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Radio 3 at Christ's Hospital


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James Bowman (counter-tenor) Martyn Hill (tenor), Paul Elli ott (tenor). Geoffrey Shaw (bar), Oliver Brookes (bass viol), James Tyler (lute, renaissance guitar and tenor viol), Robert Spencer (lute), Christopher Hogwood (organ and harp) director DAVID MUNROW (recorder, cornemuse and dulcian) FIRES OF LONDON
Mary Thomas (sop). Alan Hacker (basset-clarinet), Duncan Druce (viola). Stephen Pruslin (piano, harpsichord and celesta), Gary Kettel (percussion) director PETER MAXWELL DAVIES With AVERIL WILLIAMS (flute) MARILYN SANSOM (cello)
Fifteenth-century Flemish music, including works by Obrecht, Ockeghem, Busnois, Compere and Josquin des Prés.
Introduced by DAVID MUNROW
9.45* Interval Reading
9.50* Concert: part 2
Peter Maxwell Davies Hymn to St Magnus. Introduced by the composer and preceded by the anonymous St Magnus hymn, Nobilis humilis, on which the work is based.


Tenor: Paul Elli
Tenor: Geoffrey Shaw
Bass: Oliver Brookes
Unknown: James Tyler
Unknown: Robert Spencer
Unknown: Christopher Hogwood
Basset-Clarinet: Duncan Druce
Viola: Stephen Pruslin
Unknown: Gary Kettel
Director: Peter Maxwell Davies
Cello: Marilyn Sansom
Introduced By: David Munrow
Unknown: Peter Maxwell Davies

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Radio 3 at Christ's Hospital

BBC Radio 3, 5 October 1975 21.00

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