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Young Artists' Forum

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Sandy Burnett presents the third of six programmes showcasing outstanding young musicians. This week's programme features some heartfelt Russian songs, virtuosic recorder music spanning four centuries, and one of the great violin sonatas.
Tchaikovsky Both Painful and Sweet; Not a Word, Beloved; None but the Lonely Heart; Why? (Six Songs, Op 6) Rachmaninov In the Silent Night; 0 Sing No More; Spring Waters Louise Mott (mezzo),
Alexander Taylor (piano)
Boismortier Sonata in G minor
Wander van Nieuwkerk Kadanza
Madrigal arrangements by Weelkes, East and Baldwine
Trio Tagarela
Brahms Violin Sonata No 3 in D minor, Op 108
Sarasate Habanera
Matthew Trusler (violin), Zoe Mather (piano)
During the interval. Alison Prain talks to the administrator of the Kathleen Ferrier Award, founded in 1953 to encourage young British singers.

Contributors

Unknown: Sandy Burnett
Unknown: Louise Mott
Piano: Alexander Taylor
Violin: Matthew Trusler
Piano: Zoe Mather
Talks: Alison Prain
Unknown: Kathleen Ferrier

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Young Artists' Forum

BBC Radio 3, 8 November 1997 15.30






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