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Independently conceived, but likely best appreciated as a prickly suite for percussion and electric guitar.
An uncomfortable and explicit melodrama (ennui, lovers, incest) inelegantly filmed.
This Baroque quintet plays 18th-century Scottish and Irish traditional music.
Carbonelli went to England and latterly sold claret to the royals.
Reicha’s 57 dawdle upon an insipid ditty. It is a lot of work for player and audience to make it to the end.
These four high-wattage pieces are invigorating and brilliantly executed.
This may be Chaplin’s finest score, but without the movie, these nearly 80 minutes pass by like a museum exhibition in a foreign land.
A marauding concert requiem easily mistaken for Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 14½.