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Denton Record-Chronicle
David Von Drehle: People from places like Haiti make America greatrise of Louis Moreau Gottschalk, a piano prodigy from Louisiana whose debut in
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
rise of Louis Moreau Gottschalk, a piano prodigy from Louisiana whose debut in Paris was praised by both Chopin and Berlioz. The son of a Haitian immigrant, Gottschalk became one of the greatest American composers of his time, infusing... Read more
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Boston Herald
Daniel Day-Lewis weaves brilliant romance in ‘Phantom Thread’expected Day-Lewis to break into “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face.” Drenched
Boston Herald / Posted 9 days ago
expected Day-Lewis to break into “I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face.” Drenched in romantic music by Debussy, Faure and Berlioz and composer Jonny Greenwood, who also provides Bernard Herrmann-like strings, “Phantom Thread” is a battle of wills... Read more
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Philly.com
The sex charges against frequent Philadelphia Orchestra conductor Charles Dutoit - and what they mean for classical musicof recordings, seemingly safe at rest in their jewel cases and MP3 files, sudde
Philly.com / Posted 10 days ago
of recordings, seemingly safe at rest in their jewel cases and MP3 files, suddenly began to morph. Works of Ravel, Falla, Berlioz, and Tchaikovsky would never be heard the same way again, simply because of knowledge we all gained that first day of... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
10 classical recordings that made 2017 a very good listening yearBerio’s pungent “Chemins V” for guitar and chamber orchestra, itself a transcri
Chicago Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
Berio’s pungent “Chemins V” for guitar and chamber orchestra, itself a transcription of his solo guitar “Sequenza XI.” Berlioz: “Les Troyens”; soloists, choruses, Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra, John Nelson (Erato): At last, a modern digital... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Transcendent 'Call Me By Your Name' dazzleshistorian, is dredging up ancient Roman sculptures. Elio spends his days readi
Houston Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
historian, is dredging up ancient Roman sculptures. Elio spends his days reading poetry, swimming and playing Bach and Berlioz in wildly different styles every time he touches the piano. That's a nice indication of the molten state of his inner... Read more
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