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Flutist James Galway performs favorites from his youth and works from his 2004 "Wings of Song" CD at Lincoln Center's Kaplan Penthouse. Galway terms the recital "a musical landscape of a rags-to-riches success," and he'll recall the "rags" (his hardscrabble childhood in 1940s and '50s Belfast) with pieces from his early repertoire: Saint-Saens' "The Swan"; Franz Doppler's "Andante and Rondo for Two Flutes and Piano"; and Fritz Kreisler's "Schon Rosmarin," which won him a childhood competition.