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Morning Performance


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Towards Kurt Weill
With Christopher Cook.
5: Looking East. To the east of Kurt Weill 's Germany, Prague and Budapest witnessed some extraordinary musical developments, while Russia -transmogrified into the USSR - entered the 1920s with a short-lived phase of bold experimentation. Busoni Berceuse Elegiaque , Op 42 BBCSO, conductor Oliver Knussen Eisler Suite No 1
BBCSO, conductor Israel Yinon
Shostakovich Three Fantastic Dances Viv McLean (piano)
Bartok String Quartet No 3 Belcea Quartet
Mosolov The Iron Foundry
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor John Carewe
Alois Haba String Quartet No 2 Picasso Quartet
Martinu La Bagarre Stephen Coombs
(piano), BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor John Carewe See Performance on 3 7.30pm


Unknown: Kurt Weill
Unknown: Christopher Cook.
Unknown: Kurt Weill
Unknown: Busoni Berceuse Elegiaque
Conductor: Oliver Knussen
Piano: Viv McLean
Conductor: John Carewe
Conductor: Alois Haba
Piano: Stephen Coombs
Conductor: John Carewe

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