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BCMG and Sheffield Sound Junction

Saturday 2 July 2005 23:00-1:00 (Radio 3)

Robert Worby introduces the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group conducted by Oliver Knussen in performances of Julian Anderson's Book of Hours and Elliott Carter's Dialogues. With Scott Wilson and Lamberto Coccioli (live electronics). Later, Robert reports from the Sheffield Sound Junction Festival, which focussed on the French/Canadian acousmatic pioneer Francis Dhomont, including his piece AvAtArsSon.

Duration:

2 hours

Playlist

Presenter: Robert Worby
Producer: Philip Tagney
Broadcast Assistant: Patrick Johns

BCMG at RNCM and Sound Junction III Sheffield

Francis Dhomont
'Objects Retrouvés' movement I of 'Cycle du Son' (5'20")
Francis Dhomont (electronics)

Elliott Carter
'Dialogues' (13'40")
BBC Commission
BCMG conducted by Oliver Knussen with Nicolas Hodges (piano)

Julian Anderson
'Book of Hours' (24'21")
World Premiere
BCMG conducted by Oliver Knussen with Scott Wilson and Lamberto Coccioli (live electronics)

Francis Dhomont
'AvAtArsSon' movement II of 'Cycle du Son' (18'11")
Francis Dhomont (electronics)

Andrew Lewis
'Cable Bay' from 'Four Anglesey Beaches' (10'08")
Andrew Lewis (electronics)

Adrian Moore
'Piano Piece for Peter' (7'15")
Peter Hill (piano) with Adrian Moore (sound diffusion)

Ambrose Field
'NR' (8'00")
Ambrose Field (electronics)

Francis Dhomont
'Novars' movement III of 'Cycle du Son' (19'07")
Francis Dhomont (electronics)

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