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Performance on 3


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Live from Glasgow's City Halls,
Catherine Bott introduces the third concert in the BBC
Scottish Symphony Orchestra's Bohemian
Rhapsodies series, continuing with the most Wagnerian of Dvorak's symphonies, the No 7. The concert begins with the most substantial of Dvoraks symphonic poems, a graphic musical portrayal of a Czech folk tale, composed at the end of his life. Ivo Kahanek (piano), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Stefan Solyom Dvorak The Golden Spinning Wheel
Martinu Piano Concerto No 5 (Fantasia Concerto)
7.55 Twenty Minutes: Prague Pictures
Author John Banville is inspired by the buildings and bridges of Prague and thinks of its famous sons, such as Kafka and Seifert.
8.15 Dvorak Symphony No 7 in D minor


Introduces: Catherine Bott
Piano: Ivo Kahanek
Conductor: Stefan Solyom
Unknown: John Banville

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