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I listened this morning.  Some of the cuts were inaudible, some surprisingly good.  The second cut, whose title is given as  "[unidentified violin and piano]" is, in fact, a well-known piece in the violin repertory.  It's the slow movement of . . . and gosh I cannot remember whose violin concerto (or sonata).  I'm embarrassed.  But someone should be able to quickly identify it and let the Edison people know.

Cordially,
Ed Morman
Edward T. Morman, MSLS, PhD
Director, Jacobus tenBroek Library
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