Book Review: Insightful Essays on Musical Genius

Book Review: Insightful Essays on Musical Genius

Robert L. Marshall's collection draws together essays written over some 30 years, presenting a carefully curated mélange of the best of the author’s old and new work.
By:
Kenneth Slowik
CD Review: Mozart In Symphonic And Dance Mode

CD Review: Mozart In Symphonic And Dance Mode

The Freiburger Barockorchester makes a compelling case for rarely played repertoire in the new album 'Mozart: Youth Symphonies' on the Aparté label.
By:
Jarrett Hoffman
CD Review: Brumel's <i>Lamentations</i> Eloquently Done

CD Review: Brumel’s Lamentations Eloquently Done

Musica Secreta's balance, shaping of individual lines, attention to form and structure, and sensitivity to the text and its meanings all permeate the recording.
By:
Karen Cook
CD Review: Ensemble Revels In Traditional Fare

CD Review: Ensemble Revels In Traditional Fare

Makaris’s debut CD, 'Wisps in the Dell,' shows why this repertoire proved so popular with audiences and artists during the 18th century.
By:
Andrew J. Sammut
CD Review: Tour De Force Reprise Of Bach Flute Sonatas

CD Review: Tour De Force Reprise Of Bach Flute Sonatas

Danish recorder player Michala Petri plays with an ease and command that can only be borne through working with this kind of music until it sinks into your bones.
By:
Karen Cook

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