Articles tagged 'Dufourt'
Liberated from traditional scale passages and gestures, Aperghis’ particular brand of energetic filigree is unfurled across four piano works.
What’s wrong? I’m starting to like everything. Perhaps I just like the piano.
Intended as a response to Brahms’ four, this symphony could be the primordial soup from which Hamburg’s greatest son emerged.
Low, breathy woodwind timbres are among my favorites (there’s a great passage in the first movement of Mahler’s Ninth), and the two double concertos offer ample room for dexterity and color.