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PROGRAM
GUIDE
May 2008

SPECIAL EVENT!
Meet André Rieu and
Mirusia in their
contents debut Brisbane
appearance!
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Feature Article – for details…
Mirusia

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15th Annual 4MBS
Festival of Classics

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Mirusia
How this young local singer got
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From the General Manager
Three weeks of composer. We provide you with opportunities that
no other festival offers – such as A Day of Classics
PROGRAM GUIDE the world’s greatest at QPAC on Sunday 25th May – when you can
Editor music – the 15th hear three of Beethoven’s greatest symphonies
Wendy Lang annual 4MBS Festival in the one afternoon – the groundbreaking 3rd
Symphony ‘Eroica’ , the mighty 5th Symphony
wendy.lang@4mbsclassicfm.com.au of Classics. and the remarkable ‘Choral Symphony’ in the
Reviewers
Jenny Dawson, Wendy Lang,
Laura Mathison
T
his is one of the
most exciting times
of the year for us here
Concert Hall QPAC. Two choirs – the Queensland
Choir and the UQ Chorale – combine for the final
movement of the exhilarating Choral Symphony,
at 4MBS Classic FM and we hope for everyone with four brilliant soloists Sarah Crane, Sophie
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who loves great music. Wotton, Rosario La Spina and Jeffrey Black. This
Carmel Gooding, Trish Johnson,
It’s time for the 4MBS Festival of Classics – in is the first time anywhere in Australia that such
Kathy Kao, Rachel Matthews,
fact the 15th annual Festival of Classics – from an event has been presented so make sure you’re
Marita Parkinson, Sarah Pirotta there to enjoy it.
the 11th to 31st May. This is a major milestone for
Proofreader – Program Listings any festival and we continue with the format that Another unique festival experience is Beethoven
Mark Bazeley has set the Festival of Classics apart from all other – Revolution and Romance at the State Library
festivals in Australia. of Queensland on Saturday 17th May. The day
4MBS CLASSIC FM We select a composer to feature in the Festival starts with a free illustrated presentation by
General Manager of Classics – this year it’s Beethoven. Twenty Stephen Emmerson from the Queensland
of the Festival’s twenty one events feature Conservatorium, Griffith University entitled
Gary Thorpe
Beethoven, making it one of the largest Festivals Beethoven the Revolutionary. Then Angela Turner
Broadcasts Manager and Brieley Cutting perform the Symphony No 1
ever presented in Australia celebrating this most
Howard Ainsworth remarkable of composers. of Beethoven in the piano four hands arrangement
Marketing Manager as well as the Appassionata Sonata. The day ends
You will have the opportunity to hear all 9 of with another unique experience – a performed
Peter McCahon Beethoven’s symphonies over the three weeks of reading by actors from the 4MBS Classic Players,
peter.mccahon@4mbsclassicfm.com.au the Festival – a rare opportunity for music lovers including Tama Matheson recently returned
Administration Manager anywhere. from engagements in Europe – of Shelley’s epic
Maggie Findlay Six symphony orchestras are involved - a Prometheus Unbound. This will be accompanied by
maggie.findlay@4mbsclassicfm.com.au wonderful display of co-operation between the music from Beethoven’s Creatures of Prometheus.
Board Members various music organisations here in Queensland This is going to be a brilliant day of words and
Bob Biggs to provide you with this marvellous experience. music at the State Library.
Gordon Dean We welcome to the Festival of Classics The As well as the symphonies this year’s Festival of
Derek Dixon Queensland Orchestra with their exciting new Classics brings you Beethoven’s great chamber
Matthew Farrell Chief Conductor Johannes Fritzsch for two works including the remarkable ground-breaking
concerts featuring Beethoven. String Quartet No 13 ‘Grosse Fugue’ as well as
Debbie Price
Colin Rich Treasurer Two of the symphonies – numbers 1 and 4 concertos – Piano Concerto No 4 and 5 ‘Emperor’
Warren Tegg – are to be performed in the piano four hands and the Triple Concerto. Beethoven’s religious
Wendy Tyson Hon. Secretary arrangements. This is how most people became music is represented by his Mass in C performed
familiar with the symphonies before the invention by the Brisbane Chorale in City Hall on Saturday
Dr Kerry Vann
of recorded sound and radio. Two brilliant 17th May – please note the starting time is 7.30pm
Bill Yarrow AO Chairman
Queensland pianists, Angela Turner and Brieley not 8pm as shown in the Festival brochure.
Address 384 Old Cleveland Road Cutting, will be giving you this rare opportunity to This year marks the 150th anniversary of the
Coorparoo QLD 4151 enjoy these two symphonies in this form. birth of Puccini so we are presenting a Puccini
Phone 3847 1717 The 4MBS Festival of Classics is more than a Spectacular in St John’s Cathedral. You’ll hear
collection of concerts brought together under the many of Puccini’s best loved arias as well as the
Fax 3847 2773 hauntingly beautiful Humming Chorus with the
banner of a festival. It is a unique opportunity to
Email 4mbs@4mbsclassicfm.com.au immerse yourself in the life and music of a great Queensland Choir. The second half of the concert
will be the entire Act 1 of Tosca with Jacqueline
NUMBER ONE SUBSCRIBERS Mabardi as Tosca, Rosario La Spina as the painter
Ian Heap and Kevin Burdon Cavaradossi and Jeffrey Black as Scarpia, the evil
Chief of Police. The Brisbane Symphony Orchestra
4MBS Classic FM is supported by plus organ, church bells and chorus will all
subscriptions, donations and sponsorships. combine for the Te Deum that brings Act 1 of this
For further information visit our website powerful opera to a spectacular close.
at: www.4mbsclassicfm.com.au
So I hope to see you at this year’s Festival of
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The Mirusian Dream
Performing to the masses and brings the massive crowd to silence, her pure voice
soaring through the melody at a very slow, but
recording a new album with André beautifully sustained tempo.
Rieu; it’s a dream come true for So, was it her goal to be an opera star all along?
Brisbane singer Mirusia. “As a singer you go from day to day, and you think,
‘Oh, where is it going to take me tomorrow?’. But
C onsidering it’s 8am in Holland and the temperature
is minus two outside, Mirusia Louwerse is
sounding awfully cheery over the phone. But then,
in the end, I just want to be a solo artist, I want
to be doing concerts like what I’m doing now with
André“.
she has good reason. This young singer from the
Brisbane suburb of Birkdale has recently turned 23, Her first major break came in 2006 when she won
is in the midst of a world tour, and has just released the national Dame Joan Sutherland award for
an album with one of the most popular classical performing the ‘Piangero’ aria from Handel’s Giulio
musicians ever, Dutch violinist André Rieu. Cesare - she was the youngest singer ever to win.
It gave her media exposure, and not long after,
With striking eyes and golden locks, everything
she recorded a demo album with the Cleveland
about her story sounds like a fairytale. Legend has
Symphony Orchestra. It was this recording,
it that, after hearing her voice, the ‘King of the
capturing the richness and warmth of her voice - I think when you’ve heard the whole CD, and the
Waltz’ made a surprise phone call to her home
that caught the attention of André Rieu. way that it flows together, you kind of understand
and asked her to be his princess. (Actually, she had
the meaning of it.”
to fly to Holland first and audition, but she was Little did she know, on the other side of the world
soon chosen to be a soloist in his massive musical her aunt had emailed André, suggesting he look So, what’s next for Mirusia? From here, she performs
extravaganzas. And she did later play the role of at Mirusia’s website and listen to her recordings. with André in his World Stadium Tour ‘A Romantic
a princess in his ‘André Rieu in Wonderland’ DVD It was André’s wife who first read the email and Night in Vienna’, hitting Amsterdam, Leipzig, Paris
– complete with prince and white horse.) heard Mirusia’s voice, but she passed it on to André, and Brussels in the next few months. It’s no tiny
and both were impressed with her talent. Back show. Involving over 200 artists, including André’s
The journey to be this princess of song was not quite
in Brisbane, Mirusia received a phone call from a Johann Strauss Orchestra and Choir, vocal soloists,
that simple of course, and Mirusia admits there was
strange Dutch man. dancers and ice-skaters, the production is set
a lot of hard work involved. But the result is a dream
against a life-size reproduction of the Schönbrunn
come true for this charming soprano. It’s a dream “Suddenly I got this call at home, but I didn’t think it Castle in Vienna. The tour also has two ice rinks,
she’s had for many years, and it all started once could be a prank because who would call and say, ‘I’m a golden coach with six white horses, and lots of
upon a time… with a nursery rhyme. André Rieu’ out of the blue?” He asked her if she could music - waltzes by Strauss, Lehar and melodies by
Brought up in a Dutch-speaking family, it was the audition for him the following day. She “laughed and Stolz and others.
need to learn English that launched Mirusia into said, ‘Um, maybe I’ll be there in two days’, because it
takes so long to get there from Australia! So I jumped Despite touring to all these exotic locations,
singing. She had to understand the language to
on a plane and arrived in Maastricht”. Mirusia is most looking forward to the Australian
start school in Australia, so her parents taught her
leg of the tour, taking place at the end of this year.
English nursery rhymes, exposing her to the music of Since that groundbreaking phone call and an With shows scheduled for Melbourne, Adelaide,
Australian artists John Williamson and Don Spencer. obviously successful audition, Mirusia has toured Perth, Sydney and Brisbane (December 3rd and 4th,
She soon began to sing in English. “I think that was the world with André and his orchestra, singing to Suncorp Stadium), she’s eager to return home to
the easiest way to learn the language - so I’ve been crowds of up to 30,000 people. But the next big see family, friends and soak up the atmosphere.
singing since then and I haven’t stopped.” milestone came in late 2007 in Toronto, at the “I think about home a lot. I miss the sun. I also
From nursery rhymes, Mirusia “went through every end of an exhausting tour, when emotions were miss the friendly ‘G’days’ during the day. You walk
style of music” she could. Pop music, then country, running high. André called Mirusia aside and told through the streets and people are like, ‘G’day mate,
then jazz - each time she searched for something her he had something to tell her straight away. how’s it going?’… (I miss) the Australian lifestyle -
more difficult and emotional. Musical theatre was Mirusia panicked. “I thought, ‘Oh my goodness, the relaxed, laid back, barbecue-in-the-afternoon
the next step, and from there she became interested what have I done?’ And he said, “I want to record lifestyle.”
in opera, studying vocal performance for 4 years at a CD with you”. I started crying right on the spot, But especially, she can’t wait to see how Australians
the Queensland Conservatorium. because it was like a dream come true for me. We will respond to the show. “It’s really funny to see the
Opera is clearly something she is extremely started recording pretty much the next week. We audience reaction in the different countries you go
passionate about. The fire can be heard in her came back to Maastricht and we picked out songs to. You can see the culture coming out when people
voice as she reveals her desire to make it a popular and we started recording.” are laughing and smiling and clapping… I’m really
style again. “I think over time, the audiences have The album, called Waltzing Matilda, is the first looking forward to seeing what the Australian
lost their love for opera, because it seemed to recording André Rieu has ever made with another public will do.”
be something to do for people who had a lot of solo artist. It is a combination of both André and They’ll treat her like a princess, no doubt!
money, and only the posh could go.” Mirusia’s styles, featuring of course, waltzes, and
Wendy Lang
“But that’s not the way it is, because back in the half a dozen Australian songs - from the title track,
day when Mozart was writing opera, not only the to Botany Bay and I Still Call Australia Home - all
arranged for voice, solo violin, orchestra and choir. André Rieu and Mirusia’s CD Waltzing Matilda
wealthiest people could go; everybody was going.
It’s also a tribute to the Australian audiences that (530 7654) is available now through Universal
People were whistling the tunes on the street,
have welcomed André Rieu so warmly. As Mirusia Music.
because that was the popular music of the time. So
for me, I want people to be able to do that again… says, “André’s really embraced Australia. He wants
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: This month, André
Opera is the most complicated and most emotional to show the Australian public how much he’s been
Rieu and Mirusia will be making their debut
music that’s ever been written, in my eyes.” moved by their reaction to his music.”
Brisbane appearance! See them perform songs
A perfect example of this emotion is Mirusia’s own To combine Australian songs with classical from their new album Waltzing Matilda, and get
heart-stopping performance of Mozart’s “Porgi waltzes may seem like an eclectic mix, but Mirusia your copy of the CD signed! (CDs will be available
amor” from The Marriage of Figaro, on André Rieu’s maintains, “To put the Australian music on the CD for purchase on the day through HMV.) 2.30pm
‘Live in Vienna’ DVD. In full period dress, Mirusia was not really strange because it fits in really well. May 9th, Queen St Mall, Brisbane. 

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notes

Editorial Farewell Anne! Festival of
Classics –
A s the air gets crisper
and the leaves start
to fall, you know it’s that
L ast month we bid a fond farewell to staff
member Anne Powell, who has gone on to
work at The Queensland Orchestra as Assistant Early Booking
Prize Winner
time of year again. It’s Artistic Administrator.
Festival of Classics time! Anne began volunteering at the station in
This year’s is a special 2005, and became a full time staff member
version because it’s the
15th Festival of Classics,
and if you haven’t already
in 2006, working as Arts Administration
Officer, and then as Assistant to the General
Manager. She was involved in the planning
C ongratulations to Jeffrey Foreman who won
the March Early Booking Prize for buying
Festival of Classics tickets well in advance. Jeffrey
noticed, our featured composer for the year is and implementation of the Festival of Classics, wins a Beethoven CD prize pack. Well done Jeffrey!
Beethoven (1770-1827). marketing for the station, and many other The early bird does get the worm!
So this month, travel back with us about 200 years activities!
However, for those who would still like to attend
to Bonn and Vienna and enjoy the music that this Thank you to Anne for all her excellent work the Festival of Classics (11-31 May), it’s not too
great master had to offer. And after all that solid over the past 2 years. We wish her all the very late! Tickets are still available through 4MBS
German music and food (yes, there’ll be German best in her new role! Ticketing and Qtix, so see pages 4-7 of your
and Viennese food along the way... we can’t take Program Guide for details!
you on a 200-year trip and let you go hungry, can She won’t be leaving her announcing duties
we?), the festival will end with an Italian twist, in however – you’ll still be able to hear Anne in
the form of a Puccini Spectacular! This year is the two programs, Net Classics, (6.30pm 1st Sunday
150th anniversary of Puccini’s birth (that’s quite a of the month) and Reel Music (6.30pm, 3rd
Sunday of the month).
I believe in Bach,
lot of candles to blow out, might I add), so we’ll
be celebrating in style with some of his best loved
arias, and a full production of Act 1 of Tosca.
the Father,
What’s particularly nice about our festival is that Beethoven, the Son,
it will be bringing together 6 Brisbane orchestras
as well as many other ensembles, all for the and Brahms, the
common purpose of playing Beethoven in our
Festival. No, they won’t all be in the same room Holy Ghost of music.
at the same time – but over 3 weeks in various
venues, the musicians of Brisbane will unite in an Hans von Bülow
air of musical agreement!
Conductor and pianist
So, I hope to see you on our musical journey to the
world of Beethoven! General Manager Gary Thorpe with
Wendy Lang Anne Powell at her farewell lunch.
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The 15th Annual 4MBS Festival of Classics
- an Ode to Joy!
It’s here! This month, Australia’s largest classical music festival hits BEETHOVEN REVOLUTION
the town, bathing Brisbane in the brilliance of Beethoven and more,
& ROMANCE
11-31 May 2008.
Saturday 17 May

W hat better way to celebrate the 15th year of our Festival of Classics, than with a music State Library of Queensland
program featuring the master of all masters, Ludwig van Beethoven? 4MBS is presenting Bookings through qtix on 136 246 or
the ultimate Beethoven experience, with performances of all nine of his symphonies, his popular www.qtix.com.au
concertos, and other chamber, choral and operatic masterpieces. There will also be music lectures,
readings, a Beethoven-inspired bus trip and some special German treats along the way! But this BEETHOVEN THE REVOLUTIONARY
musical journey doesn’t end quietly. We travel from Germany to Italy for a very special ‘Puccini – an illustrated presentation
Spectacular’, marking the 150th anniversary of Giacomo Puccini’s birth! 11.30am State Library of Queensland
For more information, read on, or see the brochure inserted in your Program Guide. And remember - Auditorium 2
book early to experience 3 weeks of the world’s greatest music! Stephen Emmerson, of the Conservatorium of
Music, Griffith University, explores in words
BRAVURA BEETHOVEN – Launch of the and music how Beethoven changed the course
Beethoven Symphony Cycle! of music forever.
2pm Sun 11 May Free Event
Brisbane City Hall
SYMPHONY NO.1
Join the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra for 3 of
the most popular works of Beethoven – Leonora 1.30pm State Library of Queensland
Overture No. 3, Piano Concerto No. 5 The Emperor, Auditorium 1
and Symphony No. 6 in F major, op. 68 Pastoral, Hear pianists Briely Cutting and Angela
conducted by Philip Davis. Turner perform the Appassionata Sonata and
Tickets: $25 Adults Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 in C Major, Op.
$20 4MBS Subs/Conc 21 (Four hands arrangement) -the work that
$15 Student heralded Beethoven’s genius and launched a
$55 Family new era for the symphony.
Bookings: 4MBS Ticketing 3847 1717 Tickets: $25 Adults
$20 4MBS Subs/Conc
THE ARCHDUKE
3pm Sun 11 May BEETHOVEN & PROMETHEUS
Conservatorium Theatre, South Bank 3.30pm State Library of Queensland
Auditorium 2
The Griffith Trio and Friends launch the Festival’s
Chamber Music program with one of Beethoven’s Experience a performed reading of the rarely
major chamber works, the Archduke Trio, and heard play Prometheus Unbound by Percy
Elgar’s Piano Quintet. Bysshe Shelley, by the 4MBS Classic Players.
With the music of Beethoven’s ballet, The
Tickets: $25 Adults Creatures of Prometheus, Shelley’s electric
$15 4MBS Subs/Conc (inc. booking fees) verse rings with the same titanic, revolutionary
Bookings: qtix 136 246 or www.qtix.com.au fire that blazes through all Beethoven’s works.
Tickets: $15 Adults
BERNSTEIN AND BEETHOVEN $10 4MBS Subs/Conc
7.30pm Fri 16 May
Conservatorium Theatre, South Bank
Maestro Johannes Fritzsch conducts The
Queensland Orchestra for Beethoven’s Symphony
No. 2 in D major, op. 36, Bernstein’s On the Town:
Three Dance Episodes, and an Australian Premiere
of Schnyder’s Triple Concerto.
Tickets: $57-$67 Adults
$52-$60 Concessions
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BEETHOVEN MASS IN C SYMPHONY NO.4
8pm Sat 17 May 6pm Wed 21 May
Brisbane City Hall 4MBS Performance Studio -
Emily Cox conducts The Brisbane Chorale and 384 Old Cleveland Road, Coorparoo
Camerata of St John’s for Beethoven’s sacred Hear pianists Brieley Cutting and Angela Turner
masterpiece - a work of joy, devotion and peace. perform Beethoven’s Symphony No.4 (for piano
Tickets: $30-$35 Adults 4 hands) and other popular Beethoven piano
$25 -$27.50 4MBS Subs/Conc works.
$65 Family
BEETHOVEN BY BUS
Tickets: $20 Adults
12noon Wed 21 May $15 4MBS Subs/Conc
Bookings: 3847 1717
Begins at 4MBS – 384 Old Cleveland Road,
Bookings: 3847 1717
Coorparoo
BEETHOVEN AND SIBELIUS
3pm Sun 18 May Join us as we take a Beethoven-inspired bus trip BEETHOVEN – FAMOUS CHAMBER
around Brisbane. Stop for authentic German WORKS
Conservatorium Theatre, South Bank
lunch at Café Black Forest, visit Newstead House
7pm Thu 22 May
The Brisbane Symphony Orchestra performs for a piano recital, and the State Library to view
Beethoven’s Symphony No.7 and Sibelius’ Violin the fascinating sheet music exhibition. Return 4MBS Performance Studio -
Concerto, joined by New York violinist, Charles to 4MBS for the Beethoven Symphony No.4 (for 384 Old Cleveland Road, Coorparoo
Castleman. Antoni Bonetti conducts, and the piano 4 hands) performed by Brieley Cutting and Violinist Warwick Adeney, cellist Gwyn Roberts
concert also features the Qld Kodály Choir and Angela Turner. and pianist Jenni Flemming perform three of
Choral Connection. Tickets: $75 Adults Beethoven’s chamber masterpieces, Violin Sonata
Tickets: $30 Adults $70 4MBS Subs/Conc (Includes entry to Symphony No. 5 Spring, Cello Sonata No. 3, and Piano Trio
$25 Subs/Conc (plus booking fee) No.4 event) No. 1 Ghost.
Bookings: qtix 136 246 or www.qtix.com.au Bookings: 3847 1717 Tickets: $25 Adults
$20 4MBS Subs/Conc
Bookings: 3847 1717

MAHLER’S TITAN
8pm Fri 23 May
Concert Hall, QPAC
Conductor Johannes Fritzsch leads the way for
The Queensland Orchestra and the Swiss Piano
Trio for Beethoven’s Triple Concerto and Mahler’s
Symphony No. 1 Titan.
Tickets: $48-$72 Adults
$43-$65 Conc
Bookings: qtix 136 246 or www.qtix.com.au

CLASSICS IN THE PARKLANDS
2pm Sat 24 May
Roma St Parklands Ampitheatre
Enjoy an afternoon of classical favourites in the
beautiful Roma Street Parklands. This is a fantastic
free event for all the family, featuring the
Australian Army Band and the Opera Queensland
Young Artists.
Free Event

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A DAY OF CLASSICS AT QPAC:
BEETHOVEN – THE POWER & THE PASSION
BEETHOVEN AND BARTOK
2pm Sun 25 May
Concert Hall, QPAC
The University of Queensland Symphony
Orchestra along with violist Patricia Pollet
perform Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in Cmin,
Op 67 and Bartok’s Viola Concerto, with Gwyn
Roberts conducting. Enjoy afternoon tea at the
restaurants and cafes at QPAC and South Bank.
Single Tickets: $20 Adults
$15 4MBS Subs/conc, plus booking fee
Presented by 4MBS in Association with
QPAC THE MIGHTY CHORAL SYMPHONY
Sunday 25 May - Festival of Classics 15th Anniversary
Concert Hall, QPAC Concert
6pm Sun 25 May
Enjoy a full day of Beethoven at QPAC, including
a relaxed afternoon of music, dance and food Concert Hall, QPAC
from Germany and Vienna in the Courtyard Café Experience Beethoven’s mighty Symphony No.
BEETHOVEN QUARTETS from 3.30pm. Finish the evening in style with a 9 and Coriolanus Overture, with the Festival
8pm Sat 24 May Viennese coffee and delicious supper at QPAC’s Symphony Orchestra, The Queensland Choir and
The Old Museum Lyrebird Restaurant. Bookings: 3860 7598 the University of Queensland Chorale. Soloists
3 Concert Pass include soprano Sarah Crane, tenor Rosario La
Join The Veltheim Quartet (Sarah Curro, violin,
$75 Adult Spina and baritone Jeffrey Black, conducted by
Monica Curro, violin, Erkki Veltheim, viola, Daniel
$60 4MBS Subs/Conc Tahu Matheson.
Curro, cello) for Beethoven’s Quartet Op 132 and
Op 130 (includes Grosse Fuge). Bookings: qtix on 136 246 Single Tickets: $35 Adults
or www.qtix.com.au $30 4MBS Subs/conc, plus booking fee
Tickets: $25 Adults
$20 4MBS Subs/Conc
Bookings: 3847 1717 THE BRILLIANCE OF BEETHOVEN
12noon Sun 25 May
FILM – BEETHOVEN’S FIDELIO Concert Hall, QPAC
7pm Tue 27 May The Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra takes on
4MBS Performance Studio, Beethoven’s Egmont Overture and Symphony
384 Old Cleveland Rd, Coorparoo No.3 in Eflat major, Op. 55 Eroica, conducted by
Philip Davis. Enjoy lunch at the restaurants and
See a screening of Fidelio, Beethoven’s only opera,
cafes at QPAC and South Bank.
in the intimate 4MBS Performance Studio.
Single Tickets: $25 Adults
Tickets: $15 Adults,
$20 4MBS Subs/conc
$10 4MBS Subs/Conc
$15 Students, plus booking fee
Bookings: 3847 1717 

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BEETHOVEN AND BRUCKNER PUCCINI SPECTACULAR
7.30pm Fri 30 May 8pm Sat 31 May
Conservatorium Theatre, South Bank St John’s Cathedral
Michael Morgan conducts the Conservatorium Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of
Symphony Orchestra for Beethoven’s Symphony Puccini, with this spectacular concert. The first
No. 8 and Bruckner’s Symphony No. 8. half features some of Puccini’s most popular arias
and choruses from Turandot (Nessun Dorma),
Tickets: $25 Adults
Madama Butterfly (One Fine Day & Humming
$15 4MBS Subs/Conc
Chorus), and La Boheme (Your tiny hand is frozen)
Bookings: qtix 136 246 or www.qtix.com.au and more. The second half is a full production of
Act 1 of Tosca, culminating in the magnificent
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The Thrilling Pianism of Alexander Gavrylyuk
Discover this young Ukrainian Born in the Ukraine in 1984, Alexander Gavrylyuk Since then, he has won numerous international
began his piano studies at the age of seven. He competitions and had his solo debut recital at
talent in a performance presented gave his first concerto performance when he was the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatorium
by Medici Concerts. nine years old, and at age fourteen, was awarded (at the invitation of Nikolay Petrov). He has also
a scholarship by the Australian Government to been invited by Vladimir Ashkenazy to record and
H e’s been described by The New York Times
as ‘a world class pianist’, been compared
to the great piano virtuoso Horowitz, and won
study at the Australian Institute of Music. His
time in Australia was a pleasant one. Whilst living
perform the complete Prokofiev concerti with the
Sydney Symphony Orchestra in 2009. But for the
in Sydney from 1998-2006, he is said to have moment, he brings to Brisbane a beautifully-crafted
the First Prize and coveted Gold Medal at the
loved Australia; the beaches, the lifestyle, and the program, with what Gramophone magazine has
prestigious Arthur Rubinstein International Piano
relaxed atmosphere. described as a ‘blow-your-socks-off virtuosity’.
Competition. He’s achieved all this and more…
and is still in his early twenties! And this month, In turn, the Australian music community loved Alexander Gavrylyuk
he comes to Brisbane, performing works from him back! Ara and Nyree Vartoukian of Theme & Sat 24 May 8pm
sublime Mozart through to Scriabin’s hypnotic and Variations, the Sydney agents for Steinway, made Conservatorium Theatre, Southbank
powerful Vers la flame, to a dramatic performance available a private piano room and a Concert Grand
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surrounded by pizza boxes, coke and musical scores, SCHUMANN Kinderszenen Op.15
sometimes asleep under his piano.” Steinway were SCRIABIN Vers la flamme Op 72, Two Poems Op 32
so impressed by Alexander’s technical mastery, RACHMANINOV Sonata No.2 in B flat minor, Op 36
discipline and beauty, that they honoured him as For enquiries and a brochure, please call
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Castelnuovo- University Musical Society
Tedesco’s luminous of Central Asia. Jarre’s
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cd reviews

CRYSTAL VISION BEETHOVEN PUCCINI – THE GREAT OPERA COLLECTION
The Music of Kanako Okamoto The Nine Symphonies Manon Lescaut; La bohème; Tosca;
Michael Kieran Harvey, piano Overtures Madama Butterfly; La fanciulla del West;
Turandot; Il trittico
Move Records Berlin Philharmonic
Herbert von Karajan Renata Tebaldi; Mario del Monaco;
MD3319
Carlo Bergonzi; et al
Deutsche Grammophon 442 9924
M ichael Kieran Harvey once again proves Accademia di Santa Cecilia Chorus
& Orchestra, various conductors
T
himself the champion of interesting he classical world is currently in Karajan-
contemporary piano music in this atmospheric celebratory mode, as last month marked the 100th Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Chorus
disc of the piano music of Japanese composer anniversary of the birth of this renowned conductor. & Orchestra, Lamberto Gardelli
Kanako Okamoto, Crystal Vision. While festivals around the world celebrate his DECCA 475 9385 15CDs
The opening work, the three-movement Petite work, record labels are busy re-releasing his famed

T
Suite was commissioned by Keiran-Harvey and recordings, such as this - a 6CD set from Deutsche his would have to be about as good as it
was inspired by a seventeenth-century Haiko by Grammophon, containing remastered recordings of gets—nine of Puccini’s best-loved operas, in
Basho Matsuo: Old pond/Frog jumping in/Sounds all of Beethoven’s nine symphonies. It also contains classic performances by some of the twentieth
of water. The shimmering, flowing qualities of the the Beethoven overtures ‘Egmont’, ‘Leonore III’, century’s greatest singers at their absolute peak.
first movement, ‘The Forgotten Pond’, are followed ‘Fidelio’ (1804-1805), ‘Coriolan’, ‘The Creatures of The recordings date from 1954 to 1962, which
by hopping intricacies representing ‘The Frog’, and Prometheus’, and ‘The Ruins of Athens’. means that many of these stars were only in their
‘Mists and Statues’ is characterised by fleeting Recorded between the years of 1966 and 1977, thirties or forties, and you can hear the youthful
impressionistic qualities. it features the Vienna Singverein, along with bloom still on the voices. Decca has produced
The title track is an exploration of the delicate the Berlin Philharmonic, whom Karajan became a neat boxed set of 15CDs which takes up little
qualities of the upper register of the piano, which conductor of in 1955. This position he held for a more than an inch of shelf space, but how much
the composer states represents shimmering rock long time - only resigning three months before his pleasure is packed in it!
crystal. The fuller, Romantic harmonies of La Nuit death. He is said to have possessed an astounding Obviously the casts vary, but common to them
provide a pleasing contrast to the previous musical sense of rhythm, memory for a score’s tiniest all is the luminous Renata Tebaldi. She’s mostly
delicacies, and Sparkle, sounds just as it is named: details and great control of his work. partnered by Mario del Monaco, but Carlo
constructed out of a short motif which gradually For lovers of Beethoven and Karajan, this is an Bergonzi is her tenor in La bohème and Madama
swells and expands, it reminds the composer of ideal collection. Beethoven composed all nine of Butterfly, while Rinuccio in Gianni Schicchi is
‘sparkling diamonds’. his symphonies during the years 1799 and 1824, sung by the delightfully fresh-sounding Agostino
The final work, Suite, was also commissioned mostly while he was suffering deafness. It’s a Lazzari. The rest of the cast list is full of familiar
by Kieran-Harvey, and its five movements shame he couldn’t hear them performed, if the names (some of them in quite minor roles, an
represent different stages in the evolution of the orchestras of the time sounded anything like this. unexpected treat). George London is Scarpia,
world. ‘Einfuhrung’, depicts the creation of the Robert Merrill the tortured Michele in Il tabarro;
There are a lot of exciting textures here, from the
world, ‘Harmonie’ a peaceful age, ‘Passus’ and Cornell MacNeil faces off against the lovers in La
gorgeous dark chords of Overture ‘Egmont’, to
‘Verschwommenheit’ both represent dark ages, fanciulla del West. In Turandot Tebaldi sings Liù to
the sweet and light opening wind passages in the
and the final movement, ‘Leidenschaft’, concludes the Turandot of Inge Borkh, and after a host of
third Symphony ‘Eroica’. (This particular symphony
the work with vibrant energy smaller roles Fernando Corena does a brilliant job
is said to have been originally titled ‘Bonaparte’,
of the title role in Gianni Schicchi. This La bohème
Okamoto’s piano music is floating and mystical, as a tribute to the French revolutionary leader,
is actually my favourite version: Tebaldi cooing
like raindrops on a clear pond, or glass crystals but when Beethoven became enraged by some of
with Bergonzi, Gianna d’Angelo scrapping with
chiming in a light breeze, with touches of the Napoleon’s actions, he changed the title to ‘Heroic
Ettore Bastianini, and Renato Cesari and Cesare
exotic. Despite the complexity of the pieces, the Symphony’, celebrating the ‘memory of a great
Siepi waffling around as their ratbag mates.
textures reveal a refreshing clarity (free of the man’.)
frenetic polyphony of some contemporary piano Most opera lovers will already have recordings of
Then there is the mighty attacking of strings in
works). these operas, and quite probably some of these
the famous Symphony No. 5, and of course the
particular versions. If you’re starting off in opera,
Kieran-Harvey’s crisp articulation, sensitive touch brilliant energy and power of Symphony No. 9,
however, or if you’re looking for a generous
and stylish interpretations complement the featuring soprano Anna Tomowa-Sintow, alto
present for someone who is, you wouldn’t do
character of the pieces perfectly. So if you’re after Agnes Baltsa, tenor Peter Schrier and bass Jose
better than this set. Each CD is in a sleeve rather
something a little less heavy going in the piano van Dam.
than a case, which is quite adequate storage
repertoire, the CD is the perfect companion. So, if you’re looking for a collection of Beethoven provided you treat it carefully, and certainly saves
Laura Mathison Symphonies and other well-loved orchestral shelf space. There is a booklet which gives cast
works, this is a high-quality choice, expertly played lists, track details, and a synopsis of each plot.
and led by one of the world’s most celebrated Most importantly, there are about fifteen hours of
For more reviews, visit conductors. Happy Birthday Herbert! pure Puccini pleasure.
www.4mbsclassicfm.com.au Wendy Lang Jenny Dawson
and click on ‘4MBS Reviews’

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Prepared by Jessie Crank
abbreviations 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN Beath: Piccolo Victory; Harold Wilson, didjeridu;
op opus Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by Brisbane Baroque Trio (9’)
a alto
ACO Australian p piano Valerie Pfitzner Goodman: New Guinea Fantasy; Isador Goodman, p;
Chamber P Philharmonic MSO, Patrick Thomas (8’)
Orchestra
Pa Philharmonia 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Lemmone: Fantasia on Scottish Melodies; Paul Curtis,
AAM Academy of
Ancient Music pic piccolo Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught fl; David Miller, p (8’)
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ASMF Academy of classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at 7.30am and Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost
St Martin in the Qld Queensland
Fields
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Qnt Quintet
ASO Adelaide QPAC Queensland
6.45am and “On This Day…” Sinfonia, Bela Drahos (10’)
Symphony Besozzi C: Oboe Concerto No1 in C; Anthony Camden,
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Performing Arts
Complex
8.00 NEWS &
attr attributed WEATHER ob; City of London Sinfonia, Nicholas Ward (21’)
QPO Queensland
Aust Australian Philharmonic Schubert: Rosamunde, Excerpts; Columbia SO, Bruno
b bass Orchestra 8.05 LIGHT & Walter (21’)
bn bassoon QYSO Queensland Youth BRIGHT Spohr: Symphony No9 in Bmin, The Seasons; Bavarian
Symphony
br baritone Orchestra Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing RSO, Karl Anton Rickenbacher (31’)
c contralto upcoming events.
C Chamber
Qt Quartet 4.00 CD OF THE WEEK
r recorder Prepared by Robyn Frost
ca cor anglais R Radio Dvorak: Slavonic Dance in C, op46 no1; Royal PO, Antal DRIVETIME
cl clarinet
cond conductor
s soprano Dorati (4’) CLASSICS
S Symphony
ct countertenor
Bach JC: Sinfonia in F, op3 no5; ACO, Angela Hewitt Relax and unwind with Jenny Bofinger/Marvin Crawford
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SSO Sydney
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Ens Ensemble Orchestra 1st movt: Narciso Yepes, g (7’)
t tenor 6.00 NEWS &
F Festival Finnish Folk Song arr: Shall We Sing?; Tarutiina
fl flute tb trombone Satomaa, vocal; Candomino Choir, Tauno Satomaa (3’) WEATHER
ti timpani
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m mandolin Symphony 9.00 NEWS (16’)
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ms mezzo soprano TV Television 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY London SO, Alun Francis (23’)
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Jazz:
Jim Barlow, Mark Bazeley, Ron Clark, John Diegan,
James Dalgleish, Tony Hennessy, Lynette Irwin, Jim
Wrigley

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friday 2 1.00 SWING AND BIG BAND
Jim Barlow/Ron Clark serve up easy-to-digest jazz for Broadcast
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN lunch.
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
Colin Brumby
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
Prepared by Colin Brumby
Highlights in May
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Schumann: Arabeske in C; Roger Woodward, p (5’) This month’s Festival of Classics doesn’t
Schubert: Ave Maria, D839; Lauris Elms, ms; John just take place on the stage, but extends
Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught Winther, p (7’)
Start the day with Anne Forbes and a variety of light, to the airwaves as well! Tune in to these
Carr-Boyd: Mandolin Music: Sydney Mandolins, Adrian
bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at Hooper (9’)
specialized programs to enhance your
7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids Jones ML: O lux beata Trinitas; Melbourne University Festival experience!
Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”. Trinity College Choir, Michael Leighton Jones (2’)
8.00 NEWS & 2.30 FRIDAY CONCERT HALL Reviews and Previews –
WEATHER Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Beethoven’s Symphonies
8.05 LIGHT & Liszt: Hamlet; New Zealand SO, Michael Halasz (15’) 12NOON SUNDAYS
Brahms: Violin and Cello Concerto in Amin; Itzhak
BRIGHT This weekly program will be tailored to
Perlman, v; Yo-Yo Ma, vc; Chicago SO, Daniel Barenboim
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing (32’) complement this month’s Festival, posing
upcoming events. Dvorak: Symphony No8 in G; Prague RSO, Vladimir as a guide to Beethoven’s symphonies.
Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost Valek (36’) Featuring music and talk, it will no
Lumbye: Bouquet Royal Galop; Tivoli SO, David Riddell
4.00 CD OF THE WEEK doubt increase your understanding and
(3’)
Kraus: Olympie, Overture; Swedish CO, Petter Sundkvist enjoyment of Beethoven’s masterpieces!
DRIVETIME
(7’)
CLASSICS Musician of the Day –
Stamitz J: Orchestral Trio in A, op1 no2; Concentus
Relax and unwind with John Forbes/Margaret Whyte
Musicus Vienna, Nikolaus Harnoncourt (13’)
and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including Mr Beethoven of Bonn
Adam: The Toreador, Ah! Mother, let me tell you; Sumi
Jo, s; John Aler, t; Michel Trempont, t; Jonathan Burgess, “On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. 9am SUNDAY 4th–15th MAY
fl; Welsh Nat Opera O, Richard Bonynge (7’) 6.00 NEWS & This four-part series by
Mozart: Symphony No51 in D, K196 & K121; ASMF, WEATHER Ross Sadler will profile
Neville Marriner (8’) the early life and works
6.05 DINNER
9.00 NEWS CLASSICS of Beethoven during his
9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY Prepared by Alan Young time in Bonn, before he
Vivaldi: Sopranino Recorder Concerto in C, RV443; moved to Vienna.
Jussi Bjorling
Prepared by Colin Brumby William Bennett, pic; ASMF, Neville Marriner (11’)
Puccini: La Boheme, Your tiny hand is frozen (5’); Waldteufel: Reverie; Slovak State PO, Alfred Walter
Gounod: Faust, All hail thou dwelling pure and holy (9’)

C O N NE C
(5’); RCA O, Renato Cellini Stamitz C: 2 Clarinet Concerto in Bflat min; Kalman
Verdi: Requiem, Ingemisco tamquam reus; Vienna PO,
Fritz Reiner (4’)
Berkes, cl/cond; Tomoko Takashima, cl; Nicolaus
Esterházy Sinfonia (19’) O
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Leoncavallo: Pagliacci, On with the motley (4’); Sullivan: Victoria and Merrie England, Suite No1; Royal
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Bizet: The Pearl Fishers, In the depths of the temple; PO, Royston Nash (11’)
Robert Merrill, br (5’); RCA Victor O, Renato Cellini 7.00 FRIDAY FEATURE
Puccini: Madama Butterfly, Viene la sera; Victoria de All in the Merry Month of May
los Angeles, s; Rome Opera Chorus & O, Gabriele Santini Prepared by Jenny Dawson
(15’) de Vaqueiras: Kalenda Maya (2’);
Beethoven: Adelaide, op46; Frederick Schauwecker, p Anon: O lusty May (3’); Estampie, Graham Derrick
(6’) Hasselmans: Song of May; Louise Johnson, hp (4’)
All items with Jussi Bjorling, t Anon arr Evans: La rosa enflorece en mayo; Renaissance
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK Players, Winsome Evans (4’)
Kreipl arr: ‘S’Mailufterl; Erich Kunz, br; Vienna State
MORNING CONCERT Opera O, Anton Paulik (3’)
Prepared by Ian McKinney Mendelssohn Fanny: Maienlied, op1 no4; Der For prompt, reliable service
Haydn: Symphony No104 in D, London; Berlin PO, Maiabend, op9 no5; Der Mainacht, op9 no6; Susan contact your 4MBS Piano Tuner
Sergiu Celibidache (29’) Gritton, s; Eugene Asti, p (6’)
Schubert: 4 Impromptus, D899; Clifford Curzon, p (24’) German: Merrie England, Excerpts; Patricia Kern, ms;
Mozart completed Sussmayr: Requiem, K626; Barbara
Bonney, s; Anne Sofie von Otter, c; Hans Peter Blochwitz,
William McAlpine, t; The Williams Singers; Michael
Collins & his O (12’) LEIGH J. BURGESS
t; Willard White, b; Monteverdi Choir; English Baroque Theodorakis: A Day in May; Agnes Baltsa, ms; Kostas
Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner (46’)
12noon THE VILLAGE
Papadopoulos, bouzouki; Athens Experimental O,
Stavros Xarhakos (5’)
Rimsky-Korsakov: May Night, Overture; Moscow SO,
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MUSIC HOUR
Igor Golovschin (10’) lee_isnow@hotmail.com
Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
show music and melodies which have stood the test of 8.00 AT THE CONCERT
time. Music Diary is at 12.55. Russian Seasons: Brisbane Symphony Orchestra
The second half-hour is Recorded by the 4MBS Concert Recording Team at ABC 4MBS Subscribers -
proudly sponsored by
Brookland Retirement Village
Music Centre, West End on 2 September 2007. 20% discount

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Recording: Jason and Eddie Whiting Eva Waltz; Vienna Johann Strauss O, Willi Boskovsky (7’) Lassus: Magnificat Memor Esto; Song Company, Roland
Production: Eddie Whiting Benatzky: Ich weiss auf der Wieden ein kleines Hotel; Peelman (7’)
Fritz Wunderlich, t; Vienna State Opera Chorus; Vienna 5.00 EVENING PRELUDE
Glazunov: The Seasons, Autumn (12’); Volksoper O, Robert Stolz (4’)
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No1 in Gmin, Winter Dreams Prepared by Alan Young
Dvorak: Polonaise in Eflat; QSO, Patrick Thomas (5’)
(45’); Brisbane SO, Antoni Bonetti Stamitz: Orchestral Quartet in F, op14 no4; I Musici di
12noon INTERMEZZO Praga (20’)
AT THE CONCERT – Part II Prepared by Alan Young Salieri: Piano Concerto in C; Aldo Ciccolini, p; I Solisti
Lev Vlassenko Competition 2001 – Judges Recital 2 Lauridsen: O magnum mysterium; Elora F Singers, Noel Veneti, Claudio Scimone (19’)
Recorded by the 4MBS Concert Recording Team at Ian Edison (6’) Helsted/Paulli: Flower Festival in Genzano, Pas de deux;
Hanger Recital Hall on 30th August 2001. Finzi: Eclogue in F; Piers Lane, p; Royal Liverpool PO, London SO, Richard Bonynge (9’)
Recording: Grant Moorby Vernon Handley (10’) Schubert: Rondo in A, D438; Arthur Grumiaux, v; New
Production: Mike Le Voi Trad arr Vaughan Williams: Ca’ the Yowes; Cantillation, PaO, Raymond Leppard (13’)
Antony Walker (6’) Brahms: Intermezzo in A, op118 no2; Romance in F,
Beethoven: Andante favori in F, WoO57 (10’); Raff: Duo for Cello and Piano in A, op59; Daniel Muller- op118 no5; Idil Biret, p (9’)
Piano Sonata No29 in Bflat, Hammerklavier (47’); Schott, vc; Robert Kulek, p (16’) Korngold: Theme and Variations, op42; Berlin German
Michael Brimer, p Holst: Brook Green Suite; English Sinfonia, Howard SO, John Mauceri (9’)
10.00 SUCH BEAUTIFUL MUSIC, Griffiths (6’) 6.30 INVITATION TO THE DANCE
SO SELDOM HEARD Boccherini arr Kain: Guitar Quintet No4 in D, Grave Prepared by Jessie Crank
Ferdinand Ries (1784-1838) assai; Fandango; Guitar Trek (7’) Ravel: Mother Goose Ballet; Ulster O, Yan Pascal
Prepared and presented by Dieter Grant-Frost 1.00 ONE O’CLOCK BAROQUE Tortelier (27’)
Prepared by Patrick Johnson 7.00 SATURDAY SOIREE
Stanley: Trumpet Voluntary; Wynton Marsalis, tr; Prepared by Colin Brumby
English CO, Anthony Newman (4’) Giuliani: Grand Potpourri, op53; Nora Shulman, fl;
Bach: Viola da gamba Sonata No1 in G, BWV1027; Norbert Kraft, g (11’)
Leonard Rose, vc; Glenn Gould, p (13’)
saturday 3
Coste: Grande Serenade, op30; Shin-Ichi Fukuda, g (11’)
Bononcini arr: Griselda, Per la gloria; Luciano Pavarotti, Paganini: Sonata Concertata in A, op61; Itzhak Perlman,
t; Leone Magiera, p (4’) v; John Williams, g (12’)
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN Handel: Harp or Organ Concerto in Bflat, op4 no6; Lily Boccherini: Guitar Quintet No6 in G; Pepe Romero, g;
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by Laskine, hp; Jean-Francois Paillard CO, Jean-Francois ASMF C Ens (17’)
Colin Brumby Paillard (13’)
Handel: Samson, Let the bright Seraphim; Joan 8.00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Prepared by Myra Kluck
Sutherland, s; Royal Opera House Covent Garden O,
“Good Morning” music with Howard Ainsworth Francesco Molinari-Pradelli (6’) Medtner: Piano Concerto No2 in Cmin; Konstantin
including Bertali: Sonata in Dmin for Two Violins, Viola da gamba Scherbakov, p; Moscow SO, Igor Golovschin (38’)
6.00 Band Parade and Bassoon; Ens Echo du Danube, Christian Zincke (9’) Telemann: Tafelmusik I, Overture in Emin; O of the
6.30 Mainly Viennese Golden Age (28’)
2.00 SATURDAY AFTERNOON Raff orch: Six Pieces, op85, nos3-6; Yuko Nishoni, v;
7.00 BBC News and Local Weather
7.15 The Story of the Aria Prepared and presented by Jenny Bofinger PaO, Yondani Butt (16’)
7.30 Music Diary Sullivan: Iolanthe, Overture, Tripping hither; D’Oyly Harvey: Concerto Antico; John Williams, g; London SO,
Carte Opera Company; New SO of London, Isidore Paul Daniel (29’)
8.00 NEWS & Godfrey (12’)
WEATHER Poulenc: Concert champetre; Pascal Roge, hc; French 10.00 SATURDAY LATE CLASSICS
Nat O, Charles Dutoit (25’) Prepared by John Carrier
8.05 MUSIC LOVER’S CHOICE Handel: Judas Maccabaeus, Overture, Opening Part I; Bizet arr: Carmen Suite No1; Mexico City PO, Enrique
Proudly sponsored by Reg Mills Stereo Felicity Palmer, s; Janet Baker, c; Wandsworth School Batiz (11’)
Hosted by Howard Ainsworth introducing his special Choir; English CO, Charles Mackerras (21’) Haydn: Symphony No94 in G, Surprise; Staatskapelle
guest who discusses and presents some favourite Herold: Zampa, Overture; New PaO, Richard Bonynge (9’) Dresden, Eugen Jochum (25’)
music. This program is repeated on Monday at 10pm. Bach CPE: Six Wind Sonatas, Wg184; Melbourne Mozart: Organ Sonata No17 in C, K336; E. Power Biggs,
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK Windpower (10’) o; Columbia SO, Zoltan Rosnyai (5’)
Mendelssohn: Symphony No1 in Cmin; Vienna PO, Donizetti: The Daughter of the Regiment, Singing Lesson
SATURDAY LIGHT Christoph von Dohnanyi (27’) Trio; Joan Sutherland, s; Heather Begg, ms; Gregory
AND BRIGHT Yurisich, br; Elizabethan Sydney O, Richard Bonynge (11’)
Prepared by Joachim Essebier
4.00 THE INSTRUMENT DIVINE Haydn: String Quartet in Eflat, op33 no2; Lindsay
Presented by Sue Pepper/Gordon Dean Prepared and presented by David O’Connell String Qt (20’)
Handel: Water Music, Excerpts; ASMF, Neville Marriner Gibbons: What is our life?; Amaryllis Consort, Charles Beethoven: Piano Concerto No5 in Eflat, Emperor;
(17’) Brett (4’) Vladimir Ashkenazy, p; Chicago SO, Georg Solti (40’)
Vivaldi: Bassoon Concerto in Emin, RV484; Milan Bishop: Home, Sweet Home; Joan Hammond, s; Ernest
Turkovic, bn; ACO, Richard Tognetti (11’) Lush, p (4’)
Wagner: The Flying Dutchman, Sailors’ Chorus; Vienna Joio: Come to me, my love (5’);
State Opera Chorus; Berlin PO, Herbert von Karajan Stroope: Sure on this shining night (5’); Brisbane
(11’) Concert Choir; Bronwyn Brown, p; Christopher Kiver
Grieg: 2 Melodies, op53; Capella Istropolitana, Adrian
Leaper (7’)
Mozart: Don Giovanni, Catalogue Aria; Nicolai Ghiaurov,
b; London SO, Edward Downes (6’) sunday 4
Gounod: The Queen of Sheba, Waltz; London SO, Handel: Coronation Anthem No2, Let thy hand be 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Richard Bonynge (5’) strengthened; St Olaf Choir; Unnamed Ens, Anton Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
Granados arr: Spanish Dances, op37, No6 in D; John Armstrong (8’) Judy Bell
Williams, g; Julian Bream, g (6’) Rossini: The Barber of Seville, Una voce poco fa; Maria
Callas, s; PaO, Tullio Serafin (7’) 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
Lara: Granada; Fritz Wunderlich, t; Graunke SO (5’)
Lehar: The Ford; Volker Banfield, p; North German RPO, Beethoven: Bundeslied, op122; Berlin RSO & Chorus, Start the day with Jim Griffin/Chris Andrews, and a
Klauspeter Seibel (8’) Karl Anton Rickenbacher (4’) variety of light, bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music
Diary at 7.30am and special features throughout.

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8.00 NEWS & Mozart: Così fan tutte, Sextet; Renée Fleming, s; Adelina Bellini: Norma, Mira, o Norma; Joan Sutherland, s;
WEATHER Scarabelli, s; Anne Sofie von Otter, ms; Frank Lopardo, Marilyn Horne, ms; London SO, Richard Bonynge (8’)
t; Olaf Baer, br; Michele Pertusi, b; CO of Europe, Georg Rossini: Stabat mater, Cujus animam; Donald Smith, t;
8.05 SACRED AND SECULAR Solti (4’) QSO, Vanco Cavdarski (6’)
A varied selection of solo vocal and choral music for Verdi: Rigoletto, Caro nome; Reri Grist, s; Rome Opera Ziehrer arr Jaksch: Der Fremdenfuhrer, Liebe, schone
Sunday morning. Chorus & O, Francesco Molinari-Pradelli (7’) alte Donaustadt; Edita Gruberova, s; Munich RO, Rudolf
9.00 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY Beethoven: Fidelio, Er sterbe!...O namenlose Freude!; Bibl (4’)
Inga Nielsen, s; Gösta Winbergh, t; Alan Titus, br; Kurt Beethoven: Symphony No6 in F, Pastoral; Nicolaus
Mr Beethoven of Bonn
Moll, b; Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia, Michael Halász (8’) Esterházy Sinfonia, Bela Drahos (32’)
Prepared by Ross Sadler
Strauss: Die Fledermaus, My dear Marquis; Csárdás; 10.00 SUNDAY LATE CLASSICS
Neefe: 12 Klaviersonaten, Sonata No11 in D; Steven
Renate Holm, s; Anneliese Rothenberger, s; Vienna State
Beck, fp; (4’) Prepared by Prue Wilson
Opera Chorus; Vienna SO, Willi Boskovsky (9’)
Gretry: The Jealous Lover, I break the chain that binds Strauss: Die Fledermaus, Overture; Vienna PO, Claudio
Rossini: The Barber of Seville, Pace e gioia; Ma signor…;
me; Sumi Jo, s; English CO, Richard Bonynge (5’) Abbado (8’)
Nicola Monti, t; Giorgio Tadeo, b; Various soloists;
Beethoven: 9 Variations in Cmin on a March by Dressler; Mozart: Piano Concerto No24 in Cmin; Vladimir
Italian National Opera Chorus; Bavarian RSO, Bruno
Mikhail Pletnev, p (7’) Ashkenazy, p/cond; PaO (32’)
Bartoletti (7’)
Galuppi: Voi che languite; Catherine King, ms; Il canto Haydn: Symphony No45 in Fsharp min, Farewell; Pa
di Orfeo, Gianluca Capuano (9’) 5.00 SUNDAY SOIREE Hungarica, Antal Dorati (26’)
Beethoven: Rondo in C, WoO48; Rondo in A, WoO49; Prepared by Claire Lambert Bach: Violin Concerto in E, BMV1042; Takako Nishizaki,
Mikhail Pletnev, p (5’) Beethoven: Violin Sonata No10 in G; Yehudi Menuhin, v; Capella Istropolitana, Oliver Dohnanyi (19’)
Piano Sonata in D, WoO47 no3; Jenö Jandó, p (11’) v; Hepzibah Menuhin, p (24’) Dohnanyi: Ruralia hungarica, op32b; WASO, Jorge
10.00 SUNDAY MORNING Kreutzer: Faith in Spring; The Post; The Chapel; Night Mester (25’)
Journey; Resolution; The Beloved Nearby; Olaf Baer, br;
Prepared by Richard Austin & Philip Simpson
Helmut Deutsch, p (17’)
Palmer: The Ruritanian Dances; Cove CO, Stephen
Bridge: Phantasy in Cmin; Hartley Trio (16’)
Williams (10’)
Hyde: Piano Concerto No2 in Csharp min; Miriam Hyde, 6.00 FOCUS ON THE CHAMBER

monday 5
p; WASO, Geoffrey Simon (25’) ENSEMBLE
Evening in Cordoba; Miriam Hyde, p (4’) Proudly sponsored by Chamber Music Queensland Inc.
Brumby: Gardens of the Villa Taranto; Jane Rayner, fl; Details of forthcoming chamber music performances by 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Peter Lynch, g (10’) Queensland Artists.
Easton: An Australian in Paris; State O of Victoria, Brett Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
6.30 NET CLASSICS Ben Eaglesham
Kelly (8’)
Lovelock: Trumpet Concerto; Geoffrey Payne, tr; MSO, Join Anne Powell and Wendy Lang for a pleasing
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
John Hopkins (17’) selection of fine music chosen by 4MBS listeners and
submitted online via the 4MBS website, email and the Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
Hill: Symphony No6 in Bflat, Celtic; MSO, Wilfred
4MBS Facebook group. Start the day with Noela Billington/Max Hurley
Lehmann (24’)
and a variety of light, bright classics, BBC News at
12noon REVIEWS AND PREVIEWS 7.00 IN QUIRES AND PLACES
7am, Music Diary at 7.30am and special features
Join us for a look at recent and forthcoming arts events Arranged and presented by John Hawkins throughout, including Kids Classics at 6.45am and “On
around Brisbane. Music Diary is at 12.55. Morton: Ring Glad Bells; Lucian Singers; Eduarda Van This Day…”.
Klinken, o; Graeme Morton (3’)
1.00 QUEENSLAND YOUTH Elgar: Te Deum and Benedictus; Worcester Cathedral 8.00 NEWS &
SYMPHONY Choir; Harry Bramma, o; Christopher Robinson (20’) WEATHER
Masterpiece Series 1999, Concert 3 Stopford: Hymn to the Creator; Ecclesium Choir, Philip
Recorded live by the 4MBS Concert Recording Team at
8.05 LIGHT &
Stopford (2’)
Old Museum Concert Hall on 22 August 1999. Berkeley: Mass for Five Voices; Sheffield Cathedral BRIGHT
Recording: Graham Badcock Choir; Peter Higinbotham, o; Neil Taylor (8’) Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
Production: Graham Badcock and Geoff Chapman Gibbons: Great King of Gods; St Paul’s London Cathedral upcoming events.
Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture (9’) Choir; Huw Williams, o; John Scott (5’) Prepared by David Hanson
Hummel: Trumpet Concerto in E; Geoffrey Payne, t (17’) Burgon: Magnificat; Nunc dimittis; Wells Cathedral Strauss: A Night in Venice, Overture; Slovak State PO,
Respighi: Church Windows (27’) Choir; David Bednall, o; Matthew Owens (8’) Alfred Walter (8’)
All items with QYSO, John Curro O’Regan: Surrexit Christus (3’); Shostakovich: Ballet Suite No3, Waltz; Scottish Nat O,
Wishart: Jesu dulcis memoria (5’); New College Oxford Neeme Jarvi (3’)
2.00 SUNDAY AFTERNOON Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite No2, Arabian Dance; Malmö SO,
Choir, Edward Higginbottom
Prepared by William Fraser Bjarte Engeset (5’)
Delius: Scherzo; English Northern Pa, David Lloyd-Jones (6’) 8.00 THE BRITISH MUSE Luigini: Ballet egyptien, Excerpts; London SO, Richard
Brahms: Horn Trio in Eflat, op40; Jenoe Kevehazi, hn; Prepared by Colin Brumby Bonynge (11’)
Ildiko Hegyi, v; Jeno Jando, p (28’) Adam: The Doll of Nuremberg; New PaO, Richard Sarasate: Spanish Dances, No3 Romanza andaluza,
Brahms: Violin Concerto in D; Boris Belkin, v; London Bonynge (5’) op22 no1; Christian Ferras, v; Jean-Claude Ambrosini,
SO, Ivan Fischer (43’) Balfe: The Bohemian Girl, I dreamt I dwelt in marble p (4’)
Lilburn: Symphony No2; New Zealand SO, John Hopkins halls; Yvonne Kenny, s; MSO, Vladimir Kamirski (4’) Coates: The Three Men, No3 The Man from the Sea;
(31’) Lehar: The Tsarevitch, Volga Song; Richard Tauber, t; London PO, Barry Wordsworth (6’)
4.00 SUNDAY FEATURE Deutsche Kunstlertheater O, Ernst Hauke (4’) Haydn: Trumpet Concerto in Eflat, 3rd movt; Gerard
Verdi: Ernani, Surta la notte…Ernani! Involami; Leontyne Schwarz, tr/cond; New York CO (4’)
Who Did You Say You Were? – Operatic Aliases
Price, s; Israel PO, Zubin Mehta (6’)
Prepared by Jenny Dawson 9.00 NEWS
Dvorak: Prague Waltzes; Detroit SO, Antal Dorati (9’)
Handel: Alcina, Tornami a vagheggiar; Maria Bayo, s;
Schubert: To be Sung on the Water (4’); The Shepherd 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Capriccio Stravagante, Skip Sempé (4’)
on the Rock (4’); Felicity Lott, s; Graham Johnson, p
Flotow: Martha, M’apparì; Roberto Alagna, t; London Richard Tauber
Strauss, Josef: The Dragonfly, op204; Vienna PO, Willi
PO, Richard Armstrong (3’) Prepared by David Hanson
Boskovsky (4’)
Haydn: L’infedeltà delusa, I’ve got a sore knee; Let’s Mozart: Don Giovanni, Il mio tesoro; Unnamed O,
Strauss, J I arr Rot: Favourite Sperl-Polka; Vienna PO,
trink der vine mit cheer; Edith Mathis, s; Lausanne CO, Walter Goehr (4’)
Riccardo Muti (3’)
Antal Dorati (7’)

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Handel: Xerxes, Ombra mai fu; H Robinson Cleaver, o; Boismortier: Flute Sonata in D, op91 no1; Members of 7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids
un-named o (3’) American Baroque (12’) Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”.
Offenbach: The Tales of Hoffman, Ha, wie in meiner Dvorak: Rhapsody in Amin; Slovak PO, Libor Pesek (18’) 8.00 NEWS &
Seele; Members of the Berlin State Opera O & Chorus, 7.00 MONDAY FEATURE
Ernst Hauke (3’) WEATHER
Highlights of French Operetta
Lehar: Frasquita, Serenade; Unnamed O (3’) 8.05 LIGHT &
Prepared by Jenny Dawson
Lehar: Paganini, Girls were made to love and kiss; Grand BRIGHT
Auber: The Black Domino, Angele’s Rondeau; Fanely
SO, Ernst Hauke (4’)
Revoil, s; Unnamed O, Marcel Cariven (3’) Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
Lehar: Frederica, O Maiden, my Maiden; Unnamed O (3’)
Offenbach: Orpheus in the Underworld, Metamorphoses upcoming events.
Strauss arr Geehz: The Blue Danube (4’);
Rondeau; Fly Duet; Infernal Galop; Michele Pena, s; Prepared by Betty Pyle
Lehar: The Land of Smiles, Patiently smiling (4’);
Michele Command, s; Mady Mesple, s; Jane Berbie, Grieg: Holberg Suite, Rigaudon; Swiss CO, Agniszka
Unnamed O, Henry Geehl
ms; Michel Trempont, br; Toulouse Capitole O & Choir, Dcuzmal (4’)
Zeller: Der Obersteiger, Don’t be cross; Unnamed O (3’)
Michel Plasson (10’) Straus: A Waltz Dream, The Waltz Dream; Piccolo!
Strauss: Die Fledermaus, Watch Duet; Vera Schwarz, s;
Offenbach: Monsieur Choufleri, Bolero; Mady Mesple, Piccolo!; June Bronhill, s; David Hughes, t; Rita Williams
Berlin Staatskapelle, Frieder Weissman (3’)
s; Charles Burles, t; Monte-Carlo PO, Manuel Rosenthal Singers; Michael Collins and his O (8’)
Tauber: Old Chelsea, My Heart and I; Chorus & O, Henry
(3’) Tommasini after Scarlatti: The Good-Humoured
Geehl (3’)
Offenbach: La belle Helene, On Mount Ida; Song of Ladies, Presto; SSO, Patrick Thomas (3’)
All the above with Richard Tauber, t
the Kings; Charles Burles, t; Jean-Christophe Benoit, Beethoven: 12 Contredanses; Berlin CO, Helmut Koch;
Strauss arr Korngold: Die Fledermaus, Overture;
t; Michel Hamel, t; Paul Guigne, br; Bernard Sinclair, (11’)
London Palace Theatre O, Richard Tauber (8’)
br; Rene Duclos Chorus; Lamoureux Concerts O, Jean- Vaughan Williams: The Wasps, March past of the
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK Pierre Marty (7’) Kitchen Utensils; QSO, Patrick Thomas (3’)
MORNING CONCERT Offenbach: Genevieve de Brabant, Song of the Two Donizetti: Linda di Chamounix, Cavatina; Kathleen
Men-at-Arms; Robert Tear, t; Benjamin Luxon, br; Andre Battle, s; London PO, Bruno Campanella (3’)
Prepared by Derek Fielding
Previn, p (2’) Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No2 in G, 3rd movt, Allegro
Brahms: Alto Rhapsody; Janet Baker, ms; London S
Chorus; City of London Sinfonia, Richard Hickox (14’) Offenbach: La Perichole, Hola! He! Ola; Ah! what a con fuoco; Wendy Pomroy, p; WASO, Tibor Paul (8’)
Bruch: Kol Nidrei; Janos Starker, vc; London SO, Antal dinner I’ve had; Regine Crespin, s; Various soloists,
9.00 NEWS
Dorati (10’) Rhine Opera Chorus; Strasbourg PO, Alain Lombard (4’)
Strauss R: Oboe Concerto in D; Gordon Hunt ob; Berlin Offenbach: The Brigands, Fiorella’s Song; Song of the 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
SO, Vladimir Ashkenazy (25’) Kitchen-Boys; Ghislaine Raphanel, s; Colette Alliot- Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
Elgar: Symphony No1 in Aflat; London PO, Daniel Lugaz, s; Tibere Raffalli, t; Michel Trempont, br; Lyon Prepared by Peter Arlidge
Barenboim (52’) Opera Chorus & O, John Eliot Gardiner (6’) Coleridge-Taylor: 4 Characteristic Waltzes; RTE Concert
Chabrier: L’etoile, Lazuli’s Romance; At last I feel better!; O, Adrian Leaper (14’)
12noon THE VILLAGE Patricia Petibon, s; Nat Opera O, Yves Abel (5’) She rested by the broken brook; John McCormack, t;
MUSIC HOUR Offenbach: The Drum-Major’s Daughter, What do I care Edwin Schneider, p (3’)
Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia, for a glittering title; Anne Sofie von Otter, ms; Musicians Othello Suite, Excerpts; RTE Concert O, Adrian Leaper
show music and melodies which have stood the test of of the Louvre & Chorus, Marc Minkowski (3’) (11’)
time. Music Diary is at 12.55. The program includes the Messager: Veronique, Donkey Duet; Suzanne Laydecker, Symphonic Variations on an African Air; Royal Liverpool
Featured Musical. s; Andre Bauge, br; Unnamed O, Godfroy Andolfi (2’) PO, Grant Llewellyn (20’)
1.00 SWING AND BIG BAND 8.00 THE SYMPHONY 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Jim Wrigley presents a bright variety of jazz from Proudly sponsored by The Queensland Orchestra
mainstream, traditional and swing. MORNING CONCERT
Prepared by Geoff Isaacs
Prepared by Therese O’Brien
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES Vanhal: Sinfonia in D, Bryan D17; Nicolaus Esterhazy
Rossini: William Tell, Ballet Music, Excerpts; Monte-
Prepared by Robin Smith Sinfonia, Uwe Grodd (18’)
Carlo Nat Opera O, Antonio de Almeida (18’)
Strauss R: Capriccio, Dances; Macquarie Trio (7’) Roussel: Symphony No1 in Dmin, Le Poeme de la foret;
Bruch: Scottish Fantasy; Israel PO, Zubin Mehta (30’)
Debussy: Petite Suite; Natasha Vlassenko, p; Oleg French Nat O, Charles Dutoit (35’)
Chopin arr Feuermann: Introduction and Polonaise
Stepanov, p (14’) Vanhal: Symphony in Dmin, Bryan Dmin2; City of
brillante in C, op 3; Yo-Yo Ma, vc; Emanuel Ax, p (9’)
London Sinfonia, Andrew Watkinson (16’)
2.30 MONDAY CONCERT HALL Roussel: Symphony no4 in A; French Nat O, Charles
Shostakovich: Symphony No5 in Dmin; Vienna PO,
Prepared by Ian McKinney Georg Solti (44’)
Dutoit (22’)
Brahms: Tragic Overture; London PO, Wolfgang Vanhal: Symphony in Bflat, Bryan Bflat3; City of London 12noon THE VILLAGE
Sawallisch (13’) Sinfonia, Andrew Watkinson (14’) MUSIC HOUR
Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No2 in Cmin; Sviatoslav Join Ray Watson for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
Richter, p; Warsaw PO, Stanislaw Wislocki (35’) 10.00 MUSIC LOVER’S CHOICE
A repeat of last Saturday’s Music Lover’s Choice program show music and melodies which have stood the test of
Schumann: Symphony No3 in Eflat, Rhenish; Berlin PO, time. Music Diary is at 12.55.
Rafael Kubelik (33’) hosted by Howard Ainsworth.
1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY
4.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Prepared by Robin Smith
DRIVETIME Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening
CLASSICS pleasure.

tuesday 6 2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
Relax and unwind with Robyn Frost/Margaret McNamara
and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including Prepared by Jessie Crank
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. Broadstock: Festive Overture; Aust Youth O, Yakov
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
6.00 NEWS & Kreizberg (11’)
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
Glanville-Hicks: Harp Sonata; Marshall McGuire, hp
WEATHER Colin Brumby
(10’)
6.05 DINNER 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Vine: Symphony No5, Percussion, 3rd movt, Tarantella;
CLASSICS Synergy Percussion; SSO, Edo de Waart (5’)
Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost Start the day with John Hawkins and a variety of light,
Bochsa: Harp Concerto No1 in Dmin; Lily Laskine, hp; bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at
Lamoureux Concerts O, Jean-Baptiste Mari (21’)

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2.30 TUESDAY CONCERT HALL 8.00 NEWS & 4.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost WEATHER DRIVETIME
Mozart: Serenade No13 in G, Eine kleine Nachtmusik;
TSO, Geoffrey Lancaster (20’) 8.05 LIGHT & CLASSICS
Krommer: Oboe Concerto in F, op52; Heinz Holliger, ob; BRIGHT Relax and unwind with Eddie Fee/Chadwick Palmer and
English CO, Peter-Lukas Graf (20’) Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including
Bomtempo: Symphony No2 in D, Algarve O, Alvaro upcoming events. “On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30.
Cassuto (42’) Prepared by Colin Brumby 6.00 NEWS &
Reznicek: Donna Diana, Overture; Vienna PO, Willi
4.00 CD OF THE WEEK WEATHER
Boskovsky (6’)
DRIVETIME Falla: Four Spanish Pieces, Cubana; Daniel Ligorio, p 6.05 DINNER
CLASSICS (4’) CLASSICS
Relax and unwind with Peter Cahill/Bevan Wiltshire and Gounod: Romeo and Juliet, Juliet’s Waltz Song; Bidu Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including Sayao, s; Columbia SO, Erich Leinsdorf (3’) Chopin: Polonaise No10 in Fmin; Idil Biret, p (10’)
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. Bazzini: The Dance of the Goblins; Maxim Vengerov, v; Telemann: Viola Concerto in G; Ladislav Kyselak, va;
Itamar Golan, p (5’) Capella Istroplitana, Richard Edlinger (14’)
6.00 NEWS & Walton: A History of the English Speaking Peoples, Haydn: Symphony No31 in D, Hornsignal; Pa Hungarica,
WEATHER March; English Northern Pa, Paul Daniel (5’) Antal Dorati (27’)
6.05 DINNER 9.00 NEWS 7.00 WEDNESDAY BAROQUE
CLASSICS Prepared by Patrick Johnson
9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Prepared by Patrick Johnson Torelli arr: Trumpet Concerto in D; Anthony Pope, tr;
Piazzolla arr: Tango Ballet; Goldner String Qt (11’) Franz Lehar Dominic Perissinotto, o (7’)
Hummel: Grande Sonata in A, op104; Susan Alexander- Prepared by John Carrier Vivaldi arr Koopman: Double Concerto for Viola
Max, fp; Pal Banda, vc (23’) Lehar: The Ford; Volker Banfield, p (8’); d’amore, Lute and Strings in Dmin, RV540; Yo‑Yo Ma,
Kats-Chernin: Russian Rag; Lachlan Redd, p (4’) Fever, Robert Gambill, t; Volker Vanfield, p (13’); vc; Ton Koopman, o/dir; Amsterdam Baroque O (11’)
Sor: Grand Solo, op14; Slava Grigoryan, g (11’) A Vision, my Youth (9’); Fasch: Lute Concerto in Dmin; Josef Zsapka, g; Slovak
Violin Concertino in Bflat min; Latica Honda-Rosenberg, CO, Bohdan Warchal (16’)
7.00 EVENING CLASSICS v (16’); Bach trans Krivokapic: Solo Violin Sonata No3 in C,
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham All items with North German RPO, Klauspeter Seibel BWV1005; Goran Krivokapic, g (19’)
Debussy: Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra; Zoltan
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK 8.00 KNOW YOUR MUSIC
Kocsis, p; Budapest FO, Ivan Fischer (20’)
Beethoven: Symphony No4 in Bflat; Nicolaus Esterhazy MORNING CONCERT An informative and stimulating program hosted by
Sinfonia, Bela Drahos (34’) Prepared by Prue Wilson Donald Thornton
8.00 YOUR CLASSICAL Berwald: Piano Concerto in D; Niklas Sivelov, p; Handel: Chandos Anthem No1, O be joyful in the Lord
Helsingborg SO, Okko Kamu (21’) (20’)
COLLECTION
Eller: Twilight; Scottish Nat O, Neeme Jarvi (6’) Brahms: 3 Choral Songs, op42 (9’)
Prepared and presented by Catherine Grant Brahms: Song of Destiny, op54 (15’)
Berwald: Symphony No3 in C, Singuliere; Gothenburg
Including new releases from Universal Classics and Part: Miserere (35’)
SO, Neeme Jarvi (27’)
this week’s recommended recording for starting your
Crusell: Clarinet Concerto No2 in Fmin; Anthony Pay, 9.30 THE ART OF SINGING
classical collection.
cl/dir; O of the Age of Enlightenment (23’) Prepared by Colin Brumby
Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A, K622; Gervase de Peyer,
Mozart: Exsultate, Jubilate; Emma Kirkby, s; AAM, Delibes: Lakme, Oriental Prayer (3’); Flower Duet;
cl; London SO, Peter Maag (29’)
Christopher Hogwood (14’) Danielle Millet, ms (5’); Mady Mesple, s; Paris Opera-
Decca 4437622 “The Essential Mozart”
12noon THE VILLAGE Comique O, Alain Lombard
10.00 THE BRISBANE CHAMBER CHOIR
MUSIC HOUR Bell Song; Mady Mesple, s; Paris Opera-Comique O &
PRESENTS ‘THE CHOIR ROOM’ Chorus, Alain Lombard (6’)
Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
A program of diverse choral music, prepared by Graeme Offenbach: Monsieur Choufleuri restera chez lui,
show music and melodies which have stood the test of
Morton. Bolero; Mady Mesple, s; Charles Burles, t; Monte-Carlo
time. Music Diary is at 12.55.
10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT 1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY
PO, Manuel Rosenthal (3’)
An interesting variety of jazz selected by Lynette Irwin/ Mesdames de la Halle, Ciboulette’s Air; Mady Mesple, s;
Prepared by Valerie Pfitzner Monte-Carlo PO, Manuel Rosenthal (3’)
James Dalgleish to relax and entertain you through to
Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening Gounod: Faust, Valentin’s Cavatina; Ernest Blanc, br;
the midnight hour.
pleasure. Paris Nat Theatre O, Andre Cluytens (4’)
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES Faust’s Cavatina; Marguerite’s Jewel Song (11’);
Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost Apotheosis; Boris Christoff, b (13’); Victoria de los
Albinoni: Oboe Concerto in Dmin, op9 no2; Kirsten Angeles, s; Nicolai Gedda, t; Paris Nat Theatre O &
Barry, ob; Aust Brandenburg O, Paul Dyer (12’) Chorus, Andre Cluytens

wednesday 7 Arutiunian: Trumpet Concerto; Tom Paulin, tr; Len
Vorster, p (15’)
10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT
Mark Bazeley/John Diegan present a mix of traditional
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN 2.30 WEDNESDAY CONCERT HALL to modern jazz.
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by Prepared by Ian McKinney
Richard Austin Dvorak: Carnival Overture; Scottish Nat O, Neeme Jarvi
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS (9’)
Berlioz: Harold in Italy; Daniel Benyamini, va; Israel PO,
Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
Zubin Mehta (42’)
Start the day with Ken Bell/Anne Tanner and a variety of
light, bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at
Mendelssohn: Symphony No4 in A, Italian; Boston SO,
Colin Davis (30’)
thursday 8
7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”. Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
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6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Brahms: Piano Concerto No2 in B flat; Rudolf Serkin, p; 8.05 LIGHT &
Cleveland O, George Szell (48’) BRIGHT
Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
Saint-Saëns: Symphony No1 in E flat; French Nat O, Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
Start the day with Judith Bell and a variety of light, bright
Jean Martinon (31’) upcoming events.
classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at 7.30am and
special features throughout, incl. Children’s Corner at 4.00 CD OF THE WEEK Prepared by Peter McCahon
6.45am and “On This Day…” Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance, March no4 in G; London
DRIVETIME SO, Barry Tuckwell (5’)
8.00 NEWS & CLASSICS Prokofiev: Symphony No1 in D, Classical, 4th movt;
WEATHER Relax and unwind with Jenny Bofinger/Marvin Crawford London PO, Kurt Masur (4’)
8.05 LIGHT & and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including Gounod: Faust, Soldiers’ Chorus; London SO & Chorus,
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. Richard Hickox (3’)
BRIGHT
6.00 NEWS & Mendelssohn: Symphony No4 in A, Italian, 1st movt; O
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
of the Age of Enlightenment, Charles Mackerras (10’)
upcoming events. WEATHER Gottschalk: Souvenirs of Andalusia; Ivan Davis, p (4’)
Prepared by Robyn Frost 6.05 DINNER Gianoncelli arr Respighi: Ancient Airs and Dances, Suite
Purcell: Trumpet Sonata No2 in D; Wynton Marsalis,tr;
CLASSICS No2, Bergamasca; ACO, Christopher Lyndon Gee (5’)
English CO, Anthony Newman (5’)
Prepared by Ian McKinney Shostakovich: Jazz Suite No2, Excerpts; Concertgebouw
Mozart: Rondo in C, K373; Ola Krysa,v; Ukrainian CO,
Bach CPE: Sinfonia in A, Wq182 no4; AAM, Christopher O, Riccardo Chailly (9’)
Theodore Kuchar (6’)
Sullivan: HMS Pinafore, Overture and Opening Chorus; Hogwood (12’)
9.00 NEWS
Welsh National Opera Chorus & O, Charles Mackerras (6’) Beethoven: Piano Sonata No25 in G; Jeno Jando, p (8’)
Rossini: String Sonata No3 in C; I Solisti Veneti, Claudio Schubert: Notturno in Eflat, D897; Griffith Trio (11’) 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Scimone (11’) Mozart: Violin Sonata No32 in Bflat; Arthur Grumiaux, Richard Addinsell
Bridge: An Irish Melody; English Sting O, William v; Walter Klien, p (21’) Prepared by Judy Bell
Boughton (8’) 7.00 EVENING CLASSICS Addinsell: Tom Brown’s Schooldays, Overture; BBC
Concert O, Kenneth Alwyn (8’)
9.00 NEWS Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
orch Douglas: Warsaw Concerto; Isador Goodman, p;
Vaughan Williams: Oboe Concerto in Amin; Neil Black,
9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY MSO, Patrick Thomas (8’)
ob; English CO, Daniel Barenboim (19’)
Pierre Monteux Addinsell: Fire Over England, Suite (8’);
Strauss R: Le bourgeois gentilhomme, Concert Suite;
Prepared by Colin Brumby Smokey Mountains Concerto; Philip Martin, p (15’); BBC
ACO, Christopher Lyndon Gee (35’)
Stravinsky: The Firebird, Suite; Paris Conservatoire O, Concert O, Kenneth Alwyn
8.00 THURSDAY NIGHT OPERA
Pierre Monteux (20’) 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Haydn: Symphony no101 in D, The Clock; Vienna PO, Complete Opera - Rimsky-Korsakov:
Pierre Monteux (26’) The Golden Cockerel MORNING CONCERT
Proudly sponsored by Opera Queensland Vive la France
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK Queen of Shemakha – Elena Stoyanova, s Prepared by Peter Arlidge
MORNING CONCERT The Golden Cockerel – Yavora Stoilova, s Berlioz: Beatrice et Benedict, Overture; SSO, Edo de
Prepared by Prue Wilson Amelfa – Evgenia Babacheva, ms Waart (8’)
Kalinnikov: Bilina, Epic Poem; Budapest SO, Antal Astrologer – Lyubomir Dyakovski, t Massenet: Le Cid, Ballet Music; Nat PO, Richard
Jancsovics (11’) Prince Guidon – Lyubomir Bodourov, t Bonynge (20’)
Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No1 in D min; Macquarie Trio (29’) Afron – Emil Ugrinov, br Chopin: Andante spianato and Grande Polonaise
Ravel: Sheherazade; Regine Crespin,s; Suisse Romande Polkan – Kosta Videv, b brillante in Eflat, op22; Roger Woodwad, p (14’)
O, Ernest Ansermet (16’) Tsar Dodon – Nikolai Stoilov, b Francaix: Divertissement for Bassoon and Strings;
Frumerie: Pastoral Suite op136; Sarah Lindloff, fl; Sofia Nat Opera Chorus & O, Dimiter Manolov (119’) Milan Turkovic, bn; ACO, Richard Tognetti (10’)
Swedish CO, Petter Sundkvist (12’) 10.15 AFTER THE OPERA Bizet: Carmen, Excerpts; Jane Rhodes, ms; Albert Lance,
Schubert: Symphony No2 in Bflat; Berlin PO, Lorin t; Paris Nat Opera O & Chorus, Roberto Benzi (13’)
Holst: St Paul’s Suite; English String O, William
Maazel (27’) Chausson: Symphony in Bflat; Suisse Romande O,
Boughton (13’)
Ernest Ansermet (36’)
12noon THE VILLAGE 10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT
MUSIC HOUR 12noon THE VILLAGE
A program of mainly mainstream jazz presented by
Join Marvin Crawford for a blend of light classics, MUSIC HOUR
Tony Hennessy/Charles Cannon.
nostalgia, show music and melodies which have stood Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
the test of time. The second half-hour includes Peter show music and melodies which have stood the test of
Weston Remembers, and Music Diary at 12.55. time. Music Diary is at 12.55.
1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY 1.00 SWING AND BIG BAND
Prepared by Robin Smith Jim Barlow/Ron Clark serve up easy-to-digest jazz for
Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening
pleasure.
friday 9 lunch.
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
Prepared by Patrick Johnson
Prepared by Jessie Crank Sanz: Musical Instruction on the Spanish Guitar, Book
Kevin Waldron
Brumby: The Phoenix and the Turtle; MSO, Hiroyuki 2; Gareth Koch, g (4’)
Iwaki (9’) 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Various arr Respighi: The Birds; ACO, Christopher
Morley arr Kain: Now is the month of Maying; Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught Lyndon Gee (19’)
attr Dowland arr Kain: Fortune my foe; Start the day with Anne Forbes and a variety of light, 2.30 FRIDAY CONCERT HALL
Anon arr Kain: Nutmegs and ginger; Guitar Trek (6’) bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
Weber: Turandot; Excerpts; QPO, John Georgiadis (9’) 7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids Harty: Piano Concerto in Bmin; Peter Donohoe, p;
2.30 THURSDAY CONCERT HALL Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”. Ulster O, Takuo Yuasa (30’)
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham 8.00 NEWS & Rachmaninov: Symphony No2 in Emin; PaO, Mariss
Mussorgsky orch Rimsky-Korsakov: Khovanshchina, Jansons (55’)
WEATHER
Prelude: London SO; Georg Solti (5’)

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4.00

CD OF THE WEEK
DRIVETIME
saturday 10 Buxtehude arr Chavez: Chaconne in Emin; Mexico City
PO, Enrique Batiz (8’)

CLASSICS 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN 2.00 SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by Prepared and presented by Jenny Bofinger
Relax and unwind with John Forbes/Margaret Whyte
Alan Young Mendelssohn: The Hebrides; London SO, Peter Maag
and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including
(10’)
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Trad arr: The Helston Furry Dance; O Waly, Waly; An
6.00 NEWS & “Good Morning” music with Howard Ainsworth Eriskay Love Lilt; Richard Lewis, t; Tina Bonifacio O,
WEATHER including Charles Mackerras (11’)
6.00 Band Parade Alfven: Swedish Rhapsody No1, Midsummer Vigil;
6.05 DINNER
6.30 Mainly Viennese Helsingborg SO, Okko Kamu (13’)
CLASSICS 7.00 BBC News and Local Weather Leclair: Violin Sonata in D, op9 no3; Frank Preuss, v;
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham 7.15 The Story of the Aria Nigel Foster, hc; Marguerite Dolmetsch, vdg (15’)
Rameau: Platee, Suite: European Union Baroque O, Roy 7.30 Music Diary Handel: Judas Maccabaeus, Act I, Excerpts; Felicity
Goodman (22’) Palmer, s; Janet Baker, c; Ryland Davies, t; John Shirley-
Haydn: Piano Concerto in D, HobXVIII:11; Emanuel Ax, 8.00 NEWS &
Quirk, b; Wandsworth School Choir; English CO, Charles
p/cond; Franz Liszt CO (18’) WEATHER Mackerras (22’)
Boyce: Symphony in Bflat, op2 no7; Aradia Ens, Kevin
8.05 MUSIC LOVER’S CHOICE Mozart: Oboe Quartet in F, K370; Diana Doherty, ob;
Mallon (9’) Members of Belcea String Qt (15’)
Proudly sponsored by Reg Mills Stereo
7.00 FRIDAY FEATURE Hosted by Howard Ainsworth introducing his special Shostakovich: Piano Concerto No2 in F; Dmitri
Prepared by Bill Halliday guest who discusses and presents some favourite Shostakovich Jnr, p; I Musici de Montreal, Maxim
Tchaikovsky: Suite No4 in G, Mozartiana, Excerpts; music. This program is repeated on Monday at 10pm. Shostakovich (18’)
Detroit SO, Neeme Jarvi (7’) 4.00 SATURDAY FEATURE
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Villa-Lobos: Bachianas brasileiras No5, Aria; Dawn The Children’s Hour
Upshaw, s; Unnamed Cello Ens (6’) SATURDAY LIGHT Prepared by Jessie Crank
Respighi after Rossini: Rossiniana, Tarantella; WASO, AND BRIGHT Walton: Ten Duets for Children; Rhondda Gillespie,
Jorge Mester (7’) Prepared by Bill Fraser Robert Weatherburn, p (13’)
Casella: Paganiniana, op65, Romance; Svizzera Italiana Presented by Sue Pepper/Gordon Dean Humperdinck: The Royal Children, Overture; Feast
O, Christian Benda 5’) Saint-Saens: Samson and Delilah, Bacchanale; Dresden of Hella and Children’s Roundelay; Bamberg SO, Karl
Barrios Mangore: Fabiniana; David Russell, g (3’) State Opera Chorus; Staatskapelle Dresden, Silvio Anton Rickenbacher (11’)
Dallapiccola: Tartiniana; Ruth Posselt, v; Columbia SO, Varviso (7’) Holland: Cradle Song for a Special Child; Rachael Hunt,
Leonard Bernstein (16’) Holst: A Moorside Suite; Grimethorpe Colliery Band, v; Nigel Bardsley, v; Geoffrey Stewart-Richardson, va;
Schumann: Kreisleriana, op16, Excerpt; Yuri Egorov, p Elgar Howarth (14’) Tara Cuddeford, vc (4’)
(4’) Dvorak: Slavonic Dance No1 in C, op46 no1; Slovak PO, Debussy: Children’s Corner Suite, Excerpts; Jorg Demus,
8.00 AT THE CONCERT Zdenek Kosler (4’) p (13’)
Griffith Trio – 2007 Season, Concert 4 Binge: Elizabethan Serenade; Ivan Rebroff, b; Unnamed Bizet: Children’s Games; Scottish Nat O, Alexander
Recorded by the 4MBS Concert Recording Team at Ian O (2’) Gibson (11’)
Hanger Recital Hall on 19 October 2007 Milhaud: Scaramouche; Christian Ivaldi, p; Noel Lee, P
(8’)
5.00 EVENING PRELUDE
Recording: Mike and Jos Le Voi Mozart: Lucio Silla, Overture; Salzburg Mozarteum O, Prepared by Bill Fraser
Production: Mike Le Voi Leopold Hager (8’) Vivaldi: Violin Concerto in Eflat, op8 no5, La tempesta
Anon arr Grainger: Scotch Strathspey and Reel; di mare; Cho-Liang Lin, v; Anthony Newman, hc; Sejong
Shostakovich: Piano Trio No1 in Cmin; Griffith Trio Ens (9’)
(12’) Cantillation; Sinfonia Australis, Antony Walker (7’)
Dvorak: Rusalka, Polonaise; Minnesota O, Eiji Oue (4’) Tommasini: The Carnival of Venice; O Sinfonica
Shostakovich arr Derevianko: Symphony No15 in A; Toscanini, Massimo de Bernart (13’)
Griffith Trio; Percussion Trio (44’) Mozart: Violin Sonata No178 in C; Anne-Sophie Mutter,
v; Lambert Orkis, p (16’) Tenidis: Rhapsody of Pontos; Theodore Kerkezos,
AT THE CONCERT – Part II Saint-Saens: Septet in Eflat, op65; Frank Braley, p; David sax; Simos Papanas, v; Thessaloniki State SO, Myron
Australian Festival of Chamber Music, Mostly Guerrier, tr; Renaud Capucon, v; Esther Hoppe, v; Beatrice Michailidis (13’)
Mozart Marathon, Part 2 Muthelet, va; Gautier Capucon, vc; Janne Saksala, db (16’) attr Fasch: Bassoon Sonata in C; Kim Walker, bn; Clena
Recorded by the 4MBS Concert Recording Team at Sousa: Humoresque on Kern’s Look for the Silver Lining; Stein, db; Darryl Nixon, hc (9’)
Townsville Civic Theatre on 15 July 2000 Razumovsky SO, Keith Brion (6’) Bellini: Torna, vezzosa fillide; Denis O’Neal, t; Ingrid
Surgenor, p (8’)
Recording & Production: Geoff Chapman 12noon INTERMEZZO Strauss, Josef: The Coquette, Polka francaise; Slovak
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham State PO, Manfred Mussauer (3’)
Mozart: Piano Concerto No14 in Eflat; Malcolm Bilson,
Handel: Music for the Royal Fireworks; English Concert, Copland: The Red Pony, Suite; Buffalo PO, JoAnn
fp; Max McBride, db; Goldner String Qt (20’)
Trevor Pinnock (19’) Falletta (24’)
Haydn arr Salomon: Symphony no104 in D, London;
Schubert orch Liszt: Wanderer Fantasy; Jorge Bolet, p;
Malcolm Bilson fp; Max McBride, db; Catherine
London PO, Georg Solti (22’)
6.30 INVITATION TO THE DANCE
McCorkill, cl; Geoffrey Collins, fl; Goldner String Qt Prepared by Colin Brumby
Vanhal: Symphony in D, BryanD2; Toronto Camerata,
(26’) Strauss R: Der Rosenkavalier, Waltzes; Hollywood Bowl
Kevin Mallon (14’)
10.00 SUCH BEAUTIFUL MUSIC, SO, Felix Slatkin (10’)
1.00 ONE O’CLOCK BAROQUE Strauss JII: Figaro, French Polka, op320; CSSR State PO,
SO SELDOM HEARD
Prepared by Alan Young Johannes Wildner (5’)
Franz Krommer (1759-1831)
Bach: Keyboard Concerto No3 in D, BWV1054; Angela Ponchielli: La Gioconda, Dance of the Hours; Royal PO,
Prepared and presented by Dieter Grant-Frost
Hewitt, p; ACO, Richard Tognetti (16’) Stanley Black (10’)
Telemann: Ouverture des nations anciens et modernes;
Amsterdam CO, Andrew Rieu (15’)
7.00 SATURDAY SOIREE
Molter: Trumpet Concerto No2 in D; Niklas Eklund, Prepared by William Fraser
baroque tr; Drottningholm Baroque Ens, Nils-Erik Sparf Spohr: Fantasy in Bmin on Themes of Danzi and Vogler,
(13’) op118; Sophie Langdon, v; Hugh Webb, hp (12’)

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Programs

Dvorak: Capriccio, Concert Rondo; Qian Zhou, v; Rosamunde, Excerpts; Elly Ameling, s; Leipzig R Chorus; Ives G: Listen sweet dove; Hereford Cathedral Choir;
Edmund Battersby, p (10’) Gewandhaus O, Kurt Masur (20’) Huw Williams, o; Roy Massey (3’)
Haydn: String Quartet in F, op2 no4; Kodaly Qt (22’) Piano Trio No1 in Bflat; Macquarie Trio (40’) Jackson: Missa Triuerensis; Truro Cathedral Choir;
Weber: Seven Variations in Bflat on a Theme from The Trout; Thomas Quasthoff, b/br; Justus Zeyen, p (2’) Christopher Gray, o; Robert Sharpe (11’)
Silvana, op33; Kalman Berkes, cl; Jeno Jando, p (10’) Symphony No5 in Bflat; ACO, Richard Tognetti (30’) Comeau: Preces and Responses; Truro Evening Service;
8.00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME 12noon REVIEWS AND PREVIEWS James Fox, vocal (9’); Watts’ Cradle Song (2’); Truro
Cathedral Choir; Christopher Gray, o; Robert Sharpe
Prepared by Prue Wilson Join us for a look at recent and forthcoming arts events
Rawsthorne N: They that go down to the sea in ships;
Auber arr Lambert: Les rendezvous; English Concert O, around Brisbane. Music Diary is at 12.55.
Collegiate Singers; Richard Moorhouse, o; Andrew
Richard Bonynge (19’) 1.00 UNIMUSIC Millinger (7’)
Arensky: Variations on a Theme of Tchaikovsky; New
A preview of University of Queensland concerts and 8.00 THE BRITISH MUSE
Sinfonietta Amsterdam, Lev Markiz (16’)
events.
Alkan orch Klindworth: Etude-Concerto, op39 no8; Prepared by Colin Brumby
Dmitry Feofanov, p; Razumovsky SO, Robert Stankovsky 2.00 SUNDAY AFTERNOON Holst: Walt Whitman Overture; London PO, Nicholas
(25’) Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Braithwaite (7’)
Adam: Giselle, Excerpts; London SO, Richard Bonynge Arnold: English Dances, Set I; QSO, Andrew Penny (9’) Hurlstone: Piano Concerto in D; Eric Parkin, p; London
(19’) MacDowell: Piano Concerto No1 in Amin; Donna PO, Nicholas Braithwaite (25’)
Benda F: Flute Concerto in Emin; Patrick Gallois, fl; CPE Amato, p; London PO, Paul Freeman (26’) Rootham: Symphony No1 in Cmin; London PO, Vernon
Bach CO, Peter Schreier (21’) Rameau: Dardanus, Suite; European Union Baroque O, Handley (31’)
Berlioz: The Damnation of Faust, Excerpts; Philadelphia Roy Goodman (34’) Moeran: Violin Concerto; John Georgiadis, v; London
O, Charles Munch (12’) Tchaikovsky: Symphony No3 in D, Polish; Oslo PO, SO, Vernon Handley (35’)
10.00 SATURDAY LATE CLASSICS Mariss Jansons (45’) Bennett WS: The Naiades; PaO, Nicholas Braithwaite
4.00 SUNDAY FEATURE (13’)
Prepared by Colin Brumby
Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme; Steven The Three Seasons – Vivaldi’s Music for Rome 10.00 SUNDAY LATE CLASSICS
Isserlis, vc; ACO, Richard Tognetti (18’) Prepared by Rob Wills Prepared by Jessie Crank
Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture; Vienna PO, Lorin Vivaldi: Il giustino, RV717, Excerpts; Francesca Tancredi, Lanner: Leopoldstadter Landler, op35; Vienna
Maazel (19’) s; Silvia Bossi, s; Linda Campanella, s; Manuela Custer, Biedermeier Ens (8’)
Violin Concerto in D; Gidon Kremer, v; Berlin PO, Lorin ms; Gianluca Belfiori Doro, ct; Leonardo di Lisi, t; Arensky: Egyptian Nights; USSR RSO, Boris Demchenko
Maazel (33’) Alessandro Stradella Consort, Estevan Velardi (41’) (20’)
Suite No3 in G; USSR Academic SO, Yevgeny Svetlanov 5.00 SUNDAY SOIREE Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Guitar Concerto No1 in D;
(42’) Siegfried Behrend, g; Berlin PO, Reinhard Peters (19’)
Prepared by Patrick Johnson
Schubert: Octet in F; Consort of London, Robert Haydon
Brahms after Merty: Hungarian Dance, No4 in Fsharp
Clark (64’)
min; Idil Biret, p (5’)
Brahms: Symphony No3 in F, 3rd movt; Silke-Thora
Matthies, Christian Kohn, p (6’)

sunday 11
Schumann: Three Geibel Poems, op30 no3, The Hidalgo;
Simon Keenlyside, br; Graham Johnson, p (3’)

monday 12
Schubert: Mignon’s Song, Know’st thou this land?
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
D321; Christa Ludwig, ms; Irwin Gage, p (4’)
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by Gottschalk: Grande tarantella, op67; Alan Marks, p;
Colin Brumby 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Nerine Barrett, p (5’)
Mozart: Violin Sonata No10 in Bflat, K15; Er’ella Talmi, Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
fl; Yoav Talmi, p (8’) Patrick Johnson
Start the day with Jim Griffin/Chris Andrews, and a
Crusell: Divertimento in C, op9; Max Artved, ob; Elise 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
variety of light, bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music
Batnes, v; Tue Lautrup, v; Dimitri Golovanov, va; Lars
Diary at 7.30am and special features throughout. Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
Holm Johansen, vc (10’)
8.00 NEWS & Start the day with Noela Billington/Max Hurley
Hummel: Piano Trio No2 in F, Allegro moderato; Simon
and a variety of light, bright classics, BBC News at
WEATHER Standage, v; Pal Banda, vc; Susan Alexander-Max, fp
7am, Music Diary at 7.30am and special features
(5’)
8.05 SACRED AND SECULAR throughout, including Kids Classics at 6.45am and “On
A varied selection of solo vocal and choral music for 6.00 YOUNGSPACE This Day…”.
Sunday morning. By young musicians - for young people 8.00 NEWS &
9.00 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY 6.30 DIVERTISSEMENT WEATHER
Mr Beethoven of Bonn - Part 2 Prepared by John Carrier
Nicolai: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Overture; London 8.05 LIGHT &
Prepared by Ross Sadler
SO, Charles Mackerras (9’) BRIGHT
Beethoven: Piano Quartet in Eflat, WoO 36 no1, 3rd
movt, Theme and Variations; Rubinstein C Players (9’) Badarzewska-Baranowska: The Maiden’s Prayer; Peter Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
Two Preludes through all Twelve Major Keys, op39; Jeno Nagy, p (5’) upcoming events.
Jando, p (8’) Brumby: South Bank Overture; QSO, Werner Andreas Prepared by Colin Brumby
Trio in G for Piano, Flute and Bassoon, WoO 37; Jean- Albert (10’) Grieg orch Sitt: Norwegian Dances, op35, No1 in Dmin;
Pierre Rampal, fl; Paul Hongne, bn; Robert Veyron- Royal Scottish Nat O, Bjarte Engeset (6’)
7.00 IN QUIRES AND PLACES
Lacroix, p (7’) Saint-Saens: Wedding Cake in Aflat; Felicja Blumental,
Arranged and presented by John Hawkins p; Filarmonica Triestina, Luigi Toffolo (10’)
Cantata on the Death of Emperor Joseph II, Excerpts; Howells: Holy Spirit, ever dwelling; Manchester
Janice Watson, s; Jose van Dam, b; Corydon O, Matthew Raff: From Thuringia, 5th movt, Country Fair; Bamberg
Cathedral Choir; Jeffrey Makinson, o; Christopher SO, Hans Stadlmair (8’)
Best (20’) Stokes (3’) Stanford: Suite for Violin and Orchestra, op32, Rondo;
10.00 SUNDAY MORNING Britten: Festival Te Deum; St John’s College Cambridge Anthony Marwood, v; BBC Scottish SO, Martyn Brabbins
Franz Schubert Choir; Iain Farrington, o; Christopher Robinson (6’) (7’)
Prepared by Richard Austin and Philip Simpson Britten: Jubilate in C; Gloucester Cathedral Choir, David Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, Waltz; New PaO, Richard
Schubert: Overture in the Italian Style in C; San Briggs (3’) Bonynge (7’)
Francisco SO, Herbert Blomstedt (8’)

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Kalman: Countess Mariza, Komm, Zigany; Fritz Heinichen: Concerto in Emin for Flute and Violin;
9.00 NEWS
Wunderlich, t; Bavarian State O, Hans Moltkau (5’); Laurence Dean, fl; Thomas Albert, v/cond; Fiori musicali
9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY Komm mit nach Varasdin; Else Liebesberg, s; Herbert (9’)
The Griffith Trio Prikopa, br; Vienna Volksoper O, Franz Bauer-Theussl (2’) Canteloube: Songs of the Auvergne, Spring Water;
Prepared by Colin Brumby Strauss: Vienna Blood, Wiener Blut; Du susses Where shall we go; Down in Limousin; Kiri Te Kanawa,
Haydn: Keyboard Trio No28 in E, HobXV:28; Griffith Trio Zuckertauberl mein; Walzersang!; Anneliese s; English CO, Jeffrey Tate (7’)
(17’) Rothenberger, s; Nicolai Gedda, t; Erich Kuchar, t; Friedman: Viennese Dances on Themes by Gartner,
Schubert: Piano Quintet in A, Trout; Patricia Pollett, va; Munich Gartnerplatz Theatre Chorus; Graunke SO, Willy No2; Simon Tedeschi, p (4’)
Michael Morgan, db; Griffith Trio (34’) Mattes (5’) Chabrier: Espana; SSO, Stuart Challender (6’)
Fall: The Rose of Istanbul, Ihr stillen, sussen Frau’n; Fritz
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK 9.00 NEWS
Wunderlich, t; Graunke SO, Carl Michalski (3’)
MORNING CONCERT Strauss: Die Fledermaus, Orlofsky’s Song; Im Feuerstrom 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham der Reben; Brigitte Fassbaender, ms; Renate Holm, s; Arthur Sullivan, born this day 1842
Dvorak: Symphonic Variations, op78; London SO, Istvan Nicolai Gedda, t; Vienna SO & State Opera Chorus, Willi Prepared by Colin Brumby
Kertesz (23’) Boskovsky (5’) Sullivan: Victoria and Merrie England, Suite no1; Royal
Ries: Piano Concerto in C, op123; Christopher Stolz/Benatzky: White Horse Inn, Goodbye; Richard PO, Royston Nash (11’)
Hinterhuber, p; New Zealand SO, Uwe Grodd (32’) Tauber, t; Unnamed O (3’); Es muss was wunderbares Symphony in E, Irish; Royal Liverpool PO, David Lloyd-
Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin, Waltz; Cincinnati Pops O, sein; Hilde Brauner, s; Kurt Equiluz, t; Vienna Volksoper Jones (35’)
Erich Kunzel (7’) O, Franz Bauer-Theussl (3’)
Lehar: The Land of Smiles, Meine Liebe, deine Liebe;
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Kalinnikov: Symphony No2 in A; Nat SO of Ukraine,
Theodore Kuchar (40’) Emmy Loose, s; Erich Kunz, br; PaO, Otto Ackermann (3’) MORNING CONCERT
12noon THE VILLAGE Strauss: A Night in Venice, Ach, wie so herrlich zu Prepared by Alan Young
schau’n; Komm’ in die Gondel; Fritz Wunderlich, t; Vivaldi: Violin Concerto in A, The Cuckow, RV335;
MUSIC HOUR
Berlin SO, Fried Walter (7’) Elizabeth Wallfisch, v; Aust Brandenburg O, Paul Dyer
Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia, Lehar: The Merry Widow, O Vaterland; Lippen schweigen; (9’)
show music and melodies which have stood the test of Finale; Boje Skovhus, br; Cheryl Studer, s; Monteverdi Krommer: Concertino for Flute and Oboe in C, op65;
time. Music Diary is at 12.55. The program includes the Choir; Vienna PO, John Eliot Gardiner (6’) Peter-Lukas Graf, fl/cond; Heinz Holliger, ob; English CO
Featured Musical.
8.00 MAESTRO (23’)
1.00 SWING AND BIG BAND Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez; Slava Grigoryan, g;
Proudly sponsored by The Queensland Orchestra
Jim Wrigley presents a bright variety of jazz from Prepared by Colin Brumby TQO, Brett Kelly (23’)
mainstream, traditional and swing. Dvorak: Hussite Overture; London SO, Istvan Kertesz Brahms: Symphony No1 in Cmin; Scottish CO, Charles
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES (14’) Mackerras (45’)
Prepared by John Carrier Elgar: Violin Concerto in Bmin; Nigel Kennedy, v; 12noon THE VILLAGE
Hill: Symphony No3 in Bmin, Australia; QSO, Wilfred London PO, Vernon Handley (54’) MUSIC HOUR
Lehmann (28’) Faure: Pavane; English Sinfonia, Charles Groves (5’) Join Ray Watson for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
Janacek: Glagolitic Mass; City of Birmingham SO & show music and melodies which have stood the test of
2.30 MONDAY CONCERT HALL
Chorus, Simon Rattle (39’) time. Music Diary is at 12.55.
Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost
Kalliwoda: Overture No16 in Amin; The New O, 10.00 MUSIC LOVER’S CHOICE 1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY
Christoph Spering (12’) A repeat of last Saturday’s Music Lover’s Choice program Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
Paganini: Violin Concerto No3 in E; Salvatore Accardo, hosted by Howard Ainsworth. Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening
v; London PO, Charles Dutoit (37’) pleasure.
Strauss R: Le bourgeois gentilhomme, Concert Suite;
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
MSO, Michael Halasz (34’)
Prepared by Jessie Crank
4.00 CD OF THE WEEK Anon arr O’Boyle: Sakura; Riley Lee, shakuhachi; QSO,


DRIVETIME
CLASSICS
tuesday 13 Sean O’Boyle (6’)
Puccini arr: La rondine, Doretta’s Dream; Warwick
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN Adeney, v; Elena Papas, hp (5’)
Relax and unwind with Robyn Frost/Margaret McNamara Mills: Aeolian Caprices; QSO, Richard Mills (6’)
and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
Colin Brumby Arnold: English Dances, Set 2, op33; QSO, Andrew
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. Penny (9’)
6.00 NEWS & 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
2.30 TUESDAY CONCERT HALL
WEATHER Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
6.05 DINNER Start the day with John Hawkins and a variety of light, Rachmaninov: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini;
bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at Howard Shelley, p; Royal Scottish Nat O, Bryden
CLASSICS
7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids Thomson (24’)
Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”.
Kraus: Sinfonia buffa; Swedish CO, Petter Sundkvist Shostakovich: Symphony No10 in Emin; PaO, Simon
(17’) 8.00 NEWS & Rattle (57’)
Ries: Cello Sonata in A, op21; Guido Larisch, vc; Robert WEATHER 4.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Hill, fp (26’)
Beethoven: Romance No2 in F; Vanessa-Mae, v; London
8.05 LIGHT & DRIVETIME
SO, Viktor Fedotov (9’) BRIGHT CLASSICS
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing Relax and unwind with Peter Cahill/Bevan Wiltshire and
7.00 MONDAY FEATURE upcoming events. a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including
Highlights of Viennese Operetta Prepared by Jessie Crank “On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30.
Prepared by Jenny Dawson Rimsky-Korsakov: Snow Maiden Suite, Excerpts;
Strauss: The Gypsy Baron, Als flotter Geist; So voll 6.00 NEWS &
Czecho-Slovak RSO, Donald Johanos (8’)
frohlichkeit; Nicolai Gedda, t; Rita Streich, s; Gisela Litz, Haydn: Piano Trio in G, Gypsy, HobXV:25, 3rd movt, WEATHER
ms; Bavarian State Opera Chorus & O, Franz Allers (5’) Gypsy Rondo; KLR Trio (3’)

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Programs

6.05 DINNER Giuliani: Grand Serenade, op82, Allegro brillante; Nora 6.05 DINNER
CLASSICS Shulman, fl; Norbert Kraft, g (4’) CLASSICS
Prepared by Bevan Wiltshire Donizetti: The Daughter of the Regiment, My friends!; Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
Handel: Concerto grosso in F, op6 no9; Northern Cesare Valletti, t; Milan RAI Chorus & Lyric O, Mario Dvorak: Slavonic Dance in Gmin, op46 no8; Royal PO,
Sinfonia, George Malcolm (16’) Rossi (6’) Antal Dorati (4’)
Reger: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Mozart; Hummel: Piano Concerto No3 in Bmin, Finale; Stephen Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto No1 in Gmin; Rudolf
Bavarian RSO, Colin Davis (34’) Hough, p; English CO, Bryden Thomson (11’) Serkin, p; Philadelphia O, Eugene Ormandy (19’)
7.00 EVENING CLASSICS 9.00 NEWS Haydn: Symphony No98 in Bflat; Pa Hungarica, Antal
Dorati (28’)
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Mozart: Serenade No6 in D, Serenata notturna, K239; 7.00 WEDNESDAY BAROQUE
Pierre Boulez
Swedish CO, Petter Sundkvist (13’) Prepared by Patrick Johnson Prepared by Bevan Wiltshire
Liadov: The Enchanted Lake; Slovak PO, Stephen Beethoven: Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage; John Bach: Harpsichord Concerto in Dmin, BWV1052; St.
Gunzenhauser (8’) Alldis Choir; New PaO, Pierre Boulez (8’) James’s Baroque Players, Ivor Bolton (23’)
Kodaly: Dances of Galanta; London SO, Istvan Kertesz Wagner: Tannhauser, Overture; New York PO, Pierre Praetorius arr Russ: Terpsichore, Suite in D; Christopher
(16’) Boulez (14’) Parkening, g (12’)
Vanhal: Symphony in Aflat, Bryan Aflat 1; Toronto Debussy: Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun; Cleveland Biber: Vesperae a 32; Amsterdam Baroque O & Choir,
Camerata, Kevin Mallon (18’) O, Pierre Boulez (9’) Ton Koopman (21’)
8.00 YOUR CLASSICAL Ravel: Le tombeau de Couperin; New York PO, Pierre 8.00 KNOW YOUR MUSIC
COLLECTION Boulez (17’) An informative and stimulating program hosted by
Prepared and presented by Catherine Grant 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK Donald Thornton.
Including new releases from Universal Classics and Dvorak: String Quartet No7 in Amin (30’)
this week’s recommended recording for starting your MORNING CONCERT Gypsy Songs (13’)
classical collection. Prepared by Ian McKinney Symphony No7 in Dmin (37’)
Spohr: Clarinet Concerto No1 in Cmin; Gervase de Bach: Orchestral Suite No3 in D; ACO, Richard Tognetti
9.30 THE ART OF SINGING
Peyer, cl; London SO, Colin Davis; Decca 433727-2 (20’) (21’)
Mozart: Piano Concerto No23 in A; Wilhelm Kempff, p; Only Basses and Baritones allowed
10.00 THE BRISBANE CHAMBER CHOIR Bamberg SO, Ferdinand Leitner (25’) Prepared by Noela Billington
PRESENTS ‘THE CHOIR ROOM’ Puccini: Madam Butterfly, Love Duet; One fine day; Wagner: Tannhauser; Hakan Hagegard, b; PaO, Marek
A program of diverse choral music, prepared by Graeme Death of Butterfly; Maria Callas, s; Nicolai Gedda, t; PaO, Janowski (5’)
Morton. Tullio Serafin (16’) Verdi: Rigoletto; Sherrill Milnes, br; London SO, Richard
Dvorak: Symphony No9 in Emin, From the New World; Bonynge (5’)
10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT Rossini: The Italian Girl in Algiers, I already feel excited and
An interesting variety of jazz selected by Lynette Irwin/ Los Angeles PO, Zubin Mehta (39’)
afire; Samuel Ramey, b; I Solisti Veneti, Claudio Scimone (4’)
James Dalgleish to relax and entertain you through to 12noon THE VILLAGE Jacobs-Bond: A Perfect Day; Donald Shanks, b; Robert
the midnight hour. MUSIC HOUR Boughen, o (3’)
Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia, Verdi: Otello, Credo; Ruggero Raimondi, br; Paris Nat
show music and melodies which have stood the test of Opera O, Emil Tchakarov (5’)
time. Music Diary is at 12.55. Donizetti: Don Pasquale, Softly, softly hence
1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY descending; Thomas Hampson, br; Samuel Ramey, b;
Munich RO, Miguel Gomez-Martinez (7’)
wednesday 14 Prepared by Robin Smith
Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening
pleasure.
Mozart: The Magic Flute, Within these sacred halls;
Matti Salminen, b (4’);
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin, Love is no respecter of
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by 2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES age; Jaako Ryhanen, b (6’); Helsinki PO, Leif Segerstam
John Carrier Prepared by Colin Brumby Leoncavallo: Pagliacci, Prologue; Robert Merrill, br;
Delius: On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring; Adelaide Santa Cecilia Academy O, Lamberto Gardelli (7’)
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
SO, Carl Pini (6’)
Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught 10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT
Hughes: Sinfonietta; SSO, Nicolai Malko (19’)
Start the day with Ken Bell/Anne Tanner and a variety of Mark Bazeley/John Diegan present a mix of traditional
light, bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at
2.30 WEDNESDAY CONCERT HALL to modern jazz.
7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost
Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”. Rossini: Moses, Ballet Music; Monte Carlo Nat Opera O,
Antonio de Almeida (21’)
8.00 NEWS & Ries: Piano Concerto in Aflat, Salute to the Rhine;
WEATHER Christopher Hinterhuber, p; New Zealand SO, Uwe
8.05

LIGHT &
BRIGHT
Grodd (29’)
Beethoven: Symphony No5 in Cmin; SSO, Willem van thursday 15
Otterloo (31’) 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
4.00 CD OF THE WEEK Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
upcoming events.
Colin Brumby
Prepared by Colin Brumby DRIVETIME
Wolf-Ferrari: The Jewels of the Madonna, Act III
CLASSICS 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
Intermezzo; QSO, Wilfred Lehmann (3’) Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
Relax and unwind with Eddie Fee/Chadwick Palmer and
Delibes: The Maids of Cadiz; Victoria de Los Angeles, s; Start the day with Judith Bell and a variety of light, bright
a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including
Sinfonia of London, Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos (3’) classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at 7.30am and
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30.
Grieg: Lyric Pieces Book 8, op65, No6 Wedding at special features throughout, incl. Children’s Corner at
Troldhaugen; Joseph Cooper, p (6’) 6.00 NEWS & 6.45am and “On This Day…”
Mozart: Dixit Dominus and Magnificat, K193, WEATHER
Magnificat; Capella Brugensis; Collegium Instrumentale 8.00 NEWS &
Brugen, Patrick Peire (6’) WEATHER

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8.05 LIGHT & Brahms: Symphony No4 in Emin; QYSO, John Curro 8.05 LIGHT &
BRIGHT (39’) BRIGHT
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing 4.00 CD OF THE WEEK Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
upcoming events. upcoming events.
Prepared by Robyn Frost DRIVETIME Prepared by Colin Brumby
Rutter: Suite for String Orchestra, Excerpts; Royal CLASSICS Scarlatti: Te Deum in C; The Sixteen, Harry Christophers
Ballet Sinfonia, David Lloyd-Jones (6’) Relax and unwind with Jenny Bofinger/Marvin Crawford (5’)
Brahms trans Joachim: Hungarian Dances, No1 in and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including Widor: Symphony No5 in Fmin, Toccata; Peter Hurford,
Gmin; No6 in Bflat; No7 in A; Anne-Sophie Mutter, v; “On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. o (6’)
Lambert Orkis, p (10’) 6.00 NEWS & Catalani: Impressions, No9 in A, Scherzo; La Scala PO,
Krommer: Oboe Quintet No1 in C, 4th movt; Nancy Riccardo Muti (5’)
Ambrose King, ob; Solomia Sovoka, v; Eva Stern, va;
WEATHER Handel: Alexander, In my spirit there shines; Sandrine
Joseph Kam, va; Natalia Khoma, vc (8’) 6.05 DINNER Piau, s; Les Talens Lyriques, Christophe Rousset (5’)
Strauss R: Capriccio, Dances; Macquarie Trio (7’) CLASSICS Scarlatti arr Tausig: Pastorale and Capriccio; Isador
Delius: Scherzo; English Northern Pa, David Lloyd- Prepared by Patrick Johnson Goodman, p (6’)
Jones (6’) Handel: Harp or Organ Concerto in Bflat, op4 no6; Lily Tchaikovsky: Valse-scherzo in C, op34; Gil Shaham, v;
Laskine, hp; Jean-Francois Paillard CO, Jean-Francois Russian Nat O, Mikhail Pletnev (9’)
9.00 NEWS
Paillard (13’) 9.00 NEWS
9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY Mozart: 2 Piano Concerto in Eflat; Alfred Brendel, p;
Peter Tchaikovsky Imogen Cooper, p; ASMF, Neville Marriner (25’) 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Prepared by Ryan Shapcott Schubert: Rondo in A, D438; Thomas Zehetmair, v/ Birgit Nilsson
Tchaikovsky: Capriccio italien; London SO, Gennady cond, German CPO (14’) Prepared by Colin Brumby
Rozhdestvensky (17’) 7.00 EVENING CLASSICS Weber: Der Freischutz, How could sleep come to
Souvenir of Florence in Dmin, 4th movt; I Musici de me…Softly sighs; Royal Opera House Covent Garden O,
Prepared by Ian McKinney
Montreal, Yuli Turovsky (8’) Edward Downes (9’)
Chausson: Poeme, op25; Jean-Jacques Kantorow, v;
arr Bedova: In this moonlight, op73 no3; Amid the din Verdi: Macbeth, Nel di della Vittoria io le incontrai;
New Japan PO, Michi Inoue (16’)
of the ball, op38 no3; Don Juan’s Serenade, op38 no1; Ambizioso spirto; Vieni t’affretta!; Virgilio Carbonari, t;
Schumann: Davidsbundlertanze, op6; Claudio Arrau, p
Sergej Larin, t; Bedova Sisters (8’) Santa Cecilia Academy O, Thomas Schippers (8’)
(37’)
Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin, Polonaise, Waltz; Czech Wagner: Lohengrin, Elsa’s Dream; Royal Opera House
RSO, Ondrej Lenard (11’) 8.00 THURSDAY NIGHT OPERA Covent Garden O, Edward Downes (6’)
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK The Story of “Edgar” Twilight of the Gods, Brunhilde’s Immolation Scene;
Proudly sponsored by Opera Queensland Vienna PO, Georg Solti (9’)
MORNING CONCERT Ross Sadler will tell us the story of Tristan and Isolde, Lovedeath; Vienna PO, Georg Solti (7’)
Prepared by Robyn Frost Puccini’s “Edgar” and play some of the Verdi: Aida, Return victorious!; Royal Opera House
Saint-Saens: Cello Concerto No1 in Amin; Steven best of its music. Covent Garden O, John Pritchard (7’)
Isserlis, vc; London SO, Michael Tilson Thomas (19’) 9.00 CHAMBER MUSIC All items with Birgit Nilsson, s
Mozart: Piano Sonata No11 in A; Gerard Willems, p 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost
(25’)
Krommer: String Quartet in D, op18 no1; Milan Qt MORNING CONCERT
Vivaldi: Clarae stellae , scintillate, RV625; Andreas
(22’)
Scholl, ct; Aust Brandenburg O, Paul Dyer (12’) Prepared by Prue Wilson
Ries: Grand Septet, op25; Linos Ens (33’)
Tchaikovsky arr Gauk: The Seasons, op37b; Detroit SO, Faure: Impromptu, op86; Judy Loman, hp (9’)
Neemi Jarvi (43’) 10.00 CONCERTO Strauss family orch Desormiere: The Beautiful
12noon THE VILLAGE Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost Danube; Nat PO, Richard Bonynge (30’)
Schubert arr Davidson: Arpeggione Sonata in Amin, Smetana: Piano Trio in Gmin; Smetana Trio (27’)
MUSIC HOUR
D821; Patricia Pollett, va; QPO, Werner Andreas Albert Creston: Symphony No5; Seattle SO, Gerard Schwarz (26’)
Join Marvin Crawford for a blend of light classics,
(27’)
nostalgia, show music and melodies which have stood 12noon THE VILLAGE
the test of time. The second half-hour includes Peter 10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT MUSIC HOUR
Weston Remembers, and Music Diary at 12.55. A program of mainly mainstream jazz presented by Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
Tony Hennessy/Charles Cannon.
1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY show music and melodies which have stood the test of
Prepared by Colin Brumby time. Music Diary is at 12.55.
Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening 1.00 SWING AND BIG BAND
pleasure. Jim Barlow/Ron Clark serve up easy-to-digest jazz for
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES lunch.
Prepared by Norma Wood
Gross: Concert Movement for Mandolin Orchestra,
friday 16 2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
Prepared by Jessie Crank
op134; Sydney Mandolins, Adrian Hooper (7’) 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN Mendelssohn: The Bouquet, op47 no5; Spring Song,
Verdi: Macbeth, O children…Alas, your father’s hand; Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by op47 no3; In Autumn, op9 no5; Barbara Bonney, s;
Donald Smith, t; Adelaide SO, John Lanchbery (4’) Valerie Pfitzner Geoffrey Parsons, p (7’)
Holst: The Planets, Uranus; QYSO, John Curro (5’) Rebel: Les elemens, Chaos; ACO, Richard Tognetti (8’)
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
Puccini: Madame Butterfly, One fine day; John Evans: Lavender Time;
Hammond, s; City of Birmingham SO, Leslie Heward (4’) Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught Hill: One Came Fluting;
Start the day with Anne Forbes and a variety of light, Evans: Fragrance; Tamara Anna Cislowska, p (9’)
2.30 THURSDAY CONCERT HALL
bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at
Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost 7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids 2.30 FRIDAY CONCERT HALL
Sullivan: Overture di ballo in E; QSO, Patrick Thomas Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”. Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
(10’) Strauss: The Gypsy Baron, Overture; Slovak State PO,
Pleyel: Symphony in C, op66; London Mozart Players, 8.00 NEWS & Alfred Walter (9’)
Matthias Bamert (23’) WEATHER Bruch: Scottish Fantasy; Maxim Fedotov, v; Russian PO,
Verdi: Macbeth, Ballet Music; Slovak PO, Kurt Redel Dmitry Yablonsky (33’)

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Programs

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No5 in Emin; Oslo PO, Mariss
Jansons (43’) saturday 17 Stamitz J: Symphony No2 in A, Kurpfalz CO, Klaus-
Peter Hahn (10’)
Satie: 3 Morceaux en forme de poire; Philippe Corre, p;
4.00 CD OF THE WEEK 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Edouard Exerjean, p (16’)
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
DRIVETIME Hoffmeister arr Nakariakov M: Concerto in D; Sergei
Colin Brumby
CLASSICS Nakariakov, tr; Wurttemberg CO, Jorg Faerber (17’)
Relax and unwind with John Forbes/Margaret Whyte 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Prokofiev: Alexander Nevsky; Ewa Podles, ms; Latvian
and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including State Choir, North Lille Nat O; Pas de Calais, Jean-Claude
“Good Morning” music with Howard Ainsworth
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. Casadesus (39’)
including
6.00 NEWS & 6.00 Band Parade 4.00 SATURDAY FEATURE
6.30 Mainly Viennese Proudly sponsored by the Queensland
WEATHER
7.00 BBC News and Local Weather Conservatorium, Griffith University
6.05 DINNER 7.15 The Story of the Aria Concerts and events at the Queensland
CLASSICS 7.30 Music Diary Conservatorium of Music
Prepared by Colin Brumby 8.00 NEWS & 5.00 EVENING PRELUDE
Brahms: Love Song Waltzes, op52a; Silke-Thora
Matthies, Christian Kohn, p (24’) WEATHER Prepared by Colin Brumby
Tartini: Violin Concerto in A, D96; Carlo Chiarappa, v/
Ravel: String Quartet in F; Aust String Qt (28’) 8.05 MUSIC LOVER’S CHOICE cond; Accademia Bizantina (16’)
7.00 FRIDAY FEATURE Proudly sponsored by Reg Mills Stereo Rossini: String Sonata No5 in Eflat; I Solisti Veneti,
Serenades Hosted by Howard Ainsworth introducing his special Claudio Scimone (13’)
Prepared by Colin Brumby guest who discusses and presents some favourite Paisiello: Piano Concerto No2 in F; Francesco Nicolosi,
Hoffstetter attr Haydn: String Quartet in F, Serenade, music. This program is repeated on Monday at 10pm. p; Collegium Philarmonicum CO, Gennaro Cappabianca
op3 no5, 2nd movt, Andante cantabile; Quartetto Italiano 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK (19’)
(6’) Sammartini GB: Symphony in A, JC62; Aradia Ens,
Schubert: Swan Song, D957 no4, Serenade; Jussi SATURDAY LIGHT Kevin Mallon (10’)
Bjorling, t; Harry Ebert, p (4’) AND BRIGHT Galuppi: Flute Concerto in D; James Galway, fl; I Solisti
Strauss R: Serenade, op17 no2; Jussi Bjorling, t; Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Veneti, Claudio Scimone (11’)
Frederick Schauweckert, p (2’) Presented by Sue Pepper/Gordon Dean Bononcini: Sinfonia decima a 7, op3 no12; John
Carulli: Serenade, op96; John Williams, g; Julian Bream, Borodin: Prince Igor, Overture; Mexico State SO, Enrique Wallace, tr; John Miller, tr; Andrew Schulman, vc; PaO,
g (10’) Batiz (11’) Christopher Warren-Green (10’)
Mozart: Don Giovanni, Serenade; Olaf Baer, br; Scarlatti: Keyboard Sonata in G, Kk180; Keyboard
Sonata in A, Kk181; Hae-won Chang, p (8’)
6.30 INVITATION TO THE DANCE
Staatskapelle Dresden, Hans Vonk (2‘)
Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez, 3rd movt; Pepe Romero, Prepared by Jessie Crank
Rossini: The Barber of Seville, Ecco ridente; Ramon
g; ASMF, Neville Marriner (5’) Saint-Saens: Henry VIII, Gypsy Dance; London SO,
Vargas, t; Failoni CO, Will Humburg (5’)
Ravel: La valse; Montreal SO, Charles Dutoit (12’) Richard Bonynge (3’)
Tchaikovsky: Serenade melancolique in Bmin, op26;
Mozart: Rondo in B Flat, K269; Takako Nishizaki, v; Williams JT: Hook, Lost boys’ ballet; Boston Pops O,
Maxim Vengerov, v; London SO, Mstislav Rostropovich
Capella Istropolitana, Johannes Wildner (8’) John Williams (4’)
(10’)
Massenet: Le Cid, Ballet Music; Nat PO, Richard Brumby: Dance of the Shepherds; Sydney Mandolins
Gounod: Serenade; Yvonne Kenny, s; Malcolm
Bonynge (20’) (4’)
Martineau, p (4’)
Haydn: String Quartet in E Flat, op17 no3; Kodaly Qt Mozart: Idomeneo, Ballet Music, K367, Final Ballet;
Bizet arr: The Fair Maid of Perth, Serenade; Roberto
(18’) Musicians of the Louvre, Marc Minkowski (12’)
Alagna, t; David Alagna, g; Frederico Alagna, g (4’)
8.00 AT THE CONCERT
Dvorak: American Suite; Russian PO, Dmitry Yablonsky 7.00 SATURDAY SOIREE
(17’) Prepared by Colin Brumby
Markus Stocker – Beethoven Recital No2
12noon INTERMEZZO Schumann: ABEGG variations; Kotaro Fukuma, p (7’)
Recorded by the 4MBS Concert Recording Team at Ian
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Schubert: Bliss; In Spring; The Son of the Muses; The
Hanger Recital Hall on 12 September 2007
Weber: Euryanthe, Overture; Czecho-Slovak RSO, Alfred Trout; Lynda Russell, s; Peter Hill, p (10’)
Recording: Mike and Jos Le Voi Walter (8’) Chopin: 3 Ecossaises, op72, No1 in D; No2 in G; No3 in
Production: Mike Le Voi Mendelssohn: Capriccio brillant in B min, op22; Rudolf Dflat; Vladimir Ashkenazy, p (2’)
Serkin, p; Philadelphia O, Eugene Ormandy (12’) Beethoven: To the Distant Beloved; Peter Schreier, t;
Beethoven: Cello Sonata No2 in Gmin (24’)
Bizet: Symphony in C; New Zealand SO, Donald Johanos Andras Schiff, p (13’)
Cello Sonata No4 in C (16’)
(35’) Brahms: Souvenir of Russia; Silke-Thora Matthies,
Twelve Variations in G on a Theme by Handel (13’)
Christian Kohn, p (20’)
Cello Sonata No5 in D (22’) 1.00 ONE O’CLOCK BAROQUE
All items with Markus Stocker, vc; Stephen Emmerson, p Prepared by Colin Brumby
8.00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME
AT THE CONCERT - Part II Bach: Italian Concerto in F; Murray Perahia, p (13’) Prepared by Myra Kluck
Handel: Alceste, Gentle Morpheus; Dawn Upshaw, s; Viotti: Violin Concerto No23 in G; Mauro Ranieri, v;
4MBS Festival of Music: Qld State and Municipal
Orpheus CO (7’) Accademia dei Filarmonici, Aldo Sisillo (27’)
Choir
Hotteterre: Suite No1; Jean-Francois Bouges, fl; Liapunov: Rhapsody on Ukrainian Themes, Michael
Recorded by the 4MBS Concert Recording team at St
Philippe Pierlot, vdg; Yasuko Uyama-Bouvard, hc (12’) Ponti, p; Westphalian SO, Siegfried Landau (16’)
John’s Cathedral on 26 May 2001
Veracini: Sonata in F, op1 no12; Anna McDonald, v; Bantock: A Hebridean Symphony; Royal PO, Vernon
Recording and Production: David Starr Erin Helyard, hc; Tommie Anderson, theorbo (22’) Handley (35’)
Arriaga: String Quartet No3 in Eflat; Guarneri Qt (27’)
Purcell: Funeral Music for Queen Mary (15’) 2.00 SATURDAY AFTERNOON Chabrier: Bouree fantasque; Allan Schiller, p (6’)
Rutter: Gloria (18’); Qld State and Municipal Choir; Prepared and presented by Jenny Bofinger
Qld Conservatorium Brass Ens; Christopher Wrench, o; Offenbach: The Drum-Major’s Daughter, Overture; New
10.00 SATURDAY LATE CLASSICS
Kevin Power PaO, Richard Bonynge (7’) Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
Handel: Judas Maccabaeus, Act 1 conclusion; Felicity Tchaikovsky: March slave; Cincinnati Pops O, Eric
10.00 SUCH BEAUTIFUL MUSIC,
Palmer, s; Janet Baker, ms; Ryland Davies, t; Wandsworth Kunzel (10’)
SO SELDOM HEARD
School Choir; English CO, Charles Mackerras (16’) Rodrigo: Fantasia for a Courtier; Leonard Grigoryan, g;
Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778 – 1837) TQO, Brett Kelly (23’)
Prepared and presented by Dieter Grant-Frost

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programs

Mahler: Symphony No2 in Cmin, Resurrection; Heather The Merchant of Venice, Suite; City of Birmingham SO, Mozart: Concertone in C, K190; Philip Bridge, v;
Harper, s; Helen Watts, c; London SO & Choirs, Georg Vivian Dunn (14’) Christian Crenne, v; Instrumental Ens of France, Kurt
Solti (81’) The Merry Wives of Windsor, Incidental Music; Margaret Redel (30’)
MacDonald, ms; RTE Concert O & C Choir, Andrew Penny Gretry: Flute Concerto in C; Marc Grauwels, fl; European
(14’) Community CO, Dimitri Demetriades (15’)
5.00 SUNDAY SOIREE Bach orch Respighi: Sonata No4 in Emin for Violin and
Continuo, BWV1023; Ikka Talvi, v; Seattle SO, Gerard
Prepared by Alan Young
Schwarz (10’)
sunday 18
Rameau: Pieces de Clavecin en Concert, No4 in B; Karl-
Piston: Symphony No6; Seattle SO, Gerard Schwarz
Heinz Passin, fl; Siegfried Pank, vdg; Maria Brautigam,
(26’)
hc (9’)
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Schubert: Piano Sonata in Bflat, D960, Molto moderato;
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by Alfred Brendel, p (15’)
John Carrier Hahn: The Adored One; The Exquisite Hour; Susan
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Graham, ms; Roger Vignoles, p (6’)

monday 19
Schubert arr: Am Meer; An die Musik; Mischa Maisky,
Start the day with Jim Griffin/Chris Andrews, and a
vc; Daria Hovora, p (8’)
variety of light, bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music
Hummel: Piano Trio in F, op22; Simon Standage, v; Pal
Diary at 7.30am and special features throughout. 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Banda, vc; Susan Alexander-Max, fp (13’)
8.00 NEWS & Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
6.00 FOCUS ON WORDS AND MUSIC Colin Brumby
WEATHER Rediscover your love of poetry as Dorothy Stringer
walks you down memory lane to the accompaniment of 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
8.05 SACRED AND SECULAR
A varied selection of solo vocal and choral music for equally memorable music Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
Sunday morning. 6.30 REEL MUSIC Start the day with Noela Billington/Max Hurley
and a variety of light, bright classics, BBC News at
9.00 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY Prepared and presented by Wendy Lang and Anne
7am, Music Diary at 7.30am and special features
Mr Beethoven of Bonn – Part 3 Powell.
throughout, including Kids Classics at 6.45am and “On
Prepared by Ross Sadler Get your popcorn ready for half an hour of the
This Day…”.
Beethoven: Cantata on the Accession of Emperor greatest screen music, from original film scores to
Leopold II, Excerpts; Judith Howarth, s; Jean Rigby, ms; the classical music featured in movies, television and 8.00 NEWS &
John Mark Ainsley, t; Jose Van Dam, b; Corydon Singers documentaries. WEATHER
& O, Matthew Best (18’) 7.00 IN QUIRES AND PLACES 8.05 LIGHT &
Beethoven: Ritterballet; Sassari SO, Roberto Tigani (14’) Arranged and presented by John Hawkins BRIGHT
10.00 SUNDAY MORNING Parry: O praise ye the Lord; Winchester Cathedral Choir; Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
Nocturne David Dunnett, o; David Hill (2’) upcoming events.
Prepared by Richard Austin and Philip Simpson Harwood: Morning Service in Aflat, Te Deum; Hereford Prepared by David Hanson
Glinka: Summer Night in Madrid; Czech RSO, Keith Cathedral Choir; Geraint Bowen, o; Roy Massey (6’) Rossini: William Tell, March of the Soldiers; Monte
Clark (9’) Tye: To Father, Son and Holy Ghost; Magdalen College Carlo Nat Opera O, Rafael Kubelik (5’)
Falla: Nights in the Gardens of Spain; Alicia de Larrocha, Oxford Choir; Richard Pinel, o; Bill Ives (3’) Glazunov: Concert Waltz No1; Moscow SO, Igor
p; London PO, Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos (25’) Grechaninov: Liturgy of St John Chrysostom, op29, Golovschin (9’)
Haydn: Notturno for the King of Naples, No3 in C; TSO, No2 Nicene Creed; James Bowman, ct; Holst Singers, Millocker: The Beggar Student, Ich setzden fall; Hjordis
Ola Rudner (9’) Stephen Layton (4’) Schymberg, s (3); Ich hab Kein’ geld (2’); Jussi Bjorling, t;
Vaughan Williams: Serenade to Music; London PO, Maw: Corpus Christi Carol; Oxford Schola Cantorum; Unnamed O, Nils Grevillus
Vernon Handley (11’) Simon Jones, p; Mark Shepherd (3’) Beethoven: Viennese Dances; Convivum Musicum,
Mozart: Serenade No7 in D, Haffner; Vienna Mozart Burgon: Christ’s Love, No2 Corpus Christi Carol; Wells Erich Keller (6’)
Ens, Willi Boskovsky (50’) Cathedral Choir, Matthew Owens (5’) Meyerbeer: Les Patineurs, Entrée; Nat PO, Richard
Rawsthorne N: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in
12noon REVIEWS AND PREVIEWS Bonynge (3’)
F; Collegiate Singers; Andrew Millinger, o; Richard Hummel: Trumpet Concerto in E, Rondo; Bernard
Join us for a look at recent and forthcoming arts events Moorhouse (6’)
around Brisbane. Music Diary is at 12.55. Soustrot, tr; Loire PO, Marc Soustrot (4’)
Goss: Praise the Lord, O my soul, Excerpts; O pray for Glinka: Jota Aragonesa; Czecho-Slovak RSO, Keith
1.00 RADIO QYO the peace of Jerusalem; St Paul’s Cathedral Choir; Huw Clark (9’)
News and music from the Queensland Youth Orchestra Williams, o; John Scott (4’)
Council. Tchaikovsky: The Liturgy of St John Chrysostom, op41, 9.00 NEWS
The Cherubic Hymn; Holst Singers, Stephen Layton (6’)
2.00 SUNDAY AFTERNOON 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Prepared by William Fraser 8.00 THE BRITISH MUSE Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari
Gliere: The Zaporozhy Cossacks; BBC PO, Edward Prepared by Colin Brumby Prepared by Colin Brumby
Downes (18’) Benjamin: Overture to an Italian Comedy; Royal PO, Wolf-Ferrari: Susanna’s Secret, Overture; Intermezzo;
Shostakovich: Six Romances; Sergei Leiferkus, b/br; Myer Fredman (6’) Andrew Marriner, cl; ASMF, Neville Marriner (6’)
Gothenburg SO, Neeme Jarvi (13’) Stanford: Piano Concerto No3 in Eflat; Malcolm Binns, Serenade in Eflat; I Virtuosi Italiani (25’)
Arnold: English Dances, Set 2; QSO, Andrew Penny (9’) p; Royal PO, Nicholas Braithwaite (37’) The Jewels of the Madonna, Suite; Christine Messiter, fl;
Tchaikovsky: Concert Fantasy in G for Piano and Cooke: Symphony No1; London PO, Nicholas ASMF, Neville Marriner (16’)
Orchestra; Konstantin Scherbakov, p; Andrey Kudryavtsev, Braithwaite (37’)
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
v; Dmitry Yablonsky, vc/cond; Russian PO (28’) Hurlstone: Piano Trio in G; Members of Tunnell Piano
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No4 in Fmin; Oslo PO, Mariss Qt (27’) MORNING CONCERT
Jansons (42’) Leigh W: The Frogs, Overture; London PO, Nicholas Prepared by Derek Fielding
Braithwaite (4’) Rossini: Introduction, Theme and Variations for Clarinet
4.00 SUNDAY FEATURE
10.00 SUNDAY LATE CLASSICS and Orchestra; Emma Johnson, cl; English CO, Charles
Shakespeare and Sullivan
Groves (15’)
Prepared by Colin Brumby Prepared by Richard Austin
Hummel: Septet in Dmin; Nash Ens (32’)
Sullivan: The Tempest, Incidental Music; City of Balakirev: Tamara; Russian State SO, Igor Golovschin
Birmingham SO, Vivian Dunn (26’) (23’)

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Programs

Schumann: A Woman’s Love and Life; Kathleen Ferrier, Moreno Torroba: Luisa Fernanda, Javier’s Romance; Bizet: Children’s Games, Excerpts; Katia Labeque,
c; Bruno Walter, p (21’) Placido Domingo, t; Madrid SO, Antoni Ros Marba (3’) Marielle Labeque, p (7’)
Schubert: Symphony No6 in C, D589; ACO, Charles Gimenez: La tempranica, Zapateado; Victoria de los Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen; Joshua Bell, v; Royal PO,
Mackerras (33’) Angeles, s; Members of Nat O of Spain, Rafael Fruhbeck Andrew Litton (9’)
12noon THE VILLAGE de Burgos (2’)
9.00 NEWS
Breton: La verbena de la paloma, Habanera concertante;
MUSIC HOUR
Maria Bayo, s; Placido Domingo, t; Various Soloists; 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
Madrid SO, Antoni Ros Marba (5’) John Eliot Gardner
show music and melodies which have stood the test of
Chueca/Valverde: La gran via, Chotis del Eliseo Prepared by Colin Brumby
time. Music Diary is at 12.55. The program includes the
Madrileno; Teresa Tourne, s; Coro Cantores de Madrid, Gluck: Iphigenia in Tauris, Overture; Great gods extend
Featured Musical.
O de Conciertos de Madrid, Pablo Sorozabal (4’) to us your aid; Diana Montague, ms; Monteverdi Choir;
1.00 SWING AND BIG BAND Vives: Bohemios, Finale; Maria Bayo, s; Luis Lima, t; Lyon Opera O (7’)
Jim Wrigley presents a bright variety of jazz from Santiago Jerico, t; Various Choirs; Tenerife SO, Antoni Monteverdi: Vespers of the Blessed Virgin, Nisi
mainstream, traditional and swing. Ros Marba (6’) Dominus; Monteverdi Choir & O; Phillip Jones Brass
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES 8.00 THE SYMPHONY Ens; Monteverdi Choir (5’)
Prepared by Robin Smith Norsemen Handel: Dixit Dominus, Dixit Dominus; Felicity Palmer, s;
Albeniz: Mandolin Sonata in D; Marissa Carroll, m; Proudly sponsored by The Queensland Orchestra John Angelo Messana, a; Richard Morton, t; Monteverdi
Stephen Madden, m (5’) Prepared by Geoff Isaacs O & Choir (6’) Acis and Galatea, Happy We!; Norma
Grainger arr: Handel in the Strand; Qld Wind O, Bevan Nordraak: Norwegian National Anthem; Royal PO, Per Burrowes, s; Anthony Rolfe Johnson, t; English Baroque
Messenger (4’) Dreier (1’) Soloists (3’)
Prokofiev: Symphony No1 in D, Classical; ACO, Richard Svendsen: Symphony No1; Gothenburg SO, Neeme Weber: Oberon, Overture (9’);
Hickox (14’) Jarvi (35’) Beethoven: Symphony No9 in Dmin, Choral, 4th movt;
Romance for Violin and Strings, op26; Dong-Suk Kang, Luba Orgonasova, s; Anne Sofie von Otter, ms; Anthony
2.30 MONDAY CONCERT HALL Rolfe Johnson, t; Gilles Cachemaille, b; Monteverdi
v; Czecho-Slovak RSO, Adrian Leaper (7’)
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Choir (16’); O Revolutionnaire et Romantique All items
Sinding: Rustle of Spring, op32 no3; Roger Woodward,
Kuhlau: Elisa, or Friendship and Love, op29, Overture; conducted by John Eliot Gardiner
p (2’)
Danish Nat RSO, Michael Schonwandt (11’)
Symphony No1 in Dmin; Norwegian RO, Ari Rasilainen 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Beethoven: Fantasia in Cmin, Choral; Alfred Brendel, p;
(37’)
London PO & Choir, Bernard Haitink (21’)
Grieg: Piano Concerto in Amin; Jeno Jando, p; Budapest
MORNING CONCERT
Falla: The Three-cornered Hat; Czecho-Slovak RSO, Prepared by Therese O’Brien
SO, Andras Ligeti (27’)
Kenneth Jean (16’) Sullivan arr Mackerras: Pineapple Poll: Suite; London
Dvorak: Symphony No8 in G, op88; Czech PO, Vaclav 10.00 MUSIC LOVER’S CHOICE PO, Charles Mackerras (30’)
Talich (35’) A repeat of last Saturday’s Music Lover’s Choice program Brahms: Clarinet Quintet in Bmin; Keith Puddy, cl;
hosted by Howard Ainsworth. Delme String Qt (40’)
4.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Saint-Saens: Violin Concerto No3 in Bmin; Itzhak
DRIVETIME Perlman, v; Paris O, Daniel Barenboim (28’)
CLASSICS 12noon THE VILLAGE
Relax and unwind with Robyn Frost/Margaret McNamara MUSIC HOUR
and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30.
6.00 NEWS &
tuesday 20 Join Ray Watson for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
show music and melodies which have stood the test of
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN time. Music Diary is at 12.55.
WEATHER Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by 1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY
6.05 DINNER John Carrier Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
CLASSICS 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening
Prepared by Patrick Johnson pleasure.
Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
Piazzolla: Five Pieces for Guitar: Hugo German Gaido,
Start the day with John Hawkins and a variety of light, 2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
g (19’) Prepared by Ian Grey
bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at
Weber: Bassoon Concerto in F; Matthew Wilkie, bn; Nixon: Mr Purcell’s Procession; Christopher Dearnley,
7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids
QYSO, John Curro (17’) o (3’)
Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”.
Handel: Flute Sonata in Amin; Frans Bruggen, fl; Anna Frampton: Meditation and Celebration; David Pereira,
Bylsma, vc; Bob van Asperen, o (10’) 8.00 NEWS & vc (8’)
Schubert: Impromptu No2 in Eflat, op90; Alfred WEATHER Chadwick: One Hour to Madness and Joy; Sydney
Brendel, p (5’) Guitar Trio (7’)
8.05 LIGHT &
7.00 MONDAY FEATURE Strahan: Atlantis, Et in Arcadia Ego; Belinda Gough, fl;
BRIGHT
Highlights of Spanish Zarzuela Josephine Allen, p (4’)
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
Prepared by Jenny Dawson upcoming events. 2.30 TUESDAY CONCERT HALL
Chapi: La revoltosa, Preludio; Spanish CO (5’) Prepared by Betty Pyle Prepared by Colin Brumby
Nebra: Para obsequio a la deydad, Orestes’ Aria; Maria Beethoven: Sonata No17 in Dmin, Allegretto; Glenn Wagner: Rienzi, Overture; Royal PO, Vernon Handley
Bayo, s; Les Talens Lyriques, Christophe Rousset (7’) Gould, p (5’) (12’)
Soutullo/Vert: El ultimo romantico, Romanza; Jose Strauss: Die Fledermaus, Trinke, Liebchen, trinke schnell; Beethoven: Piano Concerto No3 in Cmin, op37; Julius
Carreras, t; Unnamed O (5’) Gundula Janowitz, s; Waldemar Kmentt, t; Erich Kunz, Katchen, p; London SO, Piero Gamba (37’)
Barbieri: El barberillo de Lavapies, Paloma’s Song; br; Vienna PO, Karl Bohm (3’) Mozart: Symphony No31 in D, K297, Paris; Berlin PO,
Victoria de los Angeles, s; Members of Nat O of Spain, Respighi: Brazilian Impressions, Song and Dance; Karl Bohm (19’)
Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos (3’); Sequidillas manchegas; London SO, Antal Dorati (5’) Haydn: Mass No7 in Bflat, Little Organ Mass, HobXXII:7;
Manuel Lanza, br; Tenerife SO, Victor Palbo Perez (2’) Youman trans Shostakovich: Taiti Trot; QSO, Vladimir Tafelmusik (15’)
Vives: Dona Francisquita, Song of the Nightingale; Verbitsky (4’)
Maria Bayo, s; Alfredo Kraus, t; Santiago Jerico, t; Lehar: Gold and Silver Waltz; Vienna Johann Strauss O,
Tenerife SO, Antoni Ros Marba (6’) Willi Boskovsky (7’)

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4.00 CD OF THE WEEK Boieldieu: La fete du village voisin, Bolero; Sumi Jo, s; 4.00 CD OF THE WEEK
English CO, Richard Bonynge (2’)
DRIVETIME Mendelssohn: Capriccio brillant in Bmin, op22; Rudolf DRIVETIME
CLASSICS Serkin, p; Philadelphia O, Eugene Ormandy (12’) CLASSICS
Relax and unwind with Peter Cahill/Bevan Wiltshire and Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro, K492, Non piu andrai; Relax and unwind with Eddie Fee/Chadwick Palmer and
a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including Erich Kunz, br; Vienna PO, Herbert von Karajan (3’) a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. Bruch: Violin Concerto No1 in Gmin, 3rd movt; Zino “On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30.
6.00 NEWS & Francescatti, v; New York PO, Dimitri Mitropoulos (7’) 6.00 NEWS &
Auber: The Black Domino, Lovely Ines is a popular girl;
WEATHER Sumi Jo, s; London Voices; English CO, Richard Bonynge WEATHER
6.05 DINNER (4’) 6.05 DINNER
CLASSICS Coates: London Suite, Knightsbridge March; Czecho- CLASSICS
Prepared by Ian McKinney Slovak RSO, Adrian Leaper (4’)   Prepared by Colin Brumby
Bach: 2 Violin Concerto in Dmin, BWV1043; Arthur 9.00 NEWS Schumann: Six Etudes Concertantes, op10; Nikolai
Grumiaux, v; Herman Krebbers, v; Les Solistes Romands, Petrov, p (27’)
Arpad Gerecz (15’) 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY Ippolitov-Ivanov: Caucasian Sketches, Suite No1;
Mozart: Piano Sonata No15 in F, K533/494; Piers Lane, Jules Massenet Ukraine Nat SO, Arthur Fagen (25’)
p (26’) Prepared by Ian McKinney 7.00 WEDNESDAY BAROQUE
Rossini: String Sonata No3 in C; I Solisti Veneti, Claudio Massenet: Don Quixote, 2 Interludes; Monte Carlo Nat
Prepared by Patrick Johnson
Scimone (11’) Opera O, John Eliot Gardiner (5’)
Molter: Trumpet Concerto No2 in D; Paul Plunkett, tr;
7.00 EVENING CLASSICS Cinderella, Reste au foyer; Joan Sutherland, s; Suisse
Baroque Strings (11’)
Romande O, Richard Bonynge (4’)
Prepared by Jessie Crank Graupner: Sonata in G; New Dutch Academy C Soloists,
Le Cid, De cet affreux combat..Pleurez, mes yeux; Maria
Schubert: Five Minuets with Six Trios, D89; I Musici de Simon Murphy (12’)
Callas, s; French Nat RO, Georges Pretre (6’)
Montreal, Yuli Turovsky (17’) Vivaldi: Oboe Concerto in Amin, RV463; Kimiko
Manon, Farewell our little table; Maria Callas, s; Paris
Grainger: Jutish Medley; Leslie Howard, p (9’) Fukunaga, ob; Qld Conservatorium SO, Alan Cumberland
Conservatoire O, Georges Pretre (3’)
Respighi: Rossiniana; WASO, Jorge Mester (26’) (11’)
Thais, Meditation; Nigel Kennedy, v; Nat PO, Richard
8.00 YOUR CLASSICAL Facco: Balletto No3 in C for Two Cellos; Josep Bassal,
Bonynge (5’); Act 3 duet, Thais! It is you, my father!;
vc; Wolfgang Lehner, vc (7’)
COLLECTION Renee Fleming, s; Thomas Hampson, br; Bordeaux Nat
Vivaldi: Cello Concerto in Amin, RV419; Raphael
Prepared and presented by Catherine Grant Aquitaine O, Yves Abel (5’)
Wallfisch, vc; City of London Sinfonia, Nicholas Kraemer
Including new releases from Universal Classics and Le Cid, Ballet Music; Nat PO, Richard Bonynge (20’)
(9’)
this week’s recommended recording for starting your 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
classical collection. 8.00 KNOW YOUR MUSIC
Weber: Clarinet Quintet in Bflat, op34; Vienna C Ens; MORNING CONCERT An informative and stimulating program hosted by
Deutsche Grammophon 453990-2 (29’) Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Donald Thornton.
Liszt: The Ideals; New Zealand SO, Michael Halasz (25’) Mendelssohn: String Quintet No1 in A (29’)
10.00 THE BRISBANE CHAMBER CHOIR
Dvorak: Cello Concerto in Bmin; Heinrich Schiff, vc; Fantasy in Fsharp min, Sonate ecossaise (15’)
PRESENTS ‘THE CHOIR ROOM’ Concertgebouw O, Colin Davis (38’) Brahms: String Quintet No1 in F (28’)
A program of diverse choral music, prepared by Graeme Rubinstein: Symphony No1 in F; Slovak State PO, Gestillte Sehnsucht, op91 no1 (6’)
Morton. Robert Stankovsky (37’) 9.30 THE ART OF SINGING
10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT 12noon THE VILLAGE Australia Sings
An interesting variety of jazz selected by Lynette Irwin/ MUSIC HOUR Prepared by Colin Brumby
James Dalgleish to relax and entertain you through to Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia, Rossini: Stabat mater, Cujus animam; Donald Smith, t;
the midnight hour. show music and melodies which have stood the test of QSO, Vanco Cavdarski (6’)
time. Music Diary is at 12.55. Dvorak: Rusalka, Song to the Moon; Joan Hammond, s;
PaO, Vilem Tausky (5’)
1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY
Berlioz: Requiem, Sanctus; Ronald Dowd, t; Wandsworth
Prepared by Colin Brumby
School Boys’ Choir; John Aldis Choir; London SO &
Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening
Chorus, Colin Davis (11’)
wednesday 21 pleasure.
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin, Tatyana’s Letter Scene;
Marilyn Richardson, s; QSO, Vladimir Kamirski (13’)
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN Prepared by Jessie Crank Verdi: Rigoletto, Vile race of courtiers; Paul Neal, br;
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by Tchaikovsky: Souvenir of Florence, 2nd movt; ACO, Brisbane SO, Peter Luff (4’)
Colin Brumby Richard Tognetti (12’) Beethoven: Ah! perfido; Rosamund Illing, s; MSO,
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Godowsky: Triakontameron, No11 Old Vienna; Regis Heribert Esser (13’)
Danillon, p 10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT
Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught Siecznyski: Vienna, city of my dreams; Adrian McEniery,
Start the day with Ken Bell/Anne Tanner and a variety of Mark Bazeley/John Diegan present a mix of traditional
t; Regis Danillon, p (6’)
light, bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at to modern jazz.
Albeniz arr Godowsky: Tango, op165 no2;
7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids Wagner arr Brassinin: The Valkyrie, Magic Fire Music;
Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”. Isador Goodman, p (7’)
8.00 NEWS & 2.30 WEDNESDAY CONCERT HALL
WEATHER Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
8.05

LIGHT &
BRIGHT
Respighi: The Birds; Saint Paul CO, Hugh Wolff (19’)
Haydn: Oboe Concerto in C; Paul Goodwin, ob; English
thursday 22
Concert, Trevor Pinnock (21’) 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
Dvorak: Symphony No6 in D; Slovak PO, Stephen Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
upcoming events.
Gunzenhauser (44’) Joachim Essebier
Prepared by Colin Brumby
Schonherr: Two Peasant Dances; QSO, Patrick Thomas (4’)

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Programs

6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
Gluck: Orpheus & Eurydice, Dance of the Blessed Spirits;
MSO, Richard Divall (6’)
Corea arr Grigoryan/Tedeschi: Spain; Slava Grigoryan,
friday 23
Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Start the day with Judith Bell and a variety of light, bright g; Simon Tedeschi, p (4’)
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at 7.30am and 2.30 THURSDAY CONCERT HALL Colin Brumby
special features throughout, incl. Children’s Corner at Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
6.45am and “On This Day…” Glinka: Russlan and Ludmilla, Overture; London SO,
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
8.00 NEWS & Georg Solti (5’) Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
WEATHER Mozart: Violin Concerto No4 in D ; Pinchas Zukerman , Start the day with Anne Forbes and a variety of light,
v/cond; Saint Paul CO (25’) bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at
8.05 LIGHT & Elgar completed Payne: Symphony No3; Bournemouth 7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids
BRIGHT SO, Paul Daniel (55’) Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”.
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing 4.00 CD OF THE WEEK 8.00 NEWS &
upcoming events.
DRIVETIME WEATHER
Prepared by Robyn Frost
Holst: Brook Green Suite; Royal Ballet Sinfonia, David CLASSICS 8.05 LIGHT &
Lloyd Jones (6’) Relax and unwind with Jenny Bofinger/Marvin Crawford BRIGHT
Bach: Coffee Cantata, BWV211, Heute noch; Emma and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
Kirkby, s; AAM, Christopher Hogwood (5’) “On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. upcoming events.
Vivaldi: Mandolin Concerto in C, RV425; Duilio Galfetti, Prepared by Gary Thorpe
6.00 NEWS &
m; Il Giardino Armonico, Giovanni Antonini (8’) Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin, Waltz; Slovak PO, Kurt
Chabrier: Joyeuse marche; Detroit SO, Paul Paray (3’) WEATHER Redel (7’)
Gartner arr Friedman: Waltz ; Simon Tedeschi, p (3’) 6.05 DINNER Bizet: Symphony in C, 3rd movt; New Zealand SO,
d’Indy: Clarinet Trio, op29, 4th movt, Amici Ens (10’) CLASSICS Donald Johanos (6’)
9.00 NEWS Prepared by Ian McKinney Dvorak: Serenade for Strings in E, Scherzo; Prague
Chopin: Andante Spianato in G and Grande Polonaise Virtuosi (6’)
9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY brillante in Eflat, op22; Artur Rubinstein, p (14’) Strauss: Blue Danube Waltz; Philadelphia O, Eugene
Pietro Mascagni Dvorak: Romantic Pieces, op75, B150; Vladmir Spivakov, Ormandy (8’)
Prepared by Colin Brumby v; Sergei Bezrodny, p ( 14’) Mozart: Serenade No13 in G, Eine kleine Nachtmusic,
Mascagni: Cavalleria rusticana , Excerpts; Julia Varady, Raff: String Octet in C, op176; ASMF C Ens (24’) 1st movt; Cleveland O, George Szell (6’)
s; Ida Bormida, ms; Carmen Gonzales, ms; Luciano Strauss: Vienna Blood, Waltz; Philadelphia O, Eugene
Pavarotti, t; Piero Cappuccilli, br; London Opera Chorus
7.00 EVENING CLASSICS
Ormandy (7’)
; Nat PO, Gianandrea Gavazzeni (30’) Prepared by Ian McKinney
Nero Virgins, Muses…When the mild longing ; Rolando Schumann C: Three Romances, op11; Yoshiko Iwai, p 9.00 NEWS
Villazon, t; Munich RO, Marcello Viotti(3’) ( 14’) 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
L’amico Fritz, Intermezzo; Monte-Carlo PO, Lawrence Haydn : Keyboard Trio No7 in D, Hob XV:7 ; Macquarie
Wilhelm Furtwangler
Foster (5’); Good morning, Suzel! Mirella Freni, s; Trio (12’)
Prepared by Judy Bell
Luciano Pavarotti, t; Royal Opera House Covent Garden Mendelssohn: String Symphony No9 in C; ASMF,
Smetana: Ma vlast; Vltava; Vienna PO (13’)
O, Gianandrea Gavazzeni (8’) Neville Marriner (26’)
Brahms: Violin Concerto in D, op77, 3rd movt; Yehudi
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK 8.00 THURSDAY NIGHT OPERA Menuhin, v; Lucerne FO (8’)
The Singer and the Song Beethoven: Fidelio, Act1 quartet; Mir ist so wunderbar;
MORNING CONCERT Proudly sponsored by Opera Queensland Martha Modl, s; Sena Jurinac, s; Rudolf Schock, t;
Prepared by Claire Lambert Marcus Craig, host and compiler of this Gottlieb Frick, b; Vienna PO (5’)
Reznicek: Donna Diana, Overture, Cincinnati Pops O, program, presents the famous and not so Furtwangler: Symphony No2 in Emin, 3rd mvt; Berlin
Erich Kunzel (6’) famous singers of the 1900 to 1970 era. PO (17’)
Bach: Cantata, BWV104; Peter Schreier, t , Dietrich Fisher- All items conducted by Wilhelm Furtwangler
Dieskau, tr, Munich Bach Choir & O, Karl Richter(19’)
9.00 CHAMBER MUSIC
Shostakovich: Piano Concerto No2 ; Dmitri Shostakovich, Prepared by Ben Eaglesham 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
p, I Musici de Montreal, Maxim Shostakovich (18’) Franck: Violin Sonata in A ; Itzhak Perlman, v; Vladimir MORNING CONCERT
Donizetti: IL diluvio universale, Act II excerpts; Majella Ashkenazy, p ( 28’)
Prepared by Peter Arlidge
Cullagh, s; Colin Lee, t; Manuela Custer, s; Geoffrey Dvorak: String Quartet No12 in F, American op 96 ;
Sullivan: Overture di ballo in E; PaO, Charles Mackerras
Mitchell Choir; London PO, Giuliano Carella ( 24’) Vlach Qt ( 28’)
(11’)
Roussel: Symphony No3 in Gmin; New York PO , 10.00 CONCERTO Handel: Organ Concerto No13 in F, HWV295, The cuckoo
Leonard Bernstein (25’) Prepared by John Carrier and the nightingale; Martin Haselboch, o; Stuttgart CO,
12noon THE VILLAGE Vivaldi: Cello Concerto in G, RV413; Rafael Wallfisch , Karl Munchinger (13’)
MUSIC HOUR vc; City of London Sinfonia, Nicholas Kraemer (9’) Mozart: Piano Sonata in C, K330; Vladimir Horowitz,
Join Marvin Crawford for a blend of light classics, Stamitz: Clarinet Concerto No11 in Eflat ; Kalman p (13’)
nostalgia, show music and melodies which have stood Berkes, cl/cond; Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia (17’) Mahler: Symphony No4 in Csharp min; New York PO,
the test of time. The second half-hour includes Peter 10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT Bruno Walter (61’)
Weston Remembers, and Music Diary at 12.55. A program of mainly mainstream jazz presented by 12noon THE VILLAGE
1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY Tony Hennessy/Charles Cannon. MUSIC HOUR
Prepared by Robin Smith Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening show music and melodies which have stood the test of
pleasure. time. Music Diary is at 12.55.
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES 1.00 SWING AND BIG BAND
Prepared by Alan Young Jim Barlow/Ron Clark serve up easy-to-digest jazz for
Holland: Sonata; Asmira Woodward-Page, v; Scott lunch.
Davie, p (15’)

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2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES 10.00 SUCH BEAUTIFUL MUSIC, Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No4 in G; Anne Diener
Prepared by Alan Young SO SELDOM HEARD Giles, fl; Roland Moritz, fl; Pinchas Zukerman, v/cond;
Palmer: Waltz 2; Cove CO, Stephen Williams (5’) Carl Czerny (1791 – 1857) Los Angeles PO (16’)
Prokofiev: Visions Fugitives, Nos14-20; Roger Prepared and presented by Dieter Grant-Frost 2.00 SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Woodward, p (9’) Prepared and presented by Jenny Bofinger
Palmer: The Ruritanian Dances; Cove CO, Stephen Beethoven: Egmont Overture; Chicago SO, Georg Solti
Williams (10’) (9’)
2.30 FRIDAY CONCERT HALL Handel: Judas Maccabaeus, Act ll opening; Felicity
Palmer, s; Jane Baker, ms; Wandsworth School Choir;
saturday 24
Prepared by Ian McKinney
Brahms: Academic Festival Overture, op80; Berlin PO, English CO, Charles Mackerras (25’)
Claudio Abbado (10’) Krommer: Partita in Bflat, op78; Budapest Wind Ens
Double Concerto in Amin; Isaac Stern, v; Leonard Rose, 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN (19’)
vc; Philadelphia O, Eugene Ormandy (34’) Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by Elgar: Symphony No2 in Eflat; Royal PO, Charles
Symphony No3 in F; Scottish CO, Charles Mackerras John Carrier Mackerras (53’)
(36’) 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS 4.00 SATURDAY FEATURE
4.00 CD OF THE WEEK “Good Morning” music with Howard Ainsworth In Honour of the City of London
including Prepared by Ian Grey
DRIVETIME Bliss: Fanfare for the Lord Mayor of London; Philip
6.00 Band Parade
CLASSICS Jones Brass Ens, Elgar Howarth (2’)
6.30 Mainly Viennese
Relax and unwind with John Forbes/Margaret Whyte 7.00 BBC News and Local Weather Vaughan Williams: Symphony No2 in G, A London
and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including 7.15 The Story of the Aria Symphony, 1st movt; MSO, Christopher Seaman (14’)
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. 7.30 Music Diary Ireland: Ballade of London Nights; Anthony Goldstone,
6.00 NEWS & p (6’)
8.00 NEWS & Walton: In Honour of the City of London; Bach Choir;
WEATHER WEATHER PaO, David Willcocks (17’)
6.05 DINNER Coates: London Suite; East of England O, Malcolm
8.05 MUSIC LOVER’S CHOICE
CLASSICS Nabarro (14’)
Proudly sponsored by Reg Mills Stereo
Prepared by Colin Brumby 5.00 EVENING PRELUDE
Hosted by Howard Ainsworth introducing his special
Chopin: Variations on La ci darem from Mozart’s Don Prepared by Bill Fraser
guest who discusses and presents some favourite
Giovanni; Ian Munro, p; TSO, David Porcelijn (17’) Cimarosa: The Carpenter, Overture; Nicolaus Esterhazy
music. This program is repeated on Monday at 10pm.
Boccherini: Symphony in F, op35 no4; Italian Sinfonia, Alessandro Amoretti (5’)
Instrumental Academy, Georgio Bernasconi (17’) 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Mozart: Five Minuets, K461; Vienna Mozart Ens, Willi
Rota: The Leopard, 7 dances; Milan La Scala PO, SATURDAY LIGHT Boskovsky (10’)
Riccardo Muti (16’)
AND BRIGHT Khandoshkin: Six Old Russian Songs for Violin, Nos1-
7.00 FRIDAY FEATURE Prepared by Bill Fraser 3; Anastasia Khitruk, v; Dmitry Yakubovsky, va; Kyrill
Fantasy on a Theme of Variations Presented by Sue Pepper/Gordon Dean Yevtushenko, vc (14’)
Prepared by Richard Austin Wolf: Scherzo and Finale; Paris O, Daniel Barenboim Turina: Danzas fantasticas; Castile and Leon SO, Max
Brahms: Variations on a Theme by Haydn, St Antoni (15’) Bragado Darman (16’)
Chorale; Scottish CO, Charles Mackerras (17’) Chopin: Etudes, op10, No10 in Aflat; No11 in Eflat; Granados after Scarlatti: Piano Sonata No24 in Cmin,
Sarasate: Concert Fantasy on Gounod’s Faust; Gil No12 in Cmin; Murray Perahia, p (7’) after Kk139; Douglas Riva, p (8’)
Shaham, v; Jonathan Feldman, p (11’) Natali: Mate dulce, mate caliente; Victor Villadangos, Strauss Josef: Kadi-Quadrille, op25; Slovak State PO,
Balakirev: Fantasy on Themes from Glinka’s A Life for g (6’) Manfred Mussauer (5’)
the Tsar; Nicholas Walker, p (12’) Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No2 in F; Concerto Bizet: Carmen, Habanera; Sally-Anne Russell, ms;
Arensky: Variations on a Theme of Tchaikovsky; St Italiano, Rinaldo Alessandrini (11’) Adelaide Vocal Project; Adelaide SO, Nicholas Milton
Petersburg Camerata, Saulius Sondeckis (14’) Verdi: I vespri siciliani, The Four Seasons; Monte-Carlo (5’)
Nat Opera O, Antonio de Almeida (9’) Adam: La filleule des fees, Excerpts; QSO, Andrew
8.00 AT THE CONCERT
Mozart: Piano Duet in C, KV19d; Ingrid Haebler; Ludwig Mogrelia (11’)
Griffith Trio – 2007 Season, Concert 3 Ziehrer: Ein Blick nach Ihr, Polka, op55; Razumovsky
Hoffmann, p (12’)
Recorded by the 4MBS Concert Recording Team at Ian Sinfonia, Christian Pollack (3’)
Elgar: Serenade for Strings in Emin; PaO, Giuseppe
Hanger Recital Hall on 24 August 2007
Sinopoli (14’) 6.30 INVITATION TO THE DANCE
Recording: Mike and Jos Le Voi Vivaldi: Violin Concerto No7 in C, RV185; Monica Prepared by Claire Lambert
Production: Mike Le Voi Huggett, v; AAM, Christopher Hogwood (8’) Donizetti: La favorite, Ballet Music; PaO, Antonio de
Offenbach: Les brigands, Excerpts; Soloists, Lyon Opera Almeida (19’)
Beethoven: Piano Trio No2 in G, op1 no2 (36’)
O & Chorus, John Eliot Gardiner (13’) Gounod: La reine de Saba, Act 2 waltz ; London SO,
Anon arr Beethoven: Scottish Folk Songs, Farewell
Bliss (3’); Sally in our Alley (3’); Gregory Massingham, t 12noon INTERMEZZO Richard Bonynge (5’)
Mendelssohn: Piano Trio in Dmin, op49 (31’) Prepared by Ben Eaglesham 7.00 SATURDAY SOIREE
All items with The Griffith Trio Weber: Peter Schmoll, Overture; Berlin PO, Herbert von Prepared by Patrick Johnson
AT THE CONCERT – Part II Karajan (5’) Mageau: Elite Syncopations; Elpis Liossatos, p (3’)
Telemann: Recorder Suite in Amin; Jiri Stivin, r; Capella Schubert arr: Night and Dreams, D827; Mischa Maisky,
Recorded by 4MBS Concert Recording Team at 4MBS
Istropolitana, Richard Edlinger (25’) vc; Daria Hovora, p (5’)
Studio on 23 May 2000
Dvorak: Symphonic Variations; London SO, Istvan Schubert: Ellen’s Song No3 in Bflat, Ave Maria, D839
Recording: Dylan Crawfoot Kertesz (23’) (6’); The Young Nun, D828 (5’); Felicity Lott, s; Graham
Production: Mike Le Voi 1.00 ONE O’CLOCK BAROQUE Johnson, p
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No13 in Eflat, op27 no1: Prepared by Richard Austin Schubert arr: Swan Song, D957, No4 Serenade (4’); You
Kevin Power, p (18’) Handel: Berenice, Overture; Pa CO, Pierre Boulez (8’) are repose, D776 (5’); Mischa Maisky, vc; Daria Hovora,
Piano Sonata No14 in Csharp min, Moonlight, op27 Marais: Suite in Emin; Charivari Agreable (27’) p (9’)
no2: Kevin Power, p; (16’) Koehne: A Closed World of Fine Feelings; Timothy Kain,
g (5’)

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Programs

Haydn: Keyboard Sonata No53 in Emin, HobXVI:34; Bach C: Harpsichord Concerto in Eflat, op7 no5; London 7.00 IN QUIRES AND PLACES
Alfred Brendel, p (14’) Baroque Ens (16’) Arranged and presented by John Hawkins
8.00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME Bach CPE: Trio Sonata in A, Wq146; Ens of the Classical McKie: We wait for thy loving kindness, O God; St
Era (12’) Paul’s Cathedral London Choir; Huw Williams, o; John
Prepared by Colin Brumby
Bach JS: Cantata, BWV1, How glad I am; New Bach Scott (7’)
Bax: Festival Overture; London SO, Bryden Thomson
Collegium Musicum; Leipzig, St Thomas’ Choir, Hans- Howells: Jubilate Deo; Roger Sayer, o/dir; Rochester
(16’)
Joachim Rotzsch (1’) Cathedral Choir (5’)
Elgar: Cello Concerto in Emin; Pierre Fournier, vc; Berlin
Koehne: To his Servant Bach, God Grant a Final Glimpse: Tye: I lift my heart to thee (4’); Save me, O God, for
PO, Alfred Wallenstein (26’)
the Morning Star; TSO, David Stanhope (4’) thy name’s sake (4’); Magdalen College Oxford Choir;
Holst: The Planets, Suite; Royal PO, Vernon Handley
Bach JS arr: Keyboard Concerto in E, BWV1053; Richard Richard Pinel, o; Bill Ives
(49’)
Tognetti, v/cond; Angela Hewitt, p; ACO (19’) Bennett, Richard R: Missa brevis; Canterbury Cathedral
Walton: Variations on a Theme by Hindemith; Cleveland
Bach JS: Orchestral Suite No3 in D; ACO, Richard Choir, David Flood (14’)
O, George Szell (23’)
Tognetti (21’) Blow/Humfrey/Turner: I will always give thanks, The
10.00 SATURDAY LATE CLASSICS Club Anthem; The Sixteen, Harry Christophers (7’)
12noon REVIEWS AND PREVIEWS
Prepared by Myra Kluck Kalinnikov V: Radiant Light; Holst Singers, Stephen
Join us for a look at recent and forthcoming arts events
Cannabich: Symphony No48 in Bflat; Nicolaus Layton (3’)
around Brisbane. Music Diary is at 12.55.
Esterhazy Sinfonia, Uwe Grodd (11’) Stanford: Ye holy angels bright, op135 no1 (11’); Coelos
Peterson-Berger: Prosoblomster, Four Pieces; 1.00 THE STATE LIBRARY ascendi + hodie, op38 no2 (2’); New College Oxford
Helsingborg SO, Okko Kamu (14’) Robyn Hamilton previews recent acquisitions to the Choir, Edward Higginbottom
Pierne: Album for my Little Friends, op14; Jean-Paul Music Collection of the State Library of Queensland.
Sevilla, p (16’)
8.00 THE BRITISH MUSE
2.00 SUNDAY AFTERNOON Prepared by Colin Brumby
Vieuxtemps: Violin Concerto No4 in Dmin; Itzhak
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Britten: American Overture; City of Birmingham SO,
Perlman, v; Paris O, Daniel Barenboim (30’)
Chabrier: Espana; Detroit SO, Paul Paray (7’) Simon Rattle (10’)
Helsted: Flower Festival in Genzano, Pas de deux;
Mendelssohn: Octet in Eflat; ASMF C Ens (32’) Ferguson: Piano Concerto; Peter Donohoe, p; Northern
London SO, Richard Bonynge (9’)
Beethoven: Leonore Overture No1; Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia, Peter Donohoe (24’)
Hoffmann: Harlequin; Neuss German C Academy,
Sinfonia, Bela Drahos (10’) Vaughan Williams: Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus;
Johannes Goritzki (31’)
Debussy: Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra; Zoltan SSO, Carl Pini (11’)
Kocsis, p; Budapest FO, Ivan Fischer (20’) Jacob: Flute Concerto; Alexa Still, fl; New Zealand CO,
Rachmaninov: Symphony No1 in Dmin; London SO, Nicholas Braithewaite (21’)
Andre Previn (45’) Gibbs: Miniature Dance Suite; Royal Ballet Sinfonia,
4.00 THE CLASSICAL EXECUTIVE David Lloyd-Jones (11’)

sunday 25 Attractive, classical music, during which Howard
Ainsworth speaks to a business or community leader
Pitfield: Piano Concerto No2; Peter Donohoe, p; Royal
Northern College of Music O, Andrew Penny (12’)
Bantock: Celtic Symphony; Royal PO, Vernon Handley
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN about his or her life, work and hopes for the future.
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by (20’)
5.00 SUNDAY SOIREE
Judy Bell Prepared by Bill Fraser
10.00 SUNDAY LATE CLASSICS
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Mendelssohn: Capriccio in Emin, op81 no3; Aurora Prepared by Jessie Crank
String Quartet (6’) Drigo: Esmeralda, Pas de deux; London SO, Richard
Start the day with Jim Griffin/Chris Andrews, and a Bonynge (10’)
Vaughan Williams: Phantasy Quintet; Garfield Jackson,
variety of light, bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Haydn: Cassation in C, HobIII: 6; Jakob Lindberg, lute;
va; Maggini Quartet (15’)
Diary at 7.30am and special features throughout. Members of Drottningholm Baroque Ens (16’)
Giuliani: Grand Potpourri, op53; Nora Shulman, fl;
8.00 NEWS & Norbert Kraft, g (11’) Hindemith: Comic Sinfonietta; QSO, Werner Andreas
Mozart: I complain in silence, K437; Peter van der Bilt, Albert (29’)
WEATHER
br (3’); Dear eyes, beautiful eyes, K346/439a (1’); Gluck: The Clemency of Titus, If ever you feel upon your
8.05 SACRED AND SECULAR In a thousand lovers one cannot find, K549; Peter van face; Cecilia Bartoli, ms; Berlin AAM, Bernhard Forck
A varied selection of solo vocal and choral music for der Bilt, br (2’); Elly Ameling, s; Elisabeth Cooymans, s; (11’)
Sunday morning. Members of Netherlands Wind Ens Marais: Pieces de viole, Book 2, Suite in Amin, Couplets
Bach: Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in Dmin, BWV903; de folies; Spectre de la Rose (17’)
9.00 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Jeno Jando, p (11’) Rolla: Viola Concerto in Eflat, op3; Massimo Paris, va;
Mr Beethoven of Bonn – Part 4 I Musici (27’)
Prepared by Ross Sadler 6.00 GREAT ORGANS OF THE WORLD
Schenk J: Wind Quartet in F, Allegro moderato; Classical Prepared by Valerie Pfitzner
Wizards (5’) Saint-Saens: Prelude and Fugue (8’)
Albrechtsberger: Trombone Concerto in Bflat, 2nd Vierne: Final, Toccata in D (6’)
movt; Alain Trudel, tb/dir; Northern Sinfonia (7’) Guilmant: Grand Choer in D (7’)
Beethoven: Grosse Fuge in Bflat, op133, Overture, 1st
fugue; Amadeus Qt (5’)
Twelve Variations in F on Se vuol ballare from Mozart’s Le
Mulet: Carillon-Sortie in D (4’)
All items with Jane Parker Smith, o monday 26
6.30 DIVERTISSEMENT 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
nozze di Figaro; Takako Nishizaki, v; Jeno Jando, p (11’)
Prepared by John Carrier Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
Piano Concerto No2 in Bflat, 3rd movt; Rudolf Serkin, p;
Haydn: Minuet No1 in C; Pa Hungarica, Antal Dorati Colin Brumby
Boston SO, Seiji Ozawa (7’)
Piano Trio No3 in Cmin, 3rd movt; Beau Arts Trio (4’) (3’) 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
Piano Sonata No3 in C, 4th movt; Wilhelm Kempff, p (5’) Vivaldi: Violin Concerto in Bflat, RV383; Alberto Martini,
v; Accademia I Filarmonici (8’) Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
10.00 SUNDAY MORNING Haydn: The Seasons, What refreshment for the senses!; Start the day with Noela Billington/Max Hurley
The Bach Family Sara Macliver, s; TSO, Ola Rudner (5’) and a variety of light, bright classics, BBC News at
Prepared by Richard Austin and Philip Simpson Telemann: Trumpet Concerto in D; J. Hasenohrl, tr; 7am, Music Diary at 7.30am and special features
Bach JS: Brandenburg Concerto No1 in F, BWV1046; Prague Virtuosi, Oldrich Vlcek (10’) throughout, including Kids Classics at 6.45am and “On
English Concert, Trevor Pinnock (20’) This Day…”.
Bach WF: Polonaise No1 in C; Harald Hoeren, fp (4’)

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8.00 NEWS & 4.00 CD OF THE WEEK Mendelssohn: Rondo Capriccioso in E, op14; Betty
WEATHER Vergara-Pink, p (7’)
DRIVETIME Vivaldi: Piccolo Concerto in C, RV444; Genevieve Lacey,
8.05 LIGHT & CLASSICS r; Aust Brandenburg O, Paul Dyer (9’)
BRIGHT Relax and unwind with Robyn Frost/Margaret McNamara Rodgers: Oklahoma!, The surrey with the fringe on top;
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including Bryn Terfel, b/br; Northern Pa, Paul Daniel (5’)
upcoming events. “On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. Strohmayer arr Böck: Alesergrundler Waltz; Thalia-
Prepared by Joachim Essebier 6.00 NEWS & Schrammeln (6’)
Suppe: The Beautiful Galatea, Overture; London PO,
WEATHER 9.00 NEWS
Neville Marriner (8’)
Donizetti: The Elixir of Love, Venti scudi; Placido 6.05 DINNER 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Domingo, t; Ingvar Wixell, br; Royal Opera House Covent CLASSICS Josef Raff
Garden O, John Pritchard (7’) Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Prepared by Colin Brumby
Nicolai: The Merry Wives of Windsor, Overture; Bamberg Saint-Saens: Havanaise; Kyung-Wha Chung, v; Royal Raff: Symphony No8 in A, Sounds of Spring; 1st movt (15’)
SO, Karl Anton Rickenbacher (9’) PO, Charles Dutoit (9’) Symphony No9 in Emin, In Summer, 2nd movt (10’)
Strauss: Accelerations Waltz; Slovak State PO, Johannes Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty, Suite; Bolshoi SO, Symphony No10 in Fmin, In Autumn, 3rd movt (11’)
Wildner (11’) Alexander Lazarev (23’) Symphony No11 in Amin, The Winter, Finale (9’)
Dvorak: Slavonic Dance in Aflat, op72 no8; Cleveland Vaughan Williams: Oboe Concerto; Neil Black, ob; All items with Pa Hungarica, Werner Andreas Albert
O, George Szell (6’) English CO, Daniel Barenboim (19’)
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
9.00 NEWS 7.00 MONDAY FEATURE
MORNING CONCERT
Primeval Puccini
9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY Prepared by Ross Sadler Prepared by Patrick Johnson
Boston Pops Orchestra Puccini: Le villi, Excerpts; Naná Gordaze, s; José Cura, Holmes: Overture for a Comedy; Rheinland-Pfalz PO,
Prepared by Peter Arlidge t; Stefano Antonucci, b; Bratisalva SL’UK C Choir, Italian Samuel Friedmann (10’)
Copland: Quiet City; Tim Morrison, tr; Laurence International O, Bruno Aprea (33’) Tveitt: A Hundred Hardanger Tunes, op151, Suite No1;
Thorstenberg, hn (11’); Edgar, Excerpts; Mietta Sighele, s; RAI SO & Chorus, Royal Scottish Nat O, Bjarte Engeset (32’)
Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance, March No4 in G (5’); Carlo Felice Cillario (12’) Hill A: Viola Concerto; Robert Pikler, va; SSO, Bernard
Boston Pops O, John Williams Heinze (25’)
Vaughan Williams: English Folk Song Suite; Boston 8.00 MAESTRO Hovhaness: Symphony No60, To the Appalachian
Pops O, Arthur Fiedler (11’) Proudly sponsored by The Queensland Orchestra Mountains; Bavarian RSO, Gerard Schwarz (34’)
Faure: Pavane (6’); Prepared by Colin Brumby
12noon THE VILLAGE
Delius: Brigg Fair (16’); Boston Pops O, John Williams Elgar: Froissart Overture; New Zealand SO, James Judd (14’)
Parry: Piano Concerto No1 in Fsharp; Piers Lane, p; BBC MUSIC HOUR
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK Scottish SO, Martyn Brabbins (35’) Join Ray Watson for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
Stanford: Symphony No3 in Fmin, Irish; Ulster O, show music and melodies which have stood the test of
MORNING CONCERT
Vernon Handley (41’) time. Music Diary is at 12.55.
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
Berlioz: Beatrice and Benedict, Overture; San Diego SO, Walton: Façade Suites Nos1 & 2; Saint Paul CO, Hugh 1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY
Wolff (22’) Prepared by Colin Brumby
Yoav Talmi (8’)
Harty: Piano Concerto in Bmin; Peter Donohoe, p; 10.00 MUSIC LOVER’S CHOICE Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening
Ulster O, Takuo Yuasa (30’) A repeat of last Saturday’s Music Lover’s Choice program pleasure.
Beethoven: Symphony No3 in Eflat, Eroica; ACO, hosted by Howard Ainsworth. 2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
Richard Tognetti (46’) Prepared by Jessie Crank
Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture; Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Popper arr: Requiem, Trio; David Sills, vc; Melissa
Valley Forge Military Academy Band; Philadelphia O, Dineen, vc; Jane Elliot, vc; Pen Bewsher, p (7’)
Eugene Ormandy (17’) Gounod: Queen of Sheba, Act II waltz ; London SO,
12noon THE VILLAGE Richard Bonynge (8’)
MUSIC HOUR
Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
tuesday 27 Friml arr Gamley: Rose Marie, Indian Love Call; Joan
Sutherland, s; Ambrosian Light Opera Chorus; New PaO,
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN Richard Bonynge (5’)
show music and melodies which have stood the test of
time. Music Diary is at 12.55. The program includes the Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by O’Boyle: Music Box; Paul Dean, sl, Peter Luff, hn; Sarah
Colin Brumby Meagher, ob; Sean O’Boyle, electronic keyboard (4’)
Featured Musical.
1.00 SWING AND BIG BAND 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS 2.30 TUESDAY CONCERT HALL
Jim Wrigley presents a bright variety of jazz from Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught Prepared by Colin Brumby
mainstream, traditional and swing. Start the day with John Hawkins and a variety of light, Turina: La procession del Rocio; Castile and Leon SO,
bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at Max Bragado Darman (9’)
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES Ravel: Piano Concerto in D for the Left Hand; Jean-Yves
7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids
Prepared by Robin Smith Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”. Thibaudet, p; Montreal SO, Charles Dutoit (19’)
Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez; Slava Grigoryan, g; Debussy: Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun; William
Aust Youth O, Federico Cortese (23’) 8.00 NEWS & Kincaid, fl; Philadelphia O, Eugene Ormandy (9’)
2.30 MONDAY CONCERT HALL WEATHER Gounod: St Cecilia Mass; Pilar Lorengar, s; Heinz Hoppe,
t; Franz Crass, b; Henriette Puig-Roget, o; Rene Duclos
Prepared by Ian McKinney 8.05 LIGHT &
Schumann: Manfred Overture; TSO, Sebastian Lang- Chorus; Paris Conservatoire O, Jean-Claude Hartemann
BRIGHT (44’)
Lessing (12’) Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
Chopin: Piano Concerto No2 in Fmin; Andre Watts, p; upcoming events. 4.00 CD OF THE WEEK
New York PO, Thomas Schippers (32’) Prepared by Jessie Crank
Mussorgsky orch Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition; DRIVETIME
Anon: Linz Dance, Vienna Polka; CLASSICS
Chicago SO, Carlo Maria Giulini (35’) Lanner: Hungarian Gallop in F; Edward Melkus Ens (6’)
Relax and unwind with Peter Cahill/Bevan Wiltshire and
Sanz trans Williams: Canarios;
a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including
Rodrigo: Fandango; John Williams, g (5’)
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30.

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6.00 NEWS & Dimas: Sones de Mariachi; Mexico City PO, Enrique 6.05 DINNER
WEATHER Batiz (7’) CLASSICS
Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody, S244, No13 in Amin; Shura Prepared by Colin Brumby
6.05 DINNER Cherkassky, p (8’) Liadov: Russian Folk Songs, op58; QSO, Wilfred
CLASSICS
9.00 NEWS Lehmann (13’)
Prepared by Ian McKinney Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme, op33;
Mozart: Oboe Quartet in F, K370; Ray Still, ob; Itzhak 9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY Raphael Wallfisch, vc; English CO, Geoffrey Simon (18’)
Perlman, v; Pinchas Zukerman, va; Lynn Harrell, vc (16’) Lang Lang Arensky: Egyptian Nights, op50, Suite; USSR RSO, Boris
Mozart: 2 Piano Sonata in D, K448/K375a; Max Olding, Prepared by Colin Brumby Demchenko (20’)
p; Pamela Page, p (21’) Schumann: Abegg variations, op1 (8’);
Ketelbey: Suite Romantique; Czech RSO, Adrian Leaper 7.00 WEDNESDAY BAROQUE
Balakirev: Islamey, Oriental Fantasy (9’);
(15’) Rachmaninov: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, op43; Prepared by Bevan Wiltshire
Fischer: Overture No4 in Dmin; TS C Players, Geoffrey
7.00 EVENING CLASSICS Mariinsky Theatre O, Valery Gergiev (24’)
All items with Lang Lang, p Lancaster (11’)
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Blow: Suite No5 in Dmin; Ruth Dyson, hc (6’)
Poulenc: Clarinet Sonata; Ronald Van Spaendonck, c; 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK Fasch: Symphony in A; Jean-François Paillard CO, Jean-
Alexandre Tharaud, p (13’) François Paillard (10’)
Telemann: Viola Concerto in G; Stephen Shingles, va; MORNING CONCERT
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Charpentier: Médéé; Les Arts Florissants, William
ASMF, Neville Marriner (14’) Christie (9’)
Respighi: Roman Festivals; Montreal SO, Charles Dutoit Strauss: Indigo and the Forty Thieves, Overture; Slovak
State PO, Alfred Walter (7’) Scarlatti: Sonata in F, L381; Marcella Crudeli, p (4’)
(25’) Pachelbel: Suite No6 in Bflat; Jean-François Paillard CO,
Paganini: Violin Concerto No1 in D; Ilya Kouler, v; Polish
8.00 YOUR CLASSICAL Nat RSO, Stephen Gunzenhauser (37’) Jean-François Paillard (11’)
COLLECTION Dvorak: The Golden Spinning-Wheel; London SO, Istvan Croft: Voluntary in Dmin; Joseph Payne, o (5’)
Prepared and presented by Catherine Grant Kertesz (26’) 8.00 KNOW YOUR MUSIC
Including new releases from Universal Classics and Bruch: Symphony No3 in E; Gewandhaus O, Kurt Masur An informative and stimulating program hosted by
this week’s recommended recording for starting your (32’) Donald Thornton.
classical collection. Mendelssohn: String Quintet No2 in Bflat (29’)
12noon THE VILLAGE
Beethoven: Septet in Eflat, op20; Members of the Berlin Der Blumenstrauss, op47 no5; Pagenlied; Des Madchens
P Octet; Philips 426091-2 (41’) MUSIC HOUR
Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia, Klage; Die Liebende schreibt, op86 no3; Suleika, op34
10.00 FOCUS ON WORDS AND MUSIC show music and melodies which have stood the test of no4; Suleika, op57 no3; Der Blumenkranz; Venetian
A repeat of the previous Focus on Words and Music, time. Music Diary is at 12.55. Song, op19a no6; Two Romances, No2 Sun of the
prepared and presented by Dorothy Stringer and A half-hour in the program proudly sponsored by and Sleepless (18’)
produced by Robert Blakeley. the music compiled and presented by the Theatre Organ Mendelssohn: Symphony No4 in A, Italian (30’)
10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT Society of Australia (Qld div) prepared by Ivan Cox. 9.30 THE ART OF SINGING
An interesting variety of jazz selected by Lynette Irwin/ 1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY Australia Sings
James Dalgleish to relax and entertain you through to Prepared by Robin Smith Prepared by Colin Brumby
the midnight hour. Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening Bach: Cantata 78, We hasten with faint but eager steps;
pleasure. Sara Macliver, s; Sally-Anne Russell, a; Daniel Yeadon,
vc; Neal Peres Da Costa, o; Antony Walker (5’)
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES Handel: Messiah, Why do the Nations?; Teddy Tahu
Prepared by Colin Brumby Rhodes, b; Cantillation; O of the Antipodes, Antony
Handel: Julius Caesar, Dall’ondoso periglio…Aure, deh, Walker (2’)

wednesday 28 per pieta; Graham Pushee, ct; Aust Brandenburg O, Paul
Dyer (7’)
Handel: Julius Caesar in Egypt, HWV17, As the crafty
huntsman; Graham Pushee, ct; Dominic Harvey, hn;
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No6 in Dflat; Isador Aust Brandenburg O, Paul Dyer (7’)
Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by Goodman, p (7’) Mozart: Don Giovanni, Il mio tesoro; David Parker, t;
Colin Brumby Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius, Praise to the Holiest; TSO, Thomas Mayer (4’)
Yvonne Minton, s; Peter Pears, t; London SO & Chorus, Rossini: The Barber of Seville, Una voce poco fa; Glenda
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Benjamin Britten (7’) Raymond, s; Aust SO, Hector Crawford (4’)
Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught 2.30 WEDNESDAY CONCERT HALL Mahler arr Schoenberg: Songs of a Wayfarer; Jeffrey
Start the day with Ken Bell/Anne Tanner and a variety of Black, br; Sydney Soloists, John Harding (16’)
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
light, bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at Satie: I want you to be mine; The Diva of the Empire;
Bach CPE: Sinfonia No1 in G; Capella Istropolitana,
7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids Yvonne Kenny, s; Malcolm Martineau, p (6’)
Christian Benda (11’)
Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”. Mozart: The Abduction from the Seraglio, How I will
Brahms: Piano Concerto No1 in Dmin; Rudolf Serkin, p;
triumph; Conal Coad, b; TSO, Dobbs Franks (4’)
8.00 NEWS & Cleveland O, George Szell (47’)
WEATHER Janacek: Sinfonietta; Slovak RSO, Andrej Lenard (22’) 10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT
4.00 CD OF THE WEEK Mark Bazeley/John Diegan present a mix of traditional
8.05 LIGHT & to modern jazz.
BRIGHT DRIVETIME
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing CLASSICS
upcoming events. Relax and unwind with Eddie Fee/Chadwick Palmer and
Prepared by Alan Young a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including
Boccherini: Symphony in D, op43, G521; Tafelmusik, “On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30.
Jeanne Lamon (5’)
Torelli: Sinfonia a quattro in C; John Wallace, tr; PaO, 6.00 NEWS & thursday 29
Christopher Warren-Green (7’) WEATHER 12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN
Dvorak: Piano Quintet in A, op81; Ivan Klansky, p; Vlach Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
Qt (7’) Colin Brumby
Popper: Dance of the Elves, op39; Janos Starker, vc;
Shigeo Neriki, p ((3’)

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4.00 CD OF THE WEEK 8.00 NEWS &
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
DRIVETIME WEATHER
Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught
Start the day with Judith Bell and a variety of light, bright CLASSICS 8.05 LIGHT &
classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at 7.30am and Relax and unwind with Jenny Bofinger/Marvin Crawford BRIGHT
special features throughout, incl. Children’s Corner at and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
6.45am and “On This Day…” “On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. upcoming events.
6.00 NEWS & Prepared by Colin Brumby
8.00 NEWS &
Waldteufel: Coquetterie, op218; Slovak State PO, Alfred
WEATHER WEATHER
Walter (7’)
8.05 LIGHT & 6.05 DINNER Arditi: Bolero; Marilyn Horne, ms; London SO, Richard
BRIGHT CLASSICS Bonynge (4’)
Prepared by Jessie Crank Shostakovich: Jazz Suite No1; MSO, Oleg Caetani (9’)
Includes Noela Billington’s Spotlight, previewing
Strauss, Josef: Village Swallows from Austria; Vienna Paganini: Allegro vivace a movimento perpetuo; Gil
upcoming events.
PO, Nikolaus Harnoncourt (10’) Shaham, v; Goran Sollscher, g (3’)
Prepared by Robyn Frost
Krommer: 2 Clarinet Concerto in Eflat, op91; Tomoko May: A star fell from heaven; Joseph Schmidt, t;
Arban arr Hunsberger: Theme and Variations on The
Takashima, cl; Kalman Berkes, cl/cond; Nicolaus Unnamed Chorus & O, Felix Gunther (3’)
Carnival of Venice; Wynton Marsalis, cornet; Eastman
Esterházy Sinfonia (24’) Grainger: In a Nutshell, Suite, No4 Gum-suckers’
Wind Ens (8’)
Bach JC: Sinfonia Concertante in D; Graham Cracknell, March; Leslie Howard, p (4’)
Boieldieu arr: The Caliph of Baghdad, Overture;
v; Anna McDonald, v; Hanover Band, Anthony Halstead Strauss R: Violin Concerto in Dmin, Rondo; Boris Belkin,
Mandolins in Brisbane (10’)
(18’) v; Berlin RSO, Vladimir Ashkenazy (8’)
Chopin: Fantaisie-impromptu in Csharp min, op66;
Olga Kern, p (5’) 7.00 EVENING CLASSICS 9.00 NEWS
Avison: Concerto in Gmin, op6 no11; Avison Ens, Paulo Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY
Beznosiuk (10’) Schumann: Overture, Scherzo and Finale, op52; Polish
Mozart: Horn Concerto No1 in D, K412, Rondo; Lin Nat RSO, Johannes Wildner (17’) Zubin Mehta
Jiang, hn; WASO, Barry Tuckwell (4’) Bliss: Introduction and allegro; London PO, Arthur Bliss Prepared by Ryan Shapcott
(11’) Dvorak: Carnival Overture; New York PO (10’)
9.00 NEWS Tchaikovsky arr: Memory of a Beloved Place, op42 no1,
Haydn: Symphony No92 in G, Oxford; Pa Hungarica,
9.05 MUSICIAN OF THE DAY Antal Dorati (26’) Meditation; Itzhak Perlman, v; Israel PO (10’)
Puccini: Turandot, Nessun dorma; Luciano Pavarotti, t;
Erich Korngold 8.00 THURSDAY NIGHT OPERA Los Angeles PO & Music Centre Opera Chorus (3’)
Prepared by Patrick Johnson Puccini’s “dittico”; Il tabarro & Bruch: Violin Concerto No1 in Gmin; Pinchas Zukerman,
Korngold: Piano Sonata No2 in E, op2; Geoffrey Tozer, Gianni Schicchi v; Los Angeles PO (25’)
p (28’) Proudly sponsored by Opera Queensland All items conducted by Zubin Mehta
Das Wunder der Heliane, Excerpt; Various Soloists; Tonight we present two-thirds of Puccini’s
Berlin RSO & Choir, John Mauceri (25’) 10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
“trittico” or triptych of one-act operas: the lurid
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK melodrama Il tabarro (The Cloak), and the riotous MORNING CONCERT
romp Gianni Schicchi. As the love triangle in Il Prepared by Ian McKinney
MORNING CONCERT
tabarro we’ll hear Maria Guleghina, s, Neil Shicoff, Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D; Isaac Stern, v; New
Prepared by Robyn Frost t, and Carlo Guelfi, br, with Angela Gheorghiu and York PO, Leonard Bernstein (43’)
Salieri: Flute and Oboe Concerto in C; Aurele Nicolet, fl; Roberto Alagna as the Two Lovers. This last couple Bach arr Busoni: Solo Violin Partita No2 in Dmin, BMV1004,
Heinz Holliger, ob; ASMF, Kenneth Sillito (19’) then star as the young lovers in Gianni Schicchi, Chaconne; Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, p (14’)
Brahms: Symphony No1 in Cmin; Scottish CO, Charles with the title role taken by Jose van Dam, and Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade; Lorand Fenyves, v;
Mackerras (45’) Felicity Palmer heading the list of awful relatives. Suisse Romande O, Ernest Ansermet (43’)
Beethoven: Fantasia in Cmin, Choral; Julius Katchen, p; The London SO is conducted by Antonio Pappano.
London SO & Chorus, Piero Gamba (19’) 12noon THE VILLAGE
Grieg: Lyric Suite; English CO, Raymond Leppard (16’) 10.00 CONCERTO MUSIC HOUR
Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost Join John Carrier for a blend of light classics, nostalgia,
12noon THE VILLAGE Hoffmeister: Flute Concerto No18 in D; Ingrid show music and melodies which have stood the test of
MUSIC HOUR Dingfelder, fl; English CO, Charles Mackerras (26’) time. Music Diary is at 12.55.
Join Marvin Crawford for a blend of light classics,
10.30 JAZZ TONIGHT 1.00 SWING AND BIG BAND
nostalgia, show music and melodies which have stood
the test of time. The second half-hour includes Peter A program of mainly mainstream jazz presented by Jim Barlow/Ron Clark serve up easy-to-digest jazz for
Weston Remembers, and Music Diary at 12.55. Tony Hennessy/Charles Cannon. lunch.
1.00 LUNCHTIME MISCELLANY 2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
Prepared by Jessie Crank Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost
Popular classical music for your lunchtime listening Coste: Consolazione, romance sans paroles, op25;
pleasure. Jeffrey Crellin, ob; Peter Lynch, g (9’)
2.00 UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
Prepared by Patrick Johnson
friday 30 Berlioz: Romeo and Juliette, Love scene; QSO, Isaiah
Jackson (16’)

Moscheles: Theme varie, op138b; Barry Tuckwell, hn;
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN 2.30 FRIDAY CONCERT HALL
Daniel Blumenthal, p (8’) Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by Prepared by Dieter Grant-Frost
Kalliwoda: Concertino in F, op110; Diana Doherty, ob; Colin Brumby Boccherini: Symphony in C, op21 no3; Dagoberto
QSO, Werner Andreas Albert (16’) Linhares, g; Bettina Mussumeli, v; Glauco Bertagnin,
6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS
v; Paolo Pollastri, ob; Helene Devilleneuve, ob; I Solisti
2.30 THURSDAY CONCERT HALL Proudly sponsored by Whittaker Macnaught Veneti, Claudio Scimone (24’)
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham Start the day with Anne Forbes and a variety of light, Weber: Piano Concerto No1 in C; Peter Rosel, p;
Mozart: Violin Concerto No5 in A; Pinchas Zukerman, bright classics, BBC News at 7am, Music Diary at Staatskapelle Dresden, Herbert Blomstedt (21’)
v/cond; St Paul CO (32’) 7.30am and special features throughout, including Kids Beethoven: Symphony No7 in A; ACO, Richard Tognetti
Tchaikovsky: Manfred Symphony in Bmin; Oslo PO, Classics at 6.45am and “On This Day…”. (39’)
Mariss Jansons (53’)

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CD OF THE WEEK
DRIVETIME
saturday 31 4.00 SATURDAY FEATURE
The Four Seasons
12midnight CLASSICAL CDs TILL DAWN Prepared by Ian Grey
CLASSICS Vivaldi: The Spring – Descriptive Sonnet (1’)
Relax and unwind with John Forbes/Margaret Whyte Six uninterrupted hours of classical music, chosen by
Ben Eaglesham Concerto in E, op8 no1, RV269, Spring (9’)
and a classical mix of easy-to-listen-to music, including The Summer – Descriptive Sonnet (1’)
“On This Day…” and Music Diary at 5.30. 6am DAYBREAK CLASSICS Concerto in Gmin, op8no2, RV315, Summer (11’)
6.00 NEWS & “Good Morning” music with Howard Ainsworth The Autumn – Descriptive Sonnet (1’)
WEATHER including Concerto in F, op8 no3, RV293, Autumn (11’)
6.00 Band Parade The Winter – Descriptive Sonnet (1’)
6.05 DINNER Concerto in Fmin, op8 no4, RV297, Winter (9’)
6.30 Mainly Viennese
CLASSICS 7.00 BBC News and Local Weather All items with Barbara Jane Gilby, v; TS C Players,
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham 7.15 The Story of the Aria Geoffrey Lancaster, dir/hc
Schubert: Rondo in A, D438; Nigel Kennedy, v; English 7.30 Music Diary 5.00 EVENING PRELUDE
CO, Jeffrey Tate (16’)
Fibich: Symphony No1 in F; Razumovsky SO, Andrew 8.00 NEWS & Prepared by Patrick Johnson
WEATHER Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Guitar Concerto No1 in D;
Mogrelia (35’)
Siegfried Behrend, g; Berlin PO, Reinhard Peters (19’)
7.00 FRIDAY FEATURE 8.05 MUSIC LOVER’S CHOICE Wagner: Siegfried Idyll; QPO C Ens (19’)
Swanning Around Proudly sponsored by Reg Mills Stereo Schumann: Forest Scenes, op82; Ian Holtham, p (18’)
Prepared by Richard Austin Hosted by Howard Ainsworth introducing his special Mozart arr Wendt: The Marriage of Figaro, Suite;
Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals, The Swan; guest who discusses and presents some favourite Melbourne Windpower, Richard Runnels (15’)
London SO, Richard Bonynge (3’) music. This program is repeated on Monday at 10pm. Bruch: Romance in Amin, op42; Maxim Fedotov, v;
Sibelius: The Swan of Tuonela; QYSO, John Curro (9’) Russian PO, Dmitry Yablonsky (10’)
10.00 CD OF THE WEEK
Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake, Ballet Suite; Royal PO, Charles
6.30 INVITATION TO THE DANCE
Mackerras (40’) SATURDAY LIGHT
Prepared by Claire Lambert
8.00 AT THE CONCERT AND BRIGHT
Rossini: Moise, Air de danse No1; Monte-Carlo Nat
The Russian Connection Prepared by Colin Brumby Opera O, Antonio de Almeida (6’)
Recorded by the 4MBS Concert Recording Team at Basil Presented by Sue Pepper/Gordon Dean Gounod: Faust, Grand Ballet; Slovenska Pa, Kurt Redel
Jones Theatre on 18 August 1995. Meyerbeer arr Lambert: Les patineurs, Suite; (17’)
Philadelphia O, Eugene Ormandy (13’)
Recording & Production: Mike Le Voi Francaix: Piano Concertino in F; Jean-Yves Thibaudet, 7.00 SATURDAY SOIREE
p; Montreal SO, Charles Dutoit (9’) Prepared by Colin Brumby
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No8 in Cmin, op13, Pathetique
Kelley: O’Carolan Suite in Baroque Style; CO of Ireland, Beethoven: Piano Trio No7 in Bflat, Archduke, 1st movt;
(20’);
Fionnuala Hunt (14’) Stuttgart Piano Trio (13’)
Hummel: Rondo in Eflat, op11 (5’); Lev Vlassenko, p
Kreisler: Violin Concerto in C in the style of Vivaldi; Gil Brahms: Rhapsody in Gmin, op79 no2; Stephen
Chopin: Scherzo No2 in Bflat min (10’);
Shaham, v; Orpheus CO (11’) Kovacevich, p (6’)
Rachmaninov: Barcarolle in Gmin, op10 no3 (5’);
Althoff: Dance Suite; Melbourne Mandolin O, Fred Witt Rozsa: Variations on a Hungarian Peasant Song, op 4;
Scriabin: Etude in Csharp min, op 2 no1; Etude in
(11’) Philippe Quint, v; William Wolfram, p (10’)
Dsharp min, op8 no12 (6’); Natasha Vlassenko, p
Rossini: String Sonata No1 in G; I Virtuosi Italiani (15’) Chopin: Waltz No1 in Eflat, Grande valse brillante,
Tchaikovsky: Dumka (9’); Dreaming, op72 (5’)
Handel: Organ Concerto in Bflat, op4 no6; Peter op18; Jean-Yves Thibaudet, p (5’)
Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No12 in Csharp min (10’);
Hurford, o; Concertgebouw CO, Joshua Rifkin (12’) Faure arr: Sicilienne in Gmin, op78 (3’);
Oleg Stepanov, p
Delibes arr: Coppelia, Suite; Philadelphia O, Eugene Saint-Saens arr: Carnival of the Animals, The Swan
Gavrilin: Suite; Natasha Vlassenko, Oleg Stepanov, p
Ormandy (14’) (3’);
(20’)
12noon INTERMEZZO Elgar arr: Salut d’amour, op12 (3’); Lynn Harrell, vc;
AT THE CONCERT – Part II Bruno Canino, p
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
Southern Cross Soloists – Celebrating Poulenc Schubert: Piano Trio No1 in Bflat, D898, 3rd movt,
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No1 in C; Wilhelm Kempff,
Recorded by the 4MBS Concert Recording Team at Scherzo; Griffith Trio (7’)
p; Berlin PO, Ferdinand Leitner (36’)
Conservatorium Theatre on 19 February 1999. 8.00 SATURDAY NIGHT AT HOME
Ravel: Sheherezade; Maria Ewing, s; City of Birmingham
Recording & Production: David Spearitt SO, Simon Rattle (18’) Prepared by Colin Brumby
1.00 SELECT YOUR CLASSICS Prokofiev: Symphony No1 in D, Classical, op25; Berlin
Poulenc: 4 Songs; Margaret Schindler, s; Kevin Power,
PO, Seiji Ozawa (16’)
p (9’) Prepared and presented by John Carrier
Brahms: Piano Concerto No2 in Bflat, op83; Maurizio
Flute Sonata; Karen Lonsdale, fl; Kevin Power, p (12’) An hour of new and recent releases from Select Audio-
Pollini, p; Vienna PO, Claudio Abbado (48’)
Visual Distribution, Australia’s leading distributor of
10.00 CHORAL MASTERPIECES Borodin arr: String Quartet No2 in D, op11, 3rd movt,
independent classical, jazz and world music.
Prepared by Jenny Dawson Nocturne; Royal PO, Stanley Black (8’)
Delalande: Te Deum; Les Arts Florissants, William 2.00 SATURDAY AFTERNOON Tchaikovsky: Suite No3 in G, op55; USSR Academic SO,
Christie (20’) Prepared and presented by Jenny Bofinger Yevgeny Svetlanov (42’)
Handel: Coronation Anthem, The king shall rejoice; Wagner arr: Meistersingers Overture; Kevin Bowyer, o 10.00 SATURDAY LATE CLASSICS
King’s College Cambridge Choir; English CO, David (3’)
Prepared by Ben Eaglesham
Willcocks (12’) Handel: Judas Maccabaeus, Act 2 continued; Ryland
Glazunov: Seasons Ballet, op67; Czecho-Slovak RSO,
Philidor F-A: Carmen saeculare; Veronica Cangemi, s; Davies, t; Felicity Palmer, s; John Shirley-Quirk, b; Paul
Ondrej Lenard (38’)
Nora Gubisch, ms; Donald Litaker, t; Antonio Abete, b; Esswood, ct; Wandsworth School Choir; English CO,
Vieuxtemps: Violin Concerto No5 in Amin, op37; Itzhak
Swiss R Chorus; O della Svizzera Italiana, Jean-Claude Charles Mackerras (18’)
Perlman, v; Paris O, Daniel Barenboim (21’)
Malgoire (80’) Telemann: Quartet No4 in Bmin; Members of Collegium
Dvorak: Symphony No9 in Emin, From the New World,
Aureum (20’)
op95; Slovak PO, Stephen Gunzenhauser (43’)
Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante in Eflat, K364; Thomas
Rossini: William Tell, Overture; Montreal SO, Charles
Zehetmair, v; Ruth Killius, va; ACO, Richard Tognetti
Dutoit (11’)
(29’)
Tchaikovsky arr: Sextet in Dmin, op70, Souvenir de
Florence; O d’Auvergne, Jean-Jacques Kantorow (34’)

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