Daily FM & DAB+ Programming

                  

Wednesday 27th May

00:00 DREAD JUNCTION
With Vince Carnovale

01:00 DREAD JUNCTION
With Vince Carnovale

02:00 The Lost Highway
With Austin Harrison

03:00 CLASSICAL TILL DAWN

06:00 FINE MUSIC BREAKFAST
including Arts Calendar at 7.30am
With Janine Burrus
Handel, G. Passacaglia, from Keyboard suite no 7 in G minor, HWV432 (1746-47). John O’Donnell, organ.
ABC 476 3335                                                                              4

Bauer, H. Capriccio on the cuckoo’s call, after Frescobaldi. Sandro Ivo Bartoli, piano.
Brilliant Classics 9417                                                        5

Bauer, M. American youth concerto, op 36 (1943). Diana Ambache, piano; Ambache CO.
Naxos 8.559253                                                                          6

Kats-Chernin, E. Land of sweeping plains (2012). Vienna Boys Choir; Gerald Wirth, piano; Manolo Cagnin, conductor.
ABC 476 5094                                                                              5

Bach, J.S. Jesu joy of man’s desiring, from Cantata, BWV147, (1723; arr. C. Salzedo) SHE: Seven Harp Ensemble.
Tall Poppies TP204                                                                  3

Telemann, G. Recorder concerto in C (c1720).Last movt Maurice Steger, recorder; Akademie für Alte Musik.; Stephan Mai, director
Harmonia Mundi HMC 901917                                                    16

Shostakovich, D. String quartet no 1 in C, op 49 (1938). Jerusalem Quartet.
Harmonia Mundi HMG 508392.93                                              5

Chopin, F. Scherzo no 1 in B minor, op 20 (1831-32). Benjamin Grosvenor, piano.
Decca 478 3206                                                                          8

Canteloube, J. La pastrouletta è lou chibalie, from Songs of the Auvergne (1923-30). Véronique Gens, soprano; Lille NO; Serge Baudo, conductor.
Naxos 8.570338                                                                          2

Albinoni, T. Oboe concerto in D minor, op 9 no 2. Kirsten Barry, oboe; Australian Brandenburg O; Paul Dyer, director.
ABC 476 2840                                                                              12

Youmans, V. Tea for two, from No, no, Nanette. George Dvorsky, Rebecca Luker, vocalists; London Sinfonietta Ch & O; John McGlinn, conductor.
EMI 5 72966 2                                                                            6

Panufnik, A. Old Polish suite for string orchestra (1950; rev. 1955). Polish CO; Mariusz Smolij, conductor.
Naxos 8.570032                                                                          10

Saint-Saëns, C. Oboe sonata, op 166 (1921). Colin Maier, oboe; Alison Wiebe, piano.
Ontario Arts Council CMCD 001                                            11

Lumbye, H. Champagne galop, op 14 (1845). Vienna PO; Zubin Mehta, conductor
Sony 88875035492                                                                      2

Mozart, W. Fin ch’han dal vino (Champagne aria), from Don Giovanni, K527 (1787). Teddy Tahu Rhodes, bass-baritone; Tasmanian SO; Ola Rudner, conductor.
ABC 476 5098                                                                              1

Kats-Chernin, E. Silver suite. Acacia Quartet.
Vexations840 840-1202                                                            12

Aulin, V. Valse élégiaque (1892). Bengt Forsberg, piano.
dB Productions dBCD170                                                          6

Kroll, W. Banjo and Fiddle (1945). Jane Peters, violin; Rachel Valler, piano.
MBS 27 CD                                                                                    3

Raff, J. String octet in C, op 176 (1872). Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble.
Chandos CHAN 8790                                                                    9

Raff, J. La fileuse, op 157 no 2 (1870). Philip Martin, piano.
Hyperion CDA67379                                                                    4

Medtner, N. Piano quintet in C, op posth. Dora Schwarzberg, violin; Lucia Hall, violin; Nora Romanoff-Schwarzberg, viola; Jing Zhao, cello, Lilya Zilberstein, piano.
EMI 7 21119 2                                                                            8

Fauré, G. Sicilienne, op 78 (1898); orch. Talmi). Marc Grauwels, flute; Belgian Radio and Television SO; André Vandernoot, conductor.
Naxos 8.555977                                                                          3

Fauré, G. Élégie for cello and orchestra, op 24 (1880; orch. Aubert). Peter Dixon, cello; BBC PO; Yan Pascal Tortelier, conductor.
Chandos CHAN 9416                                                                    8

Handel, G. As steals the morn, from L’allegro, il penseroso ed il moderato, HWV55 (1740) Lucy Crowe, soprano; Mark Padmore, tenor; English Concert; Andrew Manze, director.
Harmonia Mundi HMU 907422                                                    7

Wagner, R. Träume for violin and orchestra, 91 (1858). Sophia Reuter, violin; International Menuhin Music Academy, Gstaad; Yehudi Menuhin, conductor.
Dinemec DCCD 014                                                                      5

Preisner, Zbigniew The secret Garden main title The Sinfonia Varsovia, Wojcieh Michniewski, cond
VSD 5443                                                                                      4

Preisner, Zbigniew The Secret Garden - Pluie
Virgin france SA 7243 8 40799 2 5                                   

09:00 DIVERSIONS IN FINE MUSIC
Inspired by literature
Prepared by Paul Cooke

Pierson, H. Overture: Romeo and Juliet, op 86 (pub. 1874). English Northern Philharmonia/David Lloyd-Jones.
Hyperion CDA66515                                                                    10

Salieri, A. Quartets from the opera Palmira (1796-97). Christoff Ogg, cl; Regula Schneider, bshn; Markus Niederhauser, bshn; Andreas Ramseier, bshn.
Claves CD 50-9212                                                                    7

Sibelius, J. Rakastava, op 14 (1911). Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner.
Decca 442 819-6                                                                        11

Liszt, F. Vallée d’Obermann, from Années de pèlerinage: première année: Suisse (1848-54). Stephanie McCallum, pf.
ABC 476 1248                                                                              13

Copland, A. Eight poems of Emily Dickinson. Emma Matthews, sop; Melbourne SO/Benjamin Northey.
ABC 481 0863                                                                              21

Caplet, A. Conte fantastique (1908). Laurence Cabel, hp; Ensemble Musique Oblique.
Harmonia Mundi HMC 901417                                                    17

10:30 CONCERT HALL
Prepared by Jennifer Foong

Elgar, E. Overture: In the South, Alassio, op 50 (1903). Royal PO/Andrew Litton.
Virgin VC 7 90727-2                                                                21

Bach, J. Christian Piano concerto in D, op 1 no 6 (1763). Ingrid Haebler, fp; Vienna Capella Academica/Eduard Melkus.
Philips 438 712-2                                                                    13

Rimsky-Korsakov, N. Suite from Pan voyevoda, op 59 (1903). Moscow SO/Igor Golovschin.
Naxos 8.553858                                                                          25

Arriaga, J. Symphony in D minor (1824). Scottish CO/Charles Mackerras.
Hyperion CDA66800                                                                    23

12:00 JAZZ SKETCHES
With Robert Vale

13:00 IN CONVERSATION
Jenny Eriksson
With Christopher Waterhouse

14:00 SOUTH AMERICAN JOURNEY
Prepared by Ron Walledge

Ginastera, A. Dances from the ballet, Estancia, op 8a (1943). New World SO/Michael Tilson Thomas.
Argo 436 737-2                                                                          13

Hahn, R. The loved one; The exquisite hour; Infidelity. David Hobson, ten; David McSkimming, pf.
ABC 476 5282                                                                              9

Piazzolla, A. Le grand tango. Yo-Yo Ma, vc; Kathryn Stott, pf.
Sony SK 63122                                                                            12

Villa-Lobos, H. Guitar concerto (1951). John Williams, gui; English CO/Daniel Barenboim.
CBS M2YK 45610                                                                          19

15:00 VARIED SCHUBERT
With Stephen Matthews
Schubert, F. Rondeau brillant in B minor, D895 (1826). Adele Anthony, vn; Jonathan Feldman, pf.
Naxos 8.554148                                                                          15

Schubert, F. The miller and the stream; The stream’s lullaby, from Die schöne Müllerin, D795 (1823). Ian Bostridge, ten; Mitsuko Uchida, pf.
EMI 5 57827 2                                                                            11

Schubert, F. Symphony no 1 in D, D82 (1813). Royal Concertgebouw O/Nikolaus Harnoncourt.
Teldec 4509-91184-2                                                                28

16:00 FINE MUSIC DRIVE
including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm
With Ross Hayes
Suppé, F. Overture to Light Cavalry (1866). New York PO; Leonard Bernstein, conductor.
CBS MYK 44719                                                                            7

Strauss, J. II Czardas, Klänge der Heimat, from Die Fledermaus (1874). Ljuba Welitsch, soprano; Metropolitan Opera Ch & O; Max Rudolf, conductor.
Nimbus NI 7959/60                                                                    4

Soler, A. Fandango in D minor. Scott Ross, harpsichord.
Erato 2292-45435-2                                                                  12

Holst, G. Mars, from The planets, op 32 (1914-16; arr. Sauer). Summit Brass.
Summit DCD 171                                                                          8

Delibes, L. Le rossignol. Joan Sutherland, soprano; Richard Bonynge, piano.
Decca 475 6302                                                                          5

Dukas, P. Symphonic poem: The sorcerer's apprentice (1897). Toulouse Capitole O; Michel Plasson, conductor.
EMI 5 55385 2                                                                            11

Zarzycki, A. Mazurka in G minor, op 25. David Oistrakh, violin; Vladimir Yampolsky, piano.
Brilliant Classics 8402                                                        5

Orff, C. O fortuna, from Carmina Burana (1936). The Red Army Choir; Vikto Eliseev, director.
FGL 479 2311                                                                              3

Abel, C. Allegro moderato in D minor. Vittorio Ghielmi, bass viol.
Harmonia Mundi HMI 987063                                                    5

Britten, B. Four sea interludes, from Peter Grimes, op 33a (1944-45). Ulster O; Vernon Handley, conductor.
Chandos CHAN 8473                                                                    16

Camus, P. Chanson. Janet Webb, flute; Jocelyn Edey Fazzone, piano.
Fluteworthy Aug2012                                                                3

Camus, P. Badinerie. Janet Webb, flute; Jocelyn Edey Fazzone, piano.
Fluteworthy Aug2012                                                                3

Tchaikovsky, P. Valse-scherzo for violin and orchestra, op 34 (1878). James Ehnes, violin; Sydney SO; Vladimir Ashkenazy, conductor.
Sydney Symphony SSO201206                                                    9

Schubert, F. Quartettsatz in C minor, D703 (1820). Artis Quartett.
Sony SK 66720                                                                            9

Respighi, O. Ancient airs and dances, suite no 2 (1924). Bergamasca Philharmonia Hungarica; Antal Dorati, conductor.
Mercury 478 5092                                                                      6

Verdi, G. Va pensiero, from Nabucco (1842). Ambrosian Singers; London SO; Claudio Abbado, conductor.
Decca 440 844-2                                                                        5

Tchaikovsky, P. Overture: 1812. Oslo PO; Mariss Jansons, conductor.
EMI 574113-2                                                                              15

Piazzolla, A. Four, for tango. Kronos Quartet.
Nonesuch 979 181-2                                                                  5

Telemann, G. Sonata no 1 in A (1736). Musica ad Rhenum.
Brilliant Classics 94104                                                      11

Mozart, W. Flute quartet no 4 in A, K298 (1786-87). Paula Robison, flute; Members of Tokyo String Quartet.
Vanguard OVC 4001                                                                    12

19:00 A TWIST OF JAZZ
With Andrew Piper

20:00 AT THE OPERA
Prepared by Elaine Siversen

Donizetti, G. Don Pasquale. Opera in three acts. Libretto by Giovanni Ruffini. First performed Paris, 1843.
                                                                                                    

DON PASQUALE: Renato Bruson, bass
ERNESTO : Frank Lopardo, ten
NORINA: Eva Mei, sop
MALATESTA: Thomas Allen, bar
THE NOTARY: Alfredo Giacomotti, bar
Bavarian Radio Choir; Munich RSO/Roberto Abbado.
RCA 88697856542                                                                        1:00

Ernesto has refused to marry the bride chosen by his wealthy uncle Don Pasquale, as he loves a poor widow Norina. Don Pasquale disinherits him and Ernesto decides to leave Italy. Doctor Malatesta suggests that Pasquale marry his sister, who is Norina in disguise; his intention is to fool Pasquale. Once married by a fake notary, Norina starts bossing Pasqale and spending his money. Both he and Ernesto are wretched until Malatesta reveals the truth and Pasquale in relief reinstates Ernesto as heir and allows him to marry Norina.
                                                                                                    

Venti scudi, from L'elisir d'amore (1832). Jerry Hadley, ten; Thomas Hampson, bar; Welsh National Opera O/Carlo Rizzi.
Teldec 9031-73283-2                                                                9

Una furtiva lagrima, from The elixir of love (1832). Luciano Pavarotti, ten; Metropolitan Opera O/James Levine.
DG 459 362-2                                                                              4

22:30 WIND MUSIC 1918-1939
Saxophone
Prepared by James Nightingale

Milhaud, D. La création du monde, op 81 (1923). Ulster O/Yan Pascal Tortelier.
Chandos CHAN 9023                                                                    16

Koechlin, C. Epitaphe de Jean Harlow (1937). Jacques Castagner, fl; Jean-Marie Londeix, sax; Henriette Puig-Roget, pf.
EMI 5 72360 2                                                                            3

Françaix, J. Little saxophone quartet (1935). Deffayet Quartet.
EMI 5 72360 2                                                                            7

Bozza, E. Aria (1936). Gerard McChrystal, sax; Shiroma de Silva, pf.
First Hand Records FHR13                                                      4

Glazunov, A. Concerto in E flat, op 109 (1934). Eugene Rousseau, sax; Paul Kuentz CO/Paul Kuentz.
DG 453 991-2                                                                              14

Creston, P. Sonata, op 19 (1939). Arno Bornkamp, sax; Ivo Janssen, pf.
Globe GLO 5032                                                                          14

Kodály, Z. Suite from Háry János, op 15 (1927). Chicago SO/Neeme Järvi.
Chandos CHAN 8877                                                                    25