BBC Proms Chamber Music 2005

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20050718

Live from Cadogan Hall in London, a tribute to Peter Warlock - one of England's greatest song writers, who died 75 years ago.

Plus, an exploration of Proms themes linked to the sea, from Barber's and Fauré's visions of its immensity and mystery, to more salty celebrations of seafaring life through the centuries.

Presented by Stephanie Hughes.

Fauré: L'Horizon chimérique

Barber: Dover Beach

Warlock: Songs, including Hanacker Mill, The Night and My Own Country

Thomas Allen (baritone)

Imogen Cooper (piano)

Royal String Quartet.

20050718

Live from Cadogan Hall in London, a tribute to Peter Warlock - one of England's greatest song writers, who died 75 years ago.

Plus, an exploration of Proms themes linked to the sea, from Barber's and Fauré's visions of its immensity and mystery, to more salty celebrations of seafaring life through the centuries.

Presented by Stephanie Hughes.

Fauré: L'Horizon chimérique

Barber: Dover Beach

Warlock: Songs, including Hanacker Mill, The Night and My Own Country

Thomas Allen (baritone)

Imogen Cooper (piano)

Royal String Quartet.

2005072520050728

Live from Cadogan Hall, London

As a curtain-raiser to the Proms Violins!! day on Saturday, an imaginative recital from a brilliant young violinist.

Ravel's unconventional, jazz-inflected sonata is framed by Messiaen's wedding gift to his first wife, and Adams' delightfully relaxed drive down a not unfamiliar road.

Presented by Stephanie Hughes.

Messiaen: Theme and Variations

Ravel: Violin Sonata

John Adams: Road Movies

Leila Josefowicz (violin)

John Novacek (piano)

2005072520050728

Live from Cadogan Hall, London

As a curtain-raiser to the Proms Violins!! day on Saturday, an imaginative recital from a brilliant young violinist.

Ravel's unconventional, jazz-inflected sonata is framed by Messiaen's wedding gift to his first wife, and Adams' delightfully relaxed drive down a not unfamiliar road.

Presented by Stephanie Hughes.

Messiaen: Theme and Variations

Ravel: Violin Sonata

John Adams: Road Movies

Leila Josefowicz (violin)

John Novacek (piano)

2005080120050806

Live from Cadogan Hall, London, a Proms debut for an elite ensemble made up of principal players from the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.

Lutoslawski's capricious soundscape of overlapping ideas contrasts with the radiant wide-open spaces of Copland's ballet score in its original version for 13 players.

John Woolrich's fascinating new piece has echoes of the darkly comic world of Goya's paintings.

Presented by Stephanie Hughes.

Lutoslawski: Chain 1

John Woolrich: After the Clock (BBC commission, world premiere)

Copland: Appalachian Spring

NYO Sinfonietta

Paul Watkins (conductor)

2005080120050806

Live from Cadogan Hall, London, a Proms debut for an elite ensemble made up of principal players from the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.

Lutoslawski's capricious soundscape of overlapping ideas contrasts with the radiant wide-open spaces of Copland's ballet score in its original version for 13 players.

John Woolrich's fascinating new piece has echoes of the darkly comic world of Goya's paintings.

Presented by Stephanie Hughes.

Lutoslawski: Chain 1

John Woolrich: After the Clock (BBC commission, world premiere)

Copland: Appalachian Spring

NYO Sinfonietta

Paul Watkins (conductor)

2005080820050813

Live from Cadogan Hall, London, soprano Dame Felicity Lott presents a recital of the repertoire that has won her many accolades.

Fin-de-siècle dreams and longings are evoked in works by Duparc and Chausson, followed by a set of early songs by Hahn and lighter numbers by Satie.

Presented by Stephanie Hughes.

Duparc: La vie antérieure; Chanson triste; Phidylé

Chausson: Les papillons; Le colibri; Le temps de lilas; Chanson perpétuelle

Hahn: Rêverie; Infidélité; Si mes vers avaient desailes; Y'a des arbres

Satie: La diva de l'Empire; Je te veux

Dame Felicity Lott (soprano)

Eugene Asti (piano)

2005080820050813

Live from Cadogan Hall, London, soprano Dame Felicity Lott presents a recital of the repertoire that has won her many accolades.

Fin-de-siècle dreams and longings are evoked in works by Duparc and Chausson, followed by a set of early songs by Hahn and lighter numbers by Satie.

Presented by Stephanie Hughes.

Duparc: La vie antérieure; Chanson triste; Phidylé

Chausson: Les papillons; Le colibri; Le temps de lilas; Chanson perpétuelle

Hahn: Rêverie; Infidélité; Si mes vers avaient desailes; Y'a des arbres

Satie: La diva de l'Empire; Je te veux

Dame Felicity Lott (soprano)

Eugene Asti (piano)