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Calgary Herald (blog)
Calgary Bach Society brings CPE Bach's music to life with impressive ...
Calgary Herald (blog)
The largest work on the program was CPE Bach's three-movement Quartet in A minor, Wq 93, H537 for Flute, Viola, Cello and Fortepiano, continuing the mood of tremendous sectionalized spontaneity, but this time harkening back a little more closely to the ...
Smetana Trio shines while going deeper into Czech music
Winding up the evening was Smetana's G-minor Trio, which is, like his string quartet, “From My Life,” an autobiographical work, this one concerning the tragedy of losing his 4-year-old daughter to scarlet fever. Its sadness is full blown, chromatic and ...
Concert Review: Chiara String Quartet, All-Bartók Program at Bargemusic ...
5 from mere two-note motives and brief chromatic runs, with much more complexity in the rhythms than in the notes (half a century before heavy metal and progressive rock did similar things). The slow second movement placed its own two-note phrases amid ...
Marsalis, Philadelphia orchestra go by the book at the Wallis
Los Angeles Times
There is, of course, a long and wonderful tradition of jazz absorbing and animating Baroque music, especially with Bach, which goes back to the Modern Jazz Quartet and before. But Marsalis is more concerned with playing it straight. And straight ...