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Morning Performance


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Petroc Trelawny introduces highlights from last summer's music festivals in the south-west of England. Today's programme features performances from the village of Plush in Dorset, home to an enterprising new festival organised by cellist
Adrian Brendel , and from the Collegiate Church of St Endellion in Cornwall.
Mozart String Quintet in E flat, K614
Daniel Hope and Sara Troback (violins), Lawrence Power and Beatrice Muthelet
(violas), Adrian Brendel (cello) (Plush Festival) Schumann Dichterliebe
Roderick Williams
(baritone), Richard Heatherington (piano) (St Endellion Festival)
Schumann Piano Quartet in E flat, Op 4 7 Anthony Marwood (violin), James Boyd (viola), Louise Hopkins (cello), Aleksandar Madzar (piano)
(International Musicians Seminar, Prussia Cove)


Unknown: Adrian Brendel
Unknown: Daniel Hope
Violins: Sara Troback
Violins: Lawrence Power
Violins: Beatrice Muthelet
Violas: Adrian Brendel
Baritone: Roderick Williams
Baritone: Richard Heatherington
Violin: Anthony Marwood
Violin: James Boyd
Viola: Louise Hopkins
Piano: Aleksandar Madzar

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