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Susan Graham/French piano music/Neville Cardus/Louis Braille

French music figures large in the programme as Petroc Trelawny meets mezzo-soprano Susan Graham, one of the world's leading exponents of French song. Plus a book on Neville Cardus.

Petroc Trelawny presents the music magazine, with a focus on French music as he meets mezzo-soprano Susan Graham, one of the world's leading interpreters of French song, and finds out about a new book on French piano works by Roy Howat. Also a discussion on music and cricket writer Neville Cardus, and Petroc finds out how Louis Braille's raised-dot system is applied to music notation.

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