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Classical Collection

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Presented by James Jolly.
Bemers Fugue for Orchestra
RLPO, conductor Barry Wordsworth
10.07 Steve Martland Beat the Retreat
Steve Martland Band, conducted by the composer
10.19 Handel How Si/ently, How Slyly (Julius Caesar ) Janet Baker (mezzo), English National Opera Orchestra, conductor Charles Mackerras
10.25 Gounod Faust (Act 4, Scene 3)
Geoffrey Mitchell Choir , Philharmonia, conductor David Parry
10.36 Mozart 0 Isis and Osiris (The Magic Flute) John Tomlinson (bass), Geoffrey Mitchell Choir. LPO, conductor Charles Mackerras
10.39 Handel Messiah (Part 3)
Elsie Morison (soprano), Marjorie Thomas (contralto), Richard Lewis (tenor), James Milligan (bass),
Huddersfield Choral Society, RLPO/Malcolm Sargent
11.03 Borodin, arr Sargent Nocturne RLPO, conductor Charles Groves
11.11 Strauss Alpine Symphony
RLPO, conductor Gerard Schwarz

Contributors

Presented By: James Jolly.
Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
Conductor: Steve Martland
Unknown: Julius Caesar
Unknown: Janet Baker
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Unknown: Geoffrey Mitchell Choir
Conductor: David Parry
Bass: John Tomlinson
Bass: Geoffrey Mitchell Choir.
Conductor: Charles MacKerras
Soprano: Elsie Morison
Soprano: Marjorie Thomas
Tenor: Richard Lewis
Tenor: James Milligan
Marguerite: Mary Plazas (soprano)
Mephistopheles: Alastalr Miles (bass)

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Classical Collection

BBC Radio 3, 17 April 2008 10.00






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