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Morning Performance


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Artist in Focus: The SCO in Pieces
Linda Ormiston eavesdrops on the Scottish Chamber Orchestra in chamber music mood and hears the singing of the orchestra's roadie, Dave Brady.
Strauss Serenade for 13 winds, Op 7 SCO Winds, conductor Douglas Boyd Mozart Piano Sonata in E flat, K282 Paul Lewis
Mozart String Quartet in B flat, K458 (Hunt) Ruth Crouch and Charles Mutter (violins), Sophie Renshaw (viola), Ursula Smith (cello) King Crimson Discipline
Richard Thompson Strange Affair Mr McFall 's Chamber
Krommer Bassoon Quartet in B flat,
Op 46 No 1 Ursula Leveaux (bassoon), Catherine Marwood and Simon Rawson
(violas), Ursula Smith (cello)


Unknown: Linda Ormiston
Unknown: Dave Brady.
Unknown: Strauss Serenade
Conductor: Douglas Boyd
Unknown: Paul Lewis
Unknown: Ruth Crouch
Violins: Charles Mutter
Viola: Sophie Renshaw
Viola: Ursula Smith
Unknown: Richard Thompson
Unknown: Mr McFall
Bassoon: Catherine Marwood
Bassoon: Simon Rawson
Violas: Ursula Smith

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Morning Performance

BBC Radio 3, 14 May 2002 11.30

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