Tag Archives: Bach

ENDNOTES, November 2019

Endnotes, November 2019: in this edition, Mozart at a mediaeval church in Kent – and Six Flute Sonatas by Bach, on the OUR label, reviewed by Stuart Millson Vaughan Williams once likened musical life to a great pyramid. At the … Continue reading

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ENDNOTES, October 2019

ENDNOTES, October 2019 Stuart Millson reviews Bach in Kent and a new Berlioz recording from Toronto Bach’s Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 – dating from 1741 – is a work often referred to as one of the greatest achievements in all … Continue reading

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Grammys: Great Music it was Not

Grammys: Great Music it was Not by IIana Mercer I used to respect Lady Gaga. With all her pretentious Yoko Onanisms, Stefani Germanotta (Gaga’s real name) is a hard-working and, at times, polished singer. But to watch Gaga, at the 61st Grammy … Continue reading

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ENDNOTES Tasmin Little – ebullient torch-carrier for excellence

ENDNOTES Tasmin Little – ebullient torch-carrier for excellence Classical Music Editor Stuart Millson meets TASMIN LITTLE, O.B.E. Just before Christmas, the Quarterly Review was very fortunate to meet one of our country’s foremost musical talents, the brilliant violinist, Tasmin Little. Known … Continue reading

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