Articles tagged 'Reynolds'
The boldest surprise in Patterns in a Chromatic Field is how after ten minutes, plus or minus, the activity level plummets.
Pieces requiring retuning or scordatura have a modest foothold in the literature. It is very unusual to encounter works where strings are adjusted while playing, but several specimens fill out Ballon’s bold recital.
Bursting like firecrackers, Solbiati’s two symphonies strike the listener as difficult works born of equally hard labor.
The collector of art music’s modernists surely remembers Disques Montaigne.