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BBC Radio 3

Music Restored

George Pratt introduces the last of seven programmes from this year's York Early Music Festival.
Consort of Musicke, director Anthony Rooley (lute): Emma Kirkby and Evelyn Tubb (sopranos), Mary Nichols (alto), Joseph Cornwell and Andrew King (tenors), Simon Grant (bass)
Francesco Orso 11 Cantar Novo
Luca Marenzio 0 Fere Stelle
Luzzasco Luzzaschi Itene Mie Querele Gesualdo Itene 0 Miel Sospiri Pomponio Menna Merce Grido Piangendo
Francesco Genuino Se la Doglia e'l Martire
Scipione Lacorcia Ahi Tu Piangi
Sigismondo d'lndia Langue al Vostro Languir : Che Farai, Meliseo?; Dove Potro
Repeated from yesterday at 10.00pm
BBC Radio 3

Chamber Music from Manchester

live from Studio 7.
Emma Kirkby and Evelyn Tubb (sopranos) Anthony Rooley (lute)
Monteverdi 0 come sei gentile
Luzzaschi Cor mio , deh non languire
Frescobaldi Deh, vien da me pastorella
Monteverdi Lamento d'Olimpia
Notari Intenerite voi Piangono al pianger Girate occhi
Francesco Costa II pianto d'Arianna
Sigismondo d'lndia
Dove potro; Alia guerra d'amore

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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