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BBC Proms 2009

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Live from the Royal Albert Hall, Clive Anderson introduces a celebration of 75 years of MGM musicals. Conductor John Wilson has painstakingly reconstructed the scores of the original orchestral parts, which were lost when Hollywood studio MGM's music library was demolished. Wilson's orchestra and singing stars from the classical and musical theatre worlds - including soprano Sarah Fox , baritone Thomas Allen and the vocalists Kim Criswell, Curtis Stigers and Seth "Family Guy"
MacFarlane, along with the Maida Vale Singers - perform songs from movies including The Wizard of Oz, Singin' in the Rain, Meet Me in St Louis, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, High Society and Gigi. Director Ian Russell ; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane
bbc.co.uk/proms Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Also broadcast live on BBC Radio 3

Contributors

Introduces: Clive Anderson
Conductor: John Wilson
Soprano: Sarah Fox
Baritone: Thomas Allen
Unknown: Kim Criswell
Unknown: Curtis Stigers
Director: Ian Russell
Editor: Oliver MacFarlane

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