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BBC National Orchestra of Wales


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From St David's Hall, Cardiff. Conductor
Mark Wigglesworth , Rolf Hind (piano)
Un-Suk Chin Piano Concerto (BBC commission; first performance)
7.55 Book of the Month
The third of 12 monthly programmes in which a leading writer or critic reviews a new publication. Pulitzer
Prize-winning poet James Tate is one of the most original voices in contemporary American writing. Dana Gioia reviews James Tate : Selected
Poems, published in Britain for the first time this month.
8.15 David Sawer The Greatest
Happiness Principle (BBC commission: first performance)
John Pickard Symphony No 3 (BBC commission; first performance)


Conductor: Mark Wigglesworth
Piano: Rolf Hind
Unknown: James Tate
Unknown: Dana Gioia
Unknown: James Tate
Unknown: David Sawer
Unknown: John Pickard

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BBC National Orchestra of Wales

BBC Radio 3, 6 June 1997 19.30

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