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Hear and Now Brits


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1/4. Alwynne Pritchard introduces two concerts from the British Music Information Centre's 2004
Cutting Edge series. The Norwegian quintet asamisimasa perform works by James Saunders , Roger Redgate and Ian Willcock , and give the first UK performance of Michael Finnissy's
L'Herbe. Finnissy is also featured in the concert given by Ensemble Expose, who play his Greatest Hits of All Time. The concert also includes pieces by James Dillon , Ross Lorraine and Joanna Bailie.


Introduces: Alwynne Pritchard
Unknown: James Saunders
Unknown: Roger Redgate
Unknown: Ian Willcock
Unknown: James Dillon
Unknown: Ross Lorraine
Unknown: Joanna Bailie.

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