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October 2016

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Julia Lezhneva’s Baroque brilliance With the Australian Chamber Orchestra

Jazz saxophonist Jeremy Rose Exploring diverse musical styles

Benjamin Beilman & Andrew Tyson Touring Australia for Musica Viva

Latest CD releases reviewed Classical and Jazz

Full program guide inside Fine Music in October


Coming up in October

CLASSICAL

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Beethoven Pastoral

Beethoven Finale

Experience two sides of Beethoven: the fierce drama of his Eroica Symphony and the calm refinement of his Fourth Piano Concerto. Young Australian pianist Jayson Gillham performs the same concerto with which he took out first prize in the 2014 Montreal International Music Competition.

It’s Beethoven in town and country when we pair his Third Piano Concerto with the evocative and beautiful Pastoral Symphony. Our soloist is Nobuyuki Tsujii, blind from birth, who caused a sensation in the 2009 Van Cliburn Competition.

Beethoven’s Ninth is more than a famous symphony - it’s become a cultural icon. It’s a celebration of freedom, of joy, of civilisation and unity. Which is what makes the Ninth with its ‘Ode to Joy’ choral finale so timeless.

BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No.3 Symphony No.6, Pastoral

BEETHOVEN Symphony No.2 Symphony No.9 (Choral)

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Vladimir Ashkenazy conductor Christiane Oelze soprano Fiona Campbell mezzo-soprano Steve Davislim tenor Teddy Tahu Rhodes baritone Sydney Philharmonia Choirs

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CONTENTS VOL 43 No 10

from the chair

I begin with a farewell to our editor of the past 21 issues of the magazine. It is with appreciable warmth that we wish Paula Wallace well with her studies and future ventures.

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Soprano Julia Lezhneva to perform with the ACO

4 Interview: Jazz saxophonist Jeremy Rose 5 Benjamin Beilman & Andrew Tyson touring 7 The world of classical guitar: Callum Henshaw 9 Winner of Fine Music’s Young Virtuoso Award 10 What’s On – Sydney and surrounds 12 CD Reviews 14 Jazz CD Reviews 15 Full programming guide for October

As I write, the Stefan Kruger Scholarship Panel is assessing 18 applicants. The winner will perform at our Award Evening on 8 November in the Mosman Art Gallery. As per tradition the 2016 Kruger Scholar, Rebecca Gill, will welcome in the 2017 scholar. This year we are fortunate that Simon Tedeschi, a long-standing Artistic Patron, will also be performing. Talking of our Artistic Patrons, this month, Richard Tognetti, will be conducting the ACO Soloists in a program of Vivaldi and Bach, which will also premiere Singing Trees, a new work by another Fine Music artistic patron, Elena Kats-Chernin. October heralds a new series on Fine Music. Chris Blower has devised nine programs featuring the concertos of Camille SaintSaens. They will be played in order of composition. Talking of the First Piano Concerto, one of his favourites, Chris noted the slightly worrying start for the French Horns, for rather like the Brahms’ 2nd Piano Concerto, it starts with a horn call. This is then echoed by another horn call in the distance. You can join this journey on the first and third Fridays of the month at 3pm.

40 YEARS

Jason Noble, clarinettist, teacher and performer with Ensemble Offspring presents his second series looking at repertoire for the HSC music topics – Music of the Last 25 years and Australian Music. The 2014 episodes includes interviews with a HSC first of his1974 nine-one-hour marker and an experienced teacher/performer, Di Springford, each of whom will give a perspective on how to select a piece for the HSC performance. As with the first series, New Music for the HSC will be available on demand at finemusicfm.com for listening at any time. Janine Burrus Chair, Fine Music Registered Offices & Studios: 72-76 Chandos Street, St Leonards 2065 Tel: 02 9439 4777 Fax: 02 9439 4064 Email: admin@finemusicfm.com Web: finemusicfm.com Facebook, Twitter and YouTube: finemusicfm Frequency: 102.5 Transmitter: Governor Philip Tower, Circular Quay. ABN 64 379 540 010 Art Direction: Design Campaign - liza@designcampaign.com.au Printing: Megacolour, Unit 6, 1 Hordern Place. Camperdown, NSW, 2050 Distribution coordinator: Sissy Stewart Advertising Enquiries: sponsorship@finemusicfm.com Editor: Paula Wallace Contributors: Michael Morton-Evans, Kevin Jones, Barry O’Sullivan, Emyr Evans, Leslie Khang, Frank Shostakovich, Samuel Cottell, Judy Deacon, Janine Burrus, Nicky Gluch, Jessica Duchen, Robert Small. Subscribe to Fine Music Magazine: visit www.finemusicfm.com or email friends@finemusicfm.com The views expressed by contributors to this magazine do not necessarily reflect or represent the views of the publisher, Fine Music 102.5. Cover image: Soprano Julia Lezhneva. Image Decca/Uli Weber.

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BRILLIANT PERFORMANCE OF BAROQUE AT ITS BEST JULIA LEZHNEVA AND THE ACO playfully depict flourishing grasses and flying birds. In an interview for Decca recordings, Lezhneva explained that her attraction to the piece comes from her understanding that to be human is to be in harmony with everything around you. There is little doubt that Lezhneva embodies such a sentiment. The first half of the program continues in such a vein. Lezhenva will exit the stage as the ACO perform J.S. Bach’s Orchestral Suite in C Major, a charming set of dances of great musicality and ensemble interplay. Following this will be Handel’s Salve Regina, a piece that seems to transcend its religious connotations. The universal need for a mother and protection is as relevant today as it was in Handel’s time. It is the simultaneous reward and responsibility of musicians to have access to this timeless medium.

It is always interesting to discover how a musician came to play their instrument. Was it a family tradition or, perhaps, luck of the draw in primary school? A vocalist, however, is in a different category for their instrument chooses them. They are gifted with a voice that they can elevate from communication to spine-tingling music making. A woman with such a gift is Russian soprano opera singer and recitalist Julia Lezhneva. Two years ago, her performance at the Hobart Baroque Festival won her a Helpmann award. Now, she will be returning to Australia to perform more dazzling Baroque repertory with the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO). When it comes to ‘gifted’ voices, Lezhneva discovered hers from a young age. At 17, she won the Elena Obraztsova International Competition and by 20 was named ‘Young Singer of the Year’ by German magazine Opernwelt. Now 26, Lezhneva is a respected interpreter of music from the 18th and early 19th century. The specific qualities of her voice, paired with her aesthetic approach, are suited to such a role. Lezhneva combines an angelic, pure tone with flawless technique, allowing the meaning of motets and hymns to communicate to audiences without the need for them to understand the words. The program with the ACO opens with a motet by the lesser-known composer, Nicola Porpora. In caelo stele clare fulgescant or Bright Star in the Sky is as ethereal as the words suggest. The voice and strings sweetly and 2

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In the second half, things take a dramatic turn. From the divine, Lezhneva will enter into the world of the operatic and a different set of timeless emotions. Vivaldi’s Ottone in

angelic, pure tone with flawless technique…

Villa tells the story of the Roman Emperor Ottone whose amour, Cleonilla, can’t resist flirting with two young men Ostilio and Caio. What unfolds is a passionate tale of jealousy, cross-dressing and, luckily, a happy ending for all involved. Handel’s Alessandro captures much the same sentiment. Two princesses are vying for the attention of Alexander the Great. His indecision causes much heartache but fortunately, in comic tradition, no lasting harm is done. Having performed in both of these operas, Lezhneva brings with her an in-depth understanding of the plots and characterisation. It will be interesting, then,

to see what she makes of the arias in recital. In this form, one is left with all of the emotion but none of the accompanying dramatic aids. There are no sets or costumes, only a purity of musical intention. Aptly for this ‘angelic’ woman, Lezhneva will bid farewell with Brilla nell’alma, In my soul shines a sweet contentment. Audiences will then be brought back to earth, in the gentlest possible way, with Handel’s Sonata à 5. Composed in Italy, perhaps for Corelli, it’s the perfect way to tie up an evening of Latin prayer and Italian opera. It has taken us many centuries to understand the true brilliance of the Baroque but a concert like this should be an affirmation to that judgement.

- Nicky Gluch

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Julia Lezhneva Baroque Brilliance 8-18 October, nationally Sat 8 Oct, 7pm – City Recital Hall Tue 18 Oct, 8pm – City Recital Hall

PROGRAM

PORPORA, In caelo stele clare fulgescant Julia Lezhneva – Soprano BACH, Orchestral Suite (Ouverture) No.1 in C major, BWV1066 HANDEL, Salve Regina, HWV241 Julia Lezhneva – Soprano VIVALDI, Ottone in Villa, RV729: Overture VIVALDI, Ottone in Villa, RV729: Act II, Scene 6 - Leggi almeno, tiranna infedele Julia Lezhneva – Soprano HANDEL, ALLESSANDRO, HWV21: Act II - Alla sua gabbia d’oro Julia Lezhneva – Soprano HANDEL, ALLESSANDRO, HWV21: Act II - Solitudine amate in cui sfogarmilive una flamma infelice Julia Lezhneva – Soprano HANDEL, ALLESSANDRO, HWV21: Act II - Aure fonti, ombre gradite Julia Lezhneva – Soprano HANDEL, ALLESSANDRO, HWV21: Act III - Brilla nell’alma Julia Lezhneva – Soprano HANDEL, Violin Concerto “Sonata a 5” in B-flat major, HWV288 Richard Tognetti – Violin


ACO TO EXPAND HORIZONS IN 2017 RICHARD EVANS ON NEW WORKS AND NEW ‘DIGS’ when Evans was General Manager of the esteemed theatre company. He commenced his role in earnest at the ACO in April this year. “It’s been great,” says Evans. “The ACO is a perfect combination, an organisation that is extremely highly regarded internationally with a prominent, powerful and successful Artistic Director at the helm. It’s a very stable organisation and well known in all its Australian territories. It’s great to be back in an organisation with music at its core,” he said. ACO’s Managing Director Richard Evans Fine Music magazine caught up with Managing Director of the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) after he landed home from the Orchestra’s latest tour of Europe and the US with five programs, including Barry Humphries’ Weimar Cabaret which played at Cadogan Hall, as well as Edinburgh and Tanglewood Festivals. Richard Evans says international markets are a key focus of the organisation having matured as a result of the “remarkable work over the years” by the ACO and its Artistic Director and Leader Richard Tognetti. “I’m interested in looking at our core markets and exploring what we might do there,” he said, “It’s not about doing more, but finding the resources to allow us to carefully look at new levels of collaboration”. Having notched up 565 concerts in 271 cities across 45 countries on 58 international tours, ACO players will add many more stamps to their passports in 2017, as Tognetti takes up a prestigious position as Artist-in-Residence at the Barbican Centre’s Milton Court. The residency takes place in November 2016 and March 2017. Along with a number of memorable concerts, it will usher the return of The Reef. This time Tognetti shares this thrilling celebration of music, film and the natural world with London audiences on 11 March. As for the rest of the ACO’s 2017 season, Tognetti goes for broke and clocks up a series of Australian firsts. He leads a band of fellow artistic adventurers and collaborates on the

creation of a full-length motion picture; he pairs two contemporary artists in a program that takes you from heaven to hell; he plays a ‘holy trinity’ of works as homage to arguably the greatest composer of all time; he has the ACO’s own musicians appear as soloists; and he assembles the ACO’s biggest cast ever to perform one of the best known and most-loved works in the Western classical repertoire with an international line-up of soloists and singers. One of the highlights is sure to be the world premiere of Mountain on 12 June at the Sydney Opera House (and subsequent national tour) - an epic cinematic and musical collaboration between the ACO and BAFTA-nominated Sherpa director Jennifer Peedom. In the tradition of other multimedia collaborations such as The Reef or The Crowd, Mountain reflects on the beauty, diversity and fragility of these timeless natural monuments: symbols of spirituality; havens from manmade devastation; essential to the planet’s eco-system. “It’s absolutely breathtaking,” says Evans, “It will be something to behold”. He says: “The thing about Richard is that he gets so excited about collaboration with other artists, he really gives everything to it, he’s a generous collaborator in that sense… that humility I think is what makes the results so extraordinary”. It was that sense of adventurous collaboration that initially brought the two men together; in 2002 the ACO worked with Bell Shakespeare

The ACO has been successful in raising funds and sponsorship in recent years, which Evans says is based very much on performance standards and “the quality of the music making being second to none”. This is the result of 20 years of building reputation and relationships: “People are attracted to success and excellence and the ACO has been unwavering in that”. One of the biggest challenges facing the ACO from Evans’ perspective, this year, is its relocation from its subterranean premises in Sydney’s Circular Quay to the new arts precinct at Walsh Bay. “We’re building new premises for ourselves,” explains Evan, “we’re going from not being very visible at all, to having whole new outlook, with new practice rooms, rehearsal and performance spaces, places for donors, subscribers and supporters… it will be a big transition for us”. Working towards a 2019 opening, the ACO has worked closely with the NSW government which is responsible for developing the project. Evans says: “Core to my job is the creation of an environment within which artists can make their best work. Moving into a creative hub at Walsh Bay will generate quite a different atmosphere and provide the opportunity to mix with artists from other art forms… and engender a sense of community that will add further layers to our work”.

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SAXOPHONIST & COMPOSER EXPLORING DIVERSE STYLES

Jeremy Rose

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“The creative process is different for everyone. Bach described himself not as an artist but a craftsman.” Rose see his musical journey to date as a reflection of the “pluralistic world we live in today - all these genres and so called ‘styles’ shouldn’t matter to 21st century musicians. “To me it is all a part of a process of discovery, absorption and facilitation of my response to these influences. I am simply influenced by what I enjoy, and then move on to something else.”

conducted by Rose the work is brought to life by his stellar 17-piece orchestra, featuring a new generation of Australian musical talent. “It was a big job getting that many musicians together,” says Rose. Rose has recently recorded another album with his quartet called Sandlines. This project is the culmination of an extended suite and is the exposition of compositional ideas that unravel upon the musician’s own terms with subtle, subliminal interactions of improvisation allowing the music to build from the notated material. “Sandlines reminds me of the tracks we leave behind on our life’s journey and one of the tracks Mind Over Matter is a soft post-bop tribute to the late Jeremy Rose. Image – Sashanka Samarajiwa altoist David Ades, who was Jeremy Rose is one of Australia’s leading a mentor, friend and fellow young jazz saxophonists and composers with surfer,” says Rose. Other tracks include an interest in exploring diverse music styles. Precipice which is about the edge between His familiarity with music began at an early composed and improvised material part of age with his parents exposing him to world the impetus for the album and Debt Spiral music and jazz so that it seemed natural which is a tribute to the former treasurer Joe for him to grow up writing music inspired by Hockey who almost ran over Rose while these sounds. driving his four wheel drive in a suburban His musical studies began on classical street on Sydney’s Lower North Shore. piano at the age of six and at North Sydney “I’ve been working with my quartet for Boys High School in the school band. Rose over ten years now with Jackson Harrison continued his musical instruction at The on piano, James Wapels on drums and Sydney Conservatorium of Music gaining a Alex Boneham on bass. We did a creative Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance and residency at The Rocks and we developed a PhD in composition. This followed with the music over two years and recorded it at further re-evaluations of his music through Sony studios in Sydney. study and reflection with mentors abroad as “There’s a chemistry and aesthetic kinship well as engaging in studies in saxophone and that is captured on this album brought about by the facilitation of each individual’s composition in London, Oslo and New York. improvised voice in the music’’ says Rose. His latest major contemporary work, Iron in the Blood, is a captivating ‘five star’ recording He describes the album as a “culmination and documentation of a period of work with those exploring the rich tapestry of Australia’s colonial past, released through ABC Classics. guys and part of my PhD in composition at This musical narrative, featuring music written The Conservatorium of NSW exploring longform compositions and the way improvisation by the young award-winning composer and builds on the notated material. performed with his own Earshift Orchestra, “I wrote all of the pieces with these musicians is inspired by and features text from Robert in mind,” says Rose. Hughes’ seminal work The Fatal Shore. So how would he describe the composition Hughes was reportedly a jazz-lover making process? “Composition to me is a craft that this work a fine tribute to not only the book you need to comfortably work on,” says Rose. but to the author himself. Composed and

Bach described himself not as an artist but a craftsman

In the next few years, Rose hopes to expand his record label, Earshift Music, to include other up and coming artists, and to push his own artistry through composition and performance practice, both here and abroad. He recently joined Cameron Undy’s 20th Century Dog band and Phillip Johnston’s Greasy Chicken Orchestra and has more performances coming up with new music specialists Ensemble Offspring, The Strides and The Vampires. For more information visit: http://jeremyrose.earshift.com

- Barry O’Sullivan


MUSICA VIVA SENDS US DUO AROUND AUSTRALIA

BENJAMIN BEILMAN & ANDREW TYSON Beilman continued his studies with Christian Tetzlaff at the Kronborg Academy in Germany and this eminent violinist remains his mentor in chief: “I love his willingness to break free of the mould and to take the meaning of the music to a different level,” he says. Being represented by Young Concert Artists is hugely valuable, he agrees. “International competitions are very useful, chiefly Benjamin Beilman (violin) and Andrew Tyson (piano). because if you win first Image – Keith Saunders or second prize, you Two extraordinarily gifted young Americans, have to bring a lot of violinist Benjamin Beilman and pianist repertoire to a very high level,” says Beilman Andrew Tyson, are pairing up for a Musica “But with YCA you win the competition Viva tour partly thanks to the US Young Concert Artists, which represents them both. and then immediately you gain practical But their friendship goes back much further. experience. They have a vast network of They first met as students at the Curtis presenters and performance opportunities; Institute in Philadelphia. Now they have some getting out there and doing a Brahms exciting plans ahead as a duo. concerto, three or four weeks in a row, was the most practical experience I could “We’ve played at least two or three different possibly get.” projects together,” Beilman says, speaking for them both, “and we also have an all-Mozart In Australia project at the Louvre in Paris about six months before the Musica Viva tour”. Their program for the tour covers a wide range of music, beginning with Mozart’s He is full of praise for his duo partner. warm, witty and dazzling Sonata in B flat “Andrew is one of those pianists that I’ve major, K454: “What I love about this work, kept my eye on for a long time,” he says, as with a lot of Mozart’s music, is that it “because even in school he was very much the introspective thinker: he always had it has a beseeching wonderful, creative ideas, but now, as he quality… matures and gets more experience.

“I’m seeing this total genius develop. I think, with the mix of the repertoire we have, it will be interesting to see all the different ways that we can pool our ideas,” says Beilman. Each of the artists enjoys a flourishing solo career: Beilman won, among other things, a Borlotti-Buitoni Trust Fellowship in 2014 and first prize plus People’s Choice award at the Montreal International Violin Competition in 2010. Tyson was a prizewinner in the Leeds International Piano Competition 2012 and scooped first prize at the Géza Anda Competition in Zürich in 2015.

has a beseeching quality, as if he’s saying, ‘Please adore this music, please love me!’,” says Beilman. Janáček’s only Violin Sonata offers a striking contrast, deeply personal and often very dark. “The Janáček Sonata’s second movement, the ‘Ballade’, is an unbelievable love story, but the entire piece is rooted in the sounds of nature. And the fourth movement is incredibly violent: the piano starts with a simple, singing melody and then the violin comes in with an almost battuto sound, like machine-gun

fire. There’s a very touching, very personal moment – and then it’s sliced through.” The second half pairs a new work by the Australian composer Jane Stanley with the Sonata No.1 by Saint-Saëns. “I love the timbres of Jane Stanley’s music,” says Beilman. “Many of her works that I’ve heard start from the depths of the instrument’s range and then emerge with an upwardlooking, reflective gaze. The Saint-Saëns is the most flamboyant piece you can end with, so we thought it would be a good juxtaposition.” Beilman is looking forward to returning to Musica Viva, having taken part in its inaugural chamber music festival a few years ago. “This festival combined chamber music from a number of different professionals across the field, but then there was also a youth orchestra component, so we were able to interact with some of the younger Australian musicians,” he says. “I spent ten days in Sydney and absolutely fell in love with it.” What he most enjoys here, he says, is “the music-making, the coffee and the audience. “I felt I got a very good sample of what musical life is like in Australia; it feels extremely optimistic. I’m sure it has a lot to do with how Carl Vine programs Musica Viva, but it does seem like the audiences want to absorb anything and everything you can throw at them. They listen very much with open ears.”

- Jessica Duchen

EVENT MUSICA VIVA CONCERT SEASON 2016 Benjamin Beilman, violin Andrew Tyson, piano Coffs Harbour: 7 October, 8pm Armidale: 8 October, 8pm Sydney: 10 October, 7pm Newcastle: 13 October, 7:30pm Sydney: 15 October, 2pm For more information visit: musicaviva.com.au October 2016

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COFFEE, CYCLING AND CLASSICAL GUITAR:

The world of Callum Henshaw My teacher Tim Kain has been particularly active in generating Australian guitar repertoire and instills in his students an appreciation for the quality music Australian composers produce. “Bleed-through is my first try at continuing this. In terms of performance, I play music from Australian composers, like From Kakadu because they’re Australian but because the music speaks so powerfully on the guitar,” says Henshaw.

Callum Henshaw A day in the life of classical guitarist Callum Henshaw usually involves coffee. And bicycles. And some guitar. Starting out on the instrument at the age of six, it soon became part of Henshaw’s daily life and he realised he wanted to pursue a career in music. Studying at ANU in Canberra put him in touch with his teacher Tim Kain who he cites as one of his greatest influences. “I have studied with him for almost seven years now, and increasingly I realise that not only is he a fantastic musician, but an amazing person whose nurture and care for the people around him is part of the reason his students have been so successful,” says Henshaw. Currently based in Darmstadt, Germany, studying at the Akademie für Tonkunst with Tilman Hoppstock, Henshaw’s many travels throughout Europe have been to perform and to compete in competitions. His latest CD offering, Echo & Return is a combination of iconic classical guitar works by Enrique Granados, Napoleon Coste, Manuel M. Ponce, as well as Australian works including Peter Sculthorpe’s From Kakadu and a brand new work, Bleed-through involving electronics by local composer Samuel Smith. “I think it is important to encourage new works for the guitar from around the world.

Echo & Return has been a long-term project that was interrupted by an injury that had to be overcome with perseverance and a new dedicated approach to practicing his instrument. “Half of the recordings were completed in 2013, the other half in late 2015 and the period between them was fraught with injury and mental illness. “I had a hectic two months of competitions and travel through Europe in 2014 which resulted in nerve damage in my upper spine and left me only able to practice for a few minutes at a time. So, while I worked on my recuperation through a combination of physical and cognitive therapies, I searched for music that could be tackled in short blocks of practice,” said Henshaw. He credits Ponce’s Folias as helping him through this trying time: “Each variation is exquisitely composed, but unusually short – none is longer than three minutes. They provided me with the right balance of musical and intellectual fodder, but didn’t require long sessions of playing. That’s not to say they’re not tricky”. The complete work (a theme, 20 variations and a fugue) runs for over 25 minutes and addresses nearly all of the technical possibilities on the guitar. “I’m still learning from it now,” explains Henshaw. “But really, I still have to be very disciplined with how long I practice for by using an obnoxiously loud timer to interrupt

my sessions every 20 minutes for a short break … and this goes on for three hours or more. “Apart from that I research for my doctorate, and try to make some time to be outside exploring the amazing mountain-biking available in Canberra and cooking a tasty meal in the evening,” he says. So what’s next for Callum Henshaw? “I have another, shorter album of quieter works in the pipeline, an Australian premiere of a new work by Leo Brouwer, and I should probably finish my PhD or my supervisor might have a heart attack,” he says.

-Samuel Cottell Callum Henshaw’s new album Echo & Return is available at: www.callumhenshaw.com To read a review of Echo & Return, along with review of other recent releases, visit the Fine Music blog – https://finemusicfm.wordpress.com/

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Artistic Director Carl Vine Presented in association with Musica Viva Australia

THE 27 TH HUNTINGTON ESTATE MUSIC FESTIVAL OPENING WEEKEND 19 & 20 NOVEMBER 2016 “… one of the best chamber music festivals in the world … it just keeps getting better.” EMMA AYRES / ABC CLASSIC FM Enjoy a taste of the internationally renowned Huntington Estate Music Festival (Artistic Director, Carl Vine AO) presented in association with Musica Viva Australia. Tickets include world-class chamber music concerts, gourmet canapés and meals and award-winning wine, and are on sale now. In addition to the music, there are many wonderful things to do in and 2 CONCERT PACKAGE + Saturday dinner & Sunday lunch $350

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FINE MUSIC’S YOUNG VIRTUOSO WINNER

Benett Tsai

Popper and 2nd Movement of Dvorak’s Cello Concerto and he was accompanied by his father Joshua Tsai.

YVA finalists and performers on 28 August in Sydney with winner Benett Tsai (front centre). Image - Charlie Chen October brings to a close the Young Virtuoso Award for 2016, with our broadcast of the Final that was held on 28 August in Sydney and hosted by Chloe Chung. The winner of the event was young cellist Benett Tsai. As part of this year’s YVA, we heard 17 semi-finalists over a series of months, each perform a radio-friendly recital program of between 45 and 50 minutes. Performing a program of this length requires stamina, skill and great musicality to sustain the playing energy and hold the audience captive. From these elite performers, six finalists performed in front of a packed house at the Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Conservatorium of Music in August. Each musician showed why they were truly deserving of the opportunity to take part and to take away the generous prize money given to assist them in pursuing the furtherance of their studies and to contribute to what are destined to be illustrious careers in music. It was a great afternoon of diverse music with Alumna Edith Yam performing on the pipe organ and bass Christopher Nazarian receiving the Inaugural Mary Patricia Bell Award of $1,000. The winner was 12-year-old Benett Tsai who, although suffering from a slight fever, gave a mature and brilliant musical performance for one so young. He was delighted and overwhelmed by his first place and said he couldn’t believe it. He said he had not received such a generous prize of $10,000 before and it would be going towards his future overseas studies. Tsai’s winning repertoire was Hungarian Rhapsody by

Tsai now goes on to represent NSW in the MBS National Final being held in Melbourne in November, and a future solo performance in 2017 with the North Sydney symphony Orchestra.

The second place went to unaccompanied harpist Julie Kim who gave a flawless rendition of Albert Zabel’s La Source (Am Springbrunnen Op 23) and Carlos Saldeo’s Scintillation. She said it was a thrill to be included amongst such a great peer group and that her $3,000 in prize money would also be used to further her studies. Additionally, Tsai and Kim received the Newcastle Festival prize awarded by Dr David Banney for an engagement in 2017. Third place getter was pianist Paul Cheung, who enjoyed playing the Sauter piano and said he always loved performing in the Fine Music competition as it attracted such a high musical standard. He received $2,000 in prize money, playing Sonetto 123 del Petrarca and Prokofiev’s Sixth Sonata, op 82, 4th movement. The three other finalists each received $500. The broadcast of the Young Virtuoso Final presented by Chloe Chung, goes to air from 3-5.30pm on Saturday 15 October. Young Virtuosi co-ordinator Judy Deacon said: “As the mastermind behind the Young Virtuosi programs, it has certainly been a challenging and rewarding 11 years of volunteering. “To build up the Young Virtuosi programs and to expand on the great work that my predecessor Veronica Crowe as the staff education coordinator was able to do, has been a great honour,” she said. Deacon continues: “At all times my aim was to give as many young people as possible the experiences that Fine Music

had to offer whether as a performer, audio engineer, presenter, or in assisting with the organisational and administrative work needed to put to air 52 programs each year”. Deacon credits the success of the Young Virtuosi program at Fine Music to the team of 17, most of whom are under the age of 25. “Under my mentorship and guidance they have sacrificed their time whilst combining studies and work to be part of this peer supporting team,” said Deacon. “My special thank you goes to chief audio engineer Greg Ghavalas who contributed hours of his time not only recording but to mentoring many young audio personnel”. At the conclusion of this year’s Young Virtuoso award, Deacon is satisfied that again Fine Music has raised the profile of music in the community and exposed the awe-inspiring talent and skills of our young music-makers.

- Paula Wallace ON AIR Wednesdays, 1pm 5 October Sydney Eisteddfod Drs Orchestra Instrumental Scholarship Presenter: Solly Frank Audio Engineer: Greg Ghavalas 12 October NSW Youth Orchestra Audio Engineer/Presenter: Harry Godber 19 October Sydney Eisteddfod Alf and Pearl Pollard Memorial Instrumental Awards for Performance Excellence 11-15 years Presenter: Alison Zhou Audio Engineer: Greg Ghavalas 26 October Voces Caqelestium Charity Concert Including piece by Young Composer runner-up Pavle Cajic Presenter: Chloe Chung Audio Engineer: Peter Truong SPECIAL BROADCAST Saturday 15 October, 3-5.30pm The broadcast of the Young Virtuoso Final Presenter: Chloe Chung Audio Engineer: Greg Ghavalas October 2016

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ENSEMBLE Three Parts Mozart Omega Ensemble with guest artist Paul Meyer (clarinet/ conductor) 3 November, 7:30pm Venue: Virtuoso Series City Recital Hall Tickets: $29-$94 Bookings: cityrecitalhall.com or 8256 2222 Information: omegaensemble.com.au

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Mozart is served three ways in this alluring feast of classical treats. Bassoonist Ben Hoadley brings Mozart’s earliest wind concerto to life, delivering the fresh and engaging character sketch with aplomb. The composer’s last instrumental work – the much-loved Clarinet Concerto – is subtler but no less eloquent. Under the direction of renowned clarinetist Paul Meyer, the delicate interplay between the soloist and the ensemble gives rise to a performance that is all the more beautiful for its graceful sensitivity. The celebration concludes with one of Mozart’s greatest works – his deeply personal Symphony in G minor.

Rowden & Raspopova Omega Ensemble 16 October, 2:30pm Venue: Master Series - The Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House Tickets: $29-$74 Bookings: sydneyoperahouse.com or 9250 7777 Information: omegaensemble.com.au A compelling presentation of Brahms’ famed Clarinet Sonata in Eb begins this program of classics. Pianist Maria Raspopova shines in performances of Liszt’s Tarantella and Mendelssohn’s sparkling Rondo Capriccioso. Omega Ensemble’s artistic director, David Rowden, returns for Poulenc’s much-revered Sonata for Clarinet and Piano. The concert concludes with a stunning rendition of the competition piece Introduction et Rondo by Charles-Marie Widor, showcasing Rowden’s versatility. 10

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ORCHESTRAL Julia Lezhneva – Baroque Brillianca Richard Tognetti, Director & Violin Julia Lezhneva, Soprano 8 & 12 October, 7pm 18 October, 8pm Venue: City Recital Hall Tickets: $54-$149 Bookings: aco.com.au/lezhneva or 1800 444 444 (no booking fees)

Although only 25, Julia Lezhneva has earned standing ovations internationally for her poise and prowess as a performer of the most challenging repertoire. Her 2014 visit to Australia enthralled local audiences, winning her a Helpmann Award for Best Individual Classical Performance. This young Russian soprano’s voice is impeccably suited to the intricacy and passion of the Baroque masters. Ottone in Villa was Vivaldi’s first opera, and it amply displays ENSEMBLE METAMORPHOSES Australian String Quartet 17 October, 7pm Venue: City Recital Hall Tickets: $30-$83 Bookings: cityrecitalhall.com or 8256 2222 These stunning quartets by Mozart, Ligeti and Ravel were all inspired by the work of a peer - Haydn’s quartets were a great influence ORCHESTRAL JOY Willoughby Symphony Dr Nicholas Milton AM Kathy Selby 29 October, 7pm 30 October, 2pm Venue: The Concourse Concert Hall, Chatswood Tickets: $10.50-$47 Bookings: theconcourse.com.au or 8075 8111 Revel in the unforgettable melodies and glorious harmonies of an expanded Willoughby Symphony Orchestra and Choir as they perform Beethoven’s monumental 9th Symphony, the remarkable work based on Schiller’s extraordinary Ode to Joy that changed the course of music history. In

the genius of his melodic gift. Handel’s Alessandro is all lightness and charm, yet holds rich potential for vocal fireworks for a singer of Lezhneva’s abilities. Richard Tognetti directs the Australian Chamber Orchestra in this consummate program, playing Handel’s quasi-violin concerto as well as Bach’s first Orchestral Suite. on the young Mozart; similarly Ligeti owes a debt to Bartók and Ravel to Debussy - yet their voices are entirely unique. Mozart brings a democratic balance to string quartet writing in this, the last of his 23 string quartets. Ligeti merges 17 contrasting miniatures that stretch the capabilities and sound world of the modern string quartet in one seamless journey. Ravel’s only foray into the quartet medium was a revolutionary exploration of texture and colour. Program: Mozart’s String Quartet in F major K590; Ligeti’s String Quartet no 1, Métamorphoses Nocturnes; and Ravel’s String Quartet in F major.

an exciting addition to this season finale concert, the Willoughby Symphony’s own chief conductor and artistic director, Dr Nicholas Milton AM, will join acclaimed Australian pianist Kathy Selby AM onstage to perform Mozart’s ever-popular A major Piano Concerto. Having performed for eight years together in the legendary Macquarie Trio, this is a musical reunion not to be missed.


ENSEMBLE Beethoven 4th Piano Concerto Australian Haydn Ensemble Neal Peres Da Costa, fortepiano 15 October, 2.30pm & 17 October, 7pm Venue: Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House Tickets: $30-$75 Bookings: 9250 7777 or sydneyoperahouse.com Information: australianhaydn.com.au Beethoven’s 4th Piano Concerto, filled with lightness, beauty and majesty is the perfect way to experience the sensitive and historically interpretive keyboard playing of Dr Neal Peres Da Costa. As part of an ongoing AHE cycle, we explore chamber versions of Beethoven’s piano concertos, reflective of 18th century practice. This year, we are using as a basis Beethoven’s own sketches for a new version of his 4th Piano Concerto. We also present an Australian premiere of an 18th century chamber version of Beethoven’s 2nd Symphony, recently discovered by AHE in the rare music collection of the British Library. Neal Peres Da Costa’s monograph Off the Record: Performing Practices in Romantic Piano Playing (Oxford University Press, New York, 2012) has received critical acclaim. Limelight Magazine hailed it as “engaging and thought provoking” … and a book that “no serious pianist should be without”. Alex Ross (music critic of The New Yorker and author of The Rest is Noise) honoured it as a notable book on his 2012 Apex List. Join us for this wonderful historically informed and enlightening musical experience.

ORCHESTRAL 2016 Singapore Tour The Australian World Orchestra Alexander Briger, Conductor 1 October, 7.30pm Venue: Esplanade Concert Hall, Singapore Tickets: S$44-S$208 Bookings: sistic.com.sg Information: australianworldorchestra.com.au Following on from the success of our 2015 season under the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra’s Music Director, and arguably one of the greatest conductors alive, Sir Simon Rattle, and after an unprecedented international tour to India under the legendary maestro, Zubin Mehta, 94 of Australia’s finest musicians from home and around the world hailing from the world’s greatest orchestras including Australia’s own state orchestras, will come together again on stage at the Esaplanade Concert Hall, Singapore to perform their final concert for the 2016 concert season. The AWO’s chief conductor and artistic director, Alexander Briger, will conduct a triumphant programme of Ravel’s orchestral tour de force Boléro, the world-premiere of Australian composer Elena Kats-Chernin’s The Witching Hour Concerto for eight double basses (commissioned by AWO featuring the extraordinary AWO double bass section) and culminating in Tchaikovsky’s powerful and romantic 5th Symphony. Australian audiences have become accustomed to the incredibly high standard and electricity of the AWO since the orchestra’s premiere performances in 2011, and these concerts are sure to continue this tradition. Undoubtedly a concert highlight in the 2016 Australian music calendar.

ENSEMBLE A Flock of Stars Australia Ensemble subscription concert Guest artists: Sydney Children’s Choir (Director: Lyn Williams); Ngaire de Korte, oboe; Andrew Meisel, double bass; Christopher Moore, viola; Meta Weiss, cello 15 October, 8pm Venue: Sir John Clancy Auditorium UNSW Tickets: $15-$50 Bookings: 9385 4874 or email: australia.ensemble@unsw.edu.au Information: music.unsw.edu.au/australia-ensemble

CHORAL Strange Fruit The Song Company Full tour schedule: Sydney-7 October, 7.30pm (Pier 4 The Wharf Hickson Road) Blackheath-8 October, 3pm (Blackheath Uniting Church) Sydney-9 October, 3pm (Independent Theatre North Sydney) Berry-12 October, 7pm (Berry Uniting Church) Canberra-13 October, 6pm (Wesley Uniting Church) Tickets: $35 Bookings: songcompany.com.au/events/

Most of the guest stars in this celebratory concert are aged 16 years or under. The Australia Ensemble is delighted to be joined by the Sydney Children’s Choir and celebrated musical director Lyn Williams in a program named for one of her works, in a choral and instrumental collaboration of mainly Australian composers. The evening begins in the dubious surrounds of a Parisian nightclub with Guillaume Connesson’s Techno-Parade, before a celebration of the life of respected and recentlydeparted Australian composer Roger Smalley in his meticulous Piano Quintet. The warmly satisfying glow of Brahms’ String Sextet in G draws the season to a close, perhaps the pinnacle of this composer’s chamber music for strings.

In 1939 Billie Holiday first sang the song Strange Fruit (actually written by a white Jewish teacher, Abel Meeropol) and brought to raw prominence the inequity of much of America’s history. She was afraid to sing it, even in the integrated, welcoming environment of Café Society in New York’s Greenwich Village, and when she finished, there “wasn’t even a patter of applause. Then a lone person began to clap nervously. Then suddenly everybody was clapping”. In this program of blues, jazz, gospel, and more, The Song Company sing of the pain of alienation, and reach beyond the heartbreaking imagery of Strange Fruit to touch a place of reconciliation and healing. Program: Strange fruit; Motherless child; Go down, Moses; It ain’t necessarily so (revised version); Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen; and I’ll get by. October 2016

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CD Reviews The Haydn Album Australian Haydn Ensemble ABC Classics

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I’ve been enjoying listening to the new Australian Haydn Ensemble (AHE) CD over the past few days having had a chance to listen from the train to Newcastle during the spectacular and beautiful section where the line runs beside the grand scenic Hawkesbury River and the sparkling open stretches of Brisbane Water. The CD is called The Haydn Album which could imply dull programming but a quick look at the selection

Verdi’s AIDA With Andrea Bocelli, Kristin Lewis Zubin Mehta – Conductor DECCA

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Heaven forbid Utzon’s iconic building should be any further ‘compromised’… yet I recall an SSO performance of ‘the 9th’, where the forte chorus entry (bar 213) almost lifted the ceiling. Joy indeed! There are similar thrilling moments in the Missa Solemnis, yet while matching the magnificence of the Choral Symphony, it also often convinces by understatement: the tenors at Et incarnatus, the hushed mood at Et sepultus, the beginning of the Sanctus, the solo violin in the Benedictus. More than once in the

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of works dispelled that thought immediately. The program is a highly engaging crowd pleaser which I’m sure was test-driven in live performances to ensure audience appeal. In the spirit of the youthfulness of the AHE, the three works are all from Haydn’s early maturity and were written by a young genius for young performers. The Cello Concerto for example was written for 21 year old Josef Weigl as were the cello solos in the symphony Le Matin. Haydn himself was barely 30. The Keyboard Concerto in D was published in 1784 when Haydn was just 20 years old. The joy of listening to this CD comes from many overlapping marvels that are your constant companions during whole experience. Firstly, the ‘glow’ in the sound

of the whole ensemble that comes from the impeccable intonation and unity of purpose and communication between the players. Then there is the virtuosity of the individual musicians in the AHE playing with precision but also clearly and joyfully, and who would certainly be earning plenty of gold ducats from Prince Anton Esterhazy if he were still with us to enjoy the performance. Dynamics too are used, skilfully, often, and with great effect, unlike so many ensembles who miss the opportunity to use the light and shade from dynamics to shape the music.

Andrea Bocelli is an Italian classical crossover tenor, recording artist, and singer-songwriter. Born with poor eyesight, he became permanently blind at the age of 12 following a football accident. Kristin Lewis was born in 1985 in Little Rock, Arkansas and is described as a lyrico-spinto soprano known for her Verdi repertoire. A lyrico-spinto soprano has the limpidity and easy high notes of a lyric soprano, yet can be “pushed” on to achieve dramatic climaxes without strain. She has performed in many famous opera houses around the world and is currently based in Vienna. And of course Zubin Mehta is the distinguished Indian conductor of Western classical music and Music Director for Life of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and the Main Conductor for Valencia’s opera

house. I must say that this Aida is an excellent performance of this most impressive of Verdi’s operas. The Orchestra e Coro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino is wonderfully controlled by Mehta as is the chorus work throughout. Bocelli/Radames is in excellent form as shown by his rendition of his Se Qual Guernier io fossil whilst Lewis/Aida is introduced to the action with her dramatic aria, Ritorna Vincitor, The women and men of the resounding chorus produce some invigorating marching music and are found to be totally dependable to produce some very effective dramatic musical moments. It’s quite clear that this recording has all the hallmarks of a very impressive work.

score Beethoven writes Mit andacht (with devotion) and this rapt, devotional nature has found an ideal interpreter in the late Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Though raised a Catholic, Beethoven’s faith had little to do with the conventional church; his object of worship was a Supreme Creator whose glory was reflected in music and nature; his reverence for this God was deeply felt, so the Missa is possibly one of his most personal compositions. He described it as his “greatest work” (mind you, that wording was directed at prospective publishers). Today we’re agreed that concert pitch is A440Hz but it was variable in Beethoven’s time; this recording uses A430 (not that this gives much relief to the sopranos’ high tessitura) and Concentus Musicus – known for authentic performance – use period instruments.

- Robert Small (presenter of Recent Releases at Fine Music)

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As the last recording in an auspicious career, Harnoncourt (who died in March this year) could not have chosen a better piece for his valedictory. - Michael Muir


CD Reviews Shostakovich Violin Concerto No 1, Glazunov Violin Concerto Nicola Benedetti, violin Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Kirill Karabits, conductor DECCA

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The struggles of Dimitri Shostakovich, both professionally and personally have been well documented over many years and no more so than the events surrounding the time of the composition of the Violin Concerto No 1 in A Minor originally his Op 77. When the work finally appeared from the drawer, bearing the new Op.99, its impact on the Soviet psyche was real and evident. To this end, it remains one of the most difficult of all works for violin and orchestra from both a technical and emotional standpoint. Nicola Benedetti has, in All You Need is Bach Cameron Carpenter SONY

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her latest release, provided a very unique and introspective account of this incredibly personal work of Shostakovich. Her translucent entry into the opening nocturne is both elegant and expressive without being overpowering. This movement, so aptly named, provides a dark and eerie insight into what might be interpreted as the calm before the storm of the satanic scherzo that follows. Initially she approaches the scherzo in a restrained manner leaving her room to expand and develop the first theme before the orchestra, skillfully led throughout by Kirill Karabits, launches into a demonic tutti which sets her up to launch into a thrilling and explosive end to the movement. Her best playing is left for the slow passacaglia which Shostakovich used to great effect throughout several of his works, namely the 4th movement of the 8th Symphony. The orchestra provides a repertoire which showcases Bach’s genius. Contrapunctus IX from The Art of Fugue is excellent, it captures the authentic art of organ playing in Bach’s works. One listen through of this work simply will not do it justice, it requires patience which will enable any listener to truly appreciate this work. Trio Sonata for Organ No. 3 in D Minor, BWV 527: III. Vivace is another exquisite work which has a great sense of flow. Carpenter’s

cohesive and underlying ground bass whilst Benedetti soars willfully above with some highly thoughtful and emotive playing. The integrated cadenza gives her the chance to wow us with her technical prowess before the runaway Burlesque finale rounds off a fresh, clean and thoroughly satisfying account of this masterpiece. The Glazunov Concerto, composed before World War 1 is a far more conservative concerto and Benedetti makes it her business to add depth and body to this generally neglected work. Highly recommended. - Frank Shostakovich recordings definitely carry a vibrant yet elegant energy, which is worth a listen even if Bach is not your usual cup of tea. In addition, the French Suite No. 5 in G Major, BWV 816 provides a stark contrast to the previous work, a lighter work in texture and atmosphere, and more exciting. Every detail has been carefully executed, no element has been overlooked or under expressed. - Leslie Khang

Music Scholarship 2018 SCEGGS offers a scholarship for an outstanding Music student to enter the school – either a half scholarship for enrolment commencing in Years 7, 8 or 9 or a full scholarship for enrolment commencing in Years 10 or 11. The scholarship is tenable for the relevant years of Secondary schooling, whether that be 6 years or less, provided that the scholarship winner continues to contribute positively to the School. Covering part or full tuition fees, it is intended to offer a musically talented student the opportunity to learn and develop their ability in a

musically rich and exciting educational environment. It is envisaged that applicants will have reached Grade 5 or higher in either an instrumental or voice program. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of audition and interview. Applications open in October 2016 and forms can be downloaded from our website www.sceggs.nsw.edu.au under Enrolments/Scholarships. For further information, please contact the Registrar’s Office on (02) 9332 1133 or email enrolments@sceggs.nsw.edu.au

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Jazz CD Reviews Not My Lover Chris Cody Wave15001

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The immediate standout feature of this newest recording from pianist/composer Chris Cody is his classical influences. Cody was a finalist in the Roger Woodward Piano Scholarships at age 14 and studied classical composition with Peter Sculthorpe. His original offerings on his latest recording are a free-ranging mix of fast-paced progressive jazz numbers combined with some lyrical ballads. Clem’s Key and the atmospheric Into The Gloaming are fine examples of both siting side by side tributes to Gallic musi-

Kansas City Suite: The Music of Benny Carter Count Basie and His Orchestra Roulette WPCR-16588

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cal icons Satie and Gainsbourg. These are the reworking of Gnossienne No.3 retitled For Satie and the iconic La Javanese both of which work incredibly well alongside the well-worn Cole Porter classic I love Paris in a trio format with James Wapels on drums and Brendan Clarke on bass. On other tracks there are some excellent tenor contributions from Karl Laskowski accompanying Cody’s polished composition and pianism. Mostly these are the reflections of the city of Paris in which he lived for more than 25 years and that has no doubt been a formative influence for his current musical output. On this album, modern contemporary improvised music doesn’t get much better or more enjoyable

than this and Cody proves that he is the master of form. - Barry O’Sullivan

This 1960 album is a gem! It’s Benny Carter’s masterpiece as an arranger and composer, a suite written especially for his friend Count Basie and his Orchestra (the fabled “New Testament” big band) which not only had power but an array of distinguished soloists including the trumpeters Joe Newman and Thad Jones, trombonists Al Grey and Benny Powell, and in the reeds, the two Franks, Wess on alto and flute and Foster, sharing the tenor solos with Billy Mitchell, and the great latter-day rhythm section anchored by Freddie Green’s guitar. This edition of the Basie band was all about teamwork. The writing is more Basie than Carter who demonstrates his grasp of the style of this great big band with music that is exciting and

authentic, recalling the band’s original roots in Kansas City, Missouri and also paying tribute to the city’s many jazz clubs when Basie played there in the 1930’s; there would be smooth riffs by the reeds then Basie and the soloists would take over; Rompin’ In Reno is a good example. As is Vine Street Rumble where, after the reeds, brass and have set the scene with a strong, rhythmic foundation, Basie and Mitchell solo strongly. (I think it is Mitchell, not Foster, as the liner notes are in Japanese). If you love big band jazz, as I do, especially from the 60’s, it doesn’t get any better than this by one of the greatest ensembles of the past 50 years. - Kevin Jones

2002-2003, I was determined to get a copy of especially as it was claimed she was the equal of Diana Krall and, in another life, I was the first jazz writer in Australia to draw attention to the Canadian-born singer’s ability before she became famous. I was unable to get a copy but now, more than decade later, I have at last had the pleasure of listening to the Chicago singer - and it was well worth the wait. As an interpreter of melodies of The Great American Songbook she is Krall’s equal, York’s smoky voice, caressingly warm and intimate, suits to perfection these timeless melodies as she stamps them with her own personality. That a singer of this quality has recorded only four albums in 15 years is a travesty! She should have four

times as many. This album is the proof. She is consummately backed by three of my favourite musicians: Warren Vache, the best thing to happen to the jazz cornet since Ruby Braff; pianist John diMartino, her co-arranger on the date; and, on three tracks, guitarist Russell Malone. The group is completed by bassist Martin Wind and drummer Greg Sergo. Malone’s guitar adds much to York’s sublime reading of Thanks For The Memory which vies with the achingly poignant How Long Has This Been Going On as the outstanding track. York has been singing since 1980 and her honeyed maturity has resulted in the perfect vocal album. - KJ


Saturday 1 October 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 New York Philharmonic Orchestra Prepared by Brian Drummond Wagner, R. Overture to Tannhäuser (1845). Sony SMK 64 108 14 Falla, M. de El sombrero de tres picos (1919). Jan DeGaetani, mezz. CBS MYK 44721 38 Pierre Boulez, cond (2 above) Beethoven, L. Romance for violin and orchestra no 1 in G, op 40 (1802). AnneSophie Mutter, vn; Kurt Masur, cond. DG 471 349-2 7 Bernstein, L. West side story: symphonic dances (1960). Leonard Bernstein, cond. CBS MYK 44773 21 New York PO (all above) 10:30 MUSIC FOR SMALL FORCES Fürstenau, A. Original compositions from op 35. Eckart Haupt, fl; Monika Rost, gui. edel 0059-2 12 Mendelssohn, F. Song without words, op 109 (1845). Emil Klein, vc; Cristian Beldi, pf. Arte Nova 74321 27788 2 5 Spohr, L. Fantasy and variations, op 81 (1814). Henk de Graaf, cl; Schubert Consort. Columns Classics 99168 7 Borodin, A. String quartet no 2 in D (1881). Royal Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble/ Jonathan Carney. Tring International TRP 017 28 11:30 ON PARADE Music that’s band Prepared by Owen Fisher Tchaikovsky, P. 1812 overture. Grimethorpe Colliery Band/Robert Childs. GRIM 2015 10 Anderson, L. China doll. Allentown Band/ Ronald Demkee. AMP 2E 119 3 Graham, P. Amazonia, from Windows of the world. Yorkshire Building Society Band/David King. Polyphonic QPRL 213D 2 Sousa, J.P. The chantyman’s march. Allentown Band/Ronald Demkee. AMP 20059 3 Jenkins, C. Cu chullain. Cory Band/Robert Childs. Doyen DOY 239 5

12:00 JAZZ SATURDAY @ STUDIO A with Leita Hutchings 13:00 OPUS 1 Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Berlioz, H. Overture: Waverley, op 1 (182728). San Diego SO/Yoav Talmi. Naxos 8.550999 11 Brahms, J. Sonata no 1 in C, op 1 (1852). Elisso Wirssaladze, pf. Live Classics LCL 341-2 28 Rachmaninov, S. Piano concerto no 1 in F sharp minor, op 1 (1891). Earl Wild, pf; Royal PO/Jascha Horenstein. Chandos CHAN 6605 24 Britten, B. Sinfonietta, op 1 (1932). West Jutland Chamber Ensemble BIS CD-31 14 Stravinsky, I. Symphony in E flat, op 1 (1907). Russian NO/Mikhail Pletnev. DG 453 434-2 35 15:00 OPERETTA IN THE AFTERNOON Prepared by Elaine Siversen Strauss, J. II The Gypsy Baron. Operetta in three acts. Libretto by Ignaz Schnitzer. First performed Vienna, 1885. SÁNDOR BARINKAY: Nikolai Gedda, ten CZIPRA: Gertrude Schuster, cont SAFFI: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, sop Philharmonia Ch & O/Otto Ackermann. LP HMV/WRC R 05388 1:40 Sándor Barinkay returns from exile to claim his estate and, as the new local squire, is elected king of the gypsies. He begins to dress as a gypsy baron. The fortune-telling Romany Queen, Czipra, tells him that his future wife will discover a hidden treasure. He falls in love with Czipra’s daughter, Saffi, who dreams of the treaure’s location. When Czipra reveals that Saffi is the daughter of the last Pasha of Hungary and the rightful owner of the treasure, Sándor says that he cannot marry someone so exalted. Men are being recruited for the army and Sándor marches away with them. After successful battles, they come back as heroes and are raised to the nobility. So Sándor and Saffi are able to marry. Graduation Ball (1840; arr. Dorati). Vienna PO/Willi Boskovsky. Decca 436 781-2 34 17:30 STAGING MUSIC with Angela Cockburn Large machinery

20:00 INFLUENCES AND CONNECTIONS Ludwig van Beethoven Prepared by Katy Rogers-Davies Neefe, C. Sechs leichte Stücke from Mozart’s opera, Die Zauberflöte (1793). Cullan Bryant, Dmitry Rachmanov, pf. Naxos 8.572519-20 15 Haydn, J. Symphony in C, Hob.I:37 (c1758). Cologne CO/Helmut Müller-Brühl. Naxos 8.557093 13 Ries, F. Sonata in C, op 9 no 2 (c1809). Susan Kagan, pf. Naxos 8.572204 19 Schumann, R. Fantasy in C, op 17 (183638). Stephanie McCallum, pf. ABC 476 3852 30 Mahler, G. Quartet in A minor (1876). Gidon Kremer, vn; Veronika Hagen, va; Clemens Hagen, vc; Oleg Maisenberg, pf. DG 477 8825 11 Beethoven, L. String quartet no 11 in F minor, op 95, Quartetto serioso (1810-11). Alban Berg Quartet. EMI 7 04413 2 1 20 22:00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME Prepared by Rex Burgess Berlioz, H. Overture: Waverley, op 1 (182728). Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit. Decca 452 480-2 10 Schubert, F. Moments musicaux, nos 1 to 6, D780 (1823-28). Alfred Brendel, pf. Decca 478 6968 28 Beethoven, L. To the distant beloved, op 98 (1816). Thomas Hampson, bar; Geoffrey Parsons, pf. EMI 5 75187 2 15 Mozart, W. Bassoon concerto in B flat, K191 (1774). Danny Bond, bn; Academy of Ancient Music/Christopher Hogwood. L’Oiseau-Lyre 417 622-2 16 Arensky, A. Piano trio no 1 in D minor, op 32 (1894). Australian Trio. ABC 476 123-1 32 Grieg, E. Two elegiac melodies, op 34 (1880). Bergen PO/Ole Kristian Ruud. BIS CD-1740/42 9

18:00 SOCIETY SPOT Folk Federation of NSW 19:00 THE MAGIC OF STAGE AND SCREEN Prepared by Annabelle Drumm

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Sunday 2 October 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC with Terry McMullen 9:00 MUSICA SACRA Prepared by Barrie Brockwell Bach, J.S. Sinfonia, from Cantata BWV169: Gott soll allein mein Herze haben (1726). Basel CO. Decca 4782733 8 Byrd, W. Ave verum corpus. Parsons Affayre/ Warren Trevelyan-Jones. Vox Foris MMPA002 4 Liszt, F. Air du Stabat mater, from Two transcriptions after Rossini (1847). Leslie Howard, pf. Hyperion CDS44554 6 Saint-Saëns, C. Ave verum in D, from Motets au Saint Sacrement (1857). Flemish Radio Choir; Bart Cypers, hn; François Saint-Yves, org. Glossa GCD 922210 5 Haydn, J. Excerpt from Mass in D minor, Hob.XXII:2 (1768). Tölz Youth Choir; Anner Bijlsma, vc; Anthony Woodrow, db; Bob van Asperen, org; Bruno Weil, cond. Sony SK 53 368 6 Brahms, J. How lovely is thy dwelling place, from A German requiem, op 45 (1865-68). Sebastien Lipman, hp; Sayo Lipman, hp. sebastien-lipman.com 4 Mozart, W. Ave verum Corpus, K618 (1791). Bryn Terfel, bass-bar; London Voices; London SO/Barry Wordsworth. DG 477 5563 3 Bach, J. Christian Magnificat (1760). Joanne Lunn, sop; Elena Biscuola, cont; Georg Poplutz, ten; Thomas E. Bauer, bass; Süddeutscher Kammerchor; Concerto Cologne/Gerhard Jenemann. Carus 83.347 11 10:00 THE CLASSICAL ERA Prepared by Barrie Brockwell Spohr, L. Overture to Faust, op 60 (1816). Berlin RSO/Christian Fröhlich. cpo 999 093-2 6 Schubert, F. Gretchen am Spinnrade, D118 (1814). Felicity Lott, sop; Graham Johnson, pf. IMP PCD 898 4 Baguer, C. Symphony no 12 in E flat (c1790). London Mozart Players/Matthias Bamert. Chandos CHAN 9456 15 16

Bortnyansky, D. Romance du beau Tirsis. Sergej Larin, ten; Eleonora Bekova, pf. Chandos CHAN 9794 5

Rameau, J-P. Overture to Pygmalion (1748). New Philharmonia O/Raymond Leppard. Philips 446 569-2 6

Vanhal, J. Cello concerto in C (c178085). István Várdai, vc; Camerata Schweiz/ Howard Griffiths. cpo 777 612-2 16

Paganini, N. Variations on The carnival of Venice (1829). Franco Mezzena, vn; Adriano Sebastiani, gui. Dynamic CDS 03 13

Haydn, J. String quartet in F, Hob.III:82 (1799). L’Archibudelli. Sony SK 62731 24

Liszt, F. Piano concerto no 1 in E flat (1849/53/56). Leslie Howard, pf; Budapest SO/Karl Anton Rickenbacher. Hyperion CDS44595 20

Dittersdorf, C. Alternative allegro for Double bass concerto no 2 in D (1767). Chi-Chi Nwanoku, db; Swedish CO/Paul Goodwin. Hyperion CDA67179 7 Mozart, W. Quintet in E flat, K452 (1784). George Pieterson, cl; Han de Vries, ob; Brian Pollard, bn; Vicente Zarzo, hn; Radu Lupu, pf. Decca 414 291-2 25 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 REMEMBERING A CELLIST Bernard Greenhouse 1916-2011 Prepared by Chris Blower Beethoven, L. Piano trio in G, op 1 no 2, mvt 1 (1792-95). Beaux Arts Trio. Philips 438 948-2 9 Schubert, F. String quintet in C, D956, mvt 1 (1828). Bernard Greenhouse, vc; Guaneri Quartet. Philips 432 108-2 20 Haydn, J. Keyboard trio in A flat, Hob.XV:14 (1790). Beaux Arts Trio. Philips 454 098-2 22 15:00 SUNDAY SPECIAL The zodiac: Composers born under the sign of Libra Prepared by Ron Walledge

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Verdi, G. Per me giunto, from Don Carlos (1867). Dmitri Hvorostovsky, bar; Rotterdam PO/Valery Gergiev. Philips 454 395-2 6 Saint-Saëns, C. Cello concerto no 1 in A minor, op 33 (1872). Jacqueline du Pré, vc; English CO/Daniel Barenboim. EMI CMS 7 63283 2 20 Vaughan Williams, R. Overture to The wasps (1909). English SO/William Boughton. Nimbus NI 5450/3 9 Shostakovich, D. Piano trio no 1 in C minor, op 8 (1923). Vienna Piano Trio. Nimbus NI 5572 13 Gershwin, G. Rhapsody in blue (1924). Julius Katchen, pf; London SO/István Kertész. Philips 456 859-2 16 17:00 HOSANNA Prepared by Stephen Matthews Hymn: All creatures of our God and King. RSCM Massed Choirs/Lionel Dakers. Decca B0006647-02 5 Hymn: Thou whose almighty word. Temple Church Choir/George Thalben-Ball. Warner Classics 50999 9 48306 2 0 2 Hymn: Dear Lord and Father of mankind. Choir of Wells Cathedral/Rupert Gough. Hyperion CDP 12104 4 Bach, J.S. Excerpt from St Luke Passion, BWV246. Alsfelder Vokalensemble & Barockorchester, Bremen. cpo 999293-2 7 Palestrina, G. da Tu es Petrus (pub 1572). Sistine Chapel Choir/Massimo Palombella. LibreriaEditrice Vaticana 9788820986124 4


Sunday 2 October Spanish Liturgical chants: from Salamanca Cathedral (c 1582); from Toledo Passionarium. Iberion Connection Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Sydney. 12 Haydn, J. Excerpt from The seven last words of Christ. Kammerchor Stuttgart; Wurttenbergisches Kammerorchester, Heilbronn/Frieder Bernius. Profil PH05050 13 Hymn: A mighty fortress is our God. Choir of King’s College, Cambridge/Stephen Cleobury. Warner 50999 9 48306 2 0 5 18:00 THE BRENDEL LEGACY Prepared by Meg Matthews Beethoven, L. Sonata no 29 in B flat, op 106, Hammerklavier (1817-19). Decca/Philips 478 9127 43 Schubert, F. Two last songs, from Winterreise, D911 (1828). Matthias Goerne, bar. Decca/Philips 4789122 7 Alfred Brendel, pf (2 above) 19:00 SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT Prepared by Stephen Matthews Mozart, W. Overture to Le nozze di Figaro, K492 (1787). Wind soloists of the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie, Bremen. Coviello COV 50712 11 Brahms, J. Serenade no 2 in A, op 16 (185859). Royal Concertgebouw O/Bernard Haitink. Decca 478 2365 29 Berlioz, H. Harold in Italy, op 16 (1834). James Ehnes, vn; Melbourne SO/Andrew Davis. Chandos CHSA 5155 42 20:30 NEW HORIZONS Prepared by Paul Cooke Greenwood, J. Suite from There will be blood (2012). Copenhagen PO/André de Ridder. DG 479 2388 21 Bingham, J. Byron, violent progress (2008). David Jones, pf. Toccata Classics TOCC 0181 20 Morris, C. Forest over sea (2013). Lisa-Maree Amos, fl; Peter Sheridan, fl; Carolyn Morris, pf. Move MD 3375 15 Abbott, K. Symphony no 1, Souls of fire. Kiev PO/Robert Ian Winstin. erm 6827 27 22:00 AFTER HOURS JAZZ with Kevin Jones

Monday 3 October 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: 1842 Prepared by Di Cox Berwald, F. Festival of the Bayadères (1842). Royal PO/Ulf Björlin. EMI CDM 5 65073 2 12 Chopin, F. Ballade no 4 in F minor, op 52 (1842). Roger Woodward, pf. Warner Music 450990318-2 12 Mendelssohn, F. Scherzo; Intermezzo; Nocturne; Wedding march, from A midsummer night’s dream, op 61 (1842). Slovak PO/Anthony Bramall. Naxos 8.554433 20 Verdi, G. Chorus of Hebrew slaves, from Nabucco (1842). Welsh National Opera Ch & O/Richard Armstrong. EMI 5 66115 2 5 Schumann, R. Quintet in E flat, op 44 (1842). Maria João Pires, pf; Augustin Dumay, vn; Renaud Capuçon, vn; Gérard Caussée, va; Jian Wang, vc. DG 463 179-2 30 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Paul Hopwood Berlioz, H. Overture: King Lear, op 4 (1831). Philharmonia O/Jean-Philippe Rouchon. ASV DCA 895 16 Haydn, J. Horn concerto in D, Hob. Vlld:3 (1762). Peter Damm, hn; Matthias Pfaender, vc; Manfred Pemutz, db; Matthias Eisenberg, hpd; Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach CO of Berlin State Opera/Hartmut Haenchen. Berlin Classics 0012882BC 19 Enescu, G. Symphony no 2 in A, op 17 (1912-14). Monte Carlo PO/Lawrence Foster. EMI CDC 7 54763 2 46 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

13:00 MOUNTAIN SCENES Prepared by Elaine Siversen d’Indy, V. Summer day in the mountains, op 61 (1905). French RPO/Marek Janowski. apex 0927 49809 2 30 Boyd, A. Cloudy mountain (1981). Jim Denley, fl; Satsuki Odamura, koto. Vox Australis VAST022-2 9 Daverne, G. Symphonic tone poem: The Southern Alps (1981). New Zealand SO/John Hopkins. RCA VPCD0841 14 14:00 TALE OF THREE CITIES Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Suppé, F. Overture to Morning, noon and night in Vienna (1844). Vienna PO/Zubin Mehta. CBS MK 44932 8 Offenbach, J. Gaîté parisienne (arr. Rosenthal 1938). Philharmonia O/Herbert von Karajan. EMI CDM 1 66418 2 28 Walton, W. In honour of the City of London (1937). Bach Choir; John Scott, org; Philharmonia O/David Willcocks. Chandos CHAN 8998 17 Sieczynski, R. Vienna, city of my dreams, from Heart’s desire. Richard Tauber, ten. Conifer TQ 122 3 Vaughan Williams, R. Symphony no 2, London (1913/20-23). Philharmonia O/Owain Arwel Hughes. ASV QS 6162 52 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

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04 Oct C3 Howard Shelley

Yo-Yo Ma. Image - Jason-Bell 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: Kathryn Stott Prepared by Paul Cooke Kabalevsky, D. Piano concerto no 4, Prague, op 99. BBC PO/Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHAN10384 12 Lloyd, G. The lily-leaf and the grasshopper (1972). Albany AR 004 11 Fauré, G. Sonata no 1 in A, op 13 (1875-76; transcr. Yo-Yo Ma). Yo-Yo Ma, vc. Sony SK 87287 25 Chabrier, E. Three romantic waltzes (188083). Elizabeth Burley, pf. Unicorn-Kanchana DKP 9158 14 Walton, W. Sinfonia concertante (1925-26). Royal PO/Vernon Handley. Conifer CDCF 175 18 Kathryn Stott, pf (all above) 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Angela Bell Strauss, R. Suite from Der Rosenkavalier (1911). Scottish NO/Neeme Jarvi. Chandos CHAN 8758 25 Mozart, W. Piano concerto no 19 in F, K459 (1784). Rudolf Serkin, pf; London SO/Claudio Abbado. Philips 456 964-2 28 Spohr, L. Symphony no 3 in C minor, op 78 (1828). Swiss Italian O/Howard Shelley. Hyperion CDA67788 30 18

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 13:00 AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Produced by Simon Moore Highlights and previews of the month’s concerts including interviews with the key players 14:00 MUSICAL ROUNDABOUT Austria Prepared by Francis Frank Ziehrer, C. Overture to Ball at the court (1911). Slovak State PO/Christian Pollack. Marco Polo 8.225332 9 Hoffmeister, F. Parthia no 3 in E flat. Consortium Classicum. cpo 777 133-2 14 Krenek, E. Concertino, op 27 (1924). KarlHeinz Schütz, fl; Christoph Konez, vn; Maria Prinz, pf; Academy of St Martin in the Fields/ Neville Marriner. Chandos CHAN 10791 22 Berg, A. String quartet, op 3 (1909-10). LaSalle Quartet. DG 479 1976 19 Hoffmeister, F. Flute concerto no 17 in D. Bruno Meier, fl; Prague CO. Naxos 8.573040 25 Wagenseil, G. Sonata no 1 in D (1764). Piccolo Concerto Wien/Roberto Sensi. Accent ACC 24242 17 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Andrew Dziedzic

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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 Ysaÿe, E. String quintet in B minor à mon frère Théophile (1894). Vlad Bogdanas, va; Kryptos Quartet. Klara KTC 4034 20 Leonard, H. Grand concert duo. Smithsonian Chamber Players. EMI CDC 7 49009 2 12 Vieuxtemps, H. Sonata in B flat, op 36 (pub. 1863). Roberto Diaz, va; Robert Koenig, pf. Naxos 8.555262 23 Hotteterre, J-M. Suite in G, op 2 no 2 (pub. 1708). Philippe Alain-Dupré, fl; Philippe Pielo, bass viol; Vincent Dumestre, theorbo; Yasuko Uyama-Bouvard, hpd. Naxos 8.553707 12 Lekeu, G. Quatuor inachevé. Kadinsky Quartet. Fnac 592194 14 Franck, C. Piano trio in B minor, op 1 no 3 (1839-42). Elvira Bekova, vn; Alfia Bekova, vc; Eleonora Bekova, pf. Chandos CHAN 9742 29


Wednesday 5 October 19:00 JAZZ STARS AND STRIPES with Peter Mitchell The stars of American jazz from bebop on, mainly small group low temperature jazz

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

20:00 AT THE OPERA Prepared by Angela Cockburn

9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Composers of the 18th century Prepared by Rex Burgess Couperin, F. Quatrième concert royal (1722). Musica Ad Rhenum. Brilliant Classics 94489 13 Clérambault, L-N. Cantata: Leander and Hero (1713). Julianne Baird, sop; Music’s Re-creation. Meridian CDE 84182 15 Dieupart, C. Suite no 3 in B minor (1701). Ruth Wilkinson, fl; Linda Kent, hpd. Move MD 3161 13 Mondonville, J-J. de Sonata en symphony no 4, op 3. Les Musiciens du Louvre Archiv 457 600-2 10 Boismortier, J. de Sonata in B minor/G minor, op 34 no 1 (1731). La Fontegara Amsterdam. Globe GLO 5033 8

Weber, C.M. Euryanthe. Opera in three acts. Libretto by Helmina von Chézy. First performed Vienna, 1823.

Marek Janowski. Image - Felix Broede 13:00 YOUNG VIRTUOSI 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 MAHLER EXPLORED Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans Mahler, G. Piano quartet movement (c187778). Domus. Virgin VC 7 90739-2 11

Lalande, M-R. de Te Deum (pub. 1687). Véronique Gens, sop; Sandrine Piau, sop; Arlette Steyer, sop; Jean-Paul Fouchécourt, ten; François Piolino, ten; Jérôme Corréas, bass; Les Arts Florissants/William Christie. Harmonia Mundi HMC 901351 20

Der Spielmann (1880-90). Joan Rodgers, sop; Linda Finnie, cont; Hans Peter Blochwitz, ten; Robert Hayward, bar; Bath Festival Ch; Waynflete Singers; Bournemouth SO/Richard Hickox. Chandos CHAN 9247 18

10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Anne Irish

Frülingsmorgen (1882). Judith Raskin, sop; George Schick, pf. Sony SBK 60269 2

Schubert, F. Overture to The magic harp, D644 (1820). Vienna PO/Riccardo Muti. EMI CDC 7 54873 2 11 Tchaikovsky, P. Piano concerto no 2 in G, op 44 (1880). Daniel Dodds, vn; Catherine Hewgill, vc; Garrick Ohlsson, pf; Sydney SO/ Vladimir Ashkenazy. Sydney Symphony SSO201301 47 Sibelius, J. Symphony no 7 in C, op 105 (1926). Vienna PO/Leonard Bernstein. DG 427 647-2 25 12:00 JAZZ SKETCHES with Robert Vale Jazz of many colours, some old, some new and all designed to inform and stimulate the senses

Quartet in A minor (1876). Gidon Kremer, vn; Veronika Hagen, va; Clemens Hagen, vc; Oleg Maisenberg, pf. DG 477 8825 11 Winterlied, from Lieder und Gesänge (188090). Teddy Tahu Rhodes, bass-bar; Sharolyn Kimmorley, pf. ABC 481 0484 5 Ging heut’ morgen über’s Feld, from Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen (1883-85). Katarina Karnéus, mezz; Gothenburg SO/Susanna Mälkki. BIS BIS-SACD-1600 4 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Tom Forrester-Paton

EURYANTHE: Jessye Norman, sop EGLANTINE: Rita Hunter, mezz COUNT LYSIART: Tom Krause, bar COUNT ADOLAR: Nicolai Gedda, ten Leipzig Radio Choir; Staatskapelle Dresden/ Marek Janowski. EMI 763509.2 3:24 Count Adolar’s dead sister Emma cannot rest until the ring that’s entombed with her is watered with the tears of a wronged maiden, a secret known only to Adolar and his beloved Euryanthe. Count Lysiart bets that he can win Euryanthe for himself. Adolar stakes his fortune on her fidelity, but insists Lysiart must show proof of any victory. Eglantine is secretly in love with Adolar. She wheedles Emma’s secret out of Euryanthe, steals the ring from the tomb and gives it to Lysiart, the proof he needs to win the bet. When Euryanthe arrives to join Adolar, Lysiart denounces her. Adolar believes him, gives up his possessions, and rushes into the forest, taking Euryanthe, intending to kill her and then himself. A serpent attacks. Euryanthe protects Adolar. He cannot bring himself to kill her after that and abandons her instead. The King of France rescues her. Eglantine is about to marry Lysiart. A disguised Adolar challenges his rival. The King, to punish Adolar, tells him Euryanthe is dead. Eglantine rejoices and reveals the whole plot. Lysiart kills her, and is arrested. Euryanthe and Adolar reunite. Adolar’s sister finds peace at last. Wagner, R. Trauersinfonie on motifs from Euryanthe by Weber (1844). Dresden PO/ Michel Plasson. EMI 5 56358 2 7 Weber, C.M. Overture to Oberon (1826). New Zealand SO/Antoni Witt. Naxos 8.570296 10

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Thursday 6 October 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 Bottesini, G. Concerto for double bass and piano no 2 in B minor. Joel Quarrington, db; Andrew Burashko, pf. Naxos 8.557042 14 Duda, J. Fantasia II for tuba and harp, op 29 no 2. Trio Euphony. Acousence ACO 11512 11 Mozart, L. Serenade in D (1762). Guy Touvron, tpt; Michel Becquet, tb; RIASSinfonietta/Emö Sebestyen. LP Schwann Musica Mundi MS 2005 F 47 Eakin, C. Capriccio for harp and piano pizzicato. Alice Giles, hp; Arnan Wiesel, pf. Schwann 3-1765-2 10

Delibes, L. The flower duet (1883; arr. Salesses, Toussaint). Richard Clayderman, pf. Decca 3724563 4 Bach, J.S. Toccata and fugue in D minor, BWV538 (bef. 1732). Harold Fabrikant, org. Academy BFS 96002 12 Bach, J.S. Suite no 1 in G, BWV1007 (c1720). Michael Goldschager, vc. ABC 476 4625 19 Chopin, F. Ballade no 1 in G minor, op 23 (1831-35). Artur Rubinstein, pf. RCA RD 89651 9 14:00 FINNISH FLING Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Rautavaara, E. Canción de nuestro tiempo (1993). Schola Cantorum of Oxford/James Burton. Hyperion CDA67787 15

Part 2: Bach in Leipzig Bach, J.S. Overture no 2 in B minor, BWV1067 (1738-39). Geoffrey Collins, fl; Australian CO/Nicholas Kraemer. 2MBS Tape Archive 18 21:30 FOR SMALLER FORCES Prepared by Rex Burgess Galuppi, B. Sonata in D minor. Matteo Napoli, pf. Naxos 8.572490 7 Schobert, J. Quartet in E flat, op 14 no 1 (pub. 1761-67). Chiara Banchini, vn; Véronique Méjean, vn; Philipp Bosbach, vc; Luciano Sgrizzi, fp. Harmonia Mundi HMC 901294 10 Rubinstein, A. Nocturne, op 11 no 2 (1854). Nobuko Imai, va; Roland Pöntinen, pf. BIS CD-358 7 22:00 DIFFERING PATHS OF THE 20TH CENTURY Hungary Prepared by Calogero Panvino

10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans

Kokkonen, J. Music for string orchestra (1957). Lahti SO/Ulf Söderblom. BIS CD-485 28

Dukas, P. Ballet: La péri (1912). New York PO/Pierre Boulez. Sony SMK 68 333 19

Sibelius, J. Karelia suite, op 11 (1893). New Zealand SO/Pietari Inkinen. Naxos 8.572704 18

Burgmüller, N. Piano concerto in F sharp minor, op 1 (1828-29). Leonard Hokanson, pf; Wuppertal SO/Gernot Schmalfuss. MDG 335 0817-2 33

Englund, E The white reindeer (1952). Lahti SO/Osmo Vänskä. BIS CD-575 13

Dance no 1 in Bulgarian rhythm, from Microcosmos (1932-39). Tamas Vesmas, pf. MANU 1443 2

Sibelius, J. Symphony no 5 in E flat, op 82 (1915/19). Gothenburg SO/Neeme Järvi. BIS CD-222 34

Ligeti, G. The sorcerer’s apprentice, from Etudes, bk 2 (1988-94). Clemens Leske, pf. Fine Music Tape Archive 3

16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Debbie Scholem

String quartet no 1, Métamorphoses nocturnes (1953-54). Hagen Quartet. DG 474 327-2 20

19:00 THE NEW JAZZ STANDARD with Frank Presley

Ten pieces for wind quintet (1968). Stockholm Philharmonic Wind Quintet. EMI 7638672 15

Mozart, W. Six German dances, K567 (1788). Vienna Mozart Ensemble/Willi Boskovsky. Decca 436 784-2 10 Coates, E. The three Elizabeths (1940-44). London Pops O/Frederick Fennell. Mercury 478 5092 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 13:00 CLASSICAL IN CINEMA Prepared by James Boyd-Hoare Mozart, W. Lacrimosa, from Mass no 19 in D minor, K626, Requiem (1791). Sydney Philharmonia Symphonic Choir; Sydney Philharmonia O/Antony Walker. ABC 465 684-2 3 20

Williams, J. Theme from Schindler’s List. City of Prague PO/Paul Bateman. ABC 534 3879 4

20:00 LIVE AND LOCAL Part 1: Sydney Chamber Choir Recorded by Laurel Merritt for FINE MUSIC Handel, G. Dixit Dominus (1707). 31 Bach, J.S. Magnificat, BWV243 (172332). 32 Jane Edwards, sop; Penelope Sharpe, sop; Tobias Cole, alto; David Hamilton, ten; Michael Hissey, bass; Sydney Chamber Choir/Hans-Dieter Michatz (2 above)

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Bartók, B. The miraculous Mandarin, op 19 (1919-26). Melbourne SO/Hiroyuki Iwaki. Virgin VC 7 91106-2 30 String quartet no 4 (1928). Vermeer Quartet. Naxos 8.557543-44 23

Lontano (1967). Benjamin Schmid, vn; Finnish RSO/Hannu Lintu. Ondine ODE 1213-2 16


Friday 7 October Handel, G. Streams of pleasure ever flowing, from Theodora, HWV68 (1750). Karina Gauvin, sop; Marie-Nicole Lemieux, cont; Il Complesso Barocco/Alan Curtis. naïve V 5307 6 Bach, C.P.E. Flute concerto in A minor, Wq166 (1750). Patrick Gallois, fl; Toronto Camerata/Kevin Mallon. Naxos 8.555715/6 23

Barry Wordsworth 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 Ysaÿe, E. String trio, op posth, Le chimay (1927). Henning Kraggerud, vn; Lars Anders Tomter, va; Ole-Eirik Ree, vc. Naxos 8.570977 18 Abel, C. Sonata in G. Bengt Ericson, va da gamba; Rolf LaFleur, lute. BIS CD-22 8 Weiss, S. Guitar concerto. Slava Grigoryan, gui; Melbourne Mandolin O/Fred Witt. Move MD3159 8 Thomas, J. Cambria (1863). Lipman Harp Duo. Naxos 8.570372 10 Tsygankov, A. Mar Diandia. Tanya Jephtha, domra; Sydney Balalaika O/Victor Serghie. Sydney Balalaika Orch 2014 3 Wieniawski, H. Les arpèges, from Six polyphonic studies for solo violin, op 10 (1854). Ruggiero Ricci, vn. Dynamic CDS 28 5 Brahms, J. String quintet no 1 in F, op 88 (1882). Norbert Brainin, vn; Siegmund Nissel, vn; Peter Schidlof, va; Cecil Aronowitz, va; Martin Lovett, vc. DG 419 875-2 25 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Emyr Evans Bax, A. Overture, elegy and rondo (1927).

Kevin Mallon Slovak PO/Barry Wordsworth. Marco Polo 8.223102 24 Vaughan Williams, R. Eventide (1936). London SO/Bryden Thomson. Chandos CHAN 8828 3 Balakirev, M. Piano concerto no 2 in E flat, op posth (1862/1906; compl. Lyapunov). Malcolm Binns, pf; English Northern Philharmonia/David Lloyd-Jones. Hyperion CDA66640 32 Barber, S. Symphony no 1, op 9 (1935-36). Detroit SO/Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHAN 8958 22 12:00 A JAZZ HOUR with Barry O’Sullivan 13:00 PATRICK THOMAS PRESENTS Australia on parade Hyde, M. Overture: Happy occasion (1957). West Australian SO/Richard Mills. 4 Hanmer, R. Blue Hills rhapsody (1956). Queensland SO/Ronald Hanmer. 13 Hurst, M. Swagman’s promenade (1965). West Australian SO/David Measham. 6 Dreyfus, G. Theme from Rush (1974). Melbourne SO/George Dreyfus. 2 ABC 442 374-2 (all above) 13:30 MUSIC FROM AROUND 1750 Prepared by Jack Williams

Stamitz, J. Sinfonia a quattro in A (bef. 1750). New Dutch Academy CO/Simon Murphy. PentaTone PTC 5186 028 12 Hayes, W. The passions (c1750). Emma Kirkby, sop; Cantillation; O of the Antipodes/ Antony Walker. ABC 476 525-5 13 15:00 SAINT-SAENS AND THE CONCERTO Part 1 Prepared by Chris Blower Offenbach, J. Ballet: Orphée aux enfers (1858). Philharmonia O/Antonio de Almeida. Philips 422 057-2 18 Bizet, G. Three musical sketches (1858). Setrak, pf. Harmonia Mundi HMA 1905223.24 10 Saint-Saëns, C. Piano concerto no 1 in D, op 17 (1858). 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 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 Donizetti, G. Cor anglais concerto in G. Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto/Diego Dini Ciaccim. cpo 777 715-2 11

Mozart, L. Sinfonia in F (1750). New Zealand CO/Donald Armstrong. Naxos 8.553347 12

Schubert, F. Four songs for male voices; Sehnsucht; Mondenschein. Hilliard Ensemble/Paul Hillier. EMI CDC 7 54017 2 18

Arne, T. Keyboard concerto no 1 in C, from Six favourite concertos (1750s-70s; arr.). Paul Nicholson, hpd. Amon Ra SAR 42 14

Rimsky-Korsakov, N. Legend of the invisible city of Kitezh: Symphonic suite (1905). Moscow SO/Igor Golovchin. Naxos 8.553513 23 October 2016

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Friday 7 October Schubert, F. 12 waltzes, D145 (1815-21). Vladimir Ashkenazy, pf. Decca 443 579-2 11

0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT

Brahms, J. String quintet no 2 in G, op 111 (1890). Ensemble Tiramisu. Divox CDX-29608 28

9:00 WHAT’S ON IN MUSIC Our weekly guide to musical events in and around Sydney

Carulli, F. Nocturne in G, op 127. Leopoldo Saracino, gui; Massimo Palumbo, fp. Nuova Era 7167 19

9:05 ORCHESTRAS AROUND THE WORLD Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend

22:00 BAROQUE AND BEFORE Prepared by Susan Bell

Strauss, J. II Overture to Die Fledermaus (1874). Zubin Mehta, cond. Decca 475 7470 8

Dufay, G. Vasilissa ergo gaude, from O gemma lux (c1434). Huelgas-Ensemble/Paul van Nevel. Harmonia Mundi HMG 501700 3 Tallis, T. Spem in alium. Choir of Kings College, Cambridge/Stephen Cleobury. Decca 478 5637 9 Biber, H. Sonatas IX, from 15 sonatas based on the mysteries of the rosary (c1676). Reinhard Goebel, vn; Phoebe Carrai, vc; Konrad Junghänel, lute; Andreas Spering, hpd. Archiv 479 1957 6

6:00 SATURDAY MORNING MUSIC with David Garrett

Wagner, R. Prelude to act I of Tristan and Isolde (1857-59). Erich Leinsdorf, cond. Sheffield 10052-2-G 11 Pärt, A. Fragments from Kanon pokajanen (1997). Esa-Pekka Salonen, cond. ECM 476 3957 15 Ravel, M. Suite no 2 from Daphnis et Chloé (1909-12). Zubin Mehta, cond. Decca 475 7470 16 Stravinsky, I. Suite no 1 from The firebird (1911). Erich Leinsdorf, cond. Sheffield 10052-2-G 29

Bach, J.S. Schübler chorales, BWV645/650 (1724-24). John O’Donnell, org, Tall Poppies TP140 18

Los Angeles PO (all above)

Schmelzer, J. Aria per il balletto a cavallo. John Foster, tpt; Matthew Manchester, tpt; Stan Kornel, vn; Australian Baroque Brass; Sydney Consort. Tubicium Records TR61903 6

Chaminade, C. Trio no 1 in G minor, op 11 (1881). Tzigane Piano Trio. ASV DCA 965 22

Telemann, G. Recorder concerto in F. Dan Laurin, rec; Arte dei Suonatori. BIS BIS-CD-1185 13

10:30 SMALL FORCES Prepared by Paul Hopwood

Korngold, E. String quartet no 1 in A, op 16 (1945). Chilingirian Quartet RCA GD 87889 32 11:30 ON PARADE Prepared by Robert Small

Allegri, G. Psalm 50 (51): Miserere mei Deus. Julius Foo, treb; Peter Hicks, treb; Thomas Mullock, treb; Leo Tomita, ct; Tristan Hambleton, bass; Basil McDonald, bass; Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge/ Andrew Nethsingha. Chandos CHSA 5085 14

Puts, K. Network (1997; transcr. Kelly 2013). Scott A. Jones, cond. 7

Bononcini, G. Sonata in A minor (pub. 1748). Bruno Cocset, vc; Il Seminario Musicale. Virgin VC 5 45000 2 9

Ohio State University Wind SO (all above) Naxos 8.573446

Visée, R. de Suite in C minor. Jacob van de Geest, theorbo. LP Astrée AS 38 14 Speer, D. Four sonatas (1685-88). Bengt Eklund’s Baroque Ensemble/Edward H. Tarr. BIS CD 217 13 22

Saturday 8 October

Britten, B. The sword in the stone (1939). 10 Mahler, G. Um Mitternacht, from RückertLieder (1901). Katherine Rohrer, sop. 7 Russel C. Mikkelson, cond (2 above)

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

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14:00 THREE Bs HOUR Prepared by Maureen Meers Bottesini, G. Overture to Ali Baba (1871). London SO/Franco Petracchi. Naxos 8.570398 5 Balakirev, M. Tamara, a symphonic poem (1882). USSR SO/Yevgeny Svetlanov. Melodiya MEL 1001877 21 Busoni, F. Indianische fantasie, op 44 (191314). Nelson Goerner, pf; BBC PO/Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHAN 10302 23 15:00 ISRAEL IN EGYPT Original version Prepared by Elaine Siversen Handel, G. Oratorio: Israel in Egypt, HWV54 (1739). Anita Kyle, sop; Emma Moore, sop; Anne Dowsley, cont; Richard Butler, ten; David Hidden, bass; Simon Lobelson, bass; Sydney University Graduate Choir & O/ Christopher Bowen. 1:59 Organ concerto no 1 in B flat, HWV306 (1740). Simon Preston, org; English Concert/ Trevor Pinnock. Archiv 479 1932 19 17:30 ARTS IN FOCUS with the Sydney Youth Orchestra Produced by Simon Moore 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 Gershwin, G. Excerpts from the film An American in Paris (1951). Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, George Guetary, voices; MGM Studio O/Johnny Green. Watertower Music WTM39551 33 Excerpts from the stage play, An American in Paris (2015). Max von Essen, Brandon Uranowitz, voices; Greg Anthony Rassen, pf; O/Tod Ellison. Masterworks 88875 09114 2 16 20:00 INFLUENCES AND CONNECTIONS Leos Janàcek Prepared by Rex Burgess Smetana, B. Overture and dances from The bartered bride (1866). London SO/Geoffrey Simon. LP Chandos ABRD 1149 24


Saturday 8 October Janácek, L. Fairy tale (1910). Mats Rondin, vc; Roland Pöntinen, pf. BIS CD-663-4 12 Dvorák, A. Slavonic rhapsody in D, op 45 no 1 (1878). Janácek PO/Dennis Burkh. Centaur CRC 2121 12

Sunday 9 October 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT

13:00 WORLD MUSIC: Whirled Wide

6:00 SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC with Robert Small

14:00 ENGLISH COMPOSITIONS Early 20th century Prepared by Frank Morrison

9:00 MUSICA SACRA Prepared by Francis Frank

Janácek, L. String quartet no 1, Kreutzer sonata (1923). Vlach Quartet Prague Naxos 8.553895 19

Byrd, W. Mass for four voices (1592-93). Tallis Scholars/Peter Phillips. Gimell GIM 343/4 22

Rhapsody for orchestra: Taras Bulba (191518). Royal Concertgebouw O/Mark Elder. Radio Nederland RCO12004 23

Bach, J.S. Die Elenden sollen essen, from Cantata, BWV75 (1723). Gillian Keith, sop; Wilke te Brummelstroete, cont; Paul Agnew, ten; Dietrich Henschel, bass; Monteverdi Choir; English Baroque Soloists/John Eliot Gardiner. Soli Deo Gloria SDG 101 29

Tchaikovsky, P. Fantasy overture: Romeo and Juliet (1869/79/80). London SO/Antal Dorati. Mercury 478 5092 19 22:00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME Composed with love Prepared by Elaine Siversen Mozart, W. Mass in C minor, K427: Quoniam tu solus sanctus, from Gloria; Et incarnatus est, from Credo (1782-83). Bernadette Fisher, sop; Renae Martin, mezz; Robert Boyd, ten; Amy Johansen, org; Sydney University Graduate O/Christopher Bowen. SUGC concert recording 11 Spohr, L. Sonata concertante in D, op 115 (1811). Sophie Langdon, vn; Hugh Webb, hp. Naxos 8.555364 22 Schubert, F. Salve Regina, D676 (1819). Elke Hook, sop; Sydney University Graduate O/Christopher Bowen. SUGC concert recording 10 Schumann, R. Impromptu on a theme by Clara Wieck, op 5 (1833). Veronica Jochum, pf. Pro Arte CDD 396 18 Dedication, op 25 no 1; You are like a flower, op 25 no 24, from Myrthen (1840). Bryn Terfel, bass-bar; Malcolm Martineau, pf. DG 447 042-2 4 Schumann, C. Variations on a theme of Robert Schumann, op 20 (1853). Yoshiko Iwai, pf. Naxos 8.553501 11 Beethoven, L. To the distant beloved, op 98 (1816). Thomas Hampson, bar; Geoffrey Parsons, pf. EMI 5 75187 2 15 Wagner, R. Siegfried idyll (1870). Vienna PO/ Karl Böhm. DG 478 5188 19

10:00 THE CLASSICAL ERA Prepared by Di Cox Cherubini, L. Overture to The crescendo (1810). Tuscan O/Donato Renzetti. Europa 350-221 12 Boccherini, L. Cello concerto no 3 in D (c1770). Limoges Baroque Ensemble; Christophe Coin, vc & dir. Astrée E 8517 16 Carulli, F. Fantasy in G on themes from Bellini’s Il pirata, op 337. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fl; Alexandre Lagoya, gui. CBS MK 42130 11 Clementi, M. Sonata in C, op 6 no 1 (1779). Genevieve Chinn, Allen Brings, pf. Centaur CRC 2046 16 Giuliani, M. Abschied, op 89 nos 1 and 3 (pub. c1817). Christina Högman, sop; Jakob Lindberg, gui. BIS CD-293 7 Donizetti, G. Sinfonia in D minor (c1820). Failoni CO/Géza Oberfrank. Marco Polo 8.223577 23 Salieri, A. Triple concerto in D (c1770). Heinz Holliger, ob; Thomas Demenga, vc; Camerata Bern/Thomas Füri, vn & dir. Archiv 410 599-2 25 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

Bantock, G. Sapphic poem (1906). Julian Lloyd Webber, vc; Royal PO/Vernon Handley. Hyperion CDA66899 15 Butterworth, G. Love blows as the wind blows, op 59 (1912). Robert Tear, ten; City of Birmingham SO/Vernon Handley. EMI 7 64731 2 10 Delius, F. String quartet, op 83 (1916). Brodsky String Quartet. ASV DCA 526 28 15:00 SUNDAY SPECIAL Master key: A minor Prepared by James Nightingale Grieg, E. Piano concerto in A minor, op 16 (1868). Leif Ove Andsnes, pf; Bergen PO/ Dmitri Kitaienko. Virgin 7 59613 2 30 Telemann, G. Fantasia in A minor no 2 for solo flute. Melissa Farrow, fl. Melissa Farrow MTF 001 6 Brahms, J. Trio in A minor for clarinet, cello and piano, op 114 (1891). Ensemble Liaison. Tall Poppies TP217 25 Bach, J.S. Partita in A minor, BWV827 (1731). Vladimir Ashkenazy, pf. Decca 478 2163 17 Sibelius, J. Symphony no 4 in A minor, op 63 (1910-11). Vienna PO/Lorin Maazel. Decca 478 8541 33 17:00 HOSANNA Prepared by Meg Matthews Hymns: Praise to the Lord; Glorious things of thee are spoken; My song is love unknown. Choir of Wellington Cathedral, New Zealand; Max Kenworthy, org; Andrew Cantrill, cond. 8 Handel, G. Excerpts from Israel in Egypt, HWV54. Monteverdi Choir; English Baroque Soloists/John Eliot Gardiner. Erato 2292-45399-2 11 Bach, J.S. Kyrie II, from Mass in B minor. 4 Koehne, G. Lacrimosa, from Mass for the middle-aged (1999). 4 Adelaide Chamber Singers/Carl Crossin (2 above) October 2016

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Sunday 9 October Mendelssohn, F. Cantata: Lobgesang. Michaela Kramer, sop; Bernhard Husgen, bar; Dortmund University Chamber Choir; Florilegium Musicum/Willi Gundlach. 15 Prelude in G. Martin Rost, org. 5 CTH 2346 (2 above) 18:00 THE BRENDEL LEGACY Prepared by Meg Matthews Bach, J.S. Nun komm der heiden Heiland, BWV659 (1708-17; arr. Busoni). Decca/Philips 478 9128 5 Mussorgsky, M. Pictures at an exhibition (1874). Decca/Philips 478 9101 42 Alfred Brendel, pf (2 above) 19:00 SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT Prepared by Frank Morrison Bizet, G. Suite no 1 from L’arlésienne (1872). Ulster Orchestra/Yan Pascal Tortelier. Chandos CHAN 6600 16 Monn, M. Violin concerto in B flat (1747). Camerata Bern/Thomas Füri, vn & dir. Archiv 410 599-2 15 Lyapunov, S. Symphony no 2 in B flat minor, op 66 (1917). USSR SO/Yevgeny Svetlanov. Melodiya 10-00173 50 20:30 NEW HORIZONS Prepared by James Nightingale Worthington, R. Shredding glass (2002). Czech PO/Robert Ian Winstin. erm 6827 10 Whale, M. Errata. Zubin Kanga, pf. Move MD 3391 5 Birtwistle, H. Trio (2010). Lisa Batiashvili, vn; Adrian Brendel, vc; Till Fellner, pf. ECM New Series 2253 16 Zorn, J. Frammenti del Sappho (2004). Martha Cluver, sop; Abigail Fischer, mezz; Kirsten Sollek, cont; Lisa Bielawa, voice; Martha Sullivan, voice; Brad Lubman, cond. Tzadik TZ 8018 13 Saariaho, K. Je sens un deuxième coeur (2003). Gloria Cheng, pf; members of Calder Quartet. Harmonia Mundi HMU 907578 17 Neal, K. Particle zoo II (2010-13). Joy Lee, pf; Arcko Symphonic Ensemble/Timothy Phillips. Crackbell Records 18 22:00 AFTER HOURS JAZZ with Kevin Jones 24

Monday 10 October 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Robert Small 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC A year in retrospect: 1729 Prepared by Francis Frank Baston, J. Recorder concerto no 2 in D (pub. 1729). Michala Petri, rec; Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Kenneth Sillito. LP Philips 6514 310 6 Handel, G. Scherza in mar, from Lotario, HWV26 (1729). Emma Kirkby, sop; Brandenburg Consort/Roy Goodman. Hyperion CDA67128 11 Zelenka, J. Capriccio no 5 in G (1729). Camerata Bern. Archiv 469 842-2 18 Vivaldi, A. Violin concerto in E minor, RV277, The favourite (pub. 1729). Giuliano Carmignola, vn; Sonatori de la Goiosa Marca. Divox CDX 79406 13 Boismortier, J. de Sonata in E minor, op 26 no 4 (pub. 1729). Kim Walker, bn; Clena Stein, db; Darryl Nixon, hpd. Gallo 367 7 Bach, J.S. Triple concerto in A minor, BWV1044 (bef. 1729). Emmanuel Pahud, fl; Marco Rizzi, vn; Christiane Jacottett, hpd; Brescia and Bergamo Festival CO/Agostino Orizio. Fonè 90F 18-1 21 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Derek Parker Grétry, A-E-M. Overture to Le Magnifique (1773). English CO/Richard Bonynge. Decca 440 844-2 11 Franck, C. Symphonic variations (1885). François-Joël Thiollier, pf; Arnhem PO/ Roberto Benzi. Naxos 8.553472 15 Tchaikovsky, P. Manfred symphony, op 58 (1885). Vienna PO/Lorin Maazel. Decca 480 6617 55 12:00 SWING SESSIONS with John Buchanan 13:00 THE LARK ASCENDING Prepared by Marilyn Schock Vaughan Williams, R. Norfolk rhapsody no 1 in E minor (1905-06). Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner. Decca 442 8341 11

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Serenade to music (1939). Pearl Berridge, sop; Elaine Blighton, sop; Janet Delpratt, sop; Marilyn Richardson, sop; Lauris Elms, mezz; Ruth Gurner, mezz; Helen McKinnon, mezz; Suzanne McLeod, mezz; Ronald Dowd, ten; Gerald English, ten; Raymond McDonald, ten; David Parker, ten; Lyall Bevan, bass; Robert Dawe, bass; Graham McIntosh, bass; Donald Shanks, bass; Sydney SO/Patrick Thomas. ABC 476 4565 12 Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis (1910). Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner. Decca 442 8341 14 The lark ascending (1914/20). Michael Dauth, vn; Sydney SO/Mark Wigglesworth. Melba MR301131 15 14:00 A TALE OF FOUR CITIES Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Glinka, M. Spanish overture no 2: Memory of a summer night in Madrid (1851). Armenian PO/Loris Tjeknavorian. ASV DCA 1075 10 Respighi, O. The pines of Rome (1924). West Australian SO/Jorge Mester. ABC 442 348-2 23 Kabalevsky, D. Piano concerto no 4, op 99, Prague. Kathryn Stott, pf; BBC PO/Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHAN10384 12 Pärt, A. Berliner Messe (1990-92). Estonia Philharmonic Chamber Choir; Tallinn CO/ Tönu Kaljuste. ECM ECM 1505 25 Mozart, W. Symphony no 38 in D, K504, Prague (1787). Royal Concertgebouw O/ Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Teldec 9031-77596-2 38 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


Tuesday 11 October 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Elaine Siversen Nielsen, C. Suite from Maskarade (1904-06). Danish NSO/Thomas Dausgaard. Dacapo 8.206002 10 Ponce, M. Concerto of the South (1929). Alfonso Moreno, gui; Royal PO/Enrique Bátiz. ASV DCA 871 25 Tchaikovsky, P. Symphony no 5 in E minor, op 64 (1888). Russian NO/Mikhail Pletnev. DG 479 1429 47 Mikhail Pletnev 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: Vladimir Ashkenazy Prepared by Anne Irish Chopin, F. Introduction and varations in E on a German national air, Der Schweizerbub, op posth (1826); Variations in A, op posth, Souvenir de Paganini (1829). DG 477 8445 11

12:00 JAZZ RHYTHM with Jeannie McInnes 13:00 LEGENDARY TENORS Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend 14:00 CLASSICAL JUKEBOX Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Gershwin, G. A symphonic portrait of Porgy and Bess (1935/43; arr. Bennett). Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit. Decca 425 111-2 24 Rossini, G. Ballet music from William Tell (1829). New Philharmonia O/Charles Mackerras. EMI CDM 1 66417-2 9 Tchaikovsky, P. Serenade in C for strings, op 48 (1880). London PO/Vladimir Jurowski. LPO LPO-2009AUS 32

Ravel, M. La valse (1921). Vovka Ashkenazy, pf. Decca 478 1090 11

Duparc, H. La vie antérieure (1884). Rosamund Illing, sop; David McSkimming, pf. Chandos CHAN 9427 5

Vladimir Ashkenazy, pf (2 above)

Duparc, H. Chanson triste (1868/1902). Yvonne Kenny, sop; Malcolm Martineau, pf. Walsingham Classics WAL 8022-2 3

Elgar, E. Pomp and circumstance march in D, op 39 no 1 (1901). Sydney SO/Vladimir Ashkenazy. Exton EXCL-00030 6 Rachmaninov, S. Waltz (1890); Romance (1894). Dódy Ashkenazy, pf; Vovka Ashkenazy, pf. Decca 470 291-2 5 Schumann, R. Abegg variations, op 1 (1830). Decca 443 322-2 8 Vladimir Ashkenazy, pf (2 above) Beethoven, L. Piano concerto no 3 in C minor, op 37 (c1800). Royal PO/Vladimir Ashkenazy, pf & dir. RPO 8021 37

Verdi, G. Grand march and ballet music from Aïda (1871). Bologna Comunale TO/Riccardo Chailly. Decca 425 108-2 6 Mahler, G. Farewell, from The song of earth (1908-09). Waltraud Meier, mezz; Siegfried Jerusalem, ten; Chicago SO/Daniel Barenboim. Apex 2564 67540-0 30 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

Vladimir Ashkenazy 19:00 THE JAZZ BEAT with Lloyd Capps 20:00 RECENT RELEASES with David Ogilvie 22:00 CHAMBER SOIRÉE Prepared by Paul Cooke Finger, G. Suite in D. Mark Caudle, bass viol; Susanna Pell, bass viol; Elizabeth Kenny, theorbo; Peter Holman, chamber org. Hyperion CDA67088 14 Mozart, W. Quintet in E flat, K407 (1782). Barry Tuckwell, hn; Kenneth Sillito, vn; Kenneth Essex, va; Ian Jewel, va; Kenneth Harvey, vc. Decca 421 393-2 19 Hummel, J. Grand rondeau brillant In G, op 126 (1834). Lisa Daoust, fl; Carmen Picard, pf. Naxos 8.553473 16 Zemlinsky, A. String quartet no 1 in A, op 4 (1896). LaSalle Quartet. DG 479 1976 27 Rachmaninov, S. Cello sonata in G minor, op 19 (1901). Pei-Sian Ng, vc; David Tong, pf. Melba MR 301113 34

MUSIC TRIVIA with Michael Morton-Evans 1. Which 19th century Russian composer began his career as a Professor of Chemistry? Answers on page 46. October 2016

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Wednesday 12 October 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE

GUINEVERE: Teresa Zylis-Gara, sop ARTHUR: Gino Quilico, bar LANCELOT: Gösta Winbergh, ten MORDRED: René Massis, bar MERLIN:Gilles Cachemaille Choirs of Radio France; New Philharmonia O/ Armin Jordan. Erato 2292-45407-2 2:43

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 Richard Verco Beethoven, L. Sonata no 1 in F minor, op 2 no 1 (1793-95). Paavali Jumppanen, pf. Ondine ODE 1248-2D 22 Stamitz, C. Viola concerto in D, op 1 (pub. 1774). Tabea Zimmermann, va; European Union CO/Dmitri Demetriades. Helios CDH55035 21 Mozart, W. Va’, dal furor portata, K21 (1765). Rolando Villazón, ten; London SO/Antonio Pappano. DG 479 2463 6 Grétry, A-E-M. Flute concerto in C. Marc Grauwels, fl; European Union CO/Dmitri Demetriades. Helios CDH55035 15 Bach, W.F. Harpsichord concerto in A minor (1733). Richard Egarr, hpd; London Baroque/ Charles Medlam. Harmonia Mundi HMC 901558 15 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Gerald Holder Rimsky-Korsakov, N. Overture to The Tsar’s bride (1899). Russian NO/Mikhail Pletnev. Newt On 8802037 6 Mozart, W. Piano concerto no 22 in E flat, K482 (1785). English CO/Murray Perahia, pf & dir. Sony SX4K 46 444 36 Vaughan Williams, R. Symphony no 7, Sinfonia Antarctica (1948). Catherine Bott, sop; London Symphony Ch & O; Roderick Elms, org; Bryden Thomson, cond. Chandos CHAN 8796 41

15:00 MAHLER EXPLORED Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans Weber, C.M. Die drei Pintos: Entr’acte (compl. and orch. Mahler). Russian NO/ Mikhail Pletnev. DG 477 8825 6 Mahler, G. Symphony no 1 in D, mvt 3 (1888/93/96-98). Sydney SO/Vladimir Ashkenazy. Sydney Symphony SSO201001 10 Das himmlische Leben, from Youth’s magic horn (1892). Anne Schwanewilms, sop; Charles Spencer, pf. Onyx 4103 10 Urlicht, from Youth’s magic horn. Thomas Hampson, bar; Wolfram Rieger, pf. 7 Verlor’ne Müh, from Youth’s magic horn. Håkan Hagegård, bar; Royal Concertgebouw O/Riccardo Chailly. 3 Radio Nederland transcription (2 above) Der Tamboursg’sell, from Youth’s magic horn. Christian Gerhaher, bar; Cleveland O/Pierre Boulez. DG 477 9060 5 Symphony no 2 in C minor, Resurrection, mvt 2 (1896). Edith Marhis, sop; Norma Procter, cont; Bavarian RSO/Rafeil Kubelik. DG 478 5184 1:16 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with James Hunter 19:00 JAZZ STARS AND STRIPES with Peter Mitchell

12:00 JAZZ SKETCHES with Robert Vale

20:00 AT THE OPERA Prepared by Camille Mercep

13:00 YOUNG VIRTUOSI

Chausson, E. Le Roi Arthus. Opera in three acts after the legend of King Arthur, Guinevere and Lancelot. Libretto by the composer. First performed Brussels, 1903.

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Fresh from his defeat of the Saxons, King Arthur praises the fighting prowess of the knights of the Round Table, particularly Lancelot. That night Lancelot meets with the Queen, Guinevere, for a lovers’ tryst but the two are spied on by Mordred who is jealous of both and is plotting Arthur’s downfall. Lancelot fights and wounds him. Believing he has killed Mordred, Lancelot flees to his castle with Guinevere. Mordred survives and reveals the truth to the king. While waiting for Lancelot to return and deny Mordred’s accusations, Arthur consults the wizard Merlin who foretells the downfall of the Round Table. In despair, Arthur pursues Lancelot and gives battle, but Lancelot throws away his weapons and refuses to fight his king. Guinevere, fearing Lancelot’s imminent death, strangles herself with her own hair. Arthur forgives the mortally wounded Lancelot. Voices summon the old king to peace and oblivion. 23:00 ROMANTIC CHAMBER Prepared by Phil Vendy Lekeu, G. Larghetto (1892). Elizabeth Veyrier, vc; Ensemble Musique Oblique. Harmonia Mundi 1901 455 9 Rubinstein, A. Nocturne, op 11 no 2 (1854). Nobuko Imai, va; Roland Pöntinen, pf. BIS CD-358 7 Gounod, C. Six melodies for horn (1840). Peter Damm, hn; Peter Rösel, pf. Berlin Classics 0012882BC 6 Foerster, J. Piano trio no 1 in F minor, op 8 (1883). Janácek Trio. Supraphon SU4079-2 30

MUSIC TRIVIA with Michael Morton-Evans 2. Which famous 20th century conductor began his career as a mathematician? Answers on page 46.


Thursday 13 October 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Telemann, G. Concerto in E. Wiener Akademie/Martin Haselböck. Brilliant Classics 93167/5 17 Handel, G. Chandos anthem no 2: In the Lord put I my trust, HWV247 (1718). Lynne Dawson, sop; Ian Partridge, ten; Michael George, bass; The Sixteen Ch & O/Harry Christophers. Chandos CHAN 8600 22 Michael Murray 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 Emyr Evans Handel, G. Overture and ballet music from Ariodante, HWV33 (1735). Simon Preston, Colin Tilney, hpd; Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner. Decca 433 732-2 18 Vivaldi, A. Cello concerto in E minor, RV409. Joanna Graham, bn; Raphael Wallfisch, vc; City of London Sinfonia/Nicholas Kraemer. Naxos 8.550909 8 Bach, J.S. Suite no 5 in G, BWV816, French (1725; arr. Groningen Guitar Duo). Groningen Guitar Duo. Ottavo OTR C118818 16 Bottesini, G. Duo concertante (1851). Martin Ostertag, vc; Wolfgang Güttler, db; Berlin RSO/Matthias Bamert. Schwann 311 042 H1 13 Mozart, W. String duo no 2 in B flat, K424 (1783). Arthur Grumiaux, vn; Arrigo Pelliccia, va. Philips 422 513-2 20 Handel, G. Ah! spietato, from Amadigi di Gaula, HWV11 (1715). Emma Kirkby, sop; Katharina Arfken, ob; Brandenburg Consort/ Roy Goodman. Hyperion CDA66860 5

20:00 LIVE AND LOCAL Gagliano Quartet Recorded by George Hilgevoord for FINE MUSIC Haydn, J. String quartet in B flat, op 76 no 4, Sunrise (1797). 21 Mozart, W. String quartet in C, K465, Dissonance (1785). 29 String quartet in D, K499, Hoffmeister (1786). 25

Brahms, J. Symphony no 4 in E minor, op 98 (1884-85). Wiener Philharmoniker/Karl Böhm. DG 413 424-2 42

Vivaldi, A. Largo, from Violin concerto, RV297, Winter (1725). 2

12:00 JAZZ, PURE AND SIMPLE with Maureen Meers

21:30 SCHUMANN DUETS Prepared by Rex Burgess

13:00 DEUTSCHE WELLE CONCERT HOUR By courtesy of Radio Deutsche Welle

Schumann, R. So wahr die Sonne scheinet, op 37 no 12 (1840); Er und Sie, op 78 no 2 (1849); Ich bin dein Baum, op 101 no 3 (1846); Lullaby, op 78 no 4 (1849); FamilienGemälde, op 34 no 4; Schön ist das Fest des Lenzes, op 37 no 7 (1840); In der Nacht, op 74 no 4 (1849). Jan DeGaetani, mezz; Leslie Gunn, bar; Gilbert Kalish, pf. Nonesuch 7559-71364-2 24

Beethoven, L. Symphony no 8 in F, op 93 (1812). Anima Eterna Bruges/Jos van Immerseel. Brahms, J. Sonata no 2 in A, op 100 (1886). Daishin Kashimoto, vn; Konstantin Lifschitz, pf. Radio Deutsche Welle Transcription 14:00 DEATH BY MISADVENTURE Prepared by Stephen Wilson Lully, J-B. Overture and suite from Amadis (1684). Collegium Aureum/Reinhard Peters. LP Harmonia Mundi HM 20322 23 Alkan, C-V. Piano concerto, op 39 (pub. 1857; orch. Klindworth). Dmitry Feofanov, pf; Razumovsky SO/Robert Stankovsky. Naxos 8.553702 25 Chausson, E. Symphony in B flat, op 20 (1890). Loire PO/Marc Soustrot. Pierre Verany PV 792051 33 Karlowicz, M. Violin concerto in A, op 8 (1902). Ilya Kaler, vn; Warsaw PO/Antoni Wit. Naxos 8.572274 29 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Marilyn Schock 19:00 THE NEW JAZZ STANDARD with Frank Presley

Gagliano Quartet (all above)

22:00 DIFFERING PATHS OF THE 20TH CENTURY Prepared by Phil Vendy Boeck, A. de Violin concerto (1937). Clemens Quatacker, vn; Belgian RTCO/ Edgard Doneux. LP EMI 4C 161-96986/989 22 Fontijn, J. Spirales for two pianos (1971). Robert Groslot, pf; Daniel Blumenthal, pf. Duchesne 71482 18 Jongen, J. Symphonie concertante (1926). Michael Murray, org; San Francisco SO/Edo de Waart. Telarc 80096 35 Durlet, E. Sonata, Illuminated tales (1936). Eliot Lawson, vn; Kiyotaka Izumi, pf. Brilliant Classics 94481 25 Ysaÿe, E. Au rouet. Jerrold Rubenstein, vn; Belgian NO/Mendi Rodan. Schwann 311099 H1 13

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Friday 14 October 19:00 FRIDAY JAZZ SESSION with Sally Cameron

0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE 3:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN

20:00 THE ROMANTIC CENTURY Prepared by Katy Rogers-Davies

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

Sibelius, J. Finlandia, op 26 (1899-1900). Adelaide SO/Arvo Volmer. ABC 476 3945 8

9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC Only strings Prepared by Di Cox Karlowicz, M. Serenade for string orchestra, op 2 (1897). BBC PO/Gianandrea Noseda. Chandos CHAN 10171 21 Paganini, N. Guitar quartet no 1 in A minor, op 4 (1806-16). Anthea Gifford, gui; Mozart String Trio. Denon CO 77069 22 Mozart, W. String duo no 1 in G, K423 (1783). Arthur Grumiaux, vn; Arrigo Pelliccia, va. Philips 422 513-2 15 Bach, J.S. Prelude, fugue and allegro in E flat, BWV998 (1735-45). Jakob Lindberg, lute. BIS CD-587/588 13 Schubert, F. String quartet movement no 12 in C minor, D703 (c1816). Melos Quartet. DG 419 879-2 10 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Denis Patterson Holst, G. Walt Whitman overture, op 7 (1899). Munich SO/Douglas Bostock. Classico CLASSCD 284 7

Masaaki Suzuki 13:30 BARTOK INTERLUDE Prepared by Frank Morrison

Grieg, E. Funeral march in memory of Rikard Nordraak (1866; arr. Halvorsen). Bergen PO/ Ole Kristian Ruud. BIS CD-1740/42 8

Hungarian pictures, op 13 (1931). Philharmonia O/Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHAN 8895 12

Enescu, G. Rumanian rhapsody in A, op 11 no 1 (1901). Detroit SO/Antal Dorati. Decca 476 2453 13

Six Romanian folk dances (1915). David Oistrakh, vn; Inna Kollegorskaya, pf. Brilliant Classics 8402 6

Smetana, B. Dance of the comedians, from The bartered bride (1866). Berlin PO/Herbert von Karajan. DG 474 617-2 6

14:00 TO SLEEP PERCHANCE TO DREAM Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Tchaikovsky, P. Suite from The sleeping beauty, op 66a (1888-89). Berlin PO/Mstislav Rostropovich. DG 429 097-2 20 Mendelssohn, F. Scherzo; Intermezzo; Nocturne; Wedding march, from A midsummer night’s dream, op 61 (1842). Slovak PO/Anthony Bramall. Naxos 8.554433 20

Britten, B. Soirée musicales, op 9 (1936). National PO/Richard Bonynge. Decca 478 5364 10

Liszt, F. Liebesträume (1845-49). Marilyn Meier, pf. Mala-Daki MAM 29464 16

Mozart, W. Symphony no 39 in E flat, K543 (1788). Tasmanian SO/Sebastian LangLessing. ABC 476 4561 30

Humperdinck, E. When at night I go to sleep, dream sequence, from Hansel and Gretel (1893). Barbara Bonney, sop; Anthony Way, treb; English Sinfonia/Neil Page. Decca 476 2649 9

13:00 PATRICK THOMAS PRESENTS Wind from the West Carmichael, J. Trumpet concerto. Kevin Johnston, tpt; West Australian SO/David Measham. ABC 442 374-2 24

Chopin, F. Étude in C minor, op 10 no 12, Revolutionary (1830). Philip Johnston, pf. Warner 06 301 34632 3

Bartók, B. Three burlesques, op 8c (190811). Peter Frankl, pf. ASV DCA 687 8

Medtner, N. Piano concerto no 1 in C minor, op 33 (1914-18). Dmitri Alexeev, pf; BBC SO/ Alexander Lazarev. Hyperion CDA66744 34

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Glinka, M. Overture to Ivan Susanin (1836). Bolshoi TO/Yevgeny Svetlanov. Melodiya MEL 10011824 9

Tchaikovsky, P. Symphony no 1 in G minor, op 13, Winter dreams (1866). Russian Federation State SO/Yevgeny Svetlanov. Emergo Classics EC 3629-2 41 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Lloyd Capps

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Albéniz, I. La Vega: Spanish fantasy (1897). Guillermo González, pf. Naxos 8.570553 16 Elgar, E. Overture: Cockaigne, op 40, In London Town (1900-01). Sydney SO/Bernard Heinze. ABC 476 695-5 15 Mackenzie, A. Scottish concerto, op 55. Steven Osborne, pf; BBC Scottish SO/Martyn Brabbins. Hyperion CDA67023 28 22:00 BAROQUE AND BEFORE Prepared by Andrew Dziedzic Bach, J.S. Motet: Der Geist hilft unser Schwachheit auf, BWV226 (1729). BIS SACD-1841 7 Mass in B minor, BWV232 (c1747-49). Carolyn Sampson, sop; Rachel Nicholls, sop; Robin Blaze, alto; Gerd Türk, ten; Peter Kooij, bass. BIS CD-9020/22 1:48 Bach Collegium Japan/Masaaki Suzuki (2 above)


Saturday 15 October 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 Australian Chamber Orchestra Prepared by Frank Morrison Bach, J.S. Orchestral suite no 3 in D, BWV1068 (c1731). 21

she has eight suitors, she is delighted because he was asleep under a cabbage. The hussars arrive with Zénobie. Ciboulette, realising that she loves Antonin, locks him in the cellar but he escapes and runs after the courtesan. Duparquet, the controller of Les Halles, offers to introduce Ciboulette to the director of the Opéra Comique who will make her a star.Antonin, who has broken up with Zénobie, regrets the loss of Ciboulette and decides to kill himself. While he and Duparquet are having a drink, Ciboulette appears, so beautifully dressed that Antonin fails to recognise her. However, Duparquet introduces her as his new star, and Antonin and Ciboulette fall into each other’s arms.

Elgar, E. Serenade for strings in E minor, op 20 (1892). 12

Cyril Diederich

Grieg, E. Holberg suite, op 40 (1884). 19 Sony SK 53356 (3 above)

12:00 JAZZ SATURDAY @ STUDIO A with Leita Hutchings

Sibelius, J. Paavali’s song, from Kuolema (1903). Teddy Tahu Rhodes, bar. ABC 476 102-6 3

13:00 THE WACKY WORLD OF CLASSICS with Randolph Magri-Overend

Shostakovich, D. Chamber symphony, op 110a (1960; arr. Barshai). Sony SK 62005 25

14:00 ALPHABETICAL CONDUCTORS G, H and K Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend

Australian CO/Richard Tognetti (all above)

Mendelssohn, F. Overture: The Hebrides, op 26, Fingal’s Cave (1832). Scottish NO/ Alexander Gibson. Chandos CHAN 10412X 10

When this cheeky chap, from Brummel. Patricia Petibon, sop; Lyon Opera O/Yves Abel. Decca 475 090-2 3

Bizet, G. Suite no 1 from Carmen (1873-74). Philharmonia O/Herbert von Karajan. EMI CDM 1 66424 2 9

17:30 THE VOICES, THE ROLES with Angela Cockburn Counter-tenors: High and mighty

Vaughan Williams, R. Symphony no 6 (1944-47). London PO/Bernard Haitink. EMI 5 56762 2 33

18:00 SOCIETY SPOT Classical Guitar Society Prepared by Sue McCreadie

15:00 OPERETTA IN THE AFTERNOON Prepared by Derek Parker

Satie, E. Gymnopédies nos 1 to 3 (1888). Pro Arte Guitar Trio ASV CD WHL 2063 3

Hahn, R. Ciboulette. Operetta in three acts and four tableaux. Libretto by Robert de Flers and Francis de Croisset. First performed Paris, 1923s

Debussy, C. Rêverie (1890; arr. Grigoryan). Slava Grigoryan, gui; Leonard Grigoryan, gui. ABC 481 1965 4

10:30 MUSIC FOR SMALL FORCES Prepared by Francis Frank Beethoven, L. Piano trio no 10 in E flat, op 44 (1802). Beaux Arts Trio. Philips 438 948-2 14 Kozeluch, L. Octet concertant: Parthia in B flat. Consortium Classicum. Orfeo 442 981 12 Haydn, J. Clarinet duet no 2 (pub.1800). Michel Portal, cl; Paul Meyer, cl. EMI 5 56732 2 9 Boccherini, L. Quintet no 6 in G. Richard Savino, gui; Artaria Quartet. Harmonia Mundi HMU 907026 17 11:30 ON PARADE Music that’s band Prepared by Owen Fisher Medley: Fantasy on Swiss airs. WilliamsFairey Engineering Band. Delta 60357 6 Anderson, L. The rakes of Mallow. Allentown Band/Ronald Demkee. AMP 2E 119 3 The Addams family (arr. Michael Hope). NSW Police Band/L.T. Lambert. Polyphonic QPRL 213D 2 Sousa, J.P. Mikado March. AMP 20059 2 Excerpts from The bride elect. AMP 28173A 11 Allentown Band/Ronald Demkee (2 above)

ZÉNOBIE: Colette Alliot-Lugaz, sop ANTONIN: Nicolai Gedda, ten CIBOULETTE: Mady Mesplé, sop DUPARQUE: José van Dam, bar Ensemble Choral Jean Laforge; Monte-Carlo PO/Cyril Diederich. EMI 5 66159 2 1:54 In Paris in 1867, the courtesan Zénobie, the mascot of the hussars, is flirting with the rich Antonin de Mourmelon who is in love with her. Ciboulette arrives at the market place, Les Halles, and consults a fortuneteller who says she will find love under a cabbage. Ciboulette returns to her uncle’s farm and is introduced to Antonin. Although

L’heure exquise, from Chansons grises (1887-90; Les etoiles, from Douze rondels (1898-99). Alice Coote, mezz; Graham Johnson, pf. Hyperion CDA67962 5 To Chloris, the loved one. David Hobson, ten; David McSkimming, pf. ABC 476 528-2 7

Satie, E. Pièces froides: Airs à faire fuir i-iii (1897; arr. Miolin). Anders Miolin, gui. BIS CD-586 8 Ravel, M. Pavane pour une infante défunte (1899). Guitar Trek. ABC 442 508-2 6 Poulenc, F. Sarabande (1960). Craig Ogden, gui. Hyperion CDA67255/6 3 Debussy, C. Le petit nègre (1909; arr. Groningen Guitar Duo). Groningen Guitar Duo. Ottavo OTR C49135 19 Je te veux (1902; arr. Kain). Guitar Trek. ABC 481 2097 5 October 2016

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Saturday 15 October 19:00 THE MAGIC OF STAGE AND SCREEN Prepared by Sue Jowell I love Paris 20:00 INFLUENCES AND CONNECTIONS Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prepared by Paul Cooke Hart, F. The bush, op 59 (1923). Melbourne SO/Richard Divall. Canberra School of Music CSM 38 40 Benjamin, A. Fantasies I (1933). Ian Munro, pf. Tall Poppies TP 105 4 Glanville-Hicks, P. Three gymnopédies (1934). Stables Ensemble. Wirripang WIRR 037 8 Stravinsky, I. Symphony in C (1938-40). Royal Scottish O/Alexander Gibson. Chandos CHAN 6577 29 Glanville-Hicks, P. Mimic heaven: five songs by A. E. Housman (1944). Gerald English, ten; Roland Peelman, pf. Tall Poppies TP112 7 Bowles, P. Six preludes (1933-1945). Bennett Lerner, pf. Etcetera KTC 1019 7 Glanville-Hicks, P. Letters from Morocco (1952). Gerald English, ten; Tasmanian SO/ Antony Walker. ABC 476 3218 14 22:00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME Massenet, J. Suite no 7: Scènes alsaciennes (1881). Paris Conservatoire O/Albert Wolff. Decca 480 2382 23 Saint-Saëns, C. Piano concerto no 4 in C minor, op 44 (1875). Idel Biret, pf; Philharmonia O/James Loughran. Naxos 8.550334 30 Lully, J-B. Te Deum (1677). Le Concert Spirituel/Hervé Niquet. Naxos 8.554397 29 Lalo, E. Symphony in G minor (1889). Staatsorchester Frankfurt/Nikos Athinäos. Signum SIG X66-00 30

0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC with Paul Roper 9:00 MUSICA SACRA Prepared by Paul Cooke Hovhaness, A. Psalm 23: Cantata from Symphony no 12, op 188 (1960). St John’s Episcopal Cathedral Choir; St John’s Episcopal Cathedral Childrens Choir; Eric Plutz, org; St John’s Episcopal Cathedral FO/ Donald Pearson. Delos DE 3176 10 Mozart, W. Cantata: Davide Penitente, K469 (1785). Margaret Marshall, sop; Iris Vermillion, mezz; Hans-Peter Blochwitz, ten; South German Radio Choir; Stuttgart RSO/ Neville Marriner. Philips 420 952-2 45 10:00 THE CLASSICAL ERA Prepared by Sheila Catzel Vogler, G. Overture to the play Hamlet (177879). London Mozart Players/Matthias Bamert. Chandos CHAN 10504 11 Ries, F. The dream, op 49 (1813). Susan Kagan, pf. Naxos 8.572204 19 Schobert, J. Keyboard concerto in G (1765). Eckart Sellheim, fp; Collegium Aureum. EMI CDC 7 47527-2 23 Grétry, A-E-M. String quartet in G, op 3 no 5 (1761-65). Haydn Quartet. Koch 310 158 H1 10 Sirmen, M. Violin concerto no 5 in B flat. Terri Baune, vn; Bay Area Women’s PO/JoAnn Falletta. Newport Classic NCD 60102 22 Haydn, J. Symphony in F sharp minor, Hob.I:45, Farewell (1772). Amsterdam Baroque O/Ton Koopman. Erato ECD 88173 24 12:00 SYDNEY JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS Speak easy, swing hard with Richard Hughes

13:00 WORLD MUSIC: Whirled Wide 14:00 DVORÁK Piano and strings Prepared by Elaine Siversen Dvorák, A. Slavonic dance in F, op 46 no 4, Sousedská (1878). Duo Crommelynck, pf. Claves 50-9107 6 String sextet in A, op 48 (1878). Josef Kluson, va; Michal Kanka, vc; Panocha Quartet. Supraphon 11 1461-2 131 33 Theme and variations in A flat, op 36 (1877). William Howard, pf. Chandos CHAN 9044 15

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15:00 ZELENKA AND AUGUSTUS-THESTRONG Prepared by Stephen Matthews Zelenka, J. Sepulchrum cantata: Immisit Dominus pestilentiam, ZWV58 (1709). Collegium Marianum. Supraphon SU 4068-2 20 Capriccio no 4, ZWV185 (1718). Camerata Bern. Brlliant Classics 93785 19 Psalms, ZWV83: Vespers, ZWV108 (1728). Nibiru 01612231 20 Excerpts from The bronze serpent, ZWV61 (1730). Nibiru 0146-2211 11 Kyrie; Gloria, from Missa Paschalis, ZWV7 (1726). Nibiru 01582231 18 Ensemble Inégal; Prage Baroque Soloists/ Adam Viktora (3 above) Officium defunctorum; Requiem in D, ZWV46 (1733). Collegium 1704; Collegium Vocale 1704/Václuv Luks. Accent ACC24244 19 17:00 HOSANNA Prepared by Richard Munge Hymns: Angel voices forever singing; O for a closer walk with God; Faithful shepherd lead me. Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral; Christopher Dearnley, org; John Scott, cond. Helios CDH 55036 9 Psalm 71: In thee O lord, do I put my trust. Choir of York Minster; John Scott Whiteley, org; Philip Moore, cond. Priory PRCD 5013 7 Walton, W. Coronation Te Deum; Jubilate Deo. Choir of St Johns College, Cambridge/ Christopher Robinson. Naxos 8.557557-58 12 Allegri, G. Miserere. Cantillation/Antony Walker. ABC 476 5706 13 Hymns: Lord Jesus think on me; Now thank we all our God; Praise, my soul, the King of heaven. Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral; Christopher Dearnley, org; John Scott, cond. Helios CDH 55036 9 Reger, M. Fugue in D. Peter King, org. Prelude PR 2553 4


Sunday 16 October 18:00 MASTERS AT THE KEYBOARD Prepared by Emyr Evans Chopin, F. Polonaise in A flat, op 53 (1842). Alfred Brendel, pf. Vanguard OVC 4023 7 Liszt, F. Seven brilliant variations on a theme by Rossini, op 2 (c1824). Leslie Howard, pf. Hyperion CDS44501 9 Rachmaninov, S. Études-tableaux, op 39 (1916-17). Boris Berezovsky, pf. Teldec 4509-96516-2 19 Balakirev, M. Islamey, oriental fantasy (1869/1902). John Chen, pf. Kawai 2004 0911 9 Liszt, F. Allegro di bravura, op 4 no 1 (1824). Leslie Howard, pf. Hyperion CDS44501 9 19:00 SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT Prepared by Rex Burgess Wagner, R. Overture to The flying Dutchman (1841). Slovak PO/Michael Halasz. Naxos 8.578269-70 11 Sibelius, J. The origin of fire, op 32 (1902). Tommi Hakala, bar; YL Male Voice Choir; Lahti SO/Osmo Vänskä. BIS CD-1906/08 11 Respighi, O. Sinfonia drammatica (1914). BBC PO/Edward Downes. Chandos CHAN 9213 1:00 20:30 NEW HORIZONS Prepared by Nev Dorrington Gerrard, L. Soundtrack from Oranges and sunshine (2013). Lisa Gerrard, Marcello de Francisci, voices. Gerrard Records LG 004 32 Johannson, J. Englaborn (2002), Johan Johannson. 4AD 341678.2 48 Gerrard, L. The host of seraphim. Lisa Gerrard, Brendan Perry, voices. 4AD CAD 2701 6 22:00 AFTER HOURS JAZZ with Kevin Jones

Monday 17 October 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: 1815 Prepared by Paul Cooke Weber, C.M. Quintet in B flat, op 34 (1815). Murray Khouri, cl; Sydney String Quartet. LP RCA VRL1 0162 25 Field, J. Nocturne no 8 in A (1815). Míceál O’Rourke, pf. Chandos CHAN 8719/20 5 Beethoven, L. Sonata no 4 in C, op 102 no 1 (1815). Steven Isserlis, vc; Robert Levin, fp. Hyperion CDA67981/2 16 Wesley, S. Rondo on God rest you merry gentlemen (1815). Ian Hobson, pf. Arabesque Z 6594 7 Spohr, L. Notturno in C for winds and Turkish band, op 34 (1815). Consortium Classicum/ Dieter Klöcker. Orfeo C 155 871 A 28 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Paul Hopwood Respighi, O. Pines of Rome (1924). West Australian SO/Jorge Mester. ABC 442 348-2 23 Schubert, F. Viola d’amore concerto in A minor, D821, Arpeggione (1824; arr.). Alexander Labko, va d’amore; RIAS Sinfonietta/Jirí Stárek. Musica Mundi 316 023 F1 23 Parry, H. Symphony no 2 in F, Cambridge (1887). Royal Scottish NO/Andrew Penny. Naxos 8.553469 36 12:00 SWING SESSIONS with John Buchanan

Strauss, J. II Suite from Die Fledermaus (1874; arr. Davis). London PO/Carl Davis. Virgin VC 7 90716-2 27 Lehár, F. Excerpts from The Count of Luxemburg (1909). Soloists, Ch & O Lyrique of the ORTF/Adolphe Sibert. Naxos 8.111010 25 Kálmán, E. Komm’ Zigany, from Countess Maritza (1924). Richard Tauber, ten; O/ Frieder Weissman. BBC BBS 716 3 Offenbach, J. Excerpts from Gaîté parisienne (1866; arr. Rosenthal 1938). Berlin RSO/Paul Strauss. DG 477 5349 25 15:00 ROMANTIC PIANO Prepared by Emyr Evans Franck, C. Les djinns, symphonic poem (1884). Rantisek Maxian, pf; Czech PO/Jean Fournet. Supraphon 11 0613-2011 13 Sonata in A (1886). Arthur Grumiaux, vn; György Sebok, pf. Philips 468 307-2 27 Symphonic variations (1885). Artur Rubinstein, pf; Symphony of the Air/Alfred Wallenstein. RCA 5666-2 RC 13 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Michael Field 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

13:00 THE KINGS OF OPERETTA Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Lehár, F. Overture to Gypsy love (1910). Zurich Tonhalle O/Franz Lehár. Naxos 8.110857 9

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Sullivan, A. Excerpts from The gondoliers (1889). Yvonne Dean, sop; Muriel Harding, sop; Margaret Mitchell, sop; Leonard Osborn, ten; Alan Styler, bass; D’Oyly Carte Opera Company Ch; New Promenade O/Isidore Godfrey. Naxos 8.111311/12 17

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Tuesday 18 October 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: Riley Lee Prepared by Elaine Siversen Edwards, R. The heart of night (1995). Melbourne SO/Arvo Volmer. ABC 476 3768 18 Matsumura, T. Poeme no 1 (1969). Satsuki Odamura, koto; Tall Poppies TP044 14 Westlake, N. The competition, from the soundtrack of Paper planes (2015). Michael Kieran Harvey, pf; Melbourne SO/Nigel Westlake. ABC 481 1477 9 Lee, R. Temple garden; Song of the white witch; Cherry blossom (1992). Tall Poppies TP033 11 O’Boyle, S. Shakuhachi concerto. Queensland SO/Sean O’Boyle. ABC 476 571-0 16 Nagasawa, K. First stirrings of spring (1971; arr. McGuire). Marshall McGuire, hp. ABC 465 757-2 10 Riley Lee, shakuhachi (all above) 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Rex Burgess Taneyev, S. Overture to The Oresteia, op 6 (pub. 1897). Philharmonia O/Neeme Järvi. Chandos CHAN 8953 18 Lalo, E. Concerto russe, op 29 (1879). Olivier Charlier, vn; BBC PO/Yan Pascal Tortelier. Chandos CHAN 9758 31 Rachmaninov, S. The bells, choral symphony, op 35 (1913). Elli Bertolotti, sop; Marcus Bertolotti, ten; David Hidden, bass; Willoughby Symphony Ch & O/Nicholas Milton. Fine Music Concert Recording 34 12:00 JAZZ RHYTHM with Jeannie McInnes 32

Nicholas Milton 13:00 CONCERTOS Prepared by Andari Anggamulia

19:00 THE JAZZ BEAT with Lloyd Capps

Vaughan Williams, R. Concerto grosso (1950). Academy of St Martin in the Fields/ Neville Marriner. Decca 442 8341 14

20:00 RECENT RELEASES with Stephen Wilson

Haydn, J. Violin concerto in C, Hob.VIIa:1 (1769). Simon Standage, vn; English Concert/Trevor Pinnock. Archiv 427 316-2 17 Schnittke, A. Moz-Art à la Haydn (1976). Taitana Grindenko, vn; CO of Europe/Gidon Kremer. DG 445 520-2 12 Concerto grosso no 4/symphony no 5 (1988). Helen Jarhen, ob; Christer Thorvaldsson, vn; Nicola Boruvak, vn; Magnus Lunden, va; Anders Robertson, vc; Per Lundberg, hpd; Maria Nyberg, pf; Gothenburg SO/Neeme Järvi. BIS CD-427 39 14:30 THE MOZART DYNASTY Prepared by Stephen Wilson Mozart, L. Peasant wedding. Eduard Melkus Ensemble. Archiv 427 122-2 13 Mozart, F. Piano concerto in C, op 14 (1808). Klaus Hellwig, pf; Cologne RSO/Roland Bader. Schwann 311 004 H1 26 Mozart, W. Symphony no 36 in C, K425, Linz (1783). English Baroque Soloists/John Eliot Gardiner. Philips 422 419-2 42 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Andrew Dziedzic

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22:00 CHAMBER SOIRÉE Prepared by Sheila Catzel Grechaninov, A. Cello sonata in E minor, op 113 (1927). Natalia Savinova, vc; Victor Yampolsky, pf. Hyperion CDA67295 19 Raff, J. Duo on themes from Wagner’s Lohengrin, op 63 no 3 (1853). Livia Sohn, vn; Benjamin Loeb, pf. Naxos 8.570202 9 Farrenc, L. Sextet in C minor (1852). Kathryn Selby, pf; Omega Ensemble. Fine Music Concert Recording 25 Berwald, F. Quintet no 1 in C minor (1853). Susan Tomes, pf; Gaudier Ensemble. Hyperion CDA66835 23 Devienne, F. Quartet in A minor, op 66 no 1. Alexis Kossenko, fl; Quatuor Cambini. MBF 1108 15 Haydn, J. Keyboard trio in G, Hob.XV:41 Beaux Arts Trio. Philips 454 098-2 17

MUSIC TRIVIA with Michael Morton-Evans 4. Which English composer began his career migrating to America to be an orange planter? Answers on page 46.


Wednesday 19 October 0:00 CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE

POPPEA: Danielle Borst, sop NERONE: Guillemette Laurens, mezz OTTAVIA: Jennifer Lamore, mezz OTTONE: Axel Köhler, ct SENECA: Michael Schopper, bass DRUSILLA: Lena Lootens, sop Concerto Vocale/René Jacobs. Harmonia Mundi HMC 901330.32 3:17

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 Mozart, W. Overture to The magic flute, K620 (1791). Berlin State Opera O/Richard Strauss. DG 431 874-2 6 Haydn, J. Trio in C, Hob.IV:1, London (1794). Jean-Pierre Rampal, fl; Isaac Stern, vn; Mstislav Rostropovich, vc. CBS 37786 8 Hummel, J. Sonata in D, op 50 (1810-14). Marta Mazzini, fl; Stefano Fiuzzi, pf. Dynamic CDS 128 19 Spohr, L. Quintet in C minor, op 52 (1820). John Wion, fl; Arthur Bloom, cl; Donald MacCourt, bn; Howard Howard, hn; Mary Louise Boehm, pf. LP Turnabout TV-S 34506 28 Danzi, F. Flute concerto no 2 in D minor, op 31 (c.1806). András Adorján, fl; Munich CO/ Hans Stadlmair. LP Orfeo S 003812 H 19 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Michael Field Chausson, E. Viviane, symphonic poem on a legend of the round table, op 5 (1882). O symphonique et lyrique de Nancy/Jérôme Kaltenbach. Naxos 8.553652 12 Wallace, W. Symphonic poem no 5: Sir William Wallace (1905). BBC Scottish SO/ Martyn Brabbins. Hyperion CDA66848 21 Zamfir, G. Panpipes concerto no 1 in G. Gheorghe Zamfir, panpipes; Monte Carlo PO/ Lawrence Foster. LP Philips 412 221-1 16 Stravinsky, I. Petrushka (1911/47). Berlin PO/Pierre Boulez. DG 447 496-2 35 12:00 JAZZ SKETCHES with Robert Vale 13:00 YOUNG VIRTUOSI

René Jacobs 14:00 IN CONVERSATION with Michael Morton-Evans 15:00 MAHLER EXPLORED Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans Mahler, G. Symphony no 3 in D minor, mvt 5 (1893-96). Jessye Norman, sop; Vienna Boys Choir; Vienna State Opera Ch; Vienna PO/ Claudio Abbado. DG 410 715-2 5 Symphony no 4 in G, mvt 4 (1900). Barbara Bonney, sop; Vienna PO/Riccardo Muti. Radio Nederland transcription 9 Um Mitternacht, from Rückert Lieder (1902). Christa Ludwig, cont; Charles Spencer, pf. RCA 09026-61547-2 5 In diesem Wetter, from Kindertotenlieder (1905). Bryn Terfel, bass-bar; Philharmonia O/Giuseppe Sinopoli. DG 477 6686 7 Adagietto, from Symphony no 5 in C sharp minor (1901-02). Sinfonia Australis/Antony Walker. ABC 481 0773 10 Symphony no 7, mvt 5 (1904-05). London SO/Valery Gergiev. LSO Live 0665 1:12

In Rome in 64AD, Poppea, mistress of the Emperor Nerone, elicits a promise that he will repudiate his wife Ottavia to make Poppea the Empress. Seneca, upholder of the ancient virtues, urges Ottavia to show restraint and dignity. When Nerone reveals his plan to depose Ottavia in favour of Poppea, Seneca’s calm remonstrations incite him to hysterical anger. Under Poppea’s ínfluence, Nerone orders Seneca’s death. Ottavia, unable to bear the indignity of the situation, orders Ottone to kill Poppea; he involves Drusilla in the plot. Amor, God of Love, stays Ottone’s hand. He escapes but Drusilla is arrested. Both are exiled and Nerone announces the banishment of Ottavia. The coronation of Poppea follows with the tribunes and consuls of Rome paying homage. The opera ends with Poppea and Nerone singing of their love. Piano dell Madonna (1640). Julie Hassler, sop; Le Concert Brisé/William Dongois. Accent ACC 24261 9 Mainerio, G. Five dances. Early Music Consort of London/David Munrow. Virgin 5 61288 2 11

MUSIC TRIVIA with Michael Morton-Evans 5. Which British composer spent some of his early years working for the British Post Office? Answers on page 46.

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 Monteverdi, C. The coronation of Poppaea. Opera in prologue and three acts. Libretto by Giovanni Busanello. First performed Venice, 1643.

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Thursday 20 October 12:00 JAZZ, PURE AND SIMPLE with Maureen Meers

21:30 ROMANTIC LIEDER Prepared by Gael Golla

13:00 DEUTSCHE WELLE CONCERT HOUR By courtesy of Radio Deutsche Welle

Schumann, R. Sängers Trost, op 127 no 1 (1850-51); Die Fensterscheiber, from Six songs, op 107 no 2 (1851). Christine Schäffer, sop; Graham Johnson, pf. Hyperion CDJ 33101 4

Schubert, F. Symphony no 9 in C, D944, Great (1825-28). Anima Eterna Bruges/Jos van Immerseel. Radio Deutsche Welle transcription

Andrew Mogrelia 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 Lloyd Webber, W. Sonatina. Philip Dukes, va; Sophia Rahman, pf. ASV DCA 961 8 Bartók, B. Concerto for two pianos and percussion (1940). Jan Labordus, perc; Jan Pustjens; perc; Nelson Freire; pf; Martha Argerich, pf; Concertgebouw O/David Zinman. Philips 416 378-2 27 Saint-Saëns, C. Cello sonata no 2 in F, op 123 (1905). Luigi Piovano, vc; Nazzareno Carusi, pf. Eloquentia EL 1024 37

Brahms, J. Trio in A, op 114 (1891). Peter Schmidl, cl; Teodora Miteva, vc. Naxos 8.557232 24 Kuhlau, F. Grand trio in G, op 119. Wolfgang Schulz, fl; Matthias Schulz, fl. Naxos 8.570309 15 Madoka Inui, pf (2 above) Bax, A. Trio in B flat (1946). Lucy Gould, vn; Alice Neary, vc; Benjamin Frith, pf. Naxos 8.557698 21 Herzogenberg, H. Trio, op 61 (1889). Albrecht Mayer, ob; Marie-Luise Neunecker, hn; Markus Becker, pf. Decca 478 3564 22 Ravel, M. Trio in A minor (1914). Helen Ayres, vn; Timothy Nankervis, vc; Tatiana Kolesova, pf. ABC 476 6960 27

Burgmüller, N. Duo, op 15 (1834). Michael Collins, cl; Michael McHale, pf. Chandos CHAN 10637 11

16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm With Sue Jowell

10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans

19:00 THE NEW JAZZ STANDARD with Frank Presley

Berlioz, H. Overture: King Lear, op 4 (1831). Philharmonia O/Jean-Philippe Rouchon. ASV DCA 895 16 Bruckner, A. Helgoland. Chicago Symphony Ch & O/Daniel Barenboim. DG 437 250-2 14 Elgar, E. Ballet: The sanguine fan, op 81 (1917). English Northern Philharmonia/David Lloyd-Jones. Naxos 8.553879 18 Schumann, R. Symphony no 3 in E flat, op 97, Rhenish (1850). Seattle Symphony/ Gerard Schwarz. Naxos 8.571213 36 34

14:00 PIANO TRIOS Prepared by Gael Golla

20:00 LIVE AND LOCAL From Government House, Melbourne Recorded by 3MBS-FM Mozart, W. Quartet no 1 in D, K285 (1777). Prudence Davis, fl. 15 Quartet in F, K370 (1780). Jeffrey Crellin, ob. 15 Dring, M. Trio. Prudence Davis, fl; Jeffrey Crellin, ob; Stephen McIntyre, pf. 11 Brahms, J. Quartet no 1 in G minor, op 25 (1861). Zoe Black, vn; Trevor Jones, va; Phillip Green, vc; Stephen McIntyre, pf. 39

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Am Strome, D539 (1817); Am see, D124 (1814). Philip Langridge, ten; Graham Johnson, pf. Hyperion CDJ 33004 7 Brahms, J. Das Mädchen, op 95 no 1 (1884); Auf dem See, op 59 no 2 (1873). Sylvia Schlüter, cont; Rudolf Jansen, pf. Globe GLO 5038 6 Wolf, H. Der Glücksritter; Fühlt meine Seele das ersehnte Licht. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar; Daniel Barenboim, pf. DG 439 975-2 7 22:00 DIFFERING PATHS OF THE 20TH CENTURY Prepared by Robert Small Bernstein, L. Prelude, fugue and riffs (1949). Harmen de Boer, cl; Netherlands Wind Ensemble/Richard Dufallo. Chandos CHAN 9210 8 Gershwin, G. Porgy and Bess (1934). Dallas SO/Eduardo Mata. RCA VD 87726 24 Ravel, M. Piano concerto in G (1931). Alicia de Larrocha, pf; London PO/Lawrence Foster. Decca 478 6966 23 Martinu, B. Sextet for winds and piano (1929). Australia Ensemble. Fine Music Concert Recording 16 Bernstein, L. Ballet: Fancy free (1944). Abby Birke, vocal; Roger Spencer, db; Samuel Bacco, drums; Stephen Kummer, pf; Nashville SO/Andrew Mogrelia. Naxos 8.559280 29 Sousa, J.P. Jazz America (1925). Royal Norwegian Navy Band/Keith Brion. Naxos 8.559397 8

MUSIC TRIVIA with Michael Morton-Evans 6. Which 19th century Russian composer began his career as a petty officer in the navy? Answers on page 46.


Friday 21 October 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 Sor, F. Fantasy for solo guitar, op 58. Nicholas Goluses, gui. Naxos 8.553342 9 Bach, J.S. Violin concerto in A minor, BWV1041 (c1730). Isaac Stern, vn; New York PO/Leonard Bernstein. Sony SMK 66 471 16 Alwyn, W. Crépescule for solo harp (1955). Ieuan Jones, hp. Chandos CHAN 9197 3 Bartók, B. Sonata for solo violin (1944). György Pauk, vn. Naxos 8.550868 27 Sculthorpe, P. Guitar solo from Kakadu (1993). John Williams, gui. Sony SK 53361 11 Britten, B. Suite for harp, op 83 (1969). Rachel Masters, hp. Regent REG 102 13 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Denis Patterson Verdi, G. Overture to Aida (1871). Vienna PO/Giuseppe Sinopoli. Philips 468 183-2 4 Clementi, M. Symphony no 2 in D. Philharmonia O/Francesco d’Avalos. ASV DCS 247 23 Elgar, E. Violin concerto in B minor, op 61 (1910). Nigel Kennedy, vn; London PO/ Vernon Handley. EMI CDC 7 47210-2 54 12:00 A JAZZ HOUR with Barry O’Sullivan 13:00 PATRICK THOMAS PRESENTS Concerto folklorico Carmichael, J. Concerto folklorico (1865). John Carmichael, pf; West Australian SO/ David Measham. ABC 442 374-2 26

13:30 THE POE FACTOR Prepared by Rex Burgess Schmitt, F. Le Palais hanté, op 49 (1905). São Paulo SO/Yan Pascal Tortelier. Chandos CHSA 5090 14 Caplet, A. Conte fantastique (1908). Laurence Cabel, hp; Ensemble Musique Oblique. Harmonia Mundi HMC 901417 17 Debussy, C. The fall of the House of Usher (reconstr. Blin). Christine Barbeaux, sop; Jean-Philippe La Font, bar; François Le Roux, bar; Pierre-Yves Le Malgat, bass; Monte Carlo PO/Georges Prêtre. EMI CDM 7 64887 2 23 Milhaud, D. The Bells, op 259 (1946). Russian State SO/Gennady Rozhdestvensky. Olympia OCD 452 23 Debussy, C. Danseuses de Delphes, from Preludes bk I (1910). Krystian Zimerman, pf. DG 435 773-2 4 15:00 SAINT SAËNS AND THE CONCERTO Prepared by Chris Blower Smetana, B. Symphonic poem: Wallenstein’s camp, op 14 (1859). Czech PO/Karel Sejna. Supraphon SU 1915-2 001 15 Brahms, J. Three songs for six-part mixed choir, op 42 (1859). RIAS Chamber Choir/ Marcus Creed. Harmonia Mundi HMG 501592/93 9 Gounod, C. Ballet music from Faust (1859). Czecho-Slovak RSO/Ondrej Lenard. Naxos 8.550081 16 Saint-Saëns, C. Violin concerto no 1 in A, op 20 (1858). Fanny Clamagirand, vn; Sinfonia Finlandia/Patrick Gallois. Naxos 8.572037 13 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 Morrison Nielsen, C. String quintet in G (1888). Philipp Naegele, va; Kontra Quartet. BIS CD-503/04 26 Gade, N. Symphony no 4 in B flat, op 20 (1849-50). Danish National RSO/Christopher Hogwood. Chandos CHAN 9609 22 Goldmark, K. String quartet in B flat, op 8 (1860). Fourth Dimension String Quartet. ASV DCA 1071 28 Mosonyi, M. Symphony no 1 in D (1844). Slovak State RSO/Robert Stankovsky. Marco Polo 8.223539 35

22:00 BAROQUE AND BEFORE Prepared by Elaine Siversen Part 1: Cavalli’s International contemporaries Ferro, M. Sonata VIII à 4; Sonata VI à 4 (1649). Bruce Dickey, cornett; Charles Toet, tb; Dana Maiben, vn; Alice Robbins, bass viol; Frances Fitch, org. EMI CDM 7 63419 2 8 Schütz, H. Hodie Christus natus est (1650). Janice Chandler, sop; James Shaffran, bar; J. Reilly Lewis, org; Choral Arts Society of Washington Ch & O/Norman Scribner. Naxos 8.555049 6 Locke, M. Suite no 4 in B flat, from The little consort (1651). Locke Consort. Globe GLO 5027 6 Froberger, J. Tombeau faict à Paris sur la mort de Monsieur Blancrocher (1652). Gustav Leonhardt, hpd. Harmonia Mundi GD 77923 5 Kerll, J. Toccatas VII and VIII (c1653). John O’Donnell, org. Tall Poppies TP 121 3 Tomkins, T. Pavan and galliard (1654). Laurence Cummings, org. Naxos 8.553794 5 Lully, J-B. Ballet des plaisirs (1655). Aradia Baroque Ensemble/Kevin Mallon. Naxos 8.554003 13 Part 2: The glory of Venice: Francesco Cavalli Cavalli, F. Prison scene duets, from L’Ormindo Act III (1644). Fiona Campbell, mezz; David Walker, ct; Ironwood/Neal Peres da Costa. Vexations 840 840-1101 14 Sonata à 6. Irish Baroque O Chamber Soloists/Monica Huggett. Avie AV2202 5 Lassa che far degg’io; Stanza degli incanti di Medea, from Giasone (1649). Catherine Dubosc, sop; Gloria Banditelli, mezz; Michael Schopper, bass; Concerto Vocale/René Jacobs. Harmonia Mundi HMX 290605.07 14 Canzon, from Musiche sacrae (pub. 1656). Palladian Ensemble. Linn CDK 015 6 Magnificat anima mea Dominum (1650). Song Company/Charles Colman. Fine Music Tape Archive 14 October 2016

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Saturday 22 October 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT

12:00 FINE MUSIC LIVE

6:00 SATURDAY MORNING MUSIC with Peter Bell

16:00 MELODIST SUPERBE Prepared by Rex Burgess

9:00 WHAT’S ON IN MUSIC Our weekly guide to musical events in and around Sydney

Strauss, R. Don Juan, tone poem after Nikolaus Lenau, op 20 (1888). London SO/Claudio Abbado. DG 429 492-2 16

9:05 ORCHESTRAS AROUND THE WORLD St Martin in the Fields Prepared by Di Cox Vaughan Williams, R. Overture to The wasps (1909). Decca 442 8341 9 Haydn, J. Trumpet concerto in E flat, Hob.VIIe:1 (1796). Håkan Hardenberger, tpt. Philips 420 203-2 14 Neville Marriner, cond (2 above) Vivaldi, A. Gloria in D, RV589 (1798). Elizabeth Vaughan, sop; Janet Baker cont; Choir of King’s College, Cambridge; Roger Lord, ob; Kenneth Heath, vc; Andrew Davis, hpd; John Langdon, org; David Willcocks, cond. Decca 458 623-1 29 Weber, C.M. Symphony no 1 in C, op 19 (1807). Neville Marriner, cond. Brilliant Classics 99935 25 Academy of St Martin in the Fields (all above) 10:30 SMALL FORCES Prepared by Frank Morrison Boccherini, L. Sextet in A for flute and strings, op 16 no 3 (1773). Piccolo Concerto, Vienna/ Roberto Sensi. Accent ACC 24245 17 Prokofiev, S. Five melodies, op 35bis (c1920). Gidon Kremer, vn; Martha Argerich, pf. DG 431 803-2 13 Paganini, N. Guitar quartet no 12 in A minor (1818-20). Bruno Pignata, vn; Lorenzo Lugli, va; Paolo Mosca, vc; Pino Briasco, gui. Dynamic CDS 17/1-2 23 11:30 ON PARADE Bands at the movies Prepared by Chris Blower Addison, J. Reach for the sky (1956). Central Band of the Royal Air Force. Decca 2747512 4 Alford, K. Colonel Bogey, from Bridge on the River Kwai. Grimethorpe Colliery U.K. Coal Band. RCA 74321 88393 2 3 Arlen, H. Somewhere over the rainbow (1939). Sellers Engineering Brass Band. Soho SOHOCD051 4 Barry, J. Medley of themes from James Bond movies. 6 Williams, J. Main theme, from Jurassic Park. 6 Grimethorpe Colliery U.K. Coal Band (2 above) RCA 74321 88393 2 36

Verführung, op 33 no 1 (1896-97); Des Dichters abendgang, op 47 no 2 (1900). Siegfried Jerusalem, ten; Gewandhaus O/Kurt Masur. Philips 432 614-2 13 Horn concerto no 1 in E flat, op 11 (1883). Dennis Brain, hn; Philharmonia O/Wolfgang Sawallisch. EMI 7 47834 2 15 Finale, from Salome, op 54 (1907). Jane Eaglen, sop; Israel PO/Zubin Mehta. Sony SK 60042 15 Suite from Der Rosenkavalier (1911). Vienna PO/André Previn. DG 437 790 2 22 17:30 STAGING MUSIC with Angela Cockburn Trains 18:00 SYDNEY SCHUBERT SOCIETY Prepared by Ross Hayes Czerny, C. Fantasy no 2, from Three brilliant fantasies after Schubert, op 339 (1836). Barry Tuckwell, hn; Daniel Blumenthal, pf. Etcetera KTC1121 17 Schubert, F. German dances, D820 (1824; orch. Webern 1934-35). Frankfurter Funkorchester/ Anton Webern. Sony SM3K 45845 9 Sonata in D, D384 (1816; arr. Bergström). Gil Shaham, vn; Göran Söllscher, gui. DG 479 2565 15 Romanze (arr. Falletta). Debra Wendells Cross, fl; Robert Alemany, cl; JoAnn Falletta, gui. Virginia Arts Festival 84501 74917 3 Andantino; Theme with variations, from Quintet in A, D667, The trout (1819). lstvan Tóth, db; Jenõ Jandó, pf; Kodály Quartet. Naxos 8.578281-82 7 19:00 THE MAGIC OF STAGE AND SCREEN Prepared by Maureen Meers Gershwin, G. Excerpts from Lady be good (1924). Danny Gardner, Patti Murin, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Douglas Sills, voices; Encores O/Rob Fisher. Ghostlight Records 8-4491 19 Bernstein, L. Ballet: The imaginary Coney Island, from On the town (1944). O/Lehman Engel.

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Dance episode: Lonely town, from On the town (1944). New York PO/Leonard Bernstein. 11 Columbia Legacy SK 60538 (2 above) Bock, J. Excerpts from Fiorello (1959). Tom Bosley, Howard da Silva, Ellen Hanley, Patricia Wilson, Eileen Rodgers, voices. Angel Records ZDM 7243 5 65023 2 19 20:00 INFLUENCES AND CONNECTIONS Igor Stravinsky Prepared by James Nightingale Rimsky-Korsakov, N. Overture: Russian Easter festival, op 36 (1888). Bolshoi SO/Alexander Lazarev. Erato 4509-94808-2 16 Stravinsky, I. Suite from Pulcinella (1922/49). Columbia SO/Igor Stravinsky. Sony SM3K 46 291-302 21 Pergolesi, G. Cantata: Questo è il piano. Marianne Pizzolato, cont; O dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Rome/Antonio Pappano. DG 477 9337 13 Bach, J.S. Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor, BWV582 (transcr. Stokowski). Philadelphia O/ Yannick Nézet-Séguin. DG 479 1074 13 Schoenberg, A. Phantasy for violin with piano accompaniment, op 47 (1949). Carolin Widmann, vn; Simon Lepper, pf. ECM ECM New Series 2113 10 Stravinsky, I. Septet (1952/3). Members of the Boston Symphony Chamber Players. DG 479 4650 12 Suite no 2 from The firebird (1919). Royal Concertgebouw O/Mariss Jansons. RCO Live 08002 22 22:00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME Prepared by Paul Cooke Pleyel, I. Octet in C for oboe, two horns, two violins, viola, cello and double bass. Consortium Classicum/Dieter Klöcker. cpo 999 743-2 34 Berwald, F. Piano quintet no 2 in A (1857). Bengt-Äke Lundin, pf; Uppsala Chamber Soloists. Naxos 8.553970 32 Reger, M. Variations and fugue on a theme by Mozart, op 132 (1914). Russian State SO/Valery Polyansky. Chandos CHAN 9917 32 Rodrigo, J. Música para un jardin (1957). Marco Socías, gui; O Ciudad de Granada/Josep Pons. Harmonia Mundi 2908530.34 13


Sunday 23 October 12:00 SYDNEY JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS Classic jazz and ragtime With John Buchanan

13:00 WORLD MUSIC: Whirled Wide 14:00 FROM THE BAROQUE STAGE Prepared by Elaine Siversen

Beaux Arts Trio 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC with David Garrett 9:00 MUSICA SACRA Prepared by Elaine Siversen Poulenc, F. Four motets for a time of penitence (1938-39). Choir of Ormond College, Melbourne/Douglas Lawrence. Move MD 3130 12 Bach, J.S. Singet dem Herrn, BWV225 (1726-27). Sydney Chamber Choir; Anthea Cottee, vc; Chris Cartner, org; Jonathan Grieves-Smith, cond. Fine Music Concert Recording 13 Walther, J.G. Jesu, meine Freude. Philip Swanton, org. FSM FCD 96 506/07 XVII 13 Handel, G. Chandos anthem no 4: O sing unto the Lord a new song, HWV249 (171718). Lynne Dawson, sop; Ian Partridge, ten; The Sixteen Ch & O/Harry Christophers. Chandos CHAN 0504 15 10:00 THE CLASSICAL ERA Prepared by Frank Morrison Romberg, A. Quintet in E flat, op 57. Thea King, cl; Britten String Quartet. Hyperion CDA66479 23 Carulli, F. Double concerto in G. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fl; Alexandre Lagoya, gui; Franz Liszt CO/János Rolla. CBS MK 42130 22 Pleyel, I. Symphony in C, op 66 (1803). London Mozart Players/Matthias Bamert. Chandos CHAN 9525 23

Purcell, H. Ayres and dances, from Dido and Aeneas (1689). Tasmanian Symphony Chamber Players/Geoffrey Lancaster. ABC 456 667-2 17 Locke, M. Incidental music for Thomas Shadwell’s operatic version of The tempest (1674). Parley of Instruments Renaissance Violin Band/Peter Holman. Hyperion CDA66667 16 Handel, G. Suite from Rinaldo (1711; arr. Cox). Septura. Naxos 8.573386 21 15:00 SUNDAY SPECIAL Russian piano school Prepared by Paolo Hooke Tchaikovsky, P. Romance in F, op 51 no 5 (1882); Meditation in D, op 72 no 5 (1893); Valse sentimentale in F minor, op 51 no 6 (1882); Dialogue in B, op 72 no 8 (1893). Alexander Goldenweiser, pf. Melodiya 74321 25173 2 20 Bach, J.S. Passacaglia in C minor, BWV582 (arr. Zhukov). Igor Zhukov, pf. Melodiya 74321 33214 2 13 Stravinsky, I. Serenade in A (1925). Maria Yudina, pf. Melodiya 74321 25176 2 10 Mozart, W. Ten variations in G on Unser dummer Pöbel meint, from Gluck’s Pilger von Mekka, K455. Emil Gilels, pf. Melodiya 74321 40119 2 15 Prokofiev, S. Sarcasms, op 17 (1912-14). Yekaterina Ervy-Novitskaya, pf. Melodiya 74321 33218 2 10 Chopin, F. Ballades: no 1 in G minor, op 23 (1835); no 2 in F, op 38 (1839). Sviatoslav Richter, pf. Melodiya 74321 25178 2 16

Giuliani, M. Divertimento notturno, op 86 no 15 (c1820). Mikael Helasvuo, fl; Jukka Savijoki, gui. BIS CD-412 4

Godowsky, L. Künstlerleben, symphonic metamorphoses on Johann Strauss’ waltz (1905). Edvard Syomin, pf. Melodiya 74321 33217 2 13

Schubert, F. Piano trio in B flat, D898 (1827). Beaux Arts Trio. Philips 438 700-2 35

Balakirev, M. The lark (1864). Yelena Bekman-Shcherbina, pf. Melodiya 74321 33209 2 5

17:00 HOSANNA Prepared by Jeremy Hall Hymns: The church’s one foundation; Praise to the Lord. Choir of King’s College, Cambridge; Richard Farnes, org; Stephen Cleobury, cond. Decca 452 252-2 6 Walton, W. Set me as a seal upon thine heart. Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral; Andrew Lucas, org; John Scott, cond. Hyperion CDA66618 4 Howells, H. Psalm 121: Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge; Owain Park, org; Stephen Layton, cond. Hyperion CDA68105 9 Gardiner, H. Balfour Evening hymn. Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral; Andrew Lucas, org; John Scott, cond. Hyperion SPCC2000 6 Dove, J. Gloria. Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge; Edward Picton-Turbervill, org; Andrew Nethsingha, cond. Chandos CHAN 10872 4 Duruflé, M. Ubi caritas. Choir of Jesus College, Cambridge/Mark Williams. Signum SIGCD370 2 Gjeilo, O. Ubi caritas. VOCES8. Decca 478 8053 4 Sheppard, J. Libera nos, salva nos I and II. The Parsons Affayre/Warren TrevelyanJones. Vox Foris MMPA002 5 Hymn: Lead, kindly light. Choir of Wells Cathedral; Rupert Gough, org; Malcolm Archer, cond. Hyperion CDP12101 3 Bach, J.S. Prelude and fugue in C, BWV545. Marie-Claire Alain, org. Erato 6 18:00 CLASSICAL JAZZ Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend Shostakovich, D. Jazz suite no 1 (1934). Melbourne SO/Oleg Caetani. ABC 476 836-4 9 Gershwin, G. Rhapsody in blue, jazz band version (1924). Stefano Bollani, pf; Gewandhaus O/Riccardo Chailly. Decca 478 2739 16 October 2016

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Monday 24 October

Antheil, G. A jazz symphony (1925). Vera Beths, vn; Johan Kracht, vn; Henk Guittart, va; Wim Straesser, vc; Anthony Woodrow, db; Maarten Bon, pf; members of Netherlands Wind Ensemble; Willy Goudswaard, perc; Michael de Roo, perc; Arthur Cune, perc; Reinbert de Leeuw, cond. LP Telefunken 6.42196 7

0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT

Shostakovich, D. Jazz suite no 2 (1938). Russian State SO/Dmitri Yablonsky. Naxos 8.555949 20

Schubert, F. String quartet no 9 in G minor, D173 (1815). Vienna Konzerthaus Quartet. Westminster RC8808678121735 24

19:00 SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT

Weber, C.M. Clarinet quintet in B flat, op 34 (1815). Eduard Brunner, cl; Hagen Quartett. DG 478 6975 25

Scheidt, S. Galliard battaglia. Brass ensemble. Allegretto ACD 8702 2 Aria: Quod est in igne calor. Virtuosi di Praga/ Oldrich Vlcek. Cantus Classics CACD 8.00128 D 11 Beethoven, L. The creatures of Prometheus, ballet, op 43 (1800-01). Philharmonia Slavonica/Carlos Pantelli. Forum 2/506 2213-2 1:11 20:30 NEW HORIZONS Flying objects Prepared by Robert Small Koehne, G. Inflight entertainment (1999). Diana Doherty, ob; Sydney SO/Takuo Yuasa. Naxos 8.555847 29 Adams, J. American berserk (2001). Ralph van Raat, pf. Naxos 8.559285 6 Gorb, A. Awayday (1996). University of Georgia Wind Ensemble/John P. Lynch. Naxos 8.572231 6 Nasopoulou, A. Lelia doura (2012). Seldom Sene. Brilliant Classics 94871 6 Daugherty, M. UFO for solo percussion and orchestra (1999). Evelyn Glennie, perc; Colorado SO/Marin Alsop. Naxos 8.559165 36 22:00 AFTER HOURS JAZZ with Kevin Jones

6:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST including Arts Calendar at 7.30am with Robert Small 9:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC A year in retrospect: 1815 Prepared by Derek Parker

Salieri, A. 26 Variations on La folia di Spagna (1815). London Mozart Players/Matthias Bamert. Chandos CHAN 9877 18 Beethoven, L. Sonata in C, op 102 no 2 (1815). Quirine Viersen, vc; Silke Avenhaus, pf. Brilliant Classics 94425 18 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Derek Parker Handel, G. Overture to Il pastor fido, HWV8a (1712). English Concert/Trevor Pinnock. Archiv 479 1932 24 Mozart, W. Piano concerto no 5 in D, K175 (1773). English CO/Murray Perahia, pf & dir. Sony SX4K 46 442 22 Holst, G. Scherzo for orchestra. Munich SO/ Douglas Bostock. Classico CLASS 284 6 Beethoven, L. Symphony no 1 in C, op 21 (1799-1800). La Chambre Philharmonique/ Emmanuel Krivine. naïve V 5258 32 12:00 SWING SESSIONS with John Buchanan 13:00 DANCING WITH THE STARS Prepared by Carmel Wright Kodály, Z. Dances of Galánta (1933). Hungarian State SO/Adám Fischer. Nimbus NI 5284 17 Brahms, J. Hungarian dance no 5 (1852-69). Isaac Stern, vn; Columbia SO/Milton Katims. Sony SMK 64 537 3 Bartók, B. Dance suite (1923). BBC SO/ Pierre Boulez. Sony SM2K 64 100 18

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Tchaikovsky, P. Arabian dance, from The nutcracker (1892). Queensland SO/Werner Andreas Albert. ABC 438 195-2 3 Ponchielli, A. Dance of the hours, from La Gioconda (1876). O Victoria/Richard Divall. ABC 476 4621 9 14:00 THE YEAR 1785 Prepared by Rex Burgess Salieri, A. Overture to The cave of Trifonio (1785). Czecho-Slovak RSO/Michael Dittrich. Naxos 8.554838 6 Clementi, M. Sonata in F minor, op 13 no 6 (1785). Ian Hobson, pf. Arabesque Z 6594 15 Beethoven, L. Piano quartet no 3 in C, WoO36 (1785). Renaud Capuçon, vn; Lida Chen, va; Gautier Capuçon, vc; Martha Argerich, pf. EMI 3 58472 2 18 Wesley, S. Symphony no 3 in A (c1785). European Community CO/Jorg Faerber. Hyperion CDA 66156 15 Mozart, W. Fra L’oscure ombre funeste, from Davidde penitente, K469 (1785). Barbara Hendricks, sop; Justin Sillman, org; Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner. EMI 7 49283-2 7 Boccherini, L. Piano quartet in A, op 26 no 4 (1785-90). La Real Cámara. Glossa GCD 920312 12 Mozart, W. Fantasia in C minor, K475 (1785). Alfred Brendel, pf. Philips 456 727-2 12 Haydn, J. Symphony in E flat, Hob.I:84 (1786). Austro-Hungarian Haydn O/Adám Fischer. Nimbus NI 5419/20 23 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


Tuesday 25 October 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: Lang Lang Prepared by Jennifer Foong Chopin, F. Scherzo no 3 in C sharp minor, op 39 (1839). Sony 88875117612 7 Rachmaninov, S. Trio élégiaque no 1 in G minor (1892). Vadim Repin, vn; Mischa Maisky, vc. DG 479 2236 15 Du Ming-Xin. Straw hat dance. DG 477 9014 2 Albeniz, I. Iberia, bk 1 (1908). Sony 88697719012 21 Leoncavallo, R. April; The farewell. Placido Domingo, ten. DG 477 6633 4 Rachmaninov, S. Sonata no 2 in B flat minor, op 36 (1913/31). DG 479 2236 21 Liszt, F. Hungarian rhapsody no 2 in C sharp minor (1885). . DG 477 9014 9 Lang Lang, pf (all above) 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Michael Field Penderecki, K. Threnody for the victims of Hiroshima (1959-61). Polish Radio NSO/ Krzysztof Penderecki. EMI CDM 5 65077 2 10 Mozart, W. Bassoon concerto in B flat, K191 (1774). Gwydion Brooke, bn; Royal PO/ Thomas Beecham. EMI CDC 7 47864 2 18 Mahler, G. Symphony no 1 in D, Titan (1888/96). Concertgebouw O/Leonard Bernstein. DG 427 303-2 56 12:00 JAZZ RHYTHM with Jeannie McInnes

13:00 PORTRAITS FROM 20TH CENTURY Prepared by Emyr Evans Thomson, V. Five portraits (1940). Paul Jacobs, pf. LP Nonesuch D-79024 9 Kern, J. Mark Twain: portrait of an orchestra (1942). Cincinatti Pops O/Erich Kunzel. CCL CDG1138 10 Vaughan Williams, R. Ballad, The tunning of Elinor Rumming, from Five Tudor portraits (1935). Sarah Walker, mezz; Henry Herford, bar; Guildford Choral Society; Philharmonia O/Hilary Davan Wetton. Hyperion CDA66306 14 Tischenko, B. D. D. Shostakovich, a portrait, from 12 portraits for organ, op 113 (1992). Alexander Naoumenko, db; Hervé Désarbre, org. Le Chant du Monde LDC 7781124 12 Schulhoff, E. Three atmospheric portraits, op 12 (1913). Magdalena Kozená, mezz; Christoph Henschel, vn; Malcolm Martineau, pf. DG 471 581-2 6 14:00 DOUBLE TROUBLE Prepared by Katy Rogers-Davies Bach, J. Christian Sinfonia in E for double orchestra, op 18 no 5 (c1781). Failoni O/ Hanspeter Gmür. Naxos 8. 553367 15 Maconchy, E. Symphony for double string orchestra (1953). London SO/Vernon Handley. Lyrita SRCD 288 22 Vaughan Williams, R. Fantasia on a theme of Thomas Tallis (1910). Queensland SO/ Patrick Thomas. ABC 476 4565 15 Martinu, B. Concerto for double string orchestra, piano and timpani (1938). Jaroslav Saroun, pf; Vláclav Mazácek, timp; Czech PO/Jirí Belohlávek. Chandos CHAN 8950 22

16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Derek Parker 19:00 THE JAZZ BEAT with Lloyd Capps 20:00 RECENT RELEASES with David Garrett 22:00 CHAMBER SOIRÉE Chopin, F. Fantasie in F minor, op 49 (1841). Shura Cherkassky, pf. Ermitage ERM 185 2 ADD 12 Czerny, C. Andante e polacca, op 339 (1848). Andrew Clark, hn; Geoffrey Govier, fp. Helios CDH55074 11 Krommer, F. Octet-partita in F, op 57 (180710). Rotterdam Philharmonic Wind Ensemble. Brilliant Classics 93759 19 Mendelssohn, F. String quartet no 6 in F minor, op 80 (1847). Aurora String Quartet. Naxos 8.550861 25 Debussy, C. Rêverie (1890). Bert Lucarelli, ob; Susan Jolies, hp. Stradivari SCD-6133 5 Franck, C. Prelude, choral and fugue (1884). Dinorah Varsi, pf. Mediaphon MED 72.158 20 Ries, F. Sonate sentimentale in E flat, op 169. Vlad Weverbergh, cl; Vasily Ilisavsky, pf. Brilliant Classics 93684/2 19

MUSIC TRIVIA with Michael Morton-Evans 7. Which American pianist made an early living by playing mainly in brothels? Answers on page 46.

Kerry, G. Nocturne for double chamber orchestra (1995). Tasmanian SO/David Porcelijn. ABC 476 226-8 11 Tippett, M. Concerto for double string orchestra (1938-39). Scottish CO/Michael Tippett. Virgin VC 7 90701-2 25

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Janet Baker 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 Chris Blower Albinoni, T. Sonata in G minor, op 4 no 5 (1711). Locatelli Trio. Hyperion CDD22048 10 Bach, J.S. Trio sonata in G (arr. from BWV525 c1730). Members of Sydney Consort. Sydney Consort SC001 11 Guillemain, L-G. Sonata in A minor, op 5 no 1 (1739). Paul Wright, vn; Sophie Gent, vn. ABC 476 6996 8 Bach, J. Christian Sonata in E flat (1762; arr. Alain). John Foster, tpt; David Drury, org. ABC 476 639-8 8 Mozart, W. Sonata no 28 in E flat, K380 (1781). Fabio Biondi, vn; Olga Tverskaya, pf. Opus OPS 30-216 26 Beethoven, L. Sonata no 6 in F, op 10 no 2 (1796-98). Rudolf Serkin, pf. Sony SM3K 64490 16 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Rex Burgess Schumann, R. Overture, scherzo and finale, op 52 (1841-45). Seattle SO/Gerard Schwarz. Naxos 8.571214 18 Brahms, J. Song of destiny, op 54 (186871). Monteverdi Choir; O Révolutionnaire et Romantique/John Eliot Gardiner. Sol Deo Gloria SDG 702 16 Reger, M. Violin concerto in A, op 101 (1908). Susanne Laudenbacher, vn; Berlin SO/ Günther Wich. LP Intercard INT 160.817 49 40

12:00 JAZZ SKETCHES with Robert Vale

The Dutchman, a sea captain, invokes Satan

13:00 YOUNG VIRTUOSI

eternity. Every seven years he is able land.

14:00 IN CONVERSATION with Michael Morton-Evans

death he can cease his wanderings. Off the

and is condemned to sail the oceans for If he finds a woman who will be faithful until coast of Norway he collides with a vessel

15:00 MAHLER EXPLORED Prepared by Michael Morton-Evans

captained by Daland and, finding he has a

Mahler, G. Das Lied von der Erde, mvts 4 and 5 (1908-09). Janet Baker, mezz; James King, ten; Royal Concertgebouw O/Bernard Haitink. Philips 432 279-2 1:06

her hand in marriage. Senta tells her friends

Revelge, from Youth’s magic horn (1892-93; orch. 1898). Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar; London SO/George Szell. EMI CDC 7 47277-2 7

sail. Senta proves her devotion by throwing

Symphony no 8 in E flat, Symphony of a Thousand, final two mvts (1906). Cheryl Studer, sop; Angela Maria Blasi, sop; Sumi Jo, sop; Waltraud Meier, cont; Kazuko Nagai, cont; Keith Lewis, ten; Thomas Allen, bar; Hans Sotin, bass; Southend Boys Choir; Philharmonia Ch & O/Giuseppe Sinopoli. DG 459 406-2 12

Genuit, pf.

daughter, the Dutchman offers treasure for of her dreams of saving the Dutchman. When they meet their attraction is immediate. Senta ignores the pleading of her lover Erik, but the Dutchman fears her inconstancy and sets herself into the sea, saving him. Together they rise to heaven. Grand sonata in A, op 4 (1832). Werner LP Bellaphon EB 23 049 24 23:00 FROM THE CLASSICAL ERA Prepared by Frank Morrison Eberl, A. Piano trio in B flat, op 10 no 2. Pleyel Trio.

Symphony no 9 in D, mvt 2 (1909). London SO/Valery Gergeiv. LSO Live LSO0668 15

Christophorus CHE 0131-2 18

Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen, from Rückert-Lieder (1901-04). Katarina Karnéus, mezz; Gothenburg SO/Susanna Mälkki. BIS BIS-SACD-1600 7

Philips 420 189-2 10

Cimarosa, D. Oboe concerto in C (c1795; ed. Benjamin). Heinz Holliger, ob; I Musici.

Giuliani, M. Gran pot-pourri, op 126 (pub. 1817). Mikael Helasvuo, fl; Jukka Savijoki,

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gui.

19:00 JAZZ STARS AND STRIPES with Peter Mitchell

(pub.1769). London Mozart Players/Matthias

20:00 AT THE OPERA Prepared by Elaine Siversen Wagner, R. The flying Dutchman. Opera in three acts. Libretto by the composer. First performed Dresden, 1843. THE DUTCHMAN: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, bar DALAND: Gottlob Frick, bass SENTA: Marianne Schech, sop ERIK: Rudolf Schock, ten German Opera Choir; Staatskapelle Berlin/ Franz Konwitschny. Brilliant Classics 94664 2:20

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BIS CD-413 12 Gossec, F-J. Symphony in E flat, op 12 no 5 Bamert. Chandos CHAN 9661 13

MUSIC TRIVIA with Michael Morton-Evans 8. Which Australian pianist and organist, later to become Master of the Queen’s Musick, made an early living as a nightclub pianist? Answers on page 46.


Thursday 27 October 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 Martinu, B. Serenade no 4 (1951). Dimitri Ashkenazy, cl; David Rowden, cl; Andrew Haveron, vn; Amanda Verner, va; Paul Stender, vc. Fine Music concert recording 21 Glazunov, A. Fantasia, op 104 (1919-20). Joan Yarbrough, pf; Robert Cowan, pf. Pantheon D 20910 28 Hertel, J. Double concerto in E. Andreas Lorenz, ob; Virtuosi Saxoniae; Ludwig Güttler, tpt & dir. Berlin Classics 0012892BC 13 Rossini, G. Comic duet for two cats (1816). Elisabeth Schwarzkopt, sop; Victoria de los Angeles, sop; Gerald Moore, pf. LP HMV/WRC R 02333 4 Damase, J-M. Sonatine. Lipman Harp Duo. Harmonious Resonance HR20130313 15 10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Paul Cooke Salieri, A. Ballet: Les Danaïdes (1784). Mannheim Mozart O/Thomas Fey. Hänssler 98.506 23 Saint-Saëns, C. Piano concerto no 4 in C minor, op 44 (1875). Idel Biret, pf; Philharmonia O/James Loughran. Naxos 8.550334 30 Haydn, J. Symphony in E flat, Hob.I:103, Drum roll (1795). Symphony Nova Scotia/ Georg Tintner. Naxos 8.557236 30 12:00 JAZZ, PURE AND SIMPLE with Maureen Meers 13:00 DEUTSCHE WELLE CONCERT HOUR By courtesy of Radio Deutsche Welle

Anima Eterna Bruges/Jos van Immerseel (2 above) Radio Deutsche Welle transcription

Adam, A. Avec son petit air, from Le toréador (1849). Welsh National Opera O. Decca 458 927-2 8

14:00 STAR WARS Prepared by Randolph Magri-Overend

David, Felicien. Couplets du Musoli, from La perle du Brésil (c1857). William Bennett, fl; English CO. Decca 440 679-2 8

Allworth, R. Moonlight on the sea (1986). Sydney Mandolins/Adrian Hooper. Jade JADCD 1047 8 Beethoven, L. Sonata no 14 in C sharp minor, op 27 no 2, Moonlight (1801). Radu Lupu, pf. Decca 478 2826 17 Williams, J. Excerpts from A new hope, suite from film, Star wars IV (1977). Cantina Band; Los Angeles PO/Zubin Mehta. Decca 475 7470 30 Holst, G. The planets, op 32 (1914-16). Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit. Decca 417 553-2 53 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Marilyn Schock 19:00 THE NEW JAZZ STANDARD with Frank Presley 20:00 LIVE AND LOCAL Sydney Wind Quartet with Guy Henderson and Rachel Valler Recorded by George Hilgevoord for FINE MUSIC Mozart, W. Quintet, after Piano sonata in B flat, K570 (1789; arr. Pikler). 15

Richard Bonynge, cond (2 above) Sumi Jo, sop (all above) 22:00 DIFFERING PATHS OF THE 20TH CENTURY Prepared by Paul Cooke Rawsthorne, A. Sonata in C (1948). Paul Watkins, vc; Huw Watkins, pf. Chandos CHAN 10818 15 Tippett, M. Piano concerto (1953-55). Howard Shelley, pf; Bournemouth SO/ Richard Hickox. Chandos CHAN 9333 35 Weir, J. King Harold’s saga (1979). Rowena Crowley, sop; Song Company. Fine Music Tape Archive 15 Brian, H. Symphony no 15 (1960). RTÉ National SO/Tony Rowe. Naxos 8.572014 23 Leighton, K. Prelude, hymn and toccata, op 96 (1987). Anthony Goldstone, pf; Caroline Clemmow, pf. Divine Art 25024 21

Thuille, L. Sextet, op 6 (1886-88). Rachel Valler, pf. 29 Sydney Wind Quartet (2 above) Beethoven, L. Quintet in E flat, op 16 (1796). Guy Henderson, ob; Gabor Reeves, cl; Gordon Skinner, bn; Anthony Buddle, hn; Rachel Valler, pf. 27 21:30 AT THE FRENCH OPERA with Sumi Jo and Richard Bonynge Prepared by Rex Burgess Auber, D-F-E. Flamme vengeresse, from Le domino noir (1837). Decca 440 679-2 3

Schubert, F. Overture to The magic harp, D644 (1820).

Balfe, M. Rêves d’amour, rêves de gloire (1843). Decca 440 679-2 5

Onslow, G. Symphony no 4 in G, op 71.

English CO/Richard Bonynge (2 above)

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Friday 28 October 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 Sheila Catzel Korngold, E. String quartet no 3 in D, op 34 (1945). Chilingirian Quartet. RCA GD 87889 26 Lloyd Webber, W. Serenade for strings (1951-80). City of London Sinfonia/Richard Hickox. Chandos CHAN 9595 10 Nielsen, C. String quintet in G (1888). Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble. Chandos CHAN 9258 24

Come scoglio, from Così fan tutte, K588 (1790). Isobel Buchanan, sop; John Pringle, bar; Queensland SO/Richard Bonynge. ABC 432 249-2 4 Sull’aria .. Ricavete, O padroncina, queste rose, from The marriage of Figaro, K579 (1789). Barbara Bonney, sop; Arleen Auger, sop; Drottningholm Court Theatre Ch & O/ Arnold Östman. Decca 460571-2 4

Martinu, B. Rhapsody (1928). Czech PO/Jirí Belohlávek. Supraphon 10 4140-2 12

Wieniawski, J. Piano concerto in G minor, op 20 (1858). Hamish Milne, pf; BBC Scottish SO/Michal Dworzynski. Hyperion CDA67791 29

Benda, F. Flute concerto in E minor. Jean-Pierre Rampal, fl; Prague CO/Milan Munclinger. Supraphon SU 3648-2 23

Karlowicz, M. Symphony in E minor, op 7, Rebirth (1903). BBC PO/Gianandrea Noseda. Chandos CHAN 10171 40

Kozeluch, L. Sonata in F minor, op 38 no 3 (1793). Christine Faron, fp. Schwann 3-1059-2 19

Pikler, G. Woodwind trio. Leah Lock, fl; Deborah de Graaff, cl; John Martin, pf. Three Bracelets 94504 47232 7 13:30 MOZART ARIAS AND DUETS Prepared by Gael Golla Mozart, W. Là ci darem la mano, from Don Giovanni, K527 (1787). Cecilia Bartoli, mezz; Bryn Terfel, bass-bar; Santa Cecilia Academy O/Myung Whun-Chung. Decca 478 2558 3

Mendelssohn, F. Symphony no 5 in D minor, op 107, Reformation (1832). Tasmanian SO/ Sebastian Lang-Lessing. ABC 476 3623 30 22:00 BAROQUE AND BEFORE Prepared by Rex Burgess

Isabella Leonarda. Vanne lunge, o munde infide, op 11 no 2 (pub. 1684); Iubila gaude, op15 no 5 (pub. 1690). Jane Edwards, sop; Marshall McGuire, hp; Erin Helyard, hpd. Artworks AW033 11

Suk, J. Piano quartet in A minor, op 1 (1891). Members of Nash Ensemble. Helios CDH55416 23

Keats, B. Fantasies and wildness (2014). Judy Diez d’Aux, fl; Peter Sheridan, fl; Lachlan Dent, vc. Move MD 3403 16

Lekeu, G. Adagio for orchestral quartet (1891). Ensemble Musique Oblique. Harmonia Mundi 1901 455 10

14:00 BOHEMIAN DELIGHTS Prepared by Ross Hayes

10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Sheila Catzel

13:00 PATRICK THOMAS PRESENTS Power of three

Ernst, H. Othello fantasy, after Rossini, op 11 (1839). Ilya Gringolts, vn; Ashley Wass, pf. Hyperion CDA67619 15

Lalande, M-R. de Third suite, from Symphonies for the King’s supper. Ensemble La Symphonie de Marais/Hugo Reyne. Harmonia Mundi HMC 901 337/40 18

Fibich, Z. Comenius festival overture (1892). Czech National SO/Marek Štilec. Naxos 8.573310 12

12:00 A JAZZ HOUR with Barry O’Sullivan

horns. Horns of Czech PO. Supraphon 11 0780-2 12

Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen, from The magic flute, K620 (1791). Bryn Terfel, bass-bar; Duncan Williams, glockenspiel. DG 477 6686 4

Ravel, M. Duo (1922). Jen Hoy, vn; Svetlana Bogosavljevic, vc. Fine Music concert recording 21

Rossini, G. Overture to Ricciardo e Zoraide (1820). Academy of St Martin in the Fields/ Neville Marriner. Philips 473 967-2 12

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Principessa, a tuoi sguardi (original version), from Idomeneo, K489 (1781). Edith Mathis, sop; Peter Schreier, ten; Staatskapelle Dresden/Karl Böhm. Philips 464 880-2 7

Vanhal, J. Symphony in A. Václav Kunt, fl; Jan Kolár, ob; Karel Synek, bn; Prague CO/ Oldrich Vlcek. Supraphon 11 0756-2 19 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 Prepared by Phil Vendy

Corrette, M. Organ concerto in F, op 26 no 5 (pub. 1756). René Saorgin, org; Nice Baroque Ensemble/Gilbert Bezzina. Harmonia Mundi HMA 2905148 9 Caccini, F. Maria, dolce Maria; Se muove a guirar fede (pub. 1618). Jane Edwards, sop; Marshall McGuire, hp. Artworks AW033 7 Mondonville, J-J. de Sonata en symphony no 2, op 3. Les Musiciens du Louvre/Mark Minkowski. Archiv 457 600-2 7 Strozzi, B. Pensaci ben mio core, op 7 (pub. 1659); L’Eraclito amoroso, op 2 (pub. 1651). Jane Edwards, sop; Marshall McGuire, hp; Erin Helyard, hpd. Artworks AW033 11 Charpentier, M-A. Theatre music for Andromède (1682). London Baroque. Harmonia Mundi HMA 1901244 13 Anon. Vetus abit litera; Sol sub nube latuti. 6 Anon. Vetus abit littera; Purgator criminum. Margaret Philpot, cont. 9 Blondel de Nesle. Ma joie me semont. 2

Servais, A-F. Grand fantasy, Souvenir of Bade, op 20. Smithsonian Chamber Players. EMI CDC 7 49009 2 14

Anon. Ver pacis apperit; Etas auri reditur. John Mark Ainsley, ten. 8

Vieuxtemps, H. Violin concerto no 4 in D minor, op 31 (c1850). Itzhak Perlman, vn; Paris O/Daniel Barenboim. EMI CDC 7 47165 2 30

Anon. Hac in anni ianua; Mundus vergens. 6

Mechura, L. Quartet in E flat for french

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Saturday 29 October 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SATURDAY MORNING MUSIC with Arek Sinanian 9:00 WHAT’S ON IN MUSIC Our weekly guide to musical events in and around Sydney 9:05 ORCHESTRAS AROUND THE WORLD City of Birmingham Orchestra Prepared by Derek Parker Beethoven, L. Overture to The creatures of Prometheus, op 43 (1800-01). Walter Weller, cond. Chandos CHAN 7028 5 Strauss, R. Til Eulenspiegel’s merry pranks, op 28 (1894-95). Andris Nelsons, cond. Orfeo C 878 141 A 15 Vaughan Williams, R. Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis (1910). Norman del Mar, cond. Varèse-Sarabande VCD47248 14 Grainger, P. Lincolnshire posy for military band (1939). Simon Rattle, cond. EMI 5 56412 2 17 Ibert, J. Divertissement (1930). Louis Frémaux, cond. EMI 5 66010 2 14 Vaughan Williams, R. The lark ascending (1914/20). Nigel Kennedy, vn; Simon Rattle, cond. EMI 5 62813 2 18 City of Birmingham O (all above) 10:30 SMALL FORCES Prepared by Derek Parker Haydn, J. Piano trio in E flat, hob.XV:11 (1789). Bartolozzi trio. Naxos 8.573128 14 Danzi, F. Wind quintet in G minor, op 56 no 2 (pub. 1821). Vienna-Berlin Ensemble. DG 423 591-2 14 Elgar, E. String quartet in E minor, op 83 (1918). Goldner String Quartet. Hyperion CDA67857 28 11:30 ON PARADE Prepared by Robert Small Puts, K. Millenium cannons (2002; arr. Spede). 8 Mackey, J. Kingfishers catch fire (2007). 6 Kuster, K. Lost Gulch Lookout (2008). 10 University of Georgia Wind Ensemble/John P. Lynch (all above) Naxos 8.572231 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 CLASSICAL PIANO Prepared by Chris Blower Clementi, M. Sonata in C, op 20 (1787). Howard Shelley, pf. Hyperion CDA67729 15 Edelmann, J-F. Sonata in F, op 10 no 1 (1782). Sylvie Pécot-Douatte, pf. Calliope CAL 9296 11 Schubert, F. Moments musicaux, D780 (182328). Tessa Birnie, pf. ABC 476 647-9 28

Reinecke, C. Fantasy pieces for viola and piano, op 43. Zaslav Duo. Music & Arts 1087(2) 13 Hill, A. Quartet no 5 in E flat, mvt 2 (1915). Dominion String Quartet. Naxos 8.572446 7 Strauss, R. Romance in F (1883). Heinrich Schiff, vc; Kurt Masur, cond. Philips 426 262-2 9

15:00 GAYANÉ

Brahms, J. Academic Festival overture, op 80 (1880). Riccardo Chailly, cond. Decca 478 5344 9

Khachaturian, A. Ballet: Gayané (1942). USSR RTV SO/Jansug Kakhidze. Melodiya C 10-10531-6 2:21

Bruch, M. Adagio appassionato, op 57 (1890). Salvatore Accardo, vn; Kurt Masur, cond. Philips 462 164-2 10

17:30 EIGHTEENTH CENTURY EXPATRIATES Prepared by Jennifer Foong Scheibe, J. Sinfonia in B flat. Combattimento Consort Amsterdam/Jan Willem de Vriend. Radio Netherlands MCCP121 10 Paisible, J. Sett in B flat, from Six setts of Aires (pub. 1720). Musica Barocca. Naxos 8.555045 10 Pepusch, J. Fill ev’ry glass, from The Beggar’s opera. Patrizia Kwella, sop; Paul Elliott, ten; Broadside Band/Jeremy Barlow. Harmonia Mundi HMC 901071 3 Dieupart, C. Recorder suite in G (pub. 1701). Frans Brüggen, rec; Nikolaus Harnoncourt, va da gamba; Gustav Leonhardt, hpd. LP Telefunken SMA 25073 14 Hasse, J. Padre inguisto, from Cajo Fabricio (1732). Vivica Genaux, mezz; Capella Gabetta/Andrés Gabetta. Sony 88691944592 7 Locatelli, P. Concerto grosso in E flat, op 7 no 6, Il pianto d’Arianna (pub. 1741). Enrico Onofri, vn; Il Giardino Armonico/Giovanni Antonini. naïve OP 30399 18 Handel, G. The many rend the skies with loud applause, from Alexander’s feast, HWV75. Monteverdi Choir; English Baroque Soloists/ John Eliot Gardiner. Philips 456 502-2 4 Agrell, J. Flute concerto in D (c1750). Maria Bania, fl; Concerto Copenhagen/Andrew Manze. Chandos CHAN 0535 15 19:00 THE MAGIC OF STAGE AND SCREEN Prepared by Sue Jowell How about you: Burton Laine 20:00 INFLUENCES AND CONNECTIONS Alfred Hill Prepared by Elaine Siversen Schreck, G. Der Herr ist mein Hirte. Matthias Monrad Møller, alto; St Thomas Boys’ Choir, Leipzig. Rondeau ROP 4030 5

Gewandhaus O (3 above) Hill, M. Andante (1971). Adelaide SO/Henry Krips. LP ABC AC 1013 6 Agnew, R. Tocata (1933). Tamara-Anna Cislowska, pf. ABC 476 629-8 4 Antill, J. Welcome ceremony, from Corroboree, symphonic ballet (1950). Sydney SO/John Lanchbery. EMI CDOASD 793060 11 Hart, F. Five songs to text by William Sharp, op 64 (1927). Merlyn Quaife, sop; Michael Kieran Harvey, pf. Tall Poppies TP155 7 Hill, A. Waiata poi (1896-1902). Peter Dawson, bass-bar. ASV AJA 5114 3 Symphony no 4 in C minor, The pursuit of happiness (1955). Melbourne SO/Wilfred Lehmann. Marco Polo 8.220345 19 22:00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME Prepared by Lolita Emmanuel Saint-Saëns, C. Piano concerto no 5 in F, op 103, Egyptian (1896). Duncan Gifford, pf; Tasmanian SO/Sebastian Lang-Lessing. ABC 476 192-8 29 Whitacre, E. Three songs of faith. Eric Whitacre Singers/Eric Whitacre. Decca 478 3640 13 Mozart, W. Quintet no 4 in G minor, K516 (1787). William Primrose, va; Griller String Quartet. Vanguard OVC 8024 34 Tchaikovsky, P. Violin concerto in D, op 35 (1878). Itzhak Perlman, vn; Philadelphia O/ Eugene Ormandy. EMI CMS 7 64922 2 37

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Sunday 30 October 0:00 CLASSIC-ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT 6:00 SUNDAY MORNING MUSIC with John Yates 9:00 MUSICA SACRA Prepared by Stephen Matthews Bach, J.S. Missa brevis in G minor, BWV234 (1737-38). Susan Gritto, sop; Robin Blaze, ct; Mark Padmore, ten; Peter Harvey, bass; Robert Woolley, org. Chaconne CHAN 0642 31 10:00 THE CLASSICAL ERA Prepared by Lolita Emmanuel Spohr, L. String quartet in E flat, op 29 no 1 (1815). Sonare Quartet. LP MD+G G1144 25 Stamitz, C. Clarinet concerto no 10 in B flat. Kálmán Berkes, cl; Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia/Béla Drahos. Naxos 8.554339 16

Zelenka, J. Excerpts from Missa Purificationis, ZWV16 (1733). Ensemble Inégal; Prague Baroque Soloists/Adam Viktora. Nibiru 0147-2211 20 Excerpts from Missa Votiva, ZWV1 (1739). Zig Zag 080801 10 The Penitents at the Redeemer’s tomb, ZWV63. Harmonia Mundi ZZT090803 18 Collegium 1704; Collegium Vocale 1704/ Václuv Luks (2 above) Excerpts from Il Diamante, ZWV177 (c1737). Ensemble Inégal; Prague Baroque Soloists/ Adam Viktora. Nibiru 01512232 19

Schubert, F. Erlkönig, D328 (1815). Waltraud Meier, mezz; Joseph Breinl, pf. Farao B 108033 5

Barbara, dira effera, ZWV164 (1733). Alex Potter, ct; Capriccio Barokorchester/Dominik Kiefer. Pan Classics PC10274 18

Dittersdorf, C. Symphony in D, The fall of Phaëton (pub. 1767). Failoni O/Hanspeter Gmür. Naxos 8.553368 23

Excerpts from Missa Omnium Sanctorum, ZWV21. Collegium 1704; Collegium Vocale 1704/Václuv Luks. Nibiru 01542231 11

Beethoven, L. Piano concerto no 3 in C minor, op 37 (c1800). Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, pf; Vienna SO/Carlo Maria Giulini. DG 423 230-2 40

Benedictus; Agnus Dei, from Requiem in D minor, ZWV48 (c1730-32). Ensemble Baroque 1994; Czech Chamber Choir/Roman Válek. Supraphon SU 0052-2 9

12:00 SYDNEY JAZZ CLUB PRESENTS Classic jazz and ragtime with Jeannie McInnes

17:00 HOSANNA Prepared by Jeremy Hall

13:00 WORLD MUSIC: Whirled Wide 14:00 MUSIC OF ELGAR AND VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Prepared by Frank Morrison Elgar, E. Cello concerto in E minor, op 85 (1919). Jacqueline du Pré, vc; Philadelphia O/Daniel Barenboim. Sony SB2K 63247 31 Vaughan Williams, R. Songs of travel (1904). Thomas Allen, bar; City of Birmingham SO/Simon Rattle. EMI 7 64731 2 23 44

15:00 ZELENKA AFTER AUGUSTUS-THESTRONG Prepared by Stephen Matthews

Hymn: For all the saints. Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge; Christopher Allsop, org; Richard Marlow, cond. Conifer 7 5605 51249 2 5 Harris, W. Holy is the true light. Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge/Andrew Nethsingha. Chandos CHAN 10872 2

Harwood, B. O how glorious is the kingdom. Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral; Andrew Lucas, org; John Scott, cond. Hyperion CDA66618 6 Victoria, T. de O Quam gloriosum. Choir of Westminster Cathedral/David Hill. Hyperion CDA66114 3 Brahms, J. Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen. Choir of St James’, King Street; Anthony Hunt, Anthony Legge, pf; Warren Trevelyan-Jones, cond. 6 Parry, H. Crossing the Bar. 3 Lewis, G. The souls of the righteous. 8 Choir of Jesus College, Cambridge/Mark Williams (2 above) Signum SIGCD328 Thalben-Ball, G. Elegy. Christopher Herrick, org. Hyperion CDA67060 5 18:00 SYDNEY SOCIETY OF RECORDER PLAYERS Prepared by Susan Bell Dunstable, J. Antiphon: Sub tuam protectionem. Harma Everts, voice; Stephanie Brandt, rec; Maria Martinez Ayerza, rec. Lindoro NL-3012 3 Tallis, T. O sacrum convivium, from Cantiones sacrae (pub.1575). 5 Holborne, A. The image of melancholy; The fruit of love; Almain, from Pavanes, galliards, almains and other short aeirs (pub.1599). 8 Seldom Sene (2 above) Brilliant Classics 94871 Paisible, J. Sonata quarta in C minor. Salut! Baroque. Salut! Baroque SAL 001 8

Stanford, C. Villiers Psalm 149. Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral; Huw Williams, org; John Scott, cond. Hyperion CDS44101/12 3

Purcell, H. Fantasia no 8 (1680). Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet. L’Oiseau-Lyre 421 130-2 4

Magnificat; Nunc Dimittis in C, op 115. Winchester Cathedral Choir; Stephen Farr, org; David Hill, cond. Hyperion CDS44311 9

Handel, G. Aria: Par che mi nasca in seno, from Tamerlano, HWV18 (1724). Genevieve Lacey, rec; Daniel Yeadon, vc; Neal Peres Da Costa, org. ABC 476 5105 7

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Monday 31 October

Sunday 30 October Murrill, H. Sonata. Dan Laurin, rec; Anna Paradiso, hpd. BIS BIS-CD-1785 7 Fulton, N. Prelude; Air; Musette, from Scottish suite (1954). Piers Adams, rec; Julian Rhodes, pf. Red Priest Recordings RP 010 6 Trad. King William’s rambles (arr. Paul Leenhouts). Royal Wind Music/Paul Leenhouts. Lindoro NL-3014 2

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: 1833 Prepared by Jennifer Foong

13:00 CELEBRATING JAMES LEVINE Prepared by Emyr Evans Smetana, B. Overture to The bartered bride. Vienna PO. DG 419 768-2 7 Donizetti, G. Tombe degli ai miei, from Lucia di Lammermoor (1835). Plácido Domingo,

19:00 SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERT Prepared by Kathleen Notohamiprodjo

Spohr, L. Concertante no 1 in B minor, op 88 (1833). Henning Kraggerud, vn; Øyvind Bjorå, vn; Oslo Camerata; Barratt Due CO/Stephan Barratt-Due. Naxos 8.570840 23

Rossini, G. Overture to The thieving magpie (1817). Tasmanian SO/Ola Rudner. ABC 476 259-9 10

Glinka, M. The nightingale (1833; arr. Yu). Australia Pro Arte CO/Jeffrey Crellin. Move MD 3312 7

DG 445 866-2 8

Bach, J.S. Orchestral suite no 3 in D, BWV1068 (c1729-31). Bach Collegium Japan O/Masaaki Suzuki. BIS SACD-1431 23

Chopin, F. Bolero in C, op 19 (1833). Vladimir Ashkenazy, pf. DG 477 8445 7

Mozart, W. Violin concerto no 1 in B flat,

Haydn, J. Cello concerto no 2 in D, Hob. VIIb:2 (1783). Heinrich Schiff, vc; Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner. Philips 420 923-2 24

Bellini, V. Angiol di pace, from Beatrice di Tenda (1833). Joan Sutherland, sop; Marilyn Horne, mezz; Luciano Pavarotti, ten; New York City Opera O/Richard Bonynge. ABC 480 5629 3

DG 427 813-2 29

Schumann, R. Variations on a theme by Clara Wieck, op 14 (1833). Byron Janis, pf. Mercury 434 333-2 7

Philips 426 261-2 29

Stravinsky, I. Suite: Petrushka (1919). Chicago SO/Carlo Maria Giulini. EMI 5 85974 2 24 20:30 NEW HORIZONS Prepared by Robert Small

ten. DG 429 374-2 8 Borodin, A. My tortured soul, from Prince Igor (1887). Bryn Terfel, bass-bar.

Metropolitan Opera O (2 above)

K207 (1773); Adagio in E, K261 (1776). Itzhak Perlman, vn; Vienna PO.

James Levine, cond (all above) Schoenberg, A. Cabaret songs (1901). Jessye Norman, sop; James Levine, pf. 14:30 A FRENCH CONCERT Gounod, C. Messe solennelle de Sainte

Higdon, J. Trio: Pale yellow/Fiery red. Muses Piano trio. Muses Trio The Spirit and the Maiden 14

Mendelssohn, F. Concert piece in D minor, op 114 (1833). Thea King, cl; Georgina Dobrée, bshn; London SO/Alun Francis. Hyperion CDD 22017 9

Bryant, S. Concerto for wind ensemble (2007-10). Ohio State University Wind SO/ Russel C. Mikkelson. Naxos 8.573446 35

Taubert, W. Piano concerto no 1 in E, op 18 (1833). Tasmanian SO/Howard Shelley, pf & dir. Hyperion CDA67765 23

Des Concerts Du Conservatoire/Jean-Claude

Williams, J. Odd numbers. John Williams, gui. JCW Recordings JCW2 3

10:30 MORNING CONCERT Prepared by Elaine Siversen

Higdon, J. Violin concerto (2008). Hilary Hahn, vn; Royal Liverpool PO/Vasily Petrenko. DG 477 8777 32

Hummel, J. Suite from Das Zauberglöckchen (1837). London Mozart Players/Howard Shelley. Chandos CHAN 9925 16

22:00 AFTER HOURS JAZZ with Kevin Jones

Bach, C.P.E. Cello concerto in A, Wq172 (c1753). Alison McGillivray, vc; English Concert/Andrew Manze. Harmonia Mundi HMU 907403 20 Dvorák, A. Symphony no 6 in D, op 60 (1880). Baltimore SO/Marin Alsop. Naxos 8.570995 46 12:00 SWING SESSIONS with John Buchanan

Cécile. Pilar Lorengar, sop; Heinz Hoppe, ten; Franz Crass, bass; Choeurs René Duclos; Henriette Puig-Roget, org; O De La Société Hartemann. EMI 5 74565 2 45 Franck, C. Symphony in D minor (1887-88). Concertgebouw O/Willem van Otterloo. IMP IMPX 9037 37 16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm with Ross Hayes 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 October 2016

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The following composers have works of at least five minutes on the October dates listed Abbott, K. b1971 2 Abel, C. 1723-1787 7 Adam, A. 1803-1856 27 Adams, J. b1947 23 Agrell, J. 1701-1765 29 Albeniz, I. 1860-1909 14,25 Albéniz, I. 1860-1909 14,25 Albinoni, T. 1671-1751 26 Alkan, C-V. 1813-1888 13 Allegri, G. 1582-1652 7,16 Allworth, R. b1943 27 Antheil, G. 1900-1959 23 Antill, J. 1904-1986 29 Arensky, A. 1861-1906 1 Arne, T. 1710-1778 7

Caccini, F. 1587-1640 28 Caplet, A. 1878-1925 21 Carmichael, J. b1930 14,21 Carulli, F. 1770-1841 7,9,23 Cavalli, F. 1602-1676 21 Chabrier, E. 1841-1894 4 Chaminade, C. 18571944 8 Charpentier, M-A. 16351704 28 Chausson, E. 1855-1899 13,19 Cherubini, L. 1760-1842 9 Chopin, F. 1810-1849 3,6,11,16,23,25,31 Cimarosa, D. 1749-1801 26 Bach, C.P.E. 1714-1788 7,31 Clementi, M. 1752-1832 Bach, J. Christian 17359,21,24,29 1782 2,25,26 Clérambault, L-N. 1676Bach, J.S. 1685-1750 2, 1749 5 6,7,9,10,13,14,15,21,22,2 Coates, E. 1886-1957 6 3,26,30 Corrette, M. 1709-1795 28 Bach, W.F. 1710-1784 12 Couperin, F. 1668-1733 5 Baguer, C. 1768-1808 2 Czerny, C. 1791-1857 Balakirev, M. 1837-1910 22,25 7,8,16 Balfe, M. 1808-1870 27 d’Indy, V. 1851-1931 3 Bantock, G. 1868-1946 9 Damase, J-M. b1928 27 Barber, S. 1910-1981 7 Danzi, F. 1763-1826 19,29 Barry, J. b1933 22 Daugherty, M. b1954 23 Bartók, B. 1881-1945 Daverne, G. 20th c 3 6,14,20,21,24 David, Felicien. 1810-1876 27 Baston, J. fl 1711-1733 10 Debussy, C. 1862-1918 Bax, A. 1883-1953 7,20 15,21,25 Beethoven, L. 1770-1827 1, Delius, F. 1862-1934 9 2,8,11,12,15,17,23,24,26,2 Devienne, F. 1759-1803 18 7,29,30 Dieupart, C. c1667-c1740 Benda, F. 1709-1786 28 5,29 Berg, A. 1885-1935 4 Dittersdorf, C. 1739-1799 Berlioz, H. 1803-1869 2,30 1,2,3,20 Donizetti, G. 1797-1848 Bernstein, L. 1918-1990 7,9,31 1,20 Dring, M. 1923-1977 20 Berwald, F. 1796-1868 Duda, J. b1968 6 3,18,22 Dukas, P. 1865-1935 6 Biber, H. 1644-1704 7 Durlet, E. 1893-1977 13 Bingham, J. b1952 2 Dvorák, A. 1841-1904 Birtwistle, H. b1934 9 8,16,31 Bizet, G. 1838-1875 7,9,15 Boccherini, L. 1743-1805 Eakin, C. b1927 6 9,15,22,24 Eberl, A. 1765-1807 26 Bock, J. b1928 22 Edelmann, J-F. 1749-1794 29 Boeck, A. de 1865-1937 Edwards, R. b1943 18 13 Elgar, E. 1857-1934 Boismortier, J. de 168911,14,15,20,21,29,30 1755 5,10 Enescu, G. 1881-1955 3,14 Bononcini, G. 1670-1747 7 Englund, E 1916-1999 6 Borodin, A. 1833-1887 1,31 Ernst, H. 1814-1865 28 Bottesini, G. 1821-1889 6,8,13 Falla, M. de 1876-1946 1 Bowles, P. 1910-1999 15 Farrenc, L. 1804-1875 18 Boyd, A. b1946 3 Fauré, G. 1845-1924 4 Brahms, J. 1833-1897 Ferro, M. d 1662 21 1,2,7,9,13,20,21,26,29,30 Fibich, Z. 1850-1900 28 Brian, H. 1876-1972 27 Field, J. 1782-1837 17 Britten, B. 1913-1976 Finger, G. 1660-1723 11 1,8,14,21 Foerster, J. 1859-1951 12 Bruch, M. 1838-1920 29 Fontijn, J. b1930 13 Bruckner, A. 1824-1896 20 Franck, C. 1822-1890 Bryant, S. b1972 30 4,10,17,25,31 Burgmüller, N. 1810-1836 Froberger, J. 1616-1667 21 6,20 Fulton, N. 1909-1980 30 Busoni, F. 1866-1924 8 Fürstenau, A. 1792-1852 1 Butterworth, G. 18851916 9 Gade, N. 1817-1890 21 Byrd, W. 1543-1623 9 Galuppi, B. 1706-1785 6

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Gardiner, H. Balfour 18771950 23 Gerrard, L. b1961 16 Gershwin, G. 1898-1937 2,8,11,20,22,23 Giuliani, M. 1781-1829 9,26 Glanville-Hicks, P. 19121990 15 Glazunov, A. 1865-1936 27 Glinka, M. 1804-1857 10,14,31 Godowsky, L. 1870-1938 23 Goldmark, K. 1830-1915 21 Gorb, A. b1958 23 Gossec, F-J. 1734-1829 26 Gounod, C. 1818-1893 12,21,31 Grainger, P. 1882-1961 29 Grechaninov, A. 18641956 18 Greenwood, J. b1971 2 Grétry, A-E-M. 1741-1813 10,12,16 Grieg, E. 1843-1907 1,9,14,15 Guillemain, L-G. 17051770 26

Kodály, Z. 1882-1967 24 Koehne, G. b1956 23 Kokkonen, J. b1921 6 Korngold, E. 1897-1957 8,28 Kozeluch, L. 1747-1818 15,28 Krenek, E. 1900-1991 4 Krommer, F. 1759-1831 25 Kuhlau, F. 1786-1832 20 Kuster, K. b1973 29 Lalande, M-R. de 16571726 5,28 Lalo, E. 1823-1892 15,18 Lee, R. 20th c 18 Lehár, F. 1870-1948 17 Leighton, K. b1929 27 Lekeu, G. 1870-1894 4,12,28 Leonard, H. 1819-1890 4 Lewis, G. b1958 30 Ligeti, G. 1923-2006 6 Liszt, F. 1811-1886 2,14,16,25 Lloyd Webber, W. 19141982 20,28 Lloyd, G. b1913 4 Locatelli, P. 1695-1764 29 Locke, M. c1621-1677 21,23 Lully, J-B. 1632-1687 13,15,21 Lyapunov, S. 1859-1924 9

Paganini, N. 1782-1840 2,14,22 Paisible, J. 1650-1721 29,30 Parry, H. 1848-1918 17 Pärt, A. b1935 8,10 Penderecki, K. b1933 25 Pergolesi, G. 1710-1736 22 Pikler, G. b1910 28 Pleyel, I. 1757-1831 22,23 Ponce, M. 1882-1948 11 Ponchielli, A. 1834-1886 24 Poulenc, F. 1899-1963 23 Prokofiev, S. 1891-1953 22,23 Purcell, H. 1659-1695 23 Puts, K. b1972 8,29

Rachmaninov, S. 18731943 1,11,16,18,25 Raff, J. 1822-1882 18 Rameau, J-P. 1683-1764 2 Rautavaara, E. b1928 6 Ravel, M. 1875-1937 8,11,15,20,28 Rawsthorne, A. 1905-1971 27 Reger, M. 1873-1916 22,26 Reinecke, C. 1824-1910 29 Handel, G. 1685-1759 Respighi, O. 1879-1936 6,7,8,9,10,13,23,24,30 10,16,17 Hanmer, R. 1917-1996 7 Ries, F. 1784-1838 1,16,25 Hart, F. 1874-1949 15,29 Rimsky-Korsakov, N. 1844Harwood, B. 1859-1949 30 1908 7,12,22 Hasse, J. 1699-1783 29 Rodrigo, J. 1901-1999 22 Haydn, J. 1732-1809 1,2 Mackenzie, A. 1847-1935 14 Romberg, A. 1767-1821 23 ,3,13,15,16,18,19,22,24,2 Mackey, J. b1973 29 Rossini, G. 1792-1868 7,29,30 Maconchy, E. 1907-1994 25 11,28,30 Hayes, W. 1708-1777 7 Mahler, G. 1860-1911 Rubinstein, A. 1829-1894 Hertel, J. 1727-1789 27 1,5,8,11,12,25,26 6,12 Herzogenberg, H. 1843Mainerio, G. c1535-1582 19 1900 20 Martinu, B. 1890-1959 Saariaho, K. b1952 9 Higdon, J. b1962 30 20,25,27,28 Saint-Saëns, C. 1835-1921 Hill, A. 1870-1960 29 Massenet, J. 1842-1912 15 2,7,15,20,21,27,29 Hill, M. 1889-1986 29 Salieri, A. 1750-1825 Hoffmeister, F. 1754-1812 4 Matsumura, T. b1929 18 Holborne, A. fl c1584-1602 30 Mechura, L. 1804-1870 28 9,24,27 Medtner, N. 1880-1951 14 Satie, E. 1866-1925 15 Holst, G. 1874-1934 Mendelssohn, F. 1809-1847 Scheibe, J. 1708-1776 29 14,24,27 1,3,9,14,15,25,28,31 Schmelzer, J. c1620-1680 7 Hotteterre, J-M. 1674Milhaud, D. 1892-1974 21 Schmitt, F. 1870-1958 21 1763 4 Mondonville, J-J. de 1711Schnittke, A. 1934-1998 18 Hovhaness, A. 1911-2000 1772 5,28 Schobert, J. 1740-1767 16 Monn, M. 1717-1750 9 6,16 Howells, H. 1892-1983 23 Morris, C. 20th c 2 Schoenberg, A. 1874-1951 Hummel, J. 1778-1837 Mosonyi, M. 1815-1870 21 22,31 11,19,31 Mozart, F. 1791-1844 18 Schreck, G. 1849-1918 29 Humperdinck, E. 1854Mozart, L. 1719-1787 Schubert, F. 1797-1828 1921 14 6,7,18 1,2,5,7,8,14,17,22,23,24,29 Hurst, M. b1925 7 Mozart, W. 1756-1791 1,2,4 Schulhoff, E. 1894-1942 25 ,6,8,10,11,12,13,14,16,18,19 Schumann, C. 1819-1896 8 Ibert, J. 1890-1962 29 ,20,23,24,25,26,27,29,31 Schumann, R. 1810-1856 Isabella Leonarda. 1620Murrill, H. 1909-1952 30 1,3,8,11,13,20,26,31 1704 28 Mussorgsky, M. 1839Schütz, H. 1585-1672 21 1881 9 Sculthorpe, P. b1929 21 Janácek, L. 1854-1928 8 Myslive?ek, J. 1737-1781 23 Servais, A-F. 1807-1866 28 Johannson, J. b1969 16 Sheppard, J. c1515-c1560 23 Jongen, J. 1873-1953 13 Nagasawa, K. b1933 18 Shostakovich, D. 1906-1975 2,15,23 Kabalevsky, D. 1904-1987 Nasopoulou, A. b1972 23 Neal, K. b1972 9 Sibelius, J. 1865-1957 4,10 Neefe, C. 1748-1798 1 5,6,9,14,16 Karlowicz, M. 1876-1909 Nielsen, C. 1865-1931 Sirmen, M. 1745-1818 16 13,14,28 11,21,28 Smetana, B. 1824-1884 Keats, B. 20th c 28 8,14,21,31 Kern, J. 1885-1945 25 O’Boyle, S. b1963 18 Sor, F. 1778-1839 21 Kerry, G. b1954 25 Offenbach, J. 1819-1880 Sousa, J.P. 1854-1932 20 Khachaturian, A. 19033,7,17 Speer, D. 1636-1707 7 1978 29

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