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A Bach Notebook - Jonathan Freeman-Attwood - BBC Radio 3 'CD Review'


20 April 2013
BBC Radio 3 'CD Review'

Eleven Bachs over the best part of two centuries plundered for a Bach Notebook: the latest of Freeman-Attwood's imaginative repertoire extensions for his instrument achieved with a nice combination of shameless ingenuity, infectious verve, and genuine panache.
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