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Composer of the Week: Rubbra


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Presented by Donald Macleod in conversation with Robert Layton. 2: Philosophy and Religion
Rubbra was a devout Christian, but the music he wrote during the twenties and thirties was strongly influenced by his interest in different Eastern religions and philosophies. He later converted to Catholicism.
DormiJesu (The Virgin's Cradle Hymn)
The Sixteen, conductor Harry Christophers The Jade Mountain TraceyChadwell (soprano), Danielle Perrett (harp)
Suite: The Buddha Helen Keen (flute), Melinda Maxwell (oboe),
Krysia Osostowicz (violin), Catherine Manson (viola), Jane Salmon (cello)
Pezzo Ostinato Danielle Perrett (harp)
Missa in Honorem Sancti Dominici , Op 66; Ecce Vidimus Eum (Tenebrae Motets, Op
72;ChoirofSt John's College, Cambridge, conductor Christopher Robinson


Presented By: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Robert Layton.
Conductor: Harry Christophers
Soprano: Danielle Perrett
Oboe: Melinda Maxwell
Oboe: Krysia Osostowicz
Violin: Catherine Manson
Viola: Jane Salmon
Harp: Danielle Perrett
Unknown: Honorem Sancti Dominici
Conductor: Christopher Robinson

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Composer of the Week: Rubbra

BBC Radio 3, 24 April 2001 9.00

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