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Afternoon on 3

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Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Introduced from London's Wigmore Hall by Verity Sharp. The husband-and-wife team of mezzo Ann Murray and tenor Philip Langridge are joined by pianist Malcolm Martineau in works by Barber, Bridge, Moeran and Britten.
2.00 British Symphony Series
This week concludes a survey of the symphonies of Master of the Queen's Music Peter Maxwell Davies. Plus major choral works by Granville Bantock , George Dyson and John Tavener. and music from this year's Royal Northern College of Music Festival of Brass. Bantock Omar Khayyam (Part One) Catherine Wyn-Rogers (mezzo), Toby Spence (tenor),
Roderick Williams (baritone), BBC Symphony
Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley Peter Maxwell Davies Symphony No 6
BBC Philharmonic, conducted by the composer

Contributors

Unknown: Verity Sharp.
Unknown: Ann Murray
Tenor: Philip Langridge
Pianist: Malcolm Martineau
Music: Peter Maxwell Davies.
Unknown: Granville Bantock
Unknown: George Dyson
Unknown: John Tavener.
Unknown: Bantock Omar Khayyam
Unknown: Catherine Wyn-Rogers
Tenor: Toby Spence
Baritone: Roderick Williams
Conductor: Vernon Handley
Conductor: Peter Maxwell Davies

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