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Beautiful lunchtime with a flute and piano at St Andrew’s

By , 06/04/2016
I’ve heard Rebecca Steel at least three times over the past year, playing with a pianist or as part of a trio, in interesting music, often adapted from music for other instruments: Debussy piano pieces, Piazzolla, Chopin, or authentic flute works such as by Bach or Villa-Lobos or Persichetti. This time we heard what is perhaps the most famous and attractive flute sonata of the 20th century: Poulenc’s; and one... read more

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