Daily FM & DAB+ Programming Guide


Friday 4th December

With Tom Zelinka

With Austin Harrison

With Chris Winner


including Arts Calendar at 7.30am
With Annabelle Drumm

Sor, F. Concert piece, op 54 (pub. c1832).    Adam Holzman, guitar.
Naxos 8.553450 [16:50]

Mozart, W. Sonata in C no 15, K 545 (1788).    Lipman Harp Duo.
Arpeggio -- [06:52]

Janequin, C. Toutes les nuictz, from Le chant des Oyseaux.    Ensemble Clément Janequin.
Harmonia Mundi HMX 290838.40 [02:06]

Janequin, C. Las on peult juger, from Le chant des Oyseaux.    Ensemble Clément Janequin.
Harmonia Mundi HMX 290838.40 [04:16]

Quilter, R. Suite no 1: Where the rainbow ends (1911).    Northern Sinfonia; Richard Hickox, conductor.
EMI CDC 7 49933 2 [14:42]

Dvorák, A. Slavonic dance in F, op 46 no 4 (1878).    Scottish NO; Neeme Järvi, conductor.
Chandos CHAN 8406 [06:48]

Dvorák, A. Slavonic dance in A, op 46 no 5 (1878).    Scottish NO; Neeme Järvi, conductor.
Chandos CHAN 8406 [03:19]

Albinoni, T. Concerto in F, op 7 no 9 (c1715).    Heinz Holliger, oboe; I Musici.
Philips 432 115-2 [06:20]

Schumann, R. Extracts from Fünf Stücke im Volkston, op 102 (1849).    Gautier Capuçon, cello; Martha Argerich, piano.
EMI 7 21119 2 [10:23]

Handel, G. Extracts from Music for the royal fireworks, HWV351 (1749).    La Grande Écurie et la Chambre du Roy; Jean-Claude Malgoire, director.
CBS MK 42123 [11:10]

Waldteufel, E. Waltz: Les patineurs (The skaters), op 183 (1882).    Strasbourg PO; Theodor Guschlbauer, conductor.
FNAC-Aria 592311 [07:40]

Beethoven, L. Rondo Allegro from Piano concerto no 5 in E flat, op 73, Emperor (1809).    Wilhelm Backhaus, piano; Vienna PO; Clemens Krauss, conductor.
Decca 425 962-2 [10:17]

Mozart, W. Extract from Concertone in C, K190 (1774).    Isaac Stern, Pinchas Zukerman, violins; English CO; Daniel Barenboim, conductor.
Sony SM3K 66 475 [07:12]

Rameau, J-P. Overture to Naïs (1749).    Les Talens Lyriques; Christophe Rousset, conductor.
L’Oiseau-Lyre 455 293-2 [03:50]

Delibes, L. Marche dansée et final, from La source ou Naïla(1866).    Royal Opera House O; Charles Mackerras, conductor
EMI 1664462 [03:14]

Telemann, G. Oboe concerto in E minor (arr. for trumpet).    Maurice André, trumpet; Hedwig Bilgram, harpsichord; Munich Bach O; Karl Richter, conductor.
Decca 478 4664 [10:02]

Strauss, J. II Polka and Genus damit, Genus from Die Fledermaus. Operetta in three acts. Libretto by Karl Haffner and Richard Genée. First performed Vienna, 5 April 1874.    Wolfgang Brendel, bar Kiri Te Kanawa, sop Tom Krause, bar Brigitte Fassbaender, mezz Edita Gruberova, sop .Vienna State Opera Ch; Vienna PO; André Previn, conductor.
Philips 432 157-2 [08:08]

Johnson, G. The laughing policeman.    Charles Penrose, voice; O; Stan Greening, conductor.
ABC 476 5053 [02:38]

Davis, C. Hollywood (1980).    Royal PO; Carl Davis, conductor.
Tring TRP099 [03:50]

Mozart, W. Sull’aria .. Ricavete, o padroncina, queste rose, from The marriage of Figaro, K579 (1789).    Barbara Bonney, soprano; Arleen Auger, soprano; Drottningholm Court Theatre Ch & O Arnold Östman; conductor.
Decca 460571-2 [03:53]

Vivaldi, A. Concerto in G minor, op 8 no 2, Summer, RV315, from The four seasons (pub 1725).    Australian CO; Richard Tognetti, violin & director
BIS BIS-2103 [10:31]

Al fresco
Prepared by Elaine Siversen
With Stephen Wilson

Barton, W. Birdsong at dusk.    William Barton, voice, did, gui; Kurilpa String Quartet.
ABC 481 0962 [11:34]

Smetana, B. Three choruses for female voices: My star; The swallows arrived; The sunset (1878).    Czech Philharmonic Ch/Josef Veselka.
LP Supraphon MS 112 1143 [07:00]

Schumann, R. Songs of dawn, op 133 (1853).    Simon Tedeschi, pf.
ABC 481 5558 [14:46]

Shankar, R. The enchanted dawn.    Geoffrey Collins, fl; Alice Giles, hp.
Tall Poppies TP031 [12:46]

Strauss, Josef. Butterflies, op 62 (1858).    Berlin SO/Robert Stolz.
Eurodisc 258 663 [05:59]

Martinu, B. Butterflies and birds of paradise (1920).    Giorgio Koukl, pf.
Naxos 8.557918 [15:36]

Chatman, S. Creatures of earth and sky (1992).    Sandra Friesen, pf.
Centrediscs CMCCD 14709 [10:20]

Prepared by Rita Felton
With Stephen Wilson


Beethoven, L. Overture to Coriolan, op 62 (1807).    Sydney SO/Willem van Otterloo.
LP RCA VRL 40190 [08:31]

Handel, G. Suite from The water music, HWV348-50 (1717; arr. Baines).    Royal PO/Yehudi Menuhin.
ASV RPO 8002 [27:06]

Mendelssohn, F. Symphony no 3 in A minor, op 56, Scottish (1842).    O of the Eighteenth Century/Frans Brüggen.
Glossa GCD 921117 [45:44]

Mendelssohn, F. Songs without words, No2, Book 2, op 30 (1835).    Daniel Barenboim, piano.
DG 453 061-2 [01:55]

With Barry O'Sullivan

   Guest - Dr. Steve Barry

McGruff    Paul Williamson's Organ Combo
Over the Rainbow [09:20]

Never Let Me Go    Sam Yahel
Searchin' [07:28]

Misty    Richard Groove Holmes
Kickin' the 3 [01:56]

Blues For J    Jimmy Smith
Organ Grinder Swing [05:16]

Slouchin'    Dr. Lonnie Smith
Think [06:54]

After Hours    Brother Jack McDuff
Screamin' [04:28]

Beeah    Meddiski,Martin and Woods
It's A jungle in Here [06:57]

Prepared by James Nightingale
With Robert Gilchrist

Shostakovich, D. Doll dances (1952).    Boris Petrushansky, pf.
Stradivarius STR 33727 [11:51]

Prokofiev, S. Overture on Hebrew themes, op 34 (1934).    Yevgeny Kissin, pf; Moscow Virtuosi.
Philips 456 871-2 [09:14]

Stravinsky, I. Suite from The soldier’s tale (1918).    Dimitri Ashkenazy, cl; European Soloists Ensemble/Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Decca 473 810-2 [14:19]

Shostakovich, D. Chamber symphony, op 49a (arr. Barshai 1938).    Milan Giuseppe Verdi O/Rudolf Barshai.
Brilliant Classics 8212 [15:35]

Prepared by Stephen Wilson
With Robert Gilchrist

Rossini, G. Overture to Il Turco in Italia (1814).    Academy of St Martin in the Fields/Neville Marriner.
Philips 473 967-2 [08:24]

Respighi, O. Church windows (1927).    Cincinnati SO/Jésus López-Cobos.
Telarc 80356 [27:55]

Verdi, G. Overture to La battaglia di Legnano (1849).    La Scala PO/Riccardo Muti.
Sony SBK 89738 [09:08]

Salieri, A. Sinfonia in D, Veneziana.    English CO/Richard Bonynge.
ABC 475 070-2 [08:15]

Vivaldi, A. Violin concerto in F, RV286, Per la Solennità di San Lorenzo.    Stefano Montanari, vn; Accademia Bizantina/Ottavio Dantone.
naive OP 30416 [12:27]

Tommasini, V. Carnival of Venice, variations on a theme by Paganini (1928).    NBC SO/Arturo Toscanini.
Naxos 8.110836-7 [13:27]

Tommasini, V. Ballet music from The Sicilian Vespers (1855).    Monte Carlo National Opera O/Antonio de Almeida.
Philips 422 846-2 [29:04]

including Arts Calendar at 5.00pm
With James Hunter

Rossini, G. String sonata no 4 in B flat (c1804). 3rd mvmt.    I Musici.
Newton 8802041 [02:56]

Rossini, G. String sonata no 5 in E flat (c1804). Finale    I Musici.
Newton 8802041 [03:37]

Mozart, W. Champagne aria, from Don Giovanni, K527 (1787).    Bryn Terfel, baritone; London PO; Georg Solti, conductor.
Decca 478 2346 [01:18]

Waxman, F. Carmen fantasie (1947).    Maxim Vengerov, violin; Israel P O; Zubin Mehta, conductor.
Teldec 9031-73266-2 [09:57]

Pezel, J. Trumpet sonatina no 71 (1675).    John Foster, Yoram Levy, trumpets; David Drury, organ.
ABC 476 4110 [02:23]

Weber, C.M. Wie nahte mir der Schlummer, from Der Freischütz (1821).    Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano; Philharmonia O; Walter Susskind, conductor.
EMI 5 67634 2 [08:30]

Richter, F. Sinfonia IX in A, no 69 (1744).    Helsinki Baroque O; Aapo Häkkinen, conductor.
Naxos 8.570597 [13:08]

Kats-Chernin, E. Russian rag (1996).    Sydney Alpha Ensemble; David Stanhope, conductor.
ABC 456 468-2 [03:43]

Fauré, G. In Paradisum, from Requiem.    Holland Boys Choir: Pieter Jan Leusink, conductor.
Brilliant Classics 94412 [03:13]

Boccherini, L. Cello concerto no 10 in D (pub. 1770). Finale    Raphael Wallfisch, cello; Northern CO; Nicholas Ward, conductor.
Naxos 8.557589 [07:01]

Auber, D-F-E. C’est l’histoire amoureuse (Laughing song), from Manon Lescaut (1856).Historic Recording.1924    Evelyn Scotney, soprano; unknown O; Eugene Goossens, conductor.
AO AO1 [02:24]

Bellini, V. Oboe concertino in E flat.    Peterborough String O; Nicholas Daniel, oboe and director.
Helios CDH55034 [06:56]

Herz, H. Grande polonaise brillante, op 30 (pub. 1827).    Tasmanian SO; Howard Shelley, piano & conductor.
Hyperion CDA68100 [14:02]

Holzbauer, I. Symphony in G.    L’Orfeo Baroque O; Michi Gaigg, conductor.
cpo 999 585-2 [07:50]

Dvorák, A. Piano quintet no 2 in A, op 81 (1887). 3rd: Scherzo    Piers Lane, piano; Goldner String Quartet.
Hyperion CDA67805 [04:18]

Dvorák, A. Piano quintet no 2 in A, op 81 (1887). 4th: Allegro    Piers Lane, piano; Goldner String Quartet.
Hyperion CDA67805 [07:39]

Pergolesi, G. Se tu m'ami, se tu sospiri.    Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano; Gerald Moore, piano.
EMI 5 66084 2 [02:21]

Pleyel, I. Symphony in F, op 136 (1786). 4th: Rondo    Sebastian Bohren, violin; Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto; Luca Bizzozero, conductor.
Sony 88843040932 [05:13]

Levy, J. Grand Russian fantasia (arr. Hunsberger).    Wynton Marsalis, cornet; Eastman Wind Ensemble; Donald Hunsberger, director.
CBS MK 42137 [06:19]

Gottschalk, L. Escenas campestres cubanas. Opera in one act (1859-60; reconstr, ed. Rosenberg)    Anna Noggle, soprano; Darryl Taylor, tenor; Richard Ziebarth, bass-baritone; Hot Springs Festival SO; Richard Rosenberg, conductor.
Naxos 8.559320 [13:23]

Bruch, M. Violin concerto no 1 in G minor, op 26, mvt 3 (1868).    Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin; Berlin PO; Herbert von Karajan, conductor.
DG 477 9730 [07:43]

Beethoven, L. Piano concerto no 4 in G, op 58 (1805-06). 3rd: Rondo vivace    Gerard Willems, piano; Sinfonia Australis; Antony Walker, conductor
ABC 980 046-5 [09:57]

Mozart, W. Non più cosa son, from The marriage of Figaro, K492 (1786).    Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano; Philharmonia O; John Pritchard, conductor.
Naxos 8.111232/34 [02:39]

Dvorák, A. Waltz no 2 in D, op 54 no 4 (1880).    Lindsay String Quartet.
ASV DCA 777 [03:05]

With Alex Siegers

Al Hoffman, Mack David, & Jerry Livingston BIBBIDI-BOBBIDI-BOO    Perry Como

Peggy Lee & Dave Barbour IT'S A GOOD DAY    Peggy Lee

Jerome Kern A FINE ROMANCE    James Morrison & Marian Petrescu

Adriano Celentano PRISENCOLINENSINAINCIUSOL    Adriano Celentano


Jimmy Van Heusen DARN THAT DREAM    Andrew Dickeson Quintet

Frank Loesser BABY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE    Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five

Henry Mancini BABY ELEPHANT WALK    Henry Mancini

Steph Russell MAYBE THEN (THE WORLD WOULD BE)    Steph Russell

Steph Russell ALIEN    Steph Russell

Jorge Ben MAS QUE NADA    Jane Rutter & Slava Grigoryan

Alex Kramer & Joan Whitney Kramer AIN'T NOBODY HERE BUT US CHICKENS    Louis Jordan

Graeme Bell JUMBUCK JAMBOREE    Graeme Bell

Johnny Mercer & Blossom Dearie I'M SHADOWING YOU    Janet Seidel

Harold Arlen AC-CENT-TCHU-ATE THE POSITIVE    Johnny Mercer, The Pied Pipers, Paul Weston & His Orchestra

Donald Byrd THE NEW MESSAGE    Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers

Contrasts and landmarks
Prepared by Robert Small
With Charles Barton

Telemann, G. Suite in E flat, TWV55:Es2.    Orpheus Baroque O/Carin van Heerden, fl & dir.
cpo 777 218-2 [20:28]

Tippett, M. Concerto for double string orchestra (1938-39).    Scottish CO/Michael Tippett.
Virgin VC 7 90701-2 [24:43]

Saint-Saëns, C. Symphony no 3 in C minor, op 78, Organ (1886).    Roger Heagney, org; State O of Victora/Richard Divall.
3MBS-FM recording [33:57]

Serebrier, J. Flute concerto with tango (2008).    Sharon Bezaly, fl; Australian CO/Richard Tognetti.
BIS CD-1789 [22:12]

All Australian performances
Prepared by Paul Cooke
With Charles Barton

Couperin, F. The nightingale in love.    Greg Dikmans, fl.
Move MD 3163 [07:18]

Bach, C.P.E. Sonata in C, Wq149 (1745).    Ensemble of the Classic Era.
ABC 456 365-2 [14:30]

Vivaldi, A. Longe mala, umbrae, terrores, RV629 (c1721-25).    Graham Pushee, ct; Aurora Musicale/John Liddy.
ABC 456 636-2 [15:01]

Förster, C. Horn concerto in E flat (c1743).    Hector McDonald, hn; Academy of Melbourne/Brett Kelly.
Tall Poppies TP042 [13:12]

Biber, H. The five joyful mysteries, from Rosary sonatas (c1676).    Elizabeth Wallfisch, vn; Rosanne Hunt, vc; Linda Kent, org, hpd.
ABC 476 6831 [30:15]

Zelenka, J. Litaniae Xaverianae (1727).    Schola Cantorum of Melbourne; John O’Donnell, org; Baroque Players.
Move MCD 156 [30:41]