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Morning Performance


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Incidental Music for Plays
Composer Dominic Muldowney , who has written many scores for the theatre, celebrates this particular branch of music in a week of programmes which take us from the age of Beethoven to the present day. He begins his journey with theatre music from the early 19th century. Beethoven Overture: Egmont
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conductor Joseph Swensen
Beethoven Egmont (excerpts) Suzannah Clarke (soprano), BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Matthew Rowe
Weber Turandot (excerpts) BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Barry Wordsworth Schubert Rosamunde (excerpts) Concertgebouw Orchestra, conductor
Eduard van Beinum
Sullivan The Tempest (excerpts)
Suzannah Clarke (soprano), BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor Matthew Rowe Faure Shylock Toby Spence (tenor),
BBC CO, conductor Barry Wordsworth


Unknown: Dominic Muldowney
Conductor: Joseph Swensen
Conductor: Beethoven Egmont
Soprano: Suzannah Clarke
Conductor: Matthew Rowe
Conductor: Weber Turandot
Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
Conductor: Schubert Rosamunde
Conductor: Eduard van Beinum
Soprano: Suzannah Clarke
Conductor: Matthew Rowe
Tenor: Toby Spence
Conductor: Barry Wordsworth

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Morning Performance

BBC Radio 3, 16 April 2001 11.30

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