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Hear and Now

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Ivan Hewett presents a concert recorded at LSO St
Luke's in London, and talks to composer Gerald Barry. Gerald Barry Wiener Blut
Michael Finnissy Alongside Clive Williamson (piano) Gerald Barry Handel 's Favourite Song Mark van der Wiel (clarinet)
Ian Vine ocreoscuro (first performance)
Gerald Barry Lisbon (first UK performance) London Sinfonietta, conductor Richard Baker Thomas Ades Chamber Symphony
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, conducted by the composer. Recorded earlier this year at CBSO Centre, Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: Ivan Hewett
Unknown: Gerald Barry.
Unknown: Michael Finnissy
Piano: Clive Williamson
Piano: Gerald Barry Handel
Clarinet: Mark van Der Wiel
Clarinet: Ian Vine
Unknown: Gerald Barry Lisbon
Conductor: Richard Baker
Conductor: Thomas Ades

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