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BBC Proms 2000


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Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Youth Day at the Proms is rounded off with a massive performance of Walton's choral masterpiece, preceded by two newworksajazz piece from Paul Hart , and music by Philip Wilby coloured by the sounds and rhythms of Africa and inspired by the words of Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Yvonne Howard (mezzo), National Youth Choir and Wind Orchestra, conductor Andreas Hanson
Philip Wilby Suite: A New World Dancing (first performance) National Youth Jazz Orchestra, conductor Bill Ashton Paul Hart Out of Hamelin (BBC commission, first performance)
8.45 Interval: First Words
Chris de Souza explores earlywritings.
9.05 Thomas Allen (baritone), National Youth Choir, Brass Band and Orchestra, conductor Paul Daniel
Walton Belshazzar 's Feast


Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Paul Hart
Music By: Philip Wilby
Unknown: Desmond Tutu.
Unknown: Yvonne Howard
Conductor: Andreas Hanson
Conductor: Philip Wilby
Conductor: Bill Ashton
Conductor: Paul Hart
Baritone: Thomas Allen
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Conductor: Walton Belshazzar

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