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Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert


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Philip Jones Memorial Concert
A concert given last week at the Barbican to celebrate the remarkable life and work of Philip Jones , one of the most tireless and inspiring figures of the brass world, who died one year ago.
Wallace Collection, London Brass, Quintet in Honorium Philip Jones , former members of the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, LSO Brass Ensemble, LSO, conductors Eric Crees and Elgar Howarth
Trad English Dances of the 15th Century Hugh Aston Hornpipe
Stephen Dodgson Philip 's Repose
Roxana Panufnik New work (London Brass commission)
Elgar Howarth New work (London Brass commission)
Victor Ewald Quintet in D flat, Op 7 Eric Crees Processional forPJ
Musorgsky, arr Howarth Pictures at an Exhibition


Unknown: Philip Jones
Unknown: Honorium Philip Jones
Conductors: Eric Crees
Conductors: Elgar Howarth
Unknown: Hugh Aston Hornpipe
Unknown: Stephen Dodgson Philip
Unknown: Roxana Panufnik New
Unknown: Elgar Howarth New
Unknown: Victor Ewald Quintet

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Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

BBC Radio 3, 21 January 2001 13.00

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