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BBC Proms 2005


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CLive from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
The annual performance of Beethoven's
Choral symphony is paired with a colourful work for large orchestra by Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina. Presented by Rob Cowan.
Christine Goerke (soprano), Jean Rigby (mezzo), Thomas Studebaker (tenor), Hanno Muller -
Brachmann (bass-baritone), Finchley Children's Music Group, London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, conductor Kurt Masur Sofia Gubaidulina The Light of the End (first UK performance)
7.55 Twenty Minutes: Poems from the Proms The poet Sean Street presents a selection inspired by the Proms, including an anonymous salute to Henry Wood , a satire on the tune Jerusalem, as well as poems by Jo Shapcott , Peter Porter and Seamus Heaney. The reader is Tom Durham.
8.15 Beethoven Symphony No 9 in D minor (Choral)


Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Presented By: Rob Cowan.
Soprano: Christine Goerke
Soprano: Jean Rigby
Tenor: Thomas Studebaker
Tenor: Hanno Muller
Unknown: Henry Wood
Unknown: Jo Shapcott
Unknown: Peter Porter
Unknown: Seamus Heaney.
Unknown: Tom Durham.

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