Articles tagged 'Ligeti'
Naxos’ third installment of Coates’ quartets delivers what appears to be her most recent quartet.
It’d be pleasure enough merely to listen to this 1751 Jean-Henri Hemsch doing anything. As it happens, Haas offers perhaps the best, newest Le Grand on the market.
Upon consideration, Fray’s programming makes sense: Both composers, lording over their respective periods, required and require subsequent generations to instigate new styles and techniques.
This auspicious recording, the first on the CSO’s own label, is a keeper to shelve near Horenstein’s beloved Third.
For the largest reference work in existence on music, The New Grove, Second Edition pays remarkably scant attention to the major pathway toward hearing sound in our time.
Thomas Bucholz, a German composer of whom I know nothing, was born in Thuringia in 1961.
As the reader of La Folia 1:1 has already discovered, Signor Scardanelli is a gentleman of a delusional cast of mind.