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London's Royal College of Music, based in South Kensington, is one of the world's most prestigious places to study music. It also houses a library of historic manuscripts and a museum of antique instruments. Here are some of the highlights of the college's collection
Written largely in Amalfi, the concerto was first performed at the BBC Proms in 1929 with Paul Hindemith as the soloist.
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