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BBC Proms 2000

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Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. As the climax of his three-year project to perform all three of Elgar's oratorios with the BBC Symphony Orchestra,
Andrew Davis brings Elgar's magnificent setting of Cardinal Newman 's visionary poem to the Proms in the centenary year of its premiere. Catherine Wyn-Rogers (mezzo), Glenn Winsdale (tenor), Alastair Miles (bass), BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Elgar The Dream of Gerontius (Part 1)
8.40 Interval: Dreams of Elysium ...
Cardinal Newman 's poem The Dream of Gerontius is just one in a canon of religious literary dreams. John Walsh ponders the tradition, drawing on a diverse range of examples - from the 10th-century Vercelli Book to Julian Barnes 's Dream of Heaven.
9.00 The Dream of Gerontius (Part 2) Repeated Thursday 2pm

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Andrew Davis
Unknown: Cardinal Newman
Unknown: Catherine Wyn-Rogers
Tenor: Glenn Winsdale
Tenor: Alastair Miles
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Unknown: Cardinal Newman
Unknown: John Walsh
Unknown: Vercelli Book
Unknown: Julian Barnes

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