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2014 Season - Prom 17: Rameau - Grands Motets

Music Feature Episode guide

  1. A Portrait of Ethel Smyth

    Peggy Reynolds looks at the life and career of composer Ethel Smyth.

    First broadcast: 29 Mar 2008

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  2. Rolls, Records and the Return of Myra Hess

    Christopher Cook tells the story of the player-piano industry.

    First broadcast: 26 Jan 2008

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  3. Kennedy on Grapelli

    Nigel Kennedy pays tribute to the great improvising violinist Stephane Grappelli.

    First broadcast: 29 Dec 2007

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  4. The Wonder of Wunderlich

    Tom Robinson tells the story of German singer Fritz Wunderlich.

    First broadcast: 22 Dec 2007

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  5. EBU Christmas Around Europe

    Andrew McGregor concludes the evening of Christmas concerts from Europe and Canada.

    First broadcast: 16 Dec 2007

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  6. EBU Christmas Around Europe

    Andrew McGregor introduces Christmas concerts from radio stations in Europe.

    First broadcast: 16 Dec 2007

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  7. 24/11/2007

    Pianist David Owen Norris follows Liszt on his concert tours as a virtuoso pianist.

    First broadcast: 24 Nov 2007

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  8. 27/10/2007

    Bonnie Greer recalls the Fisk Singers, a groundbreaking 19th-century British black choir.

    First broadcast: 27 Oct 2007

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  9. The Lyrita Story

    Lewis Foreman talks to Richard Itter, the pioneer behind British record label Lyrita.

    First broadcast: 29 Sep 2007

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  10. 30/10/2010

    Kathryn Stott reports on a revival of Michael Tippett's 1934 socialist opera Robin Hood.

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  11. How Far Would You Go for a Dance?

    Judith Mackrell talks to innovative British and Irish choreographers

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