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In Tune - 07/07/2009 Bryn Terfel and Vox Zambezi


Presented by Sean Rafferty. World-renowned tenor Bryn Terfel joins Sean in the studio to discuss his role in the Royal Opera House's new production of Puccini's Tosca. Plus choral group Vox Zambezi performing in the studio. Led by Dr Paul Kelly, the group draw their influences from a mixture of classical core repetoire, Zambian and South African traditional songs. They give a preview of their next concert at St John's, Smith Square. 1702 MOZART Don Giovanni (Madamina, il catalogo e questo) Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone Scottish Chamber Orchestra Sir Charles Mackerras, conductor DG 00289 477 5886 T.17 5’48 1716 PUCCINI Tosca (Va Tosca!) Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone Royal Opera House Orchestra & Chorus Antonio Pappano (conductor) BBC Archive 3’00 1726 WAGNER Flying Dutchman (Die Frist ist um) Bryn Terfel, bass-baritone Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Claudio Abbado, conductor DG 00289 477 6686 CD.2 T.9 10’48 1738 MOZART arr. GRIEG Sonata in C K.545 “Sonata facile” Elisabeth Leonskaja, piano Sviatoslav Richter, piano TELDEC 4509 908 25 2 TR.4 14’26 1756 HAYDN Die Schopfung (Part 3 extract) Arnold Schoenberg Choir Vienna Sinfonia Nicholas Harnoncourt, director APEX 256 61593-2 CD.2 T.15 4’33 1803 DVORAK Slavonic DanceOP.46 No.8 Chamber Orchestra of Europe TELDEC 8573 819038 2 T.8 4’00 1807 LIVE Ki Yo Mwa Malu Wa Taha Vox Zambezi Dr. Paul Kelly, director 1’50 1809 2 Onani Vox Zambezi Dr. Paul Kelly, director 2’30 1817 Ascendit Deus Vox Zambezi Dr. Paul Kelly, director 3’15 1821 Bula Nzila Vox Zambezi Dr. Paul Kelly, director 2’10 1825 Twendeni Mbinguni Vox Zambezi Dr. Paul Kelly, director 1’30 1826 Siahamba Vox Zambezi Dr. Paul Kelly, director 3’03 1831 SCHUMANN Konzertstuck op.86 Nigel Black, horn Laurence Davies, horn Laurence Rogers, horn Peter Blake, horn Philharmonia Orchestra Christian Thielemann, conductor DG 453 482 2 T.2-4 18’47 SCHUMANN Widmung Angela Gheorghiu, soprano Malcolm Martineau, piano DECCA 458 360-2 T.11 SCHUBERT Shudchen Angela Gheorghiu, soprano Malcolm Martineau, piano DECCA 458 360-2 T.13