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Voices and Instruments

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Fourth of six weekly programmes given by the BBC Chorus
Harald Genzmer Music for four wind instruments (first broadcast performance in this country)
11.22* Heinz Werner Zimmermann Gelobt sei der Herr taglich; Uns ist ein Kind geboren, for chorus and double-bass (continued in next column)
11.29* Arnold Cooke Lord, Thou hast been our refuge, for unaccompanied chorus
11.39* Neil Saunders Fantasia for brass quartet
11.45* Michael Short The triumph of reason over superstition, for chorus and brass quartet (first broadcast performance)
11.50* Friedrich Zehm Vagantenlied, for two trumpets, trombone, double-bass and piano (first broadcast performance in this country) SYMPHONlAE. SACRAE
Michael Laird (trumpet) Iaan Wilson (trumpet)
Roger Brenner (trombone) Martin Nicholls (trombone)
J. EDWARD MERRETT (double-bass) PAUL HAMBURGER (piano) BBC CHORUS conductor PETER GELLHORN

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Laird
Unknown: Iaan Wilson
Unknown: Roger Brenner
Unknown: Martin Nicholls
Double-Bass: J. Edward Merrett
Piano: Paul Hamburger
Conductor: Peter Gellhorn

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Voices and Instruments

BBC Radio 3, 31 January 1972 11.15






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