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Your Midweek Choice

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Delius La catinda (Koanga): HALLÉ
ORCHESTRA, conducted by SIR JOHN BARBIROLLI
7.9* Britten Te Deum
CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, RORY PHILLIPS (treble), JAMES LANCELOT (organ), conducted by PHILIP LEDGER
7.17" Schubert Notturno in E flat (D 897)
MARCIA CRAYFORD (Violin) CHRISTOPHER VAN KAMPEN (cello)
CLIFFORD BENSON (piano)
7.28* Sibelius The
Tempest: Suites No1 and 2, Op 109 (excerpts) (mono) ROYAL PHILHARMONIC orchestra, conducted by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM
8.0 News
8.5 Gounod Overture:
Mireille: TOULOUSE CAPITOLE ORCHESTRA, conducted by MICHEL PLASSON
8.11* Bloch Schelomo
MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICn (CellO), FRENCH NATIONAL ORCHESTRA, conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
8.34* Boccherini
Symphony in D minor, Op 12 No 4
(Delia casa del diavolo) NEW PHILHARMONIA
ORCHESTRA, conducted by RAYMOND LEPPARD : records

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir John Barbirolli
Conducted By: Britten Te Deum
Conducted By: Philip Ledger
Cello: Christopher van Kampen
Piano: Clifford Benson
Conducted By: Sir Thomas Beecham
Conducted By: Michel Plasson
Conducted By: Leonard Bernstein
Conducted By: Raymond Leppard

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Your Midweek Choice

BBC Radio 3, 29 April 1981 7.05






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