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Classical Collection


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With Sarah Walker.
Mozart Symphony No 40 in G minor, K550 English Baroque Soloists, conductor John Eliot Gardiner
10.36 Vaughan Williams Who Is the Fair One? Ian Partridge (tenor), Christopher Wellington (viola), David Parkhouse (piano)
10.41 Vivaldi Sinfonia in G, RV146
Taverner Players, director Andrew Parrott
10.47 Torelli Sinfonia in D, G2
Crispian Steele-Perkins (trumpet), Collegium Musicum 90, director Simon Standage (violin)
10.52 Sammartinl Sinfonia in F, JC36 Orchestra da Camera Milano Classica , conductor Roberto Gini
11.01 Schumann Adagio and Allegro in A flat. Op 70 David Pyatt (horn), Martin Jones (piano)
11.11 Shostakovich Symphony No 15 LPO, conductor Bernard Haitink


Unknown: Sarah Walker.
Conductor: John Eliot Gardiner
Conductor: Vaughan Williams
Tenor: Christopher Wellington
Viola: David Parkhouse
Piano: Vivaldi Sinfonia
Director: Andrew Parrott
Director: Torelli Sinfonia
Unknown: Collegium Musicum
Violin: Simon Standage
Violin: Sammartinl Sinfonia
Conductor: Milano Classica
Conductor: Roberto Gini
Conductor: Schumann Adagio
Horn: David Pyatt
Horn: Martin Jones
Conductor: Bernard Haitink

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Classical Collection

BBC Radio 3, 14 October 2008 10.00

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