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BBC Proms 2005


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Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Featuring a brief overview of the German symphonic tradition, including an overture
"full of tears" and the last piece Beethoven was ever to perform as a pianist in public.
But centenary composer Karl Amadeus Hartmann's stirring and dramatic Sixth Symphony promises to steal the show, conducted by one of the foremost champions of his music, Ingo Metzmacher. Presented by Martin Handley. Gianluca Cascioli (piano),
BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Ingo Metzmacher Brahms Tragic Overture
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4 in G
8.25 Twenty Minutes: Ouagadougou
Emmanuel Dangola's story asks: why eat imported foods when the local town can provide white worms and grilled grasshoppers? Both are delicious with ginger! Read by Damian Lynch.
8.45 Wagner Prelude, Act 1: Lohengrin KA Hartmann Symphony No 6 Repeated on Tuesday 23 August at 2pm


Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Karl Amadeus
Music: Ingo MetzmacHer.
Presented By: Martin Handley.
Piano: Gianluca Cascioli
Conductor: Ingo MetzmacHer
Read By: Damian Lynch.

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