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Friday Night is Music Night


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Direct from the Caird Hall, Dundee
Bramwell Tovey conducts the Scottish National Orchestra leader EDWIN PALING
Friday Night's Star Singers Ann Mackay, Kenneth McKellar
Richard Markham and David Nettle (pianos)
After starting with the Ride of the Valkyrie there is a French flavour to the first half which includes Berlioz's Overture: Carnival Romain and Saint-Saens' Carnival of the Animals. The second half contains the signature tunes to Sutherland's Law and Desert Island Discs, Scottish melodies, music from Snow White and a selection from The Land of Smiles
Introduced by Mary Marquis
(Given in association with Thornton Oliver, Dundee)
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Singers: Ann MacKay
Singers: Kenneth McKellar
Singers: Richard Markham
Pianos: David Nettle
Introduced By: Mary Marquis

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Friday Night is Music Night

BBC Radio 2, 16 May 1986 19.30

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