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BBC Proms1995

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From the Royal
Albert Hall , London.
A double bill of two of the 20th century's most striking operas.
London Symphony
Orchestra/Kent Nagano
Bartok Duke Bluebeard's
Castle
8.30 Into the Garden
Takashi Sawano is sought after as a designer of Japanese gardens in Britain and English gardens in Japan. Sitting by the waterfall in the Kyoto
Garden in Holland Park, west London, he talks to
Hugh Walters about how both traditions change when transplanted to foreign soil.
8.50 Ravel L'enfant et les sortileges
Catherine Dubosc (as the Child), Elisabeth Vidal ,
Mireille Delunsch (sops) Helene Perraguin ,
Delphine Haidan (mezzos) Michel Senechal (tenor) Francois Le Roux (bar) Rene Schirrer (bass) New London Children's
Choir London Symphony Chorus

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Takashi Sawano
Unknown: Hugh Walters
Unknown: Catherine Dubosc
Unknown: Elisabeth Vidal
Unknown: Mireille Delunsch
Unknown: Helene Perraguin
Unknown: Delphine Haidan
Tenor: Michel Senechal
Tenor: Francois Le Roux
Bass: Rene Schirrer
Judith: Markella Hatziano (mezzo)
Duke Bluebeard: Robert Hale (bar)

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