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Classical Collection

Synopsis

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With Sarah Walker.
Mozart Flute Concerto in D, K314 Julius Baker , I Solisti di Zagreb, conductor Antonio Janigro
10.21 Ireland Columbine Eric Parkin (piano)
10.26 Strauss Es gibt ein Reich.... Die Dame gibt mit trubem Sinn (Ariadne auf Naxos, Act 2)
Staatskapelle Dresden , conductor Giuseppe Sinopoli
10.38 Handel Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne, HWV74 Susan Gritton (soprano), Robin Blaze (countertenor), Michael George (bass),
Choir of King's College, Cambridge, The Academy of Ancient Music, conductor Stephen Cleobury
11.04 Moszkowski Etincelles , Op 36 No 6 Paderewski Melodie in G flat, Op 16 No 2
Chaminade Pierrette, Op 41 Stephen Hough (piano)
11.14 Musgrave Pierrot David le Page (violin),
Victoria Soames Samek (clarinet), Mark Troop (piano)
11.35 Young, reconstr Stromberg Suite: Scaramouche Brandenburg PO, conductor Richard Kaufman

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Walker.
Unknown: Julius Baker
Conductor: Antonio Janigro
Piano: Eric Parkin
Conductor: Staatskapelle Dresden
Conductor: Giuseppe Sinopoli
Conductor: Handel Ode
Soprano: Susan Gritton
Soprano: Robin Blaze
Bass: Michael George
Conductor: Stephen Cleobury
Conductor: Moszkowski Etincelles
Unknown: Paderewski Melodie
Piano: Stephen Hough
Piano: Musgrave Pierrot David
Clarinet: Victoria Soames Samek
Conductor: Richard Kaufman
Ariadne: Deborah Voigt (soprano)
Zerbinetta: Natalie Dessay (soprano)
Brighella: Christoph Genze (tenor)
Scaramouche: Ian Thompson (tenor)
Harlekin: Stephan Genz (baritone)
Truffaidin: Sami Luttinen (bass)






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