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Synopsis

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BBC Symphony Orchestra - 60th Birthdays
Conductor David Porcelijn
The BBC Symphony Orchestra celebrates the 60th birthdays of Gavin Bryars and Stephen Montague , along with works by British composer Graham Rtkin and American composer Michael Gordon. Presented by Robert Worby. Graham Fitkin Fervent
Gavin Bryars Violin Concerto: The Bulls of Bashan With Isabelle van Keulen (violin) Michael Gordon Romeo
Stephen Montague From the White Edge of Phrygia
And at around midnight more music by Gavin Bryars , performed by the Gavin
Bryars Ensemble at the Arena Festival in Latvia earlierthis month.

Contributors

Conductor: David Porcelijn
Unknown: Gavin Bryars
Unknown: Stephen Montague
Unknown: Graham Rtkin
Unknown: Michael Gordon.
Presented By: Robert Worby.
Presented By: Graham Fitkin Fervent
Violin: Gavin Bryars
Violin: Isabelle van Keulen
Violin: Michael Gordon Romeo
Violin: Stephen Montague
Music By: Gavin Bryars






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