Issue 39:1
Sept/Oct 2015
Magazine Contents

Collections: Ensemble

This CD contains selections of music for two harpsichords from four court composers at Leipzig: Johann Ludwig Krebs, J. S Bach, and his sons Wilhelm Freidemann...

This disc is a joint program by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign faculty colleagues John Dee and Timothy McGovern, consisting of works from the mid-to-late 20th...

Eclectic hardly covers the range of this release. This will not be a surprise for anyone familiar with this remarkable Berlin-based saxophone quartet; in fact, this...

ECM New Series producer Manfred Eicher and Keller Quartet first violinist András Keller conceived this “musical programme based entirely on slow movements.” Thus, one might think...

One of the aspects of ECM’s New Series that has been so rewarding involves the label’s take on interrelationship. The present compilation, celebrating nearly 20 years...

For me, at least, this DVD was deeply disappointing. I thought I was going to see some great tango dancing, particularly younger dancers, perhaps doing dazzling...

American pianist-composer James Adler, the featured artist on the CD in hand, would seem to be new to the pages of Fanfare, and so a few...

In 1955, Frederick Fennell and the Eastman Wind Ensemble set the enduring standard for the Holst and Vaughan Williams suites as the classics of the concert...

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