Conehead-BE<< Bart (Pol)

I was signing for this one I do it again... could you Christian 
pass it to me, please? 
Many thanks for the offer :-)

Many thanks to Michael who has launched this nice orchestral set,
and thanks to Thierry for sending to me, I'm offering this one back to 
the group. First one to sign up on this vine please contact me 
off-list with postal address. Thanks.

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Many thanks to Michael who has launched this nice orchestral set,
and thanks to Thierry for sending to me, I'm offering this one back to
the group. First one to sign up on this vine please contact me
off-list with postal address. Thanks.

--- In, "Michael Painter"
> Hi folks,
> I have a few interesting bits of orchestral & big bands playing
> stuff.. this is the first one several on this theme.
> Michael.
> Disc 1 - Britten Sinfonia: 30-Nov 2000. Cambridge Corn Exchange,
> Cambridge, England
> (broadcast 11th December 2000)Performance On 3 - on BBC Radio 3
> from 19:30–21:00 –
> consists entirely of the Britten Sinfonia (conducted by Rumon Gamba)
> in a concert from the Corn Exchange in Cambridge featuring music
> two of the most original composers of late 20th century America":
> Adams and Frank Zappa.
> This comprises Frank's
> Dog meat (Dog Breath Variations + Uncle Meat)
> Outrage At Valdez
> Ruth Is Sleeping
> Harry, You're A Beast + The Orange County Lumber Truck
> G-Spot Tornado
> Disc 2 - The Ulster Orchestra, Friday 29 April. Ulster Hall,
> 7.45 pm
> Sonorities' Festival of contemporary music
> Dog Breath Variations - The Music of Frank Zappa
> Philippe Nahon conductor
> --
> About the Ulster Orchestra
> Mission statements embody the values and the vision of an
> organisation. Enriching life through music is a clear articulation
> the goals and the dreams of the Ulster Orchestra, shaping the
> Orchestra's strategies and determining its day-to-day behaviour. The
> passion and commitment of this Orchestra is second-to-none.
> The Ulster Orchestra, based in Belfast, is a cornerstone of cultural
> life in Northern Ireland. It employs 63 full-time musicians and next
> year it will be celebrating forty years of musical achievement. As
> Northern Ireland's only professional symphony orchestra, its tours
> throughout Europe, to Asia and the USA have enhanced the reputation
> this region. The Ulster Orchestra gives about two dozen concerts in
> its Belfast season, mainly on Friday evenings, but a new Saturday
> strand is being developed with an eye to creating special events
> across the season to attract an ever-wider audience.
> Most of those concerts take place in either the Waterfront or Ulster
> Halls. The Orchestra also gives concerts in many other centres
> Northern Ireland, including Armagh, Coleraine, Derry/Londonderry and
> Enniskillen.
> Education and outreach activities which help to break down barriers
> and share the excitement of live music-making form a vital part of
> Orchestra's work. Such activity is driven by a strong commitment to
> developing home-grown talent and building the audiences of the
> regardless of any seemingly disadvantaging barriers, whether social,
> racial or financial.
> Accessibility has been a key factor in the development of the
> Orchestra's web-site with its on-line booking facility and its news,
> reviews and archival content.
> The Ulster Orchestra has made over 60 CD recordings, several of
> have won awards. Its special relationship with the BBC, the
> Orchestra's exclusive broadcast partner, results in many recordings
> (and many extra public Invitation Concerts), commissions and
> performance relays for BBC Radio 3, Radio Ulster and BBC TV.
> The Ulster Orchestra seeks the help of individuals and businesses to
> maintain its work. It is important that the Orchestra can
> that its community support is widespread and that the Orchestra's
> financial base has a broad foundation, rooted in that community.
> The Orchestra values the continued support of its principal funders
> the Arts Council of Northern Ireland (including the National
> the BBC and Belfast City Council. Their monies, along with the
> generated from ticket sales, contribute hugely to the running of the
> Orchestra. However, to achieve a secure future and maintain the
> highest musical quality, there is always a substantial amount to be
> found from other sources. That extra money helps to address the
> shortfall, paying for education and outreach projects, securing
> internationally-renowned soloists and conductors, and funding
> inspirational programmes which usually require enlarged orchestral
> ---
> Hear And Now
> Sonorities: Dog Breath Variations
> Saturday 9 July 2005 (Radio 3)
> The music of Frank Zappa is explored by the Ulster Orchestra
> by Philippe Nahon in a concert from the recent Sonorities festival
> Belfast.
> Presented by Sarah Walker in conversation with Zappa biographer Ben
> Watson.
> Presenter: Sarah Walker
> Producer: Andrew Kurowski
> Broadcast Assistant: Patrick Johns
> Dog Breath Variations - The Music of Frank Zappa
> 'The Perfect Stranger' (13'56")
> 'Naval Aviation in Art?' (2'37")
> 'Dupree's Paradise' (9'32")
> 'Revised music for low budget orchestra' (7'39")
> 'Envelopes' (4'21")
> 'The Dog Breath Variations/Uncle Meat' (5'21")
> 'Get Whitey' (6'56")
> 'G-spot tornado' (4'02")

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