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Members of Yantra join Aled Jones to chat about their fusion of traditional and ancient music from Bulgaria, India and England, and the use of multi-tracking to create a unique a cappella soundworld.

1 hour, 30 minutes

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Sun 28 Oct 2012 17:00

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  • Kassiani

    Troparion for Holy Wednesday (Byzantine chant )

    Performers: Members of Cappella Romana Director: Alexander Lingas

  • Yogeswaran Trad. Arr Birchall, Georgieva

    The Bagpiper

    Arrangers: Jeremy Birchall, Eugenia Georgieva and Manickam Yogeswaran Performers: Yantra

  • Yogeswaran Trad. Arr Birchall, Georgieva

    Cherub's Song

    Arrangers: Jeremy Birchall, Eugenia Georgieva and Manickam Yogeswaran Performers: Yantra

  • Yogeswaran Trad. Arr Birchall, Georgieva

    The Praise

    Arrangers: Jeremy Birchall, Eugenia Georgieva and Manickam Yogeswaran Performers: Yantra

  • Sergei Rachmaninov

    Allegro Moderato - 3rd of 3 Russian Songs

    Performers: Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia, Philadelphia Orchestra Conductor: Charles Dutoit

  • Ivan Moody

    The Troparion of Kassiani

    Performers: English Chamber Choir Conductor: Guy Protheroe

  • Arr.Andrew Carter Kosma, Joseph

    Autumn Leaves

    Performers: English Chamber Choir Conductor: Guy Protheroe

  • Richard Blackford

    Mirror of Perfection

    Performers: Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Ballard Lane Preparatory School Choir, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Ying Huang (Soprano), Bo Skovhus (Baritone) Conductor: Richard Blackford

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