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The Goldbergs with strings attached…

By , 22/05/2013
I wouldn't dream of going so far as to say that I NEVER, EVER want to hear the Goldberg Variations played on a keyboard instrument again - but all the while the New Zealand String Quartet was performing this work in an arrangement made by Bach scholar (and harpsichordist!) William Cowdery, I was transported, wafted into a world of enchantment from which all keys, jacks, hammers and pedals -... read more

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