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The Vienna Boys' Choir

Aled Jones is joined by members of the Vienna Boys' Choir, to discuss their tour of the UK, after a gap of ten years. Aled also marks the birthday of Charles Villiers Stanford.

Aled Jones is joined by members of the Vienna Boys' Choir, to discuss their tour of the UK, after a gap of ten years. Their conductor Gerald Wirth chats about the repertoire for the tour, which has a distinct Viennese theme. Also on the programme Aled marks the birthday of a composer mainly known for his many sacred choral works, Sir Charles Villiers Stanford.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Sun 30 Sep 2012 17:00

Music Played

  • Charles Villiers Stanford

    Quick! We Have But a Second

    Performers: The Cambridge Singers Conductor: John Rutter

    • Collegium.
  • Trad. arr. Gerald Wirth

    Singing is Our Pleasure

    Performers: Vienna Boys' Choir Conductor Gerald Wirth

    • Koch.
  • Joseph Haydn

    Insanae et Vanae Curae Hob. XXI:1,13c

    Performers: Vienna Boys Choir, Vienna Chamber Orchestra Conductor: Gerald Wirth

    • Koch.
  • Trad. arr. Gerald Wirth

    Jog.wa (I Ask For Yoga)

    Performers: Vienna Boys' Choir, Gerald Wirth Conductor: Gerald Wirth

    • Faudon Movies.
  • Charles Villiers Stanford

    Stabat Mater, op 96

    Performers: Leeds Philharmonic Chorus, BBC Philharmonic, Ingrid Attrot (Soprano), Pamela Helen Stephen (Mezzo-Soprano), Nigel Robson (Tenor), Stephen Varcoe (Baritone), Darius Battiwall (Organ) Conductor: Richard Hickox

    • Chandos.
  • Phillip Cooke

    Invocation

    Performers: Edinburgh University Chamber Choir, University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir, University of St Andrews Chapel Choir, Claire Seaton (Soprano), Iain Archibald (Trumpet) Conductor: Michael Bawtree

  • Franz Liszt

    Ave Maria

    Performers: Choir of Radio Svizzera, Antonella Balducci (Soprano), Paulo Crivellaro (Organ) Conductor: Diego Fasolis

    • Naxos.

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