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BBC Proms 2000

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Proms Millennium Youth Day
Live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. The national youth music ensembles of Great Britain perform favourite music and newly written jazz and choral works. Plus wind and brass works new to the Proms.
National Children's Orchestra, conductor Hilary Davan Weston , Bernstein Overture: Candide
Hoist Beni Mora
National Children's Wind Ensemble, conductor Phillip Scott Michael Ball Omaggio
3.15 Interval: First Words
During the four intervals, Chris de Souza explores a wealth of early writings, including those of Jane Austen ,
Anne Frank , Evelyn Waugh and Ted Hughes. Plus a dramatic adaptation of The Young
Visitors by nine-year-old Daisy Ashford.
3.35 National Children's Chamber
Orchestra, conductor Christopher Hirons Respighi The Birds
National Children's Choir, conductor Lissa Gray
Anon, 13th century Sumer Is Icumen in Weelkes Sing We at Pleasure
Victoria Duo Seraphim Clamabant Bob Chilcott Peace Mass
National Children's Choir and Chamber
Orchestra, conductor Lissa Gray Britten Psalm 150
4.25 Interval: First Words
Chris de Souza explores early writings.
4.50 National Youth Choir, director Michael Brewer
Schutz Psalm 19 "Die Himmel Erzahlen
Richard Allain Salve Regina Rachmaninov Gloria
Victor Paranjotl Drividian Dithyramb
Trad, arr Michael Brewer African Song "HambaLulu"
National Youth Brass Band, conductor Roy Newsome
Howells Joust (Pageantry)
Martin Ellerby Three movements from "Evocations "
Musorgsky, arr Elgar Howarth Baba Yaga; The Great Gate of Kiev (Pictures at an Exhibition)
5.45 Interval: First Words
Chris de Souza explores early writings.
6.05 National Youth Wind Orchestra, conductor Andreas Hanson
Philip Sparke Dance Movements National Youth Orchestra, conductor Paul Daniel
Strauss Till Eulenspiegel
Brian Kay 's Prom of the Week: page 37

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Conductor: Hilary Davan Weston
Conductor: Phillip Scott
Conductor: Michael Ball Omaggio
Unknown: Jane Austen
Unknown: Anne Frank
Unknown: Evelyn Waugh
Unknown: Ted Hughes.
Unknown: Daisy Ashford.
Conductor: Christopher Hirons
Conductor: Lissa Gray
Conductor: Lissa Gray
Director: Michael Brewer
Director: Schutz Psalm
Unknown: Himmel Erzahlen
Unknown: Rachmaninov Gloria
Unknown: Michael Brewer
Conductor: Roy Newsome
Unknown: Martin Ellerby
Conductor: Andreas Hanson
Conductor: Paul Daniel
Conductor: Strauss Till Eulenspiegel
Conductor: Brian Kay

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