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Music and Vision
Online classical music magazine, published daily
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Giuseppe Pennisi describes the stormy reaction to Verdi's 'I Masnadieri'
14 hours ago |
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Brahms' Requiem in English astounds Gerald Fenech. '... this four-hand arrangement has a captivating, translucent sound-world that transports the listener into the realms of contemplative existence; an exercise in meditative tranquility.'
1 day ago |
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Symphonic poems by Vítezslav Novák, heard by Roderic Dunnett. 'For anyone unfamiliar with Novák's output, a disc well worth beginning with.'
2 days ago |
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A school production of 'Carmen', reviewed by Mike Wheeler
3 days ago |
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Judith Aller plays Corelli and Kreisler, highly recommended by the late Howard Smith. 'How gratifying to discover another fine, established American violinist who did not emerge from the Galamian-DeLay assembly line.'
5 days ago |
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Music by Axel Borup-Jørgensen, heard by Gerald Fenech. 'This is music that needs to be listened to several times before one can start to comprehend the composer's inner thoughts ...'
6 days ago |
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Valery Gergiev conducts Tchaikovsky's 'Iolanta', impressing Giuseppe Pennisi
7 days ago |
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Kodály, Glass and Bruckner, reviewed by Giuseppe Pennisi
9 days ago |
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Orchestral works by Martin Georgiev, heard by Geoff Pearce. 'Direction and performances are first class, and for people who appreciate contemporary classical music, there is a lot to enjoy here.'
10 days ago |
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Mark Elder and the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain impress Mike Wheeler
11 days ago |
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