Katie Derham presents Breakfast. Start the day with a refreshing selection of music.
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Coppelia - Act 2 No. 6: Scene et valse de la poupee
Performer: Paris Opera Theatre Orchestra
Performer: Jean-Baptiste Mari (conductor)
Suite for keyboard No. 3 in D major - Rigaudon Bizarre
Performer: Mizi Meyerson, harpsichord
Performer: Stephen Layton, conductor
Concerto for oboe and strings in D minor
Performer: Albrecht Mayer, oboe/director
Performer: New Seasons Ensemble
Impromptus (D.899) No. 3 in G flat major
Performer: Daniel Barenboim, piano
Dom Sebastien, roi du Portugal - Act 2 chorus: Les delices de nos campagnes (The delights
Performer: The Royal Opera Chorus
Performer: The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
Performer: Mark Elder (conductor)
The Indian Queen - Trumpet Tune
Performer: Consort of London
Performer: Robert Clark, director
Romeo and Juliet - suite No. 1 (Op 64a): The balcony scene
Performer: Berlin Philharmonic
Performer: Claudio Abbado (conductor)
Romantic Sketches for the Young Op 54: The Beggar
Performer: Hamish Milne (piano)
Coriolan - overture (Op 62)
Performer: German Chamber Philharmonic, Bremen
Performer: Daniel Harding (conductor)
Goldberg variations (BWV 988) Variation 16: Ouverture
Performer: Catrin Finch (harp)
Divertimento (K137) in B flat major
Performer: City of London Sinfonia
Performer: Andrew Watkinson (conductor)
Cypress No. 3
Performer: Emerson String Quartet
Tarantelle (Op 6)
Performer: Members of the Nash Ensemble:
Performer: Philippa Davies (flute)
Performer: Richard Hosford (clarinet)
Performer: Ian Brown (piano)
O sacrum convivium
Performer: The Tallis Scholars
Symphony No. 3: 3rd movement
Performer: Dawn Upshaw (soprano)
Performer: London Sinfonietta
Performer: David Zinman (conductor)
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