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Playing A Jazzy Holiday Classic for string quartet

‘We Three Kings’ gets a swinging feel in this holiday offering

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Private Passions

A personal appreciation of the joys of playing chamber music with friends 

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All In The Family

The jury’s still out on the authorship of this modest Bach chamber work

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Publishing Houses Release Competing Paganini Editions

Recent Doblinger and Henle urtext editions of the ‘24 Caprices’ are similar in scholarship, different in layout

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Troublesome Duo for Violin & Cello Becomes Turning Point

Ravel’s efforts in expanding his sonata proved well worth the effort

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Greatest. Music. Ever?

Two hundred years after its debut, the transcendent Allegretto of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92, continues to captivate listeners. Why is the music world so hooked?

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Cool Katz. Hangin’ with Fred Katz, the Father of Jazz Cello

Composer for stage and film took cello in new direction in the 1950s

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Beethoven's Triple Concerto: 3 Great Instruments Stand Shoulder to Shoulder

Contemplating the majesty of Beethoven’s Triple Concerto for violin, cello, and piano 

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Beethoven Sonatas Reveal the Composer at a Point of Personal & Musical Transition 

A survey of the articulations and accents in the Sonatas for violin and piano, Op. 12

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