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Composer of the Week: Wiitiam Boyce


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(1711-79) 1: Early Years. William Boyce has some c!a!m to be the outstanding
Eng!!sh composer ofthe m!d-18th century. Donatd Macieod presents five programmes this week in a chronological study of his music, accompanied by Garard Green reading from the Memo/rorDrBoyce by Boyce's contemporary Sir John Hawkins. Spnng Gardens Evetyn Tubb (soprano). Frances Kei !y(trip)e harp)
Turn 7'nee unto Me Choir of New Co!iege, Oxford, director Edward Higginbottom Sympnony No S /n D m/nor Academy of Ancient Music, director Christopher Hogwood
Pe/eus and 7'net/s (excerpts) Soloists, Opera Restor'd, director Peter Hotman Producer Piers Burton-Page


Unknown: William Boyce
Unknown: Donatd MacIeod
Accompanied By: Garard Green
Unknown: Sir John Hawkins.
Soprano: Evetyn Tubb
Soprano: Frances Kei
Director: Edward Higginbottom
Director: Christopher Hogwood

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Composer of the Week: Wiitiam Boyce

BBC Radio 3, 1 November 1999 9.00

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