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Chamber Music from Edinburgh


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From Studio 1, Edinburgh. Stephen Osborne plays piano works by Bach, Rachmaninov and Messiaen, and Adeline Ramage (soprano) and Gerald Martin Moore (piano) perform French songs.
Bach French Suite No 5 in G, BWV816
Debussy Nuits d'Etoiles; Romance; Les Cloches; Voici que le Printemps Rachmaninov Variations on a Theme ofCorelli, Op 42
8.20 Willemena's Metaphor By Beatrice Colin.
When young Robert's parents go to the Bahamas, he is left in the care of his great aunt Willemena, a woman he has never met. She turns out to look like a horse and to smell of old biscuits. Read by Kevin McKidd. Repeat
8.40 Koechlin Si Tu le Veux; La Lune Paladilhe Psyche
Chabrier Chanson pour Jeanne
Bizet Ouvre ton Coeur
Messiaen Noel ; Le Baiser de I'Enfant
Jesus; Regard de I'Esprit de Joie (Vingt Regards sur I'Enfant Jesus)


Soprano: Adeline Ramage
Soprano: Gerald Martin Moore
Unknown: Beatrice Colin.
Read By: Kevin McKidd.
Unknown: Messiaen Noel

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Chamber Music from Edinburgh

BBC Radio 3, 1 April 1997 19.30

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