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The Proms–main attractions and bold tendencies–Tarrodi, Larcher, Barry, Whitley, Adams, Kendall, Walker

There are certain concerts where there is a new piece which is clearly not the main item on the program. Sometimes a visiting orchestra will include a work by a composer from its country; sometimes it seems to be more or less an afterthought; sometimes a more integral part of the program, but still not […]
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