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Composer of the Week: Weir

Synopsis

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4/5. Donald Macleod discusses with Judith Weir several references in her works to appearance and disappearance, the present and the absent, and of things sometimes being not quite what they seem.
Don't Let That Horse Eat That Violin
Jane Manning (soprano), Roger Montgomery (horn) Music Untangled BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Grant Llewelyn
The Vanishing Bridegroom (excerpt) Soloists, Scottish Opera Orchestra, conductor Justin Brown
Moon and Star BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis
Blond Eckbert (excerpt) Anne-Marie Owens
(mezzo), Christopher Ventris (tenor), Nicholas Folwell (baritone), English National Opera
Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Sian Edwards Ardnamurchan Point
Petra Casen and William Howard (pianos) Repeated on Wednesday at 12 midnight

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: Judith Weir
Violin: Jane Manning
Soprano: Roger Montgomery
Conductor: Grant Llewelyn
Conductor: Justin Brown
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Unknown: Anne-Marie Owens
Tenor: Christopher Ventris
Tenor: Nicholas Folwell
Conductor: Sian Edwards
Unknown: Petra Casen
Pianos: William Howard

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Composer of the Week: Weir

BBC Radio 3, 3 June 2004 12.00






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