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Saturday Review

Synopsis

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Introduced by Jeremy Siepmann Record Review
David Fallows reviews new Medieval music releases, including discs by Esther Lamandier and Martin Best .
George Pratt on vocal music by Purcell, Blow and Handel and instrumental works by Bach. Peter Cropper, leader of the Lindsay Quartet , talks to
Stephen Johnson about their disc of Tippett's Fourth
Quartet, which is among the records of British music reviewed by Michael Kennedy
10.45* Record Release
Tippett String Quartet No 4 LINDSAY QUARTET
11.10* John Blow Ode on the Death of Mr Henry Purcell JAMES BOWMAN and MICHAEL CHANCE (counter-tenors) KING'S CONSORT/ROBERT KING
11.35* C.P.E. Bach Concerto in A (Wq 29): AMSTERDAM
BAROQUE ORCHESTRA, directed by TON KOOPMAN (harpsichord)
11.55* Machaut Lay: J'aim la flour de valour
ESTHER LAMANDIER (voice/harp) Richart de Foumival Onques n'amai tant que jou fui amee (vocal and instrumental versions)
SINFONYE/STEVIE WISHART
Handel Va tacito (Julius Caesar )
DREW MINTER (counter-tenor)
PHILHARMONlA BAROQUE ORCHESTRA! NICHOLAS MCGEGAN
12.30* Walton Viola Concerto
NIGEL KENNEDY , RPOiANDRE PREVIN Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS
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Contributors

Introduced By: Jeremy Siepmann
Unknown: David Fallows
Unknown: Esther Lamandier
Unknown: Martin Best
Unknown: George Pratt
Talks: Lindsay Quartet
Unknown: Stephen Johnson
Reviewed By: Michael Kennedy
Unknown: John Blow Ode
Unknown: Mr Henry Purcell
Unknown: James Bowman
Unknown: Michael Chance
Directed By: Ton Koopman
Unknown: Esther Lamandier
Unknown: Stevie Wishart
Unknown: Julius Caesar
Unknown: Nicholas McGegan
Unknown: Walton Viola Concerto
Unknown: Nigel Kennedy
Producer: Anthony Cheevers

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