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In Tune


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Sean Rafferty delves into the British Library's Sound Archive, and asks its curator how recordings have changed the way we perform and listen to music. Music includes at 5.35 Handel's Va Tacito (Giulio Cesare ) performed by Nathalie Stutzmann (contralto) and the Hanover Band conducted by Roy Goodman ; at 5.50
Shostakovich's Three Violin Duets played by Itzhak Perlman and Pinchas Zukerman (violins) with Samuel Sanders (piano); and at 6.40 Schumann's Konzertstuck in F, Op 86, played by Robert Bonnevie , Mark Robbins , David C Knapp and Scott Wilson (horns) with the Seattle Symphony
Orchestra conducted by Gerard Schwarz.


Unknown: Sean Rafferty
Unknown: Giulio Cesare
Contralto: Nathalie Stutzmann
Conducted By: Roy Goodman
Played By: Itzhak Perlman
Played By: Pinchas Zukerman
Piano: Samuel Sanders
Played By: Robert Bonnevie
Played By: Mark Robbins
Played By: David C Knapp
Horns: Scott Wilson
Conducted By: Gerard Schwarz.

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