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Composer of the Week: Stanford


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La Belle dame sans merci
Janet Baker (mezzo) Gerald Moore (piano)
The rain it raineth every day (Clown's Songs from Twelth Night")
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor)
Graham Johnson (piano) Drake's Drum
(Songs of the Sea)
Benjamin Luxon (baritone) Bournemouth SO and Chorus, conductor Norman Del Mar
The Bluebird
Cambridge Singers, conductor John Rutter
The Fairy Lough (An Irish Idyll); A Soft Day (A Sheaf of Songs from Leinster)
Kathleen Ferrier (contralto) Frederick Stone (piano) Songs of the Fleet
Benjamin Luxon (baritone) Bournemouth
Symphony Chorus and Orchestra/Norman Del Mar Producer David Byers Discs


Unknown: Janet Baker
Piano: Gerald Moore
Tenor: Anthony Rolfe Johnson
Piano: Graham Johnson
Baritone: Benjamin Luxon
Conductor: Norman Del Mar
Conductor: John Rutter
Contralto: Kathleen Ferrier
Piano: Frederick Stone
Baritone: Benjamin Luxon

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Composer of the Week: Stanford

BBC Radio 3, 19 October 1995 12.00

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