New England Conservatory; #4 (Reel 2)
We return to Jordan for the final half tonight's concert featuring the music and we'll hear the number to vie here. The alternating Arias and rest of the tea leaves are as follows. The opening title Aria followed by the rest of the TV developed. Another. Phoebus and. The rest of the panels are more. Than an aria Venditte. Another rest want. The Aria. As if you've been in even. The rest of the band and the final aria is a it in. Taking part in this performance will be a soprano with Philip and a nurse and Cathy Judd violins but Elizabeth stall Michael singer double bass and Janet
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Get. Your facts. Jane Dryden was the soprano soloist Kenneth Roth. Philip long lost son and anus and Cathy John violins Virginia Blakeman Viola Elizabeth Stone Chalo Michael singer double bass and Janet Dorset harpsichord continuum. And with this Bach cantata we come to the conclusion of this Jordan Hall concert featuring the Columbia Music I'm the performance of early music department here at the New England Conservatory under the direction of Daniel Pink um. Earlier on the program we heard Giovani power was so not outway. Followed by Gianbattista Mariah's odd moan some chatty to spot autumn. For pieces from Simpson's tough oakum sword completed the first half. Robert Johnson's untitled work and anonymous ballet John Dolphin's volatile and Colossus plyers mascot Otto and of course concluding the program
the Bach cantata number two to. Engineer for this concert was William du Zick. The program was recorded in Jordan Hall by WGBH Af-Am and made available for this delayed broadcast through their facilities. And now into next week this is Robert Bailey thanking you for being with us and inviting you to join us again for another concert from the New England Conservatory of Music. This is the national educational radio network. A.
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