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Afternoon on 3


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With Jonathan Swain.
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
From the Wigmore Hall, London, the Emerson Quartet performs Haydn's arrangement of his music written for the cathedral in Cadiz. Presented by Fiona Talkington. Haydn The Seven Last Words
2.00 Cleveland Old and New
This week's programmes feature performances by the Cleveland Orchestra and by Apollo's Fire, the Cleveland Barogue Orchestra.
Mozart Overture: Don Giovanni ; Symphony No 40 in G minor, K550
Apollo's Fire, director Jeannette Sorrell Bach St John Passion, BWV245
Jollie Greenleaf and Anne Grimm (sopranos),
Kirsten Solliek (mezzo), Richard Edgar-Wilson and Marc Molomot (tenors), Tom Megiloranza
(baritone), Apollo's Singers, Apollo's Fire, conductor Jeannette Sorrell
Mozart Symphony No 28 in C, K200
Cleveland Orchestra, conductor Franz Welser-Most


Unknown: Jonathan Swain.
Presented By: Fiona Talkington.
Unknown: Don Giovanni
Unknown: Jollie Greenleaf
Sopranos: Anne Grimm
Sopranos: Kirsten Solliek
Unknown: Richard Edgar-Wilson
Tenors: Marc Molomot
Tenors: Tom Megiloranza
Conductor: Jeannette Sorrell
Conductor: Franz Welser-Most
Evangelist: Ian Honeyman (tenor)
Jesus: Jeffrey Strauss (baritone)
Pilate: Michael McMurray (bass)

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