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Rare and wonderful Mozart opens Nelson’s festival

By , 04/02/2011
For those who knew their music, this was a rare treat. Dvořák's string sextet is a rich and gorgeous piece, one of those pieces that has familiar moments but is surprisingly neglected. Is it really too hard to get the necessary six player together? The sextet gains it special sonority and interest both from the more complex textures available and the addition of two lower instruments, an extra viola... read more

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