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Scottish National Orchestra

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conductor
Bryden Thomson in a live gala concert to open the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. David Home (piano)
Margaret Marshall (sop) Neil Mackie (tenor) Jean Rigby (mezzo)
Simon Keenlyside (bar) Scottish National
Opera Chorus
National Anthem (arr Elgar) Thomas Wilson Carillon (world premiere)
Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music
Liszt Piano Concerto No 2
8.30 Gordon Stewart meets people involved in the creation of the new hall and others who will be using it.
8.50 Thea Musgrave
Rainbow (world premiere) Beethoven Choral
Fantasia (In association with Tennent Caledonian)
* SIMULTANEOUS
BROADCAST with BBC2 in Scotland only.
Highlights on BBC2 nationally at 11 20pm

Contributors

Conductor: Bryden Thomson
Piano: Margaret Marshall
Tenor: Neil MacKie
Tenor: Jean Rigby
Unknown: Simon Keenlyside
Unknown: Thomas Wilson Carillon
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Unknown: Gordon Stewart
Unknown: Thea Musgrave

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Scottish National Orchestra

BBC Radio 3, 5 October 1990 19.30






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