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Performance on 3


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\ concert given at the Queen Elizabeth Hall n which the BBC Concert Orchestra explore chance in music, including Stakes 'ri Chips, a new piece by 12 composers who've had an association with the orchestra. Presented by Petroc Trelawny . BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Charles Hazlewood Mozart Musical Dice Game
Fung Lam ; Rabin Abou-Khalil ; Anne Dudley ; Barnaby Taylor ; Pet Shop Boys; John Hardy Stakes W Chips (Part 1)
Colin Matthews To Compose without the Least Knowledge of Music
Paul Patterson ; Will Gregory; Tansy Davies ; Richard Watson ; Gwilym Simcock ; Andy Sheppard Stakes 'n' Chips (Part 2) Schnittke Moz-Art a la Haydn Mozart Musical Dice Game
Ives The Unanswered Question Terry Riley In C
Stravinsky Jeu de cartes
Followed by music from past winners of the RPS Music Awards.


Unknown: Elizabeth Hall
Presented By: Petroc Trelawny
Conductor: Charles Hazlewood
Unknown: Fung Lam
Unknown: Rabin Abou-Khalil
Unknown: Anne Dudley
Unknown: Barnaby Taylor
Unknown: John Hardy
Unknown: Colin Matthews
Music: Paul Patterson
Unknown: Tansy Davies
Unknown: Richard Watson
Unknown: Gwilym SimcOck
Unknown: Andy Sheppard
Unknown: Schnittke Moz-Art
Unknown: Terry Riley
Unknown: Stravinsky Jeu

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