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Morning Sequence

Synopsis

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Komgold Theme and Variations
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth
10.10 Artist of the Week:
Andrew Davis (harpsichord) Bach Concerto in C for
Three Harpsichords (BWV1064)
Philip Ledger (harpsichord) English Chamber Orchestra, directed by Raymond Leppard (harpsichord)
10.27 Monteclalr
17 Dispetto in amore Gerard Lesne
(countertenor)
Les Arts Florissants, director William Christie
10.39 Debussy Cello Sonata
Mstislav Rostropovich
(cello)
Benjamin Britten (piano)
10.53 Beethoven
Symphony No 4 in B flat The London Classical
Players, conductor Roger Norrington
11.25 Purcefl
If music be the food of love; Sweeter than roses Catherine Bott (soprano)
David Roblou (harpsichord)
11.31 KorngoM
Suite; Much ado about nothing
BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth

Contributors

Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
Harpsichord: Andrew Davis
Harpsichord: Philip Ledger
Directed By: Raymond Leppard
Unknown: Gerard Lesne
Director: William Christie
Cello: Mstislav Rostropovich
Piano: Benjamin Britten
Conductor: Roger Norrington
Soprano: Catherine Bott
Harpsichord: David Roblou
Conductor: Barry Wordsworth

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