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CD Review


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With Andrew McGregor , who introduces some of the month's newest releases. Hilary Finch reviews vocal and operatic music sung by Barbara Hendricks , Bo Skovhus , Ben Heppner , Diana Montague ,
Galina Gorchakova and Neil Shicoff.
10.00 Pianist Kathryn Stott discusses her disc of piano music by Cuban composer Lecuona. Radio 3 Disc of the Week:
Torres Oh Quien Pudiera Alcanzar Marta Almajano (soprano), Al Ayre Espanol/Eduardo Lopez Banzo
11.00 Building a Library
Andrew Manze recommends a version of Mendelssohn's Octet in E flat, Op 20.
Producers Clive Portbury and Susan Kenyon WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview E-MAIL: [address removed]
DISC DETAILS: call [number removed]0300 or consult CEEFAX on BBC1, page 651


Unknown: Andrew McGregor
Unknown: Hilary Finch
Sung By: Barbara Hendricks
Sung By: Bo Skovhus
Sung By: Ben Heppner
Sung By: Diana Montague
Sung By: Galina Gorchakova
Pianist: Neil Shicoff.
Pianist: Kathryn Stott
Unknown: Pudiera Alcanzar
Soprano: Marta Almajano
Soprano: Al Ayre

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