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Performance on 3

Synopsis

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Paris, City of Light
From the Queen's Hall. Edinburgh. Brian Morton presents the first of six recitals celebrating the flowering of the arts in Paris in the early years of this century. Tonight Rolf Hind plays piano music written, influenced, admired or loathed by Erik Satie. Berners Three Funeral Marches
Debussy Pour les Agréments; Pour les Degres Chromatiques; Pour les Arpèges Composees
Prokofiev Piano Sonata No 3, Op 28
(From Old Notebooks)
Satie Preludes Flasques ; Véritables Preludes Flasques
8.20 Brilliant Creatures
The first of six programmes on women who were great patrons of the arts this century.
Peggy Guggenheim was a self-confessed
"art addict" and collected the works of talented young artists all her life, including Pollock, Ernst, Picasso and Braque. She left the world a magnificent collection and gallery in Venice, where Dr Philip Rylands , director of the Guggenheim
Foundation in Venice, discusses her life and work. The programme includes archive interviews.
8.40 Poulenc Mouvements Perpétuels Satie Avant-Dernieres Pensees
Stravinsky Three Movements from "Petrushka"

Contributors

Unknown: Rolf Hind
Unknown: Erik Satie.
Unknown: Satie Preludes Flasques
Unknown: Peggy Guggenheim
Unknown: Dr Philip Rylands
Unknown: Satie Avant-Dernieres Pensees

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