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Hear and Now


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In Memory of Luigi Nono
From the Town
Hall, Huddersfield.
The first of three editions from the Huddersfield
Contemporary Music
Festival focusing on the music of Luigi Nono.
Presented by Sarah Walker and Stephen Pratt.
Roberto Fabbriciani (bass flute)
Roger Heaton (contrabass clarinet)
Freiburg Soloists Choir Experimental Studio of South West German Radio, conductor Andre Richard
Nono A Pierre, Dell'azzuro silenzio, inquietum
(first UK performance) Brian Ferneyhough Mnemosyne
Nono Das atmende
Klarsein (first UK performance)
Plus a recording of part of a concert given yesterday by Ensemble Contrechamps, conductor Heinz Holliger , featuring music by Brian Ferneyhough. Elliott Carter and Heinz Holliger himself. Producer Paul Hindmarsh
See also next Monday 9.05pm.


Presented By: Sarah Walker
Presented By: Stephen Pratt.
Bass: Roberto Fabbriciani
Flute: Roger Heaton
Conductor: Andre Richard
Unknown: Brian Ferneyhough
Conductor: Heinz Holliger
Music By: Brian Ferneyhough.
Music By: Elliott Carter
Music By: Heinz Holliger
Producer: Paul Hindmarsh

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