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17/03/2010 Edinburgh Festival, Donald Runnicles and Christine Brewer

Presented by Sean Rafferty. With Jonathan Mills on 2010's Edinburgh Festival, an interview with Donald Runnicles and Christine Brewer, and the choir of St John's College, Cambridge.

Jonathan Mills, Director of the Edinburgh International Festival, reveals what is in store this year. Chief conductor of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Donald Runnicles and soprano Christine Brewer discuss their upcoming concerts in Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh featuring music by Wagner, Strauss and Beethoven. The choir of St John's College, Cambridge perform live in the studio and talk about their new CD featuring the choral works of Herbert Howells.
Presented by Sean Rafferty.

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2 hours

Music Played

  • Sir Hamilton Harty

    An Irish Symphony: II. The Fair Day: Vivace Non Troppo Presto

    Performer: Bryden Thomson – Conductor Performer: Ulster Orchestra

    • CHANDOS CHAN6525.
  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    String Quartet No.9 Op.59 No.3 Razumovsky 4th movement: Allegro Molto

    Performer: Artemis Quartet

    • VIRGIN 50999 60710208.
  • LIVE

    • Christopher Tye

      Salve Regina

      Performer: Gents Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge Performer: Andrew Netsingha (director)

    • Orlande de Lassus

      Jubilante Deo

      Performer: Gents Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge Performer: Andrew Netsingha (director)

    • William Harris

      Holy Is The True Light

      Performer: Gents Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge Performer: Andrew Netsingha (director)

    • Jonathan Seers

      Look Down O Lord

      Performer: Gents Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge Performer: Andrew Netsingha (director)

    • Boyce

      The Lord is King

      Performer: Gents Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge Performer: Andrew Netsingha (director) Performer: Tim Ravalde (piano)

  • Robert Schumann

    Fantasiestucke, Op.88: Humoreske

    Performer: Martha Argerich (piano) Performer: Renaud Capucon (violin Performer: Gautier Capucon (cello)

    • EMI 50999 6 07367 27.
  • Henry Villca Suntura

    Improvisation

    Performer: Henry Villera Suntura (Sikus) Performer: Florilegium

    • CHANNEL CLASSICS CCS SA 22105.
  • Gioachino Rossini

    Oh mattutini albori! La donna del lago. Colbran, the Muse

    Performer: Joyce DiDonato (mezzo-soprano) Performer: Orchestra e Coro dell’Accademia

    • Virgin Classics 50999 6945790 6.
  • Johann Sebastian Bach

    Sinfonia: Cantata BWV 29, Wir Danken Gott, Wir Danken Dir

    Performer: Concentus Musicus Wien Performer: Nikolaus Harnoncourt (conductor)

    • DHM 88697602662.
  • Field

    Nocturne No. 16

    Performer: John O’Conor

    • TELARC CD-80199.
  • LIVE

    • Richard Strauss

      Allerseelen (from Op.10 Book of Lieder)

      Performer: Christine Brewer (soprano) Performer: Donald Runnicles (piano)

    • [unknown]

      The Salley Gardens

      Performer: Arranged by Britten Performer: Christine Brewer (soprano) Performer: Donald Runnicles (piano)

  • Richard Wagner - Tristan und Isolde: Liebestod

    Performer: Christine Brewer (soprano) Performer: Donald Runnicles (conductor) Performer: BBC Symphony Orchestra

  • Joseph Haydn

    Sonata No.49 (hob XVI:36)

    Performer: Jean Eflam Bavouzet (piano)

    • CHAN 10586.
  • Herbert Hughes

    Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye

    Performer: Ailish Tynan – Soprano Performer: Iain Burnside - Piano

    • SIGNUM CLASSICS SIGCD106.

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