5:10 am: The Madison Summer Choir performs Magnificat primo from Selva morale e spirituale by Claudio Monteverdi
5:24 am: Benedictus from The Armed Man (a Mass for Peace) performed by violinist Daniel Hope with the German Chamber Orchestra Berlin and Chorus conducted by Simon Halsey.
5:33 am: Pater Noster by Peteris Vasks performed by the Wisconsin Chamber Choir
5:42 am: The Chorale Arts Society of Madison Chorale performs Life’s Mirror by Eleanor Daley
5:46 am: The D’Oyly Carte Company conducted by Malcom Sargent performs the Introduction and If You Give Me Your Attention by Gilbert and Sullivan (recorded in 1932)
5:58 am: Trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth and pianist Kathryn Stott perform Perpetuum Mobile by Edvard Hagerup Bull
6:10 am: The Toronto Consort performs Canzona de’ confortini and Madre de’ peccatori
6:18 am: Pianist Ingrid Fliter performs Waltz Op. 34 No. 1 by Chopin.
6:26 am: Violinists Daniel Hope and Chie Peters and the German Chamber Orchestra Berlin conducted by Simon Halsey perform Echorus by Philip Glass
6:45 am: Madison pianist and UW Madison professor emeritus Howard Karp talks about his early piano education and performs the Gigue from J.S. Bach’s Partita No. 4 in G Major.
6:54 am: Violinist Rachel Barton Pine plays Igor Frolov’s arrangement of George Gershwin’s Summertime and explains why she chose to record this melody.
7:10 am: Organist Nathan Laube talks about his transcription of Rossini’s William Tell Overture and performs a portion of it
7:17 am: Pianist Christopher Taylor performs a transcription of Art Tatum’s version of Tiger Rag.
7:24 am: Bach Dancing and Dynamite Society Artistic Director Stephanie Jutt and BDDS Executive Director Samantha Crownover discus the Bach Dancing and Dynamite season that begins June 13. The interview includes portions of Dick Kattenburg’s Quartet for Flute, Violin, Cello and Piano recorded during last year’s concert series.
7:50 am: Trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth talks about her early music education and plays a transcription of Fritz Kreisler’s Schoen Rosmarin.
7:57 am: The Capitol City Band conducted by Jim Latimer performs John Philip Sousa’s Fugue Tune on Yankee Doodle.