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In Tune: Live from Edinburgh

Sean Rafferty presents a special edition live from the Edinburgh Festival. With piano duo Worbey and Farrell, soprano Christine Brewer and actors Neil Pearson and Kevin McNally.

Sean Rafferty presents a special In Tune, live from the BBC's big blue tent on Potterrow in the heart of Edinburgh, as part of the BBC at the Edinburgh Festivals, with live music and chat around the dazzling choice of arts on offer in Edinburgh this summer.

Guests include:
Comedy piano duo Worbey and Farrell, bringing their unique blend of dextrous virtuosity and madcap humour

American soprano Christine Brewer with pianist Roger Vignoles

Classical guitarist Simon Thacker in collaboration with singer/instrumentalist from the mystical Baul Bengali folk tradition, Raju das Baul, and Delhi-born tabla master Sarvar Sabri

Actor Neil Pearson and the stars of his Hancock's Half Hour show which brings newly restored episodes of the 1950s classic comedy series (originally starring Tony Hancock) to the Fringe, with Kevin McNally assuming the title role and Robin Sebastian as Kenneth Williams.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Roever and Korb

    Highland Cathedral

  • Piazzolla

    Libertango

  • Johann Sebastian Bach

    Violin Concerto in A minor BWV1041 (Allegro assai)

    Performer: Anne‐Sophie Mutter. Orchestra: TrondheimSolistene.
  • Radharaman Dutta

    Bhromor Koio Giya

    Performer: Simon Thacker. Performer: Raju das Baul.
  • Joseph Marx

    Selige Nacht

    Performer: Christine Brewer. Performer: Roger Vignoles.
  • Richard Strauss

    Allerseelen

    Performer: Christine Brewer. Performer: Roger Vignoles.
  • Aaron Copland

    Hoe Down (Four Dance Episodes from Rodeo)

    Orchestra: San Francisco Symphony. Conductor: Michael Tilson Thomas.
  • Menokaa Maathaay

    Trad. Baul song

    Performer: Simon Thacker. Performer: Raju das Baul.
  • Bob Merrill

    Mira (from Carnival)

    Performer: Christine Brewer. Performer: Roger Vignoles.
  • Arthur Sullivan

    Things are seldom what they seem (HMS Pinafore)

    Performer: Andrew Foster-Williams. Performer: Hilary Summers.

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