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Afternoon on 3


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Introduced by Penny Gore .
Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
A week of concerts featuring performances from a series recorded in Liverpool last autumn. Korngold Fanfare No I Onyx Brass Quintet
Goossens Pastorate et Harlequinade In Triplicate Ives The Innate
Doric Quartet, Alasdair Beatson (piano) Finzi Let Us Garlands Bring
Simon Bailey (bass-baritone), Claire Dunham (piano) Thomson The Plough That Broke the Plain Onyx Brass Quintet
Piston Suite for Oboe and Piano
Sally Richardson (oboe), Claire Dunham (piano) Howells Violin Sonata No 3 in E minor, Op 38 Jack Liebeck , Ashley Wass (piano)
Ives Halloween Doric Quartet. Alasdair Beatson (piano), Josephine Large (bass drum)
2.00 British Symphony Series Bantock Omar Khayyam (Part 2)
Catherine Wyn-Rogers (mezzo), Toby Spence (tenor), Roderick Williams (baritone), BBC Symphony
Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley Peter Maxwell Davies Symphony No 7
BBC Philharmonic, conducted by the composer Beethoven Piano Concerto No I in C Cedric Tiberghien , BBCSSO, conductor Baldur Bronnimann


Introduced By: Penny Gore
Piano: Alasdair Beatson
Bass-Baritone: Simon Bailey
Bass-Baritone: Claire Dunham
Oboe: Sally Richardson
Oboe: Claire Dunham
Unknown: Jack Liebeck
Piano: Alasdair Beatson
Piano: Josephine Large
Unknown: Bantock Omar Khayyam
Unknown: Catherine Wyn-Rogers
Tenor: Toby Spence
Baritone: Roderick Williams
Conductor: Vernon Handley
Conductor: Peter Maxwell Davies
Unknown: Cedric Tiberghien
Conductor: Baldur Bronnimann

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