BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN BRADBURY conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE Tchaikovsky Polonaise; Waltz (Eugene Onegin) Remo Lauricella Danza Siciliana; Strolling Minstrel: Tango Slciliana Mussorgsky A Night on the Bare Mountain \Matthew Curtis Pas de deux (first performance) Constant Lambert Ballet: Horoscope.
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader JOHN bradbury conductor
Bizet L'Arlesienne: Suite No 1
Barber Adagio for strings
Matthew Curtis Festive March and Romance (Three Humoresques) (first performance)
Waltzes Grainger My Robin Is to the greenwood gone
Eric Hughes Prelude to a Festival
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA conducted by CHRISTOPHER PHELPS
(oboe and cor anglais) JANE DODD (piano)
Hoist A Fugal Overture
Grieg Elegiac Melody No 2 Grovlez Allegro
Madeleine Dring Italian Dance
Matthew Curtis Romanza (first performance)
Dvorak Slavonic Dance No 8 in G minor
Karl-Heinz Koper Der Schwan von Pesaro
Bliss Ballet for children; Theme of construction; March (Things to Come)
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
Rawsthorne Overture: Street Corner
Moeran Lonely Waters
Leo Norman Short Suite for strings
Joseph Horovitz Waltz
Fantasy (Alice in Wonderland) Matthew Curtis Romanza Kenneth Leighton Dance Suite No 3 (first broadcast performance)
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA leader ROY GILLARD conductor ASHLEY LAWRENCE
Haydn Wood Overture: Apollo Ernest Tomlinson Suite of English Folk Dances No 1
Matthew Curtis Autumn Song (first performance)
Anthony Burgess Movements from Master W.S.
The last of three programmes BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA led by MARTIN LOVEDAY conducted by ASHLEY LAWRENCE Gordon Langford First Suite of Dances (first broadcast performance) Matthew Curtis Autumn Song Buxton Orr Fanfare and Processional (first broadcast performance) Delius The Walk to the Paradise Garden John Rutter Partita Series producer ALAN OWEN
Brian Kay presents a selection of light classics.
Eric Banks conducts the Central Band of the RAF in Percy Grainger 's Over the Hills and Far Away. Janacek and Delius show their light music credentials. And Gavin Sutherland and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia play Matthew Curtis 's Little Dance Suite.
Shelley van Loen and the Palm Court Strings are featured artists this month and today they play Haydn Wood 's most famous song, Roses of Picardy. Plus music by Peter Yorke , Matthew Curtis and Reg Casson , and a trio of pieces by John Cacavas , played by the Cavendish Orchestra.
A programme largely of British composers, including Eric Coates 's Footlights Waltz, music by Peter Hope and Roger Quilter , and Gavin Sutherland conducting the strings of the Royal Ballet Sinfonia in Matthew Curtis 's Five Dances.
Music by Roger Quilter , Eric Coates , Peter Hope and Robert Farnon , and a recording of a new work by Matthew Curtis , Five Dances for string orchestra with Gavin Sutherland conducting the Royal Ballet Sinfonia.
Owain Arwel Hughes conducts his father's opera given at the 2009 English Music Festival.
Arwel Hughes Menna
BBC Concert Orchestra, Maida Vale Singers, conductor Owain Arwel Hughes
Matthew Curtis Festival Overture
Havergal Brian Reverie (English Suite No 5) BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor David Lloyd-Jones Vauqhan Williams Willow-Wood
Jeremy Huw Williams (baritone), BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor David Lloyd-Jones
Elgar The Sanguine Fan BBC Concert Orchestra, conductor David Lloyd-Jones
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