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BBC CO: Easter at King's

Live from King's College, Cambridge, BBC Singers and Concert Orchestra under Stephen Cleobury. Palestrina: Stabat Mater. Schubert: Symphony No 4. Haydn: Seven Last Words of Christ.

Stephen Cleobury conducts the BBC Singers and BBC Concert Orchestra live from the Easter at King's Festival in Cambridge. The programme includes music by Palestrina and Schubert, and ends with Haydn's Seven Last Words of Christ, which was composed in 1783 for the Good Friday Service at Oratorio de la Santa Cueva in Cadiz, Spain. Presented by Donald Macleod.

Palestrina: Stabat Mater
Schubert: Symphony No 4 in C minor (Tragic)

INTERVAL

Haydn: Seven Last Words of Christ (H.XX.2)

Emma Tring (soprano), Rebecca Lodge (alto),
Andrew Murgatroyd (tenor), Jimmy Holliday (bass)
BBC Singers
BBC Concert Orchestra
conductor Stephen Cleobury.

2 hours, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Emma Tring (soprano), Rebecca Lodge (alto), Andrew Murgatroyd (tenor), Jimmy Holliday (bass)

    Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross

  • Felix Mendelssohn

    Concert piece for clarinet, basset horn and piano or orchestra no. 1 (Op.113)...

    Performer: Sabine Meyer. Performer: Wolfgang Meyer. Orchestra: Academy of St Martin in the Fields. Conductor: Kenneth Sillito.
    • Baermann/Weber/Mendelssohn: Sabine Meyer, Wolfgang Meyer, ASMF, Sillito.
    • EMI Classics.
    • 5-7.
  • William Sterndale Bennett

    Caprice in E major for piano and orchestra, Op 22

    Performer: Howard Shelley. Director: Howard Shelley. Orchestra: BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
    • Sterndale Bennett; Bache - Piano Concertos.
    • Hyperion.
    • 7.

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Role Contributor
Performer BBC Concert Orchestra
Performer BBC Singers

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