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CD Masters

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
With Jonathan Swain.
Villa-Lobos The Little Train of Caipira
(Bachianas Brasileiras No 2) London Symphony Orchestra, conductor Eugene Goossens
10.07 Taverner Magnificat for four voices; Audivi Vocem
Pro Cantione Antiqua , conductor Mark Brown
10.20 Listener request:
Beethoven Quintet in C, Op 29 Vienna String Sextet
10.56 Byrd Ne Irascaris , Domine; Ave Verum Corpus
Pro Cantione Antiqua , conductor Bruno Turner
11.11 Mozart Symphony No 40 in G minor, K550 Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, conductor Fritz Reiner
11.39 S Rossi The Songs of Solomon (excerpts) Pro Cantione Antiqua , conductor Sidney Fixman

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Conductor: Eugene Goossens
Conductor: Taverner Magnificat
Unknown: Audivi Vocem
Conductor: Pro Cantione Antiqua
Conductor: Mark Brown
Unknown: Byrd Ne Irascaris
Conductor: Cantione Antiqua
Conductor: Bruno Turner
Conductor: Fritz Reiner
Conductor: Cantione Antiqua
Conductor: Sidney Fixman

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