. DG 479 1965 6 22:00 DIFFERING PATHS OF THE 20TH CENTURY Prepared by Phil Vendy Stojowski, Z. Piano concerto no 2 in A flat, op 32 (1909-10). Jonathan Plowright, pf; BBC Scottish SO/Martyn Brabbins. Hyperion CDA67314 33 Bacewicz, G. String quartet no 5 (1955). Lutoslawski Quartet. Naxos 8.572807 30 Górecki, H. Collisions, op 17 (1960). Polish NSO/Jan Krenz. Olympia OCD 385 16 Panufnik, A. Symphony no 5 (1974-75). Konzerthaus O Berlin/Lukasz Borowicz. cpo 777 686-2 33

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Friday 11 NOVEMBER 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Janine Burrus 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Only strings Prepared by Di Cox Larsson, L-E. Little serenade for strings, op 12. Musica Vitae/Wojciech Rajski. BIS CD-460 11 Bach, J.S. Cello suite no 1 in G, BWV1007 (c 1720). Mischa Maisky, vc. DG 445 373-2 20 Haydn, J. Quartet in D, op 2 no 2 (c1765; arr.). Karin Schaupp, gui; members of Flinders Quartet. ABC 476 4435 23 Hoffmeister, F. Quartet no 2 in D. Ernö Sebestyén, vn; Helmut Nicolai, va; Martin Ostertag, vc; Norbert Duka, db. Naxos 8.572187 19 Dussek, J. Sonata in C minor, op 35 no 3 (pub. 1797). Gabriella dall’Olio, hp. Claves 50 9301 7 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Elaine Siversen Balakirev, M. Suite in D minor after Chopin (1910). USSR SO/Yevgeny Svetlanov. LP Melodiya C10 234-5 001 22 Haydn, J. Trumpet concerto in C, Hob. VIIb:1 (c1761-65; arr. M. Nakariakov). Sergei Nakariakov, tpt; Württemberg CO/Jörg Faerber. Teldec 3984-24276-2 24

Fauré, G. Les berceaux, op 23 no 1 (1879); Clair de lune, op 46 no 2 (1887). Ian Bostridge, ten; Julius Blake, pf. EMI 5 57609 2 6 Ravel, M. Trois chansons: Nicolette; Trois beaux oiseaux du Paradis; Ronde (1915). Elizabeth Lane, sop; Caroline Ashton, sop; Edward Helegeson, ct; Simon Perkins, ten; Choir of Clare College, Cambridge/Timothy Brown. Meridian CDE 84153 6 Saint-Saëns, C. Une flûte invisible; Violons dans le soir. François le Roux, bar; Graham Johnson, pf. Hyperion CDA66856 9 Duparc, H. The gallop; To the country where there is war, from Mélodies (1869-70). Martine Mahé, mezz; Vincent le Texier, bar; Noël Lee, pf. Pierre Verany 793061 7

Bruckner, A. Symphony no 4 in E flat, Romantic (1874). London SO/István Kertész. Decca 478 6420 1:01

Hoffmeister, F. String quartet in D minor, op 14 no 3. Aviv Quartet. Naxos 8.555952 22 Clementi, M. The black joke with 21 variations, Wo10. Howard Shelley, pf. Hyperion CDA 67850 14 Krommer, F. Clarinet quartet in B flat, op 83. Dieter Klöcker, cl; Consortium Classicum. cpo 999 141-2 22

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Eugenia-Maria Popova, vn (2 above) Leman LC 42901 13:30 SONGS OF FRANCE Prepared by Gael Golla Debussy, C. La chevelure (1897); Apparition (1884). Renée Fleming, sop; Jean-Yves Thibaudet, pf. Decca 467 697-2 7 Berlioz, H. The shepherds’ farewell, op 25 (1850-54). Cambridge Singers; City of

Chabrier, E. Three romantic waltzes (188083). Kathryn Stott, pf; Elizabeth Burley, pf. Unicorn-Kanchana DKP 9158 14

14:30 MOZART’S CONTEMPORARIES Prepared by Stephen Wilson

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Sonata no 5 in G, op 27 (1924). 9

Shostakovich, D. Romance, from Suite from The gadfly (1934). Ukraine NSO/Theodore Kuchar. Naxos 8.578005/06 6

Schumann, R. Romance, op 94 (1849). Paul Dombrecht, ob; Jos van Immerseel, pf. Accent ACC 78330 D 4

Dussek, J. Piano concerto in C, op 29 (1795). Ulster O/Howard Shelley, pf & dir. Hyperion CDA68027 23

Ysaÿe, E. Sonata in G minor, op 27 no 1 (1924). 16

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Poulenc, F. Seven chansons. Groupe Vocale de France/John Aldis. EMI 5 65151 2 12

Dvorák, A. Symphony no 7 in D minor, op 70 (1885). Sydney SO/Charles Mackerras. Sydney Symphony SSO 200705 36

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19:00 FRIDAY JAZZ SESSION with Sally Cameron 20:00 THE ROMANTIC CENTURY Romances without words Prepared by Katy Rogers-Davies Bruch, M. Romance in A minor, op 42 (1874). Patrice Fontanarosa, vn; Berlin SO/ Michael Schönwandt. EMI 5 55582 2 9 Brahms, J. Romance in F, op 118 no 5 (1892). Radu Lupu, pf. Decca 417 599-2 4 Schumann, C. Three romances, op 22 (1853). Lisa Batiashvili, vn; Alice Sara Ott, pf. DG 479 0086 9

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22:00 BAROQUE AND BEFORE Prepared by Andrew Dziedzic Bacheler, D. The Queen’s Almaine (pub. 1610). Paul O’Dette, lute. Harmonia Mundi HMU 907068 7 Monteverdi, C. Vespers of the blessed Virgin (1610). Ann Monoyios, sop; Marinella Pennicchi, sop; Michael Chance, ct; Mark Tucker, ten; Nigel Robson, ten; Sandro Naglia, ten; Bryn Terfel, bass; Alastair Miles, bass; Monteverdi Choir; London Oratory Junior Choir; English Baroque Soloists; His Majestys Sagbutts & Cornetts/John Eliot Gardiner. DG 479 1044 1:46

MUSIC TRIVIA with Michael Morton-Evans 1. The Spectre’s Bride is a cantata by which Czech composer? Answers on page 46.


Saturday 12 NOVEMBER Itzhak Perlman, vn; Pittsburg SO/André Previn. EMI 5 66060 2 12

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Grieg, E. Sonata no 1 in F, op 8 (1865). Lydia Mordkovitch, vn; Elena Mordkovitch, pf. Chandos CHAN 9184 25

9:05 ORCHESTRAS AROUND THE WORLD Orchestra of the Santa Cecillia Academy Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend

Delius, F. Sea drift (1903-04). Bryn Terfel, bass-bar; Bournemouth Symphony Ch & O/ Richard Hickox. Chandos CHAN 9214 25

Mozart, W. Laudate Dominum, from Vesperae solennes de confessore, K339 (1780). Cecilia Bartoli, mezz; Myung WhunChung, cond. Decca 478 2558 5

Chopin, F. Ballade no 4 in F minor, op 52 (1842). Roger Woodward, pf. Warner Music 450990318-2 12

Donizetti, G. Mad scene, from Lucia di Lammermoor (1835). Joan Sutherland, sop; Rinaldo Pelizzoni, ten; John Pritchard, cond. Decca 475 7981 16 Santa Cecilia Academy Ch (2 above) Pergolesi, G. Cantata: Questo è il piano. Marianne Pizzolato, cont; Antonio Pappano, cond. DG 477 9337 13 Puccini, G. Vissi d’arte, from Tosca (1900). Renata Tebaldi, sop; Francesco MolinariPradelli, cond. ABC 480 5629 3 Cilea, F. È la solita storia del pastore, from L’arlesiana (1902). Jonas Kaufmann, ten; Antonio Pappano, cond. Decca 478 2258 5 Fauré, G. Requiem, op 48 (1888/93/1900). Cecilia Bartoli, sop; Bryn Terfel, bass-bar; Santa Cecilia Academy Ch; Myung WhunChung, cond. DG 459 365-2 38 Santa Cecilia Academy O (all above) 10:30 MUSIC FOR SMALL FORCES Prepared by Paul Hopwood Boccherini, L. Piano quintet in C, op 57 no 6 (1799). Les Adieux. Harmonia Mundi GD77053 20 Schubert, F. Trio in G, D96 (1814). Zoltán Jeney, fl; Pál Lukács, va; Ede Banda, vc; László Szendrey-Karper, gui. White Label HRC 146 33 11:30 ON PARADE Prepared by Robert Small Metheny - Mays. Minuano. 5 Newsome, R. Bass in the ballroom. 4 Goorhuis, R. Concerto for tuba and concert band. 15 Oystein Baadsvik, tuba; Fanfare Band of the Royal Netherlands Army Mounted Regiments/Tijmen Botma (all above) BIS SACD1965

William Christie 12:00 JAZZ SATURDAY @ STUDIO A with Leita Hutchings 13:00 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 14:00 THEODORA Prepared by Elaine Siversen Handel, G. Oratorio: Theodora, HWV68 (1749). Dawn Upshaw, sop; Lorraine Hunt, mezz; David Daniels, ct; Richard Croft, ten; Michael Hart-Davies, ten; Frode Olsen, bass; Glyndebourne Ch; O of the Age of Enlightenment/William Christie. Glossa GFOCD 014-96 3:21 17:30 THE VOICES, THE ROLES with Angela Cockburn Chorus: military men 18:00 SOCIETY SPOT Organ Music Society of Sydney Prepared by Andrew Grahame 19:00 THE MAGIC OF STAGE AND SCREEN Prepared by Maureen Meers Bernstein, L. Excerpts from Candide (1956). Barbara Cook, Robert Rounsville, Max Adrian, voices; original Broadway cast. Columbia SK 86859 18 Sondheim, S. Excerpts from Sunday in the park with George (1984). Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters, voices; original Broadway cast. Masterworks Broadway 88697 90259 2 13 Coleman, C. Excerpts from Sweet Charity (1966). Gwen Verdon, John McMartin, Helen Gallagher, voices; original Broadway cast. Columbia SK 60960 19 20:00 INFLUENCES AND CONNECTIONS Frederick Delius Prepared by Rex Burgess Sinding, C. Suite in A minor, op 10 (1889).

Delius, F. A dance rhapsody (1908/22; arr. Grainger). Martin Jones, pf; Richard McMahon, pf. Nimbus NI 5286 12 Paris: the song of a great city (1900). BBC SO/Andrew Davis. Teldec 4509-90845-2 22 22:00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME Prepared by Elaine Siversen Vaughan Williams, R. The lark ascending (1914/20). Nigel Kennedy, vn; City of Birmingham SO/Simon Rattle. EMI 5 62813 2 18 Tchaikovsky, P. Romeo and Juliet duo: Do you not hear the nightingale? (1869; compl. and orch. Taneyev). Suzanne Murphy, sop; Keith Lewis, ten; Scottish NO/Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHAN 8476 13 Stravinsky, I. Ballet: The firebird (1910). London SO/Antal Dorati. Mercury 470 643-2 41 Haydn, J. String quartet in C, Hob.III:39, The bird (1781). The Lindsays. ASV DCS 236 22 Holbrooke, J. The raven, poem for orchestra no 1, op 25 (1900). Czecho-Slovak RSO, Bratislava/Adrian Leaper. Marco Polo 8.223446 19

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Sunday 13 NOVEMBER 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC with Robert Small 9:00 MUSICA SACRA Prepared by Francis Frank Reger, M. Latin requiem, op 145a (1914). Yoko Kawahara, sop; Marga Höffgen, cont; Hans-Dieter Bader, ten; Nikolaus Hillebrand, bass; North German Radio Choir & SO/ Roland Bader. Koch Schwann 313 004 22 Bach, W.F. Cantata: Let us cast off the works of darkness (1749). Barbara Schlick, sop; Claudia Schubert, cont; Wilfried Jochens, ten; Stephan Schreckenberger, bass; Rheinische Kantorei; Das Kleine Konzert/ Hermann Max. Capriccio 5083 30 10:00 THE CLASSICAL ERA Prepared by Di Cox Wranitzky, P. Ten German dances. Eduard Melkus Ensemble. Archiv 439 964-2 8 Reicha, A. 18 Variations and a fantasia in G, on Mozart’s Se vuol ballare, for flute, violin and cello, op 51 (c1806). Ensemble Schönbrunn. Globe GLO 5219 19 Haydn, J. Sonata no 31 in A flat, Hob.XVI:46 (1767). Ivo Pogorelich, pf. DG 479 4350 27 Baguer, C. Symphony no 12 in E flat (c1790s). London Mozart Players/Matthias Bamert. Chandos CHAN 9456 15 Beethoven, L. An die ferne Geliebte, op 98 (1816). Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar; Gerald Moore, pf. Orfeo C 140501 A 13 Bach, C.P.E. Concerto in A minor, Wq170 (1750). Tim Hugh, vc; Bournemouth Sinfonietta/Richard Studt. Naxos 8.553298 28 12:00 SYDNEY JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS Classic jazz and ragtime with John Buchanan The early days of jazz and ragtime as recorded during the first 30 years of the 20th century

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14:00 JAZZ AND DANCE SUITES Prepared by Elaine Siversen Shostakovich, D. Jazz suite no 1 (1934). Melbourne SO/Oleg Caetani. ABC 476 836-4 9 Piazzolla, A. Tango suite (1984). Slava Grigoryan, gui; Leonard Grigoryan, gui. ABC 472 824-2 18 Gross, E. Little jazzeroo (1989). John Martin, pf. Jade JAD 1106 1 Koehne, G. Palm Court suite (1984). Tasmanian SO/Richard Mills. ABC 476 650-2 24 15:00 SUNDAY SPECIAL From the Guildhall Prepared by Chris Blower Tartini, G. Concerto in D, D53 (arr. Wallace, Wright). Alison Balsom, tpt; Scottish Ensemble/Jonathan Morton. Warner 4 56094 2 10 Schubert, F. Death and the maiden, D531 (1817); To music, D547 (1817); To Sylvia, D891 (1826). Bryn Terfel, bass-bar; Malcolm Martineau, pf. DG 445 294-2 8 Dvorák, A. Sonatina in G, op 100 (1893). James Galway, fl; Phillip Moll, pf. RCA RD 87802 20 Mahler, G. Songs of a wayfarer (1883). Anne Sofie von Otter, mezz; North German RSO/ John Eliot Gardiner. DG 439 928-2 16 Vivaldi, A. Violin concerto in A, op 9 no 6, from La cetra (pub. 1727). Rachel Podger, vn; Holland Baroque Society. Channel CCS SA 33412 12 Bruch, M. Kol nidrei, op 47 (1881). Jacqueline du Pré, vc; Gerald Moore, pf. EMI CZS 5 68132 2 10 Coleridge-Taylor, S. Concerto in G minor, op 80 (1912). Tasmin Little, vn; BBC Philharmonic/Andrew Davis. Chandos CHAN 10879 32 17:00 HOSANNA Prepared by Meg Matthews Hymns: Lord of all hopefulness; Let all the world; And can it be. York Minster Choir. 7 Weber, C.M. Kyrie; Gloria; Agnus Dei, from Freischütz-Messe (1817-18). Kristina Laki, sop; Marga Schiml, cont; Josef Protschka, ten; Jan-Hendrik Rootering, bass; Bamberg Symphoniker Choir & O/Horst Stein. EMI CDC 7 47679-2 18 Purcell, H. Christ is made the sure foundation. Knox Gallery Choir/Meg Matthews. 4

God be in my head, Choir of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin/John Dexter. Pinewood PRBS 801 1 Dove, J. Bless the Lord, O my soul. Choir of Wells Cathedral; Jonathan Vaughn, org; Matthew Owens, cond. Hyperion CDA 67768 6 Gjeilo, O. Sanctus (2004). Tenebrae/Nigel Short. Decca 478 8689 5 18:00 THE BRENDEL LEGACY Prepared by Meg Matthews Beethoven, L. 12 variations on See, here the conqu’ring hero comes, from Handel’s Judas Maccabaeus, WoO45 (1796). Adrian Brendel, vc. Decca/Philips 478 9114 13 Piano concerto no 5 in E flat, op 73, Emperor (1809). Vienna PO/Simon Rattle. Decca/Philips 478 9079 40 Alfred Brendel, pf (2 above) 19:00 SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT Prepared by Frank Morrison Wolf, H. Symphonic poem: Penthesilea (1883-85). Paris O/Daniel Barenboim. Apex 0927-49582-2 26 Mozart, W. Piano concerto no 6 in B flat, K238 (1776). Patrick Cohen, fp; Limoges Baroque Ensemble/Christophe Coin. Astrée E 8664 20 Stenhammar, W. Serenade in F, op 31 (1907-19). Swedish RSO/Stig Westerberg. EMI CDM 5 65081 2 36 20:30 NEW HORIZONS Prepared by James Nightingale Cole, A. Eliptica (2013). Noise String Quartet. Vexations 840-1301 6 Grime, H. Night songs (2012). Hallé O/Jamie Phillips. NMC D199 6 Ricketson, D. Some shade of blue (2011), Ensemble Offspring. Ensembleoffspring.com 11 Harrison, S. Gallery-Room 1 (2012-13). Peter Sheppard Skaerved, vn. Toccata Classics 0304 22 Thomas, A.R. Final soliloquy of the Interior Paramour (2004). Alarm Will Sound. Cantaloupe CA21117 7

Davies, H. Walford A solemn melody (1908). 4

Lansky, P. Threads (2005). So Percussion. Canteloupe CA21064 28

Peter Kneeshaw, org (2 above) MBS 25

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Monday 14 NOVEMBER Joan Sutherland, sop; Ambrosian Light Opera Ch; New Philharmonia O/Richard Bonynge. ABC 468 513-2 7 Janácek, L. Fiddler’s child (1912-13). Brno State PO/Frantisek Jílek. Supraphon 11 1521-2 031 12 Dohnányi, E. Serenade for string trio, op 10 (1902). Donald Weilerstein, vn; Atar Arad, va; Paul Katz, vc. Pro Arte CDD 238 19 Alfred Walter

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Salieri, A. Triple concerto in D (c1770). Heinz Holliger, ob; Thomas Demenga, vc; Camerata Bern/Thomas Füri, vn & dir. Archiv 410 599-2 25

6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with James Hunter 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC A year in retrospect: 1724 Prepared by Francis Frank Mancini, F. Sonata in D minor (pub. 1724). Il Giardino Armonico/Giovanni Antonini. Teldec 4509-93157-2 10

Spohr, L. Symphony no 2 in D minor, op 49 (1820). Slovak State PO/Alfred Walter. Marco Polo 8.223454 31 12:00 SWING SESSIONS with John Buchanan 13:00 MUSIC TO TRAVEL WITH Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend

Handel, G. V’adoro, from Julius Caesar in Egypt, HWV17 (1724). Yvonne Kenny, sop; Australian Brandenburg O/Paul Dyer. ABC 456 695-2 6

Mendelssohn, F. Overture: Calm sea and prosperous voyage, op 27 (1828). Bamberg SO/Claus Peter Flor. RCA Victor RD 87905 12

Vivaldi, A. Violin concerto in D, RV210 (pub. 1724). Philip Ledger, hpd; English CO/ Pinchas Zukerman. Sony SBK 53 513 12

Vaughan Williams, R. Songs of travel (1904). Thomas Allen, bar; City of Birmingham SO/Simon Rattle. EMI 7 64731 2 23

Barsanti, F. Sonata in C, op 1 no 2 (pub. 1724). Parnassus Avenue. BIS CD-945 10 Couperin, F. Treizième concert, from Nouveau concerts ou les goûts-réunis (1724). Jesse Read, bn; Doug McNames, vc. Etcetera KTC 1087 9 Croft, W. The burial service (pub. 1724). Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral/John Scott. Hyperion CDA66606 13 Bach, J.S. Suite no 5 in G, BWV816, French (1724-25; arr.). Groningen Guitar Duo. Ottavo OTR C118818 16 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Derek Parker Rimsky-Korsakov, N. Suite from Le Coq d’or (1907). Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz. Naxos 8.572787 28

Kodály, Z. Suite from Háry János, op 15 (1927). Hungarian State O/Mátyás Antal. Naxos 8.550142 24 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with David Brett 19:00 JAZZ NICE ‘N EASY with Ken Weatherley 20:00 STORMY MONDAY with Austin Harrison and Garth Sundberg 22:00 THE AUSTRALIAN JAZZ SCENE with Susan Gai Dowling and Peter Nelson

Sousa, J.P. Coronation march, from Tales of a traveller. Royal Artillery Band/Keith Brion. Naxos 8.559093 6 Duparc, H. L’invitation au voyage (1870). Kiri Te Kanawa, sop; Richard Amner, pf. CBS MK 76868 4 Schuman, W. Voyage: A cycle of five pieces (1953). Bennett Lerner, pf. Etcetera KTC1036 20 d’Indy, V. Tableaux de voyage, op 36 (1889; orch. 1892). Iceland SO/Rumon Gamba. Chandos CHAN 10514 18 14:30 FROM 1900 TO 1930 Prepared by Frank Morrison Lyapunov, S. Rhapsody on Ukrainian themes, op 28 (1907). Hamish Milne, pf; BBC Scottish SO/Martyn Brabbins. Hyperion CDA67326 17 Lehár, F. Vilja, from The merry widow (1905).

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Tuesday 15 NOVEMBER 19:00 THE JAZZ BEAT with Lloyd Capps 20:00 RECENT RELEASES with Stephen Wilson 22:00 CHAMBER SOIRÉE Prepared by Sheila Catzel Kreutzer, J. Grand trio, op 16. Alexa Still, fl; Robert Alemany, cl; JoAnn Falletta, gui. Koch 3-7404-2H1 19 Adrian Leaper - Image:Dusko Miljan 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Julie Simonds 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Artist of choice: Geoffrey Lancaster Prepared by Elaine Siversen Bach, C.P.E. Keyboard sonata no 1 in A minor, Wq57 no 2 (1779-87). Fine Music Concert Recording 9 Haydn, J. The first kiss, Hob.XXVIa:3, from Twelve songs for keyboard, bk 1 (1781); If I could die, from Arianna auf Naxos, Hob. XXV16:2 (1789). Jane Edwards, sop. ABC 465 693-2 7 Mozart, W. Piano concerto no 1 in F, K37 (1767). Australian CO/Geoffrey Lancaster. Fine Music Tape Archive 17 Beethoven, L. Sonata in G minor, op 5 no 2 (1796). Cameron Retchford, vc. Fine Music Concert Recording 25 Boccherini, L. Piano quintet in C, op 57 no 6, La ritarata notturno di Madrid (1797). Richard Tognetti, vn; Lorna Cumming, vn; Colin Cornish, va; Cameron Retchford, vc. Fine Music Concert Recording 22 Geoffrey Lancaster, fp (all above) 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Glazunov, A. Ballet: The seasons, op 67 (1899). Moscow SO/Alexander Anissimov. Naxos 8.553915 40 30

Tchaikovsky, P. Symphony no 1 in G minor, op 13, Winter daydreams (1866). Polish National RSO/Adrian Leaper. Naxos 8.550517 43 12:00 JAZZ RHYTHM with Jeannie McInnes 13:00 AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Produced by Simon Moore Highlights and previews of the month’s concerts including interviews with the key players

Franck, C. Piano quintet in F minor (1878). Werner Bärtschi, pf; Amati Quartet. Divox CDX 29001 35 Röntgen, J. String trio no 14 in C minor (1928). Offenburg String Trio. Naxos 8.573384 21 Blanc, A. Romance, op 43b. Jeremy Polmear, ob; Stephen Stirling, hn; Richard Saxel, pf. Oboe Classics CC2022 4 Delius, F. String quartet (1916). Britten Quartet. EMI CDC 5 55349 2 29

14:00 CARL REINECKE Prolific, influential, versatile - and all but forgotten? Prepared by Stephen Wilson Reinecke, C. Overture to King Manfred, op 93 (1866). Rhenish PO/Alfred Walter. Naxos 8.555397 11 Flute sonata, op 167, Undine (1882). Sharon Bezaly, fl; Ronald Brautigam, pf. BIS SACD-1729 18 Harp concerto in E minor, op 182 (1884). Elsie Bedleem, hp; Brandenburg State O, Frankfurt/Heribert Beissel. Christophorus CHE 0162-2 24 Trio in A minor, op 188 (1887). Ingo Goritzki, ob; Barry Tuckwell, hn; Ricardo Requejo, pf. Claves 50 803 28

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4. By what name was the Italian castrato Carlo Broschi better known?

16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Andrew Dziedzic

Answers on page 46.

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Wednesday 16 NOVEMBER ARMINIO: Viveca Genaux, mezz TUSNELDA: Geraldine McGreevy, sop SIGISMONDA: Dominique Labelle, sop RAMISE: Manuela Custer, sop VARO: Luigi Petroni, ten SEGESTE: Riccardo Ristore, bass Il Complesso Barocco/Alan Curtis. Virgin 5 454612 2:26

Alexei Bruni 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Peter Kurti 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Composers of the 18th century Prepared by Jennifer Foong Clementi, M. Piano trio, op 21 no 1 (pub. 1788). Trio Fauré. Dynamic CDS 93 13 Field, J. Rondo in A flat (c1817). Eckart Sellheim, fp; Collegium Aureum. EMI CDC 7 47527 2 8 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. Olympia MKM 76 20

Mozart, W. Symphony no 35 in D, K385, Haffner (1782). Mozart Akademie Amsterdam/Jaap ter Linden. Brilliant Classics 94295 19 12:00 JAZZ SKETCHES with Robert Vale 13:00 YOUNG VIRTUOSI 14:00 IN CONVERSATION with Michael Morton-Evans 15:00 SATIE EXPLORED Part 3 Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans Satie, E. Relâche, ballet (1924). Toulouse Capitole O/Michel Plasson. EMI CDC 7 49471 2 20 Les pantins dansent (1913). Alexandre Tharaud, pf. Harmonia Mundi HMC 902017.18 2

Haydn, J. Eloquence, Hob.XXVc:4 (c1799). Netherlands Chamber Choir; Glen Wilson, fp; Uwe Gronostay, cond. Globe GLO 5080 2

Background music nos 1, 2 and 3 (1920). 5

Beethoven, L. Adelaïde, op 46 (1794-95). Jussi Björling, ten; Harry Ebert, pf. EMI 1 66447 2 7

Erwartung Ensemble/Bernard Desgraupes (2 above) Aria Music 592292

Moscheles, I. Four divertimenti,op 82b (c1829). Kazunori Seo, fl; Makoto Ueno, pf. Naxos 8.573175 17 Mendelssohn, F. Capriccio brillant in B minor, op 22 (c1825). Rudolf Serkin, pf; Philadelphia O/Eugene Ormandy. Sony SBK 48 166 12 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Michael Field Delius, F. North Country sketches (1913-14). Ulster O/Vernon Handley. Chandos CHAN 8413 29 Bax, A. Violin concerto (1938). Lydia Mordkovitch, vn; London PO/Bryden Thomson. Chandos CHAN 9003 35

No performance tonight parts 1 and 2 (1924). 20

The dreamy fish (1901). Jean-Yves Thibaudet, pf. Decca 470 290-2 5

The German prince Arminio is defeated by the Romans. His wife Tusnelda is torn between him and her father, Segeste, an ally of the Romans. Segeste’s son Sigismondo is in love with Ramise, Arminio’s sister and he is torn between her and his father, who tries to urge a more advantageous marriage, which he rejects. The Roman general Varo is in love with Tusnelda. Urged by Segeste, Varo prepares to kill the captured Arminio, who refuses to sue for peace and entrusts his wife to Varo, but she assures Varo that her approval will only be won by freeing Arminio. The Germans attack and Arminio, set free by Sigismondo, leads them to victory. He forgives Segeste who swears loyalty to him. Arminio is reunited with Tusnelda, while Sigismondo and Ramise are free to marry. Handel, G. Concerto grosso in G minor, op 6 no 6 (1739). Emanuel Hurwitz, vn; Raymond Keenlyside, vn; Keith Harvey, vc; Leslie Pearson, hpd; English CO/ Raymond Leppard, hpd & dir. Philips 426 465-2 15 23:00 THE ART OF DIETER KLÖCKER Prepared by Di Cox Krommer, F. Clarinet quartet in D, op 82 (c1816). Consortium Classicum. cpo 999 141-2 20 Neumann, H. Variations on a theme of Schubert, op 21 (1825). Sonja Prunnbauer, gui. Dabringhaus Grimm MD&GL 3319 6 Mozart, W. Clarinet concerto in A, K622 (1791). Salzburg Mozarteum O/Leopold Hager. Teldec 8.44056 27 Dieter Klöcker, cl (all above)

16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Tom Forrester-Paton 19:00 JAZZ STARS AND STRIPES with Peter Mitchell 20:00 AT THE OPERA Prepared by Colleen Chesterman Handel, G. Arminio, HWV36. Opera in three acts. Libretto by Antonio Salvi. First performed London, 1737. Virgin 5 45461 2

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Thursday 17 NOVEMBER 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE

Legrenzi, G. Mia ragione all’armi. 5

3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN

Gerald English, ten; Broken Consort (2 above)

6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Simon Moore 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Two’s company Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans

Marais, M. Suite in D. Catherine Finnis, bass viol. 19

Beethoven, L. Sonata no 4 in A minor, op 23 (1800-01). Daniel Sepec, vn; Andreas Staier, pf. Harmonia Mundi HMC 901919 20

Hidalgo, J. Peynandose estava un olmo.

Hovhaness, A. Suite, op 291 (1976). Alex Mitchell, alto sax; Neil Hornsby, gui. Naxos 8.559241 9 Moscheles, I. Grande sonate concertante, op 44 (1819). Hans-Udo Heinzmann, fl; Caroline Weichert, pf. Koch Schwann 3-1178-2 26 Elgar, E. Sonata in E minor, op 82 (1917-18). Yehudi Menuhin, vn; Hephzibah Menuhin, pf. EMI 5 66122 2 29 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans Moniuszko, S. Overture to Flis, The raftsman (1858). Warsaw PO/Antoni Wit. Naxos 8.572716 10 Rota, N. Piano concerto in C (1959-60). Massimo Palumbo, pf; I Virtuosi Italiani/ Marco Bonir. Chandos CHAN 9681 27 Runólfsson, K. Suite: On the crossroads (1938). Icelandic SO/Petri Sakari. Chandos CHAN 9180 18 Spohr, L. Notturno in C for winds and Turkish band, op 34 (1815). Consortium Classicum/Dieter Klöcker. Orfeo C 155 871 A 28 12:00 JAZZ, PURE AND SIMPLE with Maureen Meers 13:00 IRISH FLING Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Harty, H. Fantasy scenes from an Eastern romance (1919). Ulster O/Takuo Yuasar. Naxos 8.557731 12 Stanford, C. Villiers Songs of the Fleet, op 117 (1910). Benjamin Luxon, bar; Birmingham Symphony Ch & O/Norman Del Mar. LP HMV ASD 4401 25 Field, J. Piano concerto no 5 in C, L’incendie par l’orage (1817). Míceál O’Rourke, pf; London Mozart Players/Matthias Bamert. Chandos CHAN 9495 27 32

Visée, R. de Suite in C minor. Suite in C minor. Robert Clancy, baroque gui. 10

Milanés. Dexa la aljava y las flechas. 3 Durón, S. Sosieguen, descansen. 5 Yevgeny Mravinsky Kinsella, J. Symphony no 4, The four provinces (1991). NSO of Ireland/Proinnsías O’Duinn. Marco Polo 8.223766 46

Hidalgo, J. Cuidado pastor. 1 Anon. Jácaras: No hay que decirle el primor. 2 Gerald English, ten (5 above) Broken Consort (6 above)

15:00 PICK UP YOUR MALLETS Prepared by Gael Golla

21:30 BAROQUE INTERLUDE Prepared by Elaine Siversen

Birtwistle, H. Endless parade (1987). Hakan Hardenberger, tpt; Paul Patrick, vibraphone; BBC PO/Elgar Howarth. Decca 468 804-2 19

Schenk, J. Sonata IX, from the Nymphs of the Rhine (c1700). Marais Project. Fine Music concert recording 9

Kats-Chernin, E. Winter ground (2000). Claire Edwardes, vibraphone. Tall Poppies TP193 12 Brooks, D. The man with the bag (1950; arr. Musiker). Renée Fleming, sop; Lou Marini, fl; David Fink, bass; Mike Truesdale, vibraphone; Dave Ratajczak, drums; Lee Musiker, pf. Decca 478 6770 3 Milhaud, D. Concerto for marimba and vibraphone (1947). Rainer Kuisma, marimba, vibraphone; Norrköping SO/Jorma Panula. BIS CD-149 19 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm With Sue Jowell 19:00 THE NEW JAZZ STANDARD with Frank Presley 20:00 LIVE AND LOCAL Amorous delights Recorded by FINE MUSIC Frescobaldi, G. Canzona VIII, La Superba (1628). 3 Caccini, G. O che felice giorno; Amor, io parto; Belle rose porporine; Torna, deh torna; Non ha’l ciel cotanti lumi, from Nuove musiche (1602). Gerald English, ten. 14 Broken Consort (2 above) Frescobaldi, G. Toccata per spinettina sola (1628). Winsome Evans, hpd. 7 Cosi mi disprezzate? (1630). 3

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Bach, J.S. Suite no 1 in G, BWV1007 (c1720). Patrick Demenga, vc. Fine Music concert recording 16 22:00 DIFFERING PATHS OF THE 20TH CENTURY Prepared by Robert Small and Susan Bell Debussy, C. La Mer (1903-05). Montreal SO/ Dutoit. Decca 478 3691 23 Prokofiev, S. Excerpts from Romeo and Juliet, op 64 (1935-36). Rotterdam PO/Valery Gergiev. Radio Netherlands Worldwide RPHO20081 42 Shostakovich, D. Symphony no 5 in D minor, op 47 (1937). Leningrad PO/Yevgeny Mravinsky. Audiophile Classics APL 101.503 41 Ravel, M. Trois chansons: Nicolette; Trois beaux oiseaux du Paradi; Ronde. Ensemble Vocal Jean Sourisse. FNAC music 592224 6


Friday 18 NOVEMBER 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Janine Burrus 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Only strings Prepared by Emyr Evans Nielsen, C. Little suite in A minor, op 1 (1888-89). Royal Swedish CO/Mats Liljefors. Polar POLCD 404 14 Arnold, M. Double violin concerto, op 77 (1962). Camerata of St John’s. Camerata of St John’s CSJ 1001 16 Haydn, J. String quartet in C, Hob.III:77, Emperor (1797). Amadeus Quartet. DG 410 866-2 25 Grainger, P. Country gardens; Irish tune from county Derry; Shepherd’s hey (1908-18; arr. Walsh, Kain). Guitar Trek. ABC 432 698-2 7 Clarke, R. Two pieces (1930). Patricia McCarty, va; Martha Babcock, vc. Northeastern NR 212 6

Gershwin, G. A foggy day in London town. Catherine Bott, sop; David Owen Norris, pf. Hyperion CDA67457 4 Haydn, J. Trio in G, Hob.IV:3, London (1794). Jean-Pierre Rampal, fl; Isaac Stern, vn; Mstislav Rostropovich, vc. CBS CD 37786 11 Gibbons, O. The cries of London. Theatre of Voices; Fretwork/Paul Hillier. Harmonia Mundi HMU 807214 7 Williamson, M. London, from Travel diaries. Antony Gray, pf. ABC 472 902-2 10 Walton, W. In honour of the city of London (1937). Bach Choir; John Scott, org; Philharmonia O/David Willcocks. Chandos CHAN 8998 17 14:30 LISTENING TO LISZT Prepared by Georgina Giannikopoulos Liszt, F. Étude no 4 in E, Arpeggio, from Grandes études de Paganini (1851). Leslie Howard, pf. Hyperion CDS44505 2

Atterberg, K. Suite no 3, op 19 (1917). Stockholm Sinfonietta/Jan-Olav Wedín. BIS CD-165 12

Three concert studies: no 1 in A flat, Il lamento; no 2 in F minor, La leggierezza; no 3 in D flat, Un sospiro. Naxos 8.557014 19

10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Paul Cooke

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Pfitzner, H. Overture to Das Katchen von Heilbrunn, op 17 (1905). Berlin Opera O/ Christian Thielemann. DG 449 571-2 16

William Wolfram, pf (2 above) Naxos 8.557014

Mackenzie, A. Pibroch suite, op 42 (1889). Malcolm Stewart, vn; Royal Scottish NO/ David Davies. Hyperion CDA66975 24 Schumann, R. Symphony no 2 in C, op 61 (1845-46). Philharmonia O/Christian Thielemann. DG 453 482-2 42 12:00 A JAZZ HOUR with Barry O’Sullivan 13:00 A TRIP TO LONDON Prepared by Gael Golla Elgar, E. Overture: Cockaigne, op 40, In London Town (1900-01). BBC SO/Andrew Davis. Teldec 9031-73279-2 15 Chilcott, R. Swimming over London (pub. 2010). King’s Singers. Signum SIGCD192 3 Mozart, W. Divertimento in B flat, from London Sketchbook, K15 (1764). Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner. Philips 464 940-2 10

15:00 SAINT-SAËNS AND THE CONCERTO Prepared by Chris Blower Suppé, F. Overture to Isabella (1869). Royal Scottish National O/Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHSA 5110 7 Thomas, A. À vos jeux, mes amis, permettez-moi, from Hamlet (1869). Joan Sutherland, sop; Welsh National Opera Ch & O/Richard Bonynge. Decca 475 6302 13 Brahms, J. Hungarian dances: no 1 in G minor; no 3 in F; no 5 in F sharp minor (1869). Duo Crommelynck. Claves 50-8710 7 Saint-Saëns, C. Piano concerto no 3 in E flat, op 29 (1869). Stephen Hough, pf; City of Birmingham SO/Sakari Oramo. Hyperion CDA67331/2 26 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Brendan Walsh 19:00 FRIDAY JAZZ SESSION with Sally Cameron

20:00 THE ROMANTIC CENTURY Prepared by Frank Morrsion Crusell, B. Clarinet quartet no 3 in D, op 7 (1821). Thea King, cl; members of Allegri String Quartet. Hyperion CDA66077 22 Berwald, F. Symphony no 1 in G minor (1842). Helsingborg SO/Okko Kamu. Naxos 8.553051 31 Bruckner, A. String quartet in C minor (1862). L’Archibudelli. Sony SK 66 251 21 Schubert, F. Symphony no 6 in C, D589 (1817-18). Royal Concertgebouw O/Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Teldec 4509-91184-2 35 22:00 BAROQUE AND BEFORE Prepared by Elaine Siversen Part 1: Antonio Lotti’s contemporaries in Dresden Quantz, J. Sonata in C, QV1:9. Mary Oleskiewicz, fl; Stephanie Vial, vc; David Schulenberg, hpd. Naxos 8.555064 9 Heinichen, J. Concerto in G, S214 (1715). Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel. Archiv 437 549-2 9 Weiss, S. Sonata no 5 in G. Robert Barto, lute. Naxos 8.553988 21 Pisendel, J. Violin concerto in D. Concerto Amstersdam/Jaap Schröder, vn & dir. Pro Arte CDD 330 12 Part 2: The glory of Venice: Castello and Lotti Castello, D. Sonata prima à soprano solo (1629). Cynthia O’Brien, vn; Paul Thom, hpd. LP Larrikin LRF 069 5 Exsultate jubilate. Julie Hassler, sop; Le Concert Brisé/William Dongois. Accent ACC 24261 3 Sonata no 12 (1629). Christian Lindberg, tb; members of Australian CO. BIS CD-1688 8 Lotti, A. Crucifixus à 8; Crucifixus à 6. Parsons Affayre/Warren Trevelyan-Jones. Fine Music concert recording 5 Pur dicesti, o bocca bella, from Arie antiche (arr. Parisotti). Cecilia Bartoli, sop; György Fischer, pf. Decca 436 267-2 5 Oboe concerto in A. Heinz Holliger, oboe; I Musici. Philips 420 189-2 15 Miserere mei, Deus no 2 in G minor. Parsons Affayre/Warren Trevelyan-Jones. Vox Foris MMPA005 12 November 2016

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Saturday 19 NOVEMBER 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT

Handel, G. Thine be the glory (arr. Wilby). Black Dyke Mills Band/James Watson. Doyen DOY 060 3

19:00 THE MAGIC OF STAGE AND SCREEN Prepared by Sue Jowell

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Rodgers, R. Slaughter on Tenth Avenue. Yorkshire Building Society Band/David King. Polyphonic QPRL 213 D 7

20:00 INFLUENCES AND CONNECTIONS Grace Williams Prepared by Paul Cooke

9:05 ORCHESTRAS AROUND THE WORLD Philadelphia Orchestra Prepared by Frank Morrison

12:00 JAZZ SATURDAY @ STUDIO A with Leita Hutchings

Jacob, G. Viola concerto no 1 in C minor (1925/76). Helen Callus, va; BBC Concert O/ Stephen Bell. Epoch CDLX 7258 20

6:00 SATURDAY MORNING MUSIC with Stephen Wilson

Wagner, R. Prelude to Act I of The mastersingers of Nuremberg (1867). Christian Thielemann, cond. DG 479 1120 10 Mussorgsky, M. Night on Bare Mountain (1867). 12 Dukas, P. The sorcerer’s apprentice (1897). 10 Sony SBK 46 329 (2 above) Vivaldi, A. Double concerto in D, RV512. Isaac Stern, vn; David Oistrakh, vn; William Smith, hpd. Sony SM2K 66 472 9 Eugene Ormandy, cond (3 above) Brahms, J. Symphony no 3 in F, op 90 (1883). Riccardo Muti, cond. Philips 426 253-2 38 Philadelphia O (all above) 10:30 MUSIC FOR SMALL FORCES Prepared by Frank Morrison Buxtehude, D. Sonata in B flat, op 1 no 4 (pub. 1696). Boston Museum Trio. Harmonia Mundi HMA 1901089 9 Bruk, F. Concert variations on an old Kalevala theme (1985). Sampo Liukko, vc; Alexander Bruk, pf. Suomi-Finland 13 Ginastera, A. Sonata, op 47 (1976). Franz Halász, gui. BIS CD-671 12 Crusell, B. Clarinet quartet no 2 in C minor, op 4 (1804). Thea King, cl; members of Allegri String Quartet. Hyperion CDA66077 18 11:30 ON PARADE Music that’s band Prepared by Owen Fisher Trad. Hunt: The hare (arr. Howeth). Buy-asyou-view Band. Doyen DOY 215 4 Hartman, J. Rule Brittannia. Cory Band. Doyen DOY 290 5 Robert Childs, cond (2 above) Sousa, J.P. Reverie: I too was born in Arcadia (1895). Allentown Band/Ronald Demkee. AMP 24024 5 34

13:00 THE WACKY WORLD OF MUSIC with Randolph Magri-Overend 14:00 ALPHABETICAL CONDUCTORS The Ms Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Vaughan Williams, R. English folk song suite (1923; arr. Jacob). Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner. Decca 460 357-2 11 Ravel, M. Boléro (1928). Los Angeles PO/ Zubin Mehta. Decca 475 7470 14

Williams, G. Six Gerard Manley Hopkins poems (1958). Helen Watts, cont; Simon Standage, vn; Elizabeth Shenton, vn; Richard Williamson, va; Simon Whistler, va; John Heley, vc; Shuna Wilson, vc. Chandos CHAN 9617 17 Holst, I. Credo, from Mass in A minor (1927). Choir of Clare College, Cambridge; Dmitri Ensemble/Graham Ross. Harmonia Mundi HMU 907576 6

Mozart, L. Toy symphony. Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner. EMI 1 66449 2 8

Williams, G. Ballads for orchestra (1968). BBC SO/Baldur Brönnimann. BBC Music MM273 17

Strauss, R. Don Juan, tone poem after Nikolaus Lenau, op 20 (1888). Berlin PO/ Riccardo Muti. Philips 422 399-2 19

Mahler, G. Kindertotenlieder (1901-04). Anne Sofie von Otter, mezz; Vienna PO/Pierre Boulez. DG 477 9528 25

15:00 OPERETTA IN THE AFTERNOON Prepared by Elaine Siversen

Williams, G. Two choruses (1975). Richard Hickox Singers; Frank Lloyd, hn; Christopher Larkin, hn; Caryl Thomas, hp; Richard Hickox, cond. Chandos CHAN 9617 10

Romberg, S. Maytime. Operetta in three acts. Libretto by Rida Johnson and Cyrus Wood. First performed New York, 1917. Ohio Light Opera cast, Ch & O/Steven Byess. Albany TROY 808/809 1:19 The story, set in New York, is told in episodes covering a long period, from 1840 to the 20th century. Wealthy young Ottillie van Zand is in love with Richard Wayne, an apprentice in her father’s cooperage. Her father prefers her to marry a wealthy ‘drunken libertine’. Though Ottillie and Richard are never able to consummate their love, their descendants eventually meet and marry. Excerpts from The student prince (1924 film). Norma Giusti, sop; Mario Lanza, ten; Cinecitta Studio O/Paul Barron. Sepia Records Sepia 1200 40 Excerpts from The New moon (1928). Lucille Norman, sop; Gordon MacRae, bar; Paul Weston O/Paul Weston. Vintage Music 2011 17 17:30 STAGING MUSIC with Angela Cockburn Boats 18:00 SOCIETY SPOT Classical Guitar Society Prepared by Darryl Rule

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Maconchy, E. String quartet no 1 (1932-33). Hanson Quartet. Unicorn-Kanchana DKP9080 13 22:00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME Dvorák, A. Piano quintet in A, op 81 (1887). Edith Farnadi, pf; Barylli Quartet. MCA MCD 80095 33 Saint-Saëns, C. Piano concerto no 5 in F, op 103, Egyptian (1896). Gabriel Tacchino, pf; Radio Luxembourg O/Louis Froment. Brilliant Classics 99524 28 Arriaga, J. String quartet no 1 in D minor (1824). Camerata Boccherini. Naxos 8.557628 23 Rimsky-Korsakov, N. Symphony no 2, op 9, Antar (1897). Litah SO/Maurice Abravanel. Vanguard VCD-72019 29


Sunday 20 NOVEMBER 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC with Terry McMullen 9:00 MUSICA SACRA Prepared by Paul Cooke Scarlatti, D. Stabat Mater. Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford; Anthony Pleeth, vc; Chi-Chi Nwanoku, db; Timothy ByramWigfield, org; Francis Grier, cond. Hyperion CDA66182 27 Brahms, J. Two motets, op 29 (1860). Danish National Radio Choir/Stefan Parkman. Chandos CHAN 9671 12 McCartney, P. Musica, from Ecce cor meum (2006). Kate Royal, sop; London Voices; Boys of King’s College Choir, Cambridge; Boys of Magdalen College Choir, Oxford; Mark Law, picc; Colm Carey, org; Academy of St Martin In the Fields/Gavin Greenaway. EMI Classics 0946 3 70424 2 7 15 10:00 THE CLASSICAL ERA Prepared by Sheila Catzel Kuhlau, F. Overture to Lulu (1824). Odense SO/Eduard Serov. Unicorn-Kanchana DKP(CD)9132 8 Mozart, W. Adagio and rondo in C minor, K617 (1791). Philippe Bernold, fl; Maurice Bourgue, ob; Jean Sulem, va; Xavier Gagnepain, vc; Thomas Bloch, glass harmonica. Naxos 8.555295 12 Meyerbeer, G. Clarinet quintet in E flat (1813). Dieter Klöcker, cl; Berlin Philharmonia Quartet. Orfeo C 213 901 A 21 Onslow, G. Wind quintet in F, op 81 no 3. Stalder Quintet. Jecklin 554-2 21 Carulli, F. Concerto in G for flute, guitar and orchestra. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fl; Alexandre Lagoya, gui; Franz Liszt CO/János Rolla. CBS MK 42130 22 Haydn, J. Symphony in C, Hob.I:82, Bear (1786). Academy of St Martin in the Fields/ Neville Marriner. Philips 438 727-2 24 12:00 SYDNEY JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS Speak easy, swing hard with Richard Hughes

Lillygay, an anthology of anonymous poems (1920). Lynne Dawson, sop; Malcolm Martineau, pf. Hyperion CDA67227 8 Bethlehem Down (1927; arr. Philip Lane). Royal Ballet Sinfonia/Gavin Sutherland. Naxos 8.557753 4 The curlew. John Mark Ainsley, ten; Phillipa Davies, fl; Gareth Hulse, cora; Leo Phillips, vn; Elizabeth Wexler, vn; Roger Chase, va; Christopher van Kampen, vc. Hyperion CDA66938 23 Capriol suite (1926). Nash Ensemble/Martyn Brabbins. Hyperion CDA66938 10 15:00 SUNDAY SPECIAL Master key: G major Prepared by Anne Irish and James Nightingale Bach, J.S. Brandenburg concerto no 3 in G, BWV1048 (1720). Australian Brandenburg O/ Paul Dyer. ABC 434 720-2 13 Beethoven, L. Rondo a capriccio in G, op 29, Rage over a lost penny (1795). Gianluca Cascioli, pf. DG 453 422-2 7 Rossini, G. String sonata no 1 in G (c1804). I Musici. Newton 8802041 13 Ravel, M. Piano concerto in G (1931). Alicia de Larrocha, pf; London PO/Lawrence Foster. Decca 478 6966 23 Rachmaninov, S. Prelude in G, op 32 no 5 (1910). Vladimir Ashkenazy, pf. Decca 414417-2 3 Saint-Saëns, C. Prayer for cello and piano in G, op 158 (1874). Gautier Capuçon, vc; Frank Braley, pf. EMI/Virgin 5 45602 2 5 Gade, N. Quiet thoughts (1857); The carrierpigeon (1817); Summer mood (1857); In the flowergarden, op 34 (1857). Anker Blyme, pf. Marco Polo DCCD 9116 7 Dvorák, A. Symphony no 8 in G, op 88 (1889). London SO/István Kertész. Decca 478 6420 35

13:00 WORLD MUSIC: Whirled Wide 14:00 PHILIP ARNOLD HESELTINE English eccentric Prepared by Stephen Wilson Warlock, P. Serenade for string orchestra (1921-23). Ulster O/Vernon Handley. Chandos CHAN 8808 8

17:00 HOSANNA Prepared by Richard Munge Hymns: Rejoice, the Lord is King; O praise ye the Lord; O thou who camest from above. Choir of Westminster Abbey; Robert Quinney, org; James O’Donnell, cond. Hyperion CDA 68013 8

Psalms: no 80, Hear O thou shepherd of Israel; no 92, It is a good thing to give thanks. Choir of Norwich Cathedral; Neil Taylor, org; Michael Nicholas, cond. Priory PRCD 409 10 Blair, H. Evening service in B minor. Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral; Christopher Dearnley, org; John Scott, cond. Helios CDH 55401 11 Bach, J.S. Jesu, joy of man’s desiring, BWV147 (1723). Sydney Philharmonia Symphonic Choir; Sydney Philharmonia O. 3 Handel, G. Rejoice greatly, from Messiah, HWV56 (1742). Sydney Philharmonia Symphonic Choir; Sydney Philharmonia O. 5 Antony Walker, cond (2 above) Fauré, G. Pie Jesu, from Requiem. ShuCheen Yu, sop; Queensland SO/Brett Kelly. 3 Cantique de Jean Racine, op 11. Cantillation; David Drury, org; Antony Walker, cond. 5 ABC 476 6403 (4 above) Hymns: Praise to the Lord, the almighty; And did those feet in ancient times. Choir of Westminster Abbey; Robert Quinney, org; James O’Donnell, cond. Hyperion CDA 68013 6 18:00 CLASSICAL CHAMBER Prepared by Phil Vendy Eberl, A. Piano trio in E flat, op 8 no 1. Pleyel Trio. Christophorus CHE 0131-2 26 Böhner, J. Fantasy and variations in A. Dieter Klöcker, cl; Werner Genuit, pf. cpo 999 626-2 11 Mozart, W. String quartet no 10 in C, K170 (1773). Quartetto Italiano. Decca 478 5555 16 19:00 SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT Prepared by Rex Burgess Bartók, B. The miraculous Mandarin, op 19 (1919-26). Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki. Virgin VC 7 91106-2 30 Arriaga, J. Erminia. Rosamund Illing, sop; Melbourne SO/Heribert Esser. ABC 434 898-2 14 Ives, C. Symphony no 1 (1898-1901). Melbourne SO/Andrew Davis. Chandos CHSA 5152 40 20:30 NEW HORIZONS Prepared by Nev Dorrington Hackett, S. Metamorpheus (2012). Steve Hackett, gui; Chamber ensemble. Edifying Records IT05JR4 49 Kenniff, K. The malady of elegance (2008). Keith Kenniff, pf. Type Records B001GH4550 37 22:00 AFTER HOURS JAZZ with Kevin Jones November 2016

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Monday 21 NOVEMBER 14:30 NEGLECTED SYMPHONIST Robert Volkmann Prepared by Stephen Wilson Volkmann, R. Overture to Richard III, op 68 (c1870). North-west German PO/Werner Andreas Albert. cpo 999 151-2 15 Serenade no 3 in D minor, op 69 (1871). German Chamber Academy/Johannes Goritzki. cpo 999 159-2 14

Diana Ambache

Heather Schmidt

0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT

Shostakovich, D. Symphony no 13 in B flat minor, op 113, Babi Yar (1962). Sergei Baikov, bass; Estonian National Male-Voice Choir; St Petersburg Camerata/Saulius Sondeckis. Sony SMK 66 591 1:00

6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Robert Small 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC A year in retrospect: 1825 Prepared by Paul Cooke Spohr, L. Overture: Macbeth, op 75 (1825). Berlin RSO/Christian Fröhlich. cpo 999 093-2 6 Kuhlau, F. Divertimento, op 68 no 6 (1825). Robert Aitken, fl. LP Simax PN 2004 8 Boïeldieu, A. D’ici voyez ce beau domaine, from La Dame blanche (1825). Magdalena Kozená, mezz; Jean-Christophe Keck, voice; MusIciens du Louvre Choir; Mahler CO/Marc Minkowski. DG 479 2557 4 Neumann, H. Variations on a theme of Paisiello, op 22 (1825). Dieter Klöcker, cl; Sonja Prunnbauer, gui. Dabringhaus Grimm MD&GL 3319 9 Berwald, F. Serenade (1825). Thomas Annmo, ten; Mikael Björk, db; Joakim Kallhed, pf; members of Arion Wind Quintet; members of Schein String Quartet. Naxos 8.553714 14 Schubert, F. Sonata in D, D850 (1825). Alice Sara Ott, pf. DG 479 0088 38 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Gerald Holder Mozart, W. Masonic funeral music in C minor, K477 (1785). London SO/István Kertéz. Decca 452 643-2 6 Vieuxtemps, H. Violin concerto no 5 in A minor, op 37 (1861). Sarah Chang, vn; Philharmonia O/Charles Dutoit. EMI 5 55292 2 19 36

12:00 SWING SESSIONS with John Buchanan

Cello concerto in A minor, op 33 (1853-55). Johannes Wahlmacher, vc. 17 Symphony no 1 in D minor, op 44 (1862). 35 North-west German PO/Werner Andreas Albert (2 above) cpo 999 151-2 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Michael Field 19:00 JAZZ NICE ‘N EASY with Ken Weatherley

13:00 WOMEN COMPOSERS Prepared by Frank Morrison

20:00 STORMY MONDAY with Austin Harrison and Garth Sundberg

Beach, A. Trio in A minor, op 150 (1920). Elizabeth Layton, vn; Naomi Butterworth, vc; Diana Ambache, pf. Chandos CHAN 9752 15

22:00 THE AUSTRALIAN JAZZ SCENE with Susan Gai Dowling and Peter Nelson

Carr-Boyd, A. Mandolin music. Sydney Mandolins/Adrian Hooper. Jade JADCD 1022 9 Holland, D. Cradle song (1947). Asmira Woodward-Page, vn; Scott Davie, pf. Artworks AW034 3 Sutherland, M. Concerto for string orchestra. Queensland SO/Patrick Thomas. ABC 446 285-2 11 Mendelssohn, Fanny. Sonata in C minor (1824). Heather Schmidt, pf. Naxos 8.570825 14 14:00 BONNEY SINGS MOZART Prepared by Rex Burgess Mozart, W. An die Freude, K53 (1768); Ridente la calma, K152 (1775). 7 Dans un bois solitaire, K308 (1777-78); Sei du mein Trost, K391 (1782). 7 Das Veilchen, K476; Lied der Freiheit, K506 (1785). 5 Lied der Trennung, K519 (1787). 5 Barbara Bonney, sop; Geoffrey Parsons, pf (all above) Teldec 2292-46334-2

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Tuesday 22 NOVEMBER Bériot, C-A. de Violin concerto no 1 in D, op 16, Military (1829). Takako Nishizaki, vn; Belgian RTV SO/Alfred Walter. Naxos 8.555104 12 Anon. Gloria sea al glorioso Rey. New World Consort. CBC Records MVCD 1044 1 Rodgers, R. Victory at sea suite (195254; orch. Robert Russell Bennett). West Australian SO/David Measham. ABC 446 279-2 6 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Derek Parker

Ivo Pogorelich 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Julie Simonds 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Artist of Choice: Ivo Pogorelich Prepared by Jennifer Foong Chopin, F. Sonata no 2 in B flat minor, op 35, Funeral march (1837-39). 20 Brahms, J. Rhapsody no 2 in G minor, op 79. 8 Scriabin, A. Sonata no 2 in G sharp minor, op 19 (1892-97). 14 Schumann, R. Toccata in C, op 7 (182932). 7 Chopin, F. Piano concerto no 2 in F minor, op 21 (1830). 32 Ivo Pogorelich, pf (all above) DG 479 4350 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Michael Field

Benjamin, A. Saxophone blues (1929). Ian Munro, pf. Tall Poppies TP 105 2 Grieg, E. Sonata no 3 in C minor, op 45 (1887). Lydia Mordkovitch, vn; Elena Mordkovitch, pf. Chandos CHAN 9184 25 14:00 CON BRIO Prepared by Brian Drummond Mozart, W. Symphony no 25 in G minor, K183 (1773). London Mozart Players/Jane Glover. ASV DCA 717 19 Vaughan Williams, R. Scherzo: Allegro con brio (1904). Nash Ensemble. Hyperion CDA67381/2 6 14:30 ENLISTED Prepared by Madilina Tresca Steiner, M. Charge, from film The charge of the Light Brigade (1936). Moscow SO/ William Stromberg. Naxos 8.570154-55 10

Fauré, G. Suite from Pelléas et Mélisande, op 80 (1898). Atlanta SO/Robert Shaw. Telarc 80084 18

Grainger, P. Lincolnshire posy for military band (1939). City of Birmingham SO/Simon Rattle. EMI 5 56412 2 17

Finzi, G. Cello concerto, op 40 (1955). Yo-Yo Ma, vc; Royal PO/Vernon Handley. Lyrita SRCD236 41

Granados, E. Three military marches. Douglas Riva, pf. Naxos 8.570325 11

Sibelius, J. Symphony no 7 in C, op 105 (1926). Vienna PO/Leonard Bernstein. DG 427 647-2 25 12:00 JAZZ RHYTHM with Jeannie McInnes 13:00 AN INTIMATE CONCERT Prepared by Ross Hayes Elgar, E. Sonata in E minor, op 82 (1918). Lorraine McAslan, vn; John Blakely, pf. ASV QS 6191 24 Hiscocks, W. Toccata (1983). Sally Mays, pf. Canberra School of Music CSM 3 3

19:00 THE JAZZ BEAT with Lloyd Capps 20:00 RECENT RELEASES with David Garrett 22:00 CHAMBER SOIRÉE Crusell, B. Quartet no 3 in D, op 7 (1821). Henk de Graaf, cl; members of the Daniel String Quartet. Brilliant Classics 93682 25 Saint-Saëns, C. Sonata, op 166 (1921). Bart Schneemann, ob; Paolo Giacometti, pf. Brilliant Classics 93688 11 Godefroid, F. Étude de concert in E flat minor. Philippa Davies, fl; Thelma Owen, hp. IMP PCD 835 5 Brahms, J. Sonata in E flat, op 120 no 2 (1894). Rudolf Scholz, va; Dieter Goldmann, pf. Point Classics 2672362 18 Holmès, A. Trois petites pieces (1897). Laura Chislett, fl; David Miller, pf. Walsingham WAL 8018-2 6 Chopin, F. Sonata no 3 in B minor, op 58 (1844). Jerome Rose, pf. Digital Focus 01-062 388-10 29 Rossini, G. Quartet no 2 in A. Auréle Nicolet, fl; German String Trio. Art of Classics INT 885.915 13

Rimsky-Korsakov, N. Concerto for trombone and military band (1877; arr. Zurmühle). Christian Lindberg, tb; Kosei Wind O/Chikara Imamura. BIS CD-848 12 Beethoven, L. Two marches for military band, WoO18,19 (1809-10). Berlin Radio Choir and SO/Karl Anton Rickenbacher. Koch Schwann 3-1485-2 4 Sousa, J.P. The glory of the Yankee navy (1909). Royal Artillery Band/Keith Brion. Naxos 8.578001 4

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Wednesday 23 NOVEMBER 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Peter Kurti 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Composers of the 18th century Dieupart, C. Suite no 1 in A, from Six suites for flûte à voix and harpsichord (1701). Ruth Wilkinson, fl à voix; Linda Kent, hpd. Move MD 3161 14 Hotteterre, J-M. Suite no 3 in G, op 2 (1708). Masahiro Arita, fl; Kiyomi Suga, fls; Masako Hirao, bass viol; Yasunori Imamura, theorbo; Chiyoko Arita, hpd. Denon CO-75957/8 13 Bach, J.S. Suite no 3 in D, BWV1068 (1731). Brandenburg Consort/Roy Goodman. Hyperion CDA66502 21 Rameau, J-P. Suite no 1 from Le temple de la gloire (1745). English CO/Raymond Leppard. Decca 433733-2 20 Mozart, W. Suite in C, K399 (1782). Andreas Staier, pf. Harmonia Mundi HMG 508388.89 12 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by James Nightingale Ibert, J. Symphonie marine (1931). City of Birmingham SO/Louis Frémaux. EMI 5 66010 2 14 Beethoven, L. Piano concerto no 5 in E flat, op 73, Emperor (1809). Yevgeny Kissin, pf; Philharmonia O/James Levine. Sony SK 62926 40 Edwards, R. Symphony, Da Pacem, Domine (1992). Sydney SO/David Porcelijn. ABC 438 610-2 29 12:00 JAZZ SKETCHES with Robert Vale 13:00 YOUNG VIRTUOSI 14:00 IN CONVERSATION with Michael Morton-Evans 15:00 SATIE EXPLORED Part 4 Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans Satie, E. Mercure (1924). New London O/ Ronald Corp. Hyperion CDA66365 12 38

Louis Frémaux Air du poète; Air du rat from Ludions (1923). Hugues Cuénod, ten; Geoffrey Parsons, pf. Nimbus 5027 2 Chanson du chat, from Ludions (1926). Regine Créspin, sop; Philippe Entremont, pf. LP CBS 76967 1 Danses gothiques (1893). Reinbert de Leeuw, pf. Philips 462 162-2 14 Sports et divertissements (1914). Marielle Labèque, pf. KML 1120 13 Gnossienne no 4 (1891; arr. Loussier c1998). Jacques Loussier Trio. Telarc 83431 7 Allons-y Chochette(1905). Patricia Petibon, sop; Olivier Py, vocals; Christian-Pierre La Marca, vc; Susan Manoff, pf. DG 479 2465 4 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Trisha McDonald 19:00 JAZZ STARS AND STRIPES with Peter Mitchell 20:00 AT THE OPERA Prepared by Elaine Siversen Ponchielli, A. La Gioconda. Opera in four acts. Libretto by Arrigo Boito after Victor Hugo. First performed Milan, 1876. LA GIOCONDA: Maria Callas, sop ENZO GRIMALDO: Gianni Poggi, ten LAURA: Fedora Barbieri, mezz ALVISE BADOERO: Giulio Neri, bass BARNABA: Paolo Silvieri, bar CETRA Ch; Turin Italian RSO/Antonino Votto. Naxos 8.110302 3:10

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La Gioconda is in love with the exiled nobleman, Enzo, who has returned to Venice in disguise because of his love for Laura, wife of Alvise. The spy, Barnaba, jealous of La Gioconda’s love for Enzo, accuses her mother of being a witch but she is saved by Laura. He then tells Alvise of Enzo’s love for Laura. La Gioconda confronts Laura but recognises her mother’s protector. Alvise orders Laura to take poison, but La Gioconda substitutes a sleeping potion and takes Laura’s body to her home, where Enzo is waiting. They escape as Barnaba claims La Gioconda, but she takes poison as he arrives. 23:30 TWO HUNGARIANS Prepared by Frank Morrison Liszt, F. Mephisto waltz no 1, from Transcendental studies (1859-60). EMI 5 62799 2 11 Fantasy on Hungarian folk tunes (c1852). Milan SO/Bernhard Conz. IDIS 6616 15 Georges Cziffra, pf (2 above)


Thursday 24 NOVEMBER Schubert, F. Symphony no 4 in C minor, D417, Tragic (1816). RSO Stuttgart/Roger Norrington. Hänssler 93.288 31

Leslie Howard 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Simon Moore 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Two’s company Prepared by Elaine Siversen

12:00 JAZZ, PURE AND SIMPLE with Maureen Meers

20:00 LIVE AND LOCAL Carl Pini Quartet Recorded by George Hilgevoord for FINE MUSIC

13:00 HOMAGE TO ST CECILIA Prepared by Derek Parker

Beethoven, L. String quartet in A, op 18 no 5 (1799). 25

Boyce, W. Overture from Ode for St Cecilia’s day (1738). Hanover Band/Graham Lea-Cox. ASV GAU 176 3

Mozart, W. String quartet in B flat, K589 (1790). 23

Britten, B. Hymn to St Cecilia, op 27 (1942). Alexander Banwell, treb; William Hirtzel, treb; Andreas Eccles-Williams, alto; Ruairi Bowen, ten; Daniel D’Souza, bass; Choir of King’s College, Cambridge/Stephen Cleobury. Choir of King’s College KGS0003 10 Howells, H. Hymn for St Cecilia (1960-61). Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge; Simon Bland, org; Stephen Layton, cond. Hyperion CDA67914 3

Stamitz, C. Double concerto in B flat (c1772). Franz Klein, cl; Erwin Klein, cl; Cologne RSO/Urs Schneider. Schwann 311 001 20

Gounod, C. Sanctus, from Solemn mass for St Cecilia (1855). Elina Garanca, mezz; Latvian Radio Choir; Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern/ Karel Mark Chichon. DG 479 2071 6

Bach, J.S. Sonata in C, BWV1037. David Oistrakh, vn; Igor Oistrakh, vn; Vladimir Yampolski, pf. Brilliant Classics 8402 15

Finzi, G. For St Cecilia, op 30 (1947). James Gilchrist, ten; Bournemouth Symphony Ch & O/David Hill. Naxos 8.557863 17

Pezel, J. Sonatinas nos 69 and 71 (1675; arr. Block). John Foster, tpt; Joram Levy, tpt; David Drury, org. ABC 476 639-8 5

Liszt, F. Hymn to St Cecilia, after Gounod (c1866). Leslie Howard, pf. Hyperion CDS44594 11

Adam, A. Variations on Ah! Vous dirai-je, maman, from Le toréador (1849). 6 Bishop, H. Lo! here the gentle lark (1819). 5 Beverly Sills, sop; Paula Robison, fl; Charles Wadsworth, pf (2 above) Decca 467 906-2 Clarke, R. Two pieces (1930). Patricia McCarty, va; Martha Babcock, vc. Northeastern NR 212 6 Poulenc, F. Sonata (1952-3). Alexandre Tharaud, pf; François Chaplin, pf. Naxos 8.553613 21 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Denis Patterson Rossini, G. Overture to Eduardo and Cristina (1819). Tasmanian SO/Ola Rudner. ABC 476 259-9 9 Brahms, J. Violin concerto in D, op 77 (1878). Itzhak Perlman, vn; Royal Concertgebouw O/Willem van Otterloo. Radio Nederland RCO 06004 41

19:00 THE NEW JAZZ STANDARD with Frank Presley

14:00 SOUTH AMERICAN FLING Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Villa-Lobos, H. Bachianas brasileiras no 2 (1930). Cincinnati SO/Jésus López-Cobos. Telarc 80393 22 Carreño, I. Simón Bolívar Youth O of Venezuela/Gustavo Dudamel. DG 477 7457 13 Ginastera, A. Piano concerto no 1, op 28 (1962). Dora de Marinis, pf; Slovak RSO/ Julio Malaval. Naxos 8.555283 28 Hahn, R, Chansons grises (1891-92). Martyn Hill, ten; Graham Johnson, pf. Helios CDH55040 16 Piazzolla, A. The four seasons of Buenos Aires (1970; arr. Desyatnikov). Tianwa Yang, vn; Nashville SO/Giancarlo Guerrero. Naxos 8.572271 28 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Marilyn Schock

Schubert, F. String quartet in D minor, D810, Death and the maiden (1826). 32 Carl Pini Quartet (all above) 21:30 DeGAETANI SINGS BRAHMS Prepared by Rex Burgess Brahms, J. Zigeunerlieder (1887): no 1, He, Zigeuner; noo 4, Wisst ihr, wann mein Kinchen; no 7, Kommt dir manchmal in den Sinn. 6 Five songs, op 72 (1876-77): no 1, Alte Liebe; no 3, O kühler Wald. 5 Four serious songs, op 121 (1896): no 1, Denn es gehet dem Menschen wie dem Vieh; no 2, Ich wandte mich und sahe in alle; no 3, O tod, wie bist du. 13 Jan DeGaetani, mezz; Gilbert Kalish, pf (all above) Arabesque Z 6141 22:00 DIFFERING PATHS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Prepared by Paul Cooke Perkinson, C-T. Generations: Sinfonietta no 2 for strings (1996) Chicago Sinfonietta/Paul Freeman. Cedille Records CDR 90000 066 20 Honegger, A. Concerto da camera (1949). Aurèle Nicolet, fl; Heinz Holliger, cora; Academy of St. Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner. Philips 434 105 2 17 Loussier, J. Concerto no 1 (1987-88). Piotr Iwicki, perc; Polish Philharmonic CO/Adam Kostecki, vn & dir. Naxos 8.573200 24 Takemitsu, T. Vers, l’arce-en-ciel, Palma (1984). Jeffrey Crellin, ob; Norio Sato, gui; Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki. ABC 426 998-2 15 Tveitt, G. Fifteen mountain songs, from A hundred Hardanger tunes, op 151 (1955). Royal Scottish NO/Bjarte Engeset. Naxos 555304 35

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Friday 25 NOVEMBER 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE

Overman, M. Ritsel. 2

3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN

Hesse, M. The ballerina. 3

6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Janine Burrus

McBurney, M. Gavotte. 2

9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Only strings Prepared by Sheila Catzel

Bourne, U. Marche grotesque. 2

Beethoven, L. Sonatina in C. Stephen Lalor, mand; Louise Johnson, hp. Fine Music concert recording 8 Gershwin, G. Lullaby (c1920). Brodsky Quartet. Chandos CHAN 10801 9 Shostakovich, D. Two pieces for string octet, op 11 (1924-25). Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble. Chandos CHAN 9131 10 Glière, R. String octet in D, op 5 (1903). Dornbusch Quartet; Buchberger Quartet. LP Schwann VMS 1046 25 Boccherini, L. Trio in E flat, op 47 no 4 (pub. 1793). Trio L’Europa Galante. Opus 111 OPS 41-9105 9 Myaskovsky, N. String quartet no 2 in C minor, op 33 no 2 (1930). Taneyev Quartet. Russian RD 11 031 19 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Paul Hopwood Rimsky-Korsakov, N. Overture on Russian themes, op 28 (1868/80). USSR Academic SO/Yevgeny Svetlanov. Melodiya MCD 211 12 Tausch, F. Double concerto no 2 in B flat, op 26 (pub. 1818). Thea King, cl; Nicholas Bucknall, cl; English CO/Leopold Hager. Hyperion CDA66504 23 Bruckner, A. Symphony no 1 in C minor (1866). Staatskapelle Dresden/Eugen Jochum. Brilliant Classics 92084 47 12:00 A JAZZ HOUR with Barry O’Sullivan 13:00 PATRICK THOMAS PRESENTS Nostalgia Sutherland, M. Dithyramb: a ballet. 4 Parker, K. A water colour; Arc-en-Ciel. 8 Holland, D. Nocturne for piano. 5 Cairos-Rego, I. Waltz in E (1933). 3 Ewart, F. Preludes nos 1, 2 and 3. 6 Batchelor, P. Sarabande. 3 Rofe, E. Echo de Vienne. 2 40

Rofe, E. Miniature variations on a theme in A minor. 2 Hill, M. Will o’the wisp. 2 Jeanell Carrigan, pf (all above) Wirripang Wirr 080 14:00 DRINK TO ME Prepared by Stephen Wilson Quilter, R. Drink to me only with thine eyes (pub. 1947). Jane Edwards, sop; Marshall McGuire, hp. ABC 476 910-8 3 Theodorakis, M. Se potisa rodostamo, I gave you rose-water to drink. Agnes Baltsa, mezz; Kostas Papadopoulos, bouzouki; Athens Experimental O/Stavros Xarhakos. DG 419 236-2 5 Mahler, G. Drinking song of earth’s sorrows, from Song of the earth (1908-09). René Kollo, ten; Chicago SO/Georg Solti. ABC 470 241-2 9 Schumann, R. To the drinking glass, op 35 no 6 (1840). Simon Keenlyside, bar; Graham Johnson, pf. Hyperion CDJ33102 4 Shostakovich, D. Tahiti trot, op 16 (1928). Queensland SO/Vladimir Verbitsky. ABC 476 3510 4 14:30 SYDNEY SYMPHONY MUSICIANS IN CHAMBER Prepared by Gael Golla Martinu, B. Quartet for oboe, violin, cello and piano (1947). Diana Doherty, ob; Seraphim Trio. Fine Music concert recording 12 Edwards, R. Reflections (1985). Colin Piper, Ian Cleworth, Michael Askill, Rebecca Lagos, pf, vibraphone, mar, glockenspiel, gongs, cowbells, sandblocks, temple blocks, tomtom, bass drum. Canberra School of Music CSM 2 9 Hindemith, P. Trumpet sonata (1939). Paul Goodchild, tpt; David Miller, pf. One M One 1M1CD1038 15 Telemann, G. Bassoon sonata in E minor. Matthew Wilkie, bn; Kees Boersma, db; Neal Peres da Costa, hpd. Melba MR 301124 8 Bolling, C. Sentimentale, from Suite for flute and jazz piano (1975). Emma Sholl, fl; Kees Boersma, bass; Jane Rosenson, hp; Daryl Pratt, perc. Sholl&Rosenson 2014-2015 8

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Goossens, E. Fantasy, op 36 (1924). Jamet Webb, fl; Guy Henderson, ob; Lawrence Dobell, cl; Christopher Tingay, cl; John Cran, bn; Fiona McNamara, bn; Robert Johnson, hn; Clarence Mellor, hn; Daniel Mendelow, tpt. ABC 476 7632 10 Mozart, W. Quintet in E flat, K407 (1782). Robert Johnson, hn; Susan Collins, vn; Tony Gault, va; Roger Benedict, va; Catherine Hewgill, vc. Fine Music concert recording 17 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with James Hunter 19:00 FRIDAY JAZZ SESSION with Sally Cameron 20:00 THE ROMANTIC CENTURY Polish Prepared by Phil Vendy Moszkowski, M. From foreign lands, op 23 (1884). Polish National RSO/Antoni Wit. Naxos 8.553989 22 Chopin, F. Études, op 25 nos 1 to 12 (1836). Roger Woodward, pf. Fine Music concert recording 30 Wieniawski, H. Étude-caprice, op 18 (1862). Ilya Gringolts, vn; Alexandr Bulov, vn. BIS CD-1016 26 Kullak, T. Piano concerto in C minor, op 55. Piers Lane, pf; BBC Scottish SO/Niklas Willén. Hyperion CDA67086 35 22:00 BAROQUE AND BEFORE Prepared by Rex Burgess Biber, H. Sonata no 2, The visitation, from The rosary sonatas (c1676). Susanne Laudenbacher, vn; Johannes Koch, va da gamba; Rudolf Ewerhart, hpd. Jagel 25407-59 5 Sonata prima (c1676). Members of Concentus Musicus, Vienna/Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Teldec 8573-87793-2 5 Schmelzer, J. Sonata: La Carolietta. Musicalische Compagney. Teldec 8.44010 ZS 7 Biber, H. Agnus Dei, from Missa Bruxellensis (c1690). La Capella Real de Catalunya; Le Concert de Nations/Jordi Savall. Alia Vox AV 9810 4 Sonata representativa in A (1669). Romanesca. Harmonia Mundi HMU 907134.35 12


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Nikolaus Harnoncourt Sonata, 7 part (1668). Concentus Musicus, Vienna/Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Teldec 8573-87793-2 6 Schmelzer, J. Three-part sonata. Members of Concerto Castello/Bruce Dickey. EMI 8.25535 2 6 Biber, H. Cantata: Laetatus sum. Max van Egmond, bass; Jacques Villisech, bass; Alice Harnoncourt, vn; members of Concentus Musicus, Vienna/Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Teldec 8573-87793-2 9 Violin sonata no 4. Ingrid Seifert, vn; Charles Medlam, va da gamba; John Toll, org. EMI 8 26534 2 12 Battalia à 10 (pub.1673). New London Consort/Philip Pickett. Decca 458 081-2 10 Anon. Plus belle que flors; Je ne chant pas; De la virge Katerine; Festa januaria. 8 Blondel de Nesle. En tous tans que vente bise. Margaret Philpot, cont. Anon. A vous douce debonnair. Rogers Covey Crump, ten. 6 Trois sereurs; En nom Dieu. 5 Bernart de Ventadorn. Can vei la lauzeta mover. Leigh Nixon, ten. Anon. Quant voi l’aloete; Diex! 6 Gothic Voices (6 above) Hyperion CDA 66423

Saturday 26 NOVEMBER 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SATURDAY MORNING MUSIC with Peter Bell 9:00 WHAT’S ON IN MUSIC Our weekly guide to musical events in and around Sydney 9:05 ORCHESTRAS AROUND THE WORLD Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra Prepared by Di Cox Berwald, F. Overture to The Queen of Golconda (1864). Roy Goodman, cond. Hyperion CDA67081/2 8 Frumerie, G. de Pastoral suite, op 13b (1933). Börje Mårelius, fl; Stig Westerberg, cond. Discofil SCD 1022 12 Mozart, W. Der Voglfänger bin ich ja; Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen; Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen, from The Magic Flute, K620 (1791). Dorothea Roschmann, sop; Matthias Goerne, bar; Manfred Honeck, cond. 9 Nielsen, C. Symphony no 5, op 50 (192122). Esa-Pekka Salonen, cond. CBS MK 44547 37 Atterberg, K. Suite barocco, op 23 (1923). Kurt Atterberg, cond. Swedish Society SCD 1021 17 Swedish RSO (all above) 10:30 SMALL FORCES Prepared by Frank Morrison Farina, C. Capriccio stravagante (pub. 1626). Lars Frydén, vn; Bertil Orsin, vn; Tullo Galli, va; Bengt Ericson, vc; Göte Nylén, db; Anders Öhrwall, hpd. BIS CD-134 16 Mozart, W. Divertimento in E flat. Wind Soloists of the CO of Europe. Teldec 2292-46472-2 19 Bartók, B. String quartet no 3 (1927). New Budapest Quartet. Hyperion CDA66581/2 17 11:30 ON PARADE Holst flying high Prepared by Chris Blower Holst, G. First suite, op 28 no 1 (1909). Central Band of the Royal Air Force/Duncan Stubbs. Chandos CHAN 10847 11 Mercury; Jupiter, from The planets (1914-16 arr.). United States Air Force Band/Larry H. Lang. Naxos 8.573405 13 12:00 JAZZ SATURDAY @ STUDIO A with Leita Hutchings 13:00 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

14:00 BRASS ENSEMBLES Prepared by Gael Golla Copland, A. Ceremonial fanfare (1969). Summit Brass. Pro Arte CDD 318 4 Gabrieli, G. Two Canzon (pub 1608): 12 à 8; 27 à 8. Philip Jones, cond. Decca 448 993-2 7 Arnold, M. Quintet for brass, op 73 (1961). Elgar Howarth, cond. Decca 468 803-2 12 Philip Jones Brass Ensemble (2 above) Vaughan Williams, R. Prelude on three Welsh hymn tunes (1954). London Brass Virtuosi/David Honeyball. Helios CDH88013 8 Gershwin, G. Suite from Porgy and Bess (1935; arr. Gale). Center City Brass Quintet. Chandos CHAN 4554 21 15:00 GISELLE Adam, A. Giselle (1841). Monte-Carlo Opera NO. Decca 442 9028 2:03 Grand air: De vos nobles aïeux, from Si j’étais roi (1852). Sumi Jo, sop; English CO. Decca 440 679-2 7 Richard Bonynge, cond (2 above) Ah! Vous dirai-je, maman - variations, from Le toréador (1849). Beverly Sills, sop; Paula Robison, fl; Charles Wadsworth, pf. Decca 467 906-2 6 O Holy night (1847; arr Rutter). The Bach Choir; Over the Bridge male choir; Royal Philharmonic O/John Rutter. Decca 2782129 6 17:30 THE VOICES, THE ROLES with Angela Cockburn Children in fairy tale and fantasy 18:00 SYDNEY SCHUBERT SOCIETY 1814 Prepared by Ross Hayes Schubert, F. Trost; an Elisa, D97 (1814). Dietrich Fischer-Diskau, bar; Gerald Moore, pf. DG 477 5765 3 Mass no 1 in F, D105 (1814). Immortal Bach Ensemble; Leipzig CO/Morter SchuldtJensen. Naxos 8.572279 33 An Emma, D113 (1814). Thomas Allen, bar; Graham Johnson, pf. Hyperion CDJ 33016 2 Gretchen am Spinnrade, D118 (1814). Barbara Bonney, sop; Geoffrey Parsons, pf. Teldec 4509-90873-2 4 Symphony no 2 in B flat, D125, mvt 2 (1815). Vienna PO/Riccardo Muti. EMI CDC 7 54873 2 9 19:00 THE MAGIC OF STAGE AND SCREEN Prepared by Maureen Meers November 2016

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Saturday 26 NOV Bricusse - Newley. Excerpts from Stop the world I want to get off (1961). Louise Gold, Mike Holoway, Danielle Carson, Joanne Farrell, voices. TER MUS C N38 19 Adler - Ross. Excerpts from Damn Yankees (1955). Gwen Verdon, Stephen Douglas, voices; members of the original cast. RCA Victor 88697 90263 2 14 Sondheim, S. Excerpts from Sweeney Todd (1979). Angela Lansbury, Len Cariou, Sarah Rice, Victor Garber, voices; members of the original cast. Masterworks Broadway 82876 68639 2 20 20:00 INFLUENCES AND CONNECTIONS Charles Koechlin Prepared by James Nightingale Koechlin, C. Three poems, op 18, after Rudyard Kipling (1899-1904). Iris Vermillion, mezz; Johan Botha, ten; Ralf Lukas, bar; RIAS Kammerchor; Berlin RSO/David Zinman. BMG/RCA Victor 09026 61955 2 18 Massenet, J. He is gentle, from Hérodiade (1881). Rosamund Illing, sop; Australian Opera & Ballet O/Richard Bonynge. Melba 301080 5 Schmitt, F. Legende. Arno Bornkamp, sax; Netherlands RSO/Jean-Bernard Pommier. Ottavo OTR C30589 11 Rabaud, H. Dances: Maroûf, Savetier du Caire (1914). Loire PO/Pierre Dervaux. EMI CDM 7 63951 2 15 Koechlin, C. Excerpts from Seven Stars symphony. Monte Carlo PO/Alexandre Myrat. EMI 0777 7 64369 2 0 9 Poulenc, F. Trois pastorales (1917). Pascal Rogé, pf. Decca 460 329-2 7 Koechlin, C. Septuor (1937). Manfred Preis, sax; Gerhard Stempnik, cora; Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet. BIS CD-536 16 Milhaud, D. Symphony no 10, op 382 (1955). BBC SO/Darius Milhaud. BBC Music 15656 91512 23 22:00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME Prepared by Paul Cooke Brahms, J. Quintet in B minor for clarinet and strings, op 115 (1891). David Rowden, cl; Huy-Nguyen Bui, vn; Airena Nakamura, vn; Ewen Foster, va; Teije Hylkema, vc. Fine Music Concert Recording 35 Beach, A. Symphony in E minor, op 32, Gaelic (1896). Detroit SO/Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHAN 8958 41 Respighi, O. Concerto in mixolydian mode (1925). Sonya Hanke, pf; Sydney SO/Myer Fredman. Marco Polo 8.220176 35 42

Sunday 27 NOVEMBER 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC with David Garrett 9:00 MUSICA SACRA Prepared by Elaine Siversen Bach, J.S. Jesu, joy of man’s desiring, from Cantata, BWV147 (1723; transcr. Hess). Piers Lane, pf. Hyperion CDA67967 4 Motet: Jesu, meine Freude, BWV227. Monteverdi Choir/John Eliot Gardiner. Monteverdi Productions SDG 716 20 Sutherland, M. Choral preludes: Herzliebster Jesu; Jesu, meine Freude. Larry Sitsky, pf. Tall Poppies TP049 6 Holst, G. The hymn of Jesus, op 37 (1917). Della Jones, mezz; London Symphony Ch & O/Richard Hickox. Chandos CHAN 8901 22 10:00 THE CLASSICAL ERA Prepared by Frank Morrison Grétry, A-E-M. Overture to Le Magnifique (1773). English CO/Richard Bonynge. Decca 466 434-2 10 Onslow, G. String quartet in C minor, op 56 (c1829). Coull String Quartet. ASV DCA 808 28 Hiller, F. Piano concerto no 1 in F minor, op 5 (1829-31). Tasmanian SO/Howard Shelley, pf & dir. Hyperion CDA67655 24 Bach, J. Christian Oboe quartet in B flat. Max Artved, ob; Elise Båtnes, vn; Tue Lautrup, va; Lars Holm Johansen, vc. Naxos 8.557361 10 Viotti, G. Violin concerto no 7 in B flat (pub. 1782-86). Symphonia Perusina/Franco Mezzena, vn & dir. Dynamic CDS 680 (103) 18 Holzbauer, I. Symphony in D, op 3 no 4. L’Orfeo Baroque O/Michi Gaigg. cpo 999 585-2 17 12:00 SYDNEY JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS Classic jazz and ragtime With John Buchanan

13:00 WORLD MUSIC: Whirled Wide 14:00 MUSIC INSPIRED BY BIRDS Prepared by Lyn Chong Vaughan Williams, R. The lark ascending (1914/20). Michael Davis, vn; London SO/ Bryden Thomson. Chandos CHAN 9263 15 Hutchens, F. Two little birds. Tamara Anna Cislowska, pf. Artworks AW005 2

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Respighi, O. Suite: The birds (1927). BBC PO/Patrick Thomas. Carlton Classics 15656 91372 18 Rautavaara, E. Cantus articus, Concerto for birds and orchestra, op 61 (1972). Lahti SO/ Osmo Vänskä. BIS CD-575 17 15:00 SUNDAY SPECIAL A piece of quiet Recorded by FINE MUSIC on 15 November 2016 at the City Recital Hall The Hush Foundation brings together some of Australia’s finest artists with the express aim of encouraging environments of peace, calm and uplifted spirits for patients, families and staff in children’s hospitals. A piece of quiet is a unique collaboration between three of Australia’s most loved musicians. 17:00 HOSANNA Prepared by Jeremy Hall Hymn: O come, O come, Emmanuel; Mattins responsory. Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral; Andrew Lucas, org; John Scott, cond. Hyperion CDH55463 7 Hymn: Come, thou redeemer of the earth. Choir of Salisbury Cathedral/Simon Lole. Griffin GCCD 4030 3 A tender shoot; A spotless rose. Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge/David Hill. Hyperion CDA67576 5 This is the record of John; I sing of a maiden. Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge/Richard Marlow. Conifer 75605 51754 2 7 Ave Maria; O magnum mysterium. Voces8. Decca 478 5703 9 Bach, J.S. Chorale: Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, from Cantata, BWV140 (1731). Monteverdi Choir; English Baroque Soloists/ John Eliot Gardiner. Virtoso 478 4231 6 Manz, P. E’en so, Lord Jesus, quickly come. Choir of Winchester Cathedral/Andrew Lumsden. Griffin GCCD 4052 3 Hymn: Lo! He comes with clouds descending. Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge/David Hill. Hyperion CDA67576 5 Edmundson, G. Toccata-prelude on Vom Himmel hoch. Stephen Disley, org. 4 18:00 THE HARP IN CHAMBER MUSIC Prepared by Gael Golla Debussy, C. Danse sacrée (1904); Danse profane (1904). Dominique Desjardins, db; Isabelle Moretti, hp; members of Quatuor Parisii. naive V 5129 10


Sunday 27 NOV Chopin, F. Variations on a theme from Rossini’s Cinderella (1824; arr. H. Holliger). Heinz Holliger, ob; Ursula Holliger, hp. Philips 426 288-2 4 Ichiyanagi, T. Flowers blooming in summer (1982). Alice Giles, hp; Arnan Wiesel, pf. Schwann 3-1765-2 7 Saint-Saëns, C. Romance, op 37 (1871). Richard Stoltzman, cl; Nancy Allen, hp. RCA RD 60198 7 Honegger, A. Introduction and dance. Alain Marion, fl; Dong-Suk Kang, vn; Pierre-Henri Xuereb, va; Raphael Wallfisch, vc; Pascale Zanlonghi, hp. Timpani 1C1010 4 Piazzolla, A. History of the tango, op 66 (1986). Geoffrey Collins, fl; Alice Giles, hp. Tall Poppies TP031 19 19:00 SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT Khachaturian, A. Masquerade, suite (1941). St Petersburg State SO/André Anichanov. Naxos 8.554054 17 Castelnuovo-Tedesco, M. Guitar concerto in D, op 99 (1939). Narciso Yepes, gui; London SO/Garcia Navarro. DG 435 232-2 20 Brahms, J. Serenade no 1 in D, op 11 (1858). Brussels PO/Alexander Rahbari. Naxos 8.550280 44 20:30 NEW HORIZONS Prepared by Robert Small Jones, D. Stillness for flute, temple bell and drone (2008). Derek Jones. Move MD 3406 6 Hosokawa, T. Circulating ocean (2005). Lyon NO. 21 Blossoming II for chamber orchestra (2011). Royal Scottish NO. 13 Jun Märkl, cond (2 above) Naxos 8.573276 Grime, H. Clarinet concerto (2009). Linsey Marsh, cl; Hallé Soloists/Jamie Phillips. NMC NMC D199 16 Tavener, J. Elizabeth full of grace (2002). Choir of Temple Church; Holst Singers; Robert Millett, Tibetan bowl; James Vivian, org; English CO/Stephen Layton. Decca 478 6424 12 Grime, H. Near midnight (2013). Hallé O/ Mark Elder. NMC NMC D199 12 22:00 AFTER HOURS JAZZ with Kevin Jones

Monday 28 NOVEMBER 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with James Hunter 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC A year in retrospect: 1937 Prepared by Derek Parker Walton, W. Crown imperial (1937). Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music; BBC Concert O/Henry Krips. BBC BBCRD 9103 8 Stravinsky, I. Concerto in E flat, Dumbarton Oaks (1937-38). Columbia SO/Igor Stravinsky. Sony SM3K 46 291-302 14 Korngold, E. Suite from The prince and the pauper (1937). London SO/André Previn. DG 471 347-2 22 Britten, B. Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge, op 10 (1937). English SO/William Boughton. Nimbus NI 7017 25 Milhaud, D. Scaramouche, op 165b (1937). Stephen Coombs pf; Artur Pizarro pf. Hyperion CDA67014 9 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Derek Parker Auber, D-F-E. Overture to Marco Spada (1852). New Philharmonia O/Richard Bonynge. Decca 466 431-2 9 Herz, H. Piano concerto in D minor, op 87 no 3. Tasmanian SO/Howard Shelley, pf & dir. Hyperion CDA67537 30 Magnard, A. Symphony no 3 in B flat minor, op 11 (1895-96). BBC Scottish SO/JeanYves Ossonce. Hyperion CDD22068 38 Chabrier, E. Overture to Gwendoline (1886). Detroit SO/Paul Paray. Mercury 478 5092 9 12:00 SWING SESSIONS with John Buchanan 13:00 DANCES THROUGH TIME Part 1: From folk to ballroom Prepared by Mariko Yata Raimbaut de Vaqeiras. Kalenda maya (1197-1201). Martin Best Mediaeval Ensemble. Nimbus NIM 5002 2 Rameau, J-P. Gavotte avec six doubles from Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin (1728). Kenneth Gilbert, hpd. Archiv 00289 479 1045 8

Mozart, W. German dances in D, G and C, K605 nos 1 to 3 (1791). Vienna Mozart Ensemble/Willi Boskovsky. Philips 422 643-2 7 Rozycki, L. Oberek, from Pan Twardowski, ballet. Warsaw State Opera House O/ Zdzislaw Gorzynski. Olympia OCD 306 3 Brahms, J. Hungarian dances (1852-69): no 1 in G minor; no 2 in D minor (orch. Hallén); no 3 in F; no 4 in F sharp minor (orch. Juon); no 5 in G minor (orch. Schmeling). London SO/Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHAN 8885 17 Bartók, B. Six Romanian folk dances (1915). Lily Kraus, pf. Vanguard 08 9100 71 5 Strauss, J. II The blue Danube, op 314 (1867). Vienna PO/Carlos Kleiber. CBS M2XK 45564 10 14:00 LOVE AND MARRIAGE Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Berlioz, H. Love scene, from Romeo and Juliet, op 17 (1839). Sydney SO/Robert Pikler. Chandos CHAN 6587 17 Falla, M. de The love wizard: Love the magician, Andalusian gypsy scenes, ballet in one act (1915). BBC SO/Leopold Stokowski. BBC BBCL 4005-2 24 Mozart, W. Suite from The marriage of Figaro, K492 (1786; arr. Wendt) Collegium Musicum Prague/Frantisek Vajnar. Supraphon 10 3246-2 131 41 Gershwin, G. The man I love (1924). Roger Woodward, pf. Warner 9031774722 2 Tippett, M. Ritual dances, from The midsummer marriage (1955). BBC Scottish SO/George Hurst. Naxos 8.553591 25 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Stephen Wilson 19:00 JAZZ NICE ‘N EASY with Ken Weatherley 20:00 STORMY MONDAY with Austin Harrison and Garth Sundberg 22:00 THE AUSTRALIAN JAZZ SCENE with Susan Gai Dowling and Peter Nelson

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Tuesday 29 NOVEMBER 14:30 SMALLER GROUPS FROM THE MASTERS Prepared by Denis Patterson Handel, G. Harp concerto in D minor, op 7 no 4 (1740-51; arr. Zabaleta). Nicanor Zabaleta, hp; English CO/Garcia Navarro. DG 469 544-2 16 Beethoven, L. Trio in B flat, op 11 (1797). Maxim Rysanov, va; Kristina Blaumane, vc; Jacob Katsnelson, pf. Onyx 4108 21 Martinu, B. Nonet in F (1959). Sydney Omega Ensemble/David Rowden. Fine Music Concert Recording 16

Kristina Blaumane 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Julie Simonds 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Artist of choice: Julian Bream Prepared by Chris Blower Paganini, N. Grand sonata in A, op 39 (1803-04; transcr. Bream). EMI 5 55362 2 21 Seiber, M. Four French folk songs (1944-46). Peter Pears, ten. Newton 8802095 9 Aguado, D. Polonaise, op 2 no 2 (pub.1825). RCA Red Seal RCD1 4549 5 Julian Bream, gui (3 above) Dowland, J. Goe nightly cares (1612). Robert Tear, ten; Nancy Hadden, fl; Catherine Mackintosh, viol; James Tyler, viol; Jane Ryan, viol; Robert Spencer, pandora, lute; Julian Bream, lute. RCA RD87801 4 Castelnuovo-Tedesco, M. Sonata, op 77, Homage to Boccerini (1934). EMI 5 55362 2 19 Rodrigo, J. Concierto de Aranjuez (1939). Monteverdi O/John Elliot Gardiner. BMG Records 09026 61605 2 21 Julian Bream, gui (2 above) 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Di Cox Mozart, W. Overture to The magic flute, K620 (1791). Australian Opera and Ballet O/ Richard Bonynge. ABC 438 193-2 7 Strauss, R. Violin concerto in D minor, op 8 (1880-82). Tanja Becker-Bender, vn; BBC Scottish SO/Garry Walker. Hyperion CDA68044 31 44

Nielsen, C. Symphony no 3, op 27, Sinfonia espansiva (1910-11). Solveig Kringelborn, sop; Karl-Magnus Fredriksson, bar; Royal Stockholm PO/Gennady Rozhdestvensky. Chandos CHAN 9300 42 12:00 JAZZ RHYTHM with Jeannie McInnes 13:00 THREE MISCHIEVOUS CHARACTERS Prepared by Elaine Siversen Dukas, P. The sorcerer’s apprentice (1897; arr. for the film Fantasia 1940). French NO/ Leonard Slatkin. Sony 88697290382 12 Kodály, Z. Suite from Háry János, op 15 (1927). Hungarian State SO/Adám Fischer. Nimbus NI 5284 25 Strauss, J. II Till Eulenspiegel’s merry pranks, op 28 (1895). Guy Baunstein, vn; Berlin PO/Gustavo Dudamel. DG 479 1041 16 14:00 ROUND THE CLOCK MUSIC Morning Prepared by Francis Frank Anon. Early in the morning March of the kings (arr. Sund). Sons of Orpheus/Robert Sund. BIS CD-533 2 Britten, B. Bonny at morn, from Folksongs, vol 6 (1958). Lorna Anderson, sop; Craig Ogden, gui. Hyperion CDA66941/2 3

Rimsky-Korsakov, N. Quintet in B flat (1876). Les Vents Français. Warner Classics 0825646231850 28 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Michael Morton-Evans 19:00 THE JAZZ BEAT with Lloyd Capps 20:00 RECENT RELEASES with Robert Small 22:00 CHAMBER SOIRÉE Prepared by Francis Frank Giuliani, M. Duettino facile, op 77 (pub. 1817). Mikael Helasvuo, fl; Jukka Savijoki, gui. BIS CD-411 7 Chaminade, C. Trio no 1 in G minor, op 11 (1881). Tzigane Piano Trio. ASV DCA 965 22 Spohr, L. Violin duet in G, op 3 no 3 (pub. 1833). Henning Kraggerud, vn; Øyvind Bjorå, vn. Naxos 8.570840 10 Busoni, F. Duettino concertante after Mozart’s K459 (1919). Isabel von Vintschger, pf; Jürg von Vintschger, pf. Jecklin JD 579-2 8 Mozart, W. Duet, from The abduction from the seraglio, K384 (1782). Wolfgang Schulz, fl; Hansjorg Schellenberger, ob. DG 423 611-2 17

Grainger, P. Morning song in the jungle (1905). CBSO Ch/Simon Halsey. Conifer CDCF 162 4

Bach, J. Christian Quintet in D, op 11 no 6 (1774). Members of Concentus Musicus Vienna/Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Teldec 8.41062 14

Bax, A. Morning song (1947). Margaret Fingerhut, pf; London PO/Bryden Thomson. Chandos CHAN 8516 8

Borodin, A. String quartet no 2 in D (1885). Borodin Quartet. Decca 455 632-2 28

Elgar, E. Sabbath morning at sea, from Sea pictures, op 37 (1899). Rosemarie Lang, mezz; Helsingborg SO/Hans-Peter Frank. BIS CD-530 6

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Wednesday 30 NOVEMBER Sonneries de la Rose-Croix (1892). Reinbert de Leeuw, pf. Philips 454 048-2 16 The Angora Ox (c1901; arr. Fritz). Jean-Yves Thibaudet, pf. Decca 470 290-2 8 Cinéma (1924). Alexandre Tharaud, Éric le Sage, pf. Harmonia Mundi HMC 902017.18 8 Cancan grand-mondain, from La belle excentrique (1920). David Levi, pf. 2 José Serebrier

Je te veux (1900). Christian-Pierre La Marca, vc. 4

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Marais, M. La gamme en forme d’un petit opera (pub. 1723). Boston Museum Trio. Centaur CRC 2129 35 Rameau, J-P. Pygmalion, ballet (1748). Mieke van der Sluis, sop; François Vanhecke, sop; Rachel Yakar, sop; John Elwes, ten; Choirs of the Chapel Royal, Paris; La Petite Bande/Gustav Leonhardt. Harmonia Mundi GD 77143 47 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Elaine Siversen Chadwick, G. Aphrodite, symphonic poem (1912). Czech State PO/José Serebrier. Reference RR-74 28 Bruch, M. Double concerto in E minor, op 88 (c1912). Paul Meyer, cl; Gérard Caussé, va; Lyon Opera O/Kent Nagano. Erato 2292-45483-2 19 Grechaninov, A. Symphony no 2 in A, op 27, Pastoral (1909). Slovak State PO/Johannes Wildner. Naxos 8.555410 35 12:00 JAZZ SKETCHES with Robert Vale 13:00 YOUNG VIRTUOSI 14:00 IN CONVERSATION with Michael Morton-Evans 15:00 SATIE EXPLORED Part 5 Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans Satie, E. La belle excentrique (1906-12); En habite de cheval (1911). Pascal Rogé, JeanPhilippe Collard, pf. Decca 455 401-2 15

20:00 AT THE OPERA Opera oscura: Shakespeare in Stuttgart Zumsteeg, J. Die Geisterinsel. Opera in three acts. Libretto by Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter, after Shakespeare’s The Tempest. First performed Stuttgart, 1798. PROSPERO: Falko Hönisch, bar MIRANDA: Christiane Karg, sop ARIEL: Andrea Lauren Brown, sop CALIBAN: Christian Feichtmair, bass FERNANDO: Benjamin Hulett, ten FABIO: Sophie Harmsen, mezz STEFANO: Christian Immler, bar ORINZIO: Patrick Pobeschin, bar Stuttgart Chamber Choir; Stuttgart Hofkapelle/Frieder Bernius. Carus 83.229 2:19 The magician Prospero and his daughter Miranda are banished to a magic island after he loses the duchy of Milan to his brother. Prospero uses his powers to liberate good spirits Maja and Ariel from the witch Sycorax, driving her into the sea and taking Ariel’s son Caliban into his care. Nine years later, a ship passes by and Prospero orders Ariel to draw it to the island. It is wrecked during a storm. A survivor, Fernando, Prince of Naples, lands and meets Prospero, who realises who he is. Fernando meets Miranda and they fall in love. Three members of Fernando’s retinue, Fabio, Stefano and Oronzo, come ashore. Caliban, appearing to them as the ruler of the island, encourages them to kill Prospero. Seeing Fernando as a threat, Caliban decides to disguise himself as Fernando and seduce Miranda but his plan is overheard by Prospero. Ariel leads the three shipwreck

survivors to Prospero who turns them to stone but then releases them. Disappointed, Caliban throws himself into the sea. Ariel intercedes with Prospero for the lovers. A sailor arrives with news that the people of Milan have revolted and wish Prospero to return as their duke. He renounces his magic and they all leave the island. 22:30 THE PATH OF THE FUGUE Prepared by Rex Burgess Couperin, L. Fugue on Urbs beata Jerusalem (1657). Davitt Moroney, org. Temperaments TEM 316001 5 Bach, J.S. Toccata and fugue in D minor, BWV565 (bef. 1708). Marie-Claire Alain, org. Erato 2292-45976-2 9 Hasse, J. Fugue and grave in G minor (c1735). Musica Antiqua Cologne/Reinhard Goebel. Archiv 453 435-2 10 Mozart, W. Adagio and fugue in C minor, K546 (1788). Talich Quartet. Calliope CAL 3244.5 7 Beethoven, L. Grosse fugue, op 134 (1827). Paolo Dirani, Curlo Argelli, pf. Fonè 93 F 26 18 Franck, C. Prelude, fugue and variations, op 18 (1862). Amadeus Guitar Duo. NAXOS 8.573440 9 Respighi, O. Prelude, chorale and fugue (1901). BBC PO/Gianandrea Noseda. Chandos CHAN 10388 17 Gheys, M. van den Morreau fugué. Aimé Lombaert, town carillioner. René Gally 88.904 4

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The following composers have works of at least five minutes on the NOVEMBER dates listed Adam, A. 1803-1856 24,26 Albrechtsberger, J. 17361809 10 Allworth, R. b1943 10 Arnold, M. 1921-2006 18,26 Arriaga, J. 1806-1826 6,19,20 Atterberg, K. 1887-1974 18,26 Auber, D-F-E. 1782-1871 7,28 Bacewicz, G. 1909-1969 10 Bach, C.P.E. 1714-1788 13,15 Bach, J. Christian 17351782 27,29 Bach, J.S. 1685-1750 2,4,8, 9,11,14,17,20,23,24,27,30 Bach, W.F. 1710-1784 13 Bacheler, D. fl c15741610 11 Baguer, C. 1768-1808 13 Balakirev, M. 1837-1910 11 Barber, S. 1910-1981 2 Barsanti, F. 1690-1772 14 Bartók, B. 1881-1945 20,26 Bax, A. 1883-1953 1,3,4,16,29 Beach, A. 1867-1944 21,26 Beethoven, L. 1770-1827 5, 6,7,10,13,15,16,17,20,23,24 ,25,29,30 Bellini, V. 1801-1835 6 Benda, G. 1722-1795 5 Benjamin, A. 1893-1960 5 Bériot, C-A. de 1802-1870 22 Berlioz, H. 1803-1869 1,9,28 Bernstein, L. 1918-1990 8,12 Berwald, F. 1796-1868 18,21,26 Biber, H. 1644-1704 25 Binchois, G. c1400-1460 4 Birtwistle, H. b1934 17 Bishop, H. 1786-1855 24 Bizet, G. 1838-1875 1,3,4 Blair, H. 1864-1932 20 Blavet, M. 1700-1768 2 Boccherini, L. 1743-1805 9,12,15,25 Böhner, J. 1787-1860 20 Boismortier, J. de 16891755 2 Bolling, C. b1930 25 Bononcini, G. 1670-1747 2 Bonporti, F. 1672-1749 2 Borodin, A. 1833-1887 3,6,29 Bottesini, G. 1821-1889 4,8 Bowles, P. 1910-1999 5 Boyce, W. 1711-1779 2,4 Brahms, J. 1833-1897 1, 4,6,7,10,18,19,20,22,24,2 6,27,28 Britten, B. 1913-1976 24,28 Bruch, M. 1838-1920 11,13,30 Bruckner, A. 1824-1896 11,18,25 Bruk, F. 20th c 19 Bush, G. 1920-1998 3 Busoni, F. 1866-1924 3,29

Buxtehude, D. 1637-1707 19 Byrd, W. 1543-1623 4 Caccini, G. c1545-1618 17 Carr-Boyd, A. b1938 9,21 Carreño, I. b1919 24 Carulli, F. 1770-1841 20 Castelnuovo-Tedesco, M. 1895-1968 2,27 Chabrier, E. 1841-1894 7,11,28 Chadwick, G. 1854-1931 30 Chaminade, C. 1857-1944 29 Chausson, E. 1855-1899 3 Cherubini, L. 1760-1842 4,5 Chopin, F. 1810-1849 3,7,12,22,25 Cimarosa, D. 1749-1801 2 Clarke, R. 1886-1979 18,24 Clementi, M. 1752-1832 3,11,16 Coates, E. 1886-1957 4 Cole, A. b1979 13 Coleman, C. 1605-c1664 12 Coleridge-Taylor, S. 18751912 13 Copland, A. 1900-1990 2,5,6 Couperin, F. 1668-1733 6,14 Croft, W. 1678-1727 14 Crusell, B. 1775-1838 18,19,22 d’Albert, E. 1864-1932 5 d’Indy, V. 1851-1931 14 Danzi, F. 1763-1826 5 Debussy, C. 1862-1918 1,3,5,11,17,27 Delibes, L. 1836-1891 1 Delius, F. 1862-1934 12,15,16 Dieupart, C. c1667-c1740 23 Dohnányi, E. 1877-1960 14 Donizetti, G. 1797-1848 8,12 Doppler, F. 1821-1883 1 Dove, J. b1959 13 Dragonetti, D. 1763-1846 4 Dukas, P. 1865-1935 19,29 Duparc, H. 1848-1933 1,9,11 Dussek, J. 1760-1812 5,11 Dvorák, A. 1841-1904 4,7,10,11,13,19,20 Eberl, A. 1765-1807 20 Edelmann, J-F. 17491794 9 Edwards, R. b1943 4,6,23,25 Elgar, E. 1857-1934 1,8,17,18,22,29 Ewart, F. 1864-1949 25 Falla, M. de 1876-1946 28 Farina, C. c1600-c1640 26 Fauré, G. 1845-1924 11,12,22 Field, J. 1782-1837 16,17 Finzi, G. 1901-1956 22,24 Franck, C. 1822-1890 7,10,15,30 Frescobaldi, G. 1583-1643 17 Frumerie, G. de 1908-1987 26

Gabrieli, G. c1556-1612 26 Gade, N. 1817-1890 7,20 Gautier de Coinci. 11771236 4 Gershwin, G. 1898-1937 25,26 Gibbons, O. 1583-1625 18 Ginastera, A. 1916-1983 19,24 Giuliani, M. 1781-1829 29 Glanville-Hicks, P. 19121990 5 Glazunov, A. 1865-1936 5,15 Glière, R. 1875-1976 25 Glinka, M. 1804-1857 16 Gluck, C. 1714-1787 8 Godefroid, F. 1818-1897 22 Goorhuis, R. b1948 12 Goossens, E. 1893-1962 25 Górecki, H. b1933 10 Gounod, C. 1818-1893 24 Grainger, P. 1882-1961 4,18,22 Granados, E. 1867-1916 3,22 Grechaninov, A. 1864-1956 6,30 Grétry, A-E-M. 1741-1813 27 Grieg, E. 1843-1907 12,22 Grime, H. b1981 13,27 Gross, E. b1926 4 Hackett, S. b1950 20 Hahn, R, 1879-1947 24 Handel, G. 1685-1759 12,14,16,29 Harrison, S. b1965 13 Hart, F. 1874-1949 5 Hartman, J. b1950 19 Harty, H. 1879-1941 17 Hasse, J. 1699-1783 30 Haydn, J. 1732-1809 4,5,6,10,11,12,13,15,18,20 Haydn, M. 1737-1806 6 Heinichen, J. 1683-1729 18 Herz, H. 1803-1888 28 Hiller, F. 1811-1885 27 Hindemith, P. 1895-1963 25 Hoffmeister, F. 1754-1812 7,10,11 Holbrooke, J. 1876-1958 12 Holmès, A. 1847-1903 22 Holst, G. 1874-1934 9,26,27 Holst, I. 1907-1984 19 Holzbauer, I. 1711-1783 27 Honegger, A. 1892-1955 24 Hosokawa, T. b1955 6,27 Hotteterre, J-M. 1674-1763 23 Hovhaness, A. 1911-2000 9,17 Hummel, J. 1778-1837 6,8 Ibert, J. 1890-1962 23 Ichiyanagi, T. b1933 27 Ives, C. 1874-1954 20 Jacob, G. 1895-1984 19 Janácek, L. 1854-1928 14 Jones, D. 1912-1993 27 Kalkbrenner, F. 17851849 2 Kanno, Y. b1953 9 Kapustin, N. b1937 10

Key Music duration is shown after the record and citation Orchestra bar: baritone SO: Symphony

Orchestra PO: Philharmonic Orchestra NO: National Orchestra RO: Radio Orchestra FO: Festival Orchestra CO: Chamber Orchestra TO: Theatre Orchestra RSO: Radio Symphony

RTO: Radio & Television Orchestra Prom O: Promenade Orchestra Ch & O: Chorus & Orchestra NSO: National Symphony Orchestra alto: male alto ban: bandoneon

TRIVIA ANSWERS

bshn: basset horn bass: bass bn: bassoon bass-bar: bass-baritone cl: clarinet clvd: clavichord cont: contralto cora: cor anglais ct: counter-tenor db: double bass

Kats-Chernin, E. b1957 17 Keane, R. b1948 10 Kenniff, K. b1981 20 Khachaturian, A. 19031978 27 Kinsella, J. b1932 17 Kodály, Z. 1882-1967 1,14,29 Koechlin, C. 1867-1950 26 Koehne, G. b1956 13 Korngold, E. 1897-1957 28 Kreutzer, J. 1778-1832 15 Krommer, F. 1759-1831 6,11,16 Krufft, N. 1779-1818 6 Krumpholtz, J-B. 17421790 9 Kuhlau, F. 1786-1832 20,21 Kullak, T. 1818-1882 25 Laitman, L. b1955 6 Lansky, P. b1944 13 Larsson, L-E. 1908-1986 11 Lawes, W. 1602-1645 3 Lehár, F. 1870-1948 14 Lhoyer, A. de 1768-1852 5 Liszt, F. 1811-1886 6,23,24 Loussier, J. b1934 24 Lyapunov, S. 1859-1924 14 Mackenzie, A. 1847-1935 5,18 Maconchy, E. 1907-1994 19 Magnard, A. 1865-1914 3,28 Mahler, G. 1860-1911 13,19,25 Mancini, F. 1672-1737 14 Marais, M. 1656-1728 17,30 Martinu, B. 1890-1959 25,29 Massenet, J. 1842-1912 1 McCartney, P. b1942 20 Mendelssohn, F. 1809-1847 6,14,16 Mendelssohn, Fanny. 18051847 21 Merula, T. c1595-1665 4 Meyerbeer, G. 17911864 20 Milhaud, D. 1892-1974 10,17,26,28 Moniuszko, S. 1819-1872 17 Monteverdi, C. 1567-1643 6,11 Moscheles, I. 1794-1870 16,17 Moszkowski, M. 1854-1925 1,25 Mozart, L. 1719-1787 19 Mozart, W. 1756-1791 1,3,6 ,7,8,10,12,13,15,16,18,20,21 ,22,23,24,25,26,28,29,30 Mussorgsky, M. 1839-1881 19 Myaskovsky, N. 1881-1950 25 Neumann, H. 1792-1861 16,21 Nielsen, C. 1865-1931 18,26,29 Nyman, M. b1948 6 Ockeghem, J. 1430-1497 4 Offenbach, J. 1819-1880 6 Onslow, G. 1784-1853 20,27

Orr, B. b1924 5 Oswald, J. 1711-1769 5 Paderewski, I. 1860-1941 1,9 Paganini, N. 1782-1840 7 Panufnik, A. 1914-1991 10 Parker, K. 1888-c1960s 25 Pergolesi, G. 1710-1736 12 Perkinson, C-T. 1932-2004 24 Pfitzner, H. 1869-1949 18 Piazzolla, A. 1922-1992 13,24,27 Pisendel, J. 1687-1755 18 Pleyel, I. 1757-1831 2 Ponchielli, A. 1834-1886 4,8 Portugal, M. 1762-1830 6 Poulenc, F. 1899-1963 2,11,24,26 Prokofiev, S. 1891-1953 8,9,17 Puccini, G. 1858-1924 8 Quantz, J. 1697-1773 18 Rabaud, H. 1873-1949 26 Rachmaninov, S. 18731943 10 Rameau, J-P. 1683-1764 23,28,30 Rasmussen, S. b1961 6 Rautavaara, E. b1928 27 Ravel, M. 1875-1937 1,3,5,10,11,17,19,20 Reger, M. 1873-1916 4,13 Reich, S. b1936 3 Reicha, A. 1770-1836 13 Reinecke, C. 1824-1910 15 Respighi, O. 1879-1936 6,26,27,30 Ricketson, D. b1973 13 Rimsky-Korsakov, N. 18441908 8,14,19,22,25,29 Rodgers, R. 1902-1979 19,22 Romberg, S. 1887-1951 19 Röntgen, J. 1855-1932 15 Rossini, G. 1792-1868 1,8,20,22,24 Rota, N. 1911-1979 17 Runólfsson, K. 19001970 17 Saint-Saëns, C. 1835-1921 3,4,7,11,18,19,20,22,27 Salieri, A. 1750-1825 7,14 Sarasate, P. de 18441908 8 Satie, E. 1866-1925 2,9,16,23,30 Scarlatti, D. 1685-1757 6,20 Scharwenka, X. 18501924 1 Schenk, J. 1666-1712 17 Schmelzer, J. c16201680 25 Schmitt, F. 1870-1958 26 Schubert, F. 1797-1828 4,10,12,13,18,21,24 Schuller, G. b1925 10 Schuman, W. 1910-1992 14 Schumann, C. 18191896 11 Schumann, R. 1810-1856 18,22

dbn: double bassoon elec: electronic eng horn: English horn fl: flute fp: fortepiano gui: guitar hn: French horn hp: harp hpd: harpsichord mand: mandolin mar: marimba

mezz: mezzo-soprano narr: narrator ob: oboe org: organ perc: percussion pf: piano picc: piccolo rec: recorder sax: saxophone sop: soprano tb: trombone

ANSWERS: 1. Antonin Dvorak. 2. Weber’s Oberon. 3. Algiers. 4. Farinelli. 5. Richard Tauber. 46

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Scriabin, A. 1872-1915 22 Shostakovich, D. 1906-1975 4,11,13,17,21,25 Sibelius, J. 1865-1957 8,22 Sinding, C. 1856-1941 12 Smetana, B. 1824-1884 10 Smetanin, M. b1958 10 Sondheim, S. b1930 12,26 Sor, F. 1778-1839 6 Sousa, J.P. 1854-1932 14 Spohr, L. 1784-1859 14,17,21,29 Stamitz, C. 1745-1801 24 Stanford, C. Villiers 18521924 17 Steiner, M. 1888-1971 22 Stenhammar, W. 18711927 13 Stojowski, Z. 1870-1946 10 Strauss, J. II 1825-1899 6,28,29 Strauss, R. 1864-1949 7,19,29 Stravinsky, I. 1882-1971 2,5,12,28 Suppé, F. 1819-1895 3,18 Sutherland, M. 1897-1984 8,21,27 Takemitsu, T. 1930-1996 24 Tartini, G. 1692-1770 13 Tausch, F. 1762-1817 25 Tavener, J. b1944 27 Tchaikovsky, P. 1840-1893 10,12,15 Telemann, G. 1681-1767 4,7,25 Thomas, A. 1811-1896 18 Thomas, A.R. b1964 13 Tippett, M. 1905-1998 28 Tveitt, G. 1908-1981 24 Vanhal, J. 1739-1813 4,9,10 Vaughan Williams, R. 1872-1958 4,5,10,12,14,19,22,26,27 Verdi, G. 1813-1901 4,8 Vieuxtemps, H. 1820-1881 21 Villa-Lobos, H. 1887-1959 24 Viotti, G. 1755-1824 27 Visée, R. de c1660-c1720 17 Vivaldi, A. 1678-1741 7,13,14,19 Volkmann, R. 1815-1883 21 Wagner, R. 1813-1883 7,8,19 Walker, S. b1961 9 Wallace, W. 1860-1940 5 Walton, W. 1902-1983 18,28 Warlock, P. 1894-1930 20 Weber, C.M. 1786-1826 6,13 Webern, A. 1883-1945 3 Weiss, S. 1686-1750 18 Wieniawski, H. 1835-1880 8,25 Williams, G. 1906-1977 19 Williamson, M. 1931-2003 18 Wolf, H. 1860-1903 13 Wranitzky, P. 1756-1808 13 Ysaÿe, E. 1858-1931 11 Zarebski, J. 1854-1885 1 Zelenka, J. 1679-1745 6

ten: tenor timp: timpani tpt: trumpet treb: treble voice va: viola vc: cello vle: violone vn: violin


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