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This was the fourteenth year of Music We'd Like To Hear, the summer series of concerts organised by composers John Lely and Tim Parkinson. The atmosphere at these Friday evening concerts is informal and convivial – the audience is routinely invited to join the musicians down at the pub on the corner afterwards – but the underlying purpose is entirely serious about music. As always, each programme focuses on new music and significant works that have been rarely, or never, played in this country. The concerts wouldn't look out of place at Huddersfield, but the rationale here is less academic than personal.
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