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Michael Tippett. Those Twentieth Century Blues. Hutchinson. 1991.

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I would like to thank the following people for their help with my research for this blog: Caroline Ayerst,  Rachel O’Higgins, Matthew Jefferies, Malcolm Chase, Meirion Bowen, Barbara Slaughter.

contact: gilgand@ymail.com

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