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Saturday Review


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with Anthony Burton. Building a Library:
Brahms's Piano Quintet by Stephen Johnson. Peter Dickinson on American music, from spirituals to Morton Feldman.
10.40 Record Release
Derek Lee Ragin sings spirituals with the New
World Ensemble directed by Moses Hogan (piano).
10.55 Brahms
Horn Trio, Op 40
Lowell Greer (natural horn), Stephanie Chase
(violin) and Steven Lubin (1854 Bosendorfer piano)
11.26 William Bolcom Symphony No 5
American Composers Orchestra Dennis Russell Davies
11.50 d'Anglebert Suite in G minor (1689)
John Henry (harpsichord)
12.05 Parry The Soul's Ransom
Della Jones (mezzo-soprano); David Wilson -Johnson (bass-baritone) London Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus
Matthias Bamert
Producers Nick Morgan and Clive Portbury
(Record Review is repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)


Unknown: Anthony Burton.
Unknown: Stephen Johnson.
Unknown: Peter Dickinson
Unknown: Morton Feldman.
Unknown: Derek Lee Ragin
Directed By: Moses Hogan
Unknown: Lowell Greer
Horn: Stephanie Chase
Horn: Steven Lubin
Piano: William Bolcom
Harpsichord: John Henry
Unknown: Della Jones
Soprano: David Wilson
Unknown: Matthias Bamert
Producers: Nick Morgan
Producers: Clive Portbury

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