Schedule & Playlists

Playlist for Saturday, September 23, 2023

12:00 - 7:00 am

12:00 am

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: "The Magic Flute," K. 620 K 620

Scottish Chamber Orchestra / Charles Mackerras, conductor

Thomas Allen, bass,br,

Telarc CD-80529

12:02 am

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: "The Magic Flute," K. 620 K 620

Heinz Holliger, oboe,ob,

Philips 426288-2

12:05 am

Berio, Luciano: Variations on Papageno's Aria, "Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen"

Milan Giuseppe Verdi Symphony Orchestra / Riccardo Chailly, conductor


London 4762830

12:07 am

Beethoven, Ludwig van: Variations on Mozart's "Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen," Op.66

Carol Honigberg, piano,p,

Albany TROY-268/69 (2)

12:18 am

Françaix, Jean: "Hommage à l'ami Papageno" (1984)

Jean Francaix,p,

Wergo WER-60143

12:27 am

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: "The Magic Flute," K. 620 K 620

The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields / Sir Neville Marriner, conductor

Philips 426276-2 (2)

12:28 am

Barber, Samuel: Violin Concerto, Op. 14 Op 14

London Symphony Orchestra / Maxim Shostakovich, conductor

Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violin,v,

EMI/Ang CDC4-76804-2

12:54 am

Couperin, Armand-Louis: Pieces de clavecin (Suite)

Gustav Leonhardt, piano,hc,

Philips 420939-2

1:00 am

Glazunov, Alexander: Serenade #1, Op 7

Royal Phil / Yondani Butt


1:04 am

Berlioz, Hector: "Roman Carnival" Overture, Op.9

Detroit Symphony Orchestra / Paul Paray, conductor

Mercury 434328-2

1:13 am

Glazunov, Alexander: Saxophone Quartet in E-Flat, Op 109 Op 109

Wsaxq WSAXQ-401

1:14 am

Glazunov, Alexander: String Quartet #6, Op 106

MD+G Recordings 6031239-2

1:54 am

Chipp, Edmund Thomas: Twilight Fancies (1857)

Ian Hobson, piano,p,

Arabesque Z-6596

2:00 am

Auber, Daniel-François: "Le premier jour de bonheur"

Gothenburg Opera Orch / Bengt Andersson


Sterling CDS-1039-2

2:05 am

Strauss II, Johann: Quadrille, "Le Premier Jour de Bonheur d'Auber," Op. 327

Alfred Walter, conductor

Marco Polo 8.223219

2:10 am

Strauss II, Johann: Polka schnell, "Freikügeln," Op. 326

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra / Erich Kunzel, conductor

Telarc CD-80314

2:13 am

Strauss II, Johann: Quadrille on Themes from Verdi's "Un ballo in maschera," Op. 27

Philharmonia Promenade Orch / Henry Krips, conductor

Angel S-35873

2:20 am

Strauss II, Johann: Scherz-Polka, Op. 72 Op 72

Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra / Johannes Wildner


Marco Polo 8.223215

2:22 am

Beethoven, Ludwig van: Violin Sonata no.9 in A, Op.47, "Kreutzer"

Brooks Smith, piano,v,

RCA 61747-2 (3)

2:53 am

music continues...

7:00 - 11:00 am

7:00 am

Weekend Mornings with LaRob K. Rafael

With News at 7:00 am; "Saturday Morning Listener's Choice" at 8:00 am; and "Soundtrack" at 9:00 am.

11:00 am

11:00 am


Ethan Zheng, 16, piano. Brahms: Rhapsody Op. 79/2; Chopin: Etudes Opp. 25/6 & 25/10;Chen Yi: "Guessing"; Chopin: Ballade Op. 23/1; Prokofiev: "Suggestion diabolique," Op. 4/4.

12:00 - 4:00 pm

12:00 pm

From National Centre for the Performing Arts

Puccini's La fanciulla del West

Amarilli Nizza (Minnie); Claudio Sgura (Jack Rance); Marco Berti (Dick Johnson); KOU Jing (Nick); WANG Meng (Ashby); Domenico Balzani (Sonora); ZHU He (Trin); ENG Zhe (Sid); SHANG Chunlai (Bello); DU Fanyong (Harry);GUO Jianchao (Joe); ZHAO Denghui (Happy); ZHAO Ming (Larkens); DU Ang (Billy); LIU Lu (Wowkle); ZHANG Yang (Jake Wallace);NCPA Orchestra and Chorus; Andrea Battistoni, conductor. Sung in Italian.

2:30 pm

Saturday Afternoon Music with Jan Weller

4:00 pm

4:00 pm

Listening to Singers with Oliver Camacho

A preview of upcoming local choral performances including concerts by the Monteverdi Choir, Bella Voce, Chicago Chamber Choir, Chicago Choral Artists and more.

5:00 - 7:00 pm

5:00 pm

Saturday Evening Music with Jan Weller

7:00 pm

7:00 pm

Fiesta! with Elbio Barilari

Composer Andrés Gaos. Composer Andrés Gaos was born in Galicia, Spain, in 1874, before migrating to South America with his family at the age of 20.The Gaos lived in Montevideo, Uruguay and finally moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina. There the composer created the very prestigious Gaos Quartet, taught music, and worked for the Argentine government in the cultural area.

8:00 pm

8:00 pm

Folkstage hosted by Marilyn Rea Beyer

From the archives—Matapat, French Canadian rhythms and traditions with Benoit Borque, Gaston Bernard and Simone LePage, recorded at WFMT in September 2000.

9:00 pm - 12:00 am

9:00 pm

The Midnight Special with Marilyn Rea Beyer

What's in a name? Story songs about vivid characters.