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CD Masters


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This week's series of programmes feature Mozart symphonies and recordings by Pro Cantione Antiqua. Presented by Jonathan Swain.
Vivaldi Concerto in D, RV549 Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conductor Neville Marriner
10.09 Josquin Tu Solus QuiFacis Mirabilia; Ave Maria, Virgo Serena
Pro Cantione Antiqua , Tolz Boys' Choir.
Collegium Aureum, Hamburg Early Music Wind Ensemble, conductor Bruno Turner
10.21 Mozart Symphony No 29 in A, K201
Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Karl Bohm
10.46 Ockeghem Missa pro Defunctis (excerpts) Pro Cantione Antiqua , Hamburg Early Music Wind Ensemble, conductor Bruno Turner
11.07 Listener request:
Tchaikovsky Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty (excerpts) LSO, conductor Pierre Monteux
11.31 Parsley Lamentations
Pro Cantione Antiqua , conductor Bruno Turner
11.40 Listener request: Judith Weir Piano
Concerto William Howard , Schubert Ensemble


Unknown: Cantione Antiqua.
Presented By: Jonathan Swain.
Unknown: St Martin
Conductor: Neville Marriner
Unknown: Virgo Serena
Unknown: Pro Cantione Antiqua
Conductor: Bruno Turner
Conductor: Karl Bohm
Conductor: Ockeghem Missa
Unknown: Cantione Antiqua
Conductor: Bruno Turner
Conductor: Pierre Monteux
Conductor: Cantione Antiqua
Conductor: Bruno Turner
Piano: Judith Weir
Unknown: William Howard

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