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A particularly charming lunchtime concert at St Andrew’s

By , 30/11/2011
Not a lot of composers have written music specifically for the combination of flute, oboe and cello; however, any composers present at this concert might have been prompted to do so both on account of the intrinsic attractiveness of the sound blend, and the charming case these three players made for the four pieces they played. They began with a to-me-unknown serenade by Mozart: K 439b, listed as Serenade IV:... read more

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