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Performance on 3

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Sarah Walker presents this celebration of Richard Rodney Bennett 's 70th birthday, live from the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London.
Andy Scott (saxophone), Richard Rodney Bennett (piano), BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor John Wilson
Richard Rodney Bennett Partita;
Country Dances (chamber version; first performance); Concerto for Stan Getz
8.30 Twenty Minutes: I Love a Piano
Richard Rodney Bennett is renowned not only as a composer and pianist but also as a cabaret performer. He meets his regular partner, singer Claire Martin , round the piano to discuss their methods of making music together, and to perform parts of some of their favourite songs.
8.50 Richard Rodney Bennett
Suite: Gormenghast; Suite: Far from the Madding Crowd; Love Theme (Film score: Yanks) Suite: Murder on the Orient Express

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Walker
Unknown: Richard Rodney Bennett
Unknown: Queen Elizabeth Hall
Unknown: Richard Rodney
Conductor: John Wilson
Conductor: Richard Rodney
Unknown: Stan Getz
Piano: Richard Rodney Bennett
Singer: Claire Martin
Songs: Richard Rodney Bennett

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