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Record Release


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Mozart, reconstr Philip Wilby Concerto in F
(K 315f) for violin and piano (first movement)
Amsterdam Mozart Players/ Rainer Kiissmaul (violin) Monika Leonhardt (piano)
9.43 Trad Were You
There? (Spiritual)
Monteverdi Maledetto sial'aspetto
Galuppi Eviva rosa bella Roland Hayes (tenor) Reginald Boardman (piano) (Mono 1939)
9.52 Coleridge Taylor The Death of Minnehaha (Song of Hiawatha)
Helen Field (soprano) Arthur Davies (tenor) Bryn Terfel (baritone) Welsh NO Chorus and Orch/Kenneth Alwyn
10.31 Band Music of the American Civil War
Eastman Wind Ensemble/ Frederick Fennell
10.43 Goehr Sinfonia ,
Op 42: London Sinfonietta/ Oliver Knussen
11.07 Paganini Guitar Quartet in A minor
Anthea Gifford (guitar) Mozart String Trio


Unknown: Philip Wilby
Violin: Rainer Kiissmaul
Piano: Monika Leonhardt
Unknown: Monteverdi Maledetto
Tenor: Roland Hayes
Piano: Reginald Boardman
Soprano: Helen Field
Tenor: Arthur Davies
Baritone: Bryn Terfel
Unknown: Frederick Fennell
Unknown: Goehr Sinfonia
Unknown: Oliver Knussen
Guitar: Anthea Gifford

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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