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Workshop: Allegro Vivace


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Scenes in the life of the conductor Charles MacKerras February-August 1966
with the Gothenburg Municipal Choir, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Janacek Brass Ensemble

At the Kingsway Hall, London:
Raimund Herincx (baritone), Paul Esswood (counter-tenor), Philip Jones (trumpet)
English Chamber Orchestra (Leader, Emanuel Hurwitz) working on a new recording of Messiah.

At the Hamburg State Opera where he is Chief Conductor:
Joan Carroll (soprano), Felicia Weathers (soprano), Heinz Blankenburg (baritone) rehearsing Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream.


Subject/Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Singers: The Gothenburg Municipal Choir
Musicians: Prague Symphony Orchestra
Musicians: Janacek Brass Ensemble
Baritone (At the Kingsway Hall, London): Raimund Herincx
Counter-tenor (At the Kingsway Hall, London): Paul Esswood
Trumpeter (At the Kingsway Hall, London): Philip Jones
Musicians (At the Kingsway Hall, London): English Chamber Orchestra
Orchestra leader (At the Kingsway Hall, London): Emanuel Hurwitz
Soprano (At the Hamburg State Opera): Joan Carroll
Soprano (At the Hamburg State Opera): Felicia Weathers
Baritone (At the Hamburg State Opera): Heinz Blankenburg
Narrator: Robin Parkinson
Producer and director: Barrie Gavin

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Workshop: Allegro Vivace

BBC Two England, 10 March 1967 21.30

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