September 12, 2013

Better late than never...


The 1952 Sonata for Flute, Oboe, Cello, and Harpsichord has never been among my favorite Carter pieces.  Still, after having spent many years with a hideously balanced studio recording of this sonata (a technical embarrassment for the otherwise very competent Nonesuch label), it was thrilling to hear it for the first time in an excellently engineered live recording.
     The performance was given by members of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (except the harpsichordist) on September 10, 2013 at the Concertgebouw (Kleine Zaal).  The musicians were Fred Edelen (cello), Julie Moulin (flute), Miriam Pastor Burgos (oboe), and Christina Scott Edelen (harpsichord).

3 comments:

Boom said...



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Rob said...

Yes, yes, this is much better. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

This is a second attempt, not sure first one came through.
I appreciate your heart and you ear.
I would appreciate a link to this concert.
I assume you know the lovely Marlowe performance?

Jack Brahms