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Morning Performance


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Britain 's Musical Youth
The National Youth Brass Band of Wales recently celebrated its 20th anniversary with a concert tour of Wales and the North West. They perform new works by John Pickard and Edward Gregson in a concert from Manchester. Plus performances by the National Youth Choir of Great Britain from a concert recorded in Ripon Cathedral. With Petroc Trelawny. Kodaly Mountain Nights
Britten Choral Dances (Gloriana)
National Youth Choir of Great Britain, conductors Mike Brewer and Greg Beardsell John Pickard Invocation; Tsunami
National Youth Brass Band of Wales, conductor Robert Childs
Vaughan Williams Gloria , Sanctus, Agnus Dei (Mass in G minor)
Walton Drop , Drop Slow Tears National Youth Choir
Michael Ball A Cambrian Suite
Edward Gregson The Sword and the Crown Kate Woolveridge (mezzo), Louise Thompson (harp), National Youth Brass Band of Wales, conductor Robert Childs


Unknown: John Pickard
Unknown: Edward Gregson
Conductors: Mike Brewer
Conductors: Greg Beardsell
Unknown: John Pickard
Conductor: Robert Childs
Conductor: Vaughan Williams Gloria
Unknown: Agnus Dei
Unknown: Walton Drop
Unknown: Edward Gregson
Unknown: Kate Woolveridge
Harp: Louise Thompson
Conductor: Robert Childs

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