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This is what happens when you actually follow Beethoven’s metronome markings

“In general, as the 19th century wore on, especially quick tempi tended to become slower in performance,” says Jordan. “And one thing I can say is, that by heeding Beethoven’s metronome marks, it confirms that the taste [at the time] for fast movements was to play them faster.”

Source: CBC Music. Published: April 24, 2018.

2018 Emerging Artists Showcase: Adriana Ruiz

Soprano Adriana Ruiz will perform in Early Music America’s Emerging Artists Showcase, May 24-26, 2018, as part of the Bloomington Early Music Festival. Cuban-born Adriana Ruiz started her studies of Piano at the age of seven. She completed her studies in Voice and Choral Conducting at the Cuban …

Source: Early Music America. Published: April 24, 2018.

Professor Emeritus, Musician and Scholar John Hsu Dies

In introducing the viola da gamba as a solo recital instrument in 1961, Hsu initiated the development of historical performance practice at Cornell, attracting expert faculty in the field and leading to the establishment of a center for the study of 18th-century instrumental music and a graduate deg …

Source: Cornell University. Published: March 28, 2018.

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