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Dwyer plays Debussy

Gramophone (a classical music monthly from England) devotes its cover story to Debussy this month, and mentions in passing a wonderful performance of one of his most familiar pieces, Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune, reminding me of Doriot Anthony Dwyer, the principal flute of the Boston Symphony, one of the first female principals in any orchestra and a magical player.


Un voyage des impressions: RNCM Chamber Music Festival

Un voyage des impressions: RNCM Chamber Music Festival

RNCM, 9-11 March 2018

This year’s RNCM Chamber Music Festival, Un voyage des impressions, took its inspiration from French music, though not entirely so. 159 more words

Music Review

An evening of...

As this blog has probably made apparent, I have all the enduring attention span and constancy of a hungry butterfly with ADHD.  This might explain my preference for short plays and musical evenings offering an eclectic range of performers: they allow me to flit from one cultural bloom to another in my endless search for spiritual nectar.  794 more words

Morning in Paris (Video)

Free sheet music and more information about this piece HERE.



La cathédrale engloutie

En hier schrijf ik dan een van mijn laatste stukken voor dit blog. Alsof ik gauw sterven zal.

Als het over mijn dood gaat zit ik gekneld tussen twee houdingen. 447 more words

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