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Harold Pinter: Voices


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A major event to mark Harold Pinter 's 75th birthday. Some of the tormentors and the tormented from Pinter's later plays are assembled together in a new dramatic work with a harrowing musical setting by the composer
James Clarke. Voices taking part include Harry Burton , Gawn Grainger , Gabrielle Hamilton , Anastasia Hille , Douglas Hodge , Roger Lloyd
Pack, Harold Pinter , Andy de la Tour and Indira Varma. With music by Azeri singer
Fatma Mehralieva , Eileen Aagaard and Rolande van der Paal (sopranos), Apartment House, Prometheus Ensemble conducted by Etienne Siebens , and the BBCSO conducted by Martyn Brabbins and David Porcelijn. There will also be a discussion following the broadcast. Producers Ned Chaillet and Philip Tagney


Unknown: Harold Pinter
Unknown: James Clarke.
Unknown: Harry Burton
Unknown: Gawn Grainger
Unknown: Gabrielle Hamilton
Unknown: Anastasia Hille
Unknown: Douglas Hodge
Unknown: Roger Lloyd
Unknown: Harold Pinter
Unknown: Indira Varma.
Singer: Fatma Mehralieva
Singer: Eileen Aagaard
Conducted By: Etienne Siebens
Conducted By: Martyn Brabbins
Conducted By: David Porcelijn.
Producers: Ned Chaillet

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Harold Pinter: Voices

BBC Radio 3, 10 October 2005 21.30

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