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Charles Hazlewood Discovering Music

Synopsis

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2/3. Charles Hazlewood , with the period-instrument orchestra Harmonieband, focuses on Mozart in a series of audience workshops. Today he examines the Symphony No 39 in E flat, the first of his final trilogy of symphonies, all composed in the summer of 1788. See also The Magic Flute, tonight at 7pm on BBC4; a repeat of the second episode of The Genius of Mozart on Sunday at 7pm on BBC4, with the final episode on Friday at 9pm on BBC2; and Mozart Uncovered. Friday 10pm BBC4

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Unknown: Charles Hazlewood






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