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Martin Rummel, cello and Stephen de Pledge, piano in highly successful programme for Wellington Chamber Music

By , 10/06/2012
It sounded as if De Pledge and Rummel had decided to keep the best till last – the best rehearsed, that is. The second, third and fourth items were excellent. Beethoven’s C major sonata is unusually short (about 15 minutes) and has an unusual shape; the cello opens alone, presenting a sad, descending motif that, as the piano joined, became a sharing of intimacies between the two; it had real... read more

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