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Morning Performance


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Edinburgh International Festival
Austrian cellist Heinrich Schiff and pianist Stefan Viadar perform live at the Queen's Hall. Presented by Sandy Burnett. Debussy Cello Sonata
Brahms Cello Sonata No 1 in E minor. Op 38
11.45 Twenty Minutes: Melodramatic Muse Bonnie Greer meets biographer
Maud Suiter to explore the life of Jeanne Duval. Reputed to be the granddaughter of a slave who was sent to Nantes to work in a brothel, Duval became the love and muse of Charles Baudelaire for 25 years.
12.05 Beethoven Cello Sonata in D, Op 102 No
Martinu Variations on a Theme of Rossini


Unknown: Heinrich Schiff
Pianist: Stefan Viadar
Presented By: Sandy Burnett.
Unknown: Muse Bonnie Greer
Unknown: Maud Suiter
Unknown: Jeanne Duval.
Unknown: Charles Baudelaire

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Morning Performance

BBC Radio 3, 26 August 2003 11.00

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