Meeting Frederick Edwin Bertin for the first time can be a rather out-of-time experience. With his gentleman education and delicate manners, his passion for the sculptors Riemenschneider and Houdon, the trios of Bach, Haydn and Mozart, the Schubert Lieders (solely sang by Kathleen Ferrier) he seems to come from another era.
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