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BBC Proms 2005


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Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
An all-English programme including Tippett's lyrical concerto and Hoist's largest orchestral work, concluding with Pluto added by Colin Matthews in 2000. Presented by Paul Guinery. Steven Osborne (piano), New London Chamber Choir (women's voices), BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conductor Martyn Brabbins
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
Tippett Piano Concerto
8.25 Twenty Minutes: Future Music
Music has changed dramatically over the last century, but is it possible to predict how it will sound a hundred years from now, or a thousand? Charles Shaar Murray turns to the world of science fiction for some suggestions.
8.45 Hoist Suite: The Planets
Colin Matthews Pluto Rptd Thursday 18 August 2.30pm


Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Colin Matthews
Presented By: Paul Guinery.
Piano: Steven Osborne
Conductor: Martyn Brabbins
Conductor: Vaughan Williams Fantasia
Unknown: Thomas Tallis
Unknown: Charles Shaar Murray
Unknown: Colin Matthews Pluto Rptd

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