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Saturday Review


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Introduced by Richard Osborne. Record Review
Building a Library:
Shostakovich's Tenth Symphony by John Warrack.
Nicholas Kenyon on new releases of Monteverdi's Vespers and Tallis Sacred Music.
10.40 Record Release
Tallis Gaude gloriosa dei mater; Spem in alium TAVERNER CONSORT
11.10 Peter Philips Dolorosa Pavan and Galliard '
Emilio de' Cavalieri, arr Philips Aria del Gran Duca Ferdinando di Toscana
Bassano, arr Philips Pavan and Galliard
11.21 Weelkes Thule , the Period of Cosmographie; 0 Care. Thou Wilt Dispatch Me
11.32 Peter Philips
Passamezzo Pavan and GaUiard
EMER BUCKLEY (harpsichord)
11.46 A conversation with Roger Norrington about his latest releases, including Berlioz's
Symphonie fantastique with the London Classical Players.
Producer ANTHONY CHEEVERS ('Record Review ' repeated on Wednesday at 2.00pm)


Introduced By: Richard Osborne.
Unknown: John Warrack.
Unknown: Nicholas Kenyon
Unknown: Andrew Parrott
Unknown: Peter Philips
Unknown: Dolorosa Pavan
Unknown: Weelkes Thule
Unknown: Paul Hillier
Unknown: Peter Philips
Unknown: Passamezzo Pavan
Unknown: Roger Norrington
Producer: Anthony Cheevers

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