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BBC Proms 2002

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From the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Debussy's languid prelude is paired with Ravel's darkly virtuosic left-hand concerto written for Paul Wittgenstein. Between these pieces, a new work by the orchestra's associate composer-the second "panel" of a triptych which gives prominence to different sections of the orchestra. The season's Old Testament theme continues with Vaughan Williams 's rarely-performed masque, taking its inspiration from illustrations of William Blake. Presented by Tommy Pearson. Louis Lortie (piano), BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Debussy Prélude a I "Apres-midi d 'un Faune Mark-Anthony Tumage Uninterrupted Sorrow (BBC commission, first performance)
Ravel Piano Concerto in D for left hand
8.30 Twenty Minutes: Naked Came I ... Michael Arditti , whose novels often incorporate biblical themes, analyses from a contemporary standpoint Job's state of mind - and that of God and Satan, too.
8.50 Vaughan Williams Job: a Masque for Dancing Repeated Tuesday 2pm

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Paul Wittgenstein.
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Unknown: William Blake.
Presented By: Tommy Pearson.
Piano: Louis Lortie
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Unknown: Michael Arditti
Unknown: Vaughan Williams

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