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Une flûte invisible
Naïve in its simplicity, Saint-Saëns’ charming little trio Une flûte invisible (1885) sets words by Victor Hugo. We hear with a lover’s ear the sounds of shepherds and birds as peaceful and joyous music, but of course it is the song of love he finds the most beguiling.

from notes by Alison Nicholls © 2008

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