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Circle's popular pieces

PUBLISHED: 15:38 04 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:57 30 June 2010

The Recorded Music Circle concert on Monday March 8 at Christchurch will start off with two well known and popular pieces starting with Mozart's Overture for the Marriage of Figaro followed by the very stirring Zadok the Priest by Handel and then the Magnificat in D by Bach and a piece by Haydn to complete the first part of the programme.

The Recorded Music Circle concert on Monday March 8 at Christchurch will start off with two well known and popular pieces starting with Mozart's Overture for the Marriage of Figaro followed by the very stirring Zadok the Priest by Handel and then the Magnificat in D by Bach and a piece by Haydn to complete the first part of the programme. After the break the second part of the programme starts with the Suite Gothique by Boellmann and then the main of the evening is the very familiar and well known Symphony No.5 by Beethoven to complete the programme. The concert starts at 7.30pm with access by the door in Deneside and parking is still permitted there. The Circle welcomes any newcomers to this enjoyable evening of music. Admission is still £2 for the evening. For details ring John on 852747.

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