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This album should set composers writing for the oboe’s neglected relative. A hypnotic account of Messiaen’s Vocalise, the spicy sound palette of Falla’s El amor Brujo, and a luscious pas de deux with pianist Elizabeth Burley in the slow movement of Ravel’s piano concerto in G showcase the BBCSO principal’s entrancing sound, while Lucchetti’s Rock song no 3 takes the instrument into new territory.

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