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CD Review


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Andrew McGregor plays some of this month's classical music CD releases.
9.30 Buildinga Library: Rodney Milnes makes a recommendation from the available recordings of Puccini's Madama Butterfly.
10.15 A round-up of recent reissues.
10.45 Stephen Johnson reviews new orchestral releases, including Messiaen's
Eclairs sur l'Au-delà from Simon Rattle and the Berlin PO, Bruckner's Seventh Symphony from Philippe Herreweghe andtheChamps-Elysees Orchestra, and Robert Simpson 's llth
Symphony from the City of London Sinfonia conducted by Matthew Taylor.
11.15 An interview with Martin Baker , master of music at Westminster Cathedral, who talks about the choir's recent recordings of music by Maxwell Davies , MacMillan and Victoria.
11.45 The Listening Booth: Yourchanceto request some of the latest CD releases from the list on the programme website .
12.30 Disc of the Week: All'lmprowiso - Ciaccone, Bergamasche, eunPo' di Follie
(excerpts) Lucilla Galeazzi and Marco Beasley (singers), Gianluigi Trovesi (clarinet),
L' Arpeggiata, director Christina Pluhar (harp/theorbo)
www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/cdreview PHONE: [number removed] email: cdreview@bbc.co.uk Text: [number removed] Disc details are posted on the website and on CEEFAX, BBC1, page 651


Unknown: Andrew McGregor
Unknown: Rodney Milnes
Unknown: Stephen Johnson
Unknown: Simon Rattle
Unknown: Philippe Herreweghe
Unknown: Robert Simpson
Conducted By: Matthew Taylor.
Unknown: Martin Baker
Music By: Maxwell Davies
Unknown: Lucilla Galeazzi
Singers: Marco Beasley
Singers: Gianluigi Trovesi
Harp: Christina Pluhar

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