Scene 1: In the Temple
Scene 2: The courtyard of the Temple Scene 3: A garden
Scene 4: A vault in the Temple Scene 5: In the Temple Scene 6: A garden Scene 7: A portal Scene 8: A garden
Scene 9: Before the Temple Scene 10: In the Temple
Another performance: August 2
Herbert Downes (viola)
Ernest Lush (piano)
Yfrah Neaman (violin)
Howard Ferguson (piano)
Sonata for viola and piano
Tain Hamilton Sonata for violin and piano
P. Racine Pricker
Peter Racine Pricker and lain Hamilton, who are both in their middle thirties, are two of the leading British composers of their generation. This is the first of four programmes which will contain a representative selection of their chamber music, including the first broadcast performances of Pricker's Horn Sonata and Hamilton's String Octet (August i).
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