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The Afternoon on Three

Synopsis

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With Susan Sharpe.
1.00 New series
Binningham Lunchtime Concert
From Studio One,
Pebble Mill.
Neil Jenkins (tenor) and David Owen Norris (piano) perform the original version of Schumann's Dichterliebe; which includes four extra songs.
2.00 Double Your
Choice:
(0171) [number removed]
There's twice the chance of hearing your favourite piece this week as Susan Sharpe presents the first of two extended editions of Midweek Choice. Ring in this morning with your request. Including
Chopin Ballade No 1 in G minor
Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano) Schubert Du bist die Ruh,
D776
Lotte Lehmann (soprano)
Milhaud Le Boeufsurle toit
Ulster Orchestra, conductor
Yan Pascal Tortelier
Producer Susan Kenyon Discs WRITTEN REQUESTS:
Midweek Choice. BBC Radio 3. Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA
FAX: (0171) [number removed]
4.00 Choral Vespers
From Westminster
Cathedral.
Introit: Miserere mei, deus
(Byrd)
Deus in adiutorium
Office Hymn: Vexilla regis prodeunt (plainsong) Psalms 61 and 66 (plainsong)
New Testament Canticle:
Colossians 1, w 12-20 (plainsong)
Reading: Ephesians 4, w
17, 20-24, 30-32; 5, w 1-2 Responsory: Adoramus te, Christe (Monteverdi)
Homily: the Rt Rev Mgr George Stack
Magnificat quarti toni (Palestrina)
Motet: Domine Jesu
(Ludford)
Master of the music James O'Donnell
. Organist Joseph Cullen.

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Sharpe.
Tenor: Neil Jenkins
Piano: David Owen Norris
Unknown: Susan Sharpe
Unknown: Chopin Ballade
Piano: Vladimir Ashkenazy
Soprano: Lotte Lehmann
Soprano: Milhaud Le Boeufsurle
Producer: Susan Kenyon
Unknown: Mgr George
Unknown: Domine Jesu
Organist: James O'Donnell
Organist: Joseph Cullen.

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The Afternoon on Three

BBC Radio 3, 3 April 1996 12.55






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