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Morning Performance

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New Horizons
A week of music-making from some of the country's most skilled amateur bands and choirs. Introduced by Tommy Pearson. Chetham 's Music School Wind Orchestra, conductors Ian Dickinson and Timothy Reynish
Kenneth Hesketh Masque Christopher Marshall Aue Hesketh Dancerie
Berkshire Youth Choir, conductors Gillian Dibden and Mark Griffiths
Vecchl Canzonetta
Stanford Heraclitus
Roger Steptoe Sweet Neglect
Rhlan Samuel My River Runs to Thee; The Rat Guildhall School of Music and Drama Brass Band. conductor Paul Cosh Birtwistle Salford Toccata
Henze Ragtimes and Habaneras Berkshire Youth Choir arr Bartholomew Humble arr Dawson Ezekiel Saw the Wheel arr Brewer Hamba Lulu

Contributors

Introduced By: Tommy Pearson.
Conductors: Ian Dickinson
Conductors: Timothy Reynish
Unknown: Kenneth Hesketh Masque
Unknown: Christopher Marshall
Conductors: Gillian Dibden
Conductors: Mark Griffiths
Unknown: Vecchl Canzonetta
Unknown: Stanford Heraclitus
Unknown: Roger Steptoe
Unknown: Rhlan Samuel
Unknown: Dawson Ezekiel

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Morning Performance

BBC Radio 3, 27 June 2001 11.30






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