Winter 2021: First Looks: Recordings

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN: THE COMPLETE PIANO SONATAS PLAYED ON PERIOD INSTRUMENTSPaul Badura-Skoda, fortepianoArcana A203 | 9 CDs[Total Time: 10:06:09]OUTHERE-MUSIC.COMAs deeply insightful and brilliant Badura-Skoda expectedly is in this collection of reissues recorded between 1978 and 1989, perhaps the principal interest ...
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Spring 2020: Recordings

Tan, a longtime friend and collaborator of George Crumb, introduces Book 1 of Crumb's first large-scale work since his monumental Makrokosmos, composed forty years ago. Based on paintings by a variety of twentieth-century artists, these ten works translate visual art into sound with Crumb's signature extended effects and musical quotations. "Wheatf...
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Review of Nicholas Phillip's album Shift

Nicholas Phillips, pianoPanoramic Recordings, PAN 901[Total Time: 60:22] Pianist Nicholas Phillips's new release entitled shift features world-premiere multicultural recordings of living composers—all women, the majority born in the contiguous United States—Reena Esmail, Gabriela Lena Frank, Whitney George, Mary Kouyoumdjian, Libby Larsen, Angélica...
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January/February 2019: Recordings

Mendelssohn's chamber works are musical conversations of supreme sophistication. Artymiw and Rosen offer a captivating recording of the composer's complete works for cello and piano, and their impressive virtuosity ensures that every line carries sufficient weight and interest to keep the listener engaged. The performance of Variations Concertantes...
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Do You Use Recordings to Reinforce Your Teaching of Repertoire?

from the series: Putting It All Together: Repertoire Marvin Blickenstaff, Editor "Listen carefully." How many times did you use that phrase yesterday in your lessons? Listen...for what? How? Why? Most of us readily would agree that the hallmarks of artistic playing involve shaping of sound, balance of the texture, and tone color appropria...
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