Articles tagged 'Pintscher'
Gubaidulina’s one-movement Triple Concerto is a consummate mystery. It does not present itself as a typical concerto requiring flamboyant soloists and an obliging orchestra.
Gorgeous sound and stupendous playing in this sundry program of solo viola da gamba pieces.
The last time a living composer’s comments raised hackles (the only time perhaps?), that German gent, the one who’s working at a seven-day opera, uttered some “misconstrued” words about 9/11.
Nono might not be your thing, but this is an extraordinary recording and it does much to document what contemporary stage works can be about.