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Funny story: Proms Review: Prom 44

Proms Review: Prom 44

Ligeti, Berio, Xenakis, Harvey, Andriessen, Cage. Byron Fulcher - trombone Sound Intermedia London Sinfonietta London Sinfonietta Academy Ensemble André Ridder, conductor. Pierre Noxious writes: The earlier Prom last night was some nice stuff by Delius, Saint-Saëns and Tchaikovsky played by the Royal Phil under Charles Dutoit and featuring hot property young ivory-tickler Benjamin Gro...
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Funny story: Top 15 Prom Themes In Kentucky 2012

Top 15 Prom Themes In Kentucky 2012

It's the season of Prom Kings & Prom Queens with lots of starched overalls and tissued bras on starry-eyed teenagers looking forward to their high school prom this year in Kentucky. Thus far, these have been the top fifteen themes: 15. "Double-Wide Pride!" 14. "The Beauty of Buck Dancing" 13. "Indoor Plumbing, Big City!" 12. "Born To Be Wide!" 11. "The Brother & Siste...
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Funny story: Proms review: Prom 76

Proms review: Prom 76

Too many pieces to list here. Renee Fleming, soprano Maxim Rysanov, viola BBC Singers BBC Symphony Chorus BBC Symphony Orchestra Jiri Behlohlavek, conductor Pierre Noxious writes: I wasn't going to bother with any more Proms this year (no I didn't do the Stravinsky on Tuesday), but the missus said she hadn't been to the Last Night for donkeys' and I thought, well, I'm off for a coupl...
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Funny story: Proms Review: Proms 65 & 66

Proms Review: Proms 65 & 66

(65) Beethoven - Symphony No 4 Mahler - Symphony No1 (66) Wagner - Parsifal, Prelude (Act 1) R. Strauss - Four Last Songs Schoenberg - Five Pieces for Orchestra Webern - Six Pieces for Orchestra Berg - Three Pieces for Orchestra Karita Mattila soprano Berliner Philharmoniker, Sir Simon Rattle Pierre Noxious writes: There was no getting out of this, was there? Sir Simon and the Be...
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Funny story: Proms Review: Prom 57

Proms Review: Prom 57

Berg - Violin Concerto Beethoven - Symphony No 9, "Choral." Gil Shaham violin Helena Juntunen soprano Charlotte Hellekant mezzo-soprano Eric Cutler tenor Neal Davies bass BBC Symphony Chorus Minnesota Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä Pierre Noxious writes: Took myself and a couple of mates up to the Albert Hall on Saturday - Pete and Tig said they'd never heard the Berg so I said I'd trea...
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Funny story: Proms: Prom 45 Review

Proms: Prom 45 Review

Mozart - Der Schauspieldirektor, overture Liszt - Piano Concerto No 1 Rimsky-Korsakov - Scheherazade Dillon - La Navette Tchaikovsky - Symphony No 2, "Little Russian" Pierre Noxious writes: Let's be clear about this - I love Scheherazade (that's how it's spelled on my favourite recording - Muti and the Philadelphia - so I'm sticking to it). In fact Rimsky-Korsakov is my favourite compose...
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Funny story: Proms: Prom 36 Review

Proms: Prom 36 Review

Berlioz - Overture 'Le Corsaire' Chopin - Piano Concerto No 2 Roussel - Symphony No 3 Ravel - Daphnis and Chloe, Suite No 2 Nelson Freire, piano BBC SO, Lionel Bringuier. Pierre Noxious writes: OMG! That's a schlep, innit? From High St Ken to the Albert Hall - and back again afterwards when you're in a hurry for the tube and a late dinner. Cor! And get this - the missus had to shel...
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