5:09 am: Concerto No. 6 in E minor for bassoon by Antonio Vivaldi, performed by Nadina Mackie Jackson and an ensemble conducted from the harpsichord by Nicholas McGegan.
5:20m am: Guitarist Robert Gruca performs Handel’s Suite No. 8 in D originally written in G major for harpsichord).
5:39 am: Sonatine d’amour Op. 82 by Arnold Rosner, performed by harpsichordist Barbara Harbach.
6:08 am: The São Paulo Symphony Orchestra directed by Isaac Karabtchevsky performs Symphony No. 3, “War”, by Heitor Villa-Lobos.
6:47 am: “Pagine di Guerra” by Alfredo Casella, performed by the Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma conducted by Francesco La Vecchia.
6:58 am: Morton Gould’s “March of the Lethernecks” performed by the United states Marine Band conducted by Michael Colburn.
7:08 am: Interview with Daniel Grabois (professor of horn) and Mark Hetzler (professor of trombone) of UW Madison) about the 5/10 SoundWaves presentation at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery,
7:20 am: Interview with Mary Theodore about the Sound Ensemble Wisconsin concert at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery on 5/11,
7:34 am: David Lang’s “I Want to Live” performed by The Crossing conducted by Donald Nally.
7:40 am: Morton Gould’s “Jericho Rhapsody” performed by the US Marine Band conducted by Michael Colburn.
7:52 am: A Mother’s Day tribute featuring George Jessel (in 1929) and Vaughn DeLeath (in 1927).