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06:10 Triple concerto in A minor BWV1044 (1738-40 ). – Angela Hewitt, piano; Australian CO/Richard Tognetti.
06:31 A te o cara, from I puritani (1835). (pub. ). – Maria Callas, soprano; Giuseppe di Stefano, tenor; Nicola Rossi-Lemeni, Carlo Forti, basses; La Scala Ch & O Tullio Serafin, conductor.
07:09 Romance for horn and string quartet in A flat (1795; transcr. by M. Haydn from Mozart’s Horn concerto K447). – Nury Guarnaschelli, horn; Signum Quartet.
07:15 Cello concerto no 2 in E minor, op 30 (1894). – Yo-Yo Ma, cello; New York PO; Kurt Masur, conductor.
07:38 Ah! si, ben mio … Di quella pira, from Il trovatore (1853). – Erika Grimaldi, soprano; Jonas Kaufmann, tenor; Giovanni Gregnanin, tenor; Teatro Municipale of Piacenza Chorus; Parma Opera O; Pier Giorgio Morandi, conductor.
07:48 Excerpts from Hungarian dance suite (1852, 1869; arr. Webster). – Geoffrey Collins, flute; Catherine McCorkill, clarinet; Ian Munro, piano
08:03 Piano concerto no 6 in B flat, K 238 (1776). – Ronald Brautigam, fortepiano; Cologne Academy; Michael Alexander Willens, conductor.
06:21 Motet ‘Super flumina Babilonis’ (1687) – Soloists; Les Arts Florissants; William Christie, c.
07:58 Concerto in C minor for two violins, BWV1060 (reconstructed) – Anna and Guido Hölbing, violin; Slovak Chamber O.; Bohdan Warchal, c.
08:20 Serenade for violin and small orchestra (1931) – Carlo Feige, violin;Harmonia Ensemble; Giuseppe Grazioli, c.
06:22 Concert piece (1827). – Christian Davidsson, bassoon; Malmö SO; Sixten Ehrling, conductor.
07:01 In the steppes of Central Asia (1880). – Ukraine National RSO; Theodore Kuchar, conductor.
07:25 Pace, pace mio Dio (Peace, peace), from Force of Destiny (1862). – Birgit Nilsson, soprano; Royal Opera House O; Argo Quadri, conductor.
07:32 Theme and variations from Suite no 4, op 61, Mozartiana (1887). – West Australian SO; Peter Eros, conductor.
08:08 Piano concerto no 5 in D, K175 (1773). – Ronald Brautigam, fortepiano; Cologne Academy; Michael Alexander Willens, conductor.
08:29 Till Eulenspiegel’s merry pranks, op 28, Till with a difference (1894-95; arr. Hasenöhrl 1954 for chamber ensemble) – Nigel Westlake, clarinet; Robert Johnson, horn; Gordon Skinner, bassoon; Dene Olding, violin; Max McBride, double bass
06:05 Adagio and Allegro in F minor, for clockwork organ, K594 – Herbert Tachezi, organ of the Basilica Maria Treu, Veinna ca. 1800
06:28 Three Pieces in Olden Style for string orchestra – Warsaw National Philharmonic Chamber O.; Karol Teutsch , c.
06:40 Septet in B flat – Members of Arion Wind Quintet and Schein String Quartet; Mikael Björk, double bass
07:22 Romeo and Juliet: Suite No.2 – Leningrad Philharmonic O.; Evgeny Mravinsky, c.(rec. live, 1981)
07:50 Cantata BWV34 ‘O ewiges Feuer’ (for Pentecost) – Syse Buwalda, alt.; Marcel Beekman, ten.; Bas Ramselaar, bass; Holland Boys Choir; Netherlands Bach Collegium; Pieter Jan Leusink, c.
08:31 Concerto in A minor for four harpsichords, BWV1065 – Jeannette Sorrell, Michael Sponseller, Janina Ceaser, Paul Jenkins, harpsichords; Apollo’s Fire; Jeannette Sorrell, dir.
Vale Bob Barnard AM: 1933-2022
Jazz Program Highlights Tributes
Australian trumpeter and cornetist, Bob Barnard has died at 88. A jazz icon has passed, but we are the richer for his life. He grew up in a Melbourne musical family and continued to pass down his knowledge and experience to his children and even his grandchildren, which included our FineMusic Artist-In-Residence, pianist Casey Golden.
He started playing cornet at 12, because the family band (led by his mother Kath Barnard) needed a trumpeter. But he was also deeply impressed by a record of Muggsy Spanier, as well as Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke, Sidney Bechet, Bunk Johnson and Graeme Bell. He toured New Zealand and Papua New Guinea … … …