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BBC Proms 2001


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Another chance to hear last Friday's concert, presented by James Naughtie. Emma Bell , Sarah Fox ,
Gweneth-Ann Jeffers and Sally Matthews (sopranos). Anna Burford, Sarah Connolly ,
Emma Curtis and Louise Mott (mezzos), Alfred Boe , Wynne Evans , Gwyn Hughes Jones and Rhys Meirion (tenors), Leigh Melrose and Hakan Vramsmo (baritones), Jonathan Lemalu and James Rutherford (basses), Guy Johnston (cello),
BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Leonard Slatkin
Colin Matthews Fanfare (BBC commission, first performance) Britten, orch Matthews Overture: Paul Bunyan
Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music Eigar Cello Concerto in E minor John Adams Harmonium (R)


Presented By: James Naughtie.
Presented By: Emma Bell
Presented By: Sarah Fox
Presented By: Gweneth-Ann Jeffers
Sopranos: Sally Matthews
Unknown: Sarah Connolly
Unknown: Emma Curtis
Unknown: Louise Mott
Unknown: Alfred Boe
Unknown: Wynne Evans
Unknown: Gwyn Hughes Jones
Tenors: Rhys Meirion
Tenors: Leigh Melrose
Tenors: Hakan Vramsmo
Baritones: Jonathan Lemalu
Baritones: James Rutherford
Cello: Guy Johnston
Conductor: Leonard Slatkin
Conductor: Colin Matthews
Unknown: Paul Bunyan
Unknown: Vaughan Williams Serenade
Unknown: John Adams Harmonium

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