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Through the Night


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With Susan Sharpe. Veljo Tormls StJohn's
Midsummer Day Songs PeterlsVasks Missa Rautavaara Vigilia Vespers
2.15 Nielsen Symphony No 6 (Sinfonia Semplice) 2. 50 Beethoven Seven variations on "Bei Mannern Welche Liebe FOhlen", ", Wo046 3.05 Mozart Die
Zauberflote (excerpts) 3.30 Hummel Trio
3.45 Alablev Overture in F minor
3.55 Peterls Vasks Flute Sonata
4.10 Kabalevsky Violin Concerto in C, Op 48
4.35 Britten Canadian Carnival, Op 19
4.50 Giles Famaby , arr Elgar Howarth Suite:. Fancies, Toyes andDreames
5.05 Messemaeckers Grande Marche
Funèbre 5.15 Kajanus Funeral March
5.35 Rudolf Matz Quartetto
5.50 Urmas Slsask Benedictio


Unknown: Susan Sharpe.
Unknown: Giles Famaby
Unknown: Elgar Howarth
Unknown: Rudolf Matz Quartetto
Unknown: Urmas Slsask Benedictio

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Through the Night

BBC Radio 3, 2 April 2001 1.00

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