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Morning Sequence

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Schumann Bilderaus
Osten: Keith Swallow and John Wilson (piano duet)
9.55 Panufnik String
Sextet: Park Lane Sextet
10.09 Haydn Piano Trio in B flat (H XV 20)
Ronald Thomas (violin) Raphael Wallfisch (cello) Anthony Goldstone (piano)
10.24 Purcell Sonata
No 6 in G minor (1697) Purcell Quartet
10.33 Scarlatti Sonatas: in C (Kk 515); in E (Kk 206) in D (Kk 29)
Christian Blackshaw (piano)
10.47
Schubert Philoctet ; Orest auf Tauris; Antigone und
Oedip Emma Kirkby (soprano)
Stephen Varcoe (baritone) Peter Seymour (fortepiano)
10.58 Beethoven Sonata in C minor, Op 30 No 2
Lorraine McAslan (violin) Nigel Clayton (piano)
11.24 Pick-Mangiagalli Three Miniatures, Op 4 Keith Swallow and John Wilson (piano duet) Producer Mark Rowlinson

Contributors

Unknown: Schumann Bilderaus
Piano: John Wilson
Violin: Ronald Thomas
Cello: Raphael Wallfisch
Piano: Anthony Goldstone
Piano: Christian Blackshaw
Piano: Schubert Philoctet
Soprano: Oedip Emma Kirkby
Baritone: Stephen Varcoe
Baritone: Peter Seymour
Unknown: Beethoven Sonata
Violin: Lorraine McAslan
Piano: Nigel Clayton
Piano: John Wilson
Producer: Mark Rowlinson

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