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BBC Proms 98

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Live from London's
Royal Albert Hall ,
Stephanie Hughes introduces the Los Angeles'
Philharmonic, conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen , as they perform the London premiere of American composer
John Adams 's Slonimsky's Earbox.
The concert also features
Gustav Mahler's song cycle Leidereines Fahrenden
Gesellen, with soloist Lorraine Hunt (mezzo-soprano), and, after the interval, Jean Sibelius 's Four Lemminkainen Legends.
In the interval, there's a visit to the ancient landscape of Finland, home of the Kalevala, the mysterious and magical epic on which Sibelius based the aforementioned work. The
Prom can be also be heard on Radio 3. See today's choices. Director David Stevens ; Series editor
Peter Maniura The penultimate concert in the series of four recorded Proms is on Thursday at
10.55pm on BBC1
BBC BOOK: BBC Proms 98, price£3.99. has details of this season's events

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Introduces: Stephanie Hughes
Conducted By: Esa-Pekka Salonen
Unknown: John Adams
Unknown: Leidereines Fahrenden
Soloist: Lorraine Hunt
Unknown: Jean Sibelius
Director: David Stevens
Editor: Peter Maniura

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