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BBC Proms 2007


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Brass Day
From the Royal Albert Hall in London, Petroc
Trelawny introduces the first concert in a whole day devoted to music for brass instruments.
His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts, Musicians from Uzbekistan, Black Dyke Band, Grimethorpe Colliery Band, Mark Lee (organ), conductors Nicholas Childs , and Allan Withington , Hakan Hardenberger (trumpet), Members of the BBC Philharmonic, Musicians from Royal Northern College of Music and Birmingham Conservatoire, conductor Andre de Ridder Judith Bingham Fanfare (Ziggurat) (BBC commission: first performance) Monteverdi Toccata (Orfeo)
G Gabrieli Sonata Pian'e Forte
Grillo Canzon Terza (Sacri Concentus ac Symphoniae)
2.40 Twenty Minutes: Where There's Muck.... Lynn Walker explores the world of brass bands in contemporary Britain.
3.00 Vaughan Williams Overture: Henry Hans Werner Henze Ragtimes and Habaneras Heaton Toccata: Oh the Blessed Lord
Philip Wilby. ... Dove Descending Elgar Severn Suite
4.20 Twenty Minutes: The Great British Summer Time This year marks the centenary of William Willet 's pamphlet The Waste of Daylight, which preceded the introduction of British Summer Time. Richard Foster looks at energy saving and the great British summer.
4.40 Musorgsky, arr Elgar Howarth Pictures at an Exhibition


Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Mark Lee
Conductors: Nicholas Childs
Conductors: Allan Withington
Unknown: Hakan Hardenberger
Conductor: Andre de Ridder
Conductor: Judith Bingham
Unknown: G Gabrieli
Unknown: Lynn Walker
Unknown: Habaneras Heaton
Unknown: Philip Wilby.
Unknown: William Willet
Unknown: Richard Foster

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