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BBC Proms 2009


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Clive Anderson introduces a celebration of the music of three great British composers - Edward Elgar, Frederick Delius and Gustav Hoist - who all died 75 years ago. Charles Mackerras conducts the BBC Philharmonic and BBC Singers in Elgar's Overture: Cockaigne (In London Town), Delius's The Song of the High Hills and Hoist's mystical suite The Planets. With soprano Rebecca Evans and tenor Toby Spence.
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Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 from 7.30pm
Press red during the broadcast for Maestro Cam, where a dedicated camera captures the conductor's every intonation and flourish, while Matthew Rowe (who was a mentor on BBC2's Maestro) provides a running commentary, discussing the gestures and the orchestra's response.
The concerts in commemoration of Elgar, Hoist and Delius conclude tomorrow at 7pm on Radio 3


Presenter: Clive Anderson
Conductor: Charles Mackerras
Musicians: The BBC Philharmonic
Singers: BBC Singers
Soprano: Rebecca Evans
Tenor: Toby Spence.
Director: Bridget Caldwell
Series editor: Oliver MacFarlane
Commentator (red button): Matthew Rowe

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