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Record Review


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Presented by Anthony Burton. Arriaga Symphony in D Le Concert des Nations, conductor Jordi Savall
7.32 Roussel Trio , Op 40 Paul Verhey (flute)
Henk Guittart (viola)
Herre-Jan Stegenga (cello)
7.48 Duarte Lobo Two
Motets: Audivi vocem de caelo; Pater peccavi
Ars Nova , conductor
Bo Holten
7.56 Franck Violin Sonata in A
Augustin Dumay (violin) Maria-Joao Pires (piano)
8.25 Tomas Breton
La Verbena de la Paloma
Madrid Civic Choir
Madrid Symphony
Orchestra, conductor
Antoni Ros Marba
8.38 Poulenc Sextet
Andre Previn (piano)
Elizabeth Mann (flute) Steve Taylor (oboe)
David Shifrin (clarinet)
Dennis Godburn (bassoon) Richard Todd (horn)


Presented By: Anthony Burton.
Presented By: Arriaga Symphony
Conductor: Jordi Savall
Conductor: Roussel Trio
Flute: Paul Verhey
Viola: Henk Guittart
Cello: Herre-Jan Stegenga
Cello: Duarte Lobo
Conductor: Ars Nova
Conductor: Bo Holten
Piano: Maria-Joao Pires
Piano: Tomas Breton
Conductor: Antoni Ros Marba
Piano: Andre Previn
Flute: Elizabeth Mann
Oboe: Steve Taylor
Clarinet: David Shifrin
Bassoon: Dennis Godburn
Horn: Richard Todd
Julian: Placido Domingo (tenor)
Rita: Raquel Pierotti (sop)
Don Hilarion: Rafael Castejon (bar)
Don Sebastian: Jesus Castejon (bar)

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