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Through the Night


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With Donald Macleod.
1.00 Dvorak Symphony No 9 in E minor (From the New World) Royal Danish Orchestra, conductor Rafael Kubelik
1.45 Kuhlau Piano Sonatas: in E flat,
Op 4; in D minor, Op 5a Folmer Jensen
2.40 Caldara Astri de Quel Bel Viso James Bowman (countertenor), David Watkins (Baroque cello), Malcolm Proud (harpsichord)
3.00 Purcell Dido and Aeneas
Tafelmusik/Jeanne Lamon
4.05 Roesler Wind Partita Bratislava
Chamber Harmony
4.40 Weiss Suite in D minor
Konrad Junghanel (Baroque lute)
5.00 Mozart Symphony No 5 in B flat, K22
Netherlands Radio Chamber
Orchestra, conductor Ernest Bour
5.10 Kuhlau Piano Sonata in G.
Op 26 No 1 Folmer Jensen
5.30 Handel Cantata: Vedendo Amor
James Bowman (countertenor), David Watkins (Baroque cello), Malcolm Proud (harpsichord)


Unknown: Donald MacLeod.
Conductor: Rafael Kubelik
Unknown: Folmer Jensen
Unknown: James Bowman
Unknown: David Watkins
Harpsichord: Malcolm Proud
Harpsichord: Purcell Dido
Dido: Jennifer Lane (mezzo)
Sorceress: Jennifer Lane (mezzo)
Aeneas: Russell Braun (baritone)
Belinda: Ann Monoyios (soprano)
Second woman: Shari Saunders (soprano)
First witch: Shari Saunders (soprano)
Second witch: Meredith Hall (soprano)
Spirit: Meredith Hall (soprano)
Sailor: Benjamin Butterfield (tenor)

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Through the Night

BBC Radio 3, 2 April 1998 1.00

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