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The World's Greatest Music
We caught up with the Norwegian trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth so she could take us through her ten favourite pieces for her instrument, including works by Haydn, Hindemith and Puccini.
"This is a monumental piece. To play, it's a challenging sonata, but musically it touches so deeply. The last chorale says that "All Men Must Die", so it really goes down there. Of course, it was written at the beginning of the second world war. It's great to play, but really mentally tiring."
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