Australia’s Goldner String Quartet and London-based Australian pianist Piers Lane team up again, this time for an attractive program featuring English chamber music which will be unfamiliar to most listeners. But if Baron Frédéric Alfred d’Erlanger and Thomas Dunhill aren’t exactly household names, these superbly crafted romantic piano quintets alone will ensure their music finds a permanent place in your heart.

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London-based D’Erlanger (1868-1943) – AKA Baron Freddie! – was the scion of a wealthy banking family as well as a fine composer and enthusiastic promoter and financer of...

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