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Through the Night


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With Louise Fryer.
Bulgarian composer Lyubomir Pipkov 's two-act opera Momchil (1939-43), in a 1971 recording by the Sophia National Opera Choir and Orchestra with soloists including Dimitar Damyanov (tenor),
Soyan Popov (baritone) and Julia Wiener (soprano), directed by Ivan Marinov.
3.30 Grieg Lyric Pieces (excerpts)
3.50 Dittersdorf Piano Concerto in A
4.10 Haydn Mass in B flat (Kleine
Orgelmesse), HXXII 7 4.25 Bach Cello Suite No 6 in D, BWV1012 (Sarabande) (arr for four cellos) 4.30 Sorkocevic
Overture in G 4.35 Mozart Vado, Ma Dove, K583 4.40 Tallis Gloria (Puer Natus Est
Nobis) 4.50 Goldmark Scherzo in E minor, Op 195.00 Fesch ConcertoinG, Op5No3
5.05 Schubert Three Pieces, D946
5.25 Rachmaninov Aleko s Cavatina
(Aleko) 5.30 Glazunov, arranon Elegy in D flat, Op 17 5.40 Mozart Serenade in G, K525 (Eine Kleine Nachtmusik)
5.55 K Forster Repleta Est Malis
6.05 Ludwik Grossman Csardas: The
Ghost ofVoyvode 6.15 Debussy L'lsle Joyeuse 6.25 Martinu String Sextet
6.40 Liszt Mazeppa


Unknown: Louise Fryer.
Unknown: Lyubomir Pipkov
Tenor: Dimitar Damyanov
Baritone: Soyan Popov
Baritone: Julia Wiener
Directed By: Ivan Marinov.

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