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Concert Hall


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direct from the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London Fiona Dobie (soprano) Stephen Wilder (piano) Susan Howes (piano)
Brahms Wie Melodien ; Botschaft; Am Sonntag Morgen An die Nachtigall; Meine Liebe ist grim
Thea Musgrave A Suite o' Bairnsangs
Falla Fantasia Baetica Albeniz El Albaicin
Poulenc Trois poemes de Louise Vilmorin ; Deux poèmes. de Louis Aragon
(Given before an invited audience)


Piano: Stephen Wilder
Piano: Susan Howes
Piano: Brahms Wie Melodien
Unknown: Meine Liebe
Unknown: Thea Musgrave
Unknown: Albeniz El Albaicin
Unknown: Poulenc Trois
Unknown: Louise Vilmorin

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