Category Archives: piano + viola

The melancholy horn – a short excursion into the monumental realm of Russian music

The repertoire of the G. Henle publishing house is traditionally … Continue reading

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Getting the accents right. On the Rondo theme in Schubert’s “Arpeggione” Sonata (3rd movement)

Tabea Zimmermann, the fabulous violist, writes:

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Sometimes you have to dig deeper! Or: What the violist should really play in Hoffmeister’s concerto.

Most violists groan whenever the names Hoffmeister and Stamitz are … Continue reading

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