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Morning on 3

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Presented by Sandy Burnett. This week exploring music inspired by William Shakespeare , and recordings by American pianist Richard Goode.
7.00 8.30 : Sibelius The Bard City of Birmingham SO. conductor Sakari Oramo Schubert Meeres Stille, D215, DerZwerg, D771 Dietrich Henschel
(baritone), Helmut Deutsch (piano)
8.30 10.00 Locke Incidental music: The Tempest II Giardino Armonico. director Giovanni Antonini Bach Partita in C minor, BWV826 Richard Goode (piano) Vaughan Williams In Windsor Forest
Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Bournemouth Sinfonietta. conductor Norman Del Mar

Contributors

Presented By: Sandy Burnett.
Unknown: William Shakespeare
Pianist: Richard Goode.
Baritone: Helmut Deutsch
Director: Giovanni Antonini
Director: Bach Partita
Piano: Richard Goode
Conductor: Norman Del Mar

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