Musical Dynasties

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The first of three programmes in which Jane Glover looks at the legacy of the founders of great musical dynasties, starting with Enrico Caruso.

With tenor Dennis O'Neill, Hugh Canning of the Sunday Times and broadcaster and writer Graeme Kay.

200B2000040220000415

The first of three programmes in which Jane Glover looks at the legacy of the founders of great musical dynasties, starting with Enrico Caruso.

With tenor Dennis O'Neill, Hugh Canning of the Sunday Times and broadcaster and writer Graeme Kay.

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The second of three programmes in which Jane Glover explores the legacy of the founders of great musical dynasties.

Violinist Ivan Galamian may not be as well known as some of his former pupils, but Pinchas Zukerman, Kyung-Wha Chung and Itzhak Perlman were all taught by the master whose influence touches virtually every violinist in the world.

With Tasmin Little, Robin Stowell and critic Rob Cowan.

/ In the first of three programmes, Jane Glover explores the legacy of the founders of great musical dynasties, starting with the tenor Enrico Caruso.

With tenor Dennis O'Neill, Hugh Canning of the Sunday Times and broadcaster and writer Graeme Kay.

200B012000040920000422

The second of three programmes in which Jane Glover explores the legacy of the founders of great musical dynasties.

Violinist Ivan Galamian may not be as well known as some of his former pupils, but Pinchas Zukerman, Kyung-Wha Chung and Itzhak Perlman were all taught by the master whose influence touches virtually every violinist in the world.

With Tasmin Little, Robin Stowell and critic Rob Cowan.

/ In the first of three programmes, Jane Glover explores the legacy of the founders of great musical dynasties, starting with the tenor Enrico Caruso.

With tenor Dennis O'Neill, Hugh Canning of the Sunday Times and broadcaster and writer Graeme Kay.

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The last of three programmes in which Jane Glover explores the legacy of the founders of great musical dynasties.

The playing of Jack Brymer is legendary, and his influence on generations of clarinettists will continue well into the future.

Glover talks to clarinettists David Campbell and Pamela Weston and to Brymer himself about the dynasty he heads.

200B022000041620000429

The last of three programmes in which Jane Glover explores the legacy of the founders of great musical dynasties.

The playing of Jack Brymer is legendary, and his influence on generations of clarinettists will continue well into the future.

Glover talks to clarinettists David Campbell and Pamela Weston and to Brymer himself about the dynasty he heads.

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The last of three programmes in which Jane Glover explores the legacy of the founders of great musical dynasties.

The playing of Jack Brymer is legendary, and his influence on generations of clarinettists will continue well into the future.

Glover talks to clarinettists David Campbell, Pamela Weston and Brymer himself about the dynasty he heads.

200B032000042320000506

The last of three programmes in which Jane Glover explores the legacy of the founders of great musical dynasties.

The playing of Jack Brymer is legendary, and his influence on generations of clarinettists will continue well into the future.

Glover talks to clarinettists David Campbell, Pamela Weston and Brymer himself about the dynasty he heads.