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Today’s Once Upon the Internet shines the spotlight on a Canadian violinist we have yet to encounter in our blog. We have discussed British-Columbia’s Corey Cerovsek, and brought attention to Manitoba’s James Ehnes, but there is a third violinist of that same generation worth bringing to your attention.
Violinist Jasper Wood has established himself as one of Canada’s top violinists. His “thrilling
This week, I am turning my monthly theme on its head, suggesting we look at "work fragments" rather than complete works. The overall mood here is "very relaxed", as we will sample ten or so fragments of works that are "slow movements" from concertos.
None of the selections require an introduction, as hey are all familiar and - yes - some of them have been presented on past PTB posts. Along with the playlist, I do suggest places where you can find the
Today’s Podcast Vault selection serves two purposes: it provides one of my best “theme illustrations”, originally part of a three-montage arc dedicated to “the equinox”. Secondly, it illustrates the gist of my thematic arc for this month "unfinished business" - focusing on works that were featured in past montages but only as work fragments.
The theme of this month's retro montage
Updated May-06-2014 at 18:05 by itywltmt
For those unfamiliar with our monthly recordings review - If Sound Quality (SQ) and Overall Impression (OI) grades need further context, feel free to visit earlier posts in this series.
My acquisitions for April
Piet Kee Plays Buxtehude & Sweelinck
Dutch organist and composer Piet Kee provides this month’s
April has five Tuesdays, so we have a “bonus” PTB this month, and it will be our last Tuesday post in our month-long look at “single works” here and on my Friday Podcasts. When I originally planned out the work selection for April, I had lined up a “complete” performance of the Art of the Fugue, but since we touched the work on an earlier Podcast Vault selection and in the Chronique du Disque, I changed things up, without straying too far from Johann Sebastian Bach and the fugue compilations that