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TUESDAY, MARCH 12

  
GMT 0000/EDT 8:00PM (Monday)
GMT 0000/EDT 8:00PM (Monday)
 VivaLaVoce
(a service of WETA)
Washington, DC, USA

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0000
8:00PM
Opera at Eight: Der Rosenkavalier
Richard Strauss
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf [Die Feldmarschallin] | Otto Edelmann [Der Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau] | Christa Ludwig [Octavian] | Eberhard Wächter [Herr von Faninal] | Teresa Stich-Randall [Sophie] | Ljuba Welitsch [Marianne] | Paul Kuen [Valzacchi] | Kerstin Meyer [Annina] | Nicolai Gedda [Ein Sänger] | Philharmonia Chorus | Loughton High School for Girls & Bancroft's School | Philharmonia Orchestra | Herbert von Karajan (conductor) (No duration given)
  
GMT 0300/EDT 11:00PM (Monday)
GMT 0300/EDT 11:00PM (Monday)
 KXLU
Los Angeles, California, USA
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0300
11:00PM
Monday Night Opera: Host: Katherine Free
No details available yet (3 hrs.)
  
GMT 0700/EDT 3:00AM
GMT 0700/EDT 3:00AM
 VivaLaVoce
(a service of WETA)
Washington, DC, USA

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0700
3:00AM
Opera Encore: Fedora
Umberto Giordano
Magda Olivero [La Principessa Fedora Romazoff] | Mario del Monaco [Il Conte Loris Ipanoff] | Tito Gobbi [M. de Siriex] | Leonardo Monreale [Lorek] | Lucia Cappellino [La Contessa Olga Sukarev] | Virgilio Carbonari (bass) [Boroff] | Silvio Maionica [Grech] | Piero de Palma (tenor) [Il Barone Rouvel] | Peter Binder [Cirillo] | Kiri Te Kanawa (soprano) [Dimitri] | Ricardo Cassinelli [Désiré] | Athos Cesarini [Sergio] | Leonardo Monreale [Nicola] | Aron Bokatti [Michele] | Sergio Caspari [Un piccolo Savoiardo] | Pascal Rogé [Boleslao Lazinski] | Chœur de l'Opéra de Monte Carlo | Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo | Lamberto Gardelli (conductor) (No duration given)
  
GMT 1200/EDT 8:00AM
GMT 1200/EDT 8:00AM
 BBC RADIO 3
UNITED KINGDOM
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1200
8:00AM

SPECIAL PROGRAM: Composer of the Week
The Literary Muse
Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)
Episode 2 of 5

Donald Macleod explores the life and music of Hector Berlioz. Today, he delves into the world of Berlioz’s literary muses – first and foremost, Virgil, Goethe and Shakespeare.

Berlioz was home-schooled by his father, Louis, in the picturesque village of La Côte Saint-André in the southeast of France, not far from Grenoble. Louis Berlioz was a doctor – a man, as his son would later write, with “a naturally liberal mind: that is, without any kind of social, political or religious prejudice”. He also had a deep love of literature, which he duly transmitted to young Hector. Most of all, he instilled in his son a passion for the Latin poet Virgil, whose epic masterpiece The Aeneid relates the legend of the wandering Trojan hero who overcame adversity to become the founding father of Ancient Rome. Forty years on, Berlioz conceived his opera Les Troyens, The Trojans, based on the events Virgil so compellingly describes – not least the death of Dido, a passage which reduced the young Berlioz to “nervous shuddering” when he had to translate it for his father. Goethe and Shakespeare were later but no less crucial discoveries. The former’s Faust, which Berlioz read in the French translation of Gérard de Nerval, inspired his early 8 Scenes from Faust, which later blossomed into one of his mature masterpieces, The Damnation of Faust. Shakespeare was a more traumatic encounter; Berlioz was so thunderstruck by the performance of Hamlet he saw in the Odéon Theatre in Paris on the 11th of September 1827 that at first he vowed never again to expose himself to “the flame of Shakespeare’s genius”. But it was a promise he was unable to keep, and the production of Romeo and Juliet he witnessed a few days later was to impact his life in two highly significant ways: it sowed the seed of one of his greatest works, the ‘dramatic symphony’ Roméo et Juliette; and it introduced him to the Irish actress Harriet Smithson, the Juliet of the Odéon production. Berlioz and Smithson would eventually marry – like Romeo and Juliet, it didn’t end well.

La Damnation de Faust, Op 24 (Part 2, ‘Un puce gentille’)
José van Dam, baritone (Mephistopheles)
Orchestre et Choeur de Opéra de Lyon
Kent Nagano, conductor

Waverley, grande ouverture, Op 1
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra
Andrew Davis, conductor

Les Troyens, Op 29 (Act 1, finale)
Petra Lang, mezzo soprano (Cassandra)
London Symphony Orchestra
Colin Davis, conductor

Marche funèbre pour la dernière scène d'Hamlet (Tristia, Op 18)
Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique
The Monteverdi Choir
John Eliot Gardiner, conductor

La Captive, Op 12
Véronique Gens, mezzo-soprano
Orchestre de l'Opéra National de Lyon
Louis Langrée, conductor

Harold en Italie, Op 16 (IV. Orgie des brigands)
William Primrose, viola
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Charles Munch, conductor
(1 hr.)

  
GMT 1835/EDT 2:35PM
GMT 1835/EDT 2:35PM
 BARTOK RADIO
Budapest, HUNGARY

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1835
2:35PM
Opera: Friedrich von Flotow: Márta
Négyfelvonásos opera
Szövegét Friedrich Wilhelm Riese írta
Vez.: Robert Heger
Km.: Bajor Állami Operaház Ének- és Zenekara (karig.: Wolfgang Baumgart)
Szereposztás:
Lady Harriet Durham, a királynő udvarhölgye - Anneliese Rothenberger (szoprán),
Nancy, a komornája – Brigitte Fassbaender (mezzoszoprán),
Lord Tristan Mickleford, a lady unokabátyja - Dieter Weller (bariton),
Plumkett, gazdag földbérlő – Hermann Prey (bariton),
Lyonel, a testvére – Nicolai Gedda (tenor),
A richmondi bíró - Hans Georg Knoblich (basszus),
Szolgálók - Hanne-Ruth Mayer, Elisabeth Schmaus, Hildegard Steinmaier, Inasok - Artur Horn, Hans Mursch, Gerhard Fuchs, Gazdák - Walter Brem, Hans Mursch (2 hrs., 21 min.)
  
GMT 1900/EDT 3:00PM
GMT 1900/EDT 3:00PM
 

RADIO KLASSIK STEPHANSDOM
Vienna, AUSTRIA

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1900
3:00PM

Opernabend: Verdi, Giuseppe (1813-1901)
Macbeth

Macbeth: Giovanni Meoni
Lady Macbeth: Nadja Michael
Banco: Fabrizio Beggi
Macduff: Giuseppe Valentino Buzza
Malcolm: Marco Ciaponi
Dama di Lady Macbeth: Valentina Marghinotti
Medico/Servo: Federico Benetti
Sicario: Krzysztof Szyfman
Apparizione: Mateusz Stachura

Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic Choir, Europa Galante
Leitung: Fabio Biondi

Diese Aufnahme entstand im Jahr 2017.
CD: Glossa, GCD 923411 (2 hrs., 9 min.)

  
GMT 1930/EDT 3:30PM
GMT 1930/EDT 3:30PM
 RADIO CLASSICA
Rome, ITALY

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1930
3:30PM

In Sala: dal 2 novembre

giacomo puccini
madama butterfly, tragedia giapponese in 2 atti - prima versione su libretto di luigi illica e giuseppe giacosa, dal dramma "madame butterfly" di david belasco
personaggi e interpreti: butterfly: mirella freni, sopr; pinkerton: josé carreras, ten; suzuki: teresa berganza, msopr; sharpless: juan pons, br; goro: anthony laciura, ten; zio bonzo: kurt rydl, bs; kate pinkerton: marianne rorholm, msopr; yamadori: mark curtis, ten; commissario/ufficiale del registro: hidenori komatsu, bs; yakusidè: petteri salomaa, bs; philharmonia orch e coro ambrosian opera; john mc carthy, maestro del coro; giuseppe sinopoli, direttore (reg. 1989)
durata: 154.14
grammophon 423-568-2 f 3F f1 tr 1/15 f2 1/11 f3 1/8 (2 hrs., 40 min.)

  
     
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