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: Proms on Four

New. Jun Markl conducts the Orchestre National de Lyon in a concert from the Royal Albert Hall on the theme of the musical links between the East and the West.
Featuring Takemitsu's Ceremonial:
An Autumn Ode and Green, Debussy's Estampes - Pagodes and La Mer , and Ravel's Tzigane. With a performance by Japanese violinist Akiko Suwanai and an introduction to oriental instrument the sho by Mayumi Miyata. Coverage is presented by conductor Charles Haziewood , with Clemency Burton-Hill. See panel.
Also broadcast on BBC Radio 3 bbc.co.uk/proms

Contributors

Unknown: Jun Markl
Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: La Mer
Violinist: Akiko Suwanai
Unknown: Mayumi Miyata.
Conductor: Charles Haziewood

: Madeleine Peyroux:Somethin' Grand

New. Absorbing documentary tracing the life of the FrenchAmerican singer, whose musical style harks back to artists such as Bessie Smith , Billie Holiday and Edith Piaf. She spent her early years in Brooklyn before moving to Paris with her mother. Now, at 35, she has recorded four solo albums including 2004's million-selling Careless Love. See panel.

Contributors

Unknown: Bessie Smith
Unknown: Edith Piaf.

: Madeleine Peyroux:Live in Los Angeles

New. Performance of tracks from the Bare Bones album, recorded in a California club in January 2009 with a small band. Featuring self-penned songs being debuted that night and covers of classics by stars including Leonard Cohen , Edith Piaf , Serge Gainsbourg and Bob Dylan.

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard Cohen
Unknown: Edith Piaf
Unknown: Serge Gainsbourg
Unknown: Bob Dylan.

: Proms on Four

: Madeleine Peyroux

Somethin' Grand: documentary about the singer








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