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Morning Sequence


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Dvorak Scherzo capriccioso, Op 66 RLPO/Libor Pesek
9.49 Janacek OtienaS
Arthur Davies (tenor) Osian Ellis (harp)
Stephen Layton (organ) Choir of King's College, Cambridge/Cleobury Sonata in E flat minor
Radoslav Kvapil (piano)
10.17 Dvorak Symphony No 3 in E flat/ RLPO/Pešek
10.53 Stanford Piano
Quartet No 1 in F, Op 15 Matisse Piano Quartet
11.25 Handel Suite No 5 in E: Kenneth Gilbert
(harpsichord) 11.37 Satie La Diva de
Elly Ameling (soprano) Rudolf Jansen (piano)
11.40 William Bolcom
Three Ghost Rags
Paul Jacobs (piano) Producer Mark Rowlinson


Unknown: Dvorak Scherzo
Tenor: Arthur Davies
Harp: Osian Ellis
Harp: Stephen Layton
Piano: Radoslav Kvapil
Harpsichord: Kenneth Gilbert
Soprano: Elly Ameling
Piano: Rudolf Jansen
Piano: William Bolcom
Piano: Paul Jacobs
Producer: Mark Rowlinson

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