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Free Classic FM Music (chosen by John Suchet) CDs In Saturday & Sundays Telegraph - Also Rose & Fuchsia Offers - Just Pay Postage

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Buy The Telegraph on Saturday, April 9, and Sunday, April 10, and each paper will include a CD of pieces chosen by Classic FM presenter John Suchet . From favourite hymns to rousing orchestral pieces.…
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Buy The Telegraph on Saturday, April 9, and Sunday, April 10, and each paper will include a CD of pieces chosen by Classic FM presenter John Suchet . From favourite hymns to rousing orchestral pieces.

CD 1:

1. The National Anthem. Peter Breiner conducts the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra.

2. Handel: La Rejouissance from Music for the Royal Fireworks. Bohdan Warchal conducts Capella Istropolitana.

3. Grieg: Wedding Day at Troldhaugen. Piano: Balasz Szokolay.

4. Gauntlett: O Praise Ye the Lord. Timothy Byram-Wigfield conducts the Choir of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor and the Marlowe Brass Ensemble.

5. Pachelbel: Canon. Richard Erdlinger conducts Capella Istropolitana.

6. Clarke: The Prince of Denmark's March. Trumpet: Gyorgy Geiger. Organ: Bertalan Hock.

7. Widor: Toccata from Organ Symphony No.5. Organ: Bertalan Hock.

8. Goss: Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven. Timothy Byram-Wigfield conducts the Choir of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor and the Marlowe Brass Ensemble.

9. Mendelssohn: Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream (arranged for organ). Organ: Bertalan Hock.

10. Liszt: Liebestraum No.3 ('Dream of Love'). Piano: Jenő Jandó.

11. Traditional: Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of Creation. Timothy Byram-Wigfield conducts the Choir of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor and the Marlowe Brass Ensemble.

12. Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance March No.4. Adrian Leaper conducts the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra.

CD 2:

1. Purcell: Trumpet Tune. Trumpet: Gyorgy Geiger. Organ: Bertalan Hock.

2. Parry: Jerusalem. Christopher Stokes conducts the Choir of Manchester Cathedral. Organ: Jeffrey Makinson.

3. Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro – Overture. Pier Giorgio Morandi conducts the Hungarian State Opera Orchestra.

4. Elgar: Salut d'Amour. Adrian Leaper conducts Capella Istropolitana.

5. Wagner: Wedding March from Lohengrin (arranged for organ). Organ: Bertalan Hock.

6. Handel: Let the Bright Seraphim from Samson. Soprano: Suzanne Ryden. Trumpet: Niklas Eklund. Charles Medlam conducts London Baroque.

7. Traditional: Immortal, Invisible. Timothy Byram-Wigfield conducts the Choir of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor and the Marlowe Brass Ensemble.

8. Saint-Saëns: Valse Caprice (‘Wedding Cake’). Piano: Heini Karkainnen. Jean-Jacques Kantorow conducts the Tapiola Sinfonietta.

9. Wesley: Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Christopher Robinson conducts the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge.

10. Beethoven: Romance No. 2 in F major. Violin: Takaki Nishizaki. Kenneth Jean conducts the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra.

11. Traditional: King of Glory, King of Peace. Timothy Byram-Wigfield conducts the Choir of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor and the Marlowe Brass Ensemble.

12. Parry: I Was Glad. Christopher Stokes conducts the Choir of Manchester Cathedral. Organ: Jeffrey Makinson.

Plants ..............
Telegraph readers can claim one free rose 'Royal Occasion' plant, plus a specialist DVD about growing roses, worth £20.48, this Saturday.


This fragrant floribunda rose produces ruffles of perfectly formed vermillion-red petals and once established each compact, bushy plant, will be a regal addition to your garden border for years to come. See The Telegraph paper on Saturday, April 9, for details of how to to order. Postage is £4.50.


Sunday Telegraph readers can also claim six free 'Happy Wedding Day' fuchsia plants, worth £14.97. This a trailing, deciduous shrub with dark green leaves, and double pink-flushed white flowers, with red streaks, blooming from summer to autumn. See your paper on Sunday, April 10, for details of how to to order. Postage is only £3.35.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/promotions/8429235/Free-Rose-Royal-Occasion-and-Fuchsia-Happy-Wedding-Day-plants-for-all.html

Paper costs around £2 by us at the weekend

thanks to crazyterrier2000 on mse for the links and info
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#1
COLD, it's not free - Saturday Telegraph is the best part of £2 and Sunday even more
You're better off getting this http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/99-most-essential-pieces-classical-music-mp3-2-69-amazon/902700

Edited By: musicals on Apr 07, 2011 16:09
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musicals
COLD, it's not free - Saturday Telegraph is the best part of £2 and Sunday even more
You're better off getting this http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/99-most-essential-pieces-classical-music-mp3-2-69-amazon/902700


thats why it says free IN the paper - and the paper cost is in the post, and its posted in deals and not free things.

It comes free with the paper - the paper isn't free - now that would be a great offer - but obviosuly posted in the free section then.
#3
You should put the combined price of Sat and Sun Telegraph in the title though - there's no mention of any price anywhere

Also most of the recordings are by complete nobodies and recorded in central and eastern Europe. It's a marketing device for Classic FM, nothing special.

Edited By: musicals on Apr 07, 2011 16:16
1 Like #4
musicals
You should put the combined price of Sat and Sun Telegraph in the title though - there's no mention of any price anywhere

Also most of the recordings are by complete nobodies and recorded in central and eastern Europe. It's a marketing device for Classic FM, nothing special.


the price is in the post after the plant offer. Its a cd in each - as it says when it lists the tracks - i cannot fit anything else in the title - i am sorry.

I thought it was ok to understand - sorry if its not oO
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lucerysmum
musicals
You should put the combined price of Sat and Sun Telegraph in the title though - there's no mention of any price anywhere

Also most of the recordings are by complete nobodies and recorded in central and eastern Europe. It's a marketing device for Classic FM, nothing special.


the price is in the post after the plant offer. Its a cd in each - as it says when it lists the tracks - i cannot fit anything else in the title - i am sorry.

I thought it was ok to understand - sorry if its not oO

some people are just miserable lucerysmum keep on posting your cracking deals especially the sweet ones!
#6
Says you with the Victor Meldrew face! I love lucerysmum, her foodie posts are terrific. Just not this one! :)
1 Like #7
"The National Anthem. Peter Breiner conducts the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra."

I look forward to listening to this whilst waving my made in China Union Flag.

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