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Composer of the Week: Joplin


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4/5. Lost in New York. Donald Macleod and Susan Curtis look at Joplin's final decade in New York. Treemonisha (Prelude to Act 3, excerpt) Orchestra of Houston Grand Opera, conductor Gunther Schuller
Heliotrope Bouquet Giovanni De Chiaro (guitar) Wall Street Rag Scott Kirby (piano) Solace - A Mexican Serenade Morten Gunnar Larsen (piano)
Treemonisha (Act 3, excerpt): I Want to See My
Child; Treemonisha's Return; Wrong Is Never Right Carmen Balthrop (soprano), Betty Allen (mezzo), Curtis Rayam and Kenneth Hicks (tenors), Willard White (bass), Ben Harney and Dorceal Duckens (voices), Orchestra of Houston Grand Opera, conductor Gunther Schuller
Treemonisha (Act 3, excerpt): Abuse: When
Villains Ramble Far and Near; Conjurors Forgiven; We Will Trust You as Our Leader
Carmen Balthrop (soprano), Kenneth Hicks (tenor), Willard White (bass), Chorus and Orchestra of Houston Grand Opera, conductor Gunther Schuller Repeated at 8.45pm


Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Susan Curtis
Conductor: Gunther Schuller
Guitar: Giovanni de Chiaro
Piano: Scott Kirby
Piano: Morten Gunnar Larsen
Soprano: Carmen Balthrop
Soprano: Betty Allen
Unknown: Curtis Rayam
Tenors: Kenneth Hicks
Tenors: Willard White
Bass: Ben Harney
Bass: Dorceal Duckens
Conductor: Gunther Schuller
Soprano: Carmen Balthrop
Soprano: Kenneth Hicks
Tenor: Willard White
Conductor: Gunther Schuller

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Composer of the Week: Joplin

BBC Radio 3, 4 October 2007 12.00

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