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BBC Singers - Music for Holy Week

Duration:
3 hours
First broadcast:
Thursday 05 April 2012

Presented by Katie Derham.
Today's Afternoon on 3 features the BBC Singers in a programme of music for Holy Week live from St Paul's Knightsbridge and introduced by the Reverend Richard Coles, including the world premiere of the Lamentations of Jeremiah by Gabriel Jackson. This is followed by Dvorak's setting of the Stabat Mater, performed by the BBC Philharmonic last month at Leeds Town Hall.

Music Played

8 items
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
  • BBC Singers Live - Music for Holy Week

    • Image for Thomas Tallis

      Thomas Tallis Lamentations of Jeremiah

      Conductor: David Hill Performer: BBC Singers

    • Image for William Byrd

      William Byrd Peccavi super numerum

      Conductor: David Hill Performer: BBC Singers

    • Image for Gabriel Jackson

      Gabriel Jackson Lamentations of Jeremiah

      Conductor: David Hill Performer: BBC Singers

    • Image for Robert White

      Robert White Christe, qui lux es et dies

      Conductor: David Hill Performer: BBC Singers

    • Image for Patric Standford

      Patric Standford Stabat mater

      Conductor: David Hill Performer: BBC Singers

    • Image for Osbert Parsley

      Osbert Parsley Lamentations

      Conductor: David Hill Performer: BBC Singers

  • Image for Antonin Dvorak

    Antonin Dvorak Stabat Mater

    Performer: Daniela Lehner (mezzo-soprano) Performer: James Rutherford (baritone) Performer: Katherine Broderick (soprano) Performer: Paul Nilon (tenor) Performer: BBC Philharmonic Performer: Leeds Festival Chorus Conductor: Simon Wright

  • Image for Jules Massenet

    Jules Massenet 'Meditation' from Thais

    Performer: Nicola Benedetti (violin) Performer: London Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Daniel Harding

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