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Baroque ‘musick for several friends’ at the Adam Concert Room:

By , 09/09/2012
This was the third of three concerts that offered various perspectives on the music of the Baroque period; the first for viols, the second for two harpsichords and this one for wind instruments. And their musical delights were enhanced by offerings of snakc and drinks afterwards. J J Quantz was a flutist, one of the principal musicians at the brilliant counrt of Frederick the Great who was himself a flute... read more

Organists and Festival Singers bring Vierne to the fore

By , 09/09/2012
A glance at the programme and the list of performers at the head of this review will give the reader an idea of the range and scope of this undertaking - a fascinating, and, as it turned out, extremely rewarding concert. Centred firmly around the music of Louis Vierne (1870-1937) the presentation included also organ pieces and songs written by other French composers. To begin with, organist Paul Rosoman seemed... read more

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