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The Sunday Prom


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In the second of six programmes recorded at this year's Henry Wood
Promenade Concerts and in the presence of HRH The Prince of Wales
The Jeunesses Musicales World Orchestra is conducted by Lawrence Foster in a performance of one of the masterworks of the 20th century Bartok Concerto for Orchestra
Each year young musicians from many parts of the world get together. This year the United Kingdom and Switzerland are the hosts to the orchestra. They are playing one of the most attractive 20th-century works, which is a tremendous technical challenge for a young orchestra.
Introduced by MICHAEL RODD
Sound vie godrich
Lighting tommy THOMAS
Executive producer RODNEY GREENBERG Director ROY TIPPING iNext week in The Sunday Prom: Richard Strauss's Domestic Symphony, conducted by Charles Mackcrras )


Conducted By: Lawrence Foster
Introduced By: Michael Rodd
Producer: Rodney Greenberg
Director: Roy Tipping
Conducted By: Charles MacKcrras

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