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BBC Proms


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- from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
English Concert, conductor Trevor Pinnock
Barbara Bonney (soprano) Catherine Wyn-Rogers (mezzo)
Jamie MacDougall (tenor) Stephen Gadd (bass)
Choir of the English Concert Mozart Symphony No 31 in D (K297) (Paris) Mass in C (K317) (Coronation)
8.15 Chez Madame d'Epinay After the successful performance of his "Paris" Symphony, Mozart's happiness was dashed by the death of his mother.
The young composer moved as a guest into the apartment of Madame d'Epinay. Nicholas Till presents a portrait of the woman who gathered around her the most lively and progressive intellects of her day.
8.35 Vesperae solennes de Confessore (K339):
Dixit Dominus ; Laudate Dominum; Magnificat; Symphony No 38 in D (K504) (Prague)


Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Conductor: Trevor Pinnock
Soprano: Barbara Bonney
Soprano: Catherine Wyn-Rogers
Tenor: Jamie MacDougall
Bass: Stephen Gadd
Unknown: Chez Madame
Unknown: Nicholas Till
Unknown: Dixit Dominus

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