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International Festival of Light Music

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The fourth of five concerts incorporating the South Bank
Pops Concerts direct from the Royal Festival Hall, London Gilbert and Sullivan for All
VALERIE MASTERSON (soprano) HELEN LANDIS (soprano) THOMAS ROUND (tenor) JOHN CARTIER (baritone) DONALD ADAMS (bass)
BOURNEMOUTH GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERATIC SOCIETY, CROYDON OPERATIC AND DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION, GEOIDS AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY, GROSVENOR LIGHT OPERA COMPANY, SOUTHEND OPERATIC AND DRAMATIC SOCIETY
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Guest conductor Michael Moores The programme includes excerpts from The Yeomen of the Guard, The Gondoliers, Utopia Ltd, The Mikado, Princess Ida, The Pirates of Penzance and HMS Pinafore Part 1

Contributors

Soprano: Valerie Masterson
Soprano: Helen Landis
Tenor: Thomas Round
Baritone: John Cartier
Bass: Donald Adams
Conductor: Michael Moores

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International Festival of Light Music

BBC Radio 2, 24 June 1972 19.32






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