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Podcast Interview: Barry Douglas talks about Brahms, Russia and Irish Music

30 April 2017

Barry Douglas, Johannes Brahms, Chandos

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In this podcast, internationally acclaimed pianist Barry Douglas talks about his Irish music influences, Brahms, his experiences in Soviet Russia and how winning the Tchaikovsky Competition in 1986 changed his life.

Barry Douglas in conversation with primephonic's Rachel Deloughry

 

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