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Morning Performance

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Incidental Music for Plays
Dominic Muldowney 's celebration of music written for plays reflects on the role that radio has played.
Britten The Dark Tower Orchestra conducted by Walter Goehr
Vaughan Wiliams The Pilgrim's Progress BBC Northern Singers and Symphony Orchestra, conductor Charles Groves
Walton Christopher Columbus Suzannah Clarke (soprano), BBC Concert
Orchestra, conductor Matthew Rowe
Alan Rawsthome The Happy Hypocrite Orchestra conducted by the Composer Britten The Rescue of PenelopeJanet Suzman (narrator), Alison Wells
(soprano), Sarah Connolly (mezzo), Thomas Randle (tenor), Christopher Foster (baritone), BBCSO, conductor Nicholas Cleobury

Contributors

Unknown: Dominic Muldowney
Conducted By: Walter Goehr
Conducted By: Vaughan Wiliams
Conductor: Charles Groves
Conductor: Walton Christopher
Soprano: Suzannah Clarke
Conductor: Matthew Rowe
Narrator: Janet Suzman
Narrator: Alison Wells
Soprano: Sarah Connolly
Tenor: Thomas Randle
Tenor: Christopher Foster
Conductor: Nicholas Cleobury

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Morning Performance

BBC Radio 3, 19 April 2001 11.30






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