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TUESDAY, AUGUST 20

  
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: Rusalka
Antonin Dvořák
Renée Fleming [Rusalka] | Ben Heppner [The Prince] | Franz Hawlata [The Water goblin (Vodník)] | Dolora Zajick [Ježibaba] | Eva Urbanová [The foreign princess (Cizí knezna)] | Ivan Kusnher [The Gamekeeper (Hajný) | A Huntsman (Lovec)] | Zdena Kloubová [The Turnspit (Kuchtík)] | Lívia Aghová [Wood Nymph (Lesní žínky)] | Dana Buresová [Wood Nymph (Lesní žínky)] | Hana Minutillo [Wood Nymph (Lesní žínky)] | The Kühn Mixed Choir [The Prince's entourage, Guests, Water nymphs] | Czech Philharmonic Orchestra | Sir Charles Mackerras (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: La Damnation de Faust
Hector Berlioz
Richard Leech (tenor) [Faust] | Gilles Cachemaille (bass) [Méphistophélès] | Françoise Pollet [Marguerite] | Michel Philippe [Brander] | Chours de l'Orchestre symphonique de Montréal | Orchestre symphonique de Montréal | Charles Dutoit (conductor) (No duration given)
   
GMT 1735/EDT 1:35PM
GMT 1735/EDT 1:35PM
  BARTOK RADIO
Budapest, HUNGARY

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1735
1:35PM
Opera: No details available yet
   
GMT 1800/EDT 2:00PM
GMT 1800/EDT 2:00PM
 

RADIO KLASSIK STEPHANSDOM
Vienna, AUSTRIA

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1800
2:00PM

Opernabend: Respighi, Ottorino (1879-1936)
Belfagor

Candida: Sylvia Sass
Baldo: Giorgio Lamberti
Belfagor: Lajos Miller
Mirocleto: László Polgár
Olympia: Klára Takács
Fidelia: Magda Kalmár
Maddalena: Mária Zempléni
alter Mann: Pál László
Bárány Junge: Zita Komarniczky
Menica: Márta Lukin
Don Biagio: János Tóth
Majordomo/1. Companion: József Moldvay
2. Companion: Zoltán Domján

Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus, Hungarian State Orchestra
Leitung: Lamberto Gardelli

Diese Aufnahme entstand im Jahr 1989.
CD: Hungaroton Classic, HCD 12850-51 (2 hrs., 21 min.)

   
GMT 1830/EDT 2:30PM
GMT 1830/EDT 2:30PM
  BBC RADIO 3
UNITED KINGDOM
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  ESPACE 2
Lausanne, SWITZERLAND
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1830
2:30PM

SPECIAL PROGRAM: Prom 44: Belshazzar’s Feast

About This Event

Sir Simon Rattle conducts a concert of sonic spectacle, bringing one of the great English oratorios together with an American orchestral classic.

Walton’s choral masterpiece Belshazzar’s Feast gets the Proms treatment with a 300-strong choir and Canadian baritone Gerald Finley as soloist.

More than 10 percussionists are needed to bring Varese’s Amériques – a celebration of the modern city in sound – to life, while Charles Koechlin’s Jungle Book inspired Les bandar-log transports listeners to the primeval forest, where all the noise comes from the monkeys.

Programme
Charles Koechlin
Les bandar-log(16 mins)
Edgard Varèse
Amériques(25 mins)
(original version,1921)
INTERVAL
William Walton
Belshazzar's Feast(34 mins)

Performers
Gerald Finley
baritone
Orfeó Català
Orfeó Català Youth Choir
London Symphony Chorus
London Symphony Orchestra
Sir Simon Rattle
conductor
Composers
Charles Koechlin
Edgard Varèse
William Walton (2 hrs.)

  RADIO CLASSICA
Rome, ITALY

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1830
2:30PM
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