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Hahn’s effervescent pieces stand agreeably between frivolity and pretension.
A sparkling, often virtuosic collection of Romantic and early-Modern sea pieces.
A lonely story lurks within 12 sections, perhaps Sephardic, Moravian or older, with nods to jazz, Gertrude Stein and Joaquín Rodrigo.
A group wedding that ends badly for all. Salieri’s early French success stems from Gluck’s influence.
Classical Spohr penned the first Nonet, light and lively, although Romantic Onslow’s has grandeur.
The Viennese Cartellieri emerges distinctly as a bridge between Mozart and Beethoven.
Powerful, unpredictable but engaging melodic contours tell forgotten stories, like reshuffled Copland pages molded into Sibelian peaks.
This wobbly No. 2 wouldn’t make any top-10 Mahler list, but the Twilight Zone composer’s Varèsian vignettes demand far more attention.