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Celebrations, choirs, and bells

Richard Lawrence finds plenty to savour at the BBC Proms

War and peace in Gloucester

Roderic Dunnett hears works old and new at the Three Choirs

Durham-regiment tribute

Roderic Dunnett on an evocative blend of music and poetry

Sounds and sweet airs  

Roderic Dunnett at a Joubert celebration

Wood at 150: a composer’s inner light  

Garry Humphreys on folksong and quiet devotion in a church musician’s work

‘My little flock, my armed bishopric’  

Roderic Dunnett is impressed by a new Great War opera

Dvorák’s Slav converts’ tale

Roderic Dunnett hears a rarely performed Romantic oratorio

Truro fêtes Wesleys

Tony Langford enjoys a service and concert for John and Charles

Stainer sequel and glorious Hummel  

Roderic Dunnett enjoys two concerts in Maidstone

An echo of Venetian glories in Malvern

Roderic Dunnett enjoys a Gabrieli evening with the Armonico Consort

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