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Composer of the Week: Ethel Smyth

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(1858-1944). 1: SteppingOut
This week Donald Macieod is joined by conductor Odaline de la Martinez , an authority on this week's subject- Ethel Smyth. The composer studied at Leipzig Conservatory in 1877 under Heinrich von Herzogenberg . After some early chamber works, her British orchestral debut was with the Serenade in D, followed by the Mass in D, which was first performed by the Royal Choral Society in 1893. Serenade in DBBC Philharmonic, conductor Odaline de la Martinez
StringQuartet in E minor (1st mvt) Archaeus Quartet
Mass in D (Sanctus)
Janis Hardy (alto), Plymouth Festival Orchestra, conductor Philip Brunelle Producer Johannah Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacIeod
Conductor: Odaline de la Martinez
Unknown: Ethel Smyth.
Unknown: Heinrich von Herzogenberg
Conductor: Odaline de la Martinez
Unknown: Janis Hardy
Conductor: Philip Brunelle
Producer: Johannah Smith

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Composer of the Week: Ethel Smyth

BBC Radio 3, 1 October 2001 9.00






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