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OUT NOW! Noriko Ogawa plays Erik Satie

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Praised for her complete Debussy piano works on Bis Recordings, Noriko Ogawa is now tackling Satie, whose visionary music, ideas and sense of humour inspire her. Inside the new issue of Pianist, out end of July (issue 91, Aug/Sept 2016) she talks to Erica Worth about her views on Satie's music. If you are keen to purchase the CD, click below:

 

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