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TUESDAY, MARCH 31

   
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: Lucia di Lammermoor
Gaetano Donizetti
Joan Sutherland (soprano) [Lucia] | Luciano Pavarotti (tenor) [Edgardo] | Sherill Milnes [Enrico] | Nicolai Ghiaurov (bass) [Raimondo] | Ryland Davies [Arturo] | Huguette Tourangeau [Alisa] | Pier Francesco Poli [Normanno] | Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden | Richard Bonynge (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: Götterdämmerung
Richard Wagner
Birgit Nilsson (soprano) [Brünnhilde] | Wolfgang Windgassen (tenor) [Siegfried] | Gustav Neidlinger [Alberich] | Gottlieb Frick (bass) [Hagen] | Claire Watson [Gutrune] | Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau [Gunther] | Christa Ludwig (mezzo-soprano) [Waltraute] | Lucia Popp [Woglinde] | Della Jones [Wellgunde] | Maureen Guy [Flosshilde] | Helen Watts (alto) [Erste Norn] | Grace Hoffman [Zweite Norn] | Anita Välkki [Dritte Norn] | Vienna State Opera Chorus | Vienna Philharmonic | Sir Georg Solti (conductor) (No duration given)
   
GMT 1100/EDT 7:00AM
GMT 1100/EDT 7:00AM
  BBC RADIO 3
UNITED KINGDOM
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1100
7:00AM

SPECIAL PROGRAM: Composer of the Week
Composing for money Composer of the WeekFranz Schubert (1797-1828) Episode 2 of 5 This week of programmes about Franz Schubert focuses on five years through his short life, and features one of his string quartets every day.

In 1816, a year in which he made his first money from composing, 19-year-old Schubert was locked in a room and forced to compose by his 'friends', friends who went on to encourage him to leave his teaching work and devote himself to music. We hear one of the songs he gifted to his first love (sadly not resulting in the marriage he longed for), part of an early setting of the Mass, settings of poems by Goethe, and his eleventh String Quartet.

Six Écossaises for piano, D 421
Michael Endres, piano

String Quartet No. 11 in E major, D 353
Melos Quartet

Litanei, D 343
Dorothee Jansen, soprano
Francis Grier, piano

Mass No 4 C major, D 452 Op 48
(mvt 1. Kyrie. Andante con moto & mvt 2. Gloria. Allegro vivace)
Thomas Puchegger, soprano
Belà Fischer, alto
Jörg Hering, tenor
Harry van der Kamp, bass
Wiener Sangerknaben
Chorus Viennesis
Arno Hartmann, organ
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Bruno Weil, conductor

Jägers Abendlied, D 368
Christoph Prégardien, tenor
Andreas Staier, piano

Der König in Thule, D 367
Christoph Prégardien, tenor
Andreas Staier, harpsichord

An Schwager Kronos, D 369
Christoph Prégardien, tenor
Andreas Staier, piano

Producer: Amy Wheel for BBC Wales (1 hr.)

   
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: No details available yet
   
GMT 1830/EDT 2:30PM
GMT 1830/EDT 2:30PM
  RADIO CLASSICA
Rome, ITALY

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1830
2:30PM
In Sala: No details available yet
  
     
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