Tag Archives: Sir Andrew Davis

ENDNOTES, April 2019

ENDNOTES, April 2019  by Stuart Millson In this edition: musical meditations on death and national decline From Chandos records, come two less-frequently-performed masterpieces by the doyen of English music, Sir Edward Elgar: The Music Makers (written in 1912) and The Spirit … Continue reading

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ENDNOTES, December 2016

ENDNOTES, December 2016 In this edition: a ‘grand’ Messiah from Sir Andrew Davis in Toronto  *  Bach’s Christmas Oratorio at Westminster Abbey  *  A new concert hall in Antwerp. All over the country, orchestra and choirs are preparing for performances … 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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