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A lunchtime concert for the exploratory and spirited on violin and cello

By , 24/10/2018
Duos between the piano and many other instruments are numerous, but between pairs of other instruments, without a keyboard, rare; though string quartets and less often string trios and quintets seem to be popular and work well. This was an opportunity to put it to the test. Halvorsen’s Passacaglia based on a theme from Handel’s harpsichord suite in G minor is not completely obscure. The tune lends itself to variations and... read more

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