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Afternoon on 3

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Introduced by Penny Gore .
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
From the Wigmore Hall in London, Sarah Walker introduces a recital in which bass-baritone Gerald Finley and pianist
Julius Drake perform German songs by Grieg and Schumann settings of words by Heinrich Heine.
2.00 The Alps
Pfitzner Three Preludes from Palestrina
Suisse Romande Orchestra/Marek Janowski Busoni Violin Concerto in D, Op 35a Frank Peter Zimmermann , Suisse Romande Orchestra, conductor Marek Janowski Schnittke Violin Sonata No I
Alissa Margulis , Polina Leschenko (piano)
Liu Tieshan/Mao Yuan Dance of the Yao People China Broadcasting Chinese Orchestra, conductor Pang Ka-Pang Martin In Terra Pax Soloists MDR Radio Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Hartmut Haenchen
Strauss Four Interludes (Intermezzo) Suisse
Romande Orchestra, conductor Marek Janowski Prokofiev Piano Concerto No 2 Nikolai Lugansky , Suisse Romande Orchestra, conductor Marek Janowski

Contributors

Introduced By: Penny Gore
Introduces: Sarah Walker
Baritone: Gerald Finley
Pianist: Julius Drake
Unknown: Heinrich Heine.
Violin: Janowski Busoni
Unknown: Frank Peter Zimmermann
Conductor: Marek Janowski
Unknown: Alissa Margulis
Piano: Polina Leschenko
Conductor: Hartmut Haenchen
Conductor: Marek Janowski
Unknown: Nikolai Lugansky
Conductor: Marek Janowski

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