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Bristol Lunchtime Concert


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If Music Be the Love of Food! live from St George 's, Brandon Hill , Bristol. SARAH WALKER
ROGER VIGNOLES (piano) Jeremy Nicholas Place Settings Aperitif:
Martini Plaisir d'amour Cole Porter The Tale of the Oyster
Fish Course:
Mahler St Anthony's Sermon to the Fishes Insalata Verdi:
Verdi La seduzione; Stornello
Poultry Course:
Chabrier Villanelle des petits canards; Ballade des gros dindons; Pastorale des cochons roses
Meat Course, Tomedos Rossini :
Rossini Adieux a la vie; Chanson du bebe Sweet Course:
William Bolcom Lime jello, Marshmallow,
Cottage Cheese Surprise Night on the Tiles:
Poulenc Avant Ie cinema Jeremy Nicholas Usherettes' Blues Land of Nod:
Geoffrey Wright
Transatlantic Lullaby (Presented by St George 's
Music Trust) BBC Bnstol
0 TICKETS: at the door


Unknown: St George
Unknown: Brandon Hill
Mezzo-Soprano: Sarah Walker
Piano: Roger Vignoles
Piano: Jeremy Nicholas
Unknown: Tomedos Rossini
Unknown: William Bolcom Lime
Unknown: Jeremy Nicholas

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Bristol Lunchtime Concert

BBC Radio 3, 2 November 1989 13.05

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