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Afternoon on 3

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Introduced by Louise Fryer
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
1/4. The first of four programmes of chamber music performed by members of the Radio 3 New Generation Artists scheme. Henze Three Auden Songs
Andrew Kennedy (tenor), Christopher Glynn (piano) Franck Piano Quintet in F minor
Cedric Tiberghien (piano), Psophos Quartet
2.00 Salzburg Festival
Mozart Overture: Lucio Silla ;
Galimathias Musicum , K32: Symphony in G, K45a (Lambach); Concertone in C for two violins, K190; Symphony No 29 in A K201
Mozarteum Orchestra, Salzburg, conductor FabioBiondi
Brahms Clarinet Sonata in E flat, Op 120 No 2
Jorg Widmann (clarinet), Helene Grimaud (piano)
4.00 The Making of Music
22/30. Those Who Got Away. Louise Fryer presents performances of the music featured in James Naughtie 's Radio 4 series. She continues by revealing what happened to the composers who were exiles from Hitler's Europe. Bartok and Arnold Schoenberg fled to America, while others, like Berthold Goldschmidt , came to England.

Contributors

Introduced By: Louise Fryer
Tenor: Andrew Kennedy
Tenor: Christopher Glynn
Piano: Cedric Tiberghien
Piano: Psophos Quartet
Unknown: Lucio Silla
Unknown: Galimathias Musicum
Clarinet: Jorg Widmann
Clarinet: Helene Grimaud
Unknown: Louise Fryer
Unknown: James Naughtie
Unknown: Berthold Goldschmidt

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