Martin Handley presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show, featuring the next instalment of Peter Donohoe's 50 Great Pianists at 8:30 as part of Piano Season on the BBC.
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Overture – Il Signor Bruschino
Performer: Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Performer: Neville Marriner
Hear My Prayer
Performer: Rachel Bennett (soprano)
Performer: Mark Williams (organ)
Performer: Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge
Performer: Richard Marlow
Divertimento in E flat for String Trio K 563: final movement – Allegro
Performer: Florin Ensemble
La Traviata – Prelude (Act 1)
Performer: Philadelphia Orchestra
Performer: Eugene Ormandy
Franz Schubert - Moments Musicaux D 780: No 4 in C sharp minor
Performer: Steven Kovacevich (piano)
Symphony no 6 in D major "Le Matin": first movement, Adagio - Allegro
Performer: The Hanover Band
Performer: Roy Goodman (director at the harpsichord)
Solo de concours
Performer: Julian Bliss (clarinet)
Performer: Julien Quentin (oiano)
Violin Concerto no 1 in G minor op 26, last movement: Allegro Energico
Performer: Nicola Benedetti (violin)
Performer: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Performer: Jakub Hrusa
Performer: Dietmar Kres (guitar)
Il Trovatore - opera in 4 pts, Pt.2 sc.1; Vedi! le fosche notturna[Anvil chorus]
Performer: Orchestra and Chorus of La Scala, Milan
Performer: Riccardo Muti
Symphony no 38 in D major, K 504 "Prague"
Performer: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Performer: Nikolaus Harnoncourt
Suite for cello solo no. 6 (BWV.1012) in D major, Gigue
Performer: Yo Yo Ma (cello)
Waltz from Eugene Onegin
Performer: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Ondrej Lenard
Pictures at an Exhibition
Performer: Alfred Brendel
Performer: Wilhelm Kempff
Capriccio espagnol (Op.34) [complete]
Performer: London Symphony Orchestra
Performer: Sir Charles Mackerras
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