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Afternoon on 3


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Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Live from London's Wigmore Hall. Presented by Verity Sharp.
Sharon Bezaly (flute), London Barogue
Bach Flute Sonata in E flat, BWV1031
Handel Flute Sonata in D minor, HWV367a Bach Sarabande (Partita in A minor, BWV1013) Kalevi Aho Prestissimo (Solo III)
Bach Flute Sonata in E, BV1035; Polonaise;
Menuet; Badinerie (Suite in B minor, BWV1067)
2.00 BBC Orchestras
The ongoing British Symphony Series focuses on two prominent Welsh composers, and on a new recording of cabaret songs by Schoenberg,
Bolcom and Satie. Presented by Louise Fryer. William Mathias Symphony No
BBC Welsh SO, conducted by the composer Bolcom Cabaret Songs
Measha Brueggergosman (soprano), BBCSO, conductor David Robertson Alun Hoddinott Symphony No 2 BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Owain Arwel Hughes.
4.00 The Making of Music
26/30. The Sixties. In the 1960s modern composers were trying to make their voices heard above the noise of pop culture. Louise Fryer asks what were Stockhausen, John Tavener and Peter Maxwell Davies writing.


Presented By: Verity Sharp.
Flute: Sharon Bezaly
Unknown: Kalevi Aho
Presented By: Louise Fryer.
Presented By: William Mathias Symphony
Conductor: David Robertson
Conductor: Alun Hoddinott
Conductor: Owain Arwel Hughes.
Unknown: Louise Fryer
Unknown: John Tavener
Unknown: Peter Maxwell Davies

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