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New Records

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The last programme in the series
Bizet Overture: Patrie
CITY OF MEXICO PO/ENRIQUE BATIZ Faure , arr Arkady Dubensky Apres un reve
JULES ESKIN (cello)
BOSTON SO/SEIJI OZAWA
Elgar Two choral songs, Op 73: Love's Tempest: Serenade; Go, Song of Mine, Op 57
WORCESTER CATHEDRAL CHOIR
DONALD HUNT SINGERS/DONALD HUNT
Beethoven Sonata in E flat, Op81a(LesAdieux)
MURRAY PERAHIA (piano)
Josef Fiala Oboe Concerto in B flat:
JIRI KREJCI PRAGUE COIFRANTISEK VAJNAR Mahler Lob des hohen
Verstandes; Des Antonius von Padua Fischpredigt (Des Knaben Wunderhorn) BERND WEIKL (baritone) LPO/KLAUS TENNSTEDT
Shostakovich Symphony No 5 in D minor
OSLO PO/MARISS JANSONS
Series producer PATRICK LAMBERT

Contributors

Unknown: Batiz Faure
Unknown: Arkady Dubensky
Cello: Jules Eskin
Piano: Murray Perahia
Oboe: Josef Fiala
Unknown: Jiri Krejci Prague
Unknown: Des Antonius
Baritone: Bernd Weikl
Producer: Patrick Lambert

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