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Welcome to the latest episode of Harmonious World, in which I chat with soprano Nanette McGuinness from Ensemble for These Times.
I've been listening to the E4TT album The Guernica Project and we discuss the individual movements of Guernica, as well as the other fascinating tracks.
Thanks to Nanette and E4TT for allowing me to play extracts from The Guernica Project alongside our conversation. I apologise for the incorrect listing of the tracks - the start is actually 'Mi corazon se ha dormido' by David Garner and the final one is the fourth movement from David's song cycle. Now you have to listen to the whole album to get the correct tracks!
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