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Schubert – edited by Brahms. Drei Klavierstucke D946, No 2

It was one of those moments. One of those moments when you hear music for which you would climb down a ladder; one of those moments when you are driving and you hear something on the radio which keeps you … Continue reading

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Music for which you’d climb down the ladder

Have you ever been stopped in your tracks by a piece of music? Something that made you abandon what you were doing to listen, or stay in the car after you’d reached your destination in order to hear the end of … Continue reading

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