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06:18 Gott sey gedanckt, der Fried steht noch. – Annette Dasch, soprano; members of Akademie für Alte Musik, Berlin.
06:21 Ach Herr, wie lange haben wir. – Annette Dasch, soprano; members of Akademie für Alte Musik, Berlin.
06:31 Morceau de concert for harp and orchestra, op 154 (1919). – Elizabeth Hainen, harp; Bulgarian National RO; Rossen Milanov, conductor.
07:05 O muto asil del pianto…corriam, voilam!, from William Tell (1829). – Luciano Pavarotti, tenor; Vienna Opera Ch & O; Nicola Rescigno, conductor.
07:15 Capriccio: Introduction for string sextet in F (1940). – Peter Holman, viola; Vladimir Fortin, cello; Prazák Quartet.
07:27 Fantasy on Hungarian folk tunes (c1852). – György Cziffra, piano; Milan SO; Bernhard Conz, conductor.
07:44 Tatyana’s letter, from Yevgeny Onegin (1879). – Cheryl Barker, sop; Queensland SO; Guillaume Tourniaire, conductor.
08:16 Concerto grosso in B flat, op 2 no 6 (pub. 1742). – Parley of Instruments; Roy Goodman, director.
08:52 The frog galliard (arr. for three lutes by Ziv Braha, pub. 1597). – Joel Frederiksen, bass & lute; Ensemble Phoenix Munich.
06:02 Cantata, BWV75: Die Elenden sollen essen, (1723). – Bach Collegium Japan; Masaaki Suzuki, conductor.
07:06 Concierto de Aranjuez (1939). – Slava Grigoryan, guitar; Queensland O; Brett Kelly, conductor.
08:07 Symphony for organ and orch (1924). – Jonathan Scott, organ; BBC PO; John Wilson, conductor.
06:24 Overture; Aspettate e non venire, from La Serva Padrona (1781) – Antonio Abete, bass; La Cetra, Basle; Attilio Cremonesi, conductor.
06:31 Sinfonia in F (1734-35) – Bruno Cocset, cello; Blandine Rannou, harpsichord; Pascal Monteilhet, theorbo; Richard Myron, double-bass.
06:39 Symphonies of wind instruments (1920; rev.1947). – Members of Northwest German Radio SO; Igor Stravinsky, conductor.
06:50 Mass no 6 in C, K167, Trinitatis (1773). – Cologne Chamber Choir; Collegium Cartusianum; Peter Neumann, conductor
07:35 Suite from The Overlanders (1946-47; ed. Mackerras). – West Australian SO; David Measham, conductor.
07:57 Schafe können sicher weiden, from Cantata BWV208, Hunt (1713) – Emma Kirkby, soprano; Parley of Instruments; Roy Goodman, violin and co-director; Peter Holman, harpsichord and co-director.
08:02 Chorale prelude: Gott, der Vater, wohn bei uns (1745) – Edward H. Tarr, trumpet; Imtraud Krüger, organ
08:09 Violin sonata no 1 in F minor, op 4 (1823) – Jaap Schröder, violin; Christopher Hogwood, fortepiano.
08:30 Psalm 91 (90): Wer unter dem Schirm des Höchsten sitzet (1853) – Veronika Winter, soprano; Anne Bierwirth, contralto; Immo Schröder, tenor; Matthias Vieweg, bass; Rhenish Kantorei; Hermann Max, conductor.
06:52 Violin concerto in D, BWV1056 (1735-40; reconstr.). – O of the Age of Enlightenment/Elizabeth Wallfisch, vn & dir.
07:09 Amor,dover, rispetto from Adriano in Siria (1735). – Vivica Genaux, mezz; Armonia Atenea/George Petrou.
07:42 Violin concerto in D, BWV1056 (1735-40; reconstr.). – O of the Age of Enlightenment/Elizabeth Wallfisch, vn & 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 … … …