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Scandinavian Chamber Music


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Judith Hall (flute)
Quentin Poole (oboe) David Fuest (clarinet)
Melbon Mackie (bassoon) Kevin Cabbott (horn) Paul Barritt (violin)
Krysia Osostowicz (viola) Jane Salmon (cello)
Peter Buckoke (double-bass) Nielsen Serenata in vano Ake Hermanson In Sono
Vagn Holmboe Quartet for flute and strings, Op 90 (first British performance)
Nielsen Faith and Hope are Playing; The Children are Playing (The Mother); Wind Quintet, Op 43


Unknown: Koenig Ensemble
Flute: Judith Hall
Oboe: Quentin Poole
Clarinet: David Fuest
Bassoon: Melbon MacKie
Horn: Kevin Cabbott
Violin: Paul Barritt
Viola: Krysia Osostowicz
Cello: Jane Salmon
Double-Bass: Peter Buckoke
Double-Bass: Nielsen Serenata
Unknown: Ake Hermanson

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Scandinavian Chamber Music

BBC Radio 3, 24 January 1989 13.05

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