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We examine how strings became an integral part of minimalist music, and talk to Jennifer Koh about her return to the Tchaikovsky Concerto. Paul Neubauer discusses his love of Joan Tower’s works and we assess the career of Felix Salmond. Plus our annual Accessories supplement.

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Weight 0.310 kg
Dimensions 21 x 30 x 0.5 cm
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