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Performance on 3 Cheltenham Festival


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From Cheltenham Town Hall, a concert by percussionist Evelyn Glennie with Gamelan Sekar Petak. Introduced by Chris deSouza . Purwanto Lebaran
Daniel March Pieces of Five and Three
(first performance)
Harrison Concerto for Piano with Javanese gamelan
8.20 Twenty Minutes: The Gamelan Two of the people most influential in bringing Javanese gamelan to the UK are Neil Sorrell , the founder of Sekar Petak , and composer Alec Roth. They talk about their experiences of the gamelan in Java.
8.40 Causton Concerto for solo percussion and gamelan (first performance)
Sorrell Concerto for prepared piano and gamelan
Postcard from Niebelheim (first performance)
See also tomorrow. 11am


Unknown: Evelyn Glennie
Unknown: Sekar Petak.
Introduced By: Chris Desouza
Introduced By: Purwanto Lebaran
Unknown: Neil Sorrell
Unknown: Sekar Petak
Unknown: Alec Roth.

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Performance on 3 Cheltenham Festival

BBC Radio 3, 4 July 2001 19.30

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