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Composer of the Week: Satie


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5/5. LeMaftre. Donald Macleod introduces Satie's momentous last decade, featuring two rare fanfares for trumpet and a song written in memory of the composer's friend and colleague Claude Debussy. Musique d'ameublement No 3 Ensemble Erwartung, conductor Bernard Desgraupes
Louis Durey Hommage a Erik Satie
Francois Le Roux (baritone), Graham Johnson (piano) Satie Sonnerie pour réveiller le bon gros roi des singes (lequel ne dort toujours que d'un oeil) Richard Giangiulio and Bert Traux (trumpets)
La statue retrouvée Hakan Hardenberger (trumpet), Simon Preston (organ)
Six nocturnes Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano)
Trois petites pièces montees Lamoureux Concerts Orchestra, conductor Yutaka Sado
Quartre petites mélodies Anne-Sophie Schmidt (soprano),
Jean-Pierre Armengaud (piano)
Entr'acte Cinéma (Relache) Ars Nova Ensemble Repeated at 9.15pm


Introduces: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Claude Debussy.
Conductor: Bernard Desgraupes
Conductor: Louis Durey Hommage
Unknown: Erik Satie
Baritone: Francois Le Roux
Baritone: Graham Johnson
Piano: Satie Sonnerie
Unknown: Richard Giangiulio
Unknown: Bert Traux
Unknown: Hakan Hardenberger
Unknown: Simon Preston
Conductor: Yutaka Sado
Piano: Jean-Pierre Armengaud

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