CD Review: Violin Virtuosity Beyond Paganini

CD Review: Violin Virtuosity Beyond Paganini

By:
Andrew J. Sammut
Violinist Edson Scheid’s liner notes and performances point to obvious excitement at employing a period instrument and historical practices for this music.
CD Review: Tallis Scholars Illuminate Sublime Masses

CD Review: Tallis Scholars Illuminate Sublime Masses

By:
Karen Cook
The heralded British early-music vocal ensemble hits that sweet spot between forceful and tender in works by Josquin and Noel Bauldeweyn.
CD Review: Brahms Performed With Historical Panache

CD Review: Brahms Performed With Historical Panache

By:
Benjamin Dunham
Brahms would have been pleased with this recording of his works featuring clarinet: Sonata in F Minor, Op. 120, No. 1; Sonata in E-flat Major, Op. 120, No. 2; and the Trio for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano, Op. 114.
Book Review: Insightful Essays on Musical Genius

Book Review: Insightful Essays on Musical Genius

By:
Kenneth Slowik
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.
CD Review: Mozart In Symphonic And Dance Mode

CD Review: Mozart In Symphonic And Dance Mode

By:
Jarrett Hoffman
The Freiburger Barockorchester makes a compelling case for rarely played repertoire in the new album 'Mozart: Youth Symphonies' on the Aparté label.

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