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Composers of the Week: Arne and Boyce

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2/5. Thomas Arne and William Boyce were both Londoners and both musicians - but there the similarity ends. As Donald Macleod discovers, the two men could hardly have been more different in terms of background and character. Arne Where the Bee Sucks (The Tempest); Under the Greenwood Tree (As You Like It);
Come Away Death (Twelfth Night) John Mark
Ainsley (tenor), members of the King's Consort Orchestra, director Robert King
Rise, Glory, Rise (Rosamond) Emma Kirkby (soprano), Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
Artaxerxes (excerpts) Catherine Bott (soprano), Patricia Spence (mezzo), Parley of Instruments, conductor Roy Goodman
Boyce Ode for St Cecilia's Day: See Fam'd Apollo and the Nine (first part) Patrick Burrowes (treble), William Purefoy and Joseph Ward
(altos), Richard Edgar Wilson and James Baileys (tenors), Michael George and John Hill (basses), Choir of New College, Oxford, Hanover Band, conductor Graham Lea-Cox
Repeated on Monday at 12 midnight

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Arne
Unknown: William Boyce
Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: John Mark
Director: Robert King
Soprano: Emma Kirkby
Director: Christopher Hogwood
Soprano: Catherine Bott
Soprano: Patricia Spence
Conductor: Roy Goodman
Unknown: Patrick Burrowes
Unknown: William Purefoy
Unknown: Joseph Ward
Unknown: Richard Edgar Wilson
Tenors: James Baileys
Tenors: Michael George
Conductor: Graham Lea-Cox

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Composers of the Week: Arne and Boyce

BBC Radio 3, 24 January 2006 12.00






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