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Performance on 3

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From the North Wales International Music Festival, St Asaph Cathedral, the BBC
Singers perform music by Welsh composers from Thomas Tomkins to William Mathias and celebrate the 70th birthdays of Jonathan Harvey and John McCabe. Presented by Martin Handley. BBC Singers, conductor David Hill Gabriel Jackson To Music
Tomkins Musicke Devine ; When David Heard Hoddinott Out of the Deep
Jonathan Harvey I Love the Lord John McCabe Motet
Britten Choral Dances from Gloriana Blngham The Spirit of Truth
Whyte Christe qui lux es et dies Maconchy Nocturnal
Rootham Daybreak at Sea Mathias A Royal Garland
Including at 7.50 Twenty Minutes: The End of Summer A short story by Helen Dunmore , read by Jonathan Firth.

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Tomkins
Unknown: William Mathias
Unknown: Jonathan Harvey
Unknown: John McCabe.
Presented By: Martin Handley.
Conductor: David Hill
Conductor: Gabriel Jackson
Music: Tomkins Musicke Devine
Unknown: David Heard
Unknown: Jonathan Harvey
Unknown: John McCabe
Unknown: Whyte Christe
Unknown: Rootham Daybreak
Story By: Helen Dunmore
Read By: Jonathan Firth.

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