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LETTERS & QUIPS: An instrumental mixtape for stories set in the early 19th century. [listen]

1. Theme from Mansfield Park Lesley Barber // 2. Emma Woodhouse Was BorneSamuel Sim // 3. Piano Summary [Episode One]Carl Davis // 4. Lady’s Waltz Benoît Groulx // 5. Piano Concerto #20 in D minor 2nd mov. Romance Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart // 6. Willoughby Patrick Doyle // 7. Strange Leaving With BooksBenoît Charest // 8. All The Better For HerPatrick Doyle // 9. Rondo Favorit in Eb major, Ben 613 – Ignaz Pleyel // 10. Departure (Reflection) – Max Richter // 11. Excellent NotionPatrick Doyle // 12. Without SuspicionSamuel Sim // 13. Nocturne no. 5 B Flat Major AndantinoJohn Field // 14. Winter into SpringCarl Davis // 15. German Dance in F MajorJoseph Haydn (version by Hrshgn)  // 16. Sense and Sensibilty 2008 Piano PieceMartin Phipps (version by TweedleDee1) // 17. The Living Sculptures of PemberleyDario Marianelli // 18. Larkrise to Candleford Theme Flora Thompson (version by Tweedledee1) // 19. Telling The Truth – Carl Davis // 20. Basingstoke AssemblyAdrian Johnston // 21. Voi Che SapeteWolfgang Amadeus Mozart (sung by Cecilia Bartoli) // 22. Pilgrims on a Long JourneyCoeur de Pirate // 23. To The BallAdrian Johnston // 24. The Hole in the Wall (Hornpipe from Henry Purcell’s Abdelazer)- Henry Purcell // 25. Fireworks – Lesley Barber // 26. Andante in F MajorLudwig van Beethoven // 27. Elizabeth ObservedCarl Davis // 28. Frank Is FreeSamuel Sim // 29. Camera ObscuraAlexandre Desplat // 30. Piano Trio in E Flat, Op. 100 (adapted) – Franz Schubert // 31. Leaving NetherfieldDario Marianelli // 32. RunawaysAdrian Johnston

Cover: Portrait of Lady Selina Meade, later Countess Clam-Martinic (1797–1872), Thomas Lawrence, painted in 1819 [x]

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