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Julian Herbage

Julian Herbage

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Broadcast

First broadcast: Mon 17 May 1965

Musicologist

Roy Plomley's castaway is writer and broadcaster Julian Herbage.

Choices

Gilbert & Sullivan

1.

Gilbert & Sullivan

Iolanthe

Orchestra: Pro Arte Orchestra Conductor: Malcolm Sargent

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Claude Debussy

2.

Claude Debussy

String Quartet in G minor

Orchestra: Curtis String Quartet

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Johann Strauss II

3.

Johann Strauss II

Die Fledermaus Overture

Orchestra: Columbia Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Bruno Walter

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John Ireland

4.

Castaway's favourite

John Ireland

Piano Concerto in E Flat Major

Soloist: Cilin Horsley Orchestra: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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Ludwig van Beethoven

5.

Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphony No. 6 in F major 'Pastoral'

Orchestra: BBC Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Arturo Toscanini

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Edward Elgar

6.

Edward Elgar

Cello Concerto in E Minor

Soloist: Pablo Casals Orchestra: BBC Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Adrian Boult

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Shakespeare/Arne

7.

Shakespeare/Arne

Where the bee sucks (from The Tempest)

Soloist: Elisabeth Schumann

Emmanuel Chabrier

8.

Emmanuel Chabrier

EspaƱa

Orchestra: Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Thomas Beecham

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Book

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Luxury item

Aladdin's lamp

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