Articles tagged 'Takemitsu'
McNabney reminds that much French Baroque music we associate with harpsichord may have originally been intended for other forces.
Psenitsnikova takes us through four varied pieces, three requiring tape or tape delay, from Fritsch who founded the Feedback Studio in Cologne.
My too-early listening – at a low volume setting so as not to disturb Best Beloved – includes late-Feldman anything and, these days especially, Haydn’s string quartets most handsomely performed on the Tacet label by Auryn Quartet.
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.